Two weeks doesn't seem like a long time for the winter finale, but it is the winter hiatus wait that is going to be a killer.
December 3 should have ideally aired episode 10 of this ongoing season 17 of 'NCIS', titled 'The North Pole'. Instead, CBS aired a rerun of season 16, episode 17.
'The Magicians' returns January 15th, to a world with 'too much magic' and a Dark King in charge of Fillory
There was thrill, tension, drama, wholesome moments, hilarious comedy and more in Olsen's first-ever script and for that fans can't stop gushing about a job well done.
While some fans were able to draw a parallel with 'Criminal Minds' and 'James Bond', others felt the graphic detail was unnecessary and they could have done without it.
Be it ‘Modern Family’, ‘Sex Education’, ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’, or even ‘NCIS: New Orleans’, well-written LGBTQIA+ characters in shows, without a hint of cliche or tokenism, are aplenty. But what is still missing from the mainstream is shows that revolve around queerness.
Procedurals follow the trope of one-case-at-a-time and seldom dive into overarching narratives. And for the most part, it works. But every now and then, one does crave a more complicated story that, at least, runs parallel to the usual episodic hustle
At the end of the episode, the NCIS team and Barrett and his cult were at a standoff. With everyone armed to the teeth, this situation would require careful and calm handling. But is Pride up to the task really?
Eddie Barrett, who allegedly killed Lasalle, is not the regular kind of dangerous. He fosters “lost children”, brainwashes them and makes them do his bidding -- in this case, killing others and even sacrificing their own lives
The journey to put LaSalle's murderer to justice keeps getting murkier with cults and drugs flooding in to confuse the team.
The deceased is a Petty Officer, whose murder was accidentally live-streamed on a gaming platform as he was killed while recording himself gaming.
As the NCIS team goes about trying to solve a live-streamed murder, what fans busied themselves in was the curious case of Jethro Gibbs mastering the art of texting with emojis.
Season 17 of 'NCIS' has focussed on Gibbs' personal life more than previous seasons. In earlier episodes, Gibbs had been guiding the boy, from teaching him to play baseball to helping him build a miniature volcano for a school science project
Once again, it is proven that our lord and savior Hetty was right in handing Eric the task of joining a startup and giving Callen the job of replacing her.
Sebastian, who was put on security detail, takes the abduction of the son of a Thai minister personally. But as evidence points to a gruesome murder, Sebastian puts everything in perspective to make sure they don't catch the wrong suspect
She, after all, had a history with domestic violence. When she spoke to Pride about the victim, Lisa, he immediately understood why she was going out of her way to help her -- he talked about Dr. Wade’s ex-husband Reginald, who was allegedly a violent man who used to hurt her
It takes the route of a twisted Indie thriller with this latest episode covering mommy issues, secret love affairs, and staged murder crimes - all for politics.
In tonight's episode, before ensuing investigation on the Navy musician's murder, Gibbs informs the team that he has a friend emergency at hand and must leave immediately.
in this episode, we come across the story of a band musician, Hannah, who was being stalked for a while before her bandmate mysteriously gets murdered.
A group of orphans gets stranded in Hope Valley for Christmas. Their caretakers lead Bill to investigate the circumstances of their arrival. Will they make it through and be just in time for Christmas?
It is one of those episodes, where Nell's brilliant skills in the field shine through without actually participating in the live action.
As of now, under Kensi's extremely difficult challenge, Deeks can't complain or just be annoying in general, for at least 20 days at a stretch. Talk about a mission impossible!
Reasonover teased that Ziva will need the entire team's help this time. "Ziva, Gibbs, [and] the whole team really and truly have to put this case front and center because if they don't, someone will die," she said. "She [Kasie] might try to impress Ziva a little bit"
They look at Lasalle’s empty desk and Tammy says, “It’s like missing a limb.” Hannah did not think twice before entering a building she knew was contaminated with flammable gas. We also see Tammy and Patton (Daryl Mitchell) refuse to evacuate City Hall -- a building they know is about to explode
Hannah almost gets in the way of a bomb blast. Tammy and Patton refuse to evacuate a building they know might explode. The NCIS team seems to have become a magnet for near-death experiences
Fans shared their sentiments on social media about how they are still trying to cope in the absence of a character who has impressed and thrilled us for six strong seasons now.
Who knew Nick dating an older woman whose very hot and adult son started hitting on Ellie was going to be all it took for the two NCIS dorks to realize their potential as a couple!
Through it all, it is Deeks and Kensi acting as the spotlight with their quick wit and impeccable humor amidst all the subtle bickering back and forth
In a chat with MEAWW, Blake spoke of working as a female director in television and credits 'Charmed' showrunners for their ambition for the show, as well as Jennie Urman's production company for its inclusive environment
Lasalle's alleged murderer Barrett said, “This isn’t how this ends.” And perhaps it shouldn’t because there are many, many things about the mystery surrounding Cade’s death that remain unanswered
When Lasalle went to search Dolan’s home, he runs into his alleged girlfriend Sue Anne, who leads him to a cabin in the middle of the woods. While Lasalle and Sue Anne were examining the cabin, an unknown man in the dark arrived and shot at both of them, leaving them injured. Lasalle didn't make it
Some of the actors from Disney's original are still making headlines in Hollywood but others stayed away from the limelight. Read on to know all about the High School stars and what they are up to now!
In the most poetic send-off, we see LaSalle succumb to his wounds which he acquired while on duty, trying to save a friend's girlfriend and taking the bullets himself.
Fans were clinging on to the hope that maybe 'NCIS: New Orleans' would stray from killing off a character as significant as him, but sometimes, that's exactly what the show calls for to keep the plot intense and gripping.
It's a sad day for Ellick fans - the moniker standing for the ship name Ellie and Nick which has managed to reign the prospective couple goals sphere for quite a while now.
When a former prison inmate is mysteriously murdered with a shiv, a fellow previously incarcerated man is held as a suspect just because the two had a beef in the past
According to Diona Reasonover, "people have really responded" well to her playing a young, black woman scientist on a popular show like NCIS
It's almost as if there can't be an American TV show featuring our friends from across the Atlantic without trying to have a go at their impeccable accents.
While we can't really complain considering the show did give us a Halloween episode last week, it's still unwelcome that 'Evil' would choose to take its break on Halloween night!
Instead of the designated episode, 'NCIS' decided to air Episode 6 titled 'She' from its previous Season 16 — something that leads us to believe that we might see Ziva soon!
Tuesday, October 29 was supposed to be the air date for episode 6, titled 'Matthew 5:9', but instead it went with an older episode from the previous season.
Instead of airing the designated sixth episode of the season, NCIS aired its sixth episode from the previous season 16, titled 'She'.
Matthew 5:9 states: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God.” Here, the word "peacemakers" is often believed to not refer to just pacifists but also to those who bring an end to conflicts through the necessary means, hinting at Lasalle finally finding peace
Trying to get a hold of a missing artwork priced at $40 million, the NCIS team set up a sting where Kensi pretends to be an art collector interested in lowkey, off-market art.
An inconsolable Lasalle has since been on a hunt to find his brother’s killers. Despite clues, however, he keeps hitting dead ends. A grief-stricken and now helpless Lasalle may end up doing something that would not just jeopardize the case, but also harm others in the way
The case dealing with counterfeit opioids from Canada in season 16's finale required Leroy Gibbs to confront his personal demons and this will be explored further in season 17 potentially to show Gibbs' personal and emotional growth
Tammy and Sebastian’s faith in true love was restored after they prevented Russian spies from acquiring secret military technology
Fate only had Lasalle meet dead ends, over and over. The episode ended with Pride promising Lasalle they were in this together and that he would not let his brother’s murder go unsolved
While tonight's episode sees a Russian spy as an almost antagonist, last week's case was that of an ICE detention center that secretly dabbled in human trafficking.
Maybe fans didn't expect Gibbs to react the way he did, or maybe it was Mark Harmon's excellent portrayal, but it won us all over