Memorable Moments From 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Finale

11/30/2015 8:32am EST
'The Walking Dead' Recap: Memorable Moments From 'Start To Finis
That was a fitting end to a completely unmemorable first half. The midseason finale is meant to tide hardcore The Walking Dead fans over until the second half of the season begins in a few months. It’s supposed to tie up loose ends and get us excited for the rest of the episodes. “Start to Finish” does none of that. It feels as empty, unfinished, and barely thought through as the rest of the season.

With any luck the second half of the season will have:

Better character relationships: We barely got to see any of the amazing central relationships of the show develop. Rick/Michonne, Rick/...

Peter Capaldi's Solo 'Doctor Who' Episode Proves Why He Was Such A Brilliant Casting Choice

11/29/2015 10:04am EST
Peter Capaldi's Solo 'Doctor Who' Adventure Is A Success
This week's Doctor Who was a solo showcase for Peter Capaldi as The Doctor, after last week he said goodbye to Jenna Coleman's Clara Oswald. Although Coleman still had a cameo appearance in "Heaven Sent," this episode was Capaldi's show and it proved why he has been a brilliant casting choice as The Doctor.

Realizing that he's been teleported into a glass chamber inside a mysterious castle, The Doctor spends the episode trying to sort out his whereabouts, dealing with a mysterious creature known as the Veil (played by Jami Reid-Quarrell), and processing what happened to Clara.

As Doctor W...

The New 'Unforgettable' Isn't That Different From The Old

11/28/2015 10:02am EST
'Unforgettable' Premieres Season 4 On A&E - What Did You Think O
Former CBS crime drama Unforgettable made its debut on A&E Friday night, with the Poppy Montgomery-led procedural unveiling a mostly new cast as the series premiered with two back-to-back episodes.

Carrie Wells (Montgomery) and her partner/love interest Al Burns (Dylan Walsh) are back to solve more cases, first investigating a drug case alongside Carrie's ex-husband in "Blast From The Past" and then transporting a key witness to a major trial in "Gut Check."

This season, their supporting cast includes Alani "La La" Anthony (Power) as new medical examiner Delina Michaels (pictured above wi...

‘Empire’ Recap: The Blame Game

11/26/2015 11:34am EST
This “Empire” episode couldn’t have come at a perfect time. Thanksgiving, when families are prepping the turkey and feisty comebacks for the most diss-worthy relatives (ASIDE: Instagram has a whole shade guide under hashtag #thanksgivingclapback Handle with caution.) they’re forced to share it with.

Just as Cookie is forced into one half of a rescue squad—Candace (Vivica Fox) is the other—to search for little sis Carol in Philly. Judging by Cookie’s Elmo red mink and Candace’s heaving breasts it's likely Carol will find them before they find her. Which wouldn’t be bad considering they look...

'Scream Queens': A Rundown From 'Thanksgiving'

11/25/2015 9:21am EST
'Scream Queens' Recap: 'Thanksgiving,' Accusations, And Bloodlin
Last week was such a tease. Nearly everything we were promised from “Thanksgiving” ended up cut in favor of a lot of whodunit chatter. There was no Grace and Zayday trip to the house of the chainsaw loving grandma. Chad’s house wasn’t remotely haunted like he described. We barely saw anything of Chanel #3’s mom who allegedly had an affair with Charles Manson. Only a few moments were devoted to the twisted Thanksgiving shenanigans of Gigi and the last remaining Red Devil. Overall it was a disappointment. Although there were many revelations and plenty of funny moments, it didn’t live up to t...

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...

What Were The Best Performances On 'The Voice' Last Night?

11/24/2015 8:25am EST
'The Voice': Top 3 Performances From The Top 11
The Voice's Top 11 performed for your votes again on Monday night at Universal Studios Hollywood, and we've compiled our short list of the three best performances that deserve your vote.

Read on to see who we're voting for, and if you haven't cast your vote yet, you have just hours to do so. Voting closes at noon Eastern time today. You can vote online at, by buying the artists' singles on iTunes, on The Voice's Facebook page, or by downloading the show's official app.

Here are our Top 3 from the Top 11, in the order in which they performed:

Barrett Baber, "Delta Dawn": The Team ...

'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...

'Saturday Night Live' Season 41, Episode 6 Recap: Matthew McConaughey & Adele

11/22/2015 3:30pm EST
SNL Matthew McConaughey Adele
Matthew McConaughey has two different, but ultimately complementary reputations.

The first is of the ultimate chill dude. Up until about four years ago, that translated into meaning he would rather play the bongos naked than get down to work.

But now, in a post-McConaissance world, he is known more for his commitment to challenging and unusual roles.

That mix of mellow and focused is perfect for an “SNL” host, and it may very well be enough to overcome any bad memories from his unforgettable first stint in 2003.

Musical guest Adele, meanwhile, had an excellent “SNL” debut, and the only ...