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The most ridiculous, most offensive, most outlandish moment on television happened on this week’s episode of Under The Dome, and that’s saying a lot considering Donald Trump can be found on basically any network at every time of day.
Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies.
Walter Larson has the fate of the world on his shoulders and the scent Joanne Larson on his lips as the first season of The Brink comes to an exciting close.
Follows one cop, destined for greatness, as he navigates a dangerously corrupt city teetering between good and evil, and chronicles the birth of one of the most popular super heroes of our time. Season two premieres September 21st on Fox.
With the finale next week, you really want to create something suspenseful yet satisfying in the penultimate episode. Alas, after being on board for most of this season, I have to say I’m disappointed and not very hopeful for a satisfying conclusion next week.
Those looking to get their zombie fix may be better off streaming old episodes of The Walking Dead; there isn’t a whole lot of undead action in the premiere episode of the spin-off series. Which isn’t to say that it’s bad–it’s not, it’s solid–but it may feel like a lower-stakes, “okay, okay, get on with it” version of its predecessor.
Charlie welcomes a new bundle of joy and Ken says goodbye to an old pain in the ass in the Aquarius season finale. “Old Ego is a Too Much Thing” brings the first season to an exciting close.
Hannibal pulled in twists, gore, psycho aesthetics, and a little bit of twisted romance to deliver what I declared halfway through to be “the best ep ever” in “The Number of the Beast is 666.” For one of the first times in the series, the thriller aspect of the show was in full force.
This week’s episode was the perfect storm of Under The Dome terrible-ness. Sub-par acting, sloppy storytelling, and groan-inducing dialogue. Join me, won’t you, as I tear apart another installment of this painful series!
A round-up of the week’s promos for some of Fall’s hottest shows!
The half-hour comedy will be added to Hulu’s rapidly growing list of original scripted shows.
A Netflix original series that chronicles notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar as he evades DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Peña and fights fellow drug lords for control of the cocaine distribution empire.
Based upon the Jennifer Steil novel of the same name and inspired by her own experiences as the wife of a British ambassador to Yemen, the drama series follows the kidnapping of an American woman in the Middle East.
Some may be disappointed by the copious amounts of human vs. human drama this season, but I for one am glad that the writers and directors of Falling Skies have given the characters emotional arcs we can invest ourselves in in its final stretch.
Walter and Talbot score a huge victory against Gen. Zaman with “Just a Little Crazy Talk.” Even Pierce acknowledges the incredible results of his nemesis.
I like that Hannibal is all the way to the actual Red Dragon storyline, and I love the way they’re doing it, but you know what—it definitely feels like a coda. It’s such a meaty, fully fleshed-out plot that it’s just the perfect stopping place should the story ever need to stop. So, here’s hoping they wrap it up well and don’t do any stupid cliffhanger crap.
The writers of Under The Dome need to have a Plan C, D, E, & F. Because nothing they’ve put forth this season is working. It all feels like a big stall. Every new plot point seems like it stems from the writers’ hands being tied to a plot device that doesn’t lend itself to an extended story: the Dome itself.
The further adventures of the time traveling alien adventurer known only as The Doctor and his companions.
While details are scarce, the series will be set in the present and focus on the residents of Crystal Lake as they are forced to confront the return of the infamous killer, as more secrets of his origins surface.
Blue-blooded, politically connected U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades and brilliant, calculating, billionaire hedge fund king Bobby “Axe” Axelrod enter a high-stakes game of predator-versus-prey.
In a year filled with television reboots of hit films, Nicholas Sparks’ best-selling novel/film is the latest to enter the development slate at The CW.
When they join a group of trained military operatives, completely stocked with food and weapons, it may spell doom for one or more of the Masons in the series’ final stretch of episodes.
Looking back on this season of True Detective, it is exhausting trying to piece together all the characters and elements of this story. This story that took us all over the place but ultimately went nowhere. Now it’s all over, and nobody is still around to care.
Zaman remains in charge of Pakistan when the ill-planned U.S. Airstrike sends Raja up in a puff of smoke. Gen. Zaman launches against Tel Aviv and Walter Larson launches against Pierce Grey.
Charlie suspects Sadie of betraying Emma in “(Please Let Me Love You And) It Won’t Be Wrong” and goes all Manson on her while a documentary crew slithers around the compound capturing Charlie’s creeptopia.
Real suspense returns to Hannibal this week as Will comes face to face with a killer and, for the first time in a while, there’s no predestined outcome to the encounter. This episode is chocked full of character development for our killer, some usual trippy reality-bending, and a nice murder mystery without any actual murder.
Turns out the Dome just showed them the end of the world meteor strike in order to get them to band together or some nonsense like that. The Kinship was already banned together under Christine’s rule. All it did was ban together the Dome’s enemies in Julia and Jim. So how does that make sense?