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Lawyer. Writer. Columnist. Geek. Eternal optimist. Fangirl since the dawn of time. Hates the color yellow, olives and cigarettes. Has a recurring nightmare where she’s forced to choose between sports and books. Falls in love with fictional characters.

Anna Leong Brophy, Lewis Tan and Patrick Gibson Talk Coming into ‘Shadow And Bone’ Season 2

Shadow and Bone’s Anna Leong Brophy, Lewis Tan and Patrick Gibson discuss stepping into their roles in the show’s second season.

Jessie Mei Li, Daisy Head and Ben Barnes Talk Character Growth in Season 2 of ‘Shadow and Bone’

We talked to Jessie Mei Li, Daisy Head and Ben Barnes about Season 2 of Shadow and Bone and how their characters have changed.

Jesse Spencer Set to Return to ‘Chicago Fire’ And We Have Questions

Jesse Spencer is returning to Chicago Fire for one episode, and as happy as we are — we have a lot of questions about what this means.

See An Exclusive Clip From The Penultimate Episode of ‘Servant’

A new episode of M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant premieres tomorrow on Apple TV+, and we’ve got a sneak peek of what’s coming.

We’re in Love With the Poster for ‘The Little Mermaid’

We could stare at this poster of The Little Mermaid for hours, and that’s probably what we’re gonna do. You’re welcome to join us.

‘The Good Doctor’ is Ready to Introduce ‘The Good Lawyer’

The Good Doctor is getting ready to introduce The Good Lawyer, and we admit we’re intrigued by the possibility of this spinoff.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 14×14 Review: “Shame”

NCIS: Los Angeles 14×14 “Shame” sends a very clear message of support for the LGBTQ+ community that actually feels genuine.

Watch the Cast of ‘Outer Banks’ Discuss the Season 3 Finale

The cast of Outer Banks is breaking down the Season 3 finale — and honestly, things like this are why we bought DVDs back in the day!

‘Dreamer’ Review: Even in the Darkest Moments, There’s Hope

Dreamer is more than a movie that examines a sad, real life event, it’s an exploration of the human condition and how we hold onto hope.

Is Anyone Suprised No ‘Perfect Match’ Couple Made it?

Netflix’s Perfect Match was total chaos — and it apparently got even worse after the show ended. Who knew that was even possible?

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×15 Review: “Blood and Honor”

Chicago P.D. 10×15 “Blood and Honor” shines a spotlight on an Adam Ruzek that has found not just his purpose, but his place in the world.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×15 Review: “Damage Control”

Chicago Fire 11×15 “Damage Control” is the first episode without Severide, and though it works, the question is — for how long?

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×15 Preview: “Damage Control”

Chicago Fire 11×15 “Damage Control” looks ready to emotionally manipulate us — and we would like to opt out, please and thank you.

‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ 2×15 Review: “Good Samaritan”

NCIS: Hawai’i 2×15 “Good Samaritan” reminds us of what the NCIS franchise does better than any other — give us the good kind of growth.

FBI International’s Heida Reed Talks New Romance & Undercover Dreams

FBI: International’s Jamie Kellett might be embarking on a new romance, but Heida Reed is still rooting for Jamie and Scott.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×15 Preview: “Blood and Honor”

Chicago P.D. 10×015 “Blood and Honor” seems to be bringing some undercover drama for Adam — when all we want is Dad! Adam.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 14×13 Review: “A Farewell to Arms”

NCIS: Los Angeles 14×13 “A Farewell to Arms” is a classic episode of the show, with some Kilbride thrown in to spice it up.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×14 Review: “Run Like Hell”

Chicago Fire 11×14 “Run Like Hell” tries to sell us both Vallo and Carver, and we’re not here for either of those two things.

‘Chicago P.D.’ 10×14 Review: “Trapped”

Chicago P.D 10×14 “Trapped,” the 200th episode of the show, finally allows Kim Burgess to be at the center of her own trauma.

‘Outer Banks’ Season 3 Review: Uneven, But Satisfying

Outer Banks Season 3 is an uneven, if ultimately satisfying journey that establishes new dynamics and reconceptualizes old ones.

‘Chicago Fire’ 11×14 Preview: “Run Like Hell” 

We don’t really like where Chicago Fire 11×14 “Run Like Hell” is going — with either Stella and Carver, or Violet and Gallo. But, Trudy’s here!