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NBC only has three new shows debuting this fall. Will any of them succeed? The Agony Booth TV squad fearlessly forecasts the future.
FOX has four dramas and one sitcom coming soon to a TV near you. The Agony Booth TV squad debates them all.
The Agony Booth TV squad is playing with our crystal balls again while pondering the fate of CBS's three new dramas and three new sitcoms.
Five Agony Booth writers debate the fate of the three dramas and two sitcoms being added to ABC's fall lineup.
(Warning: This post contains some spoilers from the HBO summer series The Night Of, lots of cat pictures, and one or two very gross pictures of John Turturro’s feet.)
Chances are, if you grew up during The Wonder Years (whether the actual time the series was set in or watching it), then you also remember Murder She Wrote and Sunday nights when the whole family could gather around ye olde television set without embarrassment because this was before Sundays were for mafia kingpins or meth labs or bipolar CIA agents who made bad choices...
On July 15, Netflix released Stranger Things, a supernatural/science-fiction/horror series set in a small town in 1980s Indiana that has, for a lack of a better term, a lot of weird shit going down. What, did you expect me to say "stranger things"?
NOTE: This article will discuss major spoilers from Season 4 of "Orange Is the New Black". Like, seriously major. If you haven't finished bingeing this season, please remove yourself from the rock you've been living under and find the nearest Netflix account...
This finale was like my jeans after Thanksgiving dinner, bursting at the seams with good stuff (and not so good stuff), but super satisfying. Long-held theories confirmed? Sure! The demise of people you hated? Check! Creepy kids? Sure! Lyanna Mormont proving she's cooler than everyone else on the show? Yup!
We've been waiting all season for this one. Ramsey DIES! Sansa gets REVENGE! The Starks retake Winterfell! Davos finds a TOY! Dany burns some boats and gets hit on by a girl! Everybody gets their just desserts in GOT's bloodiest hour to date, except me, because I lost my appetite.
This week on GOT, Arya finally quits her job at Burgerless White Castle, Tyrion reveals his idea for a spinoff series, Tommen screws his mother (but not literally, because only her brother does that now), everybody gossips about how hot Jamie Lannister is, and all the best deaths happen off-screen.
The feds capture an illegal, but will his insides turn to mush before he talks? Someone is looking for Philip. Oleg makes a decision that breaks Tatiana's heart. Arkday gets some bad news. And Paige makes out with Matt.
This week, Ian McShane becomes Drew Barrymore's character from Scream. Arya learns to develop a healthy fear of old people. The High Sparrow gets pervy. Everyone's favorite "canine" character returns to make up for all those dead direwolves. And I choose a new favorite candidate for the Iron Throne.
THE AMERICANS: The Mail Robot Always Beeps Twice (S4 E12 Recap)
This week, Bran fast forwards Warg DVR to reunite with a relative; Arya gives acting notes to a porn star; we meet Sam’s dad Archie Bunker; Tommen becomes the poster child for incest baby brain damage; and Dany gives her pregame speech while on a dragon, because walking is for pussies.
THE AMERICANS: The Curious Incident of the Mail Robot (S4 E11 Recap)
The big day is finally here! Jane is ready to marry Michael (and lose her v-card) but obstacles are in the way: she needs to change her thesis, Xiomara and Rogelio are fighting, and Rafael is secretly in love with her. Will Jane get to say 'I do'? Or will the hijinks in Telenovela Land keep her from walking down the aisle?
In which Bran Stark, binge-watcher of Warg-DVR, taker of naps, tree-hanger-outer, RUINS EVERYTHING! Also, Sansa throws some much-awaited shade at Little Finger; Arya watches a porn version of Season 1 of GOT; and the winner of the Kingsmoot gets the medieval equivalent of a toilet bowl head-dunk swirly.
Philip shares a childhood memory with Paige. Oleg thinks Tatiana should try new things. Yung Hee can't figure out what's wrong with Don. Gabriel makes friends with a librarian. Gaad gets unexpected visitors. Pastor Tim runs out of gas.
“The third season finale ‘The Best of Both Worlds’ was not only a culmination of TNG’s third year; it was the culmination of what TNG had achieved by this point.”