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Empire Taraji P. Henson

‘Tis the season — award season, that is. Tonight, the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards will air on NBC, and it’s one of the most important awards show for both TV and film, second only to the Emmy Awards and the Oscars. This year more then ever the winners promise to be both satisfying and surprising, because the deck …

American Crime

Rape. “You need to be careful with that word,” or so Felicity Huffman’s cold, insincere headmaster, Leslie Graham, tells an anguished mother. But Anne Blaine, like any decent parent, refuses to let her son’s private school sweep his assault under the rug, choosing instead to report his rape to 911. Opening with that chilling call, …

Tyler Posey Shelley Hennig Teen Wolf

Since it premiered in 2011, MTV’s Teen Wolf has gone from being a semi-cute story about a teenage werewolf to its current state as a supernatural thunderdome. After showing a complete disregard for continuity, it seemed unlikely that showrunner Jeff Davis could restore the show to its former glory. However, the midseason premiere of season …

Martin Freeman Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock The Abominable Bride

It’s no question that show-creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss — with Gatiss also starring as Mycroft Holmes — were a little ambitious with the design of the now-customary Christmas special, which is released around holiday time between seasons of Sherlock. Despite the alternate universe set in Victorian England, this quasi-special is curiously tied into the overall …

October is the bearer of many gifts—fall weather, cheap vampire costumes, pumpkin spice lattes, and, best of all, brand-new seasons of FX’s horror anthology, American Horror Story. This season, subtitled Hotel, checks us into the palatial Hotel Cortez. But unless you’re into sharing a room with grotesque naked people who like to pop out of dirty mattress, you might …

Sara Snoddy // Contributing writer Fans of his Full House days might be a bit surprised by John Stamos’ newest role as the suave restaurateur, Jimmy Martino, in Fox’s newest comedy-hopeful, Grandfathered. Jimmy has it all, but he’d “give it all up just like that for a family.” Or at least it’s worked as a …