A Season in Review: Chesapeake Shores

I appreciated Chesapeake Shores in its freshman year, but the show took an incredible turn this season making it that much more unforgettable and inimitable. Normally, while I’m under the belief that TV shows tend to flop in their second season making it the weakest one, Chesapeake Shores did the exact opposite, and I’m thankful... Continue Reading →

Spring ’17 Finale Roundup | Week IV

| May 11-30 | We've finally reached the end of an overwhelmingly powerful spring season with fantastic finales of The Americans, Prison Break, and Riverdale. Most Noteworthy Performance by an Actress "The Soviet Division" | The Americans Alison Wright Alison Wright is no stranger to exceptional performances and her work in "The Soviet Division" left me speechless.... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

May 7-13 "The Song in Your Heart" | Once Upon A Time Jennifer Morrison  For six beautifully captivating years, Jennifer Morrison has put her heart and soul breathing life into Emma Swan, and in a single episode, her penultimate to be exact, she left it all on the stage. While the final episode in Emma Swan's shoes leather... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

April 2-8 "Lotus 1-2-3" | The Americans Matthew Rhys It's been painfully evident for a while now, specifically since "March 8, 1983" that Rhys' Philip has been battling a whirlwind of unavoidable demons. This week, the exhaustion and decay Matthew Rhys brought to the character made it so easy to worry for Philip. Now don't get... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

March 26-April 1 "My Heart Will Go On" | When Calls the Heart Daniel Lissing Daniel Lissing has been putting on his finest performances to date since last week, showcasing his choice subtly through the quiet weariness in his expressions. But this week, Lissing was in full force with the approaches he took to bring his... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

February 26-March 4 "Emotional Proximity" | Chicago P.D. Elias Koteas Elias Koteas often exudes the warmth of a fatherly figure, and in "Emotional Proximity" Koteas made us feel profoundly for his character. Chicago P.D. took viewers down a dark road this week, and from the moment Olinsky learns that Lexi was injured at the rave, Koteas wears distress... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

February 12-18 "Jack Pearson’s Son" | This is Us Sterling K. Brown I’ve been waiting to write about Sterling K. Brown for a while now, but I was waiting for the emotional episode that’d leave me completely and utterly in awe. An episode I’m sure we all knew was coming, and “Jack Pearson’s Son” was that... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

February 5-11 "They Came First" | Emerald City Adria Arjona    Adria Arjona continues to shine beautifully as the best Dorothy in my book thus far. The characters strikingly raw emotions cobbled with the way she rises to challenges are outstanding. There's never been a dull moment on Emerald City so far, but in this week's episode... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

January 29-February 4 "The Painting" | Suits Gabriel Macht Gabriel Macht has frequently done a remarkable job as the suave, sometimes sardonic attorney Harvey Specter, creating an irreplaceable charm and character. And when Suits began exploring Harvey's innermost emotions, Macht came in with full force layering the character even further with heartfelt sincerity and moments of vulnerability. But... Continue Reading →

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