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‘Quantum Leap’ 1×12 Review: “Let Them Play”

Quantum Leap 1×12 “Let Them Play” is one of those episodes that make it clear that the series puts its philosophy above being just a feel-good show each week. But when you consider that its philosophy is “walk a mile…

The Hallmark Channel Movie Review: ‘Sweeter Than Chocolate’

It is said that love is many things: patient, kind, tenacious, strong. In the Hallmark Channel movie (based off a novel by Lizzie Shane) Sweeter Than Chocolate, however, love is above all brave. After all, it takes courage to open…

Why You Should Be Watching ‘Will Trent’

There’s no shortage of police procedurals on television, so you might be forgiven if another one slipped through the cracks. However, there’s enough going on under the hood of ABC’s newest procedural, Will Trent to make it well worth checking…

‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×12 Review: “Psilo-Sibling”

All families are complicated, but So Help Me Todd 1×12 “Psilo-Sibling” makes it clear the Wrights are more complicated than most. Still, we all have some sort of family-induced baggage. It can be hard to separate who your siblings are…

The Unfortunate Pattern Of TV Shows Lying To Fans

Show runner Dick Wolf is in hot water this week with fans of Law & Order: SVU on Twitter. Digging into the complaints, the current outcry isn’t really a surprise. Take a ship that’s been working on a slow burn…

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×11 Review: “Leap, Die, Repeat”

Some episodes of television just make you want to scream in a combination of excitement, appreciation, and mystery-induced frustration. Quantum Leap 1×11 “Leap, Die, Repeat” was exactly that kind of episode. In fact, if you’ll excuse me for a moment……

Hulu Releases Trailer For ‘History Of The World: Part II’

From Spaceballs to The Producers to Blazing Saddles, Mel Brooks is known for timeless classics that spoof popular genres of film. Fans have been waiting for a sequel to History of the World: Part I since its release in 1981.…

‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×11 Review: “Side Effects May Include Murder”

So Help Me Todd 1×11 “Side Effects May Include Murder” is all about people acting out of character. Or are they? That’s the question that Margaret (Marcia Gay Harden) and Todd (Skylar Astin) have to figure out, in order to…

‘Titanic’ Gets A Shiny New Trailer And Poster For Its 25th Anniversary Re-Release

The RMS Titanic may have infamously only had one voyage across the Atlantic, but its legacy lives on through James Cameron‘s Titanic. It will be celebrating its 25th anniversary with a theatrical re-release in time for Valentine’s Day this year,…

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×10 Review: “Paging Dr. Song”

Quantum Leap was my favorite new show of 2022. My favorite Christmas gift was a really good bottle of mulled wine. I brought the two together when watching Quantum Leap 1×10 “Paging Dr. Song” because – as the episode reminds…

‘So Help Me Todd’ 1×10 Review: “The Devil You Know”

Todd and Margaret have to revisit the past to move forward in So Help Me Todd 1×10 but only one of them is forgiving of that fact.

‘Quantum Leap’ 1×09 Review: “Fellow Travelers”

Everyone has those shows that they just look forward to every week because they make them happy. Quantum Leap 1×09 “Fellow Travelers” reminded me why this show is mine. It didn’t hurt that it called forth a common trope of…

Fangirlish 2022 End of the Year Lists: Movies We’re Looking Forward To In 2023

We know we’re not the only ones who plan out our moviegoing schedule a year in advance. Are we? With so many good films on the horizon in 2023, we’re already booking our calendars now. Here are some films we’re…

‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Spoiler-Free Review: Hercule Poirot Meets KFC

Rian Johnson‘s 2019 film, Knives Out, was a surprise hit that led to a two-picture deal with Netflix to continue to series. Which leads us to Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. It stars Daniel Craig as Benoit Blanc –…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Wrapped Up In Love’

After all the movies about gingerbread, reconnecting with your roots, and even dancing, Lifetime’s Wrapped Up in Love – part of It’s a Wonderful Lifetime – has one final reminder not to lose sight of what’s important this holiday season.…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘The Holiday Dating Guide’

Are there rules to falling in love? According to a seemingly endless number of books, some people certainly think so. Truth be told, there’s something comforting in the thought. If you follow a simple series of rules, you can find…

Fangirlish End of Year Lists: Our Favorite Christmas Movies of 2022

Between Hallmark, Lifetime, Netflix, and every other streaming service on the planet, there are approximately 80 bajillion new Christmas movies every year. We at Fangirlish did our level best to watch every single one of them. You could accuse us…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘A Christmas To Treasure’

The holidays are a nostalgic time. So it’s no surprise that so many Christmas movies center around the idea of reconnecting with your roots and embracing your past. In fact, A Country Christmas Harmony, another film in this year’s slate…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Record Breaking Christmas’

How far would you go to save a place you really love? In Record Breaking Christmas, part of the It’s a Wonderful Lifetime film collection this year, a small town has to answer that very question. Like so many small…

Fangirlish 2022 End Of Year Lists: Best TV Moments Of The Year

Every year, there are those moments on television that blow you away. Moments that you’ll remember, long after the series is done. As we bring 2022 to a close, everyone at Fangirlish has been reflecting on our favorite TV moments…

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Scentsational Christmas’

They say the sense of smell is the most closely tied to memory, and candles are festive, so it should come as no surprise that Lifetime’s It’s a Wonderful Lifetime made a movie about both with Scentsational Christmas. Also, with…