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“Fear the Walking Dead” Season 5 Returning Earlier Than Expected

With the cast and crew of AMC‘s The Walking Dead currently in a deep-dive production-wise on season 10, the fifth season of Fear the Walking Dead currently raging across television screens, and a second spinoff series currently in production in Virginia, life in the Walking Dead universe is not exactly what you would call boring. […]

‘Happy’ Season 2, Episode 5 “17 Hours and 13 Minutes”: Sax Should’ve Skipped That “Jelly” [PREVIEW]

Last week’s episode of SYFY‘s Happy! saw once-popular kids’ show host Dayglo Doug (Curtis Armstrong) serving as a cautionary tale for those who find themselves in Sonny Shine’s (Christopher Fitzgerald) world; while Sax (Christopher Meloni) and Merry (Lili Mirojnick) tracked down present-day Dayglo to a “questionable” retirement home – where Happy (Patton Oswalt) was forced […]

‘American Gods’ Season 2, Episode 5 “The Ways of the Dead”: A Disjointed Step Back [SPOILER REVIEW]

Last week’s episode “The Greatest Story Ever Told” was the best episode of Starz‘s American Gods so far this season, and one worthy of first-season status. From an incredibly powerful philosophical debate between Mr. Nancy (Orlando Jones), Bilquis (Yetide Badaki), and Mr. Ibis (Demore Barnes) that spoke volumes for what lies ahead to the backstory on Tech Boy’s (Bruce Langley) […]

‘A.P. Bio’ Season 2, Episode 5 “J’Accuse”: For Jack and His Students, The Game’s Afoot! [PREVIEW]

Since NBC‘s A.P. Bio opened the doors on its sophomore year last month, anti-teacher extraordinaire Jack Griffin (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton) has set his sights on the fame and fortune that comes from a marketable, best-selling “philosophy.” Jack’s put together a “Plan B” to escape the clutches of Toledo, Ohio…Whitlock High… and Principal Durbin […]

‘Doom Patrol’ Season 1, Episode 5 “Paw Patrol”: One Pug to Save Them All! [PREVIEW]

It’s pretty safe to say that DC Universe‘s live-action Doom Patrol series is not your typical “superhero show” – it makes ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. look like the 60’s Batman television series. A fourth-wall-breaking “big bad,” a farting donkey and a Spanish priest’s stigmata wounds as portals to other places, and an “homage” to […]