By Robin Oatley on January 12, 2016
Lucifer (Tom Ellis) has retired from his job as king of Hell. He has moved to the land of the mortals and now runs a nightclub with many scantily clad women, but he is about to start a new line of business: law enforcement. The humorous drama series ticks all the right boxes and is a great addition to your evening.
By Robin Oatley on January 11, 2016
Maddie has to divide her time between school and rehab, which means she has the difficult task of hiding her stay in a sober living facility from her classmates. Sooo… yeah. That’s it, basically. So far, it doesn’t sound very interesting to me.
Preview: DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow (The CW) - Because sometimes you just need the bad guy to save the world
By Robin Oatley on January 9, 2016
Time traveller Rip Hunter has seen firsthand what the world will look like in the future, and he has gone back in time to present day to assemble a group of heroes and villains to prevent that future from happening. The series is basically a spinoff of Arrow and The Flash, but it seems to have a different vibe to it, undoubtedly due to the time-travelling aspect.
By Daniel Redford on January 8, 2016
Jane Lynch is fantastic in the role of a crazy stalker who may just be the guardian angel of Maggie Lawson’s fun-suck work-a-holic dermatologist. Keep an eye out for this one.
By Emily Donovan on January 8, 2016
Shades Of Blue gives the perfect example how not to start your series. Luckily it turns out to be quite an O.K. show. The series centers on a veteran detective who has to turn on her own when she is recruited in a task force to battle corruption.
By Daniel Redford on January 7, 2016
Damian Lewis returns to Showtime in his first major TV role after Homeland. Billions chronicles the high-stakes clash between hedge fund king Bobby Axelrod (Lewis) and U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti).
By Emily Donovan on January 7, 2016
Set in the near future, Colony tells the tale of a world after Earth was invaded by aliens. Will Bowman and his wife Katie have tried to live a normal life after the invasion. But this changes when Will is caught sneaking to another city to get his son.
By Robin Oatley on January 6, 2016
When retired sheriff Jimmy Pritchard is brought back from the dead as his younger self, he takes this second chance to save his son from certain death. Unfortunately, a lot of themes that are touched upon in this series would have made for more interesting stories than the one actually featured.
By Emily Donovan on January 5, 2016
Rashida Jones (Parks And Recreation) stars in TBS’ upcoming comedy series Angie Tribeca. The police satire centers on Jones’ Tribeca who is a 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department’s elite RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit). Angie Tribeca is a must-try comedy.