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Season 2, Episode 12 – The latest episode of Quantico proves the series is requiring increasing amounts of mental effort to follow, for very little pay-off.
Season 1, Episode 8 – This week’s Beyond isn’t as strong a showing as last week’s, but we get some interesting plot developments and finally a look at what Holden was up to while in his twelve-year coma.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Episode two of Training Day is a step in the right direction, but hasn’t eliminated its cliche cop show problem, and all but ignores one of the two principal characters.
Season 1, Episode 2 – NBC’s second episode of Powerless doesn’t bring the superlaughs or take advantage of the DC Universe it exists in.
Season 1, Episode 4 – This week’s Six entitled “Man Down” leaves us for most of the episode wondering which man that will be. Turns out it’s many, but maybe not who you think.
Season 2, Episode 11 – Doesn’t the CIA stand for Central INTELLIGENCE Agency? This episode of Quantico sees many characters acting quite foolishly, making for one of the weakest episodes of the season.
Season 1, Episode 1 – APB, Fox’s new police drama offers a promising concept but slumps into the same cop show you’ve seen a million times before halfway through its premiere.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Beyond brings its best episode yet with an hour of TV that brings both crucial and exciting plot developments as well as explorations of characters and relationships.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Training Day is just another cop procedural sporting a recognizable title, but there are some glimmers of hope of rising above this in its series premiere.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The Powerless series premiere had a little too much super hero set-up and not quite enough super laughs to live up to NBC’s history of acclaimed workplace comedies.
Season 1, Episode 3 – This week’s Six gives us some answers about Rip’s past and sets us up for what’s sure to be an epic confrontation between Seal Team Six and some bad guys.
Season 2, Episode 10 – This episode of Quantico brought us a night of turns, some intriguing, some less so. At times character took a back seat to moving the plot forward, lowering the stakes for much of the episode.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Beyond brings it’s A game for an episode packed with surprising revelations, new connections, and a promising set-up for the last few episodes of its first season.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Six shows a marked improvement in its second episode, exploring characters in downtime while giving enough action and suspense to keep the whole family happy.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Quantico returns from its mid-season hiatus with the Farm trainees’ sexiest lesson yet, and some egregiously ignorant law enforcing! But despite it all, the promise of twists may keep you watching.
Season 1, Episode 5 – At it’s mid-season mark, Beyond continues with a strong showing, providing more looks at the mysterious “Realm” than ever before, and intro’ing a new intriguing character to the world.
Season 1, Episode 1 – History’s Six premiered with some explosive action but less than captivating characters, though given more time with them the series may prove a worthy watch for fans of the genre.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Though not without a groan or two, Beyond, now four episodes in, provides some concrete answers to the mystery surrounding its characters. But of course it also provides more questions.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Freeform’s Beyond proves consistently entertaining and flawed in its third episode, building on the mythology behind Holden’s odd powers and providing some interesting twists that may just surprise you.
Season 1, Episode 1-2 – As Freeform continues to build its empire from teen soaps into thoughtful and progressive, young adult fair, Beyond proves a welcome edition, but still faces the typical pitfalls of any pilot in its double episode premiere.
Season 2, Episode 20-21 – The two hour finale of the second season felt like one large episode that brought us to some of the darkest places we’ve been on this show–or its sister series–yet. Cliffhangers abound but there were some tremendous payoffs that make the episodes worth the watch.
The penultimate episode of Fear the Walking Dead‘s second season was short on action and zombie deaths, but heavy on emotion.
For everything answered on this episode of Fear the Walking Dead, two more questions popped up.
There’s something different about these back half episodes of Fear the Walking Dead‘s second season, and it’s made the show feel a little more lively, a little more like the plot is moving at a faster quip: the cutting.
And we’re back! The mid-season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead was a very Nick-centric episode. The episode did bring some great suspenseful moments, allowed the character of Nick to develop a bit, and shed some light on the history of the Clark family and how their world was shattered long before the zombie apocalypse even happened.
Game Of Thrones concludes its sixth season with a series of new alliances, new rulers, and a ramp up to the final war for the iron throne.
Veteran Game Of Thrones fans know that the penultimate episode each season is often the climax of the season and “The Battle Of The Bastards” did not disappoint.
Game of Thrones picks up the pace and amps up the action as it leads us into the final two episodes of the season, which already look EPIC.
A big return of an old character, an army pieced together, and a main character may have seen her last full episode alive. Game Of Thrones surprises this week but still feels like a set-up episode.
After last week’s heartbreak, you may have been wanting a more momentous episode of Game of Thrones. However, the latest episode sets up the second half and climax of the season nicely.