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CBS, please renew this little gem of a show so that I have an hour each week that I know will just be fun. Not gritty. Not so OMG twisty that I need to take notes. Just good fun. How did Limitless end it’s good fun freshman season? With #squadgoals. What did you expect?
The nice thing about Limitless is that the writers really do understand the tropes of TV procedurals, and they’re pretty consistently adept at subverting them. So I’m patiently waiting for the payoff to some of those tropes from last night’s “Finale: Part One!”
Sandwiched between two off weeks, I was prepared for a crazy amazing Rebecca-centric episode that propelled us forward. Instead, we as viewers treaded water while Rebecca’s suspicions were generally confirmed.
Oh God bless you, Limitless! You’re back! This is the show I fell for last year, with tight & smart pacing, fun & unusual cases, and an engaging season arc that didn’t feel tacked on for the dramazzz.
After a couple weeks of some very ADHD episodes, Limitless got itself together and focused on one story without trying to meld multiple homages together. They also brought back Georgina Haig as Piper. She’s probably the most interesting recurring character in the series.
Sea Smoke Entertainment is partnering with Good Universe on a new thriller from Buried scribe Chris Sparling.
Something has happened since Limitless returned from hiatus. After a couple episodes that were fantastic, the soon-to-be-renewed freshman drama seems to have developed a late-onset case of ADHD.
If you ever wanted to know what’s really up with the mysterious Mr. Sands, here’s your chance. In a jam-packed character history hour, we get to find out precisely what made Mr. Sands into the cold, intimidating man he is today.
In advance of its July release, DreamWorks has nabbed the rights to the horror-thriller novel about a couple whose house-swap vacation doesn’t go as planned, leaving them with the unsettling feeling that there’s now something sinister about their own home.
Buffy Summers is a kick-ass character, sure. But next to charismatic, conniving, confident Kathryn Merteuil of Cruel Intentions, she’s just another chosen one.
Even if Deadpool dropped 90% from its boffo opening weekend, it would still easily maintain the top spot this week against little competition from new releases and no competition from last week’s class. The thing to watch is the battle between The Witch and Risen, each vying to see if they can knock Kung Fu Panda 3 out of second.
As usual, Limitless delivers on the easy-to-enjoy procedural front, but this was an episode that could have been so much more. “Undercover!” melded a spy movie with a “here’s how it all went down” structure, and it needed to just stuck with one or the other.
ABC Entertainment Group President Paul Lee is stepping down and ABC’s head of drama Channing Dungey will take over, suggesting ABC’s drama slate is on solid ground but potentially marking a shift in its comedy focus.
We were wrong. Everyone was wrong. Deadpool was obviously going to be #1 by a mile, but it turns out that mile was actually more like five miles. And then some. At $152 million for the four-day holiday, the “Merc with a Mouth” left barely a record standing.
The producer behind Goosebumps and The Golden Compass is developing the best-selling YA series as part of Silvertongue’s first look deal with Universal.
Paramount just announced the dates for the next three Transformers movies, showing some major confidence in putting them up against big releases from Warner Bros.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like an ultra-violent, unflinchingly crude, red spandex-wearing, “don’t call him a hero” mercenary. Ryan Reynold’s buzzy Deadpool finally hits theaters this weekend, and all estimates have it destroying the competition over the long holiday weekend.
Hailed as a breath of fresh air, David Arnold’s debut novel Mosquitoland captured readers last year. Now, Broad Green Pictures has picked up the popular young adult road trip novel for a feature adaptation.
With another fun case and real progress on the season arc, Limitless has to be the best procedural on television. I’m not saying it needs to win Emmys or that it’s the best show on TV period, but name one other procedural that is as entertaining, irreverent, and self-aware.
The California Film Commission announced the 13 productions that will receive a portion of the $56.9 million in tax credits up for grabs under the recently re-vamped incentive program. Among them is Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut A Star Is Born.