Foundation’s Lou Llobel talks about Gaal Dornick, the message behind the show and the scope of the show in our exclusive interview.
The pictures for Chicago P.D 9×02 “Rage” are here, and it’s all good, we’re not super concerned about that title or anything.
The women of Chicago Fire just have this magic about them. Hanako Greensmith is no exception. Read our exclusive interview!
The pictures for Chicago Fire 10×02 are here, and we can only focus on the Brettsey of it all. What can we say, we love our ships.
So long, Lucifer, and thanks for all the whisky. Or, better yet, thanks for all the love, and all the lessons. We’ll cherish them forever.
Chicago Med returns this week, and though we’re still on the fence about how good this show can be, we were impressed by the premiere.
El Juego de las Llaves is the sex-positive comedy we need in our lives. Insightful and deep while still being funny, this is a must-watch.
Lucifer season 6 takes one important lesson from The Good Place in crafting its ending, and it’s the perfect message to end on.
Lucifer season 6 is a masterclass in how to write couples. Every showrunner out there should be taking notes for the future.
El Juego De Las Llaves is much more than it seems. We talked to star Maite Perroni about what to expect in season 2.
Sex Education season 3 elevates this show from good to great and perhaps from just emotional to life-altering. We review.
Lucifer season 6 gave us some Deckerstar sex …and there’s a particular scene the internet cannot stop talking about.
New Amsterdam returns for season 4 with an episode that’s truly predictable in some ways – good and bad – and utterly impossible to predict at others.
We talked to D.B Woodside about season 6 of Lucifer, Amenadiel’s fate, and getting a chance to direct. Don’t miss it!
We talked to Lucifer’s Aimee Garcia about the journey of Ella Lopez, the ending of Lucifer Season 6 and why this last season is special.
Farah Naz Rishi’s It All Comes Back to You is the kind of book that will put a smile on your face and makes sure it stays.
The Deckerstar goodbye on Lucifer season 6 might just be the most beautiful – and heartbreaking – scene on TV this year.
Chicago P.D returns next week, and the premiere brings both closure and a lot of questions. We preview the episode.
Lucifer season 6 had way too little Trixie Espinoza, and her absence is the one thing we would change about the season.
Chicago Fire is returning for season 10 in ten days, and we’ve got some teases to get you excited about the season to come.