The mid-season finale of Blindspot is upon us, promising some answers to the show’s mess of mysteries. Well, sort of. A few. Kinda. Define “answers.”
Gravity Falls is airing its final episodes. Doctor Who is trying a strange experiment. The Walking Dead shambles off with a midseason finale, and the premiere of Regular Show: The Movie! All this, Gina Gershon, and more, on This Week’s TV!
Bond. Jane Bond. That’s the aesthetic on this week’s extremely silly adventure into the world of Blindspot, where evil Dark Web millionaires host fancy dress parties. Martinis and black tie shootouts, anyone? Anyone?
J.J. Abrams teases the power of The Force Awakens’ new superweapon. Michael Douglas can’t wait to be back for Ant-Man and The Wasp. Wonder Woman reveals its Steve Trevor in the first set picture. Plus, Mark Gatiss on following up his newest Doctor Who, and new pictures from iZombie and Supergirl. Spoilers Get!
On Blindspot, the plots were more ripped from the headlines than ever. We get America’s police brutality problems, Edward Snowden NSA leaks, and sexuality snafus all in one one-hour package. This is bigger than trying to blow up the Statue of Liberty!
It’s looking like a shotgun wedding on Gotham. Meanwhile, Doctor Who tries its hand at the “found footage” genre, and Ray Palmer finally escapes the subatomic universe! And just who the hell is Zoom, anyway?! All this, and much, much more on This Week’s TV!
This week on Blindspot, the team heads off the grid and into woods populated by violent anti-government separatists. Who’s ready for a roadtrip?
What does this week’s TV have in store? TWO Star Wars shows! THREE zombie shows! And FOUR DC Comics superhero shows! Plus the first episode of the mysterious Agent X, and Doctor Who’s wildest cliffhanger gets resolved. All of that, in This Week’s TV!
On Blindspot, NBC introduces its viewing audience to the perils of the Internet! Punk hackerz, dangerous apps made in Hackathons, and words like “blockchain,” “database,” and “Perl” are invoked to explain how The Online is a scary place. But don’t worry, you’re not watching The Big Bang Theory—we still get our…
This week on Blindspot, Jane and the team thwarted some terrorists with a graveyard shoot-out in Queens, ran afoul of the CIA, and also I rolled my eyes so many times that they got stuck that way.
Rachel McAdams may be playing a version of Night Nurse in Doctor Strange—but not the one you expected. Rosario Dawson joins Lego Batman. Will the new X-Men show Legion tie into the films? Plus, sneak peeks at tonight’s Gotham and Blindspot, and set pictures from Kong: Skull Island. Behold, Spoilers!
Who am I? Where am I? Is it... an actually compelling ‘A’ plot on this week’s Blindspot?
Bryan Cranston allegedly wants to play a certain X-Men villain. Arrow’s latest villain will also appear in Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash. We almost had more of the X-Files revival than six episodes. Plus, new clips from iZombie and Agents of SHIELD, and David Duchovny talks Twin Peaks. Spoilers get!
An unlikely actor is rumored to take over the role of Boba Fett. An Adventure Time movie is still in the works. Agent Carter casts four big new characters. Plus, Seth Green throws cold water on a Howard The Duck movie, and NYCC sizzle reels for Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham. To Me, My Spoilers!
We’re no closer to the truth about Jane Doe’s past on Blindspot but we’re now intimate with betrayal. How could you do this to me, Blindspot? How could you do this to Mystery Beard?
Another week, another decrypted Jane Doe tattoo about a crazy pending crime. This time around, Jane and the FBI team—holy crap, is that a military-grade rogue drone overhead? RUN! RUN!!!
There are new rumors about who’s replacing Daniel Craig as James Bond. A familiar mutant face won’t be showing up in Gambit. Robbie Amell wants a Batman Beyond film. Doctor Who casts a bizarre vocal cameo. Plus, new details on the online Walking Dead spinoff, and a new look at Agents of SHIELD’s new ride. So Many…
Blindspot premieres with an intriguing and absurd premise: a naked woman covered in coded tattoos is found in Times Square. The tattoos may hold the key to solving crimes that haven’t been committed yet! But who is Jane Doe, what can she do, and why is she here?
It’s officially the start of fall TV season, and seven new shows are launching. But only one of them has bowled us over. Plus Gotham is back, and nuttier than ever. And how will the Doctor save Clara from the Daleks? Plus, David Tennant as the Fugitoid! All this and more, on This Week’s TV!
Bruce Boxleitner says that he’s done with Tron. Stephen Amell says Arrow will never give Oliver Queen his comic book goatee. Transformers 5 gets its writers. Plus, new pictures from Batman v Superman and The Walking Dead, a new clip from Fantastic Four, and a look at the cool spaceships of The Expanse. Spoilers!