What We Learned From The 'Blindspot' Fall Finale

11/24/2015 9:08am EST
What We Learned From 'Blindspot': Don't Walk Alone At Night
Blindspot's Jane Doe is normally a pretty smart character, but in Monday's fall finale "Evil Handmade Instrument," she made a not so smart decision that wound up almost getting her killed.

Jane (Jaimie Alexander) ditched her FBI security detail so that she could make a visit to Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and surprise him with a kiss. But, as he chastised her beforehand, it wasn't a good idea for her to be without someone keeping an eye on her.

Especially not as Jane walked away from the apartment on her own - and within moments, was nabbed by CIA thugs and thrown into the back of another...

'The Walking Dead' Review: Awards For 'Heads Up'

11/23/2015 8:31am EST
'The Walking Dead' Recap: Noteworthy Award Moments From 'Heads U
“Heads Up” is one of the better episodes from the 6th season. It has a nice mixture of characters, without ever making the mistake of pretending to care about the Alexandrians on their own. It finally ended the farce of a certain “death” while marching the story forward a bit more. Now if only we could put an end to the constant speeches that make up every episode these days.

Here are the character and scene awards for “Heads Up:”

Least Surprising Moment: Glenn’s Alive

Duh. While it looks like he might not be the voice on the radio from the end of the last episode, he hid under the dumps...

Jenna Coleman's Final 'Doctor Who' Airs - What Did You Think Of Her Exit?

11/22/2015 4:01pm EST
Jenna Coleman's Final 'Doctor Who' Airs - What Did You Think Of
Fans have known that Jenna Coleman would be leaving her starring role on Doctor Who since her departure was announced earlier this year, but Coleman's official exit from the show happened when her last episode was screened Saturday night.

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not seen Saturday's episode of Doctor Who, do not continue reading. This article contains major spoilers.

In "Face the Raven," Coleman's companion Clara Oswald and The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) were contacted by an old friend, Rigsy (Joivan Wade, first seen in last season's "Flatline"). He needed their help with a mysterious tatto...

An Inside Look At 'The Man In The High Castle' With Writer/Producer Frank Spotnitz

11/20/2015 12:04pm EST
Frank Spotnitz Previews Amazon's 'The Man In The High Castle'
The day is finally here: Amazon Prime is launching The Man in the High Castle, its original series that will redefine the way you think of streaming television. That it's so good is no surprise when you remember that it comes from Frank Spotnitz, one of television's best writers and producers.

At the recent New York Comic Con, Starpulse sat down with Frank to discuss how he came aboard the adaptation of Philip K. Dick's chilling alternate history novel, and the process in turning it into a thought-provoking ten-episode season that is as good as any modern-day series.

He came aboard the pr...

What We Learned From 'The Player' Last Night

11/20/2015 9:19am EST
What We Learned From 'The Player': Always Value Your Friends
The Player signed off on Thursday night, but not before it had one more lesson to impart to the audience: that friendship is a difficult thing sometimes and if you're smart, you'll never forget the value of your friends.

The bond between Alex Kane (Philip Winchester) and his longtime best friend Cal Brown (Damon Gupton) was one of the aspects of the show that didn't get explored enough, but it was front and center in "Tell."

Cal, pressured by FBI agent Rose Nolan (KaDee Strickland) into thinking he was protecting Alex, agreed to an illegal and unethical interrogation of Cassandra King (Ch...

'Empire' Never Fails To Shock Us -- Recap

11/19/2015 9:46am EST
'Empire' Recap: Can You Believe [SPOILER] Is Having A Lyon Baby?
Just when I was about to hit the snooze button on this season of “Empire” Lee Daniels rang the alarm loud enough for us all to take notice. Only it sounds more like a boxing bell because everyone’s got beef in “My Bad Parts.”

Starting with Lucious, who declares war on Hakeem by using Freda Gatz. With his ego at stake, Hakeem falls right into a rap battle trap. The rap battle—Team Hakeem vs. Team Freda. And Cookie is none too pleased it’s overshadowing her cookout. With boy toy Laz by her side she wags her finger in disapproval at Hakeem’s bold move. Because if he fails so does Lyon Dynasty...

Shonda Rhimes Tells Oprah What She Thinks About Marriage -- Details

11/18/2015 10:48am EST
Shonda Rhimes Gets Personal With Oprah Winfrey 'I Don't Want To
"Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes does not want to get married, ever!

The uber-talented media mogul and creator of "How to get away with Murder" and "Grey's Anatomy" told Oprah Winfrey that revealing her "dirty little secret" in a public way feels "freeing."

"I was able to finally stand up and say, 'I don't want to get married.' At all," Rhimes, 45, told Winfrey during an episode of the former talk show host's "SuperSoul Sunday."

"I said that out loud. I said it to my family. I said it to my friends. I said it to anybody who asked. It's never been a dream of mine," she explained, as report...

'Scream Queens' Is At Its Peak Of Campiness And Fun

11/18/2015 10:18am EST
Scream Queens
Scream Queens is on a roll. Could this ridiculous show actually be finding its happy medium between cartoonish tomfoolery and narrative storytelling? “Ghost Stories” is funny, campy, and still manages to further the story. The standout characters, Denise, Chad, and Hester get to shine while characters who haven’t yet and never will catch fire, like Pete and Wes, were completely absent. Even Dean Munsch, who is funny but often exists only as a quote machine, had a limit to her presence.

Whether or not you care about the mystery of the Red Devil, there was quite a bit of development on that ...

An 'Honored' Alexa Davalos Dishes On 'The Man In The High Castle'

11/17/2015 12:02pm EST
Alexa Davalos Calls 'High Castle' Leading Role 'An Honor'
This Friday, Amazon Prime will premiere the first season of The Man in the High Castle, starring Alexa Davalos in the main role of Juliana Crain. The Mob City and Angel actress spoke with Starpulse at the recent New York Comic Con about her newest project, calling leading the Philip K. Dick adaptation "an honor."

"I feel it's very well distributed amongst all of us," she continued. "We're such an incredible team; the support that we all have is really unique, in my experience.

"[Juliana]'s an incredible character. We're living in a world today where we have strong female characters discus...

'iZombie' Season 2 'Abra Cadaver' Spoilers

11/17/2015 10:54am EST
'iZombie' Season 2  'Abra Cadaver' Spoilers: Blaine And Liv Team
On tonight's brand new iZombie episode, "Abra Cadaver," Liv eats the brain of an illusionist. If that wasn't exciting enough, she eats the brain of one obsessed with death. The illusionist gets killed at a magicians' convention.

Liv's new brain adds a layer of complication for her reignited relationship with Major. However, their relationship faces another big hit before the episode ends. Blaine and Liv team up to find the person kidnapping zombies, aka Major. If Liv and Blaine find out his involvement, Lilywhite might be in major trouble.

On last week's iZombie episode, Blaine's father b...