In the series finale Nate (Timothy Hutton) is approached by his son’s former physician who needs his help to save another patient in danger of dying of the same condition of that killed Nate’s son. To retrieve the drug the company refuses to release means breaking into a facility with government level security given the building also houses a federal law enforcement Intenet hub server housing backup files for the FBI, CIA, DEA, and Interpol.
For three years we’ve seen former psychic and con man Thomas Jane (Simon Baker) help the California Bureau of Investigation solve crimes while hunting down the serial killer responsible for the death of his wife and daughter. The Third Season two-part finale finally brought the pair face-to-face. Caution, spoilers follow.
Season One of Covert Affairs is done. The season finale “When the Levee Breaks” tied-up a few loose ends, including the Anne/Ben relationship (hopefully for good). I liked this first season, especially the episodes that didn’t get hijacked by Anne’s lost love, and am happy it got renewed for a second season beginning next summer. Take a look at the finale below with a few more of my thoughts (*SPOILERS* included) after the jump.
The end is near as the current TV season makes way for summer programming and endless reruns. While we can’t keep track of everything fading into black, we will try to help you out with a few choice season finales. In terms of wrapping up current storylines and teasing what’s in store for our characters in the Fall, it’s hard to beat Chuck.
Chuck gave us a pair of episodes for a season finale. Part one “Chuck Versus the Subway” deals with the return of Shaw (Brandon Routh) and in “Chuck Versus the Ring, Part 2” (which you can find after the jump) Chuck and his team are on the run with a desperate plan to stop The Ring’s takeover of the both the CIA and NSA (plus there’s Jeffster’s music video for Bon Jovi’s “Blaze of Glory”). I’ll agree with our pal Fork, I’m pretty damn happy with this past season and can’t wait for the show to return with new episodes in the Fall.
The end is near as the current TV season makes way for summer programming and endless reruns. While we can’t keep track of everything fading into black, we will try to help you out with a few choice season finales. Change seems to be in the air for Bones.
Change is the theme of “The Beginning in the End,” but it appears to be the kind of change that should be dealt with in an episode or two after the summer hiatus. All the major characters go their separate ways, but knowing the show will be back in the Fall I’d suspect more murder, lab antics, and hot ‘n cold Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones (Emily Deschanel) action next season.
The end is near as the current TV season makes way for summer programming and endless reruns. While we can’t keep track of everything fading into black, we will try to help you out with a few choice season finales. We’ll start with Castle.
Castle’s “A Deadly Game” provides another slightly off-beat mystery of the week while toying with us over the possibility of Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle’s (Nathan Fillion) relationship moving to another level. I’m slightly disappointed, though not surprised, in the episode’s epilogue, but it does give you that shot in the gut to bring back viewers for another year.