Category Archives: Television News
Alice Braga is perfect as Teresa Mendoza in Queen of the South, the brilliant thriller from USA.
In the series premiere of Thirteen, Ivy Moxam escapes her kidnapper after thirteen years of captivity. But as she quickly discovers, rebuilding her interrupted life may be next to impossible.
Orange is the New Black ends its excellent but upsetting fourth season with a shocking, tragic death and the beginnings of a dangerous prison riot.
American Gothic, the new murder mystery from CBS, offers a dark take on the modern family, a twelve year old serial killer case, three obvious suspects, the Shining twins, and one actual murderer.
In the aftermath of the containment center killings, Waruu tries desperately to prevent any backlash against the Hairypeople while his past personal indiscretions catch up with him at home.
Roadies presents an interesting world and characters, but loses sight of themes causing it to have a shaky launch in its pilot episode.
This week’s episode had everything: hilarious talking heads, a timely critique of modern society, with the gun control debate thinly veiled as ridiculous conversations between Albert and Beatrice about hatchets, and the return of Jason Ritter as the petulant Bellacourt son Frederick.
Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions has received a pilot production commitment for their comedy The Baby from NBC. Paper Kite has also signed a new overall deal with Universal Television.
Congratulations to Launch Pad Alum and former Launch Pad Competition Mentor Santa Sierra, who has boarded the writing staff of the acclaimed Netflix drama Narcos as the series heads into its second season!
After initially announcing a season two, HBO has decided to cancel the Martin Scorsese-Mick Jagger series Vinyl. But it’s just the latest in a series of stumbles for the premium cabler’s drama department.
Play Mad Libs with Uncle Buck this week, as our titular character proves to his peers that he’s just having some fun. Warning: This fun may give you an upset stomach.
Pope takes “J” on his own secret construction payroll heist and Smurf takes Lena from the super market when no one else is watching her on Animal Kingdom.
As a new executive chef takes over Thirio, Tommy and Dion plot to regain control. Meanwhile, Tommy loses ground with Pilar and gets jealous over Dion’s growing relationship with TJ.
Orange is the New Black takes a dark turn, as Piper suffers a brutal blow, a fan favorite returns addicted to drugs, and the true soulless nature of MCC is revealed, but it’s shaping up to be the best season yet.
While Lex and Sabine bond in quarantine, Leo learns more about the virus’ creator. Atlanta residents finally find a way out of the cordon and Jake, Katie, Xander, Teresa and Bert are swept into the chaos.
Person of Interest‘s series finale is the best of all possible endings, staying true to the emotional, philosophical, and technical heart of the show’s five seasons.
The third episode of this new TBS comedy deals with the discovery of a suitcase full of sex toys. If it hasn’t made clear already, this is a ridiculous show full of ridiculous, but extremely fun to watch, people.
CBS is set to launch its fall schedule this year with Thursday Night Football on September 15. A night of comedies are up next including Kevin Can Wait starring Kevin James and Man With A Plan with Matt LeBlanc.
Hunters attempts to tackle major themes in “Telegraph” but the lackluster storytelling of the first ten episodes keeps these themes from resonating at all as the day of the purge finally arrives.
In this week’s Casual, Instead of repairing their lives with casual sex or hopeful relationships, all of our main characters are trying to position themselves for friendship.
Braindead settles on a more comic tone, albeit unsuccessful, with “Playing Politics: Living Life in the Shadow of the Budget Showdown – A Critique” as Laurel gets caught in a trap at Tax Prom when she gets infected by DC.
Benedict Arnold gets a surprise visit from George Washington on the same night he meets with Major Andre to discuss surrendering West Point on a thrilling Turn.
Quinn and Rachel start working together to take back control of Everlasting, but secrets come up that threaten their alliance.
Stan must stop a particularly damning video of Grace before it gets to the press; Molly’s brother Patrick will stop at nothing to get justice; Grace and Luc attend Molly’s memorial service with devastating consequences.