A Psycho prequel titled "Bates Motel" is coming to A&E starring Vera Farmiga as Norma Bates, which is to tell me we haven't learned anything since Hannibal Rising.
Is Toby Jones in danger of being overlooked once again just as he was when he played Truman Capote. This time the icon he's playing is Alfred Hitchcock, but Anthony Hopkins is playing the same role in a feature film next year.
Don't have HBO? No problem, you can watch the first full episode of the new Aaron Sorkin-scripted drama "The Newsroom" right here, right now.
The sixth episode of this second season of "Game of Thrones" brings us a new character, plenty of action, solid pacing and the lesson that the price of power is indeed steep, but it's nothing compared to the cost you can pay for losing it.
After some softcore porn and serious torture, the fifth episode of this second season of "Game of Thrones" goes lighter on the murder and degradation and heavier on the long-term foreshadowing and complexity.
"Game of Thrones" is undoubtedly known for its use of sex and nudity, but after this episode its ability to show the true consequences of life's cruelty will certainly be a topic of discussion.
Thanks almost entirely to Tyrion, "Game of Thrones" gets back on track after the "sexytimes" effort of episode two. This third episode -- titled "What is Dead May Never Die" -- wasn't as fun as episode one, and we've got a really rough episode four coming, but fans should find plenty to appreciate here.
Season 2 of "Game of Thrones" rages on as do the hormones as Episode 2, known as "The Night Lands", has sex on the mind and new characters are introduced on the sly.
The game returns and Laremy offers up his review of the premiere episode of Season Two of "Game of Thrones"
I watched the first two episodes of ABC's "The River" last night and can say it was decent, but there are some serious signs that this could get tiresome really quick. Here's a review and commentary on the premiere.