Patrick Wilson is the primary suspect in his wife’s murder, especially since he’s been having an affair, in the 60’s set crime drama, A Kind of Murder.
Zach runs down his picks for the best returning shows of 2015, many of which had their final seasons this year.
If you’re a completionist, this is your week as there’s complete series collections for Heroes, Justified and, our Pick of the Week, Mad Men, along with a bunch of cult classics arriving on Blu Ray.
Before the new television season starts, the best of last season were honored at last night’s Emmy Awards, with Game of Thrones and Veep taking the top honors.
As if getting passed up for a promotion wasn’t bad enough, Evan (Franz Kanz) finds out his new boss (Pedro Pascal) is a vampire in the upcoming horror comedy, Bloodsucking Bastards.
Game of Thrones leads the pack for this year’s Emmy Awards for the dramas while a bunch of new contenders showed up in the Comedy race.
With Mad Men ending last week, Game of Thrones is one of the only “prestige” shows left standing but there’s a number of current shows that are ready to take their place in that category.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the end of Mad Men, the downward spiral of Arrow and Gotham, the awesomeness of Mad Max: Fury Road, latter day Simpsons, and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the increasing insanity of Gotham, American Horror Story and the new Suspiria TV series, Machete in space, the worst Schwarzenegger movie, the champion of Action Madness and much more.
Brian gives us his picks for the five best TV shows and movies of 2014