Articles by Kevin Yeoman
Despite being sold as an edgy comedy, Blunt Talk proves itself to be more interested in compassion than anything else.
The season 3 premiere of The Blacklist presents a more propulsive kind of show, one that puts its central premise to better use.
Comedy Central’s brilliant and brutal Review ends season 2 in its own ruthlessly comical and insanely devoted way.
Forget about the plodding revenge plot, The Bastard Executioner is more fun when it focuses on the machinations of Stephen Moyer’s standout character.
Rob Lowe and Fred Savage make a smarmy main character shine in FOX’s charming and funny new comedy, The Grinder.
In a new two-part trailer for The X-Files revival, Mulder pulls Scully back into a dangerous game, with some surprising people taking notice.
As Fear the Walking Dead nears the end of season 1, the series’ mindset becomes evident in the midst of a society breaking down.
Masters of Sex ends a season marked by increasingly dubious choices with a series of equally questionable decisions in ‘Full Ten Count.’
ABC premieres the twisty terrorist thriller Quantico, which remains likeable despite its overstuffed plot and formulaic characters.
NBC’s The Player premieres with a more outlandish premise that it really needs, but also just enough charm and action to get away with it.
Limitless, the newest weekly procedural to premiere on CBS takes the boundless concept of the film and fits it within a familiar constraint.
While issues of pacing and low energy remain, The Bastard Executioner makes an effort to better define one of its characters in ‘Effigy/Delw.’
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.’