After a two-week break, The 100 is back to continue its final journey with “A Little Sacrifice.” Honestly, a two-week hiatus is exactly what I needed. For anyone who’s read my reviews of this season so far, I’ve been a bit displeased with how it’s turned out. However, the two-weekRead More →

After that mind-blowing prequel episode, it’s back to business as usual on The 100 7×09 “The Flock.” Which means dealing with a hostage situation on Sanctum and filling in the missing time on Bardo. I was hoping that after seeing the brief reunion last week that we may finally beRead More →

After a long wait and a lot of hype, The 100 prequel is finally here. This episode served as the backdoor pilot for The 100’s spin-off series that I’m guessing will be called “Second Dawn.” While we still don’t know whether it will be picked up to series, it wasRead More →

It’s another week of playing catch up on The 100. This time, it’s Diyoza and the period she spent on Planet Bardo. We learned what exactly happened after they captured her and, spoiler alert, it involved a lot of torture and escape attempts. If Anders and the people of BardoRead More →

Looks like we may have reached the first death of the final season. And I really hope it won’t stick. We have crash-landed onto Planet Bardo (just another planet we get to explore this season). However, unlike Planet Beta, Planet Bardo seems to be a thriving and much more interestingRead More →

Up until a couple of days ago, I had the distinct pleasure of not having cable or internet for a week thanks to Comcast. Not only did that make moving a lot harder, but it also meant I wasn’t able to watch the third episode of the seventh season ofRead More →

The second episode of The 100’s final season answered a lot of questions – but also gave us a bunch of new ones. I’m not entirely sure how I feel about the whole anomaly storyline especially after this episode. As someone who genuinely liked the City of Light story inRead More →

One down, fifteen more to go in the final season of The CW’s The 100. The 100 excels in their premieres and finales – the season seven premiere was no exception. We picked up literally right where we left off in the season six finale. Octavia was just taken byRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

Always and forever. Or, at least, that’s how long I’ll ship Nathan Scott and Haley James Scott. The power couple of One Tree Hill, Nathan and Haley have solidified my belief that love exists. Throughout the nine seasons of One Tree Hill, Nathan and Haley continued to defy the oddsRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →