Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
The A-list package is being shopped to cable and streaming networks.
The eight-episode drama is based on the Wally Lamb novel of the same name.
When it comes to Amazon Studios, it really is a tale of two cities. On the film side, things are pretty good, but with TV, Amazon has been trying like hell to establish itself and somehow seems to keep slipping.
The Emmy winner’s new drama series follows a group of interconnected people living in Chicago.
If Oliver Queen isn’t the Green Arrow, who is? The Star City mayor has one suggestion.
Season 7, Episode 7 – This week we dive real deep into the cult aspect of “American Horror Story: Cult”. We open on Valerie Solanas, an angry separatist feminist who’s betrayed by Andy Warhol after he agrees to produce her script, and then loses it.
Season 1, Episode 3 – It’s only episode three and it appears the problem that was visible from the get-go is becoming an actual problem.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Edie Falco carries the show as defense attorney Leslie Abramson, but the classic “Law & Order” court scenes are sorely missed
Season 2, Episode 4 – Santos threatens to fire Avery if he can’t control his “Lethal Weapon” when they investigate a clever robbery gone wrong at 20,000 feet.
Nathan deals with old hurt and the Legends find themselves at the circus.
Season 4, Episode 2- Team Flash is busy taking on a metahuman that can control technology. Meanwhile, Barry and Cisco have relationship woes with Gypsy and Iris.
Season 2, Episode 4 – This episode was nostalgic escapism at its finest. Nothing really happens in the episode. No major plot points. But it hooks you from the opening scene. Finally, welcome back “This Is Us”.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Kevin is still figuring out his destiny while Yvette discovers the other celestial messengers have given up hope of finding the other thirty-five righteous ones.
Season 5, Episode 4 – The charred remnants of the Pemberton mansion are finally put to good use as Mickey throws a Halloween party that no one will ever, ever forget.
Season 1, Episodes 5-7 – Holden and Bill interview more criminals on “Mindhunter,” but they need to find a way to not take work home with them.
Co-creator and EP Aline Brosh McKenna and actor/writer Rene Gube are reuniting to develop “Big Men.”
Caitlin Fitzgerald joins the cast of the Lifetime drama, which will premiere in February 2018.
Kat Candler, who has been a producing director on the show, has been upped to executive producer and will work closely with DuVernay in her new role.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Dr. Melendez and the team are caught in a legal dilemma when a mother insists they go forward with a surgery that could save her baby but kill her.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Maze returns to “Lucifer” and hunts the most dangerous criminal wanted by the organized crime unit; a clever, soulless, manipulator.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Alex Riley connects his past, present, and future self with the love of the movies, and his family.
Season 1, Episode 4 – An action heavy episode, “Break Out” is a thrill from start to finish, but all action doesn’t equate to a perfect episode.
Season 1, Episode 3 – If you are slightly amused by the “Cool Hand Luke” allusion in the episodes title, that is the most amusement you will get from this episode.
Season 1, Episode 3 – “The Gifted” sputters on low momentum and starts denying characters agency for the sake of drama.
The new show from the former head co-writers of “Saturday Night Live” stars Drew Tarver, Heléne Yorke, Molly Shannon & Ken Marino.
Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning star in the 19th Century psychological thriller drama.
A brand new story for the classic teen detective has been thought up by the original team that developed the reboot last year.