The holiday season is upon us, and that means our TV schedule is slimming out a bit. Most of our shows had Thanksgiving week off, but there's still plenty to talk about. American Horror Story tried to brave the holiday week and paid for it, while Once Upon A Time got a big rebound and Revolution stopped falling. And you can probably guess how The Walking Dead did.
It looks a lot like war this week as the midseason and winter finales bring us The Walking Dead headed for a big battle, Revolution's much awaited for clash, and Once Upon a Time embracing the good vs. evil of it all.
We're very near the holiday break now, and some shows are already leaving us, but there's still plenty to talk about in TV. The Big Bang Theory once again set a record, dominating the whole week, while The Walking Dead slumped but still stayed on top, and Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue got some unwelcome news.
Ever since the early days of Heroes and Lost, the big networks have been trying to find another mainstream sci-fi hit. Well, the wait is over, because NBC seems to have struck gold with electricity-free series Revolution. But how did producer J.J. Abrams get the network to bite on the high concept drama?
It's the depths of the November sweeps, so we'll get a mid-season finale for Grimm, the show that premiered first this fall, and we'll discover who Bloody Face really is on American Horror Story.
NBC struck mainstream sci-fi gold with Revolution, and the series continues to divvy out the big questions and big answers just mid-way through the first season. The latest? Get ready to meet the only man who scares Miles (Billy Burke).
Bad news Revolution fans! The NBC "hit" show is headed for an almost four month hiatus. The news came in a NBC press release that laid out the network's 2013 midseason schedule which includes the addition of three non-genre shows.
Why did the lights go out on NBC's Revolution? During a conference call with journalists, Revolution's creator and executive producer Eric Kripke talked about his new show and actually may have spilled the beans on what the sci-fi show's big secret is. Or did he?
Passions flare on The Vampire Diaries as Elena begins to embrace her vampire nature. Meanwhile, Charlie's virtue is at stake on Revolution and Cat gets an offer to exchange info on her mother's murder for Vincent.
The North America we know and love has ceased to exist. Or at least that's the case in NBC's Revolution. The series, which takes place 15 years after a global blackout, is part of a different world. And we've got a closer look at it.