Television - Series Reviews
"How To Get Away With Murder" Is A Sure-Fire Hit For ABC

With its cinematic direction, compelling storyline and impressive cast, "How To Get Away With Murder" is sure to have a successful premiere on Thursday night, September 25th 10PM on ABC.

ABC Premieres "black-ish" Starring Anthony Anderson

ABC's new family comedy, "black-ish" premieres Wednesday September 24th 9:30/8:30c.

TV Review: Even Without Batman, "Gotham" Still Packs A Punch

By LATF Staff


Like in every iteration of Batman, the death of Bruce Wayne's parents sets the stage for the story that unfolds in "Gotham."

CBS Premieres Smart Series "Scorpion"

CBS premieres "SCORPION" Monday night, September 22nd, 2014 at 9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT.

"Sons of Anarchy:" Back To Business For The Final Ride

By LATF Staff


For the past six seasons, we have seen many come and go; most from a bullet to the head or chest.

"Sharknado 2: The Second One" Invades New York City

It was campy, it was absurd and it was a good time had by all.

Tonight: FX Premieres Newest Sit-Com, "Married"

Married with kids means sleep deprivation, a declining sex-life, and being constantly annoyed by your husband or wife.

TV Review: FX's "The Strain" Delivers Chilling Vibes And Old School Scares

With "True Blood" amidst its final season, vampire fanatics will surely relocate their weekly loyalties from HBO to the FX Network for "The Strain;" a high concept thriller where a group of disease researchers team with an assembly of everyday New Yorkers to investigate and combat an ancient and evil string of vampirism.

Andrea Martin Carries NBC's Hyper Comedy, "Working The Engels"

Comedic actress Andrea Martin is a powerhouse, both on stage and on screen.

TV Review: NBC's "Undateable" Has A Strong Cast & Sharp Writing

By Pamela Price


Take ladies' man Barney Stinson from "How I Met Your Mother," give him a rough edge, a leather jacket and a handful of nerds to follow his lead and you've got yourself NBC's newest sitcom, "Undateable."

TV Review: "Penny Dreadful" Will Delight With Its Many Dark Sides

By Pamela Price


The kind of world that draws TV audiences is the one in which monsters thrive.