Needless to say, I have been thinking a lot about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s season finale. As well, I’ve also been thinking about the first season finale of The Good Place. Both went to super dark places that with twists that were unexpected, but you could see the show laying the groundwork for beforehand. And the more I…
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but...I kind of love this show.
Michael Schur’s thirteen episode fantasy comedy ended its first season today with a special one-hour presentation. The show, about a woman named Eleanor (Kristen Bell) who died and finds herself mistakenly in “the Good Place” when she wasn’t really that good in life, ended with a bombshell of a twist. So let’s talk…
Look, okay, yes, NBC’s Powerless does kind of look like a trashfire of comedy cliches. But they totally didn’t make up a brand new Wayne cousin! He’s just from the Silver Age of Comics and only made one appearance!
Tonight was the two-hour premiere of Emerald City, NBC’s grim-and-gritty adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s Oz books. All ten episodes of the season are directed by Tarsem Singh (director of the masterpiece The Fall and other films that...aren’t so well regarded), so they certainly look visually interesting, but io9 has…
Timeless is a new NBC show from Shawn “The Shield” Ryan and Eric “The good seasons of Supernatural” Kripke that aired last night. How was it? It was...okay-ish.
I tried to find the perfect stock photo for this article and I think I have. It’s a child dressed as a pilot writing in his notebook. Not only is this a nice little pun on the word “pilot,” but it also gives me the distinct impression that all the network executives are children just randomly eenie-meenie-miney-moeing…
February 7th was James Spader’s 56th birthday. Let’s celebrate with some facts about this wonderful actor who brought Ultron to life,brought us the world of Stargate and is currently playing the magnificent bastard Raymond “Red” Reddington on NBC’s The Blacklist.
Hannibal's second season has taken us through Will Graham's ascent from broken prisoner to deliberate foil to Hannibal Lecter. Hannibal watches Graham's development with pride, as Will's darker impulses reach the surface. And then there's Mason Verger, who ate bits of his own face. So that happened. [Spoilers below.]
Along with releasing the Fall portion of the 2014-15 TV season NBC has released several trailers for their new upcoming series, of which include Constantine:
With upfronts starting next week we should hear about Community very soon.
The TV adaptation of Constantine starring Matt Ryan as the titular character has been picked up by NBC for the 2014-15 TV season. Bringing the total amount of DC based properties on live action TV to five across multiple networks. And to make things more interesting every single DC pilot made got picked up to series,…
Holy shit. Last night's episode must've been one of their best so far. Bryan Fuller truly can do few things wrong.
For the NBC comedy that pushed the bubble for what cable comedy could be, with the eccentric Dan Harmon at the helm, Community could now be cleared for a real-life full-fledged movie. #SixSeasonsAndAMovie
So the final episode of Community season five has aired. Overall I enjoyed the episode and it was a great end to the season.
I wonder what delicious meals Hannibal has in store for us.