HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "No Me Gusta, Mami," the third season premiere of ABC's "Suburgatory," in which Tessa and George try to reconnect while Dahlia teaches accountants to twerk. Read More...
About a month ago, I wrote an article explaining why I thought Suburgatory was one of the best comedies on television. I made certain to point out the high points of the show as well as the few easily seen warts. Since that time, the show has had fits and more
Things took a somber turn in the one-hour season finale of " Suburgatory ." Change was in the air and Tessa was not taking it very well. After finding out Dalia had been sabotaging her relationship with Ryan so she could hook up with him -- at least until more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the season finale of ABC's "Suburgatory," in which Tessa reacts poorly to news of Dallas and George's plan to move in together. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/season-finale-review-suburgatory-apocaly more
My favorite thing about Suburgatory is their ability to creatively lampoon various aspects of the high school existence. However, I never imagined the creative team being able to do such an effective job with the college recruiting experience. It’s hard t more
Late in the run of its debut season, Suburgatory introduced the character of Eve as a love interest for George. There wasn’t a lot of chemistry between the characters, and the writing coupled with Alicia Silverstone’s performance made for some pretty roug more
Towards the tail end of season one, just when everyone had started to feel really good about Suburgatory, Emily Kapnek introduced Eve into our world as a love interest for George. After spending the majority of the year crafting this wonderful father-daug more
It's George's birthday and Dallas, Dalia, and Tess have taken him to a local Chinese restaurant to celebrate. Dalia gets him a trip to a 5-star bed & breakfast with horseback riding, hedge mazes, and a lighthouse tour, the last of which typically leading more