Blindspot (S03E09): Hot Burning Flames

Review: Around the five minute mark, I realized exactly what this midseason premiere was going for. Weller finally tells Jane the truth about him causing her daughter’s death while the team takes on the case of the week by themselves which was exciting to watch. Out of this emotional turmoil, the team, especially Zapata and…

Blindspot Catch Up

Review: My holidays were spent catching up on the wonderful new season and reviewing the experience. Here goes nothing: The storyline so far this season has been an improvement from the overtly gritty second season. It’s afterwards, when I’m putting all my thoughts together, that I realize how well the second season set the third…

TV Series Hub’s Favorite New TV Shows of 2017!

Now that the year 2017 is almost over, we want to look back and see what new shows graced our TV’s this year. Some of our writers have submitted their favorite new show of 2017 and you can find the results on the list below. Make sure to check out all these amazing shows! Damnation…

Gotham: (S04E11) “Queen Takes Knight”

Review: The bloody first half of Gotham’s fourth season has ended… bloody. The comics often dive into violence, but this show has such a wonton campiness to its violence that it is actually quite easy to get swept up in it. It has been a spectacular and Grant Morrison-y ride so far with Professor Pyg…

The Defenders (S01E01): “The H Word”

Review: The lives of New Yorkers hang in the balance again in Netflix’s latest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Defenders. Other than display the evil machinations of The Hand and its leader Alexandra, plays brilliantly by Sigourney Weaver, the pilot is excellent and comprehensive at showing the in’s and out’s of our four…

Gotham: (S04E10) “Things That Go Boom”

Review: The piano playing in the background of this episode was quite fitting. The studio knows what it is doing to raise the episode’s tension. #MusicAppreciation because that’s an underrated aspect of most shows. In the park known as the Narrows, Leslie faced a new threat… The family of Nygma, Leslie and Grundy is formidable…

Will Smith: National Geographic Taps Academy Award® Nominee as Host of ‘One Strange Rock’

National Geographic announces Academy Award®-nominated actor Will Smith (“Ali,” “Pursuit of Happyness,” “Men in Black I, II, III”) as host of its new 10-episode global event series ONE STRANGE ROCK (#OSR), from Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (“mother!,” “Black Swan,” “Requiem for a Dream”) and award-winning producer Jane Root (“America The Story of Us,” “The…

Gypsy: Netflix Campaign (Petition)

After one of Netflix Original series “Gypsy” has been cancelled, only 6 weeks after it aired, it left us all hanging and distraught. The online Gypsy fan community started a campaign for Netflix to renew the show. Hoping to get answers on the protagonist behaviour, and past, which is explorable in Season 2. If you…

A one on one with the creator of Damnation, Tony Tost

How did you create the tv show?  What was your inspiration? Like most TV writers, my goal has always been to create and run my own show. For five years, I had a great gig writing for Longmire: first as a freelancer, then eventually as a writer-producer. This meant six months out of every year…

SMILF (S01E01) “A Box of Dunkies and Two Squirts of Maple Syrup”

  SMILF premiered right after Shameless Sunday night and quickly became Showtime’s highest rated debut since Billions with over 1 million live viewers.  Not bad for a smart comedy created, written, directed, and starred in by Frankie Shaw (Good Girls Revolt, Mr. Robot, and Blue Mountain Resort).  If you like strong, smart ass, figuring it…