By Robin Oatley on December 10, 2015
Follow Quentin Coldwater as he steps into the magical world of… well… magic. But don’t worry, The Magicians is unlikely to bear a lot of resemblance to the Potter-empire.
By Daniel Redford on December 8, 2015
While it is a nice thing what NBC and Longoria are trying to do here, Telenovela is in essence just a workplace comedy about goofy people that coincidentally has the backdrop of a telenovela. And it just might have worked, except it actually doesn’t.
By Daniel Redford on December 1, 2015
Superstore always looked like one of those cheesy midseason NBC sitcoms that had no chance of succeeding in the long run. And, well, it kind of is, too. But, and this is a big but, it is actually not an awful show to watch.
By Emily Donovan on November 26, 2015
Science fiction series The Expanse is set in the 23rd century, in a world were humanity has colonized the Solar System. Now, Earth, Mars and The Belt are on the brink of war. Can the war be averted or will a soon to be uncovered conspiracy be the last straw?
By Emily Donovan on November 24, 2015
Syfy’s Childhood’s End is an adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke’s classic story about a peaceful alien invasion, which at first brings utopia for all humans, but it slowly turns out the aliens might have a hidden agenda.
By Robin Oatley on November 18, 2015
Chicago Med is a worthy addition to the Chicago-series. Although it is quite hectic and the series could benefit from a little more focus, it is a solid medical drama. However, if it hadn’t been for the unique setup of the Chicago-trio, the series would have been as generic as any other medical drama out there.
By Robin Oatley on November 16, 2015
Into The Badlands combines the post-apocalyptic vibe with a very violent society. At the center of all this violence are a man named Sunny and a boy named M.K. The two strangers are mysteriously tied together in this suspense-filled six-episode series.
By Emily Donovan on November 9, 2015
Agent X is a show with a good concept, but its lack in compelling characters and the simplicity of the execution does not make this a great show to watch, albeit entertaining.
By Robin Oatley on October 30, 2015
Chicago Med is the third installment of the Chicago-series, preceded by Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Like the other two, Chicago Med will follow a group of professionals performing their high-intensity jobs. The series will intertwine with Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D., so we can expect a lot of crossovers.
By Robin Oatley on October 28, 2015
In essence, Wicked City’s story isn’t even really bad, it’s just that it’s all been done before many, many times. It’s like ABC was so desperate to put an anthology on the market they just went with the first thing they found. Eventually they ended up taking a perfectly good premise and ruining it by making it one big deja vu.