The second season of Jessica Jones is perfectly adequate. The story is fine. The character development is fine. It’s aesthetically gorgeous. But it lacks the depth and relevance of the first season in a few crucial ways that leave this feeling pretty basic rather than transformative.
Lucy, Wyatt, and Rufus are back on "Timeless" attempting to stop Rittenhouse from creating a tyrannical world that only benefits its members.
Created by Jason Katims and inspired by the book "Drama High" by Michael Sokolove, "Rise" is about an English teacher who feels unfilled with his current position and decides to lead the drama program.
With most comedies, the pilot is rough and they spend their first season working out the kinks, but that's not the case in Mindy Kaling's new series.
Crackle's new series highlights a corrupt gang world within the police force. What should be something we've seen many times before ultimately flips the script but fails to dive deep into the interesting ensemble.
With both investigations heating up, the officers find that getting people to cooperate on the cases is much harder than expected.
Vera and Eddie discover their shared past on "The Path", while Sarah attempts to get Eddie to meet with Lilith to learn the origins of Meyerism.
In the season's best episode thus far, Team Flash must prevent a nuclear bomb from destroying Central City using Barry's new abilities.
In its most captivating installment yet, "Hap and Leonard" displays a newfound focus and maturity, alongside invigorating new cast members.
Stella finds out she's no longer going to die in six to eight months, but also learns that basically every part of her life up to that moment has been a lie.
"Hard Sun" focuses on the trouble detectives Hicks and Renko uncover when they stumble on some top secret intelligence MI-5 would kill to supress.
The “Lethal Weapon” boys investigate a murder connected to Trish while Murtaugh waits for his apology and Riggs calls on his oldest friend.
"This Is Us" tackles the human experience in this week's Deja-centric episode.
Kevin thinks he may have found the next righteous one when he helps a stranger with their uncle's burial wishes.
On this week's Black Lightning, Tobias tries to frame Jefferson for Lady Eve's death. In the wake of discovering Anissa has powers, Jeff and Lynn figure out what to do next.