Category Archives: Television News
The show tackles a lofty premise: physically reprimanding kids…and they do it beautifully.
Coogan will replace Philip Seymour Hoffman in the Showtime pilot.
The “Firefly” star returns to Fox.
“Greensleeves” shows there’s a plan for the rest of “Sons of Anarchy” and it’s beautiful.
The cheese factor was heightened in episode three, but so was the power of this first-class ensemble.
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” gets the team back together and sets all its hanging plots in motion.
This week’s “Supernatural” deliciously deconstructs itself before returning to the status quo.
“Doctor Who,” through its popularity and morality tales, is a perfect example of modern mythmaking at its finest.
Recess is over as Rick became a ‘kindergarten cop’ on this week’s episode of “Castle.”
Slater is set to topline the upcoming hacker drama series.
A powerful and dangerous drug hits the street causing chaos for the detectives as Oswald helps the other side.
The popular TV actor returns to ABC for this scandalous role.
The series, set in the fictional Yorkshire country estate of Downton Abbey, depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the post-Edwardian era—with the great events in history having an effect on their lives and on the British social hierarchy.
A large and lively cast makes Jane the Virgin’s second episode fun, but it’s Jane herself who makes it great.
Frank gives the ultimate sacrifice to protect the implosion group’s work.
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.