Tag: David Boreanaz

7 Of the Most Underrated Shows on TV

Every once in awhile, a show comes along that catches your interest. You get enthralled by it, and once you’re hooked, you ask your friends if they’ve seen it. Now sometimes, they…

SEAL Team 1×21 “The Graveyard of Empires” Review

The point of this week’s SEAL Team was…? Mostly filler. The episode felt weighed down by David Boreanaz’s less-than-stellar acting. Perhaps if Mr Boreanaz chooses to direct again, it might be wise…

SEAL Team 1×20 “Enemy of my Enemy” Review

SEAL Team reminds us this week not only of the fragility of life, but also of relationships, and how in the middle of war both can be difficult to hold on to.…

SEAL Team 1×19 “Takedown” Review

There’s a whole lot of deception in this week’s episode of SEAL Team, Takedown, and I’m none too pleased about any of it. Ray Perry, we need to talk. Your shoulder injury…

‘SEAL Team’ 1×18 Review: “Credible Threat”

It’s a good thing SEAL Team’s on deployment for as long as they are, because getting retribution for Echo Team isn’t proving easy. As targets are taken out, another player appears, each…

SEAL Team 1×17 “In Name Only” Review

In “In Name Only” Mandy’s ready to go after the main guy, the one responsible for Echo’s death. But if she’s wrong, or even if she’s right, she’ll have a target on…

SEAL Team 1×15 Review: No Man’s Land

Deployment has been the best thing to happen to SEAL Team this season, and with this continuing storyline as the team hunts down the people responsible for Echo Team’s death, we get…

SEAL Team 1×14 “Call Out” Review

We’d had three weeks to heal, and then the previously on rips our hearts back out as it reminds us of the loss of Team Echo, the reason Bravo’s date of deployment…