‘Marvel Agents of SHIELD’ Mini-Recap & Teaser Gallery: The Writing on the Wall – 2×7

What did you think of this week’s episode of “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD“?! Are you #TeamChristian or #TeamGrant? Hard to tell who is telling the truth ....more

Hallmark Channel’s ‘Cedar Cove’ Renewed for Season 3

#COVErs rejoice! “Cedar Cove” has been renewed for Season 3! Hallmark’s first original scripted series, based on novels by romance author Debbie Macomber, was picked up for an additional season ....more

Castle Recap: Meme is Murder – 7×5

This episode of “Castle” (like all of the episodes so far this year) was very good. It addressed social media – the good, the bad and the bullying – huge subjects. Castle was planning on benefiting from the first to help promote his new book “Raging Heat” (did you know you can buy it on Amazon? ...more

October 2014: New on DVD & Blu-ray for Kids – Dragons, Muppets & Aliens

Let’s take a look at a few kids’ DVD and blu-ray releases for October 2014. Muppets, dragons, an adorable alien, and a beloved St. Bernard all made the list! ...more

Dancing With the Stars: Top 5 Dances from Halloween Night – 19×7

It’s a fun night on “Dancing with the Stars,” as they do Halloween up right. Judge Len Goodman and host Erin Andrews both return for a ghoulish, frightful night full of murder and mayhem, with crazy costumes, fun concepts that work, and entertaining dancing. There’s even some practical joking, as the troupe members wear freaky masks to scare the glitter out of the contestants ....more

Christmas Comes Early for Hallmark Viewers

I’m a sucker for all those romantic holiday movies. The festive season, the lights, the decorations – all wrapped together with two people falling in love under the mistletoe? :::sigh::: Yep, I’m a sucker for it all ....more

‘Boyhood’ Leads 2014 Gotham Awards With Four Nominations

The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) announced their nominees for the Gotham Awards the other day and Richard Linklater’s masterpiece, “Boyhood,” led with four nominations. The honors were for best film, and for the stars, Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette, and Ellar Coltrane. As a harbinger of what’s ahead for awards season, the IFP got that right ....more

The Good Wife Recap: Old Spice – 6×6

Well good-wifers, things may be moving slowing (or not at all) between Alicia and Finn, but this week we get at least a little quirky romance in the story between Elsbeth Tascioni and AUSA Josh Perotti. This week’s “The Good Wife” picks up where last week’s left off—with a “previously on” and everything, something they almost never do: Creators Robert and Michelle King called episode recaps “the boil on the butt of the Golden Age of TV.” If you recall last week, Alicia went up against Elsbeth Tascioni (Carrie Preston) in a wrongful termination lawsuit for the former CEO of J Serve tech company, until Department of Justice attorney Josh Perotti (Kyle MacLachlan) announced an intellectual property case against the company. His criminal case needs to be tried before the civil suit can continue, so Elsbeth and Alicia decide to join forces against him ....more

What Would Dexter Think of Michael C. Hall in Drag as Broadway’s ‘Hedwig’?

“Hedwig and the Angry Inch” is enjoying a run on Broadway that has included the Tony Awards for Best Revival of a Musical, Best Featured Actress in a Musical, and Best Actor in a Musical for the first Hedwig in this production, Neil Patrick Harris. Now, Michael C. Hall has taken on the role and is killing it in a way that would make Dexter proud – but no plastic, no bloodshed ....more

New in Theaters: Week of Oct. 27, 2014

New on the big screen this week are … more scary movies, because it’s Halloween! Nicole Kidman in a psychological thriller, Jake Gyllenhaal in a journalism thriller, and that classic horror movie known as “Saw” are opening wide in theaters this week. (Also in limited release: “Goodbye to Language 3D,” “The Great Invisible,” “Revenge of the Mekons,” “ABCs of Death 2,” “Hit by Lightning,” “Horns” and “Point and Shoot.”) BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP Rated R for some brutal violence and language | In Theaters 10/30 (p.m. screenings) | Ok for Kids 17+ | Reel Preview: 4 of 5 Reels |...more