By Daniel Redford on February 29, 2016
The transition from Criminal Minds to Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders is an easy one because you first get to know these new characters walking around in your favorite series.
By Daniel Redford on February 24, 2016
NBC’s newest midseason sitcom entry Crowded revolves around a couple whose experience of the empty nest syndrome is cut short when both of their grown-up daughters move back in with them.
By Robin Oatley on February 22, 2016
The writers of the movie Exodus: Gods and Kings have decided to adapt another Biblical story; the Books of Samuel, including the stories of Saul and David. Unfortunately, the trailer fails to impress.
By Daniel Redford on February 20, 2016
The Real O’Neals perfectly fits in ABC’s family comedy brand. Although it tackles serious subjects such as divorce and homosexuality in the Catholic community, it is just an amusing comedy with a crazy family at the heart of the show.
By Daniel Redford on February 16, 2016
When the presumed-dead son of the mayor turns up after a decade after his disappearance, the town is shaken up. But the mayor is just using his miraculous return to launch her run for Governor.
By Robin Oatley on February 15, 2016
Vinyl revolves around Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale) and his failing music business. Co-produced by Mick Jagger, it’s no surprise Vinyl has two things in abundance: songs and popular musicians. However, being set in the ’70s, if you’re not a fan of Led Zeppelin, Alice Cooper, the New York Dolls or any of the like, this may be a tiring experience.
By Daniel Redford on February 6, 2016
Limited anthology series Prey features ordinary people who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances doing things they would normally never do, and it does that very strikingly.
Review: American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson (FX) - “O.J., please don’t kill yourself in Kimmy’s room”
By Daniel Redford on February 3, 2016
Featuring stellar performances by nearly everyone involved, American Crime Story skillfully explores all aspects of the controversial O.J. Simpson case, all the while sticking to a realistic portrayal of the events.
By Robin Oatley on January 26, 2016
Recovery Road is one of the few teenage-focused series that doesn’t patronize, nor does it present a heavy topic like teenage addiction as if it is a one-and-done type of issue. Instead, it follows teenager Maddie on her road to recovery, with all the ups and downs that go with it.