In an attempt to move away from the traditional police procedural TV series, many networks involve new twists, usually of a digital kind. The police procedural haven that is CBS, of course, is doing this as well. With Wisdom Of The Crowd, CBS has a new addition to the crime drama line-up, and this show introduces the concept of crowd-sourcing to the genre.
Starting off with a great scene, Marvel’s Inhumans fails to stay entertaining during the entire two-hour series premiere. The new ABC series is yet another show on ABC set in the Marvel universe. This time at the center of attention are the Inhumans.
It starts like Men In Black and then turns into a funny version of The X-Files. FOX couldn’t have picked anyone better to lead this show than Craig Robinson and Adam Scott.
Following NBC’s The Brave and with The CW’s Valor still coming up, SEAL Team is part of the military drama trend that seems to be happening at the broadcast networks. Similarly to The Brave, however, SEAL Team is bland and forgettable.
August 20th, 1989, marks the date that Lyle and Erik Menendez murdered their parents in their Beverly Hills home. New anthology series Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders chronicles what happened after that.