Book Review: ‘Your Dream For Me’ By Alison Schaffir

Well, we know that this book was pitched as ‘High School Musical’ meets ‘To All the Boys’ but that definitely wasn’t what this was.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×16 Review: “Acting Up”

Chicago Fire 11×16 “Acting Up” is the best version of an episode this show can give us without Severide. We still miss him, but it works.

Feels of the week

Fangirlish Feels of the Week: March 18 – March 24

We watch a lot of TV, so we decided to come together to highlight all those feels of the week that our favorite shows give us.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×16 Review: “Chinatown”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×16 “Chinatown” sets up some story points that feel familiar, just within a new community—for better or worse.

‘Magnum P.I.’ Interview: Tim Kang

We’ve always love TC on #MagnimPI, but hey, Det. Gordon Katsumoto is making a run for our fave. See our interview with fave Tim Kang.

Unbreakable Genya Safin Shows the Strength of a Ruby in ‘Shadow and Bone’ Season 2

In Shadow and Bone 2×07 “Meet You in the Meadow” David shows to the unbreakable Genya Safin all the love he always felt for her.

Exclusive Interview: ‘The Way Home’ Star Sadie Laflamme-Snow

Sadie Laflamme-Snow is a star. She’s humble AF, super talented, and really holds her own on The Hallmark Channel show, #TheWayHome. Read the interview

‘Law & Order: SVU’ 24×16 Review: “The Presence of Absence”

Law & Order: SVU 24×16 “The Presence of Absence” is the kind of episode you wish were, well…absent. No, seriously. What did we just watch?

‘Shadow and Bone’ 2×08 Review: “No Funerals”

Shadow and Bone 2×08 “No Funerals” feels more like setup for what we hope comes next than a true ending. But it hits some high notes.

‘The Mandalorian’ 3×04 Review: “Chapter 20: The Foundling”

The Mandalorian 3×04 gives fans something they’ve wanted to see amid brisk action. Read all about it in our review!

‘Star Trek: Picard’ 3×06 Review: “The Bounty”

Who is willing to pay “The Bounty” in Star Trek: Picard? Read our review of Star Trek: Picard 3×06 “The Bounty” to find out!

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×16 Review: “Acting Up”

Chicago Fire 11×16 “Acting Up” is the best version of an episode this show can give us without Severide. We still miss him, but it works.

This ‘Hynie’ Interviewed Tyler Hynes & Lived To Tell The Tale

There is a reason why we titled the zoom for this interview ‘Erin Embarrasses Herself’ again. Just saying.

‘True Lies’ 1×04 Review: “Rival Companions”

It isn’t easy to make new friends as an adult. In True Lies 1×04 “Rival Companions,” Helen (Ginger Gonzaga) goes looking for friendship where she perhaps shouldn’t. Putting her husband Harry (Steve Howey) on edge. And possibly in the line…

‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ Shows off Fierce in New Trailer and Photos

Netflix released the trailer for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton History and it’s amazing! In addition, we have some new pics.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×16 Review: “Deadlocked”

Chicago P.D. 10×16 “Deadlocked” is Jesse Lee Soffer’s directorial debut. It’s also a Voight episode. Mixed bag, for sure.

Outlander Season 7

‘Outlander’ Season 7 Gets a Release Date and First Look!

STARZ announced that Outlander season 7 premiere on June 16! The network also releases the first look and some interesting news.

‘Shadow and Bone’ 2×07 Review: “Meet You in the Meadow”

Shadow and Bone 2×07 “Meet You in the Meadow” is the episode where everything — absolutely everything — happens.

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ 4×09 Review: “Road Kill”

This week’s 9-1-1: Lone Star was intense. Maybe one of the most intense episodes of the entire series. In “Road Kill”, Marjan fights for her life after Grant tracks her down, runs her off the road, and tries to murder…

Jesper Fahey Shoots at the Center of His Fear in ‘Shadow and Bone’ Season 2

In Shadow and Bone 2×06 “Ni Weh Sesh (I Have No Heart),” Jesper confronts why he’s hiding who he really is…and what that means for Wesper.

Apparently Tyler Hynes Is A Swiftie (But We All Should Be)

Well, well, everyone is a Swiftie (even if they don’t admit it). Taylor Swift, one of the most iconic entertainers of our time, has music that stays in your mind. Now, it doesn’t normally really shock us when we hear…

‘The Rookie: Feds’ 1×18 Review: “Seeing Red”

The Rookie: Feds 1×18 “Seeing Red” is a fun episode, which focuses more on the personal dynamics of the team than on the action and it works.