Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
The peacock network has set their fall premiere dates with the week of September 25 kicking off a week of new seasons. Will & Grace revival will take its place, unsurprisingly, in the heart of NBC’s Thursday night lineup with the 9pm slot.
Season 4, Episode 9 – After Erlich makes his less than grand departure to seek guidance and wisdom from a surprising friend, the guys set out to enact their stealth operation at Hooli-Con and find themselves again, at the mercy of Richard’s pettiness. This time though, Jared has had enough and let’s that be known.
Season 1, Episode 8 – You guys, this episode was one of my favorite episodes of television history. All is finally revealed for Shadow, who finally learns the true extent of Mr. Wednesday’s power, Laura receives a revelation that will leave us wondering if this story will be able to continue forwards this season, AND the New Gods stop playing nice.
Season 2, Episode 2 – Wynonna Earp fights demon bugs squatting in her old high school, while Doc blackmails Lucado, upgrades the lab, and hires staff for his favorite saloon. Lucado finds team Earp as difficult to manage as Dolls is to kill. Waverly discovers deep hate and a disturbing secret in Willa’s diary. Jeremy finds his place on the team as Doc’s tech sidekick.
Season 1, Episode 2 – I’ve been waiting for a show to really get into for a while one that delivers and still keeps me guessing. Claws is that show at least for me and everyone else who can’t get enough of the ladies especially Desna.
Season 6, Episode 9 – The penultimate episode of Veep wraps up some of the supporting cast’s storylines and finds Selina going from her lowest to highest point post-presidency.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Part seven of Twin Peaks is the most accessible episode to date, as the show really begins to hit its stride. There are a lot more questions to be asked once Hawk has found the missing pages of Laura’s diary, and both Evil Cooper and Dougie have big moments that change the momentum of their story.
Season 3, Episode 4 – The return of Daniel is official, and we get to see what he’s been up to since we last left him, in one of the best Fear the Walking Dead episodes ever!
Season 5, Episode 2 – Orphan Black brings us one step closer to the end in “Clutch of Greed.” When Sarah is unwilling to accept Rachel’s conditional peace offering, she learns that the decision to cooperate is not always up to her.
Season 10, Episode 10 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, the Doctor and Bill venture to Scotland, 120 AD, to discover the fate of the lost ninth legion of the Roman empire. What they discover is the remains of the legion and a monster hellbent on destroying it and the world it has been released upon.
With no Hangover-sized comedy tickling the world’s funny bone on the big screen, audiences may turn to Netflix for a few laughs.
Season 5, Episodes 10-13 – Season five of Orange is the New Black ends much stronger than it started, thanks in large part to the character at the core of all the emotion.
Graphic novel Brazen by Penelope Bagieu is headed for the small screen with Agat Films & Cie and Silex Films picking up the project for 30 episodes, each three minutes long, highlighting female figures around the world in history.
Insurgent and The Babysitter scribe Brian Duffield is reuniting with Awesomeness for the one-hour Olive Forever which has netted a pilot order from USA Network.
Season 3, Episode 4 – When I looked at the title for the most recent The Carmichael Show episode I cringed inside because who didn’t see this coming?! It’s overdue honestly especially for a show like this.
Season 3, Episode 3 – In the 3rd installment of The Carmichael Show, we take on yet another hard subject death. Unlike any other sitcom on television, we not only get hard truths but it’s funny.
Season 3, Episode 9 – The penultimate episode of season three of Fargo delivers long anticipated face to face confrontations and sets things up for an intense finale.
Creator and star of YouTube’s Smosh, Anthony Padilla, gave an emotional goodbye to fans today as he announced his exit from the digital juggernaut. Padilla founded Smosh with Ian Hecox in 2006 before expanding into a brand in 2012.
Season 1, Episode 8 – We return to Albert and Elsa being interrogated by Geist to acquire their U.S. visas as they attempt to escape Nazi Germany.
Season 1, Episode 10 – The first season of The Handmaid’s Tale ends on a strong note of resistance, leaving everything up in the air for next year.
Season 3, Episode 11 – iZombie teams Liv, Blaine, and Don E. to a montage-a-trois when our favorite zom-trio devour the same conspiracy obsessed brain. Ravi opens his heart and mouth to Rachel, while Shawna feeds her Tumblr constant updates from Fort Lust. Baracus surges in the mayoral race and Chase Graves discovers Harley’s forest lair, but misses his secret outhouse, and it’s ironic secrets.
Season 1, Episodes 6-9 – This middle stretch of episodes of Orange is the New Black avoid the mistakes of the first few, focusing on character moments that we want to see.
Jenji Kohan’s carefully orchestrated dramedy transcends the world of badass, big-haired women wrestlers and taps into socially relevant topics and a portrayal of female relationships that’s honest and mature as much as it’s satirical and hilarious — and the fact that it is all set in a very ’80s world of opaque hosiery, side ponytails, and blue eye shadow makes it all the better.
Season 3, Episode 6 – In Casual, the moral complexities of the characters have reached a point where nothing makes sense. Valerie is selfish beyond belief and justified with every ridiculous decision she makes. Even Alex, usually a beacon of rationality is forced to contend with his new employees that report him to HR for talking to them about Hawaii.
Season 3, Episode 9 – With Jimmy running out of money on Better Call Saul, he pulls off an elaborate manipulation that’ll line his pockets for a long time. Something Jimmy set in place a few episodes back rears its head to cause a rift between Howard and Chuck, and Kim is burning the candle at both ends, which may have serious consequences.