Season 5, Episode 8 – The Americans take time off from their fake Kansas affairs and discover one of their targets has a little side action of her own. Oleg is ambushed by a KGB team searching for something they think he has while Stan and Aderholt make Sofia the deal of her lifetime. Paige continues her lessons in Beth-Fu.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Genius starts slow, introducing us to both young and old Albert Einstein as he struggles to find his place in academia, and later, struggles to escape an increasingly hostile Germany.
Season 5, Episode 4 – In the 4th installment of Prison Break the tension heats up with a prison break-in and a prison break-out. We finally get the no holding back episode we’ve been craving since the announcement of this series return.
Season 1, Episode 1-2 – Great News premiered this week with a promising two episodes. While the 30 Rock comparisons are inevitable, as the shows share an executive producer (Tina Fey), writer (creator Tracey Wigfield), and a similar setting, Great News is strong enough to stand on its own.
In a series of tweets, M. Night Shyamalan announced his next film as Glass, the sequel to both his 2000 film Unbreakable and this year’s Split, with several cast members confirmed to come back.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows us what the nine-nine would do if the precinct was about to close in “The Last Ride.” With the possibility of closure seemingly imminent, the team sets about their last day of work with the show’s typical humor.
Season 3, Episodes 5-7 – Bosch‘s third season stays strong with this middle batch of episodes, keeping the pace steady with over half a dozen different plots to track. It’s a slow ride but the acting and surprises make it worth it.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The series premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale is excellently crafted, adapted, and all too chillingly relevant.
Season 1, Episode 16 – The Mick kicks off another episode filled with mixed messages as Mickey and Jimmy accidentally teach the kids unimportant lessons in the most convoluted ways and Alba once again saves the day—and the funny.
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Season 3, Episode 19 – After a month off The Flash returns with an excellent episode that sends Barry back to the future to find some answers. Sadly, what he does find is a Central City at the mercy of Top and Mirror Master as well as a disbanded and broken Team Flash. Can Barry save the future as well get the answers he so desperately needs? Come find out!
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Season 1, Episodes 5-8 – Girlboss finds fun in mid-aughts music and nostalgia, but Sophia’s narcissism takes up too much space, leaving the other characters feeling flat.
Season 4, Episode 19 – Agents of SHIELD reveals motivation and takes a step toward escape in “All the Madame’s Men.” One group of our friends moves closer to freedom while another searches for the reason why they’re all trapped in a virtual prison. The episode moves the story forward just enough to set up some kind of conclusion.
Season 2, Episode 13 – A rather anti-climactic ending to the season, and most probably the series. Most of the main characters seem to be done for, except perhaps for Big Foster, who despite extraordinary betrayals and other such sins against his people, tries to lay claim to power.
Set in Japan, the story follows a boy’s odyssey in search of his dog. The voice cast includes Anderson regulars such as Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum and Bob Balaban, as well as Bryan Cranston, Scarlett Johansson, Liev Schreiber, Greta Gerwig and none other than Yoko Ono.
Lily James and Jai Courtney fall in love alongside Christopher Plummer in the new trailer for A24’s upcoming film The Exception.
Valley Girl remake taps Agents of SHIELD star and Into the Badlands gets picked up for a third season. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Willis plays Venice Beach P.I. Steve Ford, a detective who’s good with the ladies, bad with the punches, and wild about his dog Buddy. But when his beloved pet is stolen by local thugs, Steve makes a questionable alliance with their devious leader (Jason Momoa) and teams up with his best friend (John Goodman) to set things straight and get Buddy back where he belongs.
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Eleven-year-old Timmy and his polar bear sidekick Failure run their detective agency to make enough money so that Timmy’s mom won’t have to worry about paying the bills.
Launch Pad alums Michael Stark and Terrell T. Garrett are releasing a comic book series based on their 2013 Launch Pad script Wolverton about a thief who steals for good in turn of the century London.
The Tracking Board learned some juicy details about the movie, the future of the Guardians and their place in the MCU, and Pratt’s opinion about being sexually objectified.
Hidden Figures writer-director Ted Melfi has sold the dark, holiday comedy El Camino Christmas to Netflix. Melfi wrote the script with Chris Wehner and has lined up a solid cast for the ensemble.
Follows a young man who seeks out a father he has never met and, through no fault of his own ends up barricaded in a liquor sotre iwht five other people on Christmas Eve.
Written by Elyse Hollander, the script is set in the early ’80s in New York as young Madonna Louise Ciccone works on her first album, falls in love, and begins to find fame in a business that doesn’t always treat women very well.
Logline: tells the story of an ordinary group of women who did something extraordinary: 11,000 safe, illegal abortions in Chicago from 1968 to 1973.