Deception finally delivers on the promise of its premise with an episode that is packed to the gills with plot movement, character development, and some pretty salacious drama. Why wait to check out the best episode of Deception to date?
Check out the recap and review of Deception – Season 1 Episode 5 – Why Wait:
Well, the love triangle on Deception is pretty much D.O.A., but that can be a good thing, considering it gives us more time to focus on the investigation that is supposedly the point of this entire series.
Which suspect discovers Joanna’s undercover identity?
Check out the recap and review of Deception – Season 1 Episode 4 – One, Two, Three…One, Two, Three:
Well, Deception is trying, at least. And that effort shows in an episode that improves on the entries of the last two weeks. But is it enough to turn the ship around and make this series a genuinely compelling thrill?
Check out the recap and review of Deception – Season 1 Episode 3 – A Drop of Blood and a Microscope:
Deception doesn’t fix the problems with last week’s dreadful pilot, but it does hint that there’s a better show underneath all the needless complications and flat characters.
Does someone in the Bowers family pharmaceutical company know what really happened to Vivian?
Check out the recap and review of Deception – Season 1 Episode 2 – Nothing’s Free, Little Girl:
NBC has put a lot of ad money into Deception, but after watching the series premiere, it looks like the Peacock network might have been better served keeping the cash in their pocket.
What went wrong with the series?
Check out the recap video and review of Deception – Series Premiere: