Olivia Colman in ‘Landscapers,’ Spectrum’s ‘Joe Pickett,’ ‘9-1-1’ and ‘Big

master mentalism tricks

Olivia Colman and David Thewlis star in HBO’s offbeat true-crime drama Landscapers as an unassuming couple with a dark secret. C.J. Box’s contemporary Western mysteries featuring game warden Joe Pickett becomes a series starring For All Mankind’s Michael Dorman. Fox’s 9-1-1 goes on hiatus with a Christmas episode, while The Big Leap takes a final bow. NCIS Hawai’i marks the 80th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack with a cold case.

'Landscapers,' HBO Limited Series, Olivia Colman as Susan, David Thewlis as Christopher

Stefania Rosini/HBO


A most unusual true-crime drama stars the sublime Olivia Colman and the endearingly forlorn David Thewlis as Susan and Chris Edwards, an unassuming British couple who have long harbored a dark secret. (The title is a pun referring to the fact that her dreadful parents have been buried in their backyard for 15 years.) As the Edwards are forced to face the music, Susan retreats into a fantasy world reflecting her obsession with vintage Gary Cooper movies. Likewise, Landscapers repeatedly shifts from color to black-and-white, breaking the fourth wall and otherwise plunging into a world of stylized artifice as the police and media demonize the couple. (See the full review.)

Landscapers - HBO Joe Pickett on Spectrum


Joe Pickett

The Wyoming game-warden hero of C.J. Box’s (Big Sky) best-selling contemporary Western mysteries is brought to life by For All Mankind’s likably laconic Michael Dorman, whose understated style is perfect for this soft-spoken character who’s too easily underestimated. He’s an appealing underdog who keeps being urged to “learn how to bend,” but that’s not his way. Especially when a poacher is found dead outside his home in a woodpile, and he fears for his family’s safety.

Joe Pickett - Spectrum Originals Ryan Guzman 9-1-1

Jack Zeman/FOX


It’s not easy to have yourself a merry little Christmas when emergencies keep happening on Christmas Eve. In the midseason finale, there’s no rest or much revelry for the 118 crew, and Eddie (Ryan Guzman) is further distracted by his son Christopher (Gavin McHugh), who needs additional emotional support during the holidays.

Scott Foley as Nick in The Big Leap

Jean Whiteside/FOX

The Big Leap

Will this compellingly soapy melodrama about second chances get one of its own with a renewal? We may not know for a while, so for now fans can savor the season finale, where a blackout threatens the final performance of Swan Lake by the amateur dancers and reality-TV stars. Producer Nick (Scott Foley) is focused on convincing the network that the show-within-the-show is something special—something one can imagine The Big Leap’s own producers are engaged in at Fox HQ.

The Big Leap - FOX Vanessa Lachey Headshot

Courtesy Vanessa Lachey

NCIS: Hawai’i

Marking the 80th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, the crime drama tackles a poignant cold case involving WWII-era bones. The team is shocked when they discover the bones belong to a 100-year-old survivor of the attack.

NCIS: Hawai'i - CBS

Inside Monday TV:

  • A Very Boy Band Holiday (8/7c, ABC): They’re no longer boys, but they’ve still got the goods, when members of iconic boy bands *NSYNC (Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass), Boyz II Men (Wanya Morris, Shawn Stockman), New Edition (Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins), NKOTB (Joey McIntyre), O-Town (Erik-Michael Estrada) and 90 Degrees (Nick and Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre) gather for a musical holiday special.
  • Secretly Santa (8/7c, Lifetime): The holiday movie du jour tells the story of business rivals who find common romantic ground after an anonymous meet-cute during a costumed Santa crawl.
  • Bob Hearts Abishola (8:30/7:30c, CBS): From the no-good-deed-goes-unpunished department, Bob (Billy Gardell) regrets his gesture of flying his bride Abishola’s (Folake Olowofoyeku) son and mother in from Nigeria as a surprise when mother-in-law Ebun (Saidah Arrika Ekulona) keeping cutting Bob’s business acumen down.
  • Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City (10/9c, NBC): The crooner celebrates the 10th anniversary of his popular “Christmas” album with a musical special featuring Leon Bridges, Camila Cabello, Jimmy Fallon, Kermit the Frog and Ted Lasso’s Emmy-winning Hannah Waddingham, a musical-theater veteran who demonstrated her pipes during the show’s own Christmas episode (which aired in August).
  • Under the Vines (streaming on Acorn TV): A six-episode romantic dramedy from New Zealand brings together a socialite from Sydney (Rebecca Gibney) and a grouchy UK lawyer (Charles Edwards) when each inherits half of a failing vineyard in rural New Zealand. We’ll drink to that.
  • Voir (streaming on Netflix): A six-part series of video essays explores our personal connection with capital-c Cinema and why movies loom so large in our lives.

Read The Full Article Here

trick photography
Kaley Cuoco Says She Staged Her Own ‘Intervention’ During Karl
Anne Heche in “Stable Condition” After Being Injured in Fiery
To Repay Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Sold Her Home For
Porn Stars Sue OnlyFans After Being Added To Terror Watchlist
Twenty years on, Devdas is still a perfect Bollywood introduction
Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip fans call for
A friendship ends with severed fingers in The Banshees of
Hard Cell fans left ‘in tears’ over Catherine Tate finale
Patina Miller and MeKai Curtis Talk Power Book III: Raising
Full Episodes of Woolly and Tig : Woolly And Tig
Carlton Cuse on Five Days at Memorial, Showing the Devastation
Dark Season 3 | Official Trailer
11 Songs You Should Listen to Now: This Week’s Pitchfork
Adult Swim sets Rick and Morty Season 6 premiere date,
Stevie Nicks Announces 2022 U
Zack de la Rocha Injury Forces Rage Against the Machine
Celebrating 7 Books By David McCullough
Susan Lax and Rabbi Steve Leder on Opening Your Soul
Abortion Misinformation within Oklahoma City’s Metro Library
Interview with Olivia Sinclair, Author of Acceptable Limits
What *Not* to Wear to a Wedding
These Foundation Brushes Are Like FaceTune For Your Skin
Tower 28 Beauty Drops New Makeup
5 Honest Reviews of Hill House’s Viral Swimwear
They/Them (2022)
Top 10 Best Horror Movies Based on True Stories |
‘Seire’ is a Frightening, Hallucinatory Ghost Story [Fantasia 2022 Review]
Escape from a House of Horror l 20/20 l PART