Category Archives: Television News
Cole and Railly race against The Army of the 12 Monkeys to find the “nightroom.”
Round up of this weeks pilot, TV & series casting.
Rainn Wilson’s back with “hate-to-love him” cynical zealous, but Backstrom’s inherently misguided and unsure of itself.
A to Z ultimately went gentle into this good Thursday night. And it took NBC’s comedy prospects with it.
Elementary’s first midseason two-parter isn’t off to a bad start, but it really needs to stick the landing.
This week’s Empire juggles a ton of plots and will keep you cheering (or jeering) at your TV.
Ilana discovers her ‘white power suit’ may not be so great and Abbi gets no respect on this week’s Broad City.
Leslie and Ron are still fighting, but their friends have a plan to make them reconcile. Whether they want to or not.
Captain Cold is back, and he’s not alone. Barry has to pull his focus away from the past in order to save his city.
Supernatural’s formula just got boring. But at least Dean is still cool.
A character-driven episode of Jane the Virgin ends on a worrisome note.
The new shows coming to Netflix in February and the ones getting the axe.
Glee, Outlander, Arrow, The Flash, and more to make a showing at PaleyFest 2015.
Katrina and Ichabod go on a date that ends in blood while Abbie deals with the living dead.
The proof is in the… Purse? Castle gets his own case during this week’s brand new episode.
Galavant gives us monks and stoned wizards this week, but what it needs is a King Richard spinoff.
Girls haters will find a lot of ammunition in Iowa, from a confusion of themes to some frustratingly
The 12 Monkeys premiere presents time out of joint.
Girl Meets World is a lot like its parent show, but it can’t measure up.
In a word, underwhelming. In a letter, D. Andrew’s dad comes for a visit in a less-than-memorable outing.
This week’s Elementary will be made or broken by next week’s Elementary.
“Empire” packs a serious punch, combining intense melodrama with social relevance for a wild ride.
The girls on “Broad City” are gross, they make a lot of dick jokes, they are cheap as hell and they smoke a lot of weed. They are perfect.
Dre and the family weather the winter in style, hinting that this year “Black-ish” will really earn its stripes.
Logline: Set in the volatile world of 17th century Massachusetts, Salem witches are real, but they are not who or what they seem.