Here’s a disclaimer: Even if Zoo were the worst television series of the year, I would still watch every single episode. It’s an entrant in the ever-growing apocalyptic genre, a dramatic series that hinges on conniving lions and murderous kittens. 616 more words
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James Wolk has left Mad Men behind in the most definitive way possible.
The actor, known for playing a mendacious adman on the recently-concluded drama, has put aside the period outfits and the office politics in favor of saving the world. 878 more words
A walk in the park, it’s not.
Zoo, a new TV event series debuting Tuesday, is based on the idea that animals are fed up with us humans controlling them. 676 more words
“You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows,” Bob Dylan sang. But these days, a guide through the seemingly endless flurry of pop culture offerings is just what we need. 742 more words
CBS’ idea of summer escapism has an interesting bent toward, as they put it in “Zoo,” a “possible extinction event.” So in the we-all-might-die spirit of “Extant” comes this rather frenetic new drama adapted from James Patterson’s thriller about animal attacks suddenly sprouting up across the globe. 390 more words
CBS’s drama Zoo premieres tomorrow, and there’s a lot to talk about. There’s its different premise, involving animals turning on humans like we’re a great big buffet. 823 more words
Lions and … Well, you can just stop there. Lions – Oh, my!
The king of the jungle – or, more appropriately, the savannah – wants to chomp on some humans in this exclusive video clip from the new CBS drama series, … 199 more words