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Hearst, Time Inc., and CNN make their presentations at NewFronts with more unscripted, talk series, and VR content.
The Last Panthers, Milan and Dragan, are attacked in the woods, Khalil faces Roman, and Naomi makes Tom take a stand against corrupt bankers in Belgrade.
Matthew Rhys rotates his incredible skills behind the camera and bruises the rules directing an artful, emotionally charged episode of the The Americans.
The Lyons prepare for a family performance at the ASA awards and Lucious’ mother returns from his past to threaten his future.
The Roses tackle the internet in a Schitt’s Creek that shows the damaging effect of wealth on the family structure.
Dre rediscovers his love for Junior after meeting his new friends, the titular super rich kids Wes and Kevin. Dre’s always worried that he and Junior have nothing in common, but Wes and Kevin wear fresh sneakers, discuss rapper feuds, and use cool slang. In other words, they’re mini Dres.
Hulu announces a new “skinny bundle” in the works, but not to be outdone, YouTube makes a similar announcement ahead of their NewFronts tomorrow.
Where Upfronts used to be comprised of the big five television networks and a few cable channels, the events now span months with dozens of channels and platforms presenting their wares. Here’s a rundown of the biggest news to come out of this year’s Newfronts.
The Path has its most dramatic episode yet, culminating with a shocking, violent ending.
Jessica struggles to make a profit on the flip property when she rents to squatters, and Evan and Emery defend their perfect case-solving record when a Casio goes missing on Fresh Off the Boat.
Lex tries to stop a reporter from inciting panic in Atlanta, while the residents inside the cordon face the dangers of a diminished police force.
Agents of SHIELD‘s “Failed Experiments” suffers from a patchy plot and overdramatic plot devices but shines when it comes to character and exploring the moral philosophy of a superpowered world.
We’re halfway through The Night Manager and though the plot is still unfolding at a slow, deliberate pace, we do get some exciting developments. Pine gets drawn deeper into Roper’s shady world, getting cornered into signing a contract and joining one of Roper’s shell companies, replacing poor Corcoran.
Anna Strong brings two enemies together to defeat the villainous Captain Simcoe on Turn.
After finding out that Dean Sr. is guilty, Dean and Stewart try to come up with some way to help him win his case.
Mindy tries out online dating, while Jody continues to wrestle with his feelings for her.
Azrael, the newest ray of darkness in the dawn of supervillians, hunts Gordon but nails Barnes on Gotham.
On this week’s episode of Bates Motel, Norman has trouble adjusting to all the changes that have occurred in his mother’s life while he was away.
After a young autistic girl shows with a mysterious sketch book of drawings, the team races to protect her life from a deadly terrorist family.
In the show’s best episode yet, Damien has nowhere else to turn and seeks out an exorcist from the Vatican, hoping that she can put an end to all of the death that has been occurring around him.
I’m not sure how they’re pulling it off, but 12 Monkeys has taken the good show they had in season one and turned it into a great show this season.
We’re almost halfway through the season of Hunters and the show is failing on almost every front as it drowns under the weight of its own bloated, self-indulgent world building.
This episode brought us several different occasions of family members killing one another, but the last few seconds of the episode sure did perk Game of Thrones fans up!
New Pied Piper CEO Jack Barker institutes various changes at Pied Piper, as Richard struggles to keep a hold of what he thinks made his company special.
Selina gets it on with guest star John Slattery, Amy and Dan almost hook up, and a major victory for Team Meyer is won.
Here are two intriguing characters from the past, who knew each other, were friends before becoming rivals, and instead of the compelling show it should be, it’s a mediocre procedural with some humor thrown in.
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan are making headlines yet again as last night they took home the award for “Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host” at the Daytime Emmy Awards. Click here for the complete list of winners.
The Family, you’ve done it again. This episode was middling, with some unsuccessful attempts to get us to care about characters who are pretty much unredeemable, but it ended with a twist that guarantees I’ll tune in next week.
Wynonna Earp tortures a nasty rev and helps two tortured revs while Bobo allies with Stone Witch, Constance Clootie.