If seeing him show up on Arrow got you curious about Constantine, but you never got around to watching it on NBC before it was canceled, you can now check out the one season series on The CW Seed.
Could someone tell me why people keep pitching sci-fi shows to Fox in the first place?
Spoilers for tonight's season one (possibly series) finale. And the whole season. And light Spoilers for Fringe.
Tonight's Almost Human opens with Rudy accessing Dorian's "processing drive." Rudy tells Dorian he just had to defragment his flash storage.
I'm from the UK, so I'm going to cite two examples here of things that baffle the hell out of me about the American approach to television.
Just wanted to get this up ahead of the 6th Almost Human recap:
This week's Almost Human episode was the sort of future cop show I wanted to see. Spoilers ahead.
So I feel like Rob isn't giving Almost Human a fair shake. I'm not saying that it's terrific, and I agree with some of Rob's criticisms, but it seems like he is trying too hard to convince everyone how terrible the show is.
No spoilers here, but on the show they use police tape that is holographic or a laser or something. The field turns green when John and Dorian walk through it, but I want to see what it does when an unauthorized person goes through it. Does it sound an alarm or taser them? I want to see this on the show!
was like a future version of...(possible spoiler)
No spoilers for anyone watching now, but maybe if you're sensitive to them and planning to watch later.
I am liking Almost Human. Much more than Rob Bricken is, it seems... Who else is watching?
Just finished watching the first episode. No spoilers.