Listen as the Dev Slate guys tackle the classic sci-fi drama Quantum Leap.
Who really killed Hannibal's fourth season and how can we keep other fan-loved shows alive?
On this week's episode of The Roundup, we’re joined by the absolutely lovely Alanna Bennett from Buzzfeed.
A glut of 1990s TV revivals are upon us. What do these Friends, X-Files, and Full House reunions hope to accomplish – and what should we as viewers expect from them?
We ask the cast of Heroes Reborn about the show and how the revived series will fit into the superhero TV landscape it helped create.
"Secondo" is all about taking it slow, asking forgiveness, and eating your best friend.
Hannibal's heartbreaking “Primavera” is an episode about the brutality of framing.
Hannibal's beautiful season three premiere lets us in on Dr. Lecter's insatiable need for attention.
“Blessed Are The Damned” deals with a heavy question about faith, ethic and angels.
“Danse Vaudou” is filled with fatal missed connections between cause and effect.
"The Devil's Vinyl" doesn’t commit to any of its cooler ideas and, for the second week in a row, Constantine ends up boring and muddled.
"The Darkness Beneath" is boring, offensive, unfocused, and redundant.
There are currently four television series airing based on DC Comics properties and as it stands Constantine looks like it could be the best of them.
These are Peter's best bets and sure things of the new TV season, so be sure to mark them in your nightmare-agenda book.
Navigating the waters of new TV can be a tad daunting. To help you, here's the first part of our new TV recommendations series, featuring Elena's top picks.