Geralt and Yennefer’s reunion in The Witcher’s “Dear Friend…” is proof of the fact that they’re meant to be together.
The final moment between Robby Keene and Johnny Lawrence in Cobra Kai’s “The Rise” promises that there are changes ahead.
The haunting shot of the Roy siblings in a moment of vulnerability in Succession’s Season 3 finale continues to live rent free in our minds.
It’s A Wonderful Life has an ending so perfect, it needs no explanation, but it’s one deserving of endless of praise.
One of the most magical things about Poldark (2015) is when Eleanor Tomlinson’s Demelza sings at Trenwith.
For anyone who may be looking to bring the drama to Thanksgiving this year, Lucifer’s family dinner is the ideal plus one.
Mr. Thornton and Margaret’s kiss in North & South remains one of the most iconic moments in romance history.
Marmee’s birthday in Litttle Women is integral to the heart of the film as she is the character who’d move mountains for her family.
Geralt telling Yennefer she is important to him is an unmatched moment of vulnerability in The Witcher’s “Rare Species.”
A night on the river court in One Tree Hill’s “You Gotta Go There to Come Back” changes the trajectory of the series beautifully.
Joyce and Hopper understand each other, which means their quiet intimacy in Stranger Things’ “The Mind Flayer” says more than words could.
We’ll be here with our hearts full of joy because of Stella Kidd and Kelly Severide’s moment of casual intimacy in Chicago Fire’s “Mayday.”
Netflix’s The Baby-Sitters Club is one of the best things on TV right now and something I’m so glad younger girls have as an example to look towards.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Holt and Jake share an emotional exchange in “The Last Day” that’s the perfect culmination of eight years.
Through Lily Iglehart’s journey and her written words, Sex Education season three focuses beautifully on embracing the niche.
Scene Breakdown: A Moment of Truth Between Anthony and Eloise in Bridgerton’s ‘To Sir Phillip, With Love’
Anthony and Eloise’s conversation in To Sir Phillip, With Love stands as one of the strongest moments shared between the Bridgerton siblings.