Articles for Stalker Season 1

CBS has announced its 2014-2015 primetime schedule, and four dramas will be joining the fall lineup, with two others being held for the midseason. CBS has decided to slot Madam Secretary in before The Good Wife on Sundays, pair NCIS: New Orleans with NCIS on Tuesdays with NCIS: Los Angeles moving to Monday, pair Stalker with Criminal Minds to make for a two-hour block that will make you double check that your windows and doors are locked. CBS will also get rid of the four-comedies block on Mondays and air Scorpion at 9pm. Read more »
CBS, the most stable network on TV, announced its 2014-2015 schedule on Wednesday and it features some rather big changes. Due to the arrival of Thursday Night Football, The Big Bang Theory will return to Mondays briefly in an attempt to rebuild the night.  Read more »
CBS has set its premiere dates for Fall 2014, and as usual, the vast majority of the network‘s shows will debut in the final week of September. There are some big changes, however, including the arrival of Thursday Night Football (pushing the regular lineup to the end of October), temporarily moving The Big Bang Theory back to Mondays, and airing two big summer finales during premiere week.  Read more »
Another batch of actors have been slated to grace fall TV.  Read on to find out which shows are gearing up for a bigger cast.  Read more »
Kevin Williamson‘s new CBS series Stalker isn‘t getting much love from the critics, even BuddyTV ranked it as the worst new show, and I have to question why. The subject matter is no secret given the title, but if the statistics cited at the beginning of the premiere episode are accurate (six million people stalked each year), that certainly warrants some attention. While Fatal Attraction may immediately come to mind, the perpetrators are driven by may reasons: revenge, envy and rejection to name a few. It can be due to a break up or "delusional fixations pushed to extremes."  CBS‘ Stalker is no more disturbing than FOX‘s The Following and both stay true to their creator‘s artistic vision-to scare the crap out of viewers. For those who don‘t have a yen to watch grisly violence, I‘d suggest sticking to Williamson‘s sexy and sedate teen sensation The Vampire Diaries. Read more »

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