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Well, it’s official. Bridgerton Season 3 will be highlighting the budding relationship between Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton.
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Only Stranger Things could pull off an absurdly sweet moment like Dustin and Suzie’s “Never Ending Story” duet in an explosive season finale.
Chicago Fire’s “Last Chance” is a frustrating penultimate episode for the most part, but its end result is beautiful.
As close to the definition of righteous as a man can get, Jim Holden is the kind of leader every piece of media has and needs.
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In honor of Kate and Anthony Week, we’re here to celebrate all the ways in which Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey are perfectly cast.
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