Category Archives: TV Reviews
The second season of Tin Star amps into a violent, campy, soap opera.
The finale of True Detective played out in an unexpected, yet completely gratifying way, showing that Pizzolatto’s sophomore slump in season two was not the nail in True Detective’s coffin that critics exclaimed it to be.
With only one episode left of this season of True Detective, links to past seasons surface, and the mysterious person pulling all of the strings of the Purcell cover up reveals themself.
Wayne is in a race against time, trying to get to the truth before the further shadowing of his memories closes that door once and for all.
The season finale of Outlander sets up intrigue for next season, but will the series learn from its missteps this season and refocus when it returns?
David Milch co-wrote this explosive episode of True Detective, as Wayne and Woodard’s lives collide.
The Purcell case weighs on and influences all of Wayne’s relationships. Can he find redemption and solve the case before his memory gives out?
An emotional and moving scene featuring side characters in the penultimate episode of Outlander, shows just how far off the rails this season has gone.
True Detective’s two-hour season three premiere is a tour-de-force showcase of Mahershala Ali’s incredible range, as well as this season’s preoccupation with time, memory, and the fluidity of both.
Brianna must dodge Aunt Jocasta’s ambitions to marry her off, while Roger’s fate hangs in the balance.
With only three episodes left, there’s a lot of work that needs to be done to redeem this season. The only question is whether there are enough twists and turns to make the previous nine episode slog worthwhile.
Brianna and Jamie meet for the first time, but their relationship may soon be on the rocks due to a misunderstanding.
This episode features one of the darkest plot twists in Outlander history, and that’s saying a lot.
The return of Tobias Menzies helps soften the blow of a Claire and Jamie-less Outlander episode, and distract from Sophie Skelton’s flat performance when Brianna and Roger’s adventures take center stage.
Outlander spins its wheels in an episode that doesn’t seem to move the season’s story forward.
This episode of Outlander uses its time to set up a couple of conflicts that will play out as the season unfolds, setting expectations of tension incredibly high as an old friend of Claire and Jamie is reintroduced.
This week’s episode of Outlander investigates the connection between community and its ability to keep the inner beasts of mankind at bay.
Claire and Jamie leave Aunt Jocasta’s, and Claire finds something that may hold the key to helping her understand what makes time travel possible on Outlander.
Jamie has a lot to learn about the customs and ways of the people in this new country he intends to call home. His time at Aunt Jocasta’s will give him a hard lesson about America and freedom.
Droughtlander is finally over! The season picks up four months after Claire and Jamie wash up on the shores of America. The New World poses new problems for the couple since they find themselves far away from their Scottish home, yet still under the thumb of British rule. America is a beautiful, yet troubled place (it still is for that matter) and does not shy away from confronting America’s troubled history within the narrative of the premiere.
“Barry feels like something Shane Black might’ve written, but rather than being big, broad and commercial like Black’s early hits, it’s more in line with the crime comedies he’s been making of late, such as Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and The Nice Guys,” writes Jeff Sneider.
Season 2, Episodes 1-13 – The second season of Jessica Jones is perfectly adequate. The story is fine. The character development is fine. It’s aesthetically gorgeous. But it lacks the depth and relevance of the first season in a few crucial ways that leave this feeling pretty basic rather than transformative.
Apple previously announced orders for a drama starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, a comedy with Kristen Wiig, and the Amazing Stories reimagining from Steven Speilberg and Bryan Fuller.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Lucy, Wyatt, and Rufus are back on Timeless attempting to stop Rittenhouse from creating a tyrannical world that only benefits its members.
Season 2, Episodes 1-10 – Created by Jason Katims and inspired by the book Drama High by Michael Sokolove, Rise is about an English teacher who feels unfilled with his current position and decides to lead the drama program.
Season 1, Episodes 1-10 – Giovanni Ribisi is back as Marius Josipovic, the con artist with a heart of gold. Still masquerading as his old cell mate Pete Murphy, Marius suddenly finds himself on the hook to Serbian gangsters for 11 million dollars, and he needs all his old friends to keep himself and his new family alive.
Season 1, Episodes 1-3 – With most comedies, the pilot is rough and they spend their first season working out the kinks, but that’s not the case in Mindy Kaling’s new series.
Season 1, Episodes 1-5 – Crackle’s new series highlights a corrupt gang world within the police force. What should be something we’ve seen many times before ultimately flips the script but fails to dive deep into the interesting ensemble.
Season 3, Episodes 1-4 – In its most captivating installment yet, Hap and Leonard displays a newfound focus and maturity, alongside invigorating new cast members.
Season 1, Episodes 1-2 – Stella finds out she’s no longer going to die in six to eight months, but also learns that basically every part of her life up to that moment has been a lie.