The Detour Review: TBS Comedy With Jason Jones and Natalie Zea Starts Strong, Quickly Runs Out of Gas
Within the first four episodes of TBS’ new comedy The Detour, Jason Jones’ Nate takes a jar of urine to the face, his wife Robin (Justified‘s Natalie Zea) finds herself on the receiving end of her kids’ projectile vomiting, and then Nate READ MORE
The Girlfriend Experience Review: Starz' Escort Drama Is Hot, But a Little Cold
Is it me or is it… chilly in here?
Starz’ new half-hour drama The Girlfriend Experience — premiering Sunday at 8/7c and loosely based on Steven Soderbergh’s 2009 film — has copious amounts of graphic sex, but its sterile, READ MORE
Outlander Season 2 Review: The Frasers Take Paris With Stylish, Sexy Aplomb
Paris is for lovers, which makes it the perfect setting for the sophisticated — and ultimately successful — return of Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser. READ MORE
The Path Review: Stellar Cast Will Strengthen Your Belief in Hulu's Deliberate, Intriguing New Drama
Ambiguity may not be the end goal of most religions, but it’s the cornerstone of Hulu’s new drama series The Path, a meditative examination of a fast-growing cult (or is it merely a movement?) and its ambitious, sometimes menacing leader. READ MORE
The Catch Review: Total Lack of Surprise in New Shondaland Drama Is the Biggest Surprise of All
There’s an implicit promise built in to ABC’s #TGIT programming block: READ MORE
Heartbeat Review: [Insert Your Own 'Dead on Arrival' Zinger Here]
Like a mom blasting Iggy Azalea from her Kia Sedona in the middle-school pickup lane, NBC’s new medical drama Heartbeat is so desperate to be cool, it’ll make you reflexively wince, then pretend you can’t see it. READ MORE
The Passion Live: Trisha Yearwood Dominates the Fox Musical as Mary
Stealing the spotlight from Jesus is no easy feat — on Palm Sunday, no less — but Trisha Yearwood did just that during Fox’s The Passion Live. READ MORE
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Review: Is the New Team Overpowering the Original?
A year ago, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s midseason premiere picked up from a winter finale in which a familiar someone had been “transformed” into an Inhuman something.
And now here we are again READ MORE
Underground Review: Thriller Aspect, Modern Riffs Drive WGN's Slave Drama
Having previously plumbed the 17th-century and then the 1940s via Salem and Manhattan, WGN America’s next period drama, Underground, aims to bring a modern sensibility to the senseless injustice of slavery READ MORE
Damien Review: End of Days Can't Come Soon Enough for A&E's Leaden Horror Continuation
Who let this dog in?
That’s a question you’ll ask every time a growling Rottweiler makes a surprise appearance — at a Manhattan police precinct! in a kindly professor’s study! outside the bathroom of a Chilean rectory! — during A&E’s horror-flick continuation Damien. READ MORE