TV and Movie News (page 14)
Posted: October 08, 2013 @ 6:19 pm PST By:
Jake Peralta must play second to Charles but complicates it by sleeping with the Medical Examiner; Amy tries to figure out how to connect with Holt.
Posted: October 08, 2013 @ 5:38 pm PST By:
Determined that David will no longer scare off his dates, Eli ends up pinned to an annoyingly comedic woman.
Posted: October 07, 2013 @ 8:42 pm PST By:
Christy gets asked on a date by a nice patron from her restaurant, but can't seem to stop blurting things out.
Posted: October 07, 2013 @ 8:04 pm PST By:
As Abbie and Ichabod hunt for Jenny, a deeper plot behind The Boston Tea Party is revealed.
Posted: October 07, 2013 @ 6:42 pm PST By:
Max wants to adopt a homeless cat, but Caroline insists they have to find a new home for her.
Posted: October 07, 2013 @ 6:12 pm PST By:
Stuart breaks into the home of his ex, Amy, to try and reclaim his dog Peaches, who he would lose in the settlement.
Posted: October 06, 2013 @ 8:45 pm PST By:
With all the controversy surrounding Miley Cyrus lately, you might think her hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live" would have either attracted or repelled a huge number of viewers. As it turns out, it did neither. Cyrus's "SNL" episode delivered ratings identical to those of last week's season premiere episode.
Posted: October 06, 2013 @ 6:54 pm PST By:
The group searching for Henry continues on in the Dark Jungle, but before they can find him, Emma must accept who she really is... whatever that means.
Posted: October 06, 2013 @ 4:24 pm PST By:
If "The Walking Dead" TV series simply followed the plot of the franchise's comic book series, there would be no surprises for viewers, given that the show lags the comic by years. On the other hand, if the TV series strays too far from the comic, it risks confusing and alienating hard-core fans. It's a dilemma—or an opportunity—that the show's producers will confront in season 4.
Posted: October 06, 2013 @ 4:22 pm PST By:
Someone had to be the first to fall as the ratings numbers for the new fall TV season rolled in, and everyone was pretty sure it was going to be "Lucky 7." ABC proved everyone right, as the network turned out the lights on the series after its second episode.