In need of all the autumn vibes? So are we. We’ve got you covered with some of our favorite shows to watch during this time of year.
It may be a show about the devil, but Lucifer has always delivered the hopeful message that it’s never too late to turn things around.
Netflix’s Sex Education season 3 spends ample time observing human emotions and allowing its characters to grow in the process.
There is much more happening within than the sole desire to check time when we see Anthony Bridgerton look at his father’s old pocket watch.
Succession is a series that encompasses dark and twisted humor, unlikeable characters, and dramatic storylines.
Cool cool cool cool, it’s the Nine Nine day. September 9 will forever be remembered as so. Brooklyn Nine-Nine might be ending soon, but it’s the show that deserves celebrations … Continue Reading Celebrating the 99: Best Episodes of ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ So Far
Nathan and Haley’s first kiss on One Tree Hill will always be top-tier at this point. Since the moment it happened in 2003, nearly two decades later, it has remained … Continue Reading Nathan and Haley’s First Kiss on ‘One Tree Hill’ is Still Top Tier
We know we’re not the only ones hoping that the now Emmy nominated Bridgerton based off of the novels by Julia Quinn paves the road for more romance adaptations, and … Continue Reading Lisa Kleypas’ Wallflowers and Hathaways Series Should be Adapted Into a TV Show Next
The Green Knight is an intriguing film and Dev Patel knocks it out of the park, exuding everything a leading man in a story like this needs.
Blindspotting on Starz just wrapped its first season and it’s a poetic work of art all throughout. From beginning to end the series was a masterful display of melancholy and … Continue Reading ‘Blindspotting’ Season 1 is a Love Story and a Poetic Work of Art
Disney’s What If…? has finally premiered and its first episode, “What if…Captain Carter Were the First Avenger?” is everything I could have hoped it would be. As the self-proclaimed biggest … Continue Reading Captain Carter in Marvel’s ‘What If…?’ is Everything We Hoped She’d Be and More
MVP of Bridgerton, Colin Bridgerton, Number 3, is chaotic, mischievous, and underestimated by most people around him, including his own family. He gets by with his charm and sense of … Continue Reading Five Reasons Why Colin Bridgerton is the MVP of ‘Bridgerton’
Good news, Netflix’s Set it Up still holds up. You know how sometimes you obsessively watch a movie for a period of time and then abandon it for a while … Continue Reading ‘Set it Up’ and the Beauty Behind “And Yet…”
I seldom speak so boldly on behalf of others, but it is with complete confidence that I can say that most of us are in agreement that “the love triangle” … Continue Reading Fact: “The Love Triangle” is the Worst Romance Trope
We’re now at the midway point of summer, and whether you’re the type of person who desperately wants to hold onto every warm day we have left or the type … Continue Reading ‘Addams Family Values’ Should Be Your Summer Vibe Inspiration
In some inexplicable way, Ted Lasso finds its perfect balance by combining everything in comedy while intermixing it effortlessly with drama.
Trying on Apple TV was clearly always meant to carry on a comforting disposition, and it not only does so all throughout, but in the final episode of season two, … Continue Reading ‘Trying’ on Apple TV Continues to Uphold its Comforting Disposition
Cruella is a true vibe of a movie, and I found Emma Thompson delightful to watch in it, but that’s unsurprising, as I find her delightful to watch in pretty … Continue Reading Quietly Keeping it Together Elinor Dashwood Style
Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
*Spoilers for Lucifer Season 5B ahead* One of the things I’ve always liked best about Lucifer is how openly it’s shown the benefits of therapy and the necessity of tackling … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Dan Espinoza and Finding Possibilities for Self-Improvement Even in the Unlikeliest of Circumstances
Musical specials are tough to get right. So often when I’ve gotten excited and looked forward to one, it’s been a flop instead. It doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve been bad … Continue Reading Lucifer’s “Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam” Musical Special is Both Fun and Emotionally Moving