Plus Kathleen Kennedy explains the arc of the new Star Wars trilogy. Steven Moffat discusses ditching the Sonic Screwdriver on Doctor Who. Plus, Game of Thrones casting, Arrow teases some Legends of Tomorrow crossover, and what’s to come on Agents of SHIELD. Spoilers now!
Zoo ends with an episode titled “The Great Big Hill of Hope,” but dares to suggest that “hope” will spring from an irritatingly catchy 1990s pop song. However, there are baboons, survivalist goons, a really cute old pug, and evan a few mild surprises. Spoilers follow!
Doctor Who is back! But also, The Bastard Executioner makes his head-popping debut! And also, the 80s Duran Duran-tastic spoof Moonbeam City premieres! Plus the Triceratons rear their three-pronged heads on Ninja Turtles, and…and there’s just so much. Read about it here, on This Week’s TV!
This week, we got a double-wide episode ahead of next week’s season finale, and between all the gunshots and torture and maulings, it was easily the goriest Zoo entry yet.
What’s on this week? Season premieres of Continuum, Z Nation, Gravity Falls and From Dusk Till Dawn! The series finale of Under the Dome – and possibly Extant, too, I don’t know, it remains to be seen. All this, and more cartoons than our black hearts deserve on TV this week!
Zoo has just three episodes to go after this week’s “Emotional Contagion,” and the title is apt; this might be the show’s most emo week yet, and it’s overloaded with heavy plotting. It’s also way too low on insane animal action. However, some excellent Mitch Morgan zingers almost save the day.
This week’s television brings us our first look at the Guardians of the Galaxy TV show! Plus season finales of Mr. Robot, The Whispers, The Last Ship and Scream! Also: the quest for leopard DNA on Zoo, and that dome’s coming down any day now on Under the Dome—all on This Week’s TV!
After last week’s rat-pocalypse, the team gets back to facing enemies of a more human sort: the villainous puppet masters at Reiden Global and the vengeful FBI. But this wouldn’t be Zoo without some animal insanity, and the episode’s title, “Murmuration,” offers a big ol’ hint to keep watching the skies.
We may know which side Spider-Man’s is on in Civil War. Ben McKenzie discusses Gotham’s shortcomings, and we know what HRG has been up to since Heroes. Plus, Ingrid Oliver talks Doctor Who, meet the stars of Fear The Walking Dead, and what’s to come on Zoo. Spoilers Get!
Rats rats rats raaaats! Furry ones ... and human ones too! There was all kinds of squealing on this week’s excellently creepy-crawly episode of Zoo, the network television show that’s actually a B-movie from the 1970s in disguise.
Universal’s Creature from the Black Lagoon gets a writer. Spider-Man may have two different costumes in Civil War. Legends of Tomorrow can’t use comics character Booster Gold. Plus, Chloe Bennet teases Skye’s transformation on Agents of SHIELD—and could we get a Hannibal movie? Spoilers Now!
This week’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated short gives us more time with Rocket Raccoon while killer bears attack Paris and Zoo. Face Off celebrates its 100th episode with creepy couples’ makeovers, and everyone guest stars on Rick and Morty — and we do mean everyone.
“This is What it Sounds Like” raises the expectation that we might hear some Prince on Zoo this week, but don’t hold your breath for any more Purple Rain references beyond the episode title. Instead, hold your breath during the following: bear attacks, macho stand-offs, a horrifying bit of ocular surgery, and a…
What’s on TV this week? Another sporadically programmed episode of Gravity Falls! Atlantis, True Detective and Stitchers all draw to a close. Plus whatever the hell’s happening on Zoo! All on This Week’s TV.
Spider-Man is definitely in Civil War—and his appearance has already been filmed. Gotham loses two comic book characters. There’ll be less trick-shot action in Ash vs Evil Dead. Weird Al Yankovic is playing a major DC Comics villain. Plus brief teasers for Jessica Jones and Vixen, and what’s next on Zoo. Spoilers Get!
Zoo, the show about mysterious animal attacks around the globe, has shown signs of taking itself too seriously—but deep down, this show knows it’s ridiculous. Exhibit A: the punny title of last night’s episode (“Blame It on Leo”), along with its somewhat lighter tone.
Is Zack Snyder’s son playing Robin in Batman v Superman? The next season of Arrow could be drawing on a famous comic book storyline. The future of the Terminator has been put in doubt following Genisys. Plus, new footage from Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Fantastic Four. To me, my Spoilers!
The sounds of fireworks and revelry echoed through the warm Oregon night as people throughout Portland celebrated Independence Day. It was July 4th, 1970. And among the crowds were three young men enjoying the triple pleasure of a holiday, a summer evening, and the vigor of youth.
Zoo’s ragtag group of humans has been assembled into a super team to investigate the worldwide animal attacks, so the episode title, “Pack Mentality,” does double duty here. Some key discoveries are made, alliances are forged, and OBVIOUSLY some angry-ass animals swoop in and steal every scene.
This week on Zoo, a mysterious French intelligence agent zips between storylines, bringing most of the characters together to form a team that’ll investigate the worsening animal attacks. We also learn more about Jackson’s maybe not-so-crackpot father, and meet a rather feral death row inmate.