Category Archives: Television News
It’s all about Edgar Allen Poe and “The Star Spangled Banner” in Charm City.
Nathan may have met his straight-man match.
Aria is the most conspicuous spy ever; Emily’s mom gets a clue; Spencer and Ezra have a moment; and Hanna and Caleb develop His and Hers drinking problems.
Jeong headlines the comedy pilot.
It’s the most Darwinian episode yet – survival of the fittest under the dome.
“Nervous?” “About someone trying to kill us? Or about playing my first game?”
Blunt’s team begins to panic as the trial of the year continues.
It’s A Garvey Family Christmas!
Azaria gets animated in another Fox series.
This year The Tracking Board is going big at Comic Con, before we go home.
This list will be updated as the event goes on…
This week it’s “Manhattan,” or…”Manhattan.” But it’s not the Big Apple.
What’s in “The Box?” Turns out, not much.
Is there any magic left in the world of “The Leftovers?” Will we ever find out?
Cardiff Electric crashes in the biggest — and one of the best — episode of the season.
This episode starts out with a hunt for monkeys and ends in a shoot-out. It’s all in a day’s work on “The Last Ship.”
This week brought us a Ron Swanson tribute statue (sort of) and the perfect job for Netflix-aholics.
“Here’s Mr. Googly, and his googly, boogly friends!”
Follows the journey of a time traveler from the post-apocalyptic future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will eventually decimate the human race.
The “Prison Break” star has been cast as villain Captain Cold.
Arguably the best episode of the season, this weeks finds Daniel at a house party and Amantha getting an interesting offer.
For an episode that tackled adultery, dead pets, miscarriages, and sexless marriages, “Married” has real heart and humor.
Welcome back to Dominion, otherwise known as The Most Dysfunctional Families Ever. Last week was all about angel families, but this week gives more insight into how screwed up the Whele and Riesen clans are.