By Emily Donovan on September 22, 2015
Blindspot centers on an FBI agent and a Jane Doe who is covered in tattoos and had her memory wiped. They try to figure out who the woman is and what her tattoos mean.
By Daniel Redford on September 22, 2015
Although it still needs some work, Life In Pieces seems to have the ability to turn out cohesive stories with heart, and be genuinely funny in the process. It’s not Modern Family yet, but it definitely has potential.
By Robin Oatley on September 22, 2015
Three children were given pre-cognitive abilities. They saw every murder before they happened. Now they have grown up, and one of them is using his powers to save those who are about to be murdered. But he can’t do it alone.
By Emily Donovan on September 18, 2015
Dr. Ken centers on Ken, a physician who tries to be the best doctor, husband and dad in one. This is quite a struggle, luckily his wife is just the right partner to keep everything balanced.
By Daniel Redford on September 17, 2015
New CBS medical drama Code Black seems to be somewhat tonally different from the likes of ER and Grey’s Anatomy, in that it focuses less on the staff getting it on with each other and more on the actual medical proceedings in the emergency room.
By Emily Donovan on September 16, 2015
The Bastard Executioner is set in the 14th century and it tells the story of a warrior knight, who lays down the sword because he is broken by the ravages of war. However, he is forced to pick it up again when violence finds him.
By Daniel Redford on September 14, 2015
Rob Lowe stars as a hotshot TV lawyer who decides to join his small-town family’s real life law firm. Although quite unexpected, The Grinder definitely looks like one of the contenders in the Best New Broadcast Comedy section.
By Emily Donovan on September 12, 2015
Grandfathered stars Full House’s John Stamos as a wealthy businessman and newly divorced man who discovers he has a son and granddaughter.
By Robin Oatley on September 7, 2015
Blood And Oil revolves around a young couple who move to North Dakota after the biggest oil discovery in American History. Just like many others, they came to get rich. The question is: will the oil-industry series be interesting enough, or will it burn up quickly?