My anticipation for the first full-length Justified Season 6 trailer was fully tethered to the potential presence of new cast member Sam Elliott, but his absence from the video below ended up not being as detrimental as I’d thought. A LOT of stuff is happening here, and it's all amazing.
I don’t say this often for American Horror Story, a series that I unapologetically hold near and dear, but tonight’s “Test of Strength” was a complete waste of an hour on almost every level. It's gotta happen sometime, right?
Even though FX’s hit drama Sons of Anarchy is coming to an end in a few weeks, creator Kurt Sutter has been busy putting together his next project for the network, the historical pilot The Bastard Executioner, and he's bringing along a couple of people he's worked with in the past.
It’s said that it all comes out in the wash. Well, it all got put out there tonight on “Suits of Woe,” but nothing got clean. With just two episodes left in the series, there are only crossroads.
TV has arguably never been better, with more networks and streaming sites than ever before producing top-notch fiction. But you know what U.S. television has been in dire need of since its inception? Tom Hardy. (Inception pun intended.) Luckily, that's all going to change soon.
Is everybody ready to hear comic legend Alan Moore speak dismissively of another adaptation of his work? His and Eddie Campbell's dense and factually-based graphic novel From Hell may be on its way to TV.
This week, a script from FX’s hit series American Horror Story was stolen from the set. The theft of one or even a few script pages might not be a huge deal for every TV series, but for the heavily-detailed American Horror Story, a leak of a page is a big deal.
Donal Logue is crushing as Detective Harvey Bullock on Gotham, but despite the actor’s success on the new TV series, people still aren’t over the fact that his crime dramedy, Terriers, was canceled by FX after one short season. Logue recently spoke out to say he had a bizarre way of coping with the cancellation back in 2010.
Sons of Anarchy fans likely don’t need anyone stoking the flames of anticipation for the FX drama’s final episode ever, but one of the stars is raining praise on the final few episodes.
Love is in the air on American Horror Story, and none of it is of the normal kind. Find out who's getting busy between the sheets and who will soon be beneath the sheets of their death bed.
If TV episodes could be judged by the rampant anticipation that spontaneously erupts for the next week’s installment, then tonight’s ep could be considered the best in the series. It doesn't work that way, of course, but "Faith and Despondency" is still a solid chunk of TV.
FX is gearing up for the sixth and final season of Justifed. Today, the network released a brand new trailer celebrating the upcoming episodes, and despite the fact that the new footage features plenty of hate and destruction, it should also be a pretty gleeful watch for fans.
By its very nature, there’s almost nothing beautiful about American Horror Story: Freak Show, but tonight’s episode was especially ugly. I’m having trouble convincing myself that it was enjoyable at all, or that it was more than just a series of repulsive incidents strung together by violence and hidden intentions. Is that the point?
If I’ve learned anything tonight, it’s that this final season makes my stomach hurt far too often. And tonight's episode was no different, as another Sons of Anarchy character bites the dust.
The writing is on the wall for SAMCRO as it takes its final ride – or #FinalRide if you will – and the only thing that’s written is one long, unending eulogy. Find out why the awfulness in tonight's episode was actually a good thing for the show moving forward.