What to Watch Tonight? An all new Blood & Treasure is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight. Also high on the list, all new Pandora and The 100. Check out all of our picks below. What are you watching?
The West Wing 20th Anniversary
Top 25 Best Episodes
July 22, 2019
Premiering on September 22, 1999, this Fall will mark the 20th Anniversary of Aaron’s Sorkin’s seminal political drama, The West Wing. Telling the story of fictional President, Josiah Bartlet, and the trials and tribulations of his senior staff, The West Wing helped to usher in the Golden age of serialized drama that we’re still living in today. It is not hyperbole to say, The West Wing changed television in a real way, and for the better. In the end, The West Wing is a love letter to civil servants who sacrifice so much their idealism and the greater good.
This Top 25 List represents the second in a series of articles I will be writing over the coming months, celebrating the show’s 20th Anniversary. Read my first entry here, the Best Seasons of The West Wing. Due to the size of these articles, I’ll be publishing the List in 5 Episode Installments.
“Danger Close” (Episode 204)
July 3, 2019
Last week on Krypton, Seg managed to kick Brainiac out of his brain via the natal chamber on Colu – the same chamber that originally brought Brainiac into being. Afterwards, Seg and Adam were able to Zeta Beam out of the chamber (and back to Krypton) just as Lobo regenerated, leaving the Main Man to get his revenge on Brainiac. Elsewhere, Zod decided to send Lyta in to squash the rebellion on Wegthor. And Nyssa further muddied the waters of her her life as double agent but also, got some sexy times with an old flame who is now in the Resistance. Catch up on our deep dive recap and review of the episode here.
Let’s see what’s happening now on this week’s all new episode of Krypton, “Danger Close” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
What To Watch Tonight? Our Top Pick to Watch Tonight is So You Think You Can Dance. Also high on the list, an all new Legion. Check out the rest of the picks below. What are you watching?!?
“Parnassus” (Episode 108)
July 21, 2019
Every week, you’ll notice that we title the NOS4A2 recap with an Episode number such as 10_. This signifies the episode number in Season 1. Well, we can congratulate NOS4A2 on being picked up for a Season 2! Officially announced at San Diego Comic Con on Saturday, see below for the official NOS4A2 twitter handle’s tweet:
“NOS4A2: Electric Boogaloo.” -Executive Producer @joe_hill
— NOS4A2 (@NOS4A2) July 21, 2019
Now, on to the business of tonight’s dark and terrifying episode of NOS4A2, “Parnassus” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
“Only Devils Left” (Episode 204)
July 17, 2019
Last week on Yellowstone, things continued to spiral for the Duttons. Kayce was introduced to the Livestock Association, a law enforcement agency of which his father is the Commissioner. Danny Jenkins and Thomas Rainwater announced a joint venture to open an off-reservation casino and hotel. This news raised the ire of the Beck brothers, shady mafia types who paid Danny a threatening visit. The Governor and John had a meetup to discuss old times and new. And Jamie bowed to family pressure and dropped out of the AG race. Catch up on all of the action from last week’s episode with our deep dive recap and review here.
All caught up? Good, cause the action and suspense are high in tonight’s new episode of Yellowstone, “Only Devils Left” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!!
What To Watch Tonight? Friday nights in the Summer are not high on quantity but have lots of quality. Jett is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight but also high on the list, the season premiere of Killjoys and an all new Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Check out all of our picks below. What are you watching?
What To Watch Tonight? An all new The Outpost (catch up with our recap from last week here) is our Top Pick To Watch Tonight! Also high on our list, all new Siren and Queen of the South. What are you watching?
What To Watch Tonight? Our Wednesday faves, Krypton (check out our recaps here) and Yellowstone (check out our recaps here), are Our Top Picks to Watch Tonight. They have lots of great company with the final season premiere of Suits and the series premiere of the Suits‘ spinoff, Pearson. Check out our full set of picks below. What are you watching?
The 71st Emmy Awards
“And the Nominees Are …”
July 16, 2019
Earlier today, Ken Jeong (The Masked Singer; Community) and D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place), on behalf of The Television Academy, presented the nominations for the major categories of the 71st Emmy Awards, LIVE from the Wolf Theatre at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center. Jeong and Carden were introduced by Television Academy Chairman and CEO, Frank Scherma.
The 71st Emmy Awards will broadcast LIVE from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22 (8-11 pm ET/5-8 pm PT) on FOX. The 71st Emmy Awards will be co-produced by Don Mischer Productions and Done+Dusted.
Read on for the list of nominees introduced during today’s live announcement. For the complete list of nominees (including all of the Outstanding performance categories, as well as writing, directing, music, and technical categories), head to the Emmys Website!