Before Loki took on the Multiverse, TV’s mischievous anti-hero was Spike on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and actor James Marsters played him with the perfect blend of sly wit, confidence, and grim satisfaction.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered 21 years ago today, and it was a hit series that helped create a whole new style of police drama, while pushing interest in forensics, and even science.
BMF is the new Starz drama about the Black Mafia Family, inspired by the real life story about the drug trafficking group that was born out of Detroit in the eighties, and it’s a hell of a show.
When The Wonder Years debuted in the 1980s, it was set just 20 years before, in an era that felt recent, and somehow far away. With showrunner Saladin K. Patterson’s reimagining of the award-winning series, it’s now been over 50 years since 1968, and the coming-of-age story captures the era in a whole new way.
Netflix’s Chicago Party Aunt stars the hilarious Lauren Ash as the hard-loving, hard-partying, die hard Chicagoan with a heart of gold. Diane is the life of any party, and she’ll roll with any situation, or steamroll over it, at least.
You’ve never seen Joshua Jackson like this before. In his new series, Dr. Death, Jackson plays former doctor Christopher Duntsch, the negligent neurosurgeon who maimed nearly all of his patients, and killed two of them during surgery.
There’s something about the new French-language series Way Over Me (Sortez-Moi De Moi). Far more ER than Grey’s Anatomy, it offers a zoomed-in look at what happens when a patient is brought in from an emergency in the field.
Professor Brian Cox has been talking about physics and science on television for more than 15 years, and in that time he’s covered a lot of topics. Now, he’s going back revisit some of the biggest topics, and how much more we know now, and what scientists believe the future could hold.
Welcome to Fantasy Island! The classic series returns, making dreams come true for a new group of guests, and since we last visited, a lot has changed about the island, the hosts, and the fantasies.
Marito Lopez is one of Canada’s funniest and most interesting standup comedians, and after years of work he’s finishing a new album, new material, performing at Just For Laughs, and reinventing who he is on stage.