While the weather drops to true winter temperatures, there’s lots of new TV to keep you occupied indoors!
USA is getting invaded with the new drama, Colony. How do you live life in occupied territory? The new show from Cartlon Cuse stars Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies. Check out my review here and then tune in on Thursday!
Sunny Day! Sweeping up clouds away! Sesame Street makes the move to HBO. I’m guessing this switch to cable won’t be upping the violence, language or nudity content on the show. As it is, Cookie Monster doesn’t wear pants…
Showtime’s newest drama, Billions, is about a US Attorney (played by Paul Giamatti) and his battle to take down a bad rich man (Damien Lewis).
Agent Carter is back to defend the free world in the nuclear age as she transfers to the West Coast SSR office.
War and Peace is not only a huge book, but it’s a huge mini-series that spans Lifetime, A&E and HISTORY. All three sister networks will all air the series simultaneously. The sweeping story of Napoleonic Russia will be brought to life with Paul Dano, James Norton, Lily James, Stephen Rea, Tuppence Middleton, Jim Broadbent and Gillian Anderson.
Tonight: Second Chance debut (Fox), Face/Off season premiere (Syfy), American Horror Story: Hotel season finale (FX)
Thursday: Colony debut (USA), Workaholics season premiere (Comedy Central)
Friday: Hell’s Kitchen season premiere (Fox), Real Time with Bill Maher season premiere (HBO), Degrassi: Next Class debut (Netflix)
Saturday: Sesame Street season premiere (HBO)
Sunday: Critics’ Choice Awards (A&E), Billions debut (Showtime), Mercy Street debut (PBS), Critic’s Choice Awards (A&E), The Royals season premiere (E!)
Monday: War & Peace debut (Lifetime, A&E, History), Almost Royal season premiere (BBC America)
Tuesday: Marvel’s Agent Carter season premiere (ABC), Team Ninja Warrier debut (Esquire)
A year ago, ABC was considering a third Marvel TV series and now they are taking the next step. Marvel’s Most Wanted is going to pilot which means Bobbi (Adrianne Palicki) and Hunter (Nick Blood) may break off from the main S.H.I.E.L.D. group before the season ends.
Bryan Fuller is full steam ahead on his adaption of American Gods for Starz. It looks like it may film in Toronto later this year with a target start date of 2017.
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