‘The Irrational’ 1×01 Review: “Pilot”

The television landscape is littered with procedural cop shows, so it takes something a little extra to stand out. The series set up in The Irrational 1×01 “Pilot” isn’t groundbreaking in terms of plot. It isn’t terribly noteworthy in the…

The Trailer For NBC’s ‘FOUND’ Has Been Released

TBH, the premise of #FOUND is freaky and the trailer is too. See it here!

See The Trailer For ‘The Irrational’ Starring Jesse L. Martin

We don’t think it’s irrational to be excited for #TheIrrational. See the trailer!

Yeah, We’re Still Mad About ‘Magnum P.I’

We might still have some episodes of Magnum P.I to look forward to, but that doesn’t make us any less mad about the cancellation.

What to Watch: LA Fire & Rescue

A new Dick Wolf show about firefighters is coming to NBC. Yeah, you read that right. Here’s all we know about LA Fire & Rescue.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×22 Review: “With Many Names”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×22 “With Many Names” is certainly a high stakes finale, both for this series and for SVU. And it delivers.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×22 Review: “All Pain is One Malady”

Law & Order: SVU 24×22 “All Pain is One Malady” is an episode with a very difficult job to do, but it mostly pulls it off.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×21 Review: “New Life”

Chicago P.D. 10×21 “New Life” is a circular episode that takes a long time to end up exactly where we started with Dante Torres.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×21 Preview: “New Life”

Chicago P.D. 10×21 “A New Life” goes hard on the stereotypes for Torres, and gives Voight the moral high ground, because of course it does.

Nikki Taylor-Roberts Talks Balancing All the Storylines on ‘Chicago Med’, and Directing with Empathy

We talked to Nikki Taylor-Roberts, who directed the May 10th episode of Chicago Med, titled “The Winds of Change Are Starting to Blow.”

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×21 Review: “Shadowërk”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×21 “Shadowërk” is basically the sum of all of our season-long frustrations, especially with EO’s mess.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×21 Review: “Bad Things”

Law & Order: SVU 24×21 “Bad Things” does a good job of balancing cases new and old. But the personal, character-driven stuff…not so much.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×20 Review: “Never, Ever Make a Mistake”

Chicago Fire 11×20 “Never, Ever Make a Mistake” makes the season ending strategies for some characters clear. Others, not so much.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×20 Preview: “Fight”

Chicago P.D. 10×20 “Fight” puts Hailey Upton in danger, and someone is going to call her husband, right? Right? Riiiiiight?

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×20 Review: “Debatable”

Once you get past the overly-long opening sequence, Law & Order: SVU 24×20 “Debatable” is neither groundbreaking nor terrible. Fine by us.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×20 Review: “Pareto Principle”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×20 “Pareto Principle” is one of those episodes that, quite frankly, is the embodiment of that “it just doesn’t make sense” Olivia Benson gif.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×19 Review: “The Bleed Valve”

Chicago P.D. 10×19 “The Bleed Valve” is about fathers and sons — and about learning from the lessons of the past.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×19 Preview: “The Bleed Valve”

Chicago P.D. 10×19 “The Bleed Valve” is a Kevin Atwater episode. Hopefully it gives us some emotional insight into him, instead of a case.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×19 Preview: “Take A Shot at The King”

Chicago Fire 11×19 “Take A Shot at The King” puts Carver in danger and pits Firehouse 51 against the powers that be.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×19 Review: “Bend the Law”

Law & Order: SVU 24×19 “Bend the Law” manages to do something that the series hasn’t lately: actually make two (seemingly) at-odds parts fit.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×19 Review: “A Diplomatic Solution”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×19 “A Diplomatic Solution” features compelling interpersonal dynamics for Stabler, on two different fronts.