Category Archives: Television News
Person of Interest works on cleaning up dangling plot threads this week in “Sotto Voce.” A case of the week turns into a tangle of series mythology, gang wars, and character development situations.
12 Monkeys offers up a contained thriller episode, which changes the dynamics of 2044 dramatically, while the Witness infiltrates the compound and attempts to sabotage the time machine. Can Jones, Cole, and Ramse stop him before he succeeds?
Houdini and Doyle are back on the case trying to deduce whether or not a psychic had anything to do with a child’s abduction. For a while the psychic becomes a fourth member of the team, and her chemistry elevates the show beyond its previous episodes.
Bloodline is back, and the ghost of Danny haunts everyone in the first four episodes as their lives fall apart, and they desperately try to hold it all together. The harder the Rayburn family tries to bury their past, the more things unravel beyond their control.
On this week’s Silicon Valley, Richard and other members of Pied Piper get out onto the dating scene. Erlich, meanwhile, bleeds Big Head dry.
Wynonna looks for fresh-rotten kills while Bobo makes a powerful enemy and buys himself a little piece of rev heaven on Wynonna Earp.
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.
Selina deals with two different crises while Jonah’s campaign kicks off in New Hampshire in another spectacular episode of Veep.
After a tumultuous stint in Paris, Claire and Jamie head back to Scotland to start fresh in this week’s Outlander. Things don’t stay easy too long, and soon they find themselves in a difficult situation.
2015 Launch Pad Pilot Competition winner David Hoffman has joined the writers’ room on the upcoming Shawn Ryan and Eric Kripke series Timeless premiering this fall on NBC.
In Starz’s new original film The Dresser, Anthony Hopkins delivers his best performance in years as a veteran actor who has to fight off in his deteriorating mind in order to perform as King Lear one last time.
Having lost the key to unlock their biology and best hope to save themselves when the original was killed, our most beloved Leda clones battle their demons in order to regain the will to live. Will new answers come from their increasingly apparent psychic connections most creepily expressed in the baby-faced Kira?
Closing in on the season finale, there’s a whole lot of setup this week on Archer, as our team goes undercover and revisits the big arc. But how much do we care about love triangles and guest characters?
Watch Elizabeth do her thing, breaking hearts and cutting throats, on The Americans.
Amazon Studios has announced its latest batch of pilots for viewers to rate when they bow on June 17 in the U.S., U.K., German, Austria, and Japan.
With one episode left before the season finale, Schitt’s Creek packs in a whole lot of plot development this week, setting us up for an anything-goes ending.
The multi-camera comedy Superior Donuts starring comedian and actor Jermaine Fowler is undergoing some changes at CBS for a potential midseason pick-up, which could be a response to the recent backlash over the network’s lack of diversity in its schedule.
Lex enlists Leo Green to help him steal evidence about the virus’s origin, while Katie and Jake search for a missing student and possibly discover a cure. Xander and Teresa manage to escape the store, but bring Jana and her friends into Trey’s deadly sights.
Fresh Off the Boat wraps its second season with a funny episode guest-starring Ken Jeong as Gene Huang, the brother with a grudge from that fateful day at the hot springs.
The Leone Film Group are developing a series centered around the firearm carried by Clint Eastwood in A Fistful Of Dollars.
A double dose of Person of Interest provides two equally good sci-fi philosophy lessons. “QSO” explores the nature of free will and intelligence, while “Reassortment” looks at population dynamics and the ethics of following unethical orders. It’s deep, but it’s fun while it does it.
The Path concludes its impressive first season today, but those seeking a firm resolution, be warned. We’re left searching for answers, trying to decipher what is real, exactly like our main characters.
What an excellent series and what a thrilling conclusion. The Night Manager ends its run with an extremely satisfying episode that masterfully builds tension before another literally explosive climax.
In the latest bit of 90s nostalgia to resurface on the small screen, EPIX has placed a 10 episode order for a reimagining of iconic crime novelist Elmore Leonard’s 1990 best-seller from Shameless EP Davey Holmes.
Major Andre allies with print media to destabilize the Continental Congress by flooding the markets with counterfeit cash on Turn.
Gordon saves the city, GCPD arrests Hugo Strange, but Fish escapes and unleashes a whole busload of supervillains on the streets of Gotham.
Mindy goes through yet another one-episode boyfriend, setting the stage for the Jody/Mindy relationship nobody wants.
Person of Interest takes on a fun fluffy case where the gang lets their hair down. Meanwhile, all the plot pieces move into position for the rest of the season.
Hunters opens up its world to tell us about the origin of the alien invasion as Brother #4 works hard to turn Regan back into one of them. ETU scrambles to find her before it’s too late.
Cole and Ramse are sent on a mission to the year 1975 to protect a Primary and help stop the collapse of time on tonight’s episode of 12 Monkeys. Jennifer and Cassie stick around in 2016, but Cassie gets an unexpected visitor who turns her world upside down.