Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
Season 2, Episode 20 – On this week’s Supergirl, Jimmy connects with a telekinetic race that’s being manipulated by Queen Rhea. As Lena and Rhea work together on the portal, Rhea’s endgame becomes clearer.
Season 2, Episode 15 – Lucifer struggles to light the flaming sword and goes to elementary school to learn emotional self-control when the head of admissions is stabbed in the back. Charlotte has a devastating, sword related secret and Amenadiel spirals into depression. Chloe discovers Trixie has her own secret feelings she’s been hiding from her parents.
Season 3, Episode 17 – Ivy helps Penguin recruit a couple of freaks and returns to Gotham while Riddler builds his brand, kidnaps Mayor James, and exposes the Court of Owls. Barbara’s thirst for power and control alienates Tabitha. Gordon meets Kathryn and earns his mask and seat at the table while Lee seeks evidence to destroy his career.
Season 3, Episode 5 – Tonight’s episode of Better Call Saul is basically a classic courtroom drama in the vein of Perry Mason. Will Jimmy be disbarred from practicing law in New Mexico, or can he and Kim find a way to save himself and his career?
Season 3, Episode 18 – Well, well, well. Things are heating up on Jane the Virgin. Jane gets her wish – a fling with Fabian. Ro and Xo start thinking about an extravagant wedding – something they both really want. And Mateo asks how he was created – oh, boy.
Season 2, Episode 21 – It was a fast paced and plenty fun first half of this week’s Quantico but a quieter and slow second half. Still it ended on an exciting development that sets up the season finale next week well.
Season 1, Episode 13 – In its first season, Superior Donuts has revealed itself to be a lazy show relying on cheap sentimentality, with an unwillingness to actually engage with any of the issues it brings up. Why should the finale be any different?
The popular USA series Psych is making a comeback for a movie, aptly titled Psych: The Movie, reuniting the original cast and creator. The show, which ended in 2014 after eight seasons, will premiere the two-hour movie at the holiday season.
Jennifer Morrison, the star of ABC’s fairytale family show Once Upon a Time, took to social media Monday morning to announce that she will not be returning for a seventh season if the show gets renewed, leaving the future of the show up in the air in multiple ways.
Season 1, Episode 2 – This week on American Gods, Shadow dives deeper in Mr. Wednesday’s world, when he’s approached by another unfriendly new god. Later, Shadow and Mr. Wednesday end up a bit over their heads (literally) when they make the wrong deal with a man who was supposed to be an ally. Do you homework people, that makes these episodes even more intriguing to watch.
Season 2, Episodes 2-4 – The Sensates continue their battle with Whispers and the mysterious BTO company. Will leads the charge to catch Whispers while the other all use their individual skills to keep each other safe and even connect with others like them.
Season 1, Episode 8 – In this week’s episode of Making History, we’re immediately greeted by the trio, John Hancock, Samuel Adams and Melanie Barzoon (Deborah’s friend). In a twist of fate it turns out Samuel and John have a crush on Melanie. Hilarious!
Season 6, Episode 4 – In another very funny episode, Team Meyer, now including Amy, deals with rumors that Selina might be nominated for the Supreme Court and a health scare, while Jonah once again manages to fail upwards.
Season 4, Episode 3 – Richard finds unlikely helper in his quest to creating a new and open internet. Meanwhile, Erlich works on turning Jian Yang’s Octopus recipe app into something that people will actually want to buy.
Season 1, Episode 4 – This week on The White Princess, Duchess Margaret of Burgundy threatens war, as Lizzie and several other women of the Tudor household must decide where their loyalties lie.
Season 2, Episode 12 – With Axe about to be arrested on Billions, he spends the day planning on how to both get out of the mess he’s in, and change his life once he gets through it. Chuck has made huge sacrifices to see Axe in jail, but has he covered his tracks sufficiently, or has he left a loose thread that could unravel all of his future plans?
Season 3, Episode 4 – Nora and Kevin head to Australia as their relationship reaches a critical junction in this episode of The Leftovers. Has the compartmentalization of their neurosis kept their relationship strong, or are they on the precipice of drifting apart? Kevin finds someone from his past, but they may not be who he thinks they are.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Eli takes Jeannie to look for the oil seepage she passed while searching for help from the Sedicios. Meanwhile, Charles lusts to avenge his family for the attack on their home, and is willing to go outside the McCullough clan for help.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Well, isn’t this interesting? Guerrilla is giving me life now. I feel like John Ridley’s pen may be revealing something I’ve been feeling all along – Jas is a fraud. Marcus puts it best when he says that she, an immigrant, was to be celebrated while he, a Black man, wants to liberate Black people. Hmph.
Season 3, Episodes 17-18 – Plenty of our questions are answered in the season (maybe series) finale of The Last Man on Earth, with cameos, little miracles and big disasters. Balancing all of it with stellar work from the supporting cast, the double shot is a worthy finish for season three.
Season 1, Episode 11 – If a bit more far-fetched than usual, this episode of Training Day was still a solid and emotional episode that set things up for the two episode finale very well.
Season 10, Episode 4 – In this week’s Doctor Who, the Doctor is on the case when Bill moves into an old house with an odd landlord and a forbidden tower. What’s in the creaking floorboards? Why do roommates keep disappearing? And can they find out the truth before they’re trapped inside the house forever?
Jimmy Kimmel’s recent monologue gave us all something to think about and gave us a personal prism through which to view it, thus allowing us to truly feel something genuine and true, while also forcing us to ponder how it is we react to such a thing. There’s something refreshing about that,
when entertainment can do more than just entertain.
Season 1, Episode 12 – Riverdale finally reveals who killed Jason Blossom in “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder.” With a lot of big reveals, the show leaves one question unanswered: what’s left for the season finale?
Season 2, Episode 22 – Superstore ends its great second season with an impressive episode. Relationships are pushed forward when a freak tornado threatens the store, all while the employees are still processing the corporate mandated layoffs.
As the war for the iron throne is entering the final act, and final seasons, HBO is not ready to say goodbye to Game of Thrones and has put four different series in development based on the Westeros universe.
Season 5, Episode 20 – On this week’s Arrow, Oliver and Felicity are trapped in the bunker by Prometheus and fight to get out. From the outside, Diggle, Lyla and team try to help.
ABC’s three major drama pickups last year — Notorious, Conviction, and Time After Time — failed to connect with audiences and critics alike. Channing Dungey must really be feeling the pressure to deliver.
Season 1, Episode 7 – In the 7th installment of Shots Fired we finally get to what we’ve all been thinking that maybe Ashe and Preston aren’t really doing the best job in Gate Station. It’s clear that everyone in Gate Station has been super suspicious of the investigation and the attention to the Jesse Carr case.