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Another standard episode of NBC's "massive" hit came and went, but what was this one really about?
We'll be honest: This schedule does not look very good at all.
There were lots of guns, lots of insults, and a boat, but no substance in another bad episode.
Last night's episode was a return to the series' terrible days.
Five dramas get early good news from the Peacock; no comedy announcements yet.
Despite featuring a nuclear bomb threat, this episode was a bore.
NBC is bumping Revolution and several networks are extending their news coverage in light of today's tragedy.
Rachel told everybody what caused the blackout, but you know what? It's not even that important.
Revolution has certainly picked up the pace and is seemingly ready to start delivering answers and blowing more stuff up. But I'm concerned that the character development is never going to catch up with the narrative's progressions.
NBC's sci-fi drama returned from its four-month break with a doozy of a development!
When does Whitney come to an end? And what about the shows you actually like?
Watch the opening scene of Revolution's return right now instead of waiting three weeks.
We put grades on the intros of Revolution, Partners, The Following, and more in the opening sequence of this series of stories about opening sequences.
Plus: HBO and Spielberg head back to WWII, how many people watched Lance admit he's a dope?, and Homeland demotes a regular.
NBC's powerless drama is still months away from returning, but producers think the break is a good thing.
Our look at the greatest TV things of the year kicks off with a dog, some explosions, and battles between two sets of perfectly matched foes.
Plus: PaleyFest announces some panels and dates, E! is developing a supernatural drama, and Ryan and Kellie reunite on The Mindy Project.
Some people are just the WORST! Especially these characters who showed up on TV this fall.
Price, Tim, and Jen discuss the week in television! This week: Liz & Dick, New Girl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,Homeland, The Walking Dead, Angus T. Jones, and more.
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