Political thriller Roadkill wraps up with a rushed, messy finale that sees Peter Laurence triumph, despite the best efforts of lawyers, journalists, and even some members of his own family and staff, because lol nothing matters.
The CW, a network that is best known for its superhero series based on DC comic book properties and teen-focused dramas like Riverdale, is working on a new anthology series based on the works of none other than Jane Austen.
Roadkillis a series that’s comprised of just four episodes, the sort of short length that makes you think that it has to be a show that knows what sort of story it’s telling and what its ultimate endgame is. But three-fourths of the way through the thing, it’s really hard to feel even remotely confident that it does.
In this week's installment of The Trouble with Maggie Cole,pub landlord Brian reveals why he's actually in hiding and Alex becomes more desperate than ever to find his hidden fortune. Maggie and Becka have a rare bonding moment while Peter discovers the ulterior motives of his supposedly supportive secretary, Karen.