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Nightflyers on Syfy

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Grey’s Midseason Report Card: 5 Things That Are Working — and 1 That’s Not

With Grey’s Anatomy now on its holiday hiatus, TVLine is seizing the opportunity to check the vitals of the long-running ABC drama and evaluate what about Season 15 is working… and what isn’t. The...

Escape at Dannemora Review: A Superb Cast Elevates a Standard Prison Break

We’ve seen plenty of prison breaks on TV and in movies over the years. (Heck, we even had a whole show called Prison Break… and it ran for five seasons!) So as yet another...

Dirty John Review: Connie Britton Deserves Better (Men and TV Shows)

Let me make one thing clear to start: Connie Britton is a ray of TV sunshine. She makes good shows great (Friday Night Lights) and not-so-great shows actually pretty good (Nashville). But alas, even...

House of Cards Review: Robin Wright Elevates Muddled Final Season

I feel compelled to grade House of Cards‘ sixth and final season on a curve. Or at the very least with an asterisk attached to it. In case you’ve just awakened from an 11-month coma,...

Homecoming Review: Julia Roberts’ Thriller Crafts a Gripping Mystery

We’ve gotten used to big movie stars doing TV for a while now… but still, Julia Roberts starring in a TV series is a pretty big deal, right? She’s not wasting her time on...

Doctor Who Is Back And We Are Loving It

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0436992/ Doctor Who season 11 is finally here, and we get to see Jodie Whitaker's take on the Doctor.  Skepticism was driving several fans to doubt the decision to have the Doctor played by a...

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Review: Kiernan Shipka Casts an Irresistible Spell in Netflix’s Scary-Good...

‘Tis the season for TV witches: From Charmed to American Horror Story, a veritable coven of spell casters is invading the small screen just in time for Halloween. But it’s hard to imagine any...

The Conners: Time Jump, New Opening, Darlene’s BF and More Teases

After months of controversy and curiosity but mostly controversy, The Conners will make its debut on Tuesday at 8/7c on ABC. However, on Friday morning, the network invited a handful of outlets — TVLine...

The Conners Review: Roseanne Spinoff More Than Justifies Its Existence

It remains to be seen whether the Conners are going to be alright, but I am pleased — and quite surprised — to report that The Conners is in near-perfect health. Tuesday’s premiere of...

Camping Review: Stay Indoors and Avoid HBO’s Grating Comedy Misfire

If HBO’s new comedy Camping is meant to evoke the feeling of being stuck on an excruciatingly long camping trip with people you despise, on that level, it’s a success. But on every other...

Murphy Brown Review: CBS’ Sitcom Revival Too Often Feels Like Old News

This doesn’t qualify as breaking news, but the current glut of TV revivals we’re experiencing isn’t exactly fueled by creative necessity. As fun as it is to see some of these old casts yukking...

Fall Sitcom Review Roundup: The Good, the I Feel Bad and the Unwatchable

Fall TV has arrived, and it’s brought with it a fresh crop of network sitcoms hoping to earn a cherished spot on your DVR. But are any of them any good? We here at TVLine...

Manifest Review: Is NBC’s Sci-Fi Drama Another High-Concept Crash and Burn?

This review comes with a letter grade attached, but there’s a caveat: A show like Manifest really can only be graded an “incomplete.” NBC’s shiny new drama — debuting on Monday, Sept. 24 at...

Sorry for Your Loss Review: Elizabeth Olsen Shines in a Deeply Moving Gem

Any description of the new half-hour drama Sorry for Your Loss (debuting Tuesday on Facebook Watch) inevitably makes it sound like a complete bummer. A grieving widow piecing her life together after her husband...

Iron Fist Review: Season 2 Packs More Punch, But the Pace Is Still Dragon

Your enjoyment of Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2 will largely depend on what you saw and latched onto as the freshman run’s strong points. If you are transfixed by Ward Meachum’s manpain, Season 2 will...

The First Review: Hulu’s Mission to Mars Takes Too Long to Blast Off

There’s a troubling trend on TV these days: shows that way overextend their storylines in order to fill out a full season’s worth of episodes. With Peak TV competing for our eyeballs by throwing...

Kidding Review: Jim Carrey’s New Show Might Be the Saddest Comedy on TV

Yes, Showtime’s new series Kidding stars legendary comedian Jim Carrey, and yes, each episode is a half-hour long, but don’t be fooled: It’s not a comedy. Instead, this decidedly strange show — debuting Sunday,...

Jack Ryan Review: Amazon’s Thriller Is Action-Packed, But the Drama Misfires

Let’s start with the good news: Amazon’s awkwardly titled Tom Clancy’sJack Ryan (debuting Friday, Aug. 31 on the streamer) is at its best when things are exploding, delivering a number of impressively high-octane action...

Pose Is the Best Family Drama on TV

When it comes to a show like FX’s Pose, the category is… hard to define.RELATEDPose Renewed for Season 2 at FXAmong other things, the Ryan Murphy-produced drama is at once a glossy tribute to...

Castle Rock Review: Hulu’s Eerie Anthology Gets Stephen King Right

Hollywood’s track record with adapting the works of Stephen King is spotty at best: For every Carrie or It the movie, there’s a Dark Tower or It the miniseries. So Hulu was smart to...

Live: DC`s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Viewing

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4532368/ I had the opportunity to finally watch the final episodes of the third season and like last season I am convinced this is one of the most likable series on television.  I appreciate the...
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The Bold Type 2×04 — Kat/Adena

Kat and Adena talk about the latter's lesbian artist community in TVLine's exclusive video from "The Bold Type." Follow TVLine on... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tvline Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tvline Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tvline

Sharp Objects Review: HBO’s Grim Thriller Is a Frustratingly Slow Burn

All the elements are in place for Sharp Objects to be your next TV obsession. It’s based on a novel by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn (great!), it stars Amy Adams (love her!) and...
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Shades of Blue 3×02 — Harlee Reacts to Nava’s Death

In a scene from NBC's "Shades of Blue" (Sundays at 10/9c), Harlee is quick to cast blame for Nava's tragic death. Follow TVLine on... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tvline Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tvline Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tvline
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Young & Hungry 5×12: Third Wheel

Watch an exclusive sneak peek from 'Young & Hungry,' airing Wednesdays at 8/7c on Freeform. Follow TVLine on... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tvline Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tvline Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tvline
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Cloak & Dagger 1×03 — Tandy’s Vision Of Tyrone

Tandy learns more about Tyrone's past in this clip from Episode 3 of 'Marvel's Cloak & Dagger,' airing June 14 on Freeform. Follow TVLine on... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tvline Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tvline Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tvline

GLOW Review: Pulling No Punches, Season 2 Packs an Emotional Wallop

Sitting down to review Season 2 of Netflix’s GLOW, I tried to settle on the word that best described it, and “hard” was the one I kept coming back to — and not just...

Queer Eye Season 2 Review: More Love, More Laughs, More Lives Changed

Unlike the fashion-challenged Georgia residents to whom the Fab Five lend its aid, Queer Eye required no tweaks heading into its highly anticipated second season. If anything, the self-improvement show manages to boil itself down to its purest form in Season 2 — which hits Netflix in its entirety on Friday, June 15 — leaving […]

Dietland Review: AMC’s Acid-Tongued Drama Bites Off More Than It Can Chew

Watching AMC’s new drama Dietland is kind of like eating at a buffet that serves every variety of cuisine imaginable. You fill up your plate with baby back ribs, and mushroom risotto, and an egg roll… and suddenly, you’re feeling queasy. I had a hard time digesting the first two episodes of Dietland — which […]

Arrested Development Review: A Tired Season 5 Feels Like a Huge Mistake

Oh no. Ouch. Yeesh. Is this what people who never liked Arrested Development see when they watch Arrested Development? As a die-hard fan of the Bluths’ unique brand of family dysfunction — I’m even in the tiny minority that actually liked Season 4 — I squealed like Lucille seeing Gene Parmesan when Netflix announced it […]

Unexpected TV Show Cancellations In 2017-2018 Season

If you love to watch television shows and have dedicated series you follow, you may be surprised to see that one of those shows you spend time watching was suddenly cancelled.  At this point,...

The 100 Six Years Later

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Fear the Walking Dead Review: Why the AMC Drama Deserves a Reevaluation

It’s unusual for TVLine to review a series after it’s debuted, never mind four seasons into its run. But what’s happened to Fear the Walking Dead is beyond unusual. Since the AMC drama installed as its new showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, it’s gone from being an adequate stopgap between seasons of The Walking […]

Kevin Can Wait: Cancelled; No Season Three for CBS Monday Night Sitcom

When it escaped today’s earlier cancellations, it looked like Kevin James might get a third season with his most recent sitcom, but that was not to be. CBS has cancelled the Kevin Can Wait TV show, and now the fans’ wait has come to an end. EP Andy Fickman broke the bad news. Check out his […]

Will There Be A Season Two of BBC’s Troy Fall Of A City?

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Cobra Kai Review: Karate Kid Sequel Does More Than Just Wax Nostalgic

With the TV landscape absolutely flooded with reboots and revivals right now, I wouldn’t blame you for raising a skeptical eyebrow in the direction of Cobra Kai, the new Karate Kid sequel series debuting today on YouTube Red. But patience, Daniel-san: Based on the two episodes I’ve seen, what seems at first like a cheap […]

Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 Finale Recap

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Lost in Space Review: Netflix Reboots Family Adventure as Lost, But in Space

Imagine a group of individuals — some who, flashbacks reveal, aren’t what they seem — uniting to survive after being mysteriously stranded in a strange world…. Yes, Netflix’s Lost in Space is almost as much a reworking of ABC’s Lost as it is a spiffy reboot of the 1960s series that made “Danger, Will Robinson!” […]

Killing Eve Review: A Wickedly Clever Thriller With Two Killer Performances

With a body count that easily reaches double digits, it might sound strange to describe BBC America’s new crime drama Killing Eve as “fun.” But dammit, it is fun — an addictive and surprisingly witty thriller powered by two remarkable female performances, and a welcome counterbalance to dour, moody British crime dramas like Luther and […]

Rise Review: NBC’s Stirring Drama Is Heartfelt, But Has Some Growing Pains

From the opening frames of NBC’s new drama Rise — an idyllic panorama of all-American scenery set to lilting guitar — you start to feel that familiar rush: This is Jason Katims country. The Friday Night Lights and Parenthood creator’s distinctive imprint is all over Rise, from the shaky-cam cinematography to the off-the-cuff dialogue, and […]

Roseanne Review: ABC Revival Is (Almost) a Home Run

First the good news: ABC’s Roseanne revival (premiering with back-to-back episodes on Tuesday, March 27, at 8/7c) is pretty fantastic. In fact, the second episode — which largely revolves around Roseanne and Dan coming to terms with gender-fluid grandson Mark’s bold fashion choices — ranks among the show’s best ever. Brimming with acid-tinged one-liners, delivered […]

Heathers Review: Wickedly Witty, Paramount Network’s Reboot Is Killer

Dear diary, color me impressed. As a huge fan of 1989’s Heathers, I sat down to watch the first five episodes of Paramount (fka Spike TV) Network’s reboot fully expecting to pull a muscle from rolling my eyes so hard and so often. Instead, version 2.0 of the black comedy made me feel like I’d […]

Here and Now Review: Alan Ball’s Family Drama Is a Dull Disappointment

In the first episode of Alan Ball’s new HBO drama Here and Now, when a family gathers for the patriarch’s 60th birthday, the adult kids all scramble to bring an unsuspecting guest along with them as a buffer. And it’s completely understandable: After watching four episodes, I want to spend as little time alone with […]

Altered Carbon Review: Sci-Fi Drama Is Visually Stunning, Unevenly Paced

When technology advances to the point that death is more a minor inconvenience and less a consciousness-ending blow, humans will have the theoretical ability to live forever. But Altered Carbon, Netflix’s optically impressive yet frustratingly off-balance new drama, makes a convincing argument that we probably shouldn’t. The sci-fi series, which begins streaming its entire first season […]

Superior Donuts A Must See Sitcom

If you are on the hunt for a situational comedy that will make you laugh out loud, you can check out the CBS sophomore series. It is based on a play of the same...

The Resident Review: Dark Fox Drama Is the Cure for Medical-Show Fatigue

There’s a scene in the pilot of Fox’s new medical drama The Resident where an idealistic young intern relentlessly pounds on the chest of a dying drug addict, eventually getting her heart beating again. Most medical dramas would stop right there , cue up a triumphant indie-pop song on the soundtrack and cut to commercial. […]

Black Mirror Season 4 Returns With A Bang

Black Mirror is an anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world.  It consists of stand-alone episodes of sharp, suspenseful tales that explores themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. Without questioning it, technology...

American Crime Story: Versace Review: Season 2 Is OK, But It’s No O.J.

Season 2 of FX’s American Crime Story has big gloves shoes to fill. Ryan Murphy’s true-crime anthology kicked off in spectacular fashion with The People v. O.J. Simpson, which injected fresh drama into the infamous Trial of the Century on its way to nine Emmys. Two years later, ACS is finally back with The Assassination […]

9-1-1 Review: An All-Star Cast Can’t Resuscitate Fox’s Stale Procedural

Ryan Murphy’s TV shows always attract top-notch talent, and his new Fox drama 9-1-1 (debuting Wednesday at 9/8c) is no exception, with Connie Britton, Peter Krause and Angela Bassett all signing on to star. But maybe they should’ve taken a closer look at the script first: 9-1-1 is an uninspiring jumble of recycled TV-procedural clichés, […]

Black Mirror Season 4 Review: All Six Episodes, Graded and Ranked

It’s that time of year again: time to get the pants scared off of you by terrifying tales of technology run amok. Yes, friends, Black Mirror is back. Season 4 of Netflix’s sci-fi anthology has arrived, with six new standalone episodes set in their own slightly altered reality where futuristic tech goes terribly wrong. This […]

The Crown Season 2 Report Card: What Ruled? And What Royally Stumbled?

Warning: This post contains spoilers for all 10 episodes of The Crown‘s second season. If you’ve finished the season, keep calm and read on. Queen Elizabeth II’s reign has officially entered its second era: Season 2 of Netflix’s Emmy-winning period drama The Crown is now streaming, and it covers the British monarch’s life from 1955 […]

Curb Your Enthusiasm Returns and a Must Watch for HBO

The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself into with his friends and complete strangers is back on television and funny as ever. After a six year hiatus, Larry David...

Happy! Review: Syfy’s Pitch-Black Shoot-‘Em-Up Is a Wild Holiday Ride

If your idea of Christmas cheer is a drunk hit man coughing up blood in a dive-bar bathroom to the sounds of “Jingle Bells”… well, Syfy has a holiday treat for you. To be clear, the network’s wild new graphic-novel adaptation Happy! — debuting this Wednesday at 10/9c — is most definitely not for everyone. […]

Arrowverse ‘Crisis on Earth-X’ Crossover vs. Justice League: Which DC Team-Up Was Most Super?

This November played host to a pair of DC superhero team-ups — the big screen’s Justice League and TV’s Arrowverse crossover. Which proved to be most super? Justice League of course is a massive franchise film that cost a reported $300 million to make, and runs 120 minutes. The CW’s “Crisis on Earth-X” event meanwhile […]

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Review: Gilmore Girls Banter Meets Vintage Woody Allen, With a...

Amy Sherman-Palladino’s characters are always so casually witty, it’s about time one of them actually tried being funny for a living, right? The Gilmore Girls creator’s sparkling new Amazon comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel — debuting Wednesday, Nov. 29 — is set in the burgeoning stand-up comedy scene of 1958 New York City, and that […]

Once Upon a Time: Season Seven Viewer Votes

  With Emma, Snow, Charming, and Belle (mostly) off the canvas, does any magic remain in the seventh season of the Once Upon a Time TV show on ABC? As we all know, the Nielsen...

Review: The Orville A Must Watch

THE ORVILLE is a live-action, one-hour, ensemble comedic drama set 400 years in the future that follows the adventures of The Orville, a mid-level exploratory spaceship, as its crew, both human and alien, face...

Review: Game of the Thrones Season Finale

As a Fan of Game of Thrones, I was disappointed after watching the season finale.  I was satisfied with the direction of the plots and revelations but disappointed that I will have to wait...

Game of Thrones S07E06 Review

After seven seasons and small sprinkles of white walkers menacingly popping up and leaving fans curiosity running wild, fans were rewarded by the main plot focusing on the impeding fight, now that the long...

Is Marlon Worth Watching?

Being a avid television fan I am skeptic about new shows.  I went into this with preconceive conceptions about what to expect from Marlon Wayans who is known for his comedic roles, and his...
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Game of Thrones (S7EP1 Review)

Game of Thrones return a few weeks ago and we are now in the third episode, but I want to talk about the most shocking plot in the first episode.  For those who haven't...

Power Season 4 Starts 25 June

If you haven't heard of Power, you are definitely missing out on one of the best urban drama on television.  The series follows James St. Patrick (Hardwick), nicknamed "Ghost," an owner of a popular...

DC Legends of Tomorrow Season Finale

Unlike other fans, I like to bing watch episodes of DC's Legends of  Tomorrow.  I find it makes for a more fun ride since I don't have to wait another week see what happen....

Blindspot Season 2

Unfortunately, the mystery of Jane Doe was lost in Season two and the show is now a standard police procedure.  It reminds me of seasons 1-3 of “Persons Unknown”.  It was really good in...

Hanna Review: Amazon Serves Up Another Flashy But Hollow Drama

Does Amazon have a drama series problem? I’m beginning to think it might, after watching the first three episodes of Hanna (debuting Friday, March...

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