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TV Club: Designated Survivor tries for thrills, doesn’t quite get there

I’m not sure what we’re supposed to make of Abe Leonard. Rob Morrow plays him like a man who probably isn’t drunk right now, but will be soon; a sloppy, potentially irresponsible reporter whose hunt for the truth may be motivated by a deeper calling, or just an irresponsible attempt at self-glorification. Show More Summary

'The 100' Interview: Lindsey Morgan on Raven's Bittersweet Decision

An end is coming on The 100. Praimfaya is threatening all of humanity and on a personal level Raven's brain is deteriorating. In "DNR," Raven decided to forgo a trip to the bunker and go out on her own terms as a spacewalker. BuddyTV talked to Lindsey Morgan about that bittersweet decision, the possibility of Raven being saved, ALIE on the Ark and more.

'Criminal Minds' Recap: Reid Remembers Who Framed Him After a Big Surprise

Criminal Minds is putting the pieces in place for the end of the season, and with only two episodes to go after this one, they can't draw it out any longer: the person who framed Reid has to be revealed. And she is.Also in "Unforgettable,"...Show More Summary

TV Club: Archer’s resident mad scientist finally gets to be a hero, in his own deranged, evil way

Let’s talk about Krieger. A few weeks ago, I put forward the opinion that Archer’s more exaggerated characters—specifically Cheryl/Carol/Charlotte, in the case of “Berenice”—were too chaotic to fully support the structure of an episode. Show More Summary

Designated Survivor: The White House Mole Was Revealed

Moles are everywhere! It is in every show's contract to have at least one mole storyline per season. I'm exaggerating, of course, though it wouldn't be too hard to believe given how many sneaky, rat-faced moles we see every season on our televisions. Designated Survivor took its turn with the mole... Read More > Other Links From Designated Survivor

TV Club: Fargo gets more interesting as the Stussy feud turns messy

The title of tonight’s episode, “The Principle Of Restricted Choice,” is a reference to bridge—the card game, not the spanning structures that keep cars out of rivers. I had to look it up, but put as basically as possible, it means that it’s possible to have some sense of what a player is holding by going off the cards they play. Show More Summary

TV Club: Instead of setting the table, Underground burns down the house

I suppose it’s fitting to have a big fire conclude tonight’s Underground, since it felt kind of like a burner episode. After a gut-wrenching opening that appeared to show us the end of Daniel’s adventures in literacy, “Auld Acquaintance”...Show More Summary

'13 Reasons Why' Near Season 2 Renewal at Netflix

A writers' room for the sophomore run of the controversial drama started up weeks ago. read more

'Arrow' Recap: Team Arrow Has To Fight ... Felicity?

Adrian Chase is a known serial killer after the epsiode "Disbanded," but Team Arrow is no closer to finding him. Chase has been off the map since his identity was revealed by Team Arrow and there is no hope or way of tracking him down. Show More Summary

The 100's Lindsey Morgan Explains Raven's Big Decision

The 100 returned tonight after nearly a month away, and it brought with it a chance for survival. With just six days left before the onslaught of radiation, a bunker has been found that...

Empire's 7 Most Crazy Moments: Lucious' Struggle Ponytail Edition

Poor Cookie's (Taraji P. Henson) roll of the love dice earned her snake eyes on this week's Empire, when her relationship with Angelo (Taye Diggs) went left AND Lucious (Terrence Howard) proved again he's not good -- or even available -- for her either. Show More Summary

Southern Charm’s Cameran Eubanks Pregnant! Announces She’s Expecting A Daughter With Husband Jason

A big heap of well wishes are in order! There’s a Southern Charmer who isn’t Thomas Ravenel with some baby news! Cameran Eubanks, who has been riding an iffy maternal train for the first three seasons has just announced that she is expecting a daughter with husband Jason Wimberly. Show More Summary

TV Club: Speechless’ J.J. learns a great lesson from one who can actually teach him

It would have been hard for Speechless to top the last new episode, “C-H-- CHEATER!,” but “R-U-N-- RUNAWAY” was a solid follow-up. The first key point to its success is that it picks up right where the last episode left off. To paraphrase...Show More Summary

TV Club: Arrow has failed Felicity Smoak, at least a little

How this season has used Felicity is either the best arc she has ever had or, if perhaps not the worst, then at least one of the most frustrating stories she has featured in. “Dangerous Liaisons” feels like the culmination of an important section of her arc, as underlined by the explosion that ends the episode. Show More Summary

TV Club: It’s choosing to die vs. choosing to fight on The 100’s ”DNR”

Hey, The 100 fans—I’m back filling in for Kyle and I’m sure the regular readers will be pleased to know I enjoyed this week’s episode far more than the last one I reviewed. So let’s dive right in to “DNR.” Choosing death The juxtaposition...Show More Summary

Eva Longoria Discusses Her "Vital" 'Empire' Arc, Stepping Behind the Camera

"It was something I really hadn't done," the actress tells THR about her conservative politician character. read more

What That Huge Arrow Cliffhanger May Mean For Oliver And Felicity

Arrow Season 5 is coming to an end, and the latest episode ended on a cliffhanger that may have quite dire consequences for Oliver and Felicity.

'Survivor: Game Changers' Recap: How Arrogance Can Get You Blindsided

So the merge happened on the previous episode of Survivor: Game Changers, but we didn't quite get the usual fireworks associated with the merge. Hali was sent home as an easy outsider without and alliance and then Debbie targeted Ozzy to eliminate a massive challenge threat. Show More Summary

Newswire: PBS to remind viewers how good they have it with Victorian Slum House reality show

Though it’s probably not a thing that happens in real-life too often, there’s an old sitcom trope where someone decides that their family is taking their cushy lives for granted and takes them to “the bad part of town” or some similarly scary situation, with American Dad and The Office putting their own little spins on the basic concept. Show More Summary

Blindspot Delivered Some Authentic Jeller Moments in a Fun Episode

At certain points this season, Blindspot has appeared to be at war with itself. The show arrived on NBC as a significant hit, doing the kind of mystery procedural thing that made The Blacklist (and dozens of other projects) an even bigger success in years prior. Show More Summary

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