Category Archives: Television News
The Top 5 TV shows I re-watched this year. (At least the ones I’ll admit to.)
A lovely, somber B-plot is weighed down by a heavy-handed and oversimplified case of the week on Elementary.
It was a satisfying conclusion to what could have been a disaster on “The Newsroom” finale.
Follows a defiant and radical group of young men – Sam Adams, John Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Dr. Joseph Warren – as they band together in secrecy to change the course of history and make America a nation.
Jane the Virgin’s midseason finale is first understated, then outrageous, but always excellent.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel technically share the same universe but their styles vary drastically.
A beautiful but reclusive hacker, whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers, suspects that one of her online dates is a serial killer.
With Quinn on the loose in Islamabad, how will Carrie manage to bring him in, all the while dealing with another shocking twist?
A busy episode of “Bob’s Burgers” ends up feeling lacking in emotional weight.
It’s a Christmas miracle! Nick Cannon doesn’t ruin Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Doctor and his Companion, Clara, spend Christmas at the North Pole, where they encounter terrifying new enemies as well as St. Nick himself.
A roundup of the week’s TV casting news!
Another episode that doesn’t feel like it knows where it’s going, but manages to get through an unexpected milestone as painlessly as possible.
This week’s Elementary throws a lot of things at the wall, but nothing sticks.
Gracepoint offers up a satisfying ending but is it enough to finally come out from behind the shadow cast by Broadchurch?
Sons of Anarchy’s first honest episode in a long time is also its last.
Dre gives us a black Santa Claus, with a really sweet message along the way. Get ready for “Black-ish” to make you smile.
“The Cuckoo’s Calling” and “The Silkworm” will become a BBC series.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s focus on “game-changing” reveals renders a characterless winter finale that’s only “okay.”
Barry finally faces the mysterious man who killed his mother.
“Supernatural’s” winter finale gets the boys back together and reaches deep in its mythology to return to form.
Watch a show swan dive into mediocrity with the recent episode of “The Newsroom.”
Some interesting character work gets sidetracked by strange subplots on this week’s Jane the Virgin.
Mark Hamill will reprise his role in the new series.