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Season 5, Episode 6 – Orphan Black heats up the action and the stakes in “Manacled Slim Wrists.” With Sarah one step closer to the truth and Cosima one wrong move away from disaster, the fate of Kira and the Clone Club has never been more dire.
Season 5, Episode 5 – Orphan Black puts Cosima front and center in “Ease for Idle Millionaires.” With revelations about Neolution’s true intentions and plans for Kira, the stakes for the show just got a whole lot higher as more pieces to the puzzle keep revealing the beast behind the Neolution movement.
Season 5, Episode 4 – Orphan Black brings us one step closer to understanding our villain in “Let the Children and Childbearers Toil.” Sarah and S go on an undercover mission to dig up intel on neolution from a secret source while Cosima investigates the monster in the forest.
Season 5, Episode 3 – Orphan Black gives us a day full of Alison in “Beneath Her Heart.” With the episode focused on Alison’s journey as a clone, we’re finally given a glimpse at the true potential Alison brings to Clone Club.
Season 5, Episode 2 – Orphan Black brings us one step closer to the end in “Clutch of Greed.” When Sarah is unwilling to accept Rachel’s conditional peace offering, she learns that the decision to cooperate is not always up to her.
Season 5, Episode 1 – Orphan Black hits the ground running in its fifth season premiere, “The Few Who Dare.” With Neolution closing in from all sides, the situation has never seemed more dire and difficult for the Clone Club.
Season 4, Episodes 21-22 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine takes a more serious turn to its usual optimism in “The Bank Job” and “Crime and Punishment.” When Jake and Rosa’s investigation of a dirty cop implodes, they find themselves framed for her dirty work and facing the consequences.
Season 4, Episode 24 – The Goldbergs finally put a graduation cap on Erica’s head in “Graduation Day.” With everything seemingly changing for the Goldberg family, everyone is having a hard time dealing with something new and different.
Season 4, Episodes 19-20 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine gives us another hour of humor in “Your Honor” and “The Slaughterhouse.” When Holt’s mother visits the precinct, Jake is over the moon at the opportunity to learn more about Holt’s personal life. Then, when Rosa and Jake get recruited to help with an on-going investigation their idol is leading, it seems like a dream come true, but is it actually something else entirely?
Season 1, Episodes 4-7 – Anne With An E takes an unconventional turn in the second half of its first season. With an increasingly dramatic tale to tell, the show proves that it can be both a coming of age story with heartfelt moments, and a period drama with real and modern world issues.
Season 1, Episodes 1-3 – Anne With An E charms with its modern take, vivid imagery, and candid backstory. With a compelling narrative and depths to each character, the show proves to be more than simply a retelling of a literary story.
Season 1, Episode 13 – Riverdale leaves our hearts lurching in an emotional ride in “Chapter Thirteen: The Sweet Hereafter.” With the town in a slow spiral of chaos, Archie and pals are caught in the cross-fire – literally.
Season 4, Episode 23 – The Goldbergs tackle sibling disputes in “Jedi Master Adam Skywalker.” Adam takes on responsibility helping create the yearbook and Erica and Barry find themselves at his mercy when they decide they need to know who won “Cutest Couple.”
Season 4, Episode 17-18 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine pairs a party with a test in “Cop Con” and “Chasing Amy.” With two separate storylines, the show gives us the chance to see the nine-nine outside of the precinct, partying at a convention, and Amy as she takes the next step in her career goals.
Season 1, Episode 12 – Riverdale finally reveals who killed Jason Blossom in “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder.” With a lot of big reveals, the show leaves one question unanswered: what’s left for the season finale?
Season 4, Episode 22 – The Goldbergs reminds us that the Cold War and threat of a nuclear fallout was a real thing in “The Day After The Day After.” With Mother’s Day around the corner as well, Adam and Erica both try to take advantage of Beverly’s love of the holiday to get what they want.
Season 4, Episode 16 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets serious in “Moo Moo.” When Terry gets profiled in his neighborhood for being a black man, he gets his first real taste of police bureaucracy while Jake and Amy play parent babysitting his daughters.
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, 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 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 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 10, Episode 2 – Doctor Who takes us to a ttly future colony in “Smile.” When emoji bots start killing off unhappy Earth colonists, the Doctor shows up to save the day, or at least, prevent anymore unhappy deaths. With Bill by his side, this season is promising to be an entertaining one full of adventure.
Season 4, Episode 14 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine puts a cop show in a cop show with actors from a cop show in “Need Serve & Protect.” With a compelling sense of humor, this week’s episode delivers with great comedy.
Season 1, Episode 21 – MacGyver rounds out its season finale in a more than satisfactory way with “Cigar Cutter.” With a lot of questions still unanswered, the show leaves a lot of room for speculation and hope that season two will bring only bigger and better things.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Riverdale puts the fun back in the unexpected rager high school party in “The Lost Weekend.” With a slightly different approach stylistically to the show’s usual storytelling, the episode brings a lot of fun and freshness to what’s always been an intriguing teen drama.
Season 4, Episode 13 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back in full force in “The Audit.” With a great premise that lets every character shine their chaotically comedic best, the episode promises a funny finish to the show’s fourth season.
Season 1, Episode 20 – MacGyver steps into a villain’s shoes in “Hole Puncher.” With the team working separate cases from different places, the episode gives Mac a chance to shine a little more brightly, and breaking the routine of the show makes for an interesting change.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Riverdale continues to get darker and more intensely dramatic in “La Grande Illusion.” With maple syrup, lots of ginger people, and Archie continually being naive about everything, the episode whips up an entertaining concoction like only Riverdale could.
Season 4, Episode 20 – The Goldbergs puts the focus on the family in “The Dynamic Duo.” With lots of Batman references and a classic over-confident fumble, the episode provided plenty of entertainment, but was light on the laughs.
Season 1, Episode 19 – MacGyver struggles to live up to previous expectations set by the show in “Compass.” With clunky storylines and character arcs, the show falls into old bad habits that hamper the potential of the episode.