According To Chrisley (USA)


According To Chrisley (USA) – Premieres 12th September

Chat show hosted by Todd Chrisley, a man brought to fame by the reality show Chrisley Knows Best, chats to his one guests after going through a few drawn out segments where he offers advice to the audience, pranks one of his family members and chats to them about what has just gone on.

It’s pretty much a low budget version of Kocktails With Khloé, where someone with no apparent skills in presenting, hosts a programme by awkwardly bumbling their way through something that shouldn’t be near.

It is awful.



The Sinner (USA)


The Sinner (USA) – Premieres 2nd August

A mystery thriller centered on Cora, a married mother of one, who during a family trip to the beach performs an unprovoked attack where she stabs and kills a fellow beach goer.

As Cora instantly pleads guilty to what she did, the detective working on the case is perturbed that there’s no motive behind the attack. So as he begins to look into what happened he starts to find that what happened has more links to Coras past than what was originally thought.

The show is a slow burner, but drip feeds enough to keep the story going without ruining the mystery of it all. It’s a decent bit of viewing.


Big Star Little Star (USA)


Big Star Little Star (USA) – Premieres 31st May

A comedy game show hosted by Cat Deely, where three teams of a celebrity and their child go against each other, with the winner receiving $25k and the runners up $5k to put towards the charity of their choice.

In the show the teams go through 4 rounds of Mr & Mrs / That Awkward Game Show style multiple choice, lightly embarrassing family questions and a final round of charades where each round gives out increasing higher scores. Though the main focus of the show is to go through the answers allowing the kids reveal too much info in a kind of Little Big Shots style chat to get the laughs.

It’s pretty much a show playing on the kids say the funniest things premise, while being the lightest of light entertainment.


Inside The FBI: New York (USA)


Inside The FBI: New York (USA) – Premieres 27th April

A show that documents the agents that work in the New York FBI field office as they go about their business profiling possible terrorists and look into possible threats.

As they follow certain agents they reveal why they joined the FBI and how their role has changed since the 9/11 attacks, along with watching them as respond to incoming information.

It’s very similar to other law enforcement shows like Nightwatch, American Takedown, Keeping Canada Safe and the like. A programme where only if you have a proper interest in the subject it would appeal to you.


Shooter (USA)


Shooter (USA) – Starts 15th November – Renewed

Conspiracy thriller where an ex-marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger is contacted by his former commanding office and current secret service member to help with a threat on the presidents life.

He finds out that an Ukrainian sniper that he believed was dead is going to attempt the assassination during the next public out of the President, so is as asked to assess all possible locations that could be used and report back on the most likely place he’ll use.

While he was scouting locations the FBI pick up a local officer working on an Eastern European gang member sting that infringes on the ongoing threat. To placate the office they bring her in to go over all the recent emailed threats received where one is from Bob Lee.

At the Presidents public appearance, Bob Lee and family turn up hoping to witness an incident free procession only to realise his recommended vantage point is wrong, so heads off to the other location to stop the shooter only to find out that he is being set up.

It’s a solid ep that goes along at a decent pace and is an entertaining enough watch.


Eyewitness (USA)


Eyewitness (USA) – Starts 16th October – Cancelled

A US remake of the Norwegian series Øyevitne where two lads, one of which is the foster son of the local sheriff, are in a cabin getting it on after a hard day of filming motorbike tricks, they are rudely interrupted by a gang arriving to execute a chap in the boot of their car.

As the lads hide from the visitors, they witness the captive break free and kill his captors that includes an FBI agent who reveals himself to the fella before being offed. After the massacre one of the lads cracks the freshly liberated guy around the head so they manage to escape from the scene while thinking they killed him.

As the local police arrive at the crime scene they find the FBI already there who warn them off the case. This proves to be little hinderance as the sheriff digs into the case to find out that there is more that to crime scene than what the FBI let on, including that the guy who was to be killed managed to escape. And the escaped guy is now on a mission to find out who else was in the cabin that night to remove any threat of them identifying him.

It’s a watchable enough first ep with has the slow build feel of other Scandinavian dramas like The Killing and Those Who Kill.


Falling Waters (USA)


Falling Waters (USA) – Starts 13th October – Renewed

Three strangers – a trend spotter who believes that she had a baby taken from her, a cop with a vegetive wife who is working on a homicide case, and a fixer for a banking firm – begin to have lucid dreams about events in their life they don’t recollect. Things are explained when the trend spotter meets up with an Icelandic entrepreneur, who reveals that everyone is connected in a mass collective dream, and that some people have the ability access anywhere within that state.

Barring the very final scene it does little to explain why the ability to access the complete dreamscape would be useful, it instead concentrates on explaining the premise, which is like a mix between Sense8 and Inception.

Probably worth another watch just to find out what the hell is going on.