Grimm has kicked off its sophomore season, and it’s out to prove that it knows how to handle a thickening plot and isn’t afraid to toss the fans a cliffhanger. [Halt if you haven’t seen tonight’s episode. Here there be spoilers.] READ FULL STORY »
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White Collar returned tonight with an episode that really should have been two hours long. Why? Because after an hour that delivered on action, intrigue, and shirtlessness, it’s just cruel to make people wait an entire week.
The fourth season premiere of White Collar found Neal (Matt Bomer) and Mozzi (Willie Garson) living it up island-style on Cape Verde, just off the coast of Africa. The little Island community was complete with everything they needed from a haven — no extradition laws, a powerful man who they could buy protection from, custom hat makers, and a good-looking coffee shop girl for Neal to keep himself occupied. (Though, initially, she was “only woman in the entire archipelago” who didn’t want him. Mozzi’s words. Stupid girl.)
The Closer‘s final six episodes kicked off tonight by pitting Brenda against one of her greatest foes. She and the boys found themselves on the trail of a rapist who seemed scarily similar to a previous suspect — Phillip Stroh (guest star Billy Burke), the lawyer who Brenda had previously accused of heinous crimes but continues to elude punishment.
Now, let me start by saying that I love seeing Brenda win. She can outwit and out-investigate the best criminals (and investigators, for that matter) and there’s nothing like watching her smile smugly at people after she screws them over. But even more compelling? Watching Brenda lose. READ FULL STORY »
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[Spoilers for theWeeds season 8 premiere ahead. So don't read on if you don't want to know!]
Suits fans may have had to endure a brutal nine-month wait for a new episode, but after watching the season 2 premiere, odds are we can all agree it was worth it. Creator Aaron Korsh appears to have had enough time to figure out all the ways he could make a good show even better (and how to fit in Goodfellas and Highlander quotes). Let’s break it down. READ FULL STORY »
Yesterday, Jensen Ackles gave me what I thought was a little tease about the season finale of Supernatural while on the red carpet at the CW Upfronts. (Yes, that was a humblebrag.) I shared it with y’all in Spoiler Room this afternoon. To recap, he said: “In [a] previous season, Dean found himself in hell and we had to figure out how he was going to get back from hell next season. This is something like that. It’s going to be interesting how we get back from that.”
Well, I can say a lot of wonderful things about that guy — and I have. Another one I can add to the list? He’s not a liar. Tonight’s season finale did just as he promised, and despite his juicy little tease, I never saw it coming.
[Read spoilery details about the season finale below.]
Grey’s Anatomy didn’t waste much time making good on that promise to kill a well-loved member of the gang. In fact, it came about 20 minutes into the hour. And the 40 minutes that followed? Possibly the most anxiety-ridden moments of my television life.
Read on for more if you’ve seen the episode: [Spoilers below!] READ FULL STORY »
More than a few were surprised when 90210 was renewed for another season, but after watching tonight’s season finale, I got the idea that the producers were confident that they’d be returning. After all, if they didn’t think they’d come back for a fifth season, they never would have left off on a huge cliffhanger.
[Have you seen the episode? Then read on:] READ FULL STORY »
The overlapping love triangles on Hart of Dixie are pretty exhausting: George-Lemon-Lavon. Wade-Zoe-George. Wade-Wade’s abs-Wade’s biceps. Usually, I have a side — even when I deny that I do. But from the deepest depths of my soul, I promise you that I have no idea who I want together on this show — I honestly like everyone — and that, my friends, is exhausting.
Take last night’s season finale, for example. In it, Zoe and Wade got stuck in a barn during a giant rain storm (not a metaphor) that ruined Lemon and George’s wedding plans. While they were in the barn, I felt like there was a clock ticking down the time until Zoe-Wade sexytime. First they argued, Wade stormed off into the rain and came back all wet in his thin white man-tank. He made up some BS excuse about sexual tension — not feelings — being the root of his hostility. Then they help a baby goat (seriously…), he patched up her injured shoulder, and…
Nope… not yet. But we still knew it was coming. And it did. READ FULL STORY »
It’s no secret no one has any idea what’s going to happen next on Mad Men — and those “scenes from next week” aren’t going to clue you in at all. But the most notoriously tight-lipped cast couldn’t resist sharing a few personal details when Jon Hamm, January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Jared Harris, and creator Matthew Weiner visited James Lipton at the famed Actors Studio (Elisabeth Moss was shooting a movie out of the country).
Below are five of the most tantalizing bits of info we learned in the hour-long broadcast.
1.Some were concerned Jon wasn’t sexy enough to play Don. Weiner said some people (presumably studio execs) didn’t think Hamm was sexy enough for the role, and he had six or seven auditions before he snagged the part. Rebuttal: This photo. Or this. Or this. READ FULL STORY »
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