In a recent interview with Caitlin Bassett, she suggested that Quantum Leap finds its heart in episode 3, “Someone Up There Likes Ben.” Ever since that interview, I’ve been curious to know how that would play out, since this series…
#QuantumLeap has become must see TV for us & we’re only on episode 3. Prepare yourself for tonights episode with our preview.
Chicago Fire 11×03 looks like it might cost us someone we care about, and we absolutely will not have it. We just refuse. Period.
Chicago P.D. 10×03 “A Good Man” looks to be the end of the line for Jesse Lee Soffer’s Jay Upstead. And that just… hurts.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×02 “Everybody Knows the Dice are Loaded” delivers on some of what we were promised ahead of season 3.
Law & Order: SVU 24×02 “The One You Feed” is, in many ways, the real start to the new season. And what a start it was.
Chicago Fire 11×02 “Every Scar Tells A Story” tries — and fails — to make us care about the new guy as much as we care about everyone else.
Chicago P.D. 10×02 “The Real You” finally, finally moves Burzek forward, as it sets up a Jay Halstead exit that makes absolutely no sense.
As fun as Quantum Leap is as a concept (and show!), if I’m really honest, I don’t envy Ben – or Sam – a good 98% of the time. Finding yourself in some random person’s life and having to fix…
Sometimes it takes someone else talking about something for a person to realize that they were thinking about something wrong.
Chicago Fire 11×02 “Every Scar Tells A Story” brings us Javi, more paremedicine and Gallo possible moving on? That’s a lot!
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×01 “Gimme Shelter” felt more crossover-ish than the other two parts of the franchise’s huge premiere event. Or, rather, it felt like the most ambiguous of the three.
As the middle part of the giant premiere event, Law & Order: SVU 24×01 “Gimme Shelter – Part Two” was easily the best hour of the three.
Law & Order 22×01 “Gimme Shelter – Part Three” ended the franchise’s three-part premiere event on a sour note.
We talked to Chicago Med’s Nick Gehlfuss and Jessy Schram about Will and Hannah’s relationship and personal journeys in S8 of the show.
Chicago Fire 11×01 “Hold on Tight” fixes one ship, cements another and puts an end to a third one — with all the emotions that entails.
Chicago P.D. 10×01 “Let It Bleed” is the beginning of the end for the show as we know it — and the new direction doesn’t truly work.
We talked to Chicago Fire’s Hanako Greensmith, Alberto Rosende and Daniel Kyri about the season the upcoming Season 11 of the show.
Let’s face it: we live in a world of reboots and reimaginings, and while it’s impossible for every series to capture the magic of the the original, there will be a few that do. The new NBC Quantum Leap series…
It’s almost time for the premiere of #QuantumLeap and we’re really excited. See the pictures for the pilot episode!