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Season 1, Episode 1-8 – Atypical is undoubtedly one of the best shows on Netflix right now. Created and written by Robia Rashid, Atypical in some ways pulls at your heart in a very similar way, with lots of dialogue tossed around by everyone surrounding him. Robin clearly made a few very strong choices to not only give a powerful yet transformative insight into the people surrounding Sam as well as Sam himself.
Season 3, Episode 6 – In the long-awaited “Shoot-Up-Able” episode of The Carmichael Show, we finally get the episode the world needed. I’m not one to want to see TV discussing topics so quickly after something horrible happens in the world but I think this episode should have aired when it was scheduled too.
Season 3, Episode 5 – I’ve really come to love Cynthia, even more since they aired an entire episode without her. In “Cynthia’s Birthday” she really gets the screen time that she’s deserved since Season 1.
Season 1, Episode 2 – I’ve been waiting for a show to really get into for a while one that delivers and still keeps me guessing. Claws is that show at least for me and everyone else who can’t get enough of the ladies especially Desna.
Season 3, Episode 4 – When I looked at the title for the most recent The Carmichael Show episode I cringed inside because who didn’t see this coming?! It’s overdue honestly especially for a show like this.
Season 1, Episode 1 – I tuned into Claws with intrigue and had even higher hopes for this Florida based dramedy not only because of my never ending love for Niecy Nash but being from Florida, I needed them to get this right. Luckily, for me and everyone that tuned in they did get it right.
Season 3, Episode 3 – In the 3rd installment of The Carmichael Show, we take on yet another hard subject death. Unlike any other sitcom on television, we not only get hard truths but it’s funny.
Season 3, Episode 2 – After failing to thank a soldier and openly admitting to not saying the pledge of allegiance, Jerrod is confronted by the rest of the family and everyone questions what it means to be a patriot.
Season 3, Episode 1 – The season kicks off with an episode about rape as Maxine talks about her friend, Sarah, that was raped a year ago but is now speaking out.
Season 1, Episode 3 – In this week’s episode of Downward Dog we learn that Nan and Martin have gotten to a good place and that they even had little pranks with each other which really means that he did exactly whatever he wanted at any time.
Season 5, Episode 9 – In the season finale, we get a healthy dosage of bad-assery and a craft but hint of genius from Michael Scofield that we’ve come to love. He not only found ways to defeat Poseidon but he did it the only way he knows how: kicking ass!
Season 1, Episode 10 – In the season finale of Shots Fired, we see Preston and Ashe fighting the powers that be trying to battle racial policing. “Last Dance” is a wonderful ending to a series with a premise that lacked easy answers.
Season 1, Episode 2 – In this week’s Downward Dog, we finally get an inside look into what’s really going on with Nan and Martin. He tells the story of Nan and the world that she created for him. Which basically meant her world was small and that lead her to get a dog.
Season 5, Episode 8 – In the 8th installment of Prison Break, everything starts to heat up with Jacob and Michael back in the states. If there’s one word to describe this episode it would be blood. So much blood was spilled it should have been a drinking game, especially in the final minutes.
Season 1, Episode 9 – In the 9th installment of Making History we pick up where we left off as Chris and Dan are still at odds with each other and Deborah is toiling away with her ice cream shop. Dan realizing all the mistakes he’s made in the 24 hours tries to right his wrongs and Deborah uses her tracking skills to track Samuel Adams and John Hancock.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Shots Fired has been a roller coaster of false starts, lost plots, dead ends as the series winds down we finally begin to get closure in two murders that have hit close to home. “Come to Jesus” suggests Preston and Ashe will get a proper conclusion if this is their last case together.
Season 1, Episode 1 – It’s clear that Downward Dog, is facing more challenges than it can bear in a pilot episode as a new comedy but for better or worse it’s based on a web series of the same name.
Season 5, Episode 7 – In the seventh installment of the Prison Break revival, we dig deep into the characters that really make the show as incredible as it is. The choice to bring back Sucre and finally delivering a Michael and Sara reunion gave us nostalgia about the original series.
Season 1, Epsidoe 8 – In the eighth installment of Shots Fired, we finally get the much-needed air to not only catch our breath but learn more about our characters and their relationships since the dual murder investigation and local community unrest.
Season 5, Episode 6 – The next installment of this action packed season of Prison Break picks right up where they left off with “Phaeacia” as Michael and Lincoln are loose in the desert.
Season 1, Episode 8 – In this week’s episode of Making History, we’re immediately greeted by the trio, John Hancock, Samuel Adams and Melanie Barzoon (Deborah’s friend). In a twist of fate it turns out Samuel and John have a crush on Melanie. Hilarious!
Season 1, Episode 7 – In the 7th installment of Shots Fired we finally get to what we’ve all been thinking that maybe Ashe and Preston aren’t really doing the best job in Gate Station. It’s clear that everyone in Gate Station has been super suspicious of the investigation and the attention to the Jesse Carr case.
Season 5, Episode 5 – In this week’s Prison Break, we finally learn the “how” of this show could even take place after such an ending in Season 4 and we finally get to the tough question well at least the questions we’ve all wondered since the beginning.
Season 1, Episode 7 – In the 7th installment of Making History, Chris returns to school to hold onto his tenure but his bosses think his erratic behavior is because he’s an addict.
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 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 6 – In the sixth episode of Making History we pick up where we left off with the trio and Al Capone! They’re all betting on the world series and the red win making them all rich! So now they can finally go back to the future? Nope!
Season 2, Episode 20 – 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.