WAYWARD PINES: The Crying of Plot 33
Sorry, Martin, you’re stuck in the vile, decadent, and altogether wonderful West a while longer, where beautiful potential love interests will continue throwing themselves at you every 15 minutes, and only half of them will try to kill you.
“Hannibal” fans are being called on to save their favorite show from cancellation, and HNTP has an elegant idea how to show your support for the series and get some serious media attention at the same time.
We’ve heard actors deny it before. “Filming sex scenes are soooo uncomfortable,” they say in interviews as they push their sunglasses over their faces so no one can look into their eyes. “I mean, making out with Ryan Gosling? Or Angelina Jolie? Or both at the same time? Gross! Yuck!”
“The second act is a prolonged science lesson with some first-year philosophy thrown in for good measure, albeit a visually stunning lesson with some good action pieces and special effects.”
Which GOP candidates have a doppleganger on television? Come for Ben Carson as charlatan Dr. Oz…. Stay for Rand Paul as Game of Thrones wannabe queen Cersei Lannister.
How many channels are you paying for that you never, ever watch? The days when viewers would brag how many hundreds of channels they get are 20 years gone, at least. Here is the meager handful of channels viewers say they actually want… and what they’re willing to pay for them.
Universal is developing a new TV series based on the (semi) beloved, (not particularly) timeless movie about Ahnald, precocious tots, brutal drug dealers, tumors, and tragically underfunded public school systems.
When East Germany was under the thumb of the Evil Empire, a young soldier is forced into the undercover spy biz to save his dying mother and get back to his super-hot girlfriend, although not necessarily in that order.
“As always: James Bond, the world’s most famous secret agent.”
Back when Charles Manson still thought he’d be a household name for his music and not his murderous cult, he ran afoul of the roughest, toughest ass-kicker on the L.A. police force… sadly played by David Duchovny.
Nick crashes the party on Week 5 of The Bachelorette, but can anyone who’s so good at Mariachi music really be that bad of a guy? (Yes.) Oh, and Ian turns out to be a total dick.
“Despite the epic length, most of the cast will turn out to have existed to explore ideas or play second fiddle to the father/daughter relationship.”
It’s binge time! OITNB continues to perfectly straddle the line between dark comedy and serious drama, but Season 3 was mostly lackluster compared to the previous ones.
Two sexy FBI agents and a mad scientist spend five seasons trying to hunt down the mysterious “Pattern,” but viewers won’t need nearly so long to find the pattern that governs every formulaic script.
Big Brother: Season 17 – Snap Judgments, Snarky Comments and Ill-Founded Generalizations About The New Houseguests
Summer is here, and CBS is back with a brand spanking new batch of vaguely attractive nobodies with otherwise limited job prospects who are willing to scheme, screw, and completely humiliate themselves for the chance to win a cool half million dollars.
“It’s a bit like if Christopher Nolan made Batman Begins and decided to cast Adam West.”
Yahoo for Katie Couric! The veteran news anchor is getting the biggest payday of her (or any other anchor’s) career from an unlikely source.
Tyrese Gibson will soon co-host a relationship-focused talk show on the OWN network, but his own relationship issues make him an odd choice for the gig.
We’re six weeks into this season’s The Bachelorette… but did Kaitlyn just blow the entire season with a Snapchat photo of herself in bed with the apparent winner? Not necessarily.