What moments were totally worth rewinding on Hulu (or on your DVR if you could afford such luxuries here)? Take a look and find out.
After a tumultuous fall for several new fall dramas (soapy series “Revenge” has found ratings success while the much-hyped “Playboy Club” is already cancelled, and “Pan Am’s performance has been turbulent) two networks are rolling the dice on series based on fairytales. The shows, “Once Upon A Time” and “Grimm,” use similar source material in very different ways–and with mixed results.
I can’t help but feel like last year’s “Bones” finale wasn’t the game changer I thought it was going to be.
Fox is clearly desperate for a new animated sitcom to fill its scheduling gaps. Even Seth MacFarlane himself admitted that “Family Guy” should have ended a while ago. At least, that’s the only explanation I can come up with for the new show “Allen Gregory,” which is written by and stars “Superbad” funnyman Jonah Hill.
Science fiction lovers, including yours truly, had high hopes when word got out of a “Lost”-meets-“Avatar”-meets-“Jurassic-Park” lovechild.
People tend to group all “Community” episodes into one of two categories: high-energy genre parodies, like the paintball episodes or the stop-motion Christmas episode, and the regular old sitcom episodes. And while it doesn’t hurt to group the episodes this way, I think it’s a gross oversimplification.
”Doctor Who” is a British science fiction show about a 900-year-old alien who travels through time and space.
This episode is the very last of the season, in which Ben and JP (and all of us, of course) get to meet Ashley’s family.