Ash vs Evil Dead

Starz, Saturdays at 9 PM

Oct 30, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

Only after zombies became bankable TV regulars could anyone have imagined the self-described "Ultimate Experience in Grueling Horror" becoming a TV series. And as the character Ash lived on after surviving 1981's The Evil Dead to flourish in its two sequels, the chainsaw-armed ass-kicker of the dead was too much fun not to make a comeback. More


CBS, Mondays 8/7 Central

Oct 23, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

Female superheroes haven't gotten much of a break in terms of TV and film adaptations. Most female-fronted comic book movies have been poorly received (2005's Elektra, 2004's Catwoman, 1984's Supergirl). They haven't fared much better on the small screen, unless you count iZombieand Agent Carter (who aren't even really superheroes, per se, but are great examples of what the genre could be).  More

Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo

HBO, Saturday October 17 at 10 PM

Oct 16, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

It's interesting that Amy Schumer's new HBO standup special Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo (which is directed by Chris Rock) begins with Nicki Minaj's "Beez in the Trap" over a montage of the female comedian's various exploits from the past year: photo shoots, red carpet shoots, previous stand up show clips, more photo shoots.  More

The Last Kingdom

BBC America, Saturdays 10/9 Central

Oct 09, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

History Channel's Vikings is one of the best depictions of the Viking era on TV today. It's only natural, then, that other channels would seek to replicate it to some degree or other. BBC America's The Last Kingdom takes replication to the extreme, though. More

Heroes Reborn

NBC, Thursdays 8/7 Central

Sep 24, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

In the comics that serve as an inspirational source for NBC's Heroes franchise, rising from the dead, like the proverbial phoenix from the ashes, can be a pivotal, franchise-defining feat. Or killing off a hero and bringing him back can be tried, and the resurrected hero can prove as boring or stagnant as before, rather than refreshed. More

Scream Queens

FOX, Tuesdays 8/7C

Sep 22, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

In 1995, a pregnant pledge gave birth and died at a Kappa Kappa Tau party at Wallace University. Now, 20 years later, someone (or ones) is stalking the sorority, killing off its current and aspiring sisters one at a time in darn bloody fashion. More


NBC, Mondays 10/9 Central

Sep 21, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

A beat cop patrolling Times Square discovers a giant duffle bag left abandoned in the middle of New York City's greatest tourist destination with a cryptic, unsettling note pinned to its side"Call the FBI." The bomb squad quickly responds, but no one expects what happens next.  More

Gotham (Season 2)

FOX, Mondays 8/7 Central

Sep 21, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

Ben McKenzie returns as James "future commissioner" Gordon in Gotham, FOX's sophomore drama about young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) and the city that has yet to know a Batman. After a dispute with current Commissioner Loeb, Gordon's walking the streets as a beat cop, and his former partner, Bullock (Donal Logue) is off the force completely, having traded in his badge for a bartending gig.  More

Minority Report

FOX, Mondays 9/8 Central

Sep 21, 2015 TV Web Exclusive

It has been 10 years since the PreCrime division was shuttered in Minority Report, FOX's serialized sequel to Steven Spielberg's 2002 film of the same name. Prophetic twins Arthur and Dash, and their older and more powerful sister, Agatha, had been known as the Precogs, a trio of siblings able to predictand therefore help the police preventfuture murders.  More