Terrie
NCIS Season 12 Episode 9 Review: Grounded

Well done episode.......I was beginning to think it was going to be a two parter...........Hey Doug.....is NCIS done for this year???? Jake was an excellent addition and I think we'll see him more. Palmer was a bit unnerving....but that's his character....always has been......... I would have loved it if they had Gibbs do a snow angel.......................

Terrie
NCIS Season 12 Episode 9 Review: Grounded

Did you not watch? It was at an airport! Tony was there to pick up his father and just happened to bump into Bishop and her husband who were there because they were going somewhere for Thanksgiving...............

Terrie

There is absolutely NOTHING to back up your claim that Julianna exhibited "unprofessional ridiculousness" or that she "refuses" to do scenes with Archie..................the writers took it in that direction when Alicia found out Kalinda had slept with Peter..............Could YOU have a relationship with a woman you knew had slept with your husband?!?!!?!?!?!

Terrie
The Walking Dead Round Table: Who Will Die?

I stand by my assessment I wrote on the review page.........this was just really a filler to set up for the mid season finale next week...........As to who will die, my money is on Carol or Beth...........Talking Dead is promising a surprise guest so we all know that means somebody is..........and since Beth was just on a couple weeks ago I'm not so sure about her but you just don't know with this show........................hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Terrie

Yep she did that with her ex that came back to town...........I wonder why that never came back to bite her in the ass............

Terrie

I don't think Eugene has turned.......Maggie ran to him at the end of the episode and she would have killed him right away if that were the case........

Terrie

Snap out of it dude and get back to reality..............

Terrie

That would be better than Kalinda being killed off...............and yes, it is crazy......you could see the fear in Kalinda's eyes last night..............

Terrie

Emily Kenney was just on Talking Dead a couple weeks ago so I doubt they'd have her again so soon--even if her character died....

Terrie

Deadline reports: EXCLUSIVE: The freshman season of NBC drama Constantine will consist of 13 episodes. The cast and crew of the series were informed on Friday that the series will halt production after completing production on the initial 13-episode order. Constantine will remain in its 10 PM Friday time slot for the remainder of its run. While NBC recently made a similar decision on freshmen comedy series Bad Judge and A to Z, I hear the circumstances are different. While Bad Judge and A to Z had been de facto cancelled,Constantine remains in contention for a second-season renewal. NBC had to make a decision whether to keep Constantine in continuous production with little ratings information. While the series began production on a standard fall premiere production schedule, its launch was delayed until late October when NBC’s Friday genre block usually debuts, so the network had to make a call whether to order additional episodes after only four episodes had aired vs. at least seven, which is the norm for freshman series. Constantine, executive produced by Daniel Cerone and David Goyer, has not been a breakout the way fellow NBC Friday genre drama Grimm was in its debut. But NBC brass were probably encouraged by the freshman’s +38% week-to-week ratings jump for Episode 5 this Friday — after the to a 1.1 among adults 18-49 in Live+Same day, the show’s highest mark since the series debut, and by its best retention of the Grimm lead-in, also since the series debut. Additionally, Constantine,based on the DC property, has strong fan base because of its comic origins and has seen big DVR lifts, most recently rising +81% in Live+3 for Episode 4, regarded by fans as a possible creative turning point in the series. NBC has been supportive of the show, running a marathon of episodes on cable sibling Syfy this weekend and slating Constantine cast members to appear on the network’s broadcast of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade next week. It is not clear what NBC will air in the Friday 10 PM time period after Constantine’s run is over, though previous slot occupant Hannibal, which has been renewed for a third season, is considered a strong possibility. NBC has three new drama series on tap for midseason, Allegiance, Odyssey, Aquarius, as well as miniseries The Slap. Constantine was one of three DC-themed new dramas this fall. The other two, Gotham on Fox andThe Flash on the CW, both earning full-season orders. So far this season, NBC has given a full-season pickup to procedural drama The Mysteries of Lauraand a partial one to comedy Marry Me.