I don’t like how AMC started this whole trend where shows take a three to six month break right in the middle of their season, effectively making two season finales and two season openers. I feel cheated. I understand that it’s good for business and stretches their seasons out a little (like Agents of SHIELD is 22…
With the season 2 finale, Outlander really succeeds in putting us in Claire’s shoes - we spent so long invested in the 1700s only to have it ripped away from us at the last second in favor of the 1900s. Oh show, you’re so meta.
In the latest instance of CBS trying to this show off faster than ID counterfeiters in a t-boned car, Person of Interest is airing two episodes tonight, starting an hour early. Spoilers for “QSO” and “Reassortment” in the comments.
Friday’s Grimm season 5 finale ends with a lot of changes to the status quo of Portland, and Nick and his allies and enemies. Spoilers after the break.
Friday’s Grimm picks up right where the previous episode ended, with Nick extremely pissed off, and ready to go after Black Claw hard. Spoilers after the break.
Due to CBS’s decision to air POI twice a week, welcome to the Monday premiere of POI. Spoilers in the comments.
Welcome back, Clone Club. Let’s all hope that Sarah can con her way into a job with good dental coverage sooner rather than later. Spoilers in the comments.
The smartest show on television is back. At the end of Season 4, Person of Interest left its cast in dire straits: The Machine is in a box; Samaritan agents are gunning for Finch, Reese, and Root; Shaw is missing; Fusco saw the city’s two crime kingpins assassinated before his eyes. Season 5 starts right where…
Black Claw continues its infiltration of Portland, and tries to get some power players on its side, while HW investigates Diana’s “liberation” and Wu deals with a slight case of lycanthropy. Spoilers after the break.
On the latest Grimm, Nick and Hank get put on a case that makes the de-aging cream one not seem so bad anymore, and everyone has something to hide. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, Nick and Hank’s case involves a samurai looking furry wesen, while a lot is going on with the various conspiracies among the wesen world of Portland. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, seeing is believing, except when wesen are involved. Nick and Hank are on another case involving a wesen using their woge-face to trick people into believing, and Eve continues to investigate how involved Renard is with Black Claw in his run for mayor. Spoilers after the break.
Lots of stuff happening on iZombie, leading up to next week’s 2 hour (!) finale. Let’s just get to it. Here’s the promo, spoilers after the break.
On last night’s Grimm, Nick, Hank, and Wu have to work a case that takes them away from the stuff we actually care about like what’s happening with Renard, HW and Black Claw. Spoilers after the break.
In the name of love (yep, got the song stuck in my head, and misery loves company). On last night’s iZombie, the various stories continue to move forward at a pretty quick pace, even tying in Liv and Clive’s case of the week, and providing Liv a chance to team up with Peyton. Here’s the promo, spoilers after the break.
On last night’s Grimm, ongoing plotlines continue to converge, but first Nick has 3 nights to deal with what would be an interesting case, if it didn’t get in the way of the grander story arch. Spoilers after the break.
On the last iZombie, Blaine had his throat slit by Mr. Boss, or rather one of his henchmen, and then was dumped into a shallow grave, that he crawled back out of, as a zombie. Now we get to see what happens next, and also he and Liv eat some scientist brain. Here’s the promo, spoilers after the break.
On Limitless, Brian returns from his trip to face a new reality at his job with the FBI, and his arrangement with Morra and Sands, and still helps solve a case possibly involving 3D-printed organs. Here’s the promo, making sure we know Bradley Cooper is making an appearance, spoilers after the break.
I was not emotionally prepared for that shit.
Last week’s Grimm was a an episode of discovering new items, information and changes. This week’s Grimm is about keeping all those things hidden, some of which is a good idea, and some of which is clearly going to blow up in someone’s face. And on top of that we get a pretty interesting case of the week. Spoilers…