By Emily Donovan on November 13, 2014
Syfy’s upcoming series Ascension follows a century-long covert space mission to save mankind. When a young woman is murdered people start to question the mission.
By Daniel Redford on November 10, 2014
The Comeback was absolutely right all those years ago, and deserves much more praise than it currently gets for that.
By Robin Oatley on November 8, 2014
TNT’s upcoming series The Librarians is based on the movie franchise The Librarian. Four ordinary people are chosen by the movies’ librarian (Noah Wyle) to travel the world and protect its inhabitants from mysterious and magical objects.
By Emily Donovan on November 7, 2014
The Game is a new Cold War spy thriller on BBC America which is about the unseen war fought by the MI5 against the Soviet Union.
By Robin Oatley on October 31, 2014
The McCarthys is filled with stereotypes and follows the basic seen-it-all-before-comedy formula. Yet, because of the chemistry between Laurie Metcalf and Tyler Ritter, the series about a sports-crazed family is still enjoyable.
By Daniel Redford on October 29, 2014
There is nothing about Benched that hasn’t been done before, but this combination of premise, cast and writing nevertheless makes for an excellent show.
By Robin Oatley on October 25, 2014
John Constantine is an exorcist who used to battle demons, until he lost a little girl to the clutches of evil. But, when the world is threatened by a great evil, John picks up right where he left off. The series shows a lot of potential, but it will have to to survive that awful timeslot.
By Daniel Redford on October 24, 2014
Katherine Heigl and Alfre Woodard star in NBC’s State Of Affairs as a top CIA analyst and the President of the United States. Heigl’s performance seems to be only mediocre, and the question is whether that is enough to carry this entire show.
By Daniel Redford on October 22, 2014
The Comeback, and Lisa Kudrow in particular, skillfully portray the self-obsession that many Hollywood stars exhibit, and how that conflicts with the transience of fame.
By Emily Donovan on October 20, 2014
The Game centers on a covert MI5 operation to take down the Soviet threat which recently came to light. Soon to be awaken sleeper cells have to be caught before they can do any damage.