AMC’s 1980s-set computer drama
“Halt and Catch Fire” finished its first season Sunday night (Aug. 3) as Joe, Gordon, Cameron and Donna all got some closure to their stories.
The show debuted to not-so-strong ratings, and hasn’t made as much of a pop culture splash as the network’s other dramas. As the season wrapped up with episode 10, “1984,” Cameron and Donna turned out to… Continue reading 'Halt and Catch Fire' Season 1 finale: Did AMC's drama live up to its promise?
Residents of the United Kingdom and Ireland looking to get paid to watch movies and television shows are in luck: Netflix wants to hire you.
The streaming service… Continue reading Netflix Wants to Pay You to Watch Movies and TV Shows (But There's a Catch)
It’s the moment Deadliest Catch fans have been waiting for since hearing that the Cornelia Marie would return in season 10: The beloved blue boat is back in the Bering Sea in the June 10 episode. Watch the opening of the hour below. The clip serves as both a tribute to the late Capt. Phil Harris and a recap of son Josh’s journey to follow in his dad’s footsteps.
Warning: it’s wonderful… Continue reading ‘Deadliest Catch’: The Cornelia Marie is finally coming — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Not long ago comedian and apparent J. R. R. Tolkien enthusiast Stephen Colbert revealed to fellow late night host David Letterman that he actually had a cameo in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. As you can see in the clip below, Letterman didn’t seem to believe Colbert when he insisted that his entire family flew to New Zealand to visit Peter Jackson’s set and ended up… Continue reading Did You Catch Stephen Colbert's Cameo in 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'?
As “Breaking Bad” reached the halfway point of its final eight episodes on Sunday (Sept. 1), one aspect of the show lingered — and not just the fact that Walt had apparently put a hit on Jesse.
In fact, it was something that wasn’t even part of the episode. It happened in the show’s first episode of 2013, and before that its first episode of… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' is running out of time to catch up to its flash-forwards