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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.
It looks at life in the high-paced world of TV production and focuses on an interesting and unique TV personality (not unlike stuff like The Newsroom). Regardless, the Starz comedy is unlike any other show of its ilk.
As a spinoff to the ridiculously successful AMC series The Walking Dead, the companion spinoff Fear the Walking Dead will draw immediate and obvious comparisons, and some will try to point out that this show moves slower than its predecessor. But it doesn't.
I thought I could watch anything Craig Robinson put out there, but his new series Mr. Robinson is another example of major comedic talent being watered down by lazy joke writing in an identity-free sitcom. NBC needs some help.
The new comedy is the musically inclined but annoyingly titled Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, starring none other than Denis Leary.
Although the summer sometimes yields diamonds in the rough—stuff like Wayward Pines, with unique premises and engaging performances. Unfortunately, CBS’ new summer premiere Zoo doesn’t look to be one of them
Through its dense first season, HBO's True Detective became a pop culture phenomenon. For Season 2, creator Nic Pizzolatto left out the Yellow King and the potential for the supernatural, but still compounded the dark and gritty for a similarly captivating and convoluted murder case.
Anybody who watches medical dramas these days is no doubt accustomed to storylines getting over-the-top and non-realistic. Enter USA’s Complicatons, a hospital-based series that turns the drama up to 11 from the start.
Syfy is currently in the midst of re-rebranding itself as a network that once again relies on science fiction to appease its audiences, and this week offers up the action-packed Killjoys, which brings the action and laughs to a story you've heard before.
We weren’t certain if Syfy would even sign on for a third season of the drama for a few months, but now that Defiance is set to premiere, the show looks to be resetting once more, returning everyone to the town of Defiance while adding a few new characters into the mix.
The best TV show last year is finally back for its third season and, judging by the first three dishes, Hannibal hasn’t lost a step. Bryan Fuller and his creative team outdid themselves yet again, delivering what could be the psychological horror’s most daring and detectible season.
In the years since Lost staked claims in water cooler conversations, ABC has tried several times to recapture that mystery-laden throne, mostly to no avail. That may change with its newest WTF drama The Whispers.
Created by John McNamara, Aquarius follows David Duchovny's Sergeant Sam Hodiak as he investigates a missing person’s case that puts him on a collision course with mass-murderer Charles Manson. And the NBC period-piece is a perfect test case for the binge model.