Category Archives: Television News
Vargas turns on the Queen of the South and her customers turn to rival suppliers when the DEA ambushes a shipment from Columbia in another great episode about business and customer satisfaction.
No matter how hard Reid tries to get out, Whitechapel keeps pulling him back in on Ripper Street. A lot has changed in Reid’s three year absence, and though he and his daughter Matilda have left London behind, it continues to draw them both back. Life has moved on in Whitechapel without Reid, can he so simply reintegrate himself back in?
King Charles III is headed to PBS as part of the Masterpiece 2017 season. Masterpiece will co-produce the project which Mike Bartlett will adapt from his own play into a ninety minute TV movie.
At last week’s Comic-Con, Supergirl‘s new addition Tyler Hoechlin stated he hadn’t tried on the iconic Superman uniform… yet. The series fixed that this week as they released the first image of Hoechlin as Superman.
The firm’s loss of business leaves Louis and Jessica looking for new tenants. However, Louis doesn’t want to give up his precious bull pen on this week’s episode of Suits.
As Tyrant gets further into the third season, the plot continues to lag and characters continue to disappoint, even as more secrets are revealed.
Ali takes a beating in the press while Garrett gets ambushed in the woods, as American Gothic deploys bold choices in its mid-season episode.
Another Period delivers a hilarious episode, as Lillian attempts to challenge gender roles and buy a condom, Beatrice helps Albert Einstein with his theories, and Frederick hosts a reunion with his Harvard buddies.
One of the interesting things they’ve been doing this season on Mr. Robot is to showing us flashbacks of the fsociety characters before the group came to power. We are being fed bits and pieces, small kernels of how it all began, in order to help us understand how these characters got themselves into this situation.
A therapist with a family connection drops by to deliver some bad news to the family, and some really harsh words are thrown around, in a broader episode of The A Word.
John Malkovich is not known for his television work, but people might start re-thinking that with his next project. From Sony TV and Anonymous Content, Malkovich has signed on to star in Humboldt, an upcoming series based on Emily Brady’s nonfiction book Humboldt: Life on America’s Marijuana Frontier. The series, which comes from a spec by Michael A. Lerner, is intended for cable and streaming networks.
Starz is set to adapt Britain’s popular comedy series Peep Show, which just ended its 12-year run on Channel 4. Previous networks Fox and and Spike have attempted to adapt this series before in 2005 and 2008, respectively, but failed. Original creators Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong will act as consulting producers and Eli Jorne, co-creator of the upcoming Son of Zorn, will write, executive produce, and run the new series.
At their TCA panel, Netflix announced renewals for Lady Dynamite and Chelsea, in addition to updates on Arrested Development and new premiere dates for fall.
Gilmore Girls, the beloved WB/CW series centered around a fast-talking east coast mother and daughter, was last on the air in 2007. Now, nearly a decade later, the show is returning from co-creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino on Netflix and fans can finally start counting down the days because it has an official premiere date.
Josh infiltrates Camp Pendleton for the Animal Kingdom as they set their heist into motion with “Man In.” Paul gives team Cody the lay out of the important buildings regarding security and a pallet of deployment cash.
The survivors are at their lowest point as Steve goes mad with power, but this is one of the funniest, most absurd episodes yet.
The latest episode of Feed the Beast is an overstuffed family drama. Tommy orders a paternity test when he suspects that TJ is Dion’s son. Giordano learns the truth about Dion and Marisa, and TJ takes drastic actions against a bully at school.
This week on Dead of Summer, the counselors start to piece the mystery of Holyoke’s magic together and it’s got way more reach than we think.
YouTube star Hannah Hart is making the jump to television as she’s landed a deal with the Food Network for a six-episode travelogue series that also includes digital and social content.
It’s hard to say how things are going to play out on Casual, but however it does, it won’t excuse the lack of payoff that the middle of this season has been.
Odd Mom Out delivers a great episode, with the help of special guest stars Drew Barrymore and John Hodgman as Jill and Andy’s crazy downstairs neighbors.
Billy and Julie take over an empty office at PBS in order to avoid Billy’s brother Gary (Fred Armisen) and Arthur, who’s acting awkward after catching Julie watching porn.
The producers scramble to re-configure the show when Darius disappears; Rachel reveals a huge secret, and Quinn gets a new #2 on Everlasting whether she likes it or not.
Gwendolyn Hall takes advantage of Luc’s drug arrest to try and get him to turn on Grace, Grace and Natalie make a case break of their own, and we meet two new viable suspects with very viable motives.
Ghost re-enters the drug game, but it’s not what you think. Or is it? The show plays coy as it continues to tease the future of Ghost, undermining the series’ strengths.
Braindead shows the tragic dysfunction of congress when they are on the clock in “Back to Work: A Behind-The –Scenes Look at congress and How It Gets Things Done (and Often Doesn’t).” In an attempt to show government’s wasteful spending, the series may aggravate viewers more than make them laugh.
Survivor’s Remorse Season 3 returns with a new, dark comedy rebranding. The premiere episode kicks off as a family crisis that shakes Calloways to the core, but will they still bring the laughs?