Buying a motorcycle helmet is a very tricky process. Most helmets are impossible to find if you want to try them on, plus everything fits differently, and most of the descriptions provided by helmet-makers are indecipherable and incoherent. Luckily for you, I get to try a lot of them out firsthand—and I’m here to help.
Your fragile mind can’t have forgotten the terrifying technothriller series known Scorpion. Because it features the worst hacking scenes ever broadcast in any medium.
It’s officially the start of fall TV season, and seven new shows are launching. But only one of them has bowled us over. Plus Gotham is back, and nuttier than ever. And how will the Doctor save Clara from the Daleks? Plus, David Tennant as the Fugitoid! All this and more, on This Week’s TV!
Subway (the person) returns to Community for a new marketing scheme, but can it possibly be as hysterical as his last appearance? Plus, what’s wrong with Orphan Black’s male clones? What happens when a zombie eats a gamer’s brains? And what are Tyrion and Varys up to on next week’s Game of Thrones? We’ve got the…
Orphan Black is back! While we're excited to find out what's in store after last season's big clone reveal, there's more TV goodness in store this week: Major Lazer gets its own cartoon; we learn Melinda May's secret origin on SHIELD, and The CW debuts its new angel drama The Messengers.
Yes, Mark Hamill is back in his second most iconic DC role in this week's The Flash. Will Syfy's Greek mythology show Olympus be cheesy fun or just plain terrible? Plus, Outlander's back from its honeymoon, Archer finishes up its season finale, and Steven Universe crosses over with Uncle Grandpa.
Word is that this week's Walking Dead season finale will be full of tears, so be sure to stock up on tissues. Meanwhile, Community awards a college degree to a dog, Finch's plan unfolds on Person of Interest, Captain Cold and Heat Wave are back on The Flash, and on Arrow, the Suicide Squad gets a new mission.
It's finally here: Powers, the cops-for-superheroes TV show based on the comic book debuts this week, and we'll see if it lives up to the source material. (Eddie Izzard as a villain is a good start.) Plus, we've got tons of new Steven Universe this week and check out what Tara and Eugene are up to on next week's …
There is a lot of intriguing villainy happening this week, with Gotham in pursuit of the Red Hood gang, and a trio of Disney villains joining forces on Once Upon a Time. Plus, Sleepy Hollow's season finale looks immensely fun, and Agent Carter's enemies make their big move as the first season closes.
Last night on Scorpion, our gang of geniuses goes on a cruise ship to deal with some deadly rockets that are being smuggled on it. Which leads to this great scene, where a rocket is going to hit a Navy helicopter in 45 seconds... unless a little kid can hack into a Japanese destroyer in time.
One of America's Founding Fathers may still be alive in Sleepy Hollow's latest colonial-themed quest. Plus, Tarkin arrives on Star Wars Rebels — and he's Grand Moff Tarkin now. Check out a clip of Batman rocking out on Teen Titans Go! and see what happens when the SSR agents meet Agent Carter's pearl-clutching…
Go Team Venture! The Venture Bros. may just be back for a one-hour special, but you know what? We'll take it. Plus, Billy Dee Williams reprises his role as Lando Calrissian on Star Wars Rebels, The Flash and Arrow are back from vacation, and American Horror Story and Galavant finish their seasons.
We have a couples beginnings this week with the premiere of the TV adaptation of Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys (which we're pretty optimistic about!) and the return of Helix — can its new island setting win us over? Plus, The Librarians closes its first season while Constantine and Grimm are back from vacation.
In the ongoing saga of the "special" kid who helps the mentally-enabled Scorpion team, we got this gem. It turns out that the boss mental enabler Walter taught genius child Ralph how to be "ten encryptions deep" on a game. But that's not the worst thing!
Oh, television, how we missed you. Not only have many of our favorite shows returned from winter break, the long-awaited Agent Carter premieres, as does the sixth season of Archer. Neil Patrick Harris joins American Horror Story and Firefly's Morena Baccarin turns up in Gotham's Arkham Asylum.
He used to be so cool and unpredictable. He would breeze into a complicated situation and make it simple through the razor-sharp power of his intellect. But lately, he’s gotten dull, performing the same party trick over and over. The “smartest man in the room” is overexposed lately, and he needs a vacation.
We say a big farewell this week to one of our favorite shows, The Legend of Korra, which ends after four seasons with a huge, mecha-filled battle. Plus, Syfy introduces its new miniseries, Ascension, set 50 years after JFK launches a generation ship into space. Get sneak peeks at the rest of this week's TV right here!
We've got a bunch of mid-seasons finales happening this weekend, including a showdown between the Flash and the Reverse-Flash, a Castiel family reunion on Supernatural, and Ra's Al Ghul's ultimatum on Arrow. But Once Upon a Time kicks off its cliffhanger with a story shift—and a Disney villain team-up.
We've got some interesting comic book characters coming to TV this week, with Gotham focused on Harvey Dent and Cupid bringing her brand of insanity to Arrow. Plus, Sleepy Hollow deals with a ghost haunting the psychiatric hospital and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is in for a violent family reunion.
That's right, Supernatural is celebrating its 200th episode with a musical, and teenage girls are playing the roles of Sam and Dean. Atlantis returns for another season of mashed-up Greek mythology; Gravity Falls heads to time jail; and Z Nation has to deal with glowing, radioactive zombies. Get all the details…