The Cinemax series signed off for good in typical fashion, with a satisfying and adrenaline-pumping finale that saw Scott and Stonebridge face down one last seemingly impossible situation.
Scott and Stonebridge are back for one last mission to rescue the daughter of an ambassador. There are guns. And explosions. And a nightclub called Diamondz.
Price joins Tim and Cory to talk about a busy week in TV—and hardbodied torsos.
Including UnReal, Dead Like Me, Peaky Blinders, and more.
The wait is finally over!
Plus: Taraji P. Henson gets a new job, Mind Games is off to a tricky start, and meet the biggest Breaking Bad out there.
Plus: It's Always Sunny got off to a bright start on FXX, Defiance adds two to its cast, and a date for the next great HBO series.
Plus: A return date for Strike Back, Parks and Recreation welcomes Kristen Bell, and Comic-Con bags with capes!
Plus: An Oscar winner brings his eye to FX, Astrid will guest star on ABC, and The Walking Dead's ousted showrunner will be okay.
Back for its second season (third—and subtitled Strike Back: Vengeance—if you're British), action series uses straightforward storytelling to facilitate maximum explosions, kill shots, and nudity.
Plus: Being Human promotes its blood-soaked blonde, History makes some history, and World Peace comes to TV!
All week long, we'll be grading the title sequences of 2011's new fall shows. How do Homeland's, Allen Gregory's, and Once Upon a Time's measure up?
Plus: Two Buffy vets visit Supernatural and internet abomination Fred returns for another TV movie.
Plus: Supernatural and a Craig Ferguson stand-up special.
Plus: The return of Syfy's Sanctuary and Ben Stiller on SNL.