Death came to “Revolution” again in the shocking ending to midseason premiere episode “The Stand.” We’re only halfway through Season 1 and the show has already lost its second full-time cast member, now that Danny (Graham Rogers) has joined Maggie (Anna Lise Phillips) as casualties of the increasingly dangerous rebellion.
“I think it’s exactly the right type of shocking development that really ramps everybody up… Continue reading 'Revolution' midseason premiere shocker: Eric Kripke explains the dramatic ending (major spoilers)
The final “Breaking Bad” of 2012 was filled with powerful images — Skyler’s giant pile of money, Jesse breaking down after Walt visits, the prison-execution montage — and callbacks to previous episodes. In that way it felt very much like a finale.
But it’s not, really, and the way “Gliding Over All” ends illustrates the problem with splitting up the show’s final run the way AMC… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' midseason finale - 'Gliding Over All': Just when Walt thought he was out ...
Television’s midseason might not come with as much hype and push as the start of the fall season of TV, but that doesn’t mean it’s full of Bosom Buddies repeats (don’t be alarmed if you catch one, though; it’s actually just ABC’s Work It). There are plenty of high-quality baby shows calling early 2012 “mother”-here are the ones we’re looking forward to most.
10. Frozen Planet (Discovery)When it’s on: Sundays starting… Continue reading Our 10 Most Anticipated New Shows for Midseason 2012
Behold the broadcast primetime midseason schedule for December and January. Includes regular time-period premiere dates for Fox’s Alcatraz, NBC’s The Firm and 30 Rock, ABC’s The Bachelor and more:
How I Met Your Mother
2 Broke Girls
Two and a Half Men
Mike & Molly
Who’s Still Standing (premieres 12/19)
Fear Factor (premieres 12/12, 8-10pm)
Rock Center with Brian Williams
Alcatraz (premieres 1/16, 8-10pm)
The Bachelor (premieres 1/2)
Hart of Dixie
NCIS: Los Angeles
The Biggest Loser
New… Continue reading Midseason winter TV schedule 2012
THE MAIN COURSE
… FX has announced three midseason premiere dates: Justified, one of the most underrated shows on television (seriously, watch it), returns January 17 at 10pm. Animated comedy Archer, one of the most underrated shows on television (seriously, watch it) comes back January 19 at 10pm. Finally, new animated comedy Unsupervised, touted as being from some writers from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, will debut after Archer. [FX, via… Continue reading News Briefs: FX Announces Midseason Return Dates for Justified and Archer