Death Comes to Pemberley is a thoughtful, intrinsically crafted Jane Austen adaptation and a must-watch for fans.
Pushing Daisies forces the audience to marvel at the mundane, finding various ways to make the ordinary magical.
Romitri’s first kiss in Vampire Academy’s “Molnija” brings all sorts of emotions front and center in a loaded moment.
Abbott Elementary’s “Wrong Delivery” hilariously plays on pop culture references while cementing the importance of a found family.
Chicago Fire 11×02 “Every Scar Tells A Story” lets Javi experience the joys of the firehouse while allowing the characters to grow further.
Andor Episode 4, “Aldhani,” explores duality and means of survival for various characters in the series, continuing to expand the world.
Bail and Leia’s conversation in the first episode is an anchoring force that showcases how and why the princess will grow into the leader we know and love.
Chesapeake Shores “It’s Not For Me To Say” brings the O’Briens to one place in order to spend “an ordinary day” full of news.
It’s time to go back to school with a fantastic Season 2 premiere of Abbott Elementary’s “Development Day”
Chicago Fire’s “Hold On Tonight” is a clunky premiere that’s balancing a lot while still allowing some of the love stories to shine.
Andor Episodes 1-3 exceed expectations of what the Disney era of Star Wars could be with character, story, and world-building.
Alicent Hightower takes back her agency and, for the first time, chooses for herself in House of the Dragon Episode 5.
Cobra Kai Season 5 is the strongest showdown yet, making the Netflix series one that’s consecutively aces.
In The Rings of Power Episode 1, Galadriel jumps into the water for two reasons, both connected to her family.
Is a vague TikTok really the only clue we have about a potential second season of Moon Knight? Give us the official word!
Apple TV’s Surface Season 1 finale leaves viewers with more questions than answers, forcing us to wait impatiently for Season 2.
Trying Season 3 takes on romance, new challenges, and redemption with a whole lot of kindness.
There is no denying the fact that Amazon Prime’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is off to a promising, immersive start.
‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 2 Finale “I Know Who Did It” Review: One Crime Solved, More to Follow
Only Murders in the Building Season 2 finale is fun, it’s messy in all the right ways, and cliffhangers leave us itching for Season 3.
Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 1, “A Normal Amount of Rage,” starts with a whole lot of fun and amusing familial banter.