By Emily Donovan on September 30, 2015
Grandfathered stars John Stamos as a successful restaurant owner who is discovers he has a son and a granddaughter. Although he always says he wants a family, now that he has one, he’s not so sure he actually wants it.
By Daniel Redford on September 30, 2015
Lowe and Savage form an excellent comic duo as the over-the-top TV lawyer and the insecure small-town litigator. Already in the series premiere, they have more chemistry than some duos ever reach over the course of a series.
By Robin Oatley on September 28, 2015
Blood And Oil has it all. It’s exciting, high-paced, packed full of drama and the actors portray their roles vivaciously. The story about a business mogul and a young couple trying to make it in the big world is little original, but quite entertaining nonetheless.
By Emily Donovan on September 25, 2015
Heroes Reborn is a continuation of NBC hit series Heroes. The world is aware of the supernatural powers some humans posses and these evos are now hunted. Most evos go into hiding, but some try to form a resistance.
By Daniel Redford on September 25, 2015
Although The Player is in essence a crime procedural, its disguise is so completely bonkers, well-executed and completely owned up by the show that it actually makes for a pretty damn entertaining hour of television.
By Daniel Redford on September 24, 2015
Although there is nothing inherently wrong with Rosewood, the show is so familiar that it does not stand out at all, and even Morris Chestnut’s big smile is not big enough to carry the show.
By Emily Donovan on September 23, 2015
Scream Queens centers on a group of sorority sisters who are being killed, one by one, by a murderer possibly seeking revenge after an incident at the sorority twenty years ago.
By Daniel Redford on September 23, 2015
For a drama that airs on CBS, it is only a matter of time before it turns into a procedural. The setup is clearly present in Limitless as well, but strangely I didn’t really mind, mainly because of the non-procedural qualities of this pilot.
By Robin Oatley on September 22, 2015
The Muppets are back! Kermit the Frog executive produces a talk show starring his ex: Miss Piggy. However, these are not the Muppets you knew from yesteryear. These Muppets are cynical, dark and gritty. They aimed for ‘mature’, but ended up with ‘depressing’.