Filed in BrainDead Gallery Updates

Final ‘BrainDead’ Stills; New Review

The stills for the last three episodes of BrainDead for season 1 have been released and I’ve added them to the gallery.

Episode 11:


Episodes 12/13:

 Episode 10 of BrainDead will air this Sunday, August 28th at 10pm ET on CBS. Below is the synopsis for the season 1 finale, which will be two hours long:

BRAINDEAD concludes with a two-part season finale comprised of back-to-back episodes, Sunday, Sept. 11 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.

“Talking Points Toward a Wholistic View of Activism in Government: Can the Top Rebel?” – When Laurel discovers that a senate bill is not what it appears, she implores Luke to help, leading to a dramatic Senate sit-in. Also, Red and Ella battle for control of the bug agenda, and Laurel questions whether or not she should leave Washington, D.C. for good, on BRAINDEAD, Sunday, Sept. 11 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

“The End of All We Hold Dear: What Happens when Democracies Fail: A Brief Synopsis” – Laurel discovers the secret to driving the bugs out of a person’s brain and tests the tactic on her father. Armed with new knowledge, Laurel and Gareth attempt to expel the Queen bug out of Red’s head once and for all, on BRAINDEAD, Sunday, Sept. 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

MoviePilot also reviewed the show as ‘one of the best summer shows you’re not watching’. If you haven’t caught on, you can read their article as to why you should catch onto it!

Of course, one of the big reasons is the cast that includes Mary, Aaron Tveit, Tony Shalhoub and Johnny Ray Gill. Here’s what the site said on Winstead’s character:

Winstead makes Laurel well-rounded, fighting the alien bugs and fighting her brothers’ political enemies all at once, as well as showing her dedication to her documentary craft. In addition, she brings her own charm to Laurel, both in rolling with the strangely comedic happenings and in her awkward struggling to flirt with Tveit’s character Gareth, that audiences really connect with her and truly want to root for Laurel.