11 items from 2015
Yes, “The Flash” just sent Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) back in time, and the repercussions of that inadvertent act will change the course of The CW series forever — which is just as well, given that the March 17 episode also saw Dr. Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) reveal his true identity as the Reverse Flash — aka Eobard Thawne — to Star Labs tech genius Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) right before killing him. On a more positive note, “Out of Time” also allowed Barry to admit his own super secret to Iris West (Candice Patton), after the two shared a long overdue kiss. But how many of Episode 15’s revelations will remain intact after Barry’s trip to the past?
To get answers, Variety was among a number of outlets that participated in a Q&A »
- Laura Prudom
In the previous episode of NCIS, Gibbs figured out a way to help his friend, Fornell, deal with his grief over Diane's death, and he also put an end to Sergei Mishnev. At a remote cabin in the woods, Gibbs let Fornell shoot Mishnev when Mishnev reached for his gun in a scene that was an almost an exact recreation of the Russian forest where the two first met. I must admit that I felt like the Mishnev storyline was a bit too long.
This episode of NCIS, "Blast from the Past," finds the team investigating when a murder victim was living under an alias once used by Gibbs. »
Recently, CBS dropped these new spoiler pictures for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 16 of season 12, and they offer up new looks at Bishop and McGee spotted on the ground. We also see Tony and Gibbs in action, and more. The episode is titled, "Blast From the Past.” The official plot for episode 16, reads like this: "A covert identity created for one of Gibbs’ undercover cases from 20 years ago, is going to resurface when a murder victim is found living under the alias. A blast from the past, indeed." Episode 16 is set to air this Tuesday night, February 24th at 7pm central time on CBS. »
Last night, CBS delivered the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 16 of season 12, and it offers up new looks at some pretty comical and interesting stuff that's going down as Gibbs is seen, going undercover as a tech dude. The crew cracks jokes about it, and more. The episode is titled, "Blast From the Past.” In the new, 16th episode official synopsis: "A covert identity created for one of Gibbs’ undercover cases from 20 years ago, is going to resurface when a murder victim is found living under the alias. A blast from the past, indeed." Episode 16 is scheduled to air on Tuesday night, February 24th at 7pm central time on CBS. »
- Andre Braddox
Why NBC chose to cut loose “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” — a series with fine auspices but an uncertain commercial outlook — and hand it to Netflix, which gave the program a two-season commitment, makes considerable business sense. What Netflix gets from acquiring such a relatively conventional property is more questionable, and given the company’s tightly held metrics, unlikely to be satisfactorily answered. In commercial terms, there’s some smart writing in this fish-out-of-water premise, which bears a more-than-passing thematic resemblance to the 1999 movie “Blast From the Past.” But there are also irritating sitcom-like elements, and a nothing-special quality as the show progresses.
Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock in a “30 Rock” reunion, “The Office’s” Ellie Kemper is perfectly cast as the wide-eyed title character, who in the opening moments emerges from an underground bunker where she’s lived for years, having been told by her cult leader that the world above has been destroyed. »
- Brian Lowry
Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 16 of season 12. The episode is entitled, "Blast From the Past,” and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty intriguing stuff as the latest case involves a former covert identity of over 20 years old, getting traced to a fresh murder victim, and more. In the new, 16th episode press release: "A covert identity created for one of Gibbs’ undercover cases from 20 years ago, will resurface when a murder victim is found living under the alias. A blast from the past, indeed." Episode 16 is set to air on Tuesday night, February 24th at 7pm central time on CBS. »
Unpopular opinion of the week: Monday’s Sleepy Hollow could have benefitted from more Katrina.
I know. For at least half the season, I’ve been advocating reduced screen time for the witch — or, at least, a purpose for her that’s more than wringing of hands and botching of spells.
But after the ending to last week’s episode, in which it appeared that Red had accidentally catapaulted over to the dark side, I really wanted to see what Mrs. Crane was up to.
Related Fox Execs Talk Sleepy Hollow Fixes
Instead, we get a few scant moments of »
Blast from the past! Tawny Kitaen, who was once married to Whitesnake's David Coverdale and appeared in many of the band's glam rock music videos, is back on the scene. For the first time since 2013, the Ex-Wives Club alum stepped out for a red carpet event—the Bosch premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Feb. 3. Modeling strawberry blonde tresses, blue nails, and a wide smile, Kitaen, 53, also wed to baseball player Chuck Finley from 1997 to 2002, brought us back to our glam rock days. (Complete [...] »
This Tuesday at 8/7c, CBS’ NCIS kicks off its February sweeps run, during which TV’s most watched drama will tackle a sensitive topic, do some mourning, delve into Dinozzo’s past and, on a lighter note, throw a party in that big orange room.
Showrunner Gary Glasberg gave TVLine a week-by-week peek at what to expect.
“We Build, We Fight,” airs Feb. 3 | Directed by cast member Rocky Carroll, this hour revolves around the murder of an openly gay and married Medal of Honor recipient. Was it a hate crime? “The story twists and turns, and of course we go down that road, »
With an updated spin on Blast From the Past, Ellie Kemper stars as Kimmy Schmidt in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — brought to you by Netflix and the people who made 30 Rock (specifically Tina Fey and Robert Carlock) and co-starring 30 Rock's Jane Krakowski. The whole thing will appear on Netflix on Friday, March 6, and because in StreamingLand, there are no rules, it's already been renewed for a second season. »
- Lindsey Weber
Netflix has released the first trailer for its new comedy series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. I’ve been looking forward to a look at the project since it was announced as I am a big fan of its creator Tina Fey and the folks behind 30 Rock. The show features Ellie Kemper as Kimmy, who escapes a doomsday cult and decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. Watch the first trailer and tell us what you think! I’m getting a Blast From The Past vibe, »
- Graham McMorrow
11 items from 2015
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