Category Archives: Television News
Nucky loses everything, but may gain exactly what he wants in the end.
Calista Flockhart, Patrick Fugit, and Eric McCormack are also among the cast of the drama’s second season.
The British actor will play the invincible DC villain “Brick” in a series of mid-season episodes.
Can “Homeland” get back on track after a number of major twists help stir the pot?
A long con pays off in a fun yet forgettable Halloween episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
NPH is hosting the Oscars and John Oliver tries to explain the allure of the PSL.
Centers on Barry Allen, an assistant police forensic investigator who suffers a freak accident that turns him into a superhero with the power of incredible speed.
The season wraps up with wedding bells, a fight, and a new drug for Dr. Thackery to experiment with.
Set in a world where humans and super heroes co-exist, a homicide detective is tasked with investigating crimes involving superhuman powers.
This week’s Girl Meets World is painfully earnest, but there are worse things for a kids’ show to be.
The “Gone Girl” detective will join the third season of the Netflix policital drama.
Sarandon has been cast as Marilyn Monroe’s mother in the Lifetime miniseries.
There’s a sex tape this week on “Scandal,” and you’ll never guess who stars!
If not for the funnier supporting characters, “A to Z” would already feel like a complete waste. But the show needs higher emotional stakes for the couple.
Lies become us on Fox’s “Gracepoint.”
A decade before “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “Adventure Time,” Nickelodeon aired a lovely, melancholic cartoon about a kid with a football-shaped head. Too bad we didn’t have Netflix back then.
Things go bad when Kevin and Jenny are accused of worshipping false idols by their daughter.
Things are starting to feel familiar and predictable. And with the bar set so high, being lazy just won’t cut it.
This week’s episode gets emotional as Nurse Jackson fights to keep Charlie from being transferred out of the hospital and we learn more about Dash.
Yeah, it’s another other building episode, but take a look at where we’re headed…
Barry Allen must face his physical and emotional limits if he’s going to be the hero he’s meant to be.
Demonized Dean Winchester continues to entertain as “Supernatural” spends another week on season set-up.