President Heller forced everybody's hand, with explosive results.
Before any show or actor can be nominated for an Emmy, they must essentially nominate themselves to be nominated, and it's a very weird process.
Live Another Day passed the halfway mark with a full-scale drone assault and a whole lot of DAMMITs.
Starz's new drama Power covers well-traversed ground, but gets by on some solid performances and a slick look.
This was a less-than-stellar episode, as things got very messy very quickly.
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Things got explosive this week in another strong episode.
The network is airing the hospital procedural as a summer burn-off, but should you check it out anyway? Read on to find out.
Live Another Day started to ramp up the plot this week, and it was pretty fun.
The very bloody "Berlin: Conclusion" left lot of questions unanswered, but provided key insights on the most important one of all.
Hour three kept the story moving and found some time to more clearly introduce a few characters, but it also brought back that familiar feeling of people just running around chasing one another until something more interesting comes to pass.
NBC's extended remake of the classic film is bloated and fails to provide any real reason for why it should exist.
With "Son of Man," The Tomorrow People went full Matrix.