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Oh, Bones. You’ve had some good years behind you, and even though you’re kind of long in the tooth now, we’re extremely glad to know that you’re still capable of bringing out some big surprises. Such as what happened tonight in the Season 11 kickoff episode “The Loyalty in the Lie.”
With all the TV continuations happeing, it’s difficult to know what actors are reprising their original roles and which ones aren’t. Fox is busy putting together another season of 24, and many have been clamoring for Kiefer Sutherland to come back for one more round. But will he?
Will-they-won't-they tension is nothing new to TV shows. The problem is that they can have a tendency to chew up and spit up our favorites as soon as those relationships actually happen. Here's how one popular show hopes to stop that trend.
Admittedly, it isn’t very difficult to get X-Files fans excited about the upcoming revival on Fox, but the definitive way to do it is to release some actual footage, rather than just parcel out tweets, teasers and images. It finally happened tonight, and this trailer is awesome.
Here’s the easiest way to tell the difference between Gotham’s old school villains and its new school villains. When Penguin gets murderous intentions, it usually involves only one or two people sleeping with the fishes. But when Theo Galavan’s new brood of Maniax wants to make their mark, they take out as many people as possible.
Last Man On Earth’s Phil Miller is both an epic screw up and an often not-that-great guy. At the top on his not-greatness?
early numbers were pretty good for the sophomore drama’s return, but not as great as the highs the show was hitting week after week before. However, now the live plus three days numbers and streaming audiences have come in, Empire has proven the show is still crushing.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is known for a lot of things, such as silly bets and Charles’ esoteric tastes, but I don’t think anyone out there would call it the most surprising comedy on TV. Boy, did it swing for the fences for its Season 3 premiere, though.
The titular family has just begun their 27th season residing at 742 Evergreen Terrace, with a contractual guarantee that they will continue to do so for 28. People have often joked that the series would run forever, but – like all things – it must eventually come to an end.
Rob Lowe is co-leading the new Fox comedy The Grinder, and while this show isn’t as funny or quirky as his last series, Lowe’s presence is thankfully as captivating as it needs to be. Now it’s just up to the writers to catch up.
Gotham City is already a horrible place to live, but in Gotham Season 2, things are worse than ever, as more villains than ever before are running rampant and making Jim Gordon's life a living hell. Now we have another killer from the comics joining the mayhem.
They say the more things change, the more they stay the same. For Season 27 of The Simpsons, though, the same old animated universe we know is being changed in several different ways. And one of them may have to do with Smithers.
Heading into its third season, the supernatural drama has already signed on a new showrunner and made some major changes. Now, we know the show is making another interesting change.
Bones is gearing up to kick off it’s eleventh season. If you’ve been keeping tabs at all on where Seeley Booth and Temperance Brennan will be when the series kicks off, you may already know there will be a time jump between the spring finale and fall premiere of the series.
Even though there are tons of shows coming out and in development that are rebooting or continuing previous TV series, not all of them are the most sensible ideas. But if The Critic ever got a revival show, that would definitely NOT stink.