Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
Season 2, Episode 10 – Greenleaf has become a guilty pleasure. With all of the elements that make a drama oh-so-dramatic, I feel relieved when it’s over. I’m able to snap out of the “Greenleaf” spell to realize that their life isn’t my life. Whew! (But it does make me yearn for more).
Season 1, Episode 8 – Rumors of layoffs at Scarlet spread, placing pressure on both Jane and Sutton to either prove their worth or explore other options. Kat goes on a date, but ends up rekindling things with Adena instead.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Fitz is able to finally put a name on the board of the Manhunt: Unabomber investigation and convince Ackerman and Cole of his findings. Tabby faxes Fitz a letter both she and Fitz weren’t supposed to have seen which helps crack the case. Fitz’s obsession with the Unabomber case causes him to lose his family and destroy important relationships in his life, but is it worth it to catch a killer?
Talia Gonzalez, David Hoffman and T.A. Snyder share their experience in terms of entering competitions and working as professional writers, and they also offer great insight into writer room dynamics.
Independent studio Critical Content is developing Boardwalk Empire writer David Matthews’ new biopic TV series adapted from Manning Marable’s biography.
Sarah Paulson is still feeling the ramifications of the horror that was Election Night 2016, in the first trailer for the seventh installment of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series.
Adam Scott becomes a stepfather to a boy he believes is the antichrist. Can he prove to Evangeline Lilly his son is truly evil?
Season 1, Episode 5 – A wave of hate hits Midnight, Texas when Hightower rolls in for his pound of flesh and the money Xylda owes him, but Manfred is a little short. The Sons of Lucifer attack Bobo’s pawnshop and ride off with someone he loves. Olivia helps Manfred face his past while Lem convinces Bobo to deal with Pete Lowry.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Because Richard took a week off without alerting his job, he has been canned. Agent Foster goads him into joining her crusade against Jonathan Walsh.
“I just think the reality is that women do support other women so I didn’t want the soap aspects of the show to come from some false place of women backstabbing each other,” Sarah Watson tells Tracking Boad.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Jesse and Herr Starr take an interesting journey together in this episode of Preacher but again the two other principal cast members, Tulip and Cassidy, are given next to nothing to do this week.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Casey continues to groom Leon into becoming just like her, which means not letting the other guys in on everything that’s going on behind the scenes in Loaded. Abi won’t accept any of Josh’s money to get her idea funded, so he finds a sneaky way of funding her without her knowledge.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Jamie Campbell Bower steals the show this week as Christopher Marlowe attempts to pen his masterpiece “Doctor Faustus”, and spirals into existential despair.
Neflix has renewed comedy Friends From College for a second season following lackluster reviews for its first season.
Two projects are in development between CBS and Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s production company. One based on Ben Schwartz and Laura Moses’s upcoming book Things You Should Know About Dating, You F*ing Idiot was just picked up by CBS, while the other comedy is being developed for Isla Fisher.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Twin Peaks bids a touching farewell to the Log Lady, Evil Cooper trudges through a dream labyrinth to see Philip Jeffries in order to find out who Judy is, and Ed and Norma finally find their way into each other’s arms after all these years.
Season 3, Episode 5 – On this week’s Ballers, Spencer continues to try to court Wayne while facing renewed opposition. Julie helps Charles invite Seifert over for dinner. And Vernon takes a drug test.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Just like the title of this week’s episode of Insecure all of our faves was shook up this week. Lawrence has an epiphany, Issa faces drama at work, and Molly finally does what she wants to do. Per usual, it’s a hot mess – and I’m here for it.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Get Shorty thickens the plot and continues to let its cast shine in its second episode.
Season 7, Episode 6 – More epic-ness. Game of Thrones brought intense action and interesting plot twists this week that lead us perfectly into next week’s sure to be stunning season finale.
Season 5, Episode 1 – The final season of Episodes kicked off with a laugh filled half hour but one that did little in the way of setting up plot for this season, mostly catching us up on where we left the cast.
Season 1, Episode 5-8 – The back half of The Defenders employs a few slick narrative twists to keep things interesting while our four heroes continue to negotiate their relationship to each other. With more background on the Hand and the discovery of their ultimate goal, the story keeps a swift pace into a finale that’s ultimately just okay.
Season 4, Episodes 1-2 – Halt and Catch Fire picks up three years after the contentious group meeting that resulted in Gordon, Cameron, and Joe splintering off on their own and coming together to develop one of the first web browsers. Things haven’t turned out like anyone planned, but a huge reconciliation may be in the works for season 4.
Season 1, Episode 4 – In the latest episode of Room 104, co-creator Mark Duplass pens an episode for his brother Jay, as the latter brother plays a man still grappling with the death of his best friend, 20 years before.
Season 2, Episode 11- Purgatory isn’t the same without Wynonna Earp but Doc remembers and sacrifices everything to bring her back. Demon Clootie isn’t where the demon widows buried him, but an old acquaintance knows where to look. Bobo returns from hell in a fantastic, creepy way and turns to Waverly for help escaping his new cell.