We’re super excited for you to watch Enola Holmes. We’ve already waxed poetic about it in our advanced review, and we will surely have a lot more to say once we can actually, you know, talk spoilers. But we can at least talk pretty pictures today, because Netflix has releasedRead More →

This is the way. Or, at least, the plan for ABC going into the last few months of the year. Some dramas are coming back in November – which seems to fit the standard for the industry – some are not coming back at all (sorry Stumptown, there’s really nothingRead More →

Ships. In entertainment, and especially, in fandom, we live and die by them. Which is why every Friday, we’ll be focusing on a couple, analyzing why we ship them, and overall, just proclaiming our eternal love for those couples that make us say: I will go down with this ship.Read More →

It’s been a little under a decade since Jude Law starred in Contagion, but we’re now all living in Contagion, and if you ever wondered if Law understands the irony of this, the answer is a resounding yes. Appearing on The Jimmy Fallon show, Law talked about living in thisRead More →

Talk about smashing news! Tatiana Maslany, better known for Orphan Black, has landed the title role in the upcoming She-Hulk series, Deadline is reporting. Kat Coiro had previously been announced to direct multiple episodes of the Disney+ series, while Rick and Morty writer Jessica Gao is set to lead the writersRead More →

There was something about Departure season 1, now streaming on Peacock, that grabbed me and didn’t let me go. It might have been Archie Panjabi, who always plays characters who feel strong and vulnerable, real and unimaginably cool. It might have been the way they resisted taking the easy wayRead More →

I’ve known Jana McKewen for a few years. I knew of Jana McKewen even before that. How, you ask? Well, as most people involved in a fandom – any fandom – I have read fanfiction. Have you ever – on your fifth re-read of your favorite 250K fanfic – gone:Read More →

With only a little over three months to go in the year that won’t end, in the middle of the quarantine that won’t end, we’re all looking forward to the entertainment that’s going to fill our endless day of not really socializing because, you know, killer virus. And Disney+ isRead More →

Outlander Season 4

When Starz first announced the Outlander End of Summer Series, we all quickly zeroed in on episode 4 as the one we really wanted to watch. The rest was interesting, there’s no arguing against that, but what we really wanted was to catch up with …well, Caitriona and Sam. TheyRead More →

Let us be clear, we all celebrated Gina Carano’s Cara Dune in The Mandalorian. We were all happy to see someone like her, a physically strong woman who doesn’t always fit Hollywood’s standards of beauty, get a chance to shine. But just because you like a character doesn’t mean youRead More →

The second part of DCFandome took place last weekend, and there was a lot of information released about some of our favorite shows, from Stargirl to the hotly anticipated Superman and Lois, to, of course, Lucifer, which IS a DC property. But one of the best parts of the LuciferRead More →

Dame Diana Rigg, who played Emma Peel in the TV series The Avengers; Countess Teresa di Vicenzo, wife of James Bond, in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service; and Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones. passed away this week at 82. Today, we celebrate her legacy, her wit and, of course …herRead More →

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Another week down, who knows how many more to go? And yes, you are not the only one who feels like they might have watched every show to ever exist. It’s just unlikely that you actually have. But it’s okay, you don’t have to go back and try to findRead More →

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I’m personally not one for spooky movies, or, you know, Halloween in general, but I’m pretty sure I’m the minority and you’re all excited about the new movies/shows Netflix is bringing to celebrate the holiday, so I’m just going to list them here and then just …go pretend they don’tRead More →