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The biggest intrigue from this week, what’s with the guy that killed Novo? Was it just for the fancy ring, or is there more going on there?
With “Contorno,” Hannibal stops reflecting on its past traumas and gives us a bit of forward momentum. It’s counter-productive to call this episode weird, but I was so enjoying all the psychological interludes that plot business begins to feel strange simply by its lack of Hannibal‘s patented weirdness.
Meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the ’90s – 20 years later. BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit TV show “Horsin’ Around,” but today he’s washed up, living in Hollywood, complaining about everything, and wearing colorful sweaters. This year… He’s really trying to be a better Horseman.
Tells the story of the first day of Camp Firewood’s famous summer season, now fourteen years after the original film’s debut, which took place on the last day of camp that same summer.
We are now seven episodes in, and Wayward Pines is beginning to feel a little tired, and a little lazy. The plotlines of this episode are so extremely choreographed, that all of the power the final scene was supposed to relay to me was lost.
In true Suits fashion the rivalry between Harvey Specter and Louis Litt has only increased since Donna became Louis’ secretary. In a typical ‘Louis Litt’ move, Louis tries to prove his loyalty to Harvey by setting up a situation in front of the board then defending Harvey. Of course, it backfires.
Rick Sanchez drags his grandson Morty into his intergalactic adventures, as they face new threats and mysteries of his secret past are revealed. Can the family survive Rick’s insanity and all the chaos the universe throws at them?
All in all, the questions the premiere puts forth are interesting enough to make me hopeful for a solidly entertaining if not Earth-shattering (get it?) final run.
As predicted, if you weren’t into the show last week, there’s not much more for you to cling to here. This episode was a slower crawl than the premiere, and again had the only actual plot development happen in the episode’s final moments.
“Half-Cocked” is just an expression, but it brings another nation to The Brink. “Half Cocked” and “No Shit” are taken literally in another hilarious episode of this extraordinary show. Thank God we live in a country where we can write, produce, and cast this kind of television.
American Odyssey ends its first season on a high note. Glen threatens Ballard, and her family, in Barcelona, but she crushes him like the treacherous bug that he is. Alex Baker and Glen both get what they deserve, but Aslam is all alone in the real world.
Last week a rivalry was born between Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, and this week it takes a turn for the paranoid as Jonathan is in Portugal helping the English Army, and Mr. Norrell is at home trying to consolidate his power over English Magic.
Last night was the “special” two hour premiere of the CBS drama Under the Dome based off the Stephen King novel of the same name. Although at this point basically the only similarity between the two intellectual properties are some character names and the Dome itself.
Revolves around Kara Zor-El, who escaped Krypton amid its destruction years ago, and has been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin, Superman, since arriving on Earth. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and become the hero she was always meant to be.
There is nothing overly clever about the crimes on this show, no need for a specially gifted genius or technology driven teams to solve cases. The crimes, and the difficulties solving them, are rooted in social ills.
I’m sure you all heard my cries of despair from wherever you were when Hannibal was cancelled earlier this week. What cancellation means for us in the now is that we just must savor the rest of this season all the more and pray to the God of Streaming Service revivals.
A seemingly ordinary group of people who gradually become aware that they have special abilities. The story develops showing their reactions to these powers, and how this discovery affects their personal and professional lives.
Big things are happening at Pearson Specter Litt as the fifth season of Suits returns. This show rarely disappoints in its drama and characterizations and this premiere, among ranking as one of the best, brings those elements that they’re so good at and elevates them to a different height.
The newest episode of Wayward Pines revels in the reversal of all of the character expectations and inclinations we’ve counted on so far. As we’ve come to find things are not what they seem in Wayward Pines, we also find that neither are the characters.
A mockumentary on the rivalry between two tennis stars who battle it out in a 2004 match that lasts seven days.
Story centers on a pack of feral teenage boys who choose the wrong girl to be the victim of their final “initiation,” because in reality, she has chosen them.
We saw Norrell come to prominence as the first English magician in over 300 years and somewhere in England Jonathan Strange performed magic for the first time. This episode deals with the rivalry born once the two magicians take their place as the only practical magicians in England.
It seems True Detective fans may be evenly split after episode one. We’ll know where the majority will ultimately side in the coming two months.
This show is funny top to bottom. Talbot has to escape the Pakistani army, Zeke has to level out and calm down, and Larson has to keep his pants on long enough to execute a peaceful solution. Looking forward to march of lunacy The Brink promises to deliver.
This American Odyssey, a German tourist recognizes Ballard and she has to “Bug Out” again. Many questions remain to be answered in next week’s season finale and a whole new exciting future for Aslam to look forward to.
If real change were easy, everyone would be doing it. We all deal with the stress of transformation in different ways, if at all. If there’s a more destructive way to deal with change, Hodiak is looking for it. For now, drinking, driving, and beatings will have to do.
This week, Hannibal introduces more bits from the novels with plenty of twists. “Secondo” is less trippy than usual but has plenty of soul(?)-searching, exploring both the nature of stories and Hannibal’s own past traumas.
Set in post WWII England, the series will showcase the efforts of Queen Elizabeth II and the Prime Ministers who together forged the war-torn country’s future in the aftermath. Lithgow will play Sir Winston Churchill and Smith will portray Philip Mountbatten.