'Motive' Recap And Review: 'A Bullet For Joey' - Brotherly Murder

August 14th, 2014 10:02am EDT
'Motive' Recap And Review: 'A Bullet For Joey' - Brotherly Murde
We don't have to tell you who the victim is this time, do we? But when the killer seems to be completely unrelated, it makes for an interesting investigation for Detectives Flynn and Vega in this week's episode of Motive.

Joey Dunkamp's corpse is found in his car, placed there postmortem according to Betty. Cut to his murderer, Donnie Kovach, washing the blood off his hands in the bathroom of the body shop he co-owns with his two brothers, talking about how the family needs to "protect our own." Might he be referring to something done to the brothers' kid sister, Erin, who's just come home...

'Grey's Anatomy' Star Chandra Wilson Revisits 'Frankie And Alice'

August 12th, 2014 2:03pm EDT
'Grey's Anatomy' Star Chandra Wilson Revisits 'Frankie And Alice
Chandra Wilson is best known to audiences as Dr. Miranda Bailey on ABC's long-running medical drama Grey's Anatomy. Yet there's a lot more to the Texas-born actress than just Bailey. Case in point, her role in the feature film Frankie and Alice, the moving true story of a woman (played by Extant star Halle Berry) with Disassociative Identity Disorder. After its initial 2010 release, the film is finally coming to DVD today. Chandra sat down with us on Friday to discuss its lasting appeal and stepping out from under Bailey's lab coat.

"We've had a couple of resurgences over the years!" she s...

'Bachelor In Paradise' Episode 2 Recap: Love In The Face Of Overwhelming Insanity

August 12th, 2014 8:45am EDT
'Bachelor In Paradise' Episode 2 Recap: Love In The Face Of Over
Whenever Chris Harrison comes out at the beginning of any "Bachelor"- based television show, you know it's about to get real. He wouldn't be interrupting this carefully planned sob-and-make-out-fest unless there was a serious truth bomb that needed deploying.

But last night's bomb might actually be the greatest piece of drama that "The Bachelor/ette/Pad/in Paradise" has ever achieved. And it was entirely accidental and probably cost a guy his job.

You'll remember that last week, Michelle K was playing things weirdly coy about her relationship status, but with all the subtlety of a sledge...

Geena Davis Joins 'Grey's Anatomy'

August 10th, 2014 5:34pm EDT
Geena Davis Joins 'Grey's Anatomy'
Geena Davis will play a surgeon in the upcoming season of "Grey's Anatomy." ABC is looking to fill the void left by Sandra Oh, who exited the series last season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Season 11 will also feature Kate Burton, who will reprise her role as Meredith's mother Ellis Grey, and Kelly McCreary, who plays Margaret Pierce.

In July, creator Shonda Rhimes told the publication the upcoming season will center around Meredith (Ellen Pompeo). "It's really a Meredith-centric season. There's a lot of growth. She's lost her person. Her sister has showed up. Her husband is chaf...

'Rookie Blue' Recap And Review: 'Exit Strategy' - The One With All The Drugs

August 8th, 2014 8:45am EDT
Rookie Blue
When last we left Rookie Blue, it wasn't a good time around 15 Division: Duncan Moore still worked here, Oliver took a job he didn't want to protect Andy, who in turn took a hit for covering for Duncan, and Dov discovered Diaz's drug addiction. Okay, so now that all that stuff is out in the open, what's anyone going to do about any of it?

Andy still thinks Oliver "stabbed me in the back" after he made the deal that potentially saved her job, but Sam does not share her vitriol. Nor does he think she has a good poker face. At least their renewed relationship seems to be going well.

For some...

'Bachelor In Paradise,' Series Premiere Recap: Like Regular Paradise, But With Alcohol And Stalking

August 5th, 2014 8:58am EDT
'Bachelor In Paradise,' Series Premiere Recap: Like Regular Para
"The Bachelorette" is over, and those who've clung desperately to the love life of Andi Dorfman may have been pained to see her say goodbye to TV.

But never fear! That's what "Bachelor in Paradise" is for- to reunite us with past "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" loves, and also to ensure that ABC never lets a Monday slip by without two hours of something with the word "Bachelor" in it.

But what is "Bachelor in Paradise?" Who knows? The series doesn't begin with by detailing the rules of the game; instead, it plops former failed "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants on a tropical paradise...

'Rookie Blue' Recap And Review: 'Deal With The Devil' - Duncan Moore's Revenge

August 1st, 2014 9:19am EDT
'Rookie Blue' Recap And Review: 'Deal With The Devil' - Duncan M
This week's episode of Rookie Blue deals with the two storylines that have been brewing all season: Andy having to finally clean up the mess left behind by the disaster that was Duncan Moore, and somebody finally getting wise to what's going on with Chris Diaz. Some of this is satisfying, some of it will make you scream at your TV. Regardless, it's forward progress, and we'll have to see what happens now that some significant bombshells have been dropped.

Oliver's happy to be demoted, so happy that he's out drinking with Sam and Andy. His happiness is short-lived, though, when he walks int...

'Motive' Recap And Review: 'Nobody Lives Forever' - Double Lives End In Death

July 31st, 2014 10:03am EDT
'Motive' Recap And Review: 'Nobody Lives Forever' - Double Lives
Double lives almost never work out well for anyone. Especially not for John Rivera, who gets killed by a seemingly unrelated nanny named Isabelle in this week's episode of Motive. Angie and Oscar find Rivera's dead body face down in a stable stall with "multiple broken bones, massive trauma to the chest and torso," trampled to death by one of his horses, according to Betty. It's a painful way to die, and it becomes suspicious when Lucas finds body disposal supplies in the trunk of a nearby car, registered to Jennifer Rivera, the victim's wife.

After Isabelle visits a church looking for for...

'The Bachelorette' After The Final Rose: Was Nick A Jerk, Or Was Andi? Andi, Probably

July 29th, 2014 10:45pm EDT
'The Bachelorette' After The Final Rose: Was Nick A Jerk, Or Was
Like any season of "The Bachelorette," we're not over until all three hours of finale have been painfully worked through.

And hour three begins with a broken, sluggish, post-breakup Nick. It's a sad time to be a (former) reality show contestant, and "The Bachelorette" conveys Nick's sadness with roughly a jillion shots of Nick, looking forlornly across various views of scenic somethings.

Although, learning of Nick's post-dump backstory is pretty neat. Did you know he was at "The Men Tell All?" And yet, because of Andi's powerful shunning techniques, he was not able to Tell All? For once, ...

'The Bachelorette' Season 10 Finale Recap: Love (Also Sports) Triumphs Over All

July 29th, 2014 12:52pm EDT
'The Bachelorette' Season 10 Finale Recap: Love (Also Sports) Tr
It is time: "The Bachelorette" has come to and end. It's a sad day for us at home, because no longer can we guilty pleasure-binge on Andi Dorfman and her search for TV-quality romance. But it's a happy day for Andi, as she'll finally settle down with one of the two predetermined men of her dreams. Also sad for us at home (again), because Bachelorette finales clock in at three full hours and they're mostly filler.

Oh, and don't forget the other eliminated Bacheloretteers, like Bryan, Chris or Cody. They're here too, being forced to watch the woman they once loved, making out with and being...