By Emily Donovan on August 18, 2017
The Orville is on a collision course with success with Seth MacFarlane at the helm. This cross between Family Guy, Star Trek, and Galaxy Quest looks like it’s going to be entertaining.
By Robin Oatley on August 17, 2017
This series is like every family comedy you’ve ever seen. It’s not out there, it’s not particularly new or innovative, and it’s very Marlon-esque. But if you’re a Wayans fan who loves a good ‘90-s style family comedy, you will love it.
By Robin Oatley on August 5, 2017
Marlon is committed to co-parenting his two kids with his ex-wife, but he may not be the best father ever. Still, family always comes first. This series is probably exactly what you would expect from a series starring Marlon Wayans, which is a good thing if you like that type of thing.
By Robin Oatley on August 4, 2017
The Guest Book is set in a small mountain town, and revolves around a cottage called Froggy Cottage run by Wilfrid (Charlie Robinson). Each episode focuses on a new set of guests and the things that happen to them during their stay – which they write about in the guest book.
By Robin Oatley on August 3, 2017
On a day to the beach with her family, Cora suddenly runs up to a random man and stabs him to death. She doesn’t know why, nobody does, but she did it. What made Cora do what she did?
By Emily Donovan on July 29, 2017
Although it is hard to judge Room 104 as an entire series due to the anthological nature of it, the series did come strong out of the gate.
By Robin Oatley on July 25, 2017
Laura Price isn’t crazy: Laura knows her 8-year-old daughter is going to be murdered. She doesn’t know who the murderer is, or why she’s killed, but she knows exactly when it will happen, where, and how. She knows this because it already happened, and she got sent back in time to try and prevent it.
By Emily Donovan on July 25, 2017
Ever feel like you’re the only normal person in your town? Maybe you’ve been living in Midnight, Texas for all your life.
By Robin Oatley on July 21, 2017
The Guest Book revolves around the lives of the employees of a group of rental cottages in a small mountain town, and the cottage visitors. Each episode focuses on a different guest star playing a vacationer, while the regulars portray the town’s residents.