Category Archives: TV Reviews
Season 1, Episode 4 – Dr. Melendez and the team are caught in a legal dilemma when a mother insists they go forward with a surgery that could save her baby but kill her.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Maze returns to “Lucifer” and hunts the most dangerous criminal wanted by the organized crime unit; a clever, soulless, manipulator.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Alex Riley connects his past, present, and future self with the love of the movies, and his family.
Season 1, Episode 4 – An action heavy episode, “Break Out” is a thrill from start to finish, but all action doesn’t equate to a perfect episode.
Season 1, Episode 3 – If you are slightly amused by the “Cool Hand Luke” allusion in the episodes title, that is the most amusement you will get from this episode.
Season 1, Episode 3 – “The Gifted” sputters on low momentum and starts denying characters agency for the sake of drama.
Season 4, Episode 3 – The third episode revives a lagging plot with legitimate laughter from guest stars, a quickened pace, and refreshing developments.
Season 1, Episode 3 – “Ghosted” still struggles to balance its stories, but “Whispers” is its funniest half hour to date.
Season 2, Episode 5 – From this point on, “Vice Principals” will never be the same. Lee’s failed birthday party is more than just comedic relief, it marks the nail-in-the-coffin for his reign over North Jackson High.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Sophe uncovers a serial killer – and Tanner uncovers a secret about Mia.
Season 1, Episode 5 – “Choose Your Pain” forces the Discovery crew to make hard choices in order to save their captain.
Season 9, Episode 3 – This week’s episode of Curb finds Larry’s fatwa taking an unexpected turn in only a way Curb can do.
Season 1, Episodes 1-4 – Mindhunter is the perfect balance of darkness and humor as the FBI learns what makes killers tick.
Season 2, Episode 1-2 – In a surprising turn for the show, the second season starts out strong with a tonal shift and a new, topically relevant political arc.
Season 4, Episode 9 – Halt and Catch Fire ends its run on a high note as Gordon’s death leads to new beginnings.
Season 1, Episode 12 – A typically terrific performance from Philip Baker Hall can’t save “My Love” from trite melodrama.
Season 2, Episode 1 – In a bizarre season opener that maybe rings a little too-true to Douglas Adams, Dirk and his team search to find the connections in their separate situations.
Season 3, Episode 15-16 – It was a tense, though flawed, conclusion to the shows finest season yet.
Season 1, Episode 6 – The series finally hits a stride as multiple storylines start to sync with the promise the show made at its outset.
There’s something evil on the island, and it’s drawing Marcus and Tomas in on “The Exorcist.”
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is back and Rebecca is plotting revenge with her friends against Josh.
Marvel’s “Inhumans” astoundingly keeps getting worse and it started out bad to begin with.
Keeping with the show’s improved streak, the team attempts to stop a nuclear bomb deal by performing the most challenging heist of their careers.
“Jane the Virgin” returns with a few new characters – a new narrator, a new love interest for Jane and a new actor playing Mateo.
Season 6, Episode 1 – In the “Arrow” season 6 premiere, Team Arrow deals with the fallout from the explosion on Lian Yu five months earlier.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Phil is the center of attention on “Better Things”, and she likes it that way, proven by the fact that she steps into a hole on purpose.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Amy deals with insecurities about parenting in the wake of divorce in an episode that feels more casually funny than usual.
Season 9, Episode 3 – Jack gets a job, Grace needs to update her emergency contact, and Karen helps out a young girl.
Season 2, Episode 3 – In a very topical third episode of the second season, the show’s comedic stylings shine as the team takes on sexual harassment in the workplace.
Season 1, Episode 6 – This episode is for all those Sci-Fi fans that want to watch Bortus eat a napkin.