This week on "Criminal Minds," a family is found murdered at their dining room table, and the team tracks down other family members to uncover secrets that may have led to it.
It's April, and yet Christmas music is blaring at Frank and Donna's house. The family is all gathered at the dining room, and they're all tied to their chairs. Donna appears to have been strangled, while Frank and their children Lance and Jenna have been shot.
While the BAU investigate the crime scene, they find another man in the house and he's covered in blood. His name is Ezra, and he's Lance's boyfriend. Ezra said that the celebration was for Donna's birthday. He said that Frank always hated it that his son was gay, so when he and Lance started fighting, Ezra said that he went up as he had too much to drink and passed out. Rossi doesn't think that Ezra could have done it because the crime scene was too elaborate to be set up by someone who was too drunk. more >>
Failure is apparently not included in Ragnar's (Travis Fimmel) vocabulary. Though the last episode of the hit historical TV drama series "Vikings" saw the demise of many swordsmen and shieldmaidens, the brave King of Denmark has become even more determined to conquer the fabled walled city of Paris.
Followers of the show were able to see the first defeat of the Nordic warriors as they were burned, impaled, shot, and hacked by the equally fierce French soldiers. But the celebration for the successful defense of the city won't last long.
A synopsis for the episode titled "Breaking Point" was posted by History Channel and it indicates that the brave Vikings will commence on their second wave of assault on Paris. more >>
The American crime-drama television series is coming back soon. Developed by Bruno Heller, "Gotham" gives the origin stories of James Gordon and several of the Batman villains.
Former "Heroes" actor Milo Ventimiglia stars as Jason Lennon or Ogre the serial killer whose case will land on the desk of Detective Gordon. more >>
The "Games of Thrones" Season 5 premiere, "Wars To Come," disappointed some fans looking for more action, but four unaired episodes of the series leaked on piracy sites a full day ahead of the season premiere, and that piqued the interest of many viewers.
The HBO series is based on George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" book, but writers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff were still able to inject a few storylines not included in the books. In the past, "Game of Thrones uses its season premiere to shape the entire season. In the season-five premiere, although nothing major happened, some of the scenes give an idea of what season five will be.
Here are some of the key scenes in the season premiere: more >>
Now that the trailer for the "Orange Is the New Black" is out, fans can expect the better, feistier, and stronger series as the ladies from the Litchfield Penitentiary are bolder than ever. The Netflix original series will once again feature compelling scenes riddled with wit and humor.
The award-winning series, now its third season, will follow through Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren's (Uzo Aduba) alien and human encounter that turns out to be something "sexual."
But Crazy Eyes was quick to say, "It's not just sex. It's love. It's two people connecting with four other people and aliens." more >>
Things are definitely getting more intense and exciting as the second season of the hit crime fighting TV drama series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." continues on this week with a brand new episode titled "Melinda."
And just as the title suggests, spoiler reports indicated that this segment will unravel the story of agent Melinda May's (Ming-Na Wen) transformation into "The Cavalry" when she finds herself torn in the war between Coulson (Clark Gregg) and Gonzales (Edward James Olmos), the two leaders who claimed to handle the "right" S.H.I.E.L.D. agency.
Fans will finally be able to take a deeper glimpse on Wen's interesting agent character as she has been seen at odds with Coulson's decision regarding Skye's (Chloe Bennett) newly-found Inhuman powers. more >>