“Fight or Flight” (S1 E03) Supergirl reveals to the world that she’s Superman’s cousin (which the world somehow didn’t already know) and becomes the target of an old Superman foe.
Is it sweeps week? This “ripped from the headlines” episode not only skewers the Duggars, but also manages to revive a conspiracy theory we all secretly hope is true. Plus stunt-casting!
Grace is obsessed with connecting her dead mother to the Kappa Killings. Too bad the evidence she digs up is flimsy at best and boring at worst.
Every been really mad at someone so you go beat up their cousin? No? Then maybe you’re not supervillain material. But Reactron is!
When all tribes become one, multiple players take advantage of captive audiences and we witness the evolution of post-alliance gameplay.
It’s a Britney Spears guest appearance, b*tch! Plus, Xiomara’s past gets in the way of Alba’s future, and Jane is once again undecided who she loves… other than Britney Spears.
“Of course, sequels are a big way for Hollywood to keep revenue up, but some movies are being designed with sequels in mind before they’ve even proven there’s interest in a series.”
It’s midterm time at Quantico! Meanwhile, in the future, Team Alex finds the twins, someone takes a bullet, and it looks like the team may be down a couple of members, but are they any closer to solving the mystery?
The Good, The Bad, and The Drunky – HNTP Reviews the Best and Worst Fictional Watering Holes on the Small Screen
Want to enjoy all the benefits of good booze and an awesome night of bar-hopping without the inevitable hangover and humiliation that comes from poor life choices made? HNTP is here to help! We review seven of television’s most notorious watering holes and help you to decide whether they are worth your hard-earned happy hour dollars.
This week on Homeland, Carrie goes to Saul for help, but doesn’t get the answer she was expecting.
‘Cause there ain’t no one for to give you no pain, except the makers of this movie. It’s the penultimate installment of Ishtar!
This week on Once, we get to meet sexy Merlin’s crazy ex girlfriend, Emma finds a spark in the most PG-13 of places, Zelena makes morons out of the entire cast for the millionth time, Arthur continues to suck royally, and all the Biggest Assholes on the Planet get together and throw a kickass rager in Emma’s basement.
Introducing the Red Lady from Corabee/a nursery rhyme monster as scary as can be/she attacks and she stings and she makes you crazy/when she haunts the good people of Sleepy (…Hollow)
If NBC doesn’t want him, the CW is more than happy to welcome Constantine to its superhero universe. And he’s on a mission to save Sara’s soul.
Sinclair tries to pin Nate for murder while Annalise defends a crazy stalker. This is great time for Laurel and Oliver to shine–if anyone will let them.
Penguin crashes Theo’s election party, because it ain’t a Gotham party until at least a dozen random bystanders are brutally murdered.
Barry is caught between his past and future girlfriends, Harrison joins Team Flash, and Jay says, “Screw you guys, I’m going home to a parallel universe.”
When Booth and Bones come to Sleepy Hollow, even an army of zombies somehow can’t keep this crossover interesting.
Oh no, Hakeem got kidnapp– oh wait, no, he’s back already. So… what are we gonna do with the next 45 minutes of this episode?
Rupert Murdoch officially took control of National Geographic this week with a massive layoff of 180 people. And today, he’s released the new programming schedule for Nat Geo network…