How I Met Your Father 1×03 “The Fixer” kicks plenty into motion by giving us a romance worth shipping and friendships that continue to grow.
One Tree Hill’s “Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.” features one of the best pieces of advice Nathan Scott gives to Brooke Davis.
The Rookie’s “The Knock” takes Chenford through an awkward double date, proving that the comfort they feel with one another is unmatched.
Disney’s Myth: A Frozen Tale original soundtrack by Joseph Trapanese is a whimsical wonder that’s hard to take off of replay.
Masterpiece PBS released the first official trailer for Sanditon Season 2 and we’re back in the seaside resort.
Sanditon’s Mary Parker is an admirable woman doing her best to cope with a silly spouse, but there’s still more to be seen.
Netflix’s The Royal Treatment isn’t perfect by any means, but its delightful cast is worth watching the film for.
Chicago Fire’s “Show of Force” is basically a love letter to Stella Kidd and everything about it feels tailor-made for us.
On this week’s episode of Lady Geeks’ Society Podcast, we’re talking all about the 2006 film Casino Royale.
Every interview Andrew Garfield gives about Spider-Man: No Way Home has us blubbering like fools and we’re fine with that.
Geralt and Yennefer’s reunion in The Witcher’s “Dear Friend…” is proof of the fact that they’re meant to be together.
Marvel’s Moon Knight trailer is embracing the chaos and so will we come March 30th.
Casino Royale’s original soundtrack by David Arnold stands the test of time as brilliantly as the film does.
The Expanse’s “Babylon’s Ashes” is the kind of satisfying series finale that delivers on all fronts and honors the characters.
Money-minded single women are, therefore, not a novelty in a period drama. Then, there’s Sanditon’s Clara Brereton.
Hulu’s How I Met Your Father is full of potential and given a bit more time, the series’ future could be promising.