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Season 2, Episode 13 – “Silence and Loneliness” are themes of Wednesday’s episode. Gigi deals with the consequences of staying silent about her own sexual violation by Uncle Mac. And loneliness creeps into First Lady Skanks’ life as her husband’s transgressions surface. Greenleaf presents several challenges for some of our favorites. Let’s see how they handle them.
Season 1, Episode 10 – A rubicon is a decisive, irrevocable step that one makes. Franklin, Teddy and Lucia have made theirs, and I am here for it. Finally, an episode of Snowfall that gives me all the feels. Gracias, John Singleton.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Cora gets released from prison with Ambrose to see if the Beverwyck jogs any memories.
Season 1, Episode 8 –Somewhere Between dials up the stakes in “Destiny’s Child.” With fate putting up a great fight, it seems that destiny might get the best of Laura as Nico realizes he has a terrible choice to make.
Season 7, Episode 1 – We meet the new cast of characters right as the results of the 2016 Election roll in, and see how they deal with living in this new world. This new world might also involve clowns.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Now that they know Ted Kaczynski is behind the terror campaign on Manhunt: Unabomber, the FBI needs to get a warrant signed by a judge, which is not an easy task. Will a man with a penchant for explosives just simply allow himself to be arrested without incident?
Season 1, Episode 10 – Jane says her long farewell to Scarlet and Jacqueline. Sutton continues to kill it at her job and struggle in her personal life. Kat makes a life-altering decision.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Joe Strong’s divine mentor disrupts the lives of everyone in Midnight, Texas with her mean and hurtful truth. Chuy convinces Joe to let the town in on his big secret. Olivia and Lem discuss options for their future together while Manfred lets his grandma drive his body for a while.
Season 2, Episode 12 – The second to last episode of Preacher‘s second season does little to set up an exciting finale and seems to be making up rules as it goes.
Season 2, Episode 7 – A bee finds its way onto the aliens’ ship, and a dejected Alex Foster — still reeling from her indefinite FBI suspension — finds herself being recruited by StarCrossed.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Everyone’s lives have gone in separate directions on Loaded after the fiasco at the gaming Expo. The new Cat Factory 2 game is a mess, so Leon gathers everyone together to fix it on the sly. The camaraderie is contagious and soon the boys have plans to start something new.
Season 1, Episode 10 – The first season of Will comes to an uneven conclusion, as Shakespeare’s company puts on a play that takes a very public aim at a well-known enemy.
Season 3, Episode 7 – On this week’s Ballers, Spencer has to clean up the mess after footage of Ricky punching a high schooler surfaces. Spencer and Joe clash over the future of ASM.
Season 3, Episodes 17-18 – The finale of Twin Peaks ends much like the original series did, leaving the ending open to both interpretation and revisiting. Many questions are left unanswered, and new mysteries are presented as Cooper alters the Twin Peaks timeline and enters into another.
Season 2, Episode 7 – Just like the title suggests, this week on Insecure everybody was getting disrespected. At Derek’s dinner party, Issa struggles to deal with a surprise appearance, Molly comes to grips with the fact that her situation-ship with Dro may not cut it, and Lawrence… is just Lawrence.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Get Shorty is still at the top of its game, though Sean Bridgers’ character Louis once again steals the show.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Cameron finds herself in a bit of a mid-life, or mid-career crisis on Halt and Catch Fire. With her relationships to Joe, Gordon, and Bos, she’s safely in the middle, a neutral observer of their competing businesses, but her restlessness leads her to do something that may jeopardize everything.
Season 1, Episode 6 – A put-upon housekeeper reconnects with her younger self, quite intimately, while cleaning Room 104.
Season 1, Episode 1-2 – The first two episodes of Inhumans, released in theaters in IMAX format, are so genuinely terrible that there is nothing good to say about them. Everything from the writing and characters down to the costuming and set design feels scattered and seems to lack even the barest amount of effort.
Season 1, Episode 5 – The season of What Would Diplo Do? ends with an “A Christmas Carol” inspired episode that was played equally for emotion and laughs.
Season 2, Episode 12 – This “House Rules” episode of Greenleaf gives us more Rochelle and Pastor Greenleaf getting flirty with it. Charity goes on a date with a singer/songwriter (who can guess how that will end; and Gigi messes it up with the Rick Fox character (come on, girl!). Seems like the Greenleafs preach about rules, but they’re not so good at following them.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Cora now has one definite murder and one suspected murder on her plate while she tries to remember what happens. Ambrose’s unprofessional relationship with Cora is questioned by Captain Farmer. We encounter the Beverwyck club, and start to uncover its part in all of this.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Something might actually be tingling inside me for Snowfall. Are they feelings? Do I actually care now? I think yes. But to a certain degree. Franklin is really getting on my nerves. Teddy is just as goofy as ever. Lucia isn’t as much of a boss lady as I thought. And Oso just might be a douche bag.
Season 1, Episode 5-6. Marlon has hit an all time low with two episodes that sent my blood boiling. Playing into the worst sterotypes for the first episode leads to a misogynistic, mean spirited second episode. Marlon is proving itself to be a week to week show to loathe rather than love with some of the laziest wrting in both dramatic comedic arenas.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Somewhere Between finds its footing in “The Fourth Man.” With a compelling mystery and frustrating forces working against Laura and Nico finding the answers they’re looking for, the fate grows ever nearer to repeating itself.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Jane moves onto a new job and reconsiders hot Pinstripe guy as boyfriend material. Sutton either needs to decidedly move on from Richard or decidedly move back, but she’s committed to progress by sleeping with Alex either way. Kat decides that despite a thirst for adventure she’s happier staying in New York.
Season 1, Episode 7 – In this week’s episode of Hooten and the Lady, Alex tracks Hooten to Cambodia, where he is seeking out the Cintamani jewel in mythical Shangri-La. In a mad plan to lure out the man who killed Hooten’s wife and son, Hooten and Alex take on minefields, Vietnamese drug gangs, and snake pits in a last attempt to lay Hooten’s past to rest.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Manhunt: Unabomber takes a deep dive into the life of Ted Kaczynski to see what events may have led to his being alone and angry in the woods, lashing out from long distance at others. This episode is an origin story about what turns a man into a monster.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Another young woman goes missing in Midnight, Texas, brings serious heat from law enforcement and the first real lead in Aubrey’s murder. Creek protects Connor from their violent father and faces a terrible family history. Reverend Emilio struggles to keep Joe’s secret when the supernatural Midnighters feel evil energy sneak through the veil.
Season 2, Episode 6 – On earth, the StarCrossed team unpacks the shocking demise of one of their brightest stars. In space, Jonathan Walsh and Jeff grapple with their hyper-efficient new boss, Eric the cube.