Happiness is a Warm TV blog
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 24, 2014
Constantine (10 p.m., NBC) - The premiere of a new series in which a seasoned demon hunter ( Matt Ryan) gets pulled back into battling hellish creatures to help the daughter of an old friend. If he succeeds, he may save his own damned soul. Harold Perrineau (“Lost”) plays his guardian angel. Adrienne reviewed this and found it lacking. The pilot, she said, doesn’t tell us enough about John Constantine to make us invest in his story. You can read her capsule review of “Constantine” here.
Also on tonight . . .
Grimm (9 p.m., NBC) - In the Season 4 premiere, Nick adjusts to the loss of his Grimm powers and tries to figure out how to deal with Trubel. Meanwhile, a new group of Wesen come to Portland and steal people’s memories, and Capt. Renard fights for his life. Finally, Adalind’s desperation to find her child lands her in Prince Viktor’s clutches.
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 23, 2014
Will Kini go down as the biggest choke in the history of “Project Runway,” or will The Flash of Sewing salvage his “old lady” line in time to win at New York Fashion Week?
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 22, 2014
Emma Roberts joins the FX horror show as a fortuneteller who captivates young Jimmy.
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 21, 2014
The latest in this excellent sports documentary series revisits the New York Knicks’ glory years of 1970-73, which featured three NBA Finals and two titles.
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 20, 2014
“Private Violence,” a documentary by Durham filmmaker Cynthia Hill, makes its HBO debut Monday night at 9.
Posted by Brooke Cain on October 19, 2014
In “The Good Wife,” Alicia and Dean face familiar foes in fan favorite Elsbeth Tascioni and no-nonsense Rayna Hecht when they represent a fired female CEO in a sex discrimination suit.