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The Tale of a Slow Burn: 26 Times Stydia Stole Our Hearts

It started like any other love story: Boy meets girl. Girl doesn’t know boy exists. Boy swoons from afar. It seemed hopeless for our heroes at the beginning but this love story took time to build and man, was it…

Insult to Injury: The Tale of the Implosion of ‘Veronica Mars’

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to piss off an insane amount of people at one time, just ask Rob Thomas. After Hulu’s early release of the Veronica Mars reboot on July 19th, Marshmallows all over the world raced…

‘Veronica Mars’ Reboot Review: How to ruin a 15 year franchise in less than 15 minutes

Before I even get my engines revved, if you haven’t watched the eight episode Veronica Mars reboot, now streaming on Hulu, turn back now. This is a no holds barred review and I don’t want to spoil the series for…

10 Times “America’s Ass” Made Our Hearts Skip A Beat

Steve Rogers, aka Captain America doesn’t just save the lives of innocents when fighting forces of evil but he’s been saving us all since the very first time he graced our screens in Captain America: The First Avenger. Here are…

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: A Feeling of Uneasiness

It’s taken me a couple of days to write my review for the Netflix movie and in a way, I’m happy I waited. Yesterday, I decided to take a look through the #ExtremelyWicked tag on Twitter and it was what…

Cancelled 2018 TV Shows We’ll Definitely Miss

TV series cliffhangers. We’ve all been a victim to this horrible disservice at least once in our TV watching years. That evil moment when a show is cancelled and you never get to see what happens to your favorite characters.…

‘The Brave: 5 Things We Want From Season 2

The Brave’s first season was pure perfection! It took a deeper dive into the happenings on the front line as well as the quick thinking and decision making by the analyst in DC. For only a 13 episode season, the…

‘The Brave’ 1×13 Review: Close To Home – Part 2

“Maybe hell is the perfect memory of everything that we’ve ever done.” There are episodes that we see on TV that are fleeting, episodes that we see but don’t remember or never truly reach us. Then there are some that…

Dean Georgaris Talks ‘The Brave’: The Spirit of the Military

The Brave has broken the mold on what a military show should look like. With its star studded cast, amazing technical advisors and phenomenal writing crew, this show was destined to be great. But what truly makes it a success…

‘The Brave’ 1×12 Review: Close To Home – Part 1

“You’re a born liar and a master manipulator.” “Close To Home: Part 1” is one of the first episodes where I wasn’t left breathless and I think that was done on purpose. With the start of The Brave’s two part…

‘The Brave’ 1×11 Review: Grounded

“You know what, in our line of work, I think experience…it comes at a pretty steep cost…I lost sight of what made me better than them. I don’t know if we have to have a dark side to do what…

‘The Brave’ 1×10 Review: Desperate Measures

“I will give you nothing.” Once again, The Brave has me redacting my previous statement of “Desperate Times” being the best episode to date because the Monday night’s mid-season premiere of “Desperate Measures” officially takes that title. The tenth episode…

12 of the Best TV Moments of 2017

For all the heartbreaking and tear inducing moments outlined in our previous article, there are just as many uplifting, beautiful, blissful moments that take our breath away. This year most definitely didn’t disappoint and gave fans some amazing on-screen moments…

Never Stop Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness

I recently wrote an article on the amazing work and campaign from Chris Wood in his fight to end the stigma surrounding mental health. The I Don’t Mind movement has already touched so many people all over the world and is…

‘The Brave’ 1×09 Fall Finale Review: Improvise

“There is no mission weighed as carefully or subjected to as much scrutiny as the one we are tasked with today…the targeted killing of another human being.” Forty-plus days; that’s how long we have to wait to see what happens…

‘The Brave’ 1×08 Review: Stealth

“You know, Top, working undercover taught me that the best way to manipulate people is to nudge them to act according to their own nature. With this plan, you’re counting on the Spetsnaz to be good at their job. You’re…

‘The Brave’ 1×07 Review: Faith & Resiliency

“Wise man once said, ‘without struggle, there’s no progress.’ If you don’t have a little bit of adversity, you never learn to cultivate resiliency.” I’m honestly at a loss of words to express how much The Brave’s latest episode, “It’s…

‘The Brave’ 1×06 Review: “Covers”

“So how’s it feel to be a superhero?” “Not as sexy as I thought.” A “cover”; something one would expect from a special operations team. But The Brave’s sixth episode, “The Seville Defection” wasn’t just about Dalton and his team’s…

‘The Brave’ 1×05 Review: “Family”

“Courage? No, you and your team are the courageous ones.” I only have one word for this episode of The Brave: emotional. “Enhanced Protection” is my favorite episode to date, though let’s be real, I feel that way every week…

‘The Brave’ 1×04 Review: “Choices”

“It’s your choice.” A statement that is so simple yet contains so much meaning, especially in yesterday’s episode of The Brave. “Your choice” resonated with me throughout this episode because every choice a member of the team made, the outcome…

#IDontMind Starting the Conversation, Do You?

“Your mind matters. Talk about it.” Mental health is something that touches almost every single person in the world in some kind of way. Whether it’s a loved one, a co-worker, a friend or even you, there is someone struggling…