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Season 1, Episode 7 – Quarry challenges us to see the good in bad behavior. The Broker (Peter Mullan) is establishing himself as a Savior of sorts. Marcus (Joshua J. Williams) buys his mother flowers with money that doesn’t belong to him. And Buddy (Damon Herriman) wants to be The Broker’s gun supplier.
Season 1, Episode 5 – So far The Exorcist has played in the same universe as the films without any direct connections to the original movie, but the revelation in this episode changes the entire ball game. Father Marcus and Tomas battle against the demon inside of Casey, but will they prevail? Angela has a secret, but how does Henry know?
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend returns with its usual mix of pop culture, stylized genre songs, and romantic deconstruction. Rebecca manipulates her friends and loved ones in her usual effort to keep Josh close and fulfill her own exaggerated fantasies.
Netflix’s political drama House of Cards has added Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott for Season Five. Details of their roles are being kept under wraps though they will feature prominently in the season.
Two beloved Hollywood comedians are teaming up in a new multi-camera comedy at ABC with a put pilot commitment. Carol Burnett is set to join Amy Poehler in an untitled series from writer and executive producer Michael Saltzman.
Former professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson is returning to his roots as he is in the works on a wrestling comedy with WWE head writer Brian Gewirtz and Will Ferrell’s Gary Sanchez Productions. The project has received a put pilot commitment from Fox.
Season 2, Episode 2 – In this week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow , “Justice Society of America” the Legends’ were forced to team up with their worst nightmare: an old school team of supers who were actually good at their job.
Season 1, Episode 7 – It’s a game changing episode of The Good Place, but that doesn’t stop it from also being laugh out loud hilarious.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Can Falling Water survive its dull first two episodes and transform into a far more interesting show, or will it continue to tread water and eventually peter out? A show with a solid premise like this shouldn’t be wasting it’s promise and boring it’s viewers, but that’s exactly the problem this show is having.
Season 1, Episode 7 – “Duke’s Chorus” isn’t really about Duke’s Chorus. It’s a lesson on how to unapologetically be yourself on this episode of Better Things. This includes temporarily freeing a Mormon lady from strict religious beliefs. P.S. she cusses.
Season 2, Episode 6 – In a rare misstep for a great show, Superstore gives us an average episode that demonstrates just how much this workplace comedy owes The Office. Cloud Nine hosts a dog adoption day, while Amy and Glenn help Cheyenne and Beau with their relationship.
Tony Scott’s 1998 film Enemy of the State is continuing its story with a sequel series penned by Morgan Davis Foehl and was given a put pilot commitment from ABC. The project hails from Jerry Bruckheimer and ABC Studios.
How to Get Away with Murder star Viola Davis is sticking with ABC has she is attached to produce thriller drama Head Games for the network. The series is being adapted by Chuck Rose based on his book of the same name.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Lethal Weapon delivers another thrilling episode when Riggs and Murtaugh investigate a former Navy SEAL’s dangerous personal mission, while Murtaugh deals with slowing down after his heart attack.
Season 3, Episode 4 – In the middle of Liza’s mixed emotions and convoluted day job on Younger, she has a new “generational taboo” to tackle.
Season 5, Episode 3 – On this week’s Arrow Oliver and Team Arrow try to take down a metahuman who can’t feel pain. Meanwhile, Thea flounders as Mayor Queen’s aide, and Diggle gets an unexpected visitor in lockup.
Season 3, Episode 8 – Gretchen decides to help Lindsay, Jimmy, and Edgar with their problems using tough love in an attempt to prove that her own mother was a good parent, with disastrous but hilarious effects.
Season 2, Episode 4 – Impastor exposes a flaw—it’s hard to care about Dora, Russell, and Alden’s inconsequential stories when Buddy is dealing with life or death stakes. This week, Dora runs into an old prom date, Alden goes on a date with Ashley, and Buddy escapes his torturer only to deal with an arsonist.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Frequency brings out the cop drama in full force, but that’s the least interesting element of the show.
Season 6, Episode 6 – In the sixth installment of American Horror Story, the show changes to explore the actors who portrayed the real characters lives after My Roanoke Nightmare aired, and the producer Sidney’s big idea to return to the house during a Blood Moon to film a follow up reality series.
Private eye comedy Pigeon at Fox has booked Workaholics creator and star Anders Holm for the lead role. The series hails from The Office‘s scribes Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky.
Legal drama Mrs. V. Mr. from Ridley Scott and David Zucker is in the works at CBS. Brett Mahoney, who is an executive producer on Macgyver and Code Black, is writing the pilot and will executive produce.
In a timely move, Tom McCarthy, director of this year’s Best Picture winner Spotlight, and Jason Blum, known for producing horror films, are teaming up for an untitled miniseries on the former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.
Season 3, Episode 3 – This week’s episode of The Flash sees Harrison Wells’ return as well as a new metahuman to cause problems for Barry as he takes the first steps forward in personal life. With unexpected help, Barry goes forth once again as Central City’s guardian in more ways than one as The Flashpoint Paradox continues.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Bri honeypots a young Devyn to escape the compound in the Aftermath while Aunt Sally is attacked by a tiny new threat and the Copelands discover an airfield with pens full of angry feverheads run by a special forces buddy from Karen’s past.
Season 3, Episode 2 – “Breaking Chains” finds the status quo changed for Eddie and his brothers as this week’s Fresh Off the Boat finds everyone accepting various changes in their lives. With summer coming to a close and a new school year beginning the three brothers must learn to adapt accordingly including Jessica, whose none too pleased.
Season 2, Episode 4 – After Chad Radwell’s shocking death on the last episode of Scream Queens, how will the rest of the hospital staff grieve? And is a Halloween party really the best way to find the killer behind the mask?
Season 1, Episode 3 – No Tomorrow builds on its characters and their relationships in “No Doubt.” With the first big road bump in Evie and Xavier’s relationship, the show continues to play with its eccentric personalities in fun and interesting ways.