Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
Season 1, Episode 3 – It’s a race against time as Shaun and Claire must keep a liver viable for transplant as their transport back to San Jose Hospital is delayed.
Season 6, Episode 5 – Mindy and the rest of the staff at their practice are shocked to learn a secret about Beverly’s past.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Dalton’s force heads to Mexico for their most ambitious undertaking yet, and the mission becomes personal for a member of the team.
Season 1, Episode 2 – The second episode, while containing a handful of better gags than the pilot, is still abysmal and should be avoided at all costs.
Season 1, Episode 2 – The Gifted uses its second episode to better establish character while also strengthening its narrative through creative uses of superpowers and a more goal-oriented plot.
Season 3, Episode 2 – Lucifer runs into Sinner Man road blocks while Chloe and Dan investigate the murder of a struggling comedian involving his jokes notebook and a micro-secret.
Season 1, Episode 1 – In an uneven debut, we meet Warrant Officer Nora Madani and her co-pilot, Captain Leland Gallo, in the wake of their cover-up of a mission gone wrong. Too wrapped up in lackluster character drama, one can only hope we get some plot clarity in future episodes.
After ending its initial run in 2002 after nine season, the Chris Carter-created show will be back on Fox with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson returning as agents Mulder and Scully.
Matt Ryan will reprise his role from the canceled NBC drama and CW Seed animated series in two episodes.
“It’s really not a story we see depicted a lot… but it’s an experience that I think is impotant for people to understand and talk about and showcase,” creator Kyle Jarrow tells Tracking Board of new CW drama.
Second season of girl-group musical drama will now feature 18 episodes.
Season 1, Episode 2 – The second episode of Ghosted is an improvement over its first, but the paranormal comedy still has some work to do.
Season 4, Episode 2 – A new character breathes some life into the series, but the episode lags, drags, and lacks in major laughs as the gang grapples with another potential catastrophe.
“This opening, which was filmed two months ago and which portrays an occurrence of gun violence that has sadly become all too common in our country, contains a sequence that some viewers might find traumatic,” FX says in statement.
Season 3, Episode 5 – Roger drops in unannounced on Claire and Brianna to tell them he’s found evidence of Jamie on Outlander.
Season 1, Episode 5 – The plot still moves in the tiniest of increments, but performances (especially of Gyllenhaal and Method Man) make this episode shine.
Season 9, Episode 2 – This week’s Curb finds Larry paranoid and desperate to shale the fatwa while contending with a hotel lobby manager over the use of tongs. All of this comes to a head in another hilarious episode.
Season 5, Episode 7 – The series finale ended on a high note with a final half hour that brought laughs, surprises, and wasn’t too heavy.
Season 3, Episode 14 – The second to last episode before the 2 hour season finale, “El Matadero” brings the death of an original cast member–and the death of another’s sobriety.
Season 1, Episode 2 – As new evidence emerges in Mia’s case, Tanner gets involved in the search for a missing child prodigy.
Season 2, Episode 4 – The origin of Lee Russell meets the emergence of Neal Gamby.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Star Trek: Discovery continues to excel, combining all the idealism of Star Trek’s core mission with contemporary serialized storytelling.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Zack Whedon pens a devastatingly moving portrait of loss in tonight’s Halt and Catch Fire.
Season 1, Episode 10 – The season finale brings surprises, laughs and emotion, and leaves on a note that will have you pumped for the second season.
Season 1, Episode 1-3 – A dark, uncomfortable look at one of Britain’s most famous serial killers, Rillington Place reminds us that the worst monsters are human.
Directed and exec. produced by David Fincher, the streaming series takes a look at the early days of the FBI’s use of serial killer profiling to find and stop future murders.
Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgard (“It”) and Melanie Lynskey are three of the actors from previous King adaptations playing new characters in the series expected in 2018. Andre Holland, Scott Glenn and Jane Levy also star.
After multiple actors have played Clancy’s popular CIA operative in movies, Ryan is being brought to the streaming service with Krasinski in the title role. The new series will be available to Amazon Prime subscribers sometime in 2018.
“It’s such an interesting episode for Claire and for Brianna, both their challenges and their emotional arcs,” executive producer Maril Davis tells Tracking Board.
Season 1, Episode 3 – The Inhumans introduces some new characters and a smidgen of interesting plot but overall continues to be scattered and lackluster.