Another week, another raving band of lunatics killing people all over Gotham without a single Batman in sight to stop them. This time, it’s the Maniax turn in the spotlight.
“They had good performances by the guest actor or actress who played them, they brought out the best in the regular characters they interacted with, and added something interesting to the overall saga.”
The original CSI brings back the original gang for one last run around the bases, with plenty of murder, dominatrixes, and happy endings to go around.
Poor li’l Bobby Jindal just lost his only friends in the world what with the Duck Dynasty crew jumping ship to Donald Trump. Which got us wondering…
“Caine’s just surfing the deferential equation slopes, broham!”
What barrel is Hollywood scraping the bottom of now? Here’s another list of five old properties currently being revamped for your TV viewing pleasure.
One week into the official start of the fall TV season, how are the new shows performing? We already have at least one embarrassing bomb and a couple of potential hits.
Once Upon a Time: Being Evil Makes Your Hair Greasy and Other Stuff I Learned from the Season 5 Premiere
Welcome to Camelot! Season 5 of “Once Upon a Time” takes us to the land of King Arthur and introduces Emma as the new evilest person in the world.
It’s the 31st season of Survivor, and what do they do to make it feel new? They take some old players out for another spin. Can they rekindle the flame?
Season 2 begins with a new murder mystery that’s quickly solved. But don’t worry, there are still a hundred more twists this hour, including Annalise’s old girlfriend and why the hell eggs are such a big emergency.
Not So Rosy Outlook for “Rosewood”
“This show’s premise is a bit like doing a TV sequel to Flowers for Algernon where Charlie is played by a sexy 30-something male model-type who uses his newly heightened IQ to solve crimes.”
Lionel kicks off Season 2 behind bars while the rest of his family fights to free him (in public, at least) and to steal his empire (behind closed doors).
A pretty okay Tom Cruise movie turns out to be a pretty okay TV show, if the pilot is anything to judge by. But seriously, killer pigeons? Ouch. Let the recapping begin!
So many motives, so many murders. Episode 2 of Scream Queens keeps the blood and laughs flowing.
Scream Queens keeps the laughs and the murders coming one after another on its opening night.
With the military now in control, the family is finally safe to hang out at home and play board games all they want… just as long as they never get sick or injured… or curious where the sick and injured go.
“Remember when they performed their show at the Chez Casablanca and all the tourists loved it? We were all so much younger then.”
How are Gothamites handling life one month after the bloody events in Gotham’s season 1 finale ushered in several violent departures?
“Join or Die with Craig Ferguson” is coming to The History Channel, and we’re more than a little excited about it.