Articles by Kevin Yeoman
Steven Spielberg’s 2002 sci-fi blockbuster Minority Report gets the television adaptation treatment on FOX, and the results are uninspired.
NBC’s newest series starring Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton offers plenty of mystery, but little else beyond the superficial intrigue.
The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards gave out television’s top honors. Find out if your favorites went home a winner.
Questions are raised when the Doctor is reunited with Clara and some characters thought dead in the season 9 premiere: ‘The Magician’s Apprentice.’
Who should win and who will win, at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards? Screen Rant takes a swing at predicting the winners.
Fear the Walking Dead continues to offer its characters small glimpses of the apocalypse in increasingly effective fashion in ‘The Dog.’
Blunt Talk goes outside the studio to bring Walter’s personal life inside, in the uneven episode: ‘A Beaver That’s Lost its Mind.’
Under the Dome brings the strange four-week saga of Chester’s Mill to a close in the series finale: ‘The Enemy Within.’
Making its bow on Netflix after being canceled by A&E, Longmire wastes no time in getting back to business as usual.
As You’re the Worst begins its second season, the show continues to find success in making unlikeable people fun and watchable.
Get your DVR’s ready,as Screen Rant presents the list of new and returning shows for the fall 2015 television season.
In its season 1 finale, Narcos briefly switches up the format, resulting in a dramatic episode that makes good use of its cast.
Mr. Robot brings season 1 to a close by going big with its real-world references and keeping things appropriately unbalanced.
Fear the Walking Dead continues to chronicle the end of the world at a snail’s pace, making the smaller details seem huge in ‘So Close, Yet So Far.’
Hannibal tentatively brings the series to an ambiguous conclusion by finally letting its two main characters take the plunge in ‘The Wrath of the Lamb.’