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When it comes to success stories on primetime television, law enforcement thrillers are usually a pretty safe bet. If you're somebody who has been craving another police drama featuring a twisted serial killer with a taste for murdering women, ABC's new series Wicked City may already be on your radar.
CBS is now the home to the latest TV incarnation of a DC superhero, as Supergirl is here to kick some ass and take names, as well as coffee orders, since she’s also got a day job. I had my initial doubts, but Supergirl is a pretty good time at the small screen. Melissa Benoist is a peach.
A new premise and a new set of characters had to be cast before a new season could even be shot. With all this in mind, it’s easy to see why Fargo Season 2 was a while in the making. Luckily, Fargo is now back and bolder than ever.
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.
Forget that an underground organization with sophisticated intelligence is totally convenient or that putting dangerous crimes on the shoulders of one sophisticated individual is absolutely loony. If you can get past the outlandishness of the premise, you’ll probably like NBC’s new drama The Player. A lot.
Even as serialized television gains ground across both TV networks and streaming services, there will always be room for procedural dramas out there. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Fox has delivered a memorable entry with Rosewood.
The hills are alive with the sound of music from the 1990s, as Ryan Murphy’s smart and snark-driven Scream Queens becomes the latest horror series to make a splash on our TVs. And that’s a whole lot of blood being splashed, by the way.
it feels good to say that five years later, thanks to showrunner Tim Kring and the rest of the creative crew, Heroes Reborn has brought back the magic from that first season… for the most part.
While not as big budget or special effects worthy as the aforementioned superhero series, Limitless still has a "super" component, focusing on a drug that can enhance IQ and the underachieving young man who takes it.
NBC’s mysterious new drama Blindspot may not be as mysterious as one had hoped. With an interesting premise, and plenty of action-packed fun, the FBI drama seems to be the perfect idea for a feature length film, but when put into TV timing, it just feels a bit off.
No matter how hard you try, sometimes comedy is just better swallowed in smaller pieces. And that seems to be the theme in CBS’ newest 30-minute single camera comedy, Life In Pieces.
Of all the reboots, continuations and film-to-TV adaptations currently airing and in development, few make more sense than a new Muppets series, since these long-lasting felt-faced creations have already existed in just about every form of media imaginable.
It’s hard to give new life to any theatrical property. And while the opening episode for the new drama features a quickly resolved mystery, the episode’s introduction to the world of the future and some intriguing characters is overall pretty good.
In Sons of Anarchy and The Shield before it, audiences got somewhat accustomed to seeing Kurt Sutter’s writing take characters to dismally dark places, but those worlds were guided by the loose laws and looser morals of the modern world. In The Bastard Executioner, the main law of the land is kill or be killed, and Sutter screams it from the treetops.
Coming into its final season, FXX’s The League needed to give its fans one last reason to stay tuned, and boy did it succeed.