This week’s television includes the series finales of the beloved Lost Girl, and the slightly less beloved Second Chance. Stitchers returns for a slightly retooled second season, while iZombie, Arrow and The Flash come back from hiatus! My body is ready—is yours? It’s all on This Week’s TV.
Daredevil returns with Elektra and the Punisher! The season finale of Colony! The Ninja Turtles meet their 1980s counterparts! And saints be praised, there’s a new Pee-Wee Herman movie! All this, and much, much more on This Week’s TV!
The Bible rules television this week. First, Damien brings the Antichrist to TV—and competes with Lucifer! Then ABC unveils its long-delayed Bible soap opera Of Kings and Prophets. Also, Joe Dante directs Legends of Tomorrow! The return of Agents of SHIELD! If that weren’t enough, Jonathan Frakes, Jemma Simmons and…
Gotham begins as Agent Carter ends! The Muppets and Shannara Chronicles close out their seasons with uncertain fates, but Frank Oz returns to voice a CG Yoda on Rebels! It’s a stark time for puppets, but hey, Last Man On Earth is back! And Madchen “Dream Lover” Amick makes a villainous turn on Second Chance! It’s all…
We could know a lot more about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 very soon. Hugh Jackman has an update on Wolverine 3. Could Smallville’s Superman ever show up on Supergirl? Peter Capaldi discusses Doctor Who’s new showrunner. Plus, a new clip from Zootopia, and helpful Deadpool advertising. To me, my Spoilers!
Second Chance is the latest example of a TV show that has a wacky premise, with “...and then they fight crime!” added to the end of the description. In this one, an elderly sheriff is murdered, brought back as a young hunk, and teams up with the science twins that resurrected him... to fight crime!
Tis the season for online binge-watching—and getting a jump on TV episodes that haven’t yet hit the airwaves. Several networks are offering sneak peeks of shows online, including USA’s dystopian thriller Colony, and Fox’s Frankenstein-inspired cop drama Second Chance.
They have the technology.
We’ve posted about Fox’s upcoming Frankenstein-themed drama in the past; it’s about a troubled sheriff who comes back to life (in younger, better mode) through the miracle of mad science. So far, the most distinctive thing about it is that Fox can’t seem to settle on a title.
There was no shortage of crappy, short-lived genre shows in the 1980s, but only one of them accidentally predicted the death year of a newly deceased Libyan strongman.
Remember the eStarling? It's the $249 digital picture frame from Think Geek that promised Wi-Fi connectivity, RSS downloads and the ability to email pictures directly to it, but ruined the Christmases of thousands of people who were sucked in by its false allure. It simply didn't work, so all of them were recalled.…