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Review: Containment (The CW) - One-on-one copy plus some extra The CW vibes

By on April 20, 2016

The CW’s Containment is a remake of the Belgian series Cordon. The one-on-one copy of the series centers on a virus outbreak in Atlanta. Containment is an interesting show, with a good storyline and enough side stories to keep the viewers interested.


Review: Game Of Silence (NBC) - Secrets, secrets and more secrets

By on April 13, 2016

NBC is still trying to make a cable-esque drama happen. There is no need to worry if you missed Game Of Silence though; next spring, there will certainly be a new but very similar show on NBC.


Review: Hunters (Syfy) - Aliens + terrorism = missed opportunity

By on April 12, 2016

Syfy is doing a lot of things right with Hunters. Unfortunately, this doesn’t result in a great series. Hunters is mediocre at best, even though it did have the potential to be great.


Review: The Detour (TBS) - A fun road trip turning into a hot mess

By on April 11, 2016

The Detour is limited to a family of four crammed into a car, which gives the show a fresh and indie feel, while also leaving room for good laughs.


Review: Wynonna Earp (Syfy) - Supernatural with ovaries

By on April 2, 2016

Wynonna Earp is Syfy’s newest effort to create a gritty, dark but also interesting series. Although the story has a way to go, the characters carry this series to a higher level.


Review: Rush Hour (CBS) - Chris Rock II and Asian Orlando Bloom sparkle on Thursdays

By on April 1, 2016

Based on the movies, Rush Hour features a by the book Detective from Hong Kong and a rebellious Detective from L.A. who pair up to take down the bad guys. Although the series struggles at times and the balance between action and humor is not as it was in the movies, the series is a strong adaptation.


Review: The Night Manager (AMC) - Possibly the best book adaptation ever

By on March 30, 2016

The Night Manager combines big names with a successful novel to create a modern day drama. Tom Hiddleston shines as former British soldier turned hotel manager Jonathan Pine, who is recruited by intelligence operative Angela Burr (Olivia Colman) to infiltrate the inner circle of Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie), an arms dealer in allegiance with the intelligence community.


Preview: Containment (The CW) - Will the show successfully cross the border?

By on March 28, 2016

Containment is a one-on-one copy of the Belgian show Cordon. It follows various characters, all of the either inside or outside the recently established quarantine zone. A deadly virus is moving through Atlanta, which has been quickly quarantined after the virus was detected.


Preview: Hunters (Syfy) - Aliens + crime = ??

By on March 26, 2016

Hunters is about a group of aliens who are terrorizing humans and they have allegedly kidnapped the wife of FBI Agent Flynn Carroll (Nathan Phillips, The Bridge). After her disappearance, Carroll is contacted by the Exo-Terrorism Unit. They believe his wife has been kidnapped because she might be a very valuable person. Will they find her and will the aliens be punished for their deeds?


Review: The Catch (ABC) - Third time is not a charm

By on March 25, 2016

Shonda Rhimes built on the success of Grey’s Anatomy with Private Practice and the dud that was Off The Map. She struck gold with Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder, but is The Catch the new Off The Map?