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Frequency Season 1 Episode 3 Review: “The Near-Far Problem”

It’s kind of funny to say this about a show that’s as unique and specific as Frequency, but the series already seems to be finding its weekly rhythm. There’s a couple of components that viewers can come to expect, such as Raimy and Frank’s dueling investigations and Raimy’s flashbacks to her previous life, but also room for surprises, such as the major one that tonight’s episode delivers by killing off Thomas Goff, whom Raimy was convinced was the Nightingale Killer. Looking back now on last week’s episode, which I praised for how it approached the serial-killer storyline, it was a little too early to reveal the identity of the season’s main villain, and while I wouldn’t say that I’m happy that Frequency walked back from making Goff the Nightingale Killer, I can be content with it because of how the show handled that red herring. READ MORE...

'Frequency' Recap: Raimy and Frank Try to Take Down Thomas Goff

On this episode of Frequency , "The Near Far Problem," the pressure is on Frank now that Raimy has no idea what happened to Thomas Goff. Frank tries to balance his parental responsibilities with work but falls short. Raimy refuses to mourn Julie.   Thanks to Frank and Satch's visit to the Goff home, Thomas is nowhere to be found in the present. Raimy insists that he search the outbuilding, convinced that's where Thomas kept his victims, particularly Maya Gowan. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/frequency/frequency-recap-61745.aspx

Frequency Season 1 Episode 3 Review: The Near Far Problem

Nobody thought catching the Nightingale Killer would be that easy, did they? Raimy got her hopes up on Frequency Season 1 Episode 3 ,as she and Frank worked together to capture a very messed up man. Unfortunately for Raimy, there are a lot of screwed up fellows in the New York City area, and Thomas Goff wasn't the one she wanted. While I'm very the mystery of the Nightingale Killer will stick around to keep the stakes as high as possible, I'm afraid I've forgotten a very important piece of this puzzle from Frequency Season 1 Episode 1 : the date Julie will be killed by the guy. ...Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/10/frequency-season-1-episode-3-review-the-near-far-problem/

Frequency Season 1 Episode 2 Review: “Signal and Noise”

Although I very much enjoyed the series premiere of Frequency, calling it one of the best new shows of this fall, I still left the episode with an uncertain feeling about the series as a whole. While the pilot was able to translate the story of the 2000 film over to the small screen in a successful way, with some added twists and turns thrown in, the episode didn’t provide a blueprint for future installments. I was left wondering what the next episode of Frequency would look like, what the format for the show would be throughout its first season, and if there would be enough material to support this fine cast of performers and likable characters. READ MORE...

Frequency Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Signal and Noise

Maybe if every cop had a personal stake in their investigations, they'd find a suspect in under 24 hours, too. As frustrating as it will probably get, Frequency Season 1 Episode 2 makes it very clear that ANY action in the past that's based upon knowledge from the future is going have a butterfly effect, no matter how small. Things are moving very fast. Frank and Raimi barely know each other. He went undercover when she was six and "died" when she was eight. As adults, they've built up a quick trust over the ham radio because of the bizarre nature of their situation and the sudden death of Raimi's mom in the present. ...Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/10/frequency-season-1-episode-2-review-signal-and-noise/

'Frequency' Recap: Raimy Follows a Hunch and Frank Struggles at Home

On this episode of Frequency , "Signal and Noise," Frank returns home a hero but realizes his life and career remain in jeopardy, Raimy warns Frank about Julie's fate and father and daughter hone in on a suspect in the Nightingale killings.   Raimy is adjusting to her new life which includes learning the details surrounding her mother's death 20 years ago. She's on the Nightingale Task Force which will give her all the information she'll need to know to lead Frank in the right direction. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/frequency/frequency-recap-61644.aspx

Frequency Premiere Review: Peyton List Shines in The CW’s Emotional, Time-Travel Drama

Two of the most popular trends for network TV shows over the past couple of years have been series based on existing film properties and time-travel dramas, and neither trend has led to many successful or enjoyable shows. However, The CW’s Frequency, which is inspired by the 2000 movie of the same name and also deals with time travel (although it’s only through the transmission of an old ham radio), somehow avoids the common missteps taken by series similar to it and allows its powerful emotional moments to carry its high concept. Sure, the time-travel stuff is a little confusing and wonky, and your brain will probably explode if you think too much about how it all works; however, what makes Frequency one of the best new shows of the fall is that it utilizes its central idea to create some truly terrific, heartfelt moments, ones that had me near tears during parts of tonight’s premiere. READ MORE...

Frequency Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Pilot

Raimy always believed her father was a bad man, a bad cop, killed after he had royally screwed things up. She found out differently on her 28th birthday, because on Frequency Season 1 Episode 1 ,Raimy talked to her father for the first time in 20 years. If you've seen the movie Frequency, this story wasn't all that new to you. The movie was very similar to what played out in the pilot. ...Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/10/frequency-season-1-episode-1-review-pilot/

'Frequency' Series Premiere Recap: A Father and Daughter Change the Course of History

  On the series premiere of Frequency , Detective Raimy Sullivan (Peyton List)is reunited with her deceased father, Frank (Riley Smith), via a ham radio. Raimydiscovers her fatherisn't the man she thought she knew, and their communication sets in motion a series of events that alters both of their lives.   Raimy Sullivan is a beautiful NYPD police detective. It's her 28th birthday, and she learns accidentally that her boyfriend Daniel (Daniel Bonjour) has a big surprise planned (She finds an engagement ring in his shaving kit.) But Raimy's life is far from perfect. Her father, Frank Sullivan, died two days after her 8th birthday 20 years ago. Frank also worked for the NYPD, and while working deep undercover, Frank lost his way, forgot which side he was on and was killed as a result. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/frequency/frequency-season-1-premiere-re-61526.aspx

Frequency Premiere: Is The CW's Time- Travel Drama Worth More of Your Time?

Time travel is all the rage on TV right now, from escapist fun (Timeless) to sweeping romance (Outlander). The CWs Frequency a reboot of the 2000 Dennis Quaid film opts for the heartstring-tugging route, with a daughter reconnecting with her deceased dad via a magical radio. Wednesdays series premiere introduced us to Raimy [] //tvline.com/2016/10/05/frequency-recap-series-premiere-the-cw-pilot/