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Chilling Visions: 5 States Of Fear Review: Another By The Books Chiller Anthology image
Tonight is the premiere of Chiller's Chilling Visions' follow-up, 5 States of Fear, which combines five disparate short films, tethered together by the loose theme of basic human fears in five different states. That’s what they call metaphoriliteral in the business.
Nick Venable 2014-07-11
Masters Of Sex Review: Season 2 Heads To A Darker Place image
When Showtime decided to create a TV series based on the lives and research of Dr. William H. Masters (Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), they dredged the two mostly forgotten names up out of history and created a series that is fun and impressive. Masters of Sex is a show that capably looks at life through a cultural lens.
Jessica Rawden 2014-07-11
Welcome To Sweden Review: A Pleasant Trip, But One We've Taken Many Times image
Comedies from other English-speaking countries almost always get adapted for American audiences, and a foreign sitcom has a slim chance of getting to air unchanged, which makes Welcome to Sweden rather rare. Too bad the same can't be said for anything else to do with this NBC summer series, which serves as a pleasant but familiar and forgettable fish out of water tale.
Jesse Carp 2014-07-09
The Bridge Review: Season 2 Weaves A More Tangled Web Of Vicious Border Justice image
In Season 2, co-creator and showrunner Elwood Reid has up and created his own maddeningly large sea for this drama to wallow in, and even though there are more plotlines to follow than there are highways in Texas, I’m completely entranced by it all.
Nick Venable 2014-07-09
Extant Review: CBS' Futuristic Drama Introduces An Intriguing Sci-fi Mystery image
Arriving on Wednesday night is CBS's new 13-episode serialized drama Extant. Combining mystery, thrills and a futuristic backdrop, Extant gets off to an intriguing start, with a premiere episode that sets the stage for what may prove to be a truly gripping summer mystery, wrapped in a sci-fi story involving family, artificial intelligence and outer space.
Kelly West 2014-07-08
The 90s: The Last Great Decade? Entertains As It Captures 90s Highs And Lows, Watch First Hour Here image
Why wait until Sunday night to go back to the 90s? National Geographic has offered us an early look at their miniseries The '90s: The Last Great Decade, which is set to debut on Sunday night. The above video gives us a look at the first hour (or 42 minutes anyway) of the two-hour premiere of the 3-part miniseries, which will air Sunday, Monday and Tuesday night, beginning this weekend.
Kelly West 2014-07-02
Wilfred Season 4 Review: Mythologizing Is Serious Not Funny Business image
It almost didn't happen. When we last saw Wilfred, the comedy still hadn't been renewed for its fourth season, which makes the ending of last year's finale seem even more audacious. Obviously, FX ended up coming through with the renewal, especially good news since Season 4 is just as unique, compelling and stunningly shot as the previous three although not quite as funny. Trying to provide answers when crafting a characters' mythology can be serious and often dark business.
Jesse Carp 2014-06-25
Tyrant Review: New FX Drama Has Potential, Needs Momentum image
Taking over Fargo's recently vacated timeslot, Gideon Raff's FX drama Tyrant settles in at Tuesday night with a premiere episode that reveals its potential, not to mention the amount of effort it took for this ambitious project to be made. While the first episode teases an intriguing new drama that will leave you wanting more, the episodes that follow don't quite satisfy.
Kelly West 2014-06-23
Dominion Review: Angels Wage War With Humans In Syfy's New Drama image
Post-apocalyptic society is becoming a recurring theme at Syfy. With Defiance set to return this Thursday night, it's particularly fitting that Dominion would be paired with it. Dystopian backdrop aside, Vaun Wilmott's new series veers far more toward supernatural than it does sci-fi, in its focus an impending celestial battle between good and evil, with mankind trapped in the middle.
Kelly West 2014-06-18
Defiance Review: Season 2 Is Way Too Much Of The Same image
If you were wondering what more of this alien populated, wild west of a world looks like, you do get a taste of the outside world during the premiere, but Defiance spends most of its first three episode reestablishing patterns and returning its characters to their former roles.
Jessica Rawden 2014-06-16
Inside Amy Schumer And More Renewed, Comedy Central Orders Eight New Series image
Ratings riser Inside Amy Schumer will be back for Season 3, and the off-kilter freshman series Review and TripTank have been renewed for respective second seasons. As well, series orders were granted to two new network series and six original web-only series. If laughter is the best medicine, Comedy Central is a pharmaceutical god.
Nick Venable 2014-06-09
Orange Is The New Black Season 2: The Gang Is Back And As Wickedly Edgy As Ever image
As unpredictable as a predator’s next move, Netflix’s surprise critical hit Orange is the New Black is off parole and back for a drama-filled Season 2. This is prison-issued binge watching material, but don’t let them find it in your bunk, or there might be hell to pay.
Nick Venable 2014-06-06
Power Review: Curtis Jackson's Starz Drama Boasts Solid Performances And A Promising Start image
Starz is taking a break from period dramas and adventure shows like Black Sails and Da Vinci's Demons to present Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's promising new drama Power. The 8-episode first season gets off to a solid start, introducing us to an up-and-coming nightclub owner who's using his hot new establishment as a front to launder money brought in by his lucrative and more established drug network.
Kelly West 2014-06-01
Halt And Catch Fire Review: AMC's Drama Even Makes Pin Voltages Fascinating image
The 80s drama starts with an armadillo’s demise and ends with a slew of corporate IBM cronies shuffling into an office building like they’re on an episode of The Walking Dead. In between, inspiring speeches, a rude but genius female and one man’s awakening kicks off the drama to an exciting start. It’s a good thing, too, because excitement has mostly been missing from the slew of hopeful new dramas AMC has produced over the last several years.
Jessica Rawden 2014-05-30
Crossbones Review: John Malkovich Shines As Blackbeard In This Violently Fun Drama image
This Friday, the drama Crossbones will wash ashore on NBC, anchored by a truly stellar performance from the Emmy-winning thesp John Malkovich as the legendary Blackbeard. Chance are you’ll spend the entirety of the show like I did, wishing that the entire story was dedicated to Blackbeard talking to himself in a mirror.
Nick Venable 2014-05-27
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