On the surface level, Showtime’s long-running drama series, Ray Donovan, provides an easygoing pleasure, detailing the life of a Hollywood fixer (Liev Schreiber) who tables his personal troubles in order … Continue reading Appreciating the layered pleasure of Showtime’s ‘Ray Donovan’
Get a whole new perspective on 9/11 here.
Last week, the MMA drama zeroed in on Alvey and Jay Kulina.
Forget Lost; this is Damon Lindelof’s masterpiece.
Cinemax scored another gem with Quarry. Now is the time to get in and watch the entire first season.
“You ride like lightning and you’ll crash like thunder.” Ding ding! Kingdom on Audience viewers and addicts, take your corners! The Season 2B finale packed a punch and left viewers … Continue reading ‘Kingdom’ delivers soulful season finale
The life of an actor isn’t all magazine cover shoots and hotel rooms. For hard working grunts like AT&T Kingdom star Mac Brandt, sometimes a phone interview with a TV … Continue reading Kingdom Q&A: Mac Brandt
In order to get ready for Wednesday’s all new Kingdom, catch up with my recap of last week’s episode.
The greatest fear in life is being alone. Pure isolation. In the world of AT&T’s Kingdom, that’s the 24/7/365 fear. The idea of being alone in the end with only … Continue reading AT&T’s Kingdom rewind: “Take pills” recap
The ferocious Frank Grillo drama is the show every TV fan needs to binge watch now. Fight fans will dig it too.
What happened after the series finale? I tell you what happened to the characters next.
It ends tonight and here is a rundown of why I love Cinemax’s Banshee.