‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×07 Review: “All That Glitters”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×07 “All That Glitters” is a glittering example of what happens when bad faith happens to good viewers.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×07 Review: “Angry Is Easier”

Chicago Fire 11×07 “Angry is Easier” is a very good episode of TV, one that celebrates and mourns at the same time.

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×08 Review: “Stand By Ben”

After a few weeks of really heavy material – between demonic possession and dead mother trauma – Quantum Leap 1×08 “Stand By Ben” lightens things up a bit. You know, with child abuse. Yeah…the show has really tackled some tough…

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×07 Preview: “Angry is Easier”

We truly have no real clue what Chicago Fire 11×07 “Angry is Easier” is about, or what’s gonna happen. But we know what we want.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×06 Review: “Blaze of Glory”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×06 is, much like this season’s fourth episode, an opportunity for Rick Gonzalez to shine as Bobby Reyes

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×06 Review: “Controlled Burn”

In the wrong hands, Law & Order: SVU 24×06 “Controlled Burn” could’ve been needlessly over the top and just…disturbing. But it was FIRE.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×06 Review: “All-Out Mystery”

Chicago Fire 11×06 “All-Out Mystery” focuses on Stellaride — the right choice in a show that feels like it has lost its way.

Jon Seda Talks Moving on From ‘Chicago P.D.’ And Finding His Place in ‘La Brea’

We talked to La Brea’s own Jon Seda about moving from procedural to sci-fi, and what to expect from his character in Season 2.

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×07 Review: “O Ye Of Little Faith”

“Oh, hell no.” Rarely has Ben (Raymond Lee) articulated so accurately – and succinctly – my feelings. But Quantum Leap 1×07 “O Ye of Little Faith” was that kind of episode. It was just the right amount of creepy and…

5 Benson and Stabler Spirit Halloween Costume Memes

Benson and Stabler, Bensler, EO, Elliot and Olivia…Whatever you want to call them, we’ve got your Spirit Halloween costumes (memed) here.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×06 Preview: “Sympathetic Reflex”

Chicago P.D. 10×06 “Sympathetic Reflex” is a Kevin Atwater episode. We just hope it’s also a team-has-Kevin’s back episode.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×06 Preview: “All-Out Mystery”

Chicago Fire 11×06 “All-Out Mystery” promises more of Stellaride working together, which is all we need to look forward to the episode.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×05 Review: “Breakwater”

Law & Order: SVU 24×05 “Breakwater” uses the case of a corrupt chief lifeguard to further many themes that have worked very well this season.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×05 Review: “Haunted House”

Chicago Fire 11×05 “Haunted House” is all about taking that next step towards healing, whether it is from a new trauma or an old one.

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×05 Review: “Salvation or Bust”

If last week’s episode of Quantum Leap was the feels episode, this week was the afterglow. Yes, I know there’s more to the series than the ship. But I’m a hard-core Ben/Addison shipper now, and I’m not even sorry about…

Detective Amanda Rollins & Kelli Giddish: Some SVU Fandom Tributes

Now that we know when Kelli Giddish will appear on Law & Order: SVU as Amanda Rollins for the last time as a regular, it’s time to honor her.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×04 Review: “Spirit In The Sky”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×04 sends our newest detective undercover, and with the focus again on the team, it’s another strong episode.

Six More Episodes Of ‘Quantum Leap’ Ordered

Six more episodes of #QuantumLeap? Don’t threaten us with a good time.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×04 Review: “The Center of The Universe”

Chicago Fire 11×04 “The Center of the Universe” is about grief, and about how, sometimes, the only thing you can do is hold onto your people.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×04 Review: “Donde Vives”

Chicago P.D.’s 10×04 “Donde Vives” gives Benjamin Levy Aguilar a chance to shine, even as the show struggles to move on from Jay Halstead.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×04 Preview: “Donde Vives”

Chicago P.D. 10×04 “Donde Vives” is an episode about Dante Torres — and that makes the absence of Jay Halstead even worse.