Chicago Fire’s “Show of Force” is basically a love letter to Stella Kidd and everything about it feels tailor-made for us.
The Expanse’s “Babylon’s Ashes” is the kind of satisfying series finale that delivers on all fronts and honors the characters.
Hulu’s How I Met Your Father is full of potential and given a bit more time, the series’ future could be promising.
Chicago Fire “Fog of War” puts Stellaride and Pelham front and center with yet another cliffhanger anger that’s mostly frustrating.
The Expanse’s Why We Fight” quietly takes us through its penultimate episodes with the reunions fans have been long waiting for.
Chicago Fire’s “Back With A Bang” brings our best girl Stella Kidd front and center while continuing to establish the show’s heart.
HBO’s Starstruck starring Rose Matafeo and Nikesh Patel is the perfect romantic romantic comedy to start watching in the New Year.
We need to talk about the Sharpwin scenes (and specifically the montage) in New Amsterdam’s “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution.”
The Expanse’s “Redoubt” is all about cementing the importance of a person’s agency through the kind of conversations that matter.
The Expanse’s “Force Projection” gives us a quiet conversation to showcase the importance of the fact that vulnerability is a strength.
Hawkeye season finale makes it clear the show is at its core about family, partnerships, and the importance of communication.
Succession’s “All the Bells Say” is a testament to the excellent writing and directing, making it an episode we can’t stop thinking about.
Chicago Fire “Winterfest” is full of some incredible holiday moments and yet it misses the mark on a bit more heart.
Chicago P.D. “No Way Out” a frustrating, awfully nerve-wracking episode, but the final few moments with Upstead make it worthwhile.
Hawkeye’s “Partners, Am I Right?” continues to cement the show’s heart by exploring sincere moments of conversations and parallels to Vormir.
Mark Duplass and Billy Crudup in The Morning Show “Fever”