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Season 2, Episode 19 – In the 19th installment of the series “Spring Cleaning” brings back my favorite character Bo back as he has to look for a job at Cloud 9 to make some extra cash to pay for his upcoming wedding.
Season 1, Episode 3 – “The Liar” finally gave us the episode we’ve been waiting for and holds true to the fact that Michael Scofield is one step ahead when it comes to the business of breaking out of prisons… at least until the plan falls apart.
Season 1, Episode 5 – The fifth installment of Shots Fired finally begins to put all the pieces together to form a puzzle worth watching.
Season 1, Episode 4 – In the fourth installment of Shots Fired, we pick up with Ashe discovering Cory hiding out in his dad’s apartment. She calls Preston and he quickly comes over so he can hear Cory’s story of Joey’s death.
Season 5, Episode 2 – The episode is appropriately titled “Kaniel Outis” because Kaniel Outis is the name Michael’s been using to conduct business as a terrorist. Which really has me wondering what could be going on with him?
Season 1, Episodes 9-13 – The last 5 episodes of 13 Reasons Why provides an unexpected conclusion that was undoubtedly worth the wait. The quiet analysis and commentary on high school life brings chills to your soul that will leave you broken open and questioning how you treated others while in high school.
Season 1, Episode 3 – This week’s episode of Shots Fired put “black-on black crime” on full display with politics at the center of all the turmoil, as we see learn how the investigations into the deaths of Jesse Carr and Joey Campbell affect the community.
Season 1, Episodes 5-8 – The core episodes of 13 Reasons Why continue to tackle themes like sexuality, death, bullying, rape, and more with aplomb, proving why this show is necessary viewing.
Season 5, Episode 1 – Prison Break returns in a nine-episode limited event series featuring the return of the original cast. While the pace moves swiftly, nostalgia overruns the premiere episode as we catch up with the team.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Dan and Chris travel back to 1919 Chicago to bet on the World Series in this week’s episode of Making History and it leads to them having a run in with Al Capone.
Season 1, Episodes 1-4 – Netflix’s newest series is based on the novel by Jay Asher – about a young girl who was there and then suddenly gone, through the eyes and ears of her classmate Clay Jensen. He’s a very important character in the 13 episode series and just one person of many trying to put the pieces together and find out why Hannah killed herself.
Season 1, Episode 2 – The second installment of Shots Fired opened with deceased teen Jesse Carr’s father approaching Deputy James Beck as he arrives home. Gun in hand, Carr’s anger and heartbreak is more than understandable.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Making History brings us back to the 90’s on this week’s episode so Dan can take care of some unfinished business from his past.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Created by Gina Prince-Bythewood who also directed the first episode and Reggie Rock Bythewood, the series opens with the shooting death of a white teenager by an African American police officer Joshua Beck in North Carolina.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Making History begins in new direction since the last episode and seemed more like an ending for the series and not a second episode. Luckily, we pick up with a cheery Daniel and Deborah having a picnic outside as an airplane flies across, freaking Deborah out.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Following last week’s episode of Making History, which saw Daniel and Deborah traveling to present-day Boston only to realize that Chris is set to die in the very next day, the pair must return to the past to start the American Revolutionary War at the the Battle of Lexington.