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Shades Of Blue loads all its pieces into The Breach in this week’s incredible episode. The whole season has been leading towards this week’s heist. It doesn’t go down quite as action-combaty as the heist in you would expect, but it does stitch together a number of suspenseful elements a deliver a great piece of drama.
The Americans risk their lives and The Glanders when they get their new mission and deal with fallout form Elizabeth’s trip to Germany. Television has never seen such a field of talent and people successfully pushing the boundaries of long form narrative.
The Walking Dead shows us just how different life can be for people stuck in The Same Boat. Carol and Maggie meet Paula and Chelle, two women from the savior’s group that represent slightly different reflections, or possible futures, of themselves.
Gotham delivers more Mr. Freeze back-story with “A Dead Man Feels No Cold”, but the real revelations this week flow from Dr. Strange. This a already a great series and a fantastic sophomore season, but Gotham gives constant hints that it’s only getting better.
Two months after the bloody events of last episode The Walking Dead enjoys a little fun in “The Next World”. Even a few minutes into this episode I’m thinking, “Wow, someone directed the hell outta this thing.” That somebody is director Kari Skogland.
The entertainment stars aligned this weekend delivering an incredible Deadpool to the big screen and The Walking Dead punched back hard for the small screen with “No Way Out”. It’s a tight, action packed episode loaded with drama and led by an incredible hero, Glenn. But first…
Shades Of Blue kicks it up a notch with the Fall of Man. This is episode is all about secrets and revelations and the pressures those things add to relationships. We’ve seen some of Woz’s secrets play out. This week centers on the havoc created by skeletons Santos’s closet.
Lucifer serves up an identity thief in “The Would-Be Prince Of Darkness”. Chloe continues to look for reasonable explanations for Lucifer’s power of persuasion. This show has a lot of fun with themes of sin, evil, injustice, and punishment.
Shades Of Blue explores the cause and effect of crime and punishment in Equal and Opposite, Newton’s third law of motion. In TV drama, a cause must have a powerfully unequal response. Dramatic laws are much closer to life; completely unfair.