Category Archives: TV Reviews
Season 10, Episode 3 – Doctor Who shows us a brand new side to the show in “Thin Ice.” When Bill and the Doctor wind up in London during the big frost of 1841, they discover that there’s a menace threatening the lives of the people of London, but it might not be who – or what – you think.
Season 1, Episodes 9-13 – In its first season’s final episodes Girlboss introduces Sophia’s estranged mother, but fails to humanize it’s lead character.
Season 3, Episodes 8-10 – With plenty of shocking moments, the final three episodes of Bosch‘s third season do not disappoint, with satisfying conclusions for almost all plotlines, and one big cliffhanger.
Season 2, Episode 21 – Superstore stumbles with an uncomfortable episode featuring every character acting like the worst possible version of themselves. Cheyenne gets married and conflicts come to the surface at her wedding.
Season 1, Episode 3 – In the most intense episode of The Handmaid’s Tale to date, it becomes more and more apparent that the value of these women is directed related to if they can have a child.
Season 1, Episode 11 – Riverdale gets darker in “Chapter Eleven: To Riverdale And Back Again.” With everyone feeling the pressure of homecoming and personal life drama, things begin to escalate within the inner circle, and all of it somehow revolves around FP Jones.
Season 5, Episode 19 – On this week’s Arrow, Team Arrow links up with Argus and the SCPD to finally track down Adrian Chase. Helix tells Felicity they can find Chase, but that it’ll cost her.
Season 1, Episode 18 – President Kirkman rides his wave of good momentum by making a choice for Vice President, but not without controversy. Meanwhile, Agent Wells uncovers alarming new information about Lozano and his ties to an extreme group. The closer Wells gets to discovering the conspiracy, the more jeopardy follows.
Season 2, Episode 8 – On this week’s Underground, Rosalee and Noah plot to rescue James and flee the Macon planation around Christmas. Meanwhile, Ernestine and August find common ground.
Season 4, Episode 9 – With only mere days left before the storm arrives, everyone is looking to take control of their own fate on The 100 this week. As the factions go to war over the bunker at Polis, the Sky People split into two factions at Arkadia. One wanting to survive with Jaha, and the other wanting to die with Jasper. Meanwhile, Raven takes control of her destiny.
Season 1, Episode 6 – “The Fire This Time” begins with violence in Gate Station after weeks of rising tensions over the investigations into the deaths of Joey Campbell and Jesse Carr. The unrest in the town is so thick you can’t even consume in fact much of this episode felt the same way.
Season 3, Episode 21-22 – Black-ish aired two episodes this week, both centering on family. Bow’s sister Santa Monica (Rashida Jones) visits in the first, and Black-ish sends Zoey off to college with a clip show in the second.
Season 4, Episode 21 – The Goldbergs delivers its funniest episode as of yet this season in “Fonzie Scheme.” With Erica heading off to college soon, the boys must find a way to get themselves out of trouble without her, and Murray looks for a hobby at Beverly’s request.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Tensions are high in the second episode of The Handmaid’s Tale, as customs of the world are explored and Offred’s situation becomes more interesting.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Empire decides to hit the reset button this episode and change course for the season. Major plotlines will unceremoniously end as old allies become dangerous villains. Lucious finds himself juggling a number of different major life changes as the business is making the moves towards Vegas and Cookie is making her moves towards Angelo. But not everything is as it seems.
Season 3, Episode 2 – It’s heating up in the midwest as Fargo lays the groundwork for another great season full of twists.
Season 1, Episode 20 – When Maya finds out J.J. ran away from home, she puts the running away in her own hands, justifying J.J.’s anger in an impressive episode of Speechless. With a few episodes before the first season ends, it’s obvious this is a series wanting to say serious things about independence and respect.
Season 3, Episode 4 – iZombie sends Ravi on a stakeout with Major and gives him a porno binge mission. Major catches up to Natalie but his Filmore Graves merc team gets called out on mission. Blaine and Peyton stress the effects of his new cure and how it might change him. Clive and Liv get a lead in Wally’s murder.
Season 5, Episode 8 – The Americans take time off from their fake Kansas affairs and discover one of their targets has a little side action of her own. Oleg is ambushed by a KGB team searching for something they think he has while Stan and Aderholt make Sofia the deal of her lifetime. Paige continues her lessons in Beth-Fu.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Genius starts slow, introducing us to both young and old Albert Einstein as he struggles to find his place in academia, and later, struggles to escape an increasingly hostile Germany.
Season 5, Episode 4 – In the 4th installment of Prison Break the tension heats up with a prison break-in and a prison break-out. We finally get the no holding back episode we’ve been craving since the announcement of this series return.
Season 1, Episode 1-2 – Great News premiered this week with a promising two episodes. While the 30 Rock comparisons are inevitable, as the shows share an executive producer (Tina Fey), writer (creator Tracey Wigfield), and a similar setting, Great News is strong enough to stand on its own.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows us what the nine-nine would do if the precinct was about to close in “The Last Ride.” With the possibility of closure seemingly imminent, the team sets about their last day of work with the show’s typical humor.
Season 3, Episodes 5-7 – Bosch‘s third season stays strong with this middle batch of episodes, keeping the pace steady with over half a dozen different plots to track. It’s a slow ride but the acting and surprises make it worth it.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The series premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale is excellently crafted, adapted, and all too chillingly relevant.
Season 1, Episode 16 – The Mick kicks off another episode filled with mixed messages as Mickey and Jimmy accidentally teach the kids unimportant lessons in the most convoluted ways and Alba once again saves the day—and the funny.
Season 3, Episode 19 – After a month off The Flash returns with an excellent episode that sends Barry back to the future to find some answers. Sadly, what he does find is a Central City at the mercy of Top and Mirror Master as well as a disbanded and broken Team Flash. Can Barry save the future as well get the answers he so desperately needs? Come find out!
Season 1, Episodes 5-8 – Girlboss finds fun in mid-aughts music and nostalgia, but Sophia’s narcissism takes up too much space, leaving the other characters feeling flat.
Season 4, Episode 19 – Agents of SHIELD reveals motivation and takes a step toward escape in “All the Madame’s Men.” One group of our friends moves closer to freedom while another searches for the reason why they’re all trapped in a virtual prison. The episode moves the story forward just enough to set up some kind of conclusion.
Season 2, Episode 13 – A rather anti-climactic ending to the season, and most probably the series. Most of the main characters seem to be done for, except perhaps for Big Foster, who despite extraordinary betrayals and other such sins against his people, tries to lay claim to power.