It is the season finale of Ballers, thank you God! This is probably the most difficult episode to watch. There were so many loose ends, so many questions, wtf’s and sweet spots too. Spencers character was totally dark this season which leads us to believe that they will delve into the topic of depression and…
Wynonna Earp gets a mysterious visitor, who may have a secret weapon to defeat Bulshar but at a devastating cost. Nicole, Doc, and Jeremy search the home of the Fire Witch for Father Juan Carlo’s journal to gain info on Bulshar’s plan.
Wynonna battles Bulshar in a nightmare world that tests her emotionally and physically. Dani Kind a.k.a. Mercedes returns to Purgatory for money to fix her damaged face. WayHaught search for ways to remove Bulshar’s ring from Wavelry’s finger before she accidentally hurts someone–or worse, herself.
It’s date night in Purgatory! Waverly throws a BGD (Big Gay Dinner) and Wynonna’s date turns to Vamp Stake Night when she confronts Kate, who tells the story of her and Doc’s relationship. Meanwhile, an old enemy returns.
Wynonna Earp “I Fall to Pieces” features some WynHaught craziness, the return of drunk Nicole, and Mama Earp seeks Doc’s help in her search for Waverly’s father, Julian.
Merry Earpmas! The Homestead is decked out in Christmas decorations and everyone’s in the holiday spirit. Well mostly everyone. Some decide to make poor choices.
This week’s Wynonna Earp episode features standard Earp craziness, harsh insecurities, and a fun, chaotic bar brawl with a crooning Jolene. But for many fans, myself included, it struck a personal chord when Waverly faces down a physical representation of her inner demons.
Sadly my friends this is the finale for this season of The Gifted, but no need for tears as it has received a renewal! Until then, let’s break down the final two episodes. We start with the Strucker’s seeking out Reed’s mother to protect her from the hands of Sentinel. It was a short lived…
This weeks Quantico managed to not only hold my attention but for once it also got it right to not confuse me. I was still annoyed that this episode focused too much on Ryan and Alex but we still learned some new info on Alex classmates, which as I said before is my favourite part….
Review: 18, the number of seasons that Law & Order: SVU has been on our television screens. Can you believe it? I can. The powerful leadership of Mariska Hargitay, the storytelling and continuing commitment of the entire cast and creative team, is what sets it apart and above. And the most recent premiere is no…