12 Celebrities Who've Never Gotten Enough Credit

October 11th, 2014 12:10pm EDT
Adam Levine
Celebrities usually get plenty of attention, but sometimes they don't get enough credit. Maybe you know them for one thing, but you don't know the other three things they do, too. Maybe you don't know them that well, because they've not gotten as much press as they should. There are a lot of good people who are underrated, and that doesn't just mean that they haven't been discovered yet.

We've compiled this list of twelve celebrities who've never gotten enough credit over their whole careers - they're not just underrated now, but they've pretty much always deserved a bit more respect. In n...

Scott Michael Foster Takes On A New Role In Thriller 'The Pact 2'

October 10th, 2014 12:03pm EDT
Scott Michael Foster Takes On A New Role In Thriller 'The Pact 2
Scott Michael Foster has come a long way since we talked with him about Zero Hour last year, but he's still one of the good guys. Instead of trying to decipher a clone conspiracy, in the new horror flick The Pact 2, he's a police officer battling a sinister force. We checked back in with Scott last week to ask him about the film.

"This just totally fell in my lap. I'm always reading for stuff, and it just so happens I do a lot of TV," said the actor, who followed up Zero Hour with stints on ABC Family's Chasing Life and AMC's Halt and Catch Fire. "I thought, what is it going to be like? I ...

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 11 Episode 3 Recap Got to be Real

October 10th, 2014 9:32am EDT
grey's anatomy
In the third episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” everyone is letting their weaknesses show…to the wrong people. Meredith reclaims her voiceover duties in the “Got to be Real” episode by enlightening us on the dangers and strengths of chucking that flawless (sorry, Bey) mask and expose those worry lines of vulnerability. Below I’ve broken up the surgeries and paired them with their venting partners.

Alex and Meredith

In the aftermath of learning she is sister to yet another unfamiliar face at the hospital, Mer consults with her new person at the most inconvenient time—when Alex is lathering up his...

'Scandal' Review: 5 Memorable Moments From 'Inside The Bubble'

October 10th, 2014 8:58am EDT
'Scandal' Review: 5 Memorable Moments From 'Inside The Bubble'
Here are 5 of the most memorable moments from “Inside the Bubble:”

Cliff Bride

Mellie continues to consistently be the best thing about season 4. Like many depressed women before her, Mellie becomes obsessed with the sensationalist news story of the week, in which a video seemingly shows a newlywed bride shoving her husband off a cliff. Mellie believes wholeheartedly that the bride must be innocent and devotes her entire being to proving it, enlisting the FBI and multiple members of the Cabinet to assist her. It consumes her life, even causing her to skip going to her son’s grave for the ...

'How To Get Away With Murder' Recap: Smile Or Go To Jail

October 10th, 2014 8:47am EDT
'How To Get Away With Murder' Recap: Smile Or Go To Jail
I love me some law shows. I devour them, living vicariously through them for my own unfulfilled lawyer desires. I mean, The Good Wife is my favorite show on television right now. However, this show is definitely more murder mystery than law, which is a bit of a shame. How To Get Away With Murder could take a note from The Good Wife in terms of cleverness.

I may always be too harsh on this show for two reasons: my love of law and mystery shows and my intimate knowledge of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. But also, maybe I’m not being too harsh on this show because logic isn’t exactly its stro...

'The Middle' Season 6, Episode 3 Review: Camaraderie And Bonhomie

October 9th, 2014 10:01am EDT
The Middle
The characters on “The Middle” have always had clearly defined quirks, but unlike other shows whose characters fit that description, it has not fallen in the pitfall of being allergic to character development. “Major Anxiety” was not hesitant at all in demonstrating this. Brick and Axl both behaved in ways that they never would have at the beginning of this series, but they still were recognizably themselves. Character development cannot be ignored in children, seeing as they grow up and usually change. But that development on a sitcom is not always as natural and satisfying as it was i...

'Manhattan Love Story' Season 1 Episode 2 Recap 'In The Mix, On The Books, And In The Freeze'

October 8th, 2014 10:28am EDT
Manhattan Love Story
The only thing that “Peter” (Jake McDorman) and “Dana” (Analeigh Tipton) have going for them is their mutual friends “Amy” (Jade Catta-Preta) and “David” (Nicolas Wright), whose apartment gives our love story couple a place to accidentally-on-purpose run into each other.

Ordinarily if things go as badly for singles in Manhattan, or anywhere for that matter, as they have for Peter and Dana, the people would just never see one another again.

This week Peter goes over to pick up his brother David to go golfing, and while he's there asks Dana, who's still living with her married friends, to d...

‘Forever’ Season 1 Episode 4 Recap 'The Art Of Murder'

October 8th, 2014 9:56am EDT
‘Forever’ Season 1 Episode 4 Recap 'The Art Of Murder'
No more dying for “Henry” (Ioan Gruffudd)?

The creators of this show have clearly gotten wise to the fact that both the gimmick of having him croak every week, and the stalker character, are not really doing anything to move the story along. So for the second week in a row, those two elements have been deleted and I think the current episode is better for it.

What remains is the police drama with flashbacks that made the evening's events even more relevant, as Henry knew the 91-year-old victim back in the 1950s when she was a young, beautiful socialite.

The story begins at a museum’s bla...

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Recap: Supervillain Workplace Etiquette

October 8th, 2014 9:45am EDT
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
This week on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," we finally find out where Simmons has been all this time (besides lurking within the depths of Fitz's batter psyche, of course).

She's a part of HYDRA! And that reveal is way more creative (and stylish) than "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." usually permits.

Set to the go-getting "God Help the Girl," Simmons rises, shines and goes about her daily routine- a routine that takes her into the innards of a HYDRA superscience lab. But don't worry, she's not evil.

At least not yet, anyway.

Simmons, you see, is another in New S.H.I.E.L.D.'s long line of dirty trick...

'Selfie' Season 1 Episode 2 Recap: 'Untag My Heart'

October 8th, 2014 9:20am EDT
'Selfie' Season 1 Episode 2 Recap: 'Untag My Heart'
In the world of “Eliza Dooley” (Karen Gillan), having haters online means you're famous. Her mentor “Henry” (John Cho) explains that in reality, having haters means people hate you -- like their colleagues at work who talk about Eliza behind her back because her clothes are too sexy and she's always flirting with someone; currently it’s Freddy from Business Affairs. It seems he’s another in a long line of co-workers she's slept with. Except this time, she’s interested in more than sex and wants a relationship with Freddy.

Here's where Henry the guru comes in. He tells her that if she real...