Action & Adventure

'The Flash' Has An Epic And Amazing Spin On Time Travel

March 18th, 2015 9:03am EDT
'The Flash' Recap: 'The Flash' Just Became King Of Superhero TV
Take a breath, everyone. "Out of Time" was so amazing. It's gonna be tough getting through this recap without devolving into fan-crazed babbling, but we'll do our best. "Out of Time" was that good.

A heavy sense of foreboding hangs over most of "Out of Time." Maybe it's the show putting a lot of attention into its biggest story threads- Wells's identity as the Reverse Flash or the will they, won't they between Barry and Iris.

Or maybe it's because the previews for this week showed Cisco confronting a super-sped-up Wells, so you knew something was about to go down.

Either way, that sense...
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5 Badass Moments From 'The Walking Dead' Sunday Night

March 16th, 2015 8:52am EDT
'The Walking Dead' Recap: 5 Badass Moments From 'Spend'
“Spend” took a huge risk when it sat out many of The Walking Dead’s biggest characters. For an episode so pivotal to the Alexandria arc, it doesn’t feature some of the show’s most important characters like Michonne, Carl, Sasha, and Daryl. Even Rick takes a backseat to most of the action, mostly reacting to the more personal dynamics in Alexandria. But unlike most episodes that focus on the show’s least used characters, “Spend” does so successfully.

The episode does a far better job showcasing the dynamics of Alexandria’s people and Rick’s group than the previous episode’s disastrous dinne...
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'Grey's Anatomy' Recap: Could Derek Be Cheating?

March 13th, 2015 9:58am EDT
'Grey's Anatomy' Recap 'I Feel The Earth Move'—The Shakeup
Now that the Grey’s crew has yet another innovatively historic surgery behind them (Herman is happily on the mend, reports Arizona) it’s time to get back to our weekly dose of traumas at Grey Sloan Memorial.

Meredith’s Lucky Streak

Meredith kicks off the “I Feel the Earth Move” episode in the O.R. Alex calls her out for outpatient treatment on his patients. So not only is she using her own work to avoid visiting Derek, but she’s also stealing Alex’s patients. Mer changes the subject by asking him, “Is Jo stalking her?” Yes, she is because she got wind of her surgery streak. Meredith has n...
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'Empire': Lucious Reveals A Huge Secret!

March 12th, 2015 9:16am EDT
'Empire' Recap 'Sins Of The Father' - Lucious Shocks With Secret
There are consequences to being the offspring of Lucious Lyons (Terrence Howard). The whole family felt the dangerous effects of them in the penultimate episode “Sins of the Father.”

Mama Lyon aka Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) visits Andre at a psychiatric clinic and learns that bipolar disorder isn’t a “white person’s disease.” It affects everyone, including a Lyon. Michelle White (Jennifer Hudson) thinks music is the best cure for Andre. Hakeem and Jamal believe chatting about Empire’s IPO will do the trick. Neither work as Andre is only interested in making a paper airplane than talking to ...
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'Transporter: The Series' Arrives On DVD

March 11th, 2015 12:10pm EDT
'Transporter: The Series' Arrives On DVD: Is It Worth Opening Th
Start your engines, because Fox Home Entertainment has brought TNT's fantastic Transporter: The Series home for American audiences with Transporter: The Series - The Complete First Season. But is the DVD release as great as the show itself, or is this drive a letdown? Read on for our review.

The Show

If you've been reading along since Transporter premiered on TNT back in October, you'll know that we consider it to be the best new series of 2014 and the best action-adventure series since Strike Back. It's almost frustrating how this one flew under the radar, because it did almost everythin...
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'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Skye's Big Inhuman Secret Revealed

March 11th, 2015 10:39am EDT
'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Recap: Alien Invasion Free-For-All
Well, Skye's big Inhuman secret lasted exactly one episode. That's probably for the best- we've spent an entire half-season pounding our fists on the table and chanting "INHUMANS! INHUMANS! INHUMANS!" To introduce them, then ease off the throttle with too much secret-keeping would be way too anticlimactic.

So now, thanks to "Who You Really Are" (plus Skye going all earthquakey while most of the cast was in the same room), the majority of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." knows she's an Inhuman.

And thanks to a heap of exposition from an Inhuman-hunting Kree named Vin-Tak (Eddie McClintock), the te...
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'Justified' Gets Back On Track

March 11th, 2015 10:02am EDT
'Justified' Recap And Review: 'Dark As A Dungeon' - Of Deaths An
After stumbling for the first time last week, Justified gets back on track with "Dark As A Dungeon," which wraps up the loose end that is Ty Walker while also continuing along its subtle track of making parallels all the way back to season one.

Raylan is doing some housecleaning over at his father's place, because one should properly store one's shotgun and flush any pills before selling said house, when he finds his dad's footlocker full of various keepsakes. Raylan being Raylan, he takes it out into the front yard and lights it on fire. The only thing spared is a key that he elects to ho...
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Who Just Joined The Cast Of 'Chicago Fire'?

March 10th, 2015 2:04pm EDT
'Motive' Star Warren Christie Heads To 'Chicago Fire'
Chicago Fire has added Motive star Warren Christie to its cast beginning with tonight's episode, in a role that Deadline Hollywood describes as "recurring with an option to become a regular next season."

He plays Scott Rice, an old friend of Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney). Severide wants Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) to give Scott a second chance with the Chicago Fire Department, but Casey (Jesse Spencer) is much more skeptical of the newcomer.

Warren currently stars on CTV's Motive as Sgt. Mark Cross, the supervisor and ex-boyfriend of Det. Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman). Motive has begun pr...
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5 Badass Moments From Last Night's 'Walking Dead'

March 9th, 2015 10:07am EDT
'The Walking Dead' Recap: 5 Badass Moments From 'Forget'
It must be strange be to go to a party after years of living in a constant state of fear, always looking over your shoulder for a new threat. How do you act and interact with people? Do you bring gifts? Do you make small talk? (“I baked some cookies today. What did you do?” “Killed some animated dead dudes.” “Cool….did you see any pasta makers out there?”) What’s the post-apocalyptic party etiquette?

It’s even stranger that Deana practically forced the Alexandria newcomers to attend this pretty boring party with no real purpose but to acclimate the crew to normality. For somebody who is po...
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Find Out How USA's New Series 'Dig' Should Captivate

March 5th, 2015 12:08pm EST
Tim Kring And Alison Sudol Take Us Inside The Mystery Of 'DIG'
USA is getting into the adventure business with DIG, its new event series that takes viewers into Jerusalem and a sprawling murder-conspiracy. It's a totally different type of story for the network, and we connected recently with co-creator Tim Kring and star Alison Sudol to talk about building the mystery, working with lead Jason Isaacs (pictured above with Sudol), and whether DIG should be considered a limited or ongoing series.

"We first had this idea about a murder mystery set in the old city of Jerusalem that uncovers a deep conspiracy, that had to do with all kinds of biblical prophe...
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