It’s almost impressive how they sucked so much fun out of a great premise.
Ironic barbecues pair well with a post-rapture culture.
By firing a large portion of the cast.
The questions that still remain are many, but minor in relation to the brilliant, hopeful manner in which season one resolved.
Laurie speaks, Kevin cheats, and a deer wreaks (havoc) in the first season’s penultimate episode.
Sheriff Kevin Garvey is going full-on Fight Club, or at least that’s what last night’s episode of “The Leftovers” would like you to believe.
We’ll keep watching it, because it’s on HBO on Sundays, and that’s what really matters.
Prophetic hallucinations, a crazy old man on a rampage, and the May 1972 edition of National Geographic were at the center of last night’s The Leftovers. I still have no f*cking idea what this show is about.
Gunshot fetishes, Slayer’s “Angel of Death,” and a brilliant performance from Carrie Coon highlighted an incredibly strong episode of The Leftovers this week.
Heavy-handed metaphors were ripe for the picking in last night’s Christmas-themed episode of The Leftovers that was anything but Christmasy.
By Jared Jones HBO’s The Leftovers is a pretty damn good show, and you should probably be watching it if you aren’t already. We’ll be doing weekly recaps of the…
What happens after the Rapture?
Do Sundays in HBO-Land last for 30 hours or something? Cause they sure seem to be ordering a lot of shows.