The X-Files moves forward while looking back, and does it with enough Easter eggs and other goodies to satisfy its fans. Sunday may have been a shaky start, but Monday brings us back where we belong.
From the nice people at Cracked.com, here are five TV reunions that not only failed to recapture the magic but quickly descended into prostitution, slavery, and death.
The X-files is back and we really want to believe it’s good, but the Scully in us has doubts.
Worlds collide at Downton Abbey when a lunch guest reveals a surprising connection, and everyone remembers how great Sybil was. Mary vows to be a better human being. Anna smiles.
Because these days, a zombie plot is a rite of passage for every prime time television show . . . kind of like bar mitzvahs, or a girl’s first period . . .
From our friends at AgonyBooth.com, join Captain Kirk and crew for a terrifying tale of jihad in outer space as only the old Star Trek animated series could tell it.
“Childish Things” (S1 E10) Winn’s dad AKA the Toyman appears at long last. Was it worth the wait? Knowing this show, do you even have to ask?
Winn’s dad AKA the Toyman appears at long last. Was it worth the wait? Knowing this show, do you even have to ask?
Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens has (unfortunately) been renewed for season 2. Scream Queen’s Chanel Oberlin gives the scoop on the renewal and gloats. Mostly gloats.
“It’s only two hours long, which is about standard for today, but it’s two hours that drag on longer than the last 15 minutes of class before summer vacation.”
Will Elsie get the wedding she wants? The one where it’s about her and not the house? This episode is all about people not saying how they really feel and/or saying EXACTLY how they really feel.
This week on Galavant, GANG WARS! A DRAGON! DADDY ISSUES! A FAILED REVOLUTION! A HALTED WEDDING! A DECLARATION OF VENGEANCE! It’s all so very Game of Thrones. Galavant even gets Jon Snow-ed in the end . . .
Binge-watch this long-running teen show on Netflix this week, so you can embrace your inner whiny teenager, brush up on your use of clever hashtags, and, of course, practice your Canadian accent. Not a bad way to spend five hours, ey?
Fans today might be under the impression the historic Kirk-Uhura kiss resulted in boycotts, death threats, and mass hysteria, but the contemporary record tells a different story.
It’s been over 20 years since “Friends” went off the air and we are finally getting that reunion special we’ve been waiting for since the gang left Central Perk. Except, it’s not going to a real reunion episode. No one told us life was going to be this way…
“Nora Clavicle and the Ladies’ Crime Club” (S3 E19) It’s the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward, and what better way to celebrate than by recapping an episode where it really shows its age?
It’s the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward, and what better way to celebrate than by recapping an episode where it really shows its age?
The truth about Premium Abrasax is revealed and it’s exactly what we figured out 30 minutes ago. Also, Titus Abrasax shows his romantic side by trying to get with his mom’s identical twin.
Kate del Castillo, the mystery woman behind Sean Penn’s travesty of journalism is no mystery to her gazillions of fans, and she’s about to get even bigger.
Tony and the gang give LSD to the entire prison with hopelessly unfunny results, and we learn there’s nothing like the love between Frank Gorshin and his seven foot tall giant.