Three decades, three women, one house. WHY WOMEN KILL is a dark comedy created by Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives, Devious Maids) detailing the lives of three women – a housewife in the 60s, a socialite in the 80s, and a lawyer in 2019. They deal with infidelity in their marriage. The series looks into how roles of women have changed, but their reaction to betrayal has not. WHY WOMEN KILL stars Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste alongside Jack Davenport, Sam Jaeger, Reid Scott, Alexandra Daddario, and Sadie Calvano. It premieres on CBS All Access on August 15.
With a trio of high quality films (Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6) in the last few years, Disney’s animation studio has been on a roll. Zootopia takes their game to the next level – equal to Pixar’s best level.
Set in a world where humanity never existed – and mammals evolved past their predator/prey relationship – Zootopia takes place in a world of anthropomorphized animals. The titular city, from afar, brings to mind a multi-colored city of OZ – or maybe Wayne Boring’s Kryptonopolis from the fifties’ Superman comics – it is an exquisite sight.
The hero’s Camelot quest culminates with an impossible decision Emma must make with consequences she amy never be able to come back from, and in Dunbrouch, Merida teams up with Mulan and Ruby on a very personal mission, in a special two-hour “Once Upon a Time,” starting at 8/7c, Sunday, November 15 on ABC.
In Camelot, Merlin spearheads a mission to reunite the dagger with Excalibur so he can use the weapon to save Emma from the darkness threatening her soul. With Zelena in tow, Hook, Mary Margaret, David, Regina and Robin steal into Arthur’s castle to take the broken sword from the maniacal king.
Merida’s (Amy Manson) courage is tested as her brother’s lives hang in the balance and Belle’s (Emilie de Ravin) fate is left up to Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET).
Merlin get’s his heart broken, get’s turned into a tree then get’s released. Henry plans a date, get’s his heart broken, saves the day two more times then get’s his heart broken again. Merida tries to find proper motivation to whip Rumple into shape, Regina witnesses more than one heartbreak and has a heart-to-heart with Miss Swan. It’s a rollercoaster of a ride and even though the episode is named “Dreamcatcher” i think a more appropriate title is “Heartbreaker” because there are plenty to go around.