What To Watch Tonight? Fridays are working their way back up to good programming. Our Top Picks to Watch Tonight are MacGyver and The Blacklist. Also on, new Hawaii Five-0, Blindspot and Hell’s Kitchen. What are you watching?
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum
January 17, 2019
As promised a couple of days ago, Lionsgate dropped the first long trailer for the much anticipated, John Wick: Chapter 3. The third movie in the cult favorite franchise premieres on May 17, 2019. This is the first in the series to have a subtitle, “Parabellum.”
“If you want peace, prepare for war.”
We’ve got the trailer below as well as the official movie poster and movie stills published on the film’s website.
The third installment features Keanu Reeves returning to the titular role of John Wick, the reluctant master assassin that wanted out but keeps getting pulled back in. From the trailer, it looks like the core cast of Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, and Lance Reddick are all returning for the new movie. Big name newcomers to the cast include, Halle Berry (as “Sofia”), Jason Mantzoukas (as “Tick Tock Man), and Anjelica Huston (as “The Director”).
“Keep Ya Head Up” (Episode 109)
January 16, 2019
Man, it feels like it’s been more than a month since the last new All American. Wait. It has been more than a month. Anyway, we’re back and breaking down all the action from the mid-season premiere, “Keep Ya Head Up.”
To refresh your memory from the Winter finale, Spencer and the Beverly Eagles won the big Homecoming game against those cheaters at Malibu but elsewhere, things were falling apart. Shawn bought his way out of the gang life only to be shot and killed as we was getting ready to celebrate with Coop. Jordan was lured into taking drugs by the hot Malibu cheerleader only to be put on the carpet for a drug test after the game. The episode ended with Coach Baker switching out his son’s urine sample. Ruh Roh. Problems on problems.
Catch up on the entire recap of the last episode here. Now, on to the deep dive recap and review of tonight’s all new All American, “Keep Ya Head Up” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
What To Watch Tonight? Our Top Pick To Watch Tonight is the all new The Orville. Also on, all new Gotham, Supernatural (back from Winter break), Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Titan Games. At 10pm, Bravo premieres a new DIY landscape show, Backyard Envy. Online, Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery premieres on CBS All Access (that’s probably what I’ll be watching at 10pm).
“Reagan Youth” (Episode 100)
January 16, 2019
Deadly Class, the newest series from Syfy, is based on a series of graphic novels written by Rick Remender and illustrated by Wesley Craig. The comic book series is published by Image Comics and has been running since early 2014. The show is being counts Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers Infinity War) among its executive producers and stars Benjamin Wadsworth, Benedict Wong, and Lana Condor.
In short, Deadly Class follows the story of Marcus Lopez Arguello, a disaffected youth in 1987 San Francisco, as he goes from orphaned and homeless to enrolled in a special school that trains the next generation of the world’s top assassins. King’s Dominion Atelier of the Deadly Arts isn’t like your high school. Classes here include things like deadly poisons and hand to hand combat. Students are broken into factions and you never know when explosive violence may break out. Run by Master Lin, Kings Dominion teaches Marcus and his “friends” to kill because sometimes, people deserve to die.
Read on for our deep dive recap and review of Episode 1 of Deadly Class, “Reagan Youth” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
What To Watch Tonight? Our Top Pick To Watch Tonight is the series premiere of Deadly Class (which we’ll be recapping) as well as All American, which returns from its Winter break tonight (catch up on our latest recap here). Also on, Riverdale, Vikings, Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell & Back, The Masked Singer and The Dictator’S Playbook.
“Pilot” (Episode 101)
January 14, 2019
If you read our Love It Or Leave It? Review for The Passage, you know we’re big fans. This was a no brainer show for us to recap because there is so much juicy detail in the episodes. At PCR, we love to dig in, rehash and relive great TV. Our recaps are blow by blow accounts of the episodes, full of details you might have missed and quotes that we think resonate and should be highlighted.
So, let’s not waste a minute. Read on for the deep dive recap and review of The Passage episode, “Pilot” … BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
What to Watch Tonight? The night starts off great with the return of The Flash from its Winter break. We’ve also got new NCIS early in the night. At 9pm, we’ve got new The Gifted, FBI and the series premiere of Roswell, New Mexico (a reboot of Roswell). At 10pm, we have our Top Pick To Watch Tonight, New Amsterdam, as well as new Project Blue Book and The Rookie.
Love It Or Leave It? Review
January 14, 2019
Based on a book of the same name by Justin Cronin (the first in a trilogy), The Passage premieres tonight on Fox (9/8c). What a shot in the arm this show is on for network television. Exactly what we need in terms of innovation, character creation, story and production value.
From writer (and showrunner), Liz Heldens, and an executive producer team that includes Ridley Scott, The Passage stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saniyya Sidney, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Vincent Piazza, Brianne Howey, Caroline Chikezie, Henry Ian Cusick, Jamie McShane, and McKinley Belcher III.
Read on for a spoiler free synopsis of the show and whether we … Love It Or Leave It?
What To Watch Tonight? What a difference a week makes. Last Monday was a wasteland and tonight? It’s all the great TV. We have the series premiere of our Top Pick To Watch, the new vampire, horror genre show, The Passage (which we’ll also be recapping). Also on, all new Manifest as well as the return of new The Good Doctor, Bull and The Resident. If you were into Bravo’s Dirty John, check out Oxygen’s behind the scenes-type show Dirty John, The Dirty Truth. What are you watching?!?