Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) himself attempts to recap the insane events of the first season of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow before Season 2 debuts on Monday on Fox.
Catch up on all the twists and turns of the first season of The Blacklist thanks to The Fine Bros and their nine minute recap done all in one take.
This week on a monster sized podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the return of Godzilla, Christopher Nolan’s space odyssey, dumb horror sequels, the full title of Batman vs Superman, Universal’s only Marvel hero and much more.
USA and SyFy have a few new shows joining their returning shows this summer including a new medical drama on USA and the sequel to the Paul Bettany “killer angel” movie Legion coming to SyFy.
After being introduced on Arrow this past season, Barry Allen returns home to Central City to defend it from a crop of newly empowered “metahumans”, possibly created by the destruction of the STAR Labs particle accelerator, that also gave Barry incredible speed and healing powers.
The cable channels that know drama and comedy revealed what they have in the works for the Fall season, like The Transporter, cop spoof Angie Tribeca and The Librarians, based on the trilogy of TNT original movies.
ABC keeps chugging along with their soapy dramas like Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and Revenge and are adding a bunch of new comedies to try and balance things out this Fall.
Fox has a bunch of new dramas like the trippy looking Wayward Pines, Ancient Egyptian set Hieroglyph and BBC remake Gracepoint but also comedies like Mulaney, starring, obviously, John Mulaney.
NBC is on fairly solid footing with their dramas like The Blacklist, Grimm and Hannibal so it seems like their main focus this fall is new comedies.
NBC’s addition to DC Comics take over of Fall TV is Constantine, with a pitch perfect looking Matt Ryan bringing the hellbound sorcerer to the small screen.