TV REVIEWS
Zoo Review: An Untamed Environment Leads To A Pretty Tame Series image
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
Jessica Rawden 2015-06-29
True Detective Season 2 Review: A Great Cast Balances The Excessively Dark Story image
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.
Nick Venable 2015-06-20
Complications Review: USA's Intense Hospital Drama Over-Medicates With Crisis image
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.
Nick Venable 2015-06-17
Killjoys Review: Sci-Fi Action Romp Is Light On Story, Heavy On Fun image
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.
Nick Venable 2015-06-16
Defiance Season 3 Review: The Drama Has Its Moments, Despite Being Uneven image
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. 
Jessica Rawden 2015-06-11
Hannibal Season 3 Review: Still A Terrific And Delectable Slice Of Horror Drama image
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.
Jesse Carp 2015-06-04
The Whispers Review: A Captivating Mystery That Will Hopefully Keep Us Guessing image
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.
Nick Venable 2015-05-31
Aquarius Review: David Duchovny Elevates The Manson Family Origin Story image
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.
Jesse Carp 2015-05-28
Mr. Robot Review: USA's Hacker Drama Offers Intriguing Stakes And A Brilliant Performance image
The network took a more complex turn with recent series Dig and now plan to delve deep into the psyche of a hacker with Mr. Robot, a brand new drama starring Rami Malek and Christian Slater
Jessica Rawden 2015-05-26
Wayward Pines Review: A Weird And Wild Small Town Mystery  image
People who love weird things are the ideal audience for Fox’s upcoming mystery drama Wayward Pines, a psychologically tumultuous conspiracy-ish thriller set in the craziest small town this side of Twin Peaks.
Nick Venable 2015-05-13
The Comedians Review: A Hilarious Comedy That Takes Time To Appreciate image
FX’s newest comedy series The Comedians, starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad, is a strange beast. Nearly every second of it is unabashedly self-sabotaging and rude in some way. But…but…it’s also pretty goddamned hilarious once you take the time to understand how it’s molding itself. 
Nick Venable 2015-04-09
A.D. The Bible Continues Review: NBC's New Drama Is Pretty Good But Not For Everyone image
Although an emotional and inspirational story, A.D. The Bible Continues starts out with fast-paced action, thanks to raging mobs and a funky score that keep things moving. The story eventually slows down, but there’s a lot to get through during the first episode. Here's what we thought.
Jessica Rawden 2015-04-04
Daredevil Review: Marvel Goes Dark And Wins In A Big Way image
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has made a name for itself as the company that excels in making big, fun comic book-based adventures. The new series Daredevil doesn’t fit into this mold, but in exploring a new color, Marvel has just found yet another corner of the comic book world to dominate.
Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-01
Weird Loners Review: An Enjoyable Hangout Comedy That Could Be Weirder image
Fox's Weird Loners is the newest project from King of Queens creator Michael J. Weithorn, You’ll notice pretty quickly that the “weird” and “loners” parts of the title don’t really fit this mostly normal group of friends, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth your time. 
Nick Venable 2015-03-31
iZombie Review: CW's Clever Mystery Drama Starts Out Strong With Room To Grow image
Watching the first few episodes of CW's iZombie, it becomes apparent with most certainty that Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero's new series ate the brain of Veronica Mars and acquired some of the beloved teen detective drama's best personality traits.
Kelly West 2015-03-16
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