Reborn and recharged, The Flash is back with its season four premiere. Our hero has returned from the Speed Force for a season with lots of surprises and shocks, including new characters and villains like Blacksmith, Hazard, Breacher, the Elongated Man(!), and our new big bad, Clifford DeVoe, the Thinker! In the meantime, how has Team Flash (or is it Team Vibe, or Team Kid Flash?) fared without Barry? And what brings our hero back? Find out after the Speed Force jump in my review of “The Flash Reborn!”
The Seestras are back! Plenty happened in the season three finale of “Orphan Black” but I’ll just name a few: we met the Castor boys, Delphine was killed, Alison won the election; the clones met the original, Cosima got her sample; Helena reunited with Jesse, and Rachel has a cyborg eye. This season begins with Sarah’s quite time in Iceland ruined by a Neolution attack. The only way forward is to go back. Read the rest of this entry
It’s here! At last! After ten long months we have a new “Game of Thrones.” What new plots would be discover? What secrets would be revealed? What characters will be first to cross death’s door? And could episode one possibly live up to all the expectation? Find out after the break!
The kids are back to school, the leaves are changing colour, there’s a crisp in the air, and Biff Bam Pop’s Fall TV Schedule is here! Dust off your remote and clear your PVRs, it’s going to be a busy couple of months! Read on for a full list of all the premieres, finales and specials happening in September and October.
Tonight, the season two premiere of “Continuum” airs at 9:00 PM on Showcase in Canada. The time travel scifi action adventure also airs on the SyFy Channel (debuting on June 7, 2013), and stars Rachel Nichols in the lead role of future law enforcement officer Kiera Cameron.
I recently had a chance to sit in on a interview session with Rachel and ask a few questions. We’ll have portions of that session and more, with part one of our interview with Rachel Nichols, after the jump.
This week: 30 Rock ends its seven season run with an hour long episode, and Superbowl XLVII messes with our Sunday night viewing schedule.
What will you be watching?
Monday January 28th
Bones (8pm): Daisy’s first case since breaking up with Sweets is a doozy: the remains of two bodies, one a female cancer patient, the other her life coach, found at the same burial site. Meanwhile, Brennan and Booth discuss their preferences for funeral arrangements after they die.
The Carrie Diaries (8pm): Carrie confronts Sebastian about his past. Later, Larissa takes Carrie and Mouse to an art club in New York City.
Continuum (8pm): Kiera and Carlos investigate a murder spree in which the victims have strange holes bored in their skulls.
The Following (9pm): Hardy, Weston and new team leader Parker turn to Carroll’s ex-wife—and Hardy’s former lover—while digging deep into Carroll’s psyche. In other events, Emma, Jacob and Paul keep Claire’s son Joey at a house in the country.
Being Human (9pm): Nora and Josh wonder how to deal with a runaway teen; Sally tries to make things right with a ghost and meets a new love interest; and Aidan and Henry continue to look for clean blood.
Dallas (9pm): SEASON PREMIERE! Season 2 opens with Christopher and John Ross dueling over the vision for Ewing Energies. Meanwhile, Christopher seeks a divorce from Rebecca as a revelation upends the whole family; John Ross launches a scheme of revenge; Ann is blackmailed by her former husband.
Lost Girl (10pm): Bo’s houseguest Vex unwittingly brings trouble to her doorstep when a Morrigan shows up looking for vengeance; and it’s up to humans Kenzi and Lauren to swoop in and save the day for their Fae friends.
Deception (10pm): Joanna learns that Julian is hiding something about the night of Vivian’s murder. At the same time, Senator Haverstock delivers some disturbing news to Edward; and Robert and Sofia get their first glimpse of Mia’s new boyfriend.