'Family Guy' Season 13 Premiere: 'The Simpsons Guy' Was A Little Weird

September 30th, 2014 3:11pm EDT
'Family Guy' Season 13 Premiere: 'The Simpsons Guy' Was A Little
That was... interesting.

The crossover episode between Family Guy and The Simpsons was an interesting idea that could have had a lot of promise - and before we get into it here, the episode was not bad by any means - it was just weird.

The writers at Family guy clearly made a huge effort to please The Simpsons` audience by proving on a number of occasions that The Simpsons has been a far more successful show for a lot longer than Family Guy. Even during the final 'fight scene' between Peter and Homer there was a direct reference to the awards literally being thrown in Peter's face by Hom...

'Sleepy Hollow' Recap: The Top 10 Awesome Moments From 'The Kindred'

September 30th, 2014 9:04am EDT
'Sleepy Hollow' Recap: The Top 10 Awesome Moments From 'The Kind
Here are the ten most insane, amazing, terrifying moments of the second episode of Sleepy Hollow:

1. Ichabod’s Weekly Lesson on Modern Times

For a show that’s so constantly horrifying with guts, gore, and tons of decapitations, Sleepy Hollow is one of the most consistently hilarious shows on TV. Ichabod’s attempts to become acclimated to the modern world are always worth a laugh. This week Ichabod learns about Martha Stewart and the ever-growing wedding industry. When he and Abbie go to the bank, he has a bit of a meltdown over the existence of credit cards and pens chained to the desk. H...

'The Simpson's' Big Death On Season 26 Premiere Is [Spoiler]

September 29th, 2014 9:18am EDT
'The Simpson's' Big Death On Season 26 Premiere Is [Spoiler]
[Warning, SPOILER ALERT: Season 26 premiere episode of FOX's "The Simpsons" ]

It was the premiere that was dreaded for months by fans of the long-running FOX animated series, "The Simpsons." In an episode titled "Clown in the Dumps" Krusty the Clown's FATHER, Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky was killed, despite the fact that the big character death was originally rumored to be Krusty himself.

At the Television Critics Association press tour series creator Al Jean stated, “I didn’t say I was killing Krusty…I didn’t say I wasn’t.”

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter prior to the episode's p...

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 2 Premiere Recap: Mafia Jake Is The Best Jake

September 29th, 2014 8:35am EDT
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Last season of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" left us with so many pressing questions. Questions like:

How long will Jake Peralta stay undercover?

Will this be the start of a new recurring story arc?

Is it humanly possible for Holt to get any sterner?

And "Undercover," the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" season premiere, delivered a series of succinct answers. "Not long." "Yes, but not in the way you'd think." "NO."

First up is Peralta's undercover duty. Which, given its importance at the end of last season (it even spurned Jake into sharing his feelings with Santiago, for God's sake) seems lik...

Season 13 of Family Guy Starts this Weekend!

September 27th, 2014 6:28pm EDT
Season 13 of Family Guy Starts this Weekend!
Family Guy is back for a 13th season starting Sunday September 28th!

That’s right, Peter Griffin and everyone from Spooner Street will be back this fall for what promises to be another season filled with excellent cutaways and a return to some great narratives for each episode.

The opening episode for season 13 is an hour-long special entitled “The Simpsons Guy” whereupon Peter and the gang find themselves in Springfield for a long-awaited crossover episode between the two great shows. The majority of the voice-cast for The Simpsons will be contributing to what promises to be an excell...

8 Potential Breakout Stars In Television

September 27th, 2014 5:08pm EDT
8 Potential Breakout Stars In Television
You know them: the actor who's really good at what they do, but for whatever reason, doesn't get as much attention as they deserve. Maybe they're on a show that doesn't have a huge audience. Maybe they get less screen time than their costars. Maybe they ought to have won several awards by now and they've never even been nominated. But you love watching them every week, and you just wish everyone else would give them more respect already.

The 2014-2015 TV season has quite a few of those actors, several of whom are poised to break through to bigger story arcs and wider acclaim. Whether they'...

‘Bones’ Season 10 Premiere: Let’s Talk About That Shocking Death [Spoilers]

September 26th, 2014 2:36pm EDT
‘Bones’ Season 10 Premiere: Let’s Talk About That Shocking Death
The return of fall TV is leaving a lot of bodies behind. First “Chicago Fire” said farewell to a beloved character, and now “Bones” just bid adieu to another adored character in last night’s Season 10 premiere.

Obviously, spoilers follow, so read at your own risk.

Which fan-favorite “Bones” character said goodbye? It was none other than Dr. Lance Sweets, played by John Francis Daley. Can you believe it? After starring in seven seasons of the hit FOX show alongside Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, Daley exited the series.

Here’s what happened. Not only did we see the reunion of Sweet...

10 Best TV Bromances: Are Your Favorites On The List?

September 26th, 2014 2:00pm EDT
Hawaii Five-0
Diehard, co-dependent friendships have become the stuff TV legend, not the "Pick me, choose me, love me" romances of the past. If "Orange Is The New Black" then so is the bromance. In honor bromance-based "Hawaii Five-0's" season premiere (and fast appraching 100th episode, I am counting down the 10 best TV bromances in returning shows.

10. Walter and Jesse on AMC's "Breaking Bad"

Technically the show ended in 2013, there's no denying the bizarre bromance between the cancer-stricken chemistry teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his meth-head former student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaro...

'New Girl' Season 4, Episode 2: Winston 'Toilet' Bishop

September 24th, 2014 10:01am EDT
New Girl
It looks like “New Girl” has decided to go all in with Winston Bishop as the odd man out. In fact, that being the odd man out is clearly in, because Winston is becoming more delightful every episode, and he was already the most delightful part of the show. To wit, nobody is shocked that he is the only cadet in the police academy struggling to socialize, and also the only one without a nickname. Though this does bother him, he is not upset enough to refrain from calling himself “Winnie the Bish” or using a euphemism like “make a caca.”

Typically when TV characters are ostracized from a l...

'The Mindy Project' Recap: We Finally Get To Meet Mrs. Castellano And It's Hysterical

September 24th, 2014 9:01am EDT
'The Mindy Project' Recap: We Finally Get To Meet Mrs. Castellan
After two seasons of building up to it, The Mindy Project grants our greatest wish: not to see Mindy and Danny together as a couple but to finally meet Danny’s mom, Annette Castellano! And luckily for us, she’s played by Cheers veteran Rhea Perlman, who is simply fantastic as Danny's overbearing, tough and secretive mother.

The episode wastes almost no time into introducing us to the infamous Mrs. Castellano, stopping by to drop by TV Magazines for Danny’s apartment, who mistakenly (and with great racism) assumes Mindy is a cleaning lady. Mindy is horrified. Dear young Mindy is too self-ab...