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Constantine – New Extended TV Spot

NBC has revealed a new extended TV spot for the series that features new footage. Based on the wildly popular comic book series Hellblazer from DC Comics, seasoned demon hunter and master of the occult John Constantine is armed with a ferocious knowledge of the dark arts...

Vinnie Jones To Appear On ‘Arrow’ As Danny ‘Brick’ Brickwell

The comic book villain Danny ‘Brick’ Brickwell will be making his appearance on the third season of Arrow and will be played by British actor Vinnie Jones. In the DC comics, ‘Brick’ is a Green Arrow villain with thick, invulnerable skin. In ‘Arrow,’ Danny Brickwell is a ruthless...

Gotham "Viper" Review: Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

Gotham S01E05: “Viper” After several weeks of mediocre-at-best episodes, “Viper” was pleasantly surprising in both its writing and its execution. Fish Mooney formally launched her plan to bring down Falcone, while Penguin was formally taken in by the Maroni crime family. Bruce Wayne continued to act like a tiny adult—and everyone continued to treat him like one—but I was...

Once Upon a Time "The Apprentice" Review: The Hand Jive

Once Upon a Time S04E04: “The Apprentice” SOOO. It occurred to me somewhere around the third act of “The Apprentice” that a lot of OUAT consists of two people standing opposite one other, angrily justifying the plot of the episode. Maybe this is why people run around so much in other episodes? Because there was noticeably less running around this episode,...

Sleepy Hollow "The Weeping Lady" Review: Cry Me A River (Because This Is Starting to Worry Me)

Sleepy Hollow S02E05: “The Weeping Lady“ The announcement that Fox was expanding Sleepy Hollow‘s second season from 13 to 18 episodes was a concern for many fans. It even raised flags for some of us here at TV.com, but before the season began I decided to give the show the benefit of the doubt. Like, why get myself...

What to Watch Tonight: Sleepy Hollow Meets the Weeping Lady, The Millers Returns, and American Dad Moves to TBS

What to watch on Monday, October 20… 8pm, The CWThe Originals Esther invites Klaus and Elijah to what’s bound to be a lovely family dinner in “Every Mother’s Son,” one that won’t involve buried secrets or nefarious schemes, except yeah, that’s exactly what it will involve. 8pm, FoxGotham Gordon and Bullock must root out the...

Arrow Casts Vinnie Jones as DC Comics Villain Brick

Well here’s a match made in casting heaven. British actor Vinnie Jones has signed on to guest-star on Arrow, reports Variety. The former footballer who’s known for playing loud, aggressive, and angry types will take on the role of Green Arrow villain Danny “Brick” Brickwell for three episodes. In the comics, Brick is known for...

The Walking Dead "Strangers" Review: Unhappy Meal

The Walking Dead S05E02: “Strangers” I’ll say this right up front as a reminder: The Walking Dead: The TV Show is now well past the point I’ve read to in The Walking Dead: The Comics, so I’m no longer able to provide details on how the book and show have converged or diverged. But from what I understand, “Strangers”...

The Good Wife "Shiny Objects" Review: Dull Distractions

The Good Wife S06E05: “Shiny Objects” After last week’s very superb “Oppo Research” (Bishop setting up that PAC for Alicia? Terrific stuff), “Shiny Objects” was decidedly snoozy. And I’m saying that about an episode that involved a clown singing, “Here I am, a clown in your mind.” I mean, I truly find it startling that an...

Doctor Who "Flatline" Review: Hey, Look at Me, I’m the Doctor!

Doctor Who S08E09: “Flatline“ In a few weeks when we dig through the remnants of Season 8 and search for the strings of overarching plots and themes one thing will be clear: Originality and fear are the key to Doctor Who‘s success at this point. The show will probably never leave behind the historical adventures, like the one...

Revenge "Meteor" Review: Sins of the Father

Revenge S04E04: “Meteor“ When a meteoroid enters the Earth’s atmosphere and produces a streak of light, it’s called a meteor or a “shooting star.” A lot of people make wishes when they see them, probably because Jiminy Cricket sang about it once. Quick question: Do you think that when Emily used to wish to see her dad one...

Manhattan Season 1 Finale Review: Sifting Through the Fallout

Manhattan S01E13: “Perestroika” While I’d love to play some Jonsi & Alex right now, I can’t ignore Manhattan‘s awesome choice of The Papercuts’ “Future Primitive” as the driving track for its powerful closing. Have a listen as you read. The underlying question throughout Manhattan‘s first season wasn’t, “Which team will build the bomb first?” It also...