Episode 2 is here. This week Mariela and I talk about upfronts, The Voice semifinals and the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy.
Episode one of IWatch2Much is HERE!!!!!! Very excited for you guys to check it out with guest Crystal Marie. We discuss the latest episode of Underground and Jane The Virgin. We also chat about a little bit of TV news and what we loved on TV this week.
FOX released a first look at the 2nd season of their hit show, Empire. Season 2 premieres September 23 at 9/8c.
I think I might have to binge watch this series in preparation for the new miniseries coming.
The truth is out there, and it’s that this isn’t a reboot. Mulder, Scully and presumably the whole gang of whatever it was invading Earth are returning to television for the first time in 14 years (we’re going to pretend that I Want To Believe didn’t happen) for The X-Files, a miniseries continuation of the Fox series that ran from 1993-2002.
To prime the pump in advance of the miniseries’ 2016 premiere, Fox aired a teaser during tonight’s episode of Wayward Pines, itself a show gunning heavily to carve out a slice of the same cultural space the X-Files did back in the Clinton years. Featuring the first glimpse ever of what we’ll see next year, that footage now is online:
Featuring the return of David Duchovny as…
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Call it Emmy season justice. After being overlooked for two seasons by TV Academy voters, Canadian thesp Tatiana Maslany finally notched an Emmy lead drama actress nomination for her turn as various clones on the dystopian future BBC America show Orphan Black. Prior to today, award pundits as well as TV Academy members continually smacked their foreheads over Maslany being left out of the race.
Maslany faces off this season in the category against Viola Davis (How To Get Away With Murder), Taraji P. Henson (Empire), Claire Danes (Homeland), Robin Wright (House of Cards) and Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men). In the last year, she has logged a TV drama actress nod at both the Golden Globes and SAG. The Critics Choice TV Awards have been ahead of the curve, giving her back-to-back best actress trophies in 2013 and 2014.
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Sooooo many snubs but there were some good ones as well.
I mean this was already a done deal. FX would be crazy to not stay in the Kurt Sutter business. Can’t wait to see this.