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Aura Reading TV Reviews

Aura Reading TV Reviews. Introducing another kind of free aura reading that begins today. Have a favorite TV performer?

Aura Reading TV Reviews. Fun!

It’s a very new idea. An idea I really, really needed to find. Because a certain problem was bothering me. 

Maybe you already know the problem I’m talking about.

Why I Felt the Need to Find a Substitute

For Doing Annual Aura Reading MOVIE Reviews

Maybe you could use a bit more fun in your life these days, Blog-Buddies. I sure could.

Especially given how discouraging I found it, reading auras of ugh! All the acting nominees for the 2019 Academy Awards.

Overall, such a mess! Evidently, the combo of:

  • Big money and big pressure
  • Plus all the cosmetic surgery and Botox
  • Plus the “job requirement” that most female actors be anorexic
  • Add the #MeToo moments that so many stars, male or female, have endured
  • And the nearly complete lack of privacy;
  • Finally, what you stir into the mix this fact? (To this aura reader, it’s a fact.) That fame is the most addictive drug on the planet
  • And uh-oh! An awful lot of the big movie stars are doing really badly, aura-wise.

All this wasn’t just a prob for them. It became a problem for me.

Would I Stop Forever Doing Aura Reading Movie Reviews?

Noooooooooo. What a sad, sad solution that would be.

After so many years of doing annual Aura Reading Movie Reviews, I’m hooked.

Have you ever seen the blog post with links to all my published samples?

Of course, if you understand the power of aura reading, hello! It makes so much sense. To gauge how well an actor performs, do a comparison aura reading:

  1. Using an aura photo of the actor in the acclaimed role.
  2. Plus an aura photo of the actor being a person. (Or as close to a normal person as possible.)
  3. Hey, you do know this, right? Every regular photo is an aura photo.

Over the years, I’ve found it fascinating. Ever since I was invited to become this oddball kind of movie critic by Paige Wiser. (She interviewed me for a large bunch of articles published in the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper.)

Far as I know, no other aura reader is writing this kind of article. Really, Blog-Buddies, have you read other people’s aura reading movie reviews?

This topic is just about the only kind of google search where I do really, really well. 😉 So far, anyway.

How I mourned the loss of this annual treat, doing these aura readings!

Then Inspiration Dawned. Aura Reading TV Reviews!

This will be a new kind of comparison aura reading.

Together, we’ll research our favorite performers. And do it all year long.

Because there are plenty of TV actors who are doing well.

So let’s start doing this thing, Blog-Buddies.

All Year Long, You Can Name Candidates for Aura Reading TV Reviews

It’s like an open-ended contest. Nominate whenever you like. And as often as you like.

From time to time, I’ll choose somebody for an Aura Reading TV Review. Then publish a blog post.

No, I won’t guarantee that I’ll research everybody you nominate. In fact, I guarantee that I won’t.

For instance, I may check out the actor and find that the actor is doing badly, aura-wise. Then I’ll spare you details. Because the goal of this ongoing service is LIGHTHEARTED FUN.

Still, even if your choice isn’t selected for an Aura Reading TV Review, maybe you can write a guest post. By now, quite a lot of you Blog-Buddies have learned Stage 3 Energetic Literacy. 🙂

And, in any event, you can let other Blog-Buddies know about the best on TV. Let’s educate each other.

How, Exactly, Can You Nominate Actors for this New Kind of Celebrity Aura Reading?

Quite easily!

Write one short comment at a time. Or else be prepared to have me chunk your comment up… into digestible bites.

  1. Nominate an actor or actress who is on a current scripted TV series. (That’s right, no reality show stars or others who perform by “being themselves.”)
  2. Name the TV series.
  3. Tell all of us why you think that performer is doing an outstanding job. Or just why you like the show. Or both!

From time to time, I’ll be doing these Aura Reading TV Reviews.

Just for fun. Yes fun! Come join me.

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  1. 1
    Leo Watts says:

    I’ll nominate Zach Woods known for his role as Jared Dunn in “Silicon Valley.”

    I find the show very funny and also clever.

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    Leo Watts says:

    The show’s creator, Mike Judge, has put out some hilarious movies and shows, including Office Space, Idiocracy, and King of The Hill.

    All are marked by prescient social commentary and realistically absurd characters.

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    Leo Watts says:

    There are many funny characters on the show, but Jared Dunn, player by Zach Woods, may be the most over the top.

    Here he is a highlight of his absurdity in season 5.

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    Brittany says:

    I’m not much of a TV watcher, but maybe I will be after some of these aura readings. Can’t wait!

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    Mel says:

    Can the nominee be from a tv show that’s off the air if we find a good YouTube clip of their performance?

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    Thanks for all these responses so far, including your good question, MEL. The answer is no.

    Partly this ongoing aura reading service aims to help us to connect to the current world of televised entertainment. I’ll modify the main post accordingly.

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    Kylie says:

    I love this idea. I would love to see an aura reading of someone from the Good Place, that show is so smart and funny.

    Ted Danson is glorious in his role as the “architect” of the Good Place, and he’s living in enlightenment. I also love William Jackson Harper, who plays Chidi and plays a really sweet brainiac.

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    Kylie says:

    And finally Kristen Bell, because she is so lively and mischievous.

    And also the writer of the show, Michael Schurr, because it is really funny.

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    Isabella Cates says:

    Omg, Zach Woods cracks me up. I love Silicon Valley, and he is my favorite character. So ridiculous.

    Silicon Valley makes me so happy and laugh so hard that sometimes when I’m watching it I pause the show so I that I don’t miss something else hilarious while I’m laughing. There are only so many episodes and such a long gap between seasons that I try to savor it. 🙂

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    Isabella Cates says:

    The little clips on Youtube don’t do him (or the show) justice, he’s better in context! The show is on HBO…

    Since you say basic cable, are nominees from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO, Showtime, etc. not going to be considered?

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    Isabella Cates says:

    I just finished watching the French series “Dix Pour Cent” on Netflix. It’s actually called “Call My Agent!” on American Netflix but I think that is such a corny translation, I really wonder why they didn’t just call it “Ten Percent.”

    They didn’t consult me. 😛

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    Isabella Cates says:

    It’s a comedy series about a top talent agency in Paris.

    Each episode has a famous guest star (famous in France, at least) playing a client of the agency. (Jean Dujardin, Monica Belucci, Isabelle Huppert, etc.)

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    Isabella Cates says:

    It’s hard to pick, but I’ll nominate one of the series regulars and one of the guest stars (which might be cheating because he is a movie star, but you can decide about that, Rose.)

    Series regular: Laure Calamy, pictured here:

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    Isabella Cates says:

    The main roles on the show are the agents and their assistants, and she plays one of the assistants. She is a total character.

    At first I found her annoying, but she grew on me! Her character is interesting, and I think a lot of that was due to Calamy’s acting. She’s not afraid to really be a character, and to be unappealing or ridiculous at times.

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    Isabella Cates says:

    One of the qualities of her character is passion, and along with that, some over-the-top emotional displays. Something about the way this is treated in the show is very French, and I love it!

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    Isabella Cates says:

    The other nominee from the show is Jean Dujardin.

    He plays himself, but not in a reality show kind of way. In his arc on Dix Pour Cent, his agent (played by Camille Cottin) has to bring him back to reality after he stars in an extreme movie called “Le Deserteur” (like Leonardo DiCaprio’s “The Revenant”) and he won’t/can’t break out of character and continues to live in a disgusting tent in his front yard.

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    Isabella Cates says:

    My experience watching him in this show, as someone who didn’t realize what a star he is (though of course I had heard of him), was of a movie star slowly and subtly revealing himself.

    At first he was like anyone else and by the end he had a special mega-star twinkle. He also appears in a few other episodes and he is super charmant.

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    Isabella Cates says:

    Pic which I think is recent:…0.0..0.78.329.5……1….1..gws-wiz-img…….0i30j0i5i30.UjVYV0UQxqA#imgrc=IY0KCVd5pkHbvM:

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    KYLIE and ISABELLA, you are making me smile even more.

    Point well taken in Comment #12. I’ve changed the main post.

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    Gillian says:

    I second Kylie’s nomination of William Jackson Harper from The Good Place. The character he plays is such a sweetie!
    Plus, this thread is looking great for providing recommendations for good shows…

    I hadn’t heard of most of these. Thanks, everyone!

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    Kylie says:

    I would like to nominate Alysse Hallali actress and writer of the digital show “Alice in Paris” available on Amazon video.

    It’s a short form tv show, which means that each episode is really short, just a bite sized adorable vignette of life in Paris.

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    Kylie says:

    The show is so much fun because every shot of the city is gorgeous and she seeks out the kind of places in the city that I would seek out (places to eat delicious pastries, places with flowers, places to read and people watch.

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    Kylie says:

    She makes me smile because her face is so expressive, like a silent film actress. And, the concept of the show and the way it is filmed is just so clever.

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    Isabella Cates says:

    Omg, I was just watching “Alice in Paris” and I wanted to nominate her too.

    I can’t believe anyone else was watching this random little show. She is so cute.

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    Chloe says:

    I’m getting so many good ideas of what to watch-thanks blog buddies 🙂

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    Kylie says:

    Haha Isabella! My sister and I found it looking for travel shows.

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    Emily Turner says:

    Hi Rose I would like to nominate Saoirse-Monica Jackson who plays Erin Quinn in Derry Girls.

    As Erin, (Second photo)

    As herself

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    Emily Turner says:

    I love watching the show. Despite the fact it’s set in the North of Ireland during the troubles, there’s still so much I can relate from my own childhood in the Republic. Especially the sardonic nun/teachers!

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    Emily Turner says:

    The Derry girl’s themselves are a band of teenagers (with one boy) and the series follows them at school, growing up and generally getting into trouble. I love Saoirse-Monica’s character the most as her face is so expressive and she’s so fun to watch.

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    Yes, here’s a new one. Meet one of the greatest actors I’ve ever researched, Jean Dujardin.

    Thanks, nominator ISABELLA. Everyone, enjoy!

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    And now published… the TV aura reading of a star in “The Good Place,” William Jackson Harper.

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    Despite your lovely nomination, KYLIE, I’m not going to do an Aura Reading TV article about Alysse Hallali. And why not?

    Because I couldn’t find a single photo of her. Not one. Only “Alice in Paris” photographs. I spent over an hour. Interesting!

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    So let’s do a face reading. To come next week!

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    Christine says:

    Phoebe Waller-Bridge seems to be having a moment. I saw her win two Emmys last night. I’d like you to research her, and here’s why.

    I’m not a fan of the “Fleabag” concept. Seems to me like normalizing a lifestyle that’s not of interest to me. Is Phoebe super-creative and wonderful? Or maybe not so great.

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    Done! Thanks, CHRISTINE.

    The Phoebe blog post got especially lively in the comments section, leading to the latest term in Energy Spirituality: Subconscious Garbage Can.

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    Oh, Blog-Buddies, I’ve just seen the single best acting performance ever watched (by me, at least) on television. It was Episode 6 of this third season of “The Crown.”

    If you see this show, keep your eyes and ears on Josh O’Connor, who plays Price Charles at age 21. Is it ever going to be a treat to research this actor as himself, then contrast it to this performance. Wow! (May be weeks before I get past my queue of other treats to write for you… but I sure won’t forget to do this one for us all.)

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    Isabella says:

    Ooh, Josh O’Connor was on The Durrells in Corfu (a show I think you would like, Rose), and I really liked him in that.

    Looking forward to the acting aura reading.

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    Thanks, ISABELLA.

    “The Durrells in Corfu” must be adapted from books by Gerald Dusrell, which I enjoyed sooooooo much.

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    Christine says:

    I’m back. Thank you for this post on Pervy Phoebe. I won’t say that your aura research was shocking, but it sure helped me understand my strongly negative reaction to her.

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