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‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Review: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

One word that fully encompasses Teen Wolf: The Movie: underwhelming. Read our review of the good, the bad, and the ugly from the film.

‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’: The Pack is Glad to Be Back in Behind-the-Scenes Clip

Paramount+’s Teen Wolf: The Movie is less than two weeks away and the cast reflects on their journey and how thrilled they are to return.

Fangirlish 2022 End Of Year Lists: 15 Perfect Songs to Start the Year

No matter what emotion you’re feeling or what phase of your life you’ve reached, we have a song for you to kick off the 2023 season.

Is ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Giving Us Void Allison?!

Teen Wolf: The Movie brings back fan favourites and new additions to fight back against Beacon Hills’ deadliest threat.

Reasons to Watch: “Catherine, Called Birdy”

Need a feel-good, funny, warm movie this season? Look no further than the witty, patriarchal-crushing film, Catherine, Called Birdy.

Book Review: ‘Dating Dr. Dil’ by Nisha Sharma

Fake dating, friendship, maybe love? What could go wrong? Oh, and a pani puri contest. Nisha Sharma’s Dating Dr. Dil has it all.

‘Transplant’ Cumulative Review: 2×11-2×13

Transplant’s final three episodes bring about swift change for the York Memorial Team through new opportunities and emotional farewells.

“Wedding Season” Review: Families and Future’s

Take it from a South Asian, weddings are not. fun. They bring too many people and too many aunties- yes, I choose to believe that aunties and people are not the same, considering only one of them has a soul.…

Book Review: ‘The Trouble With Hating You’ by Sajni Patel

The Trouble With Hating You by Sajni Patel delivers a rom-com that challenges the stigmas surrounding the South-Asian culture.

Exclusive Interview: Mehwish Hayat on Pakistani Representation and ‘Ms. Marvel’

Ms. Marvel’s Mehwish Hayat speaks about the ins and outs of the role and the global impact the show is having on Pakistani-Muslim inclusion.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×06 Review: “No Normal”

Ms. Marvel 1×05 “No Normal” gives us a gratifying season finale that encapsulates the message of family.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×05 Review: “Time and Again”

Ms. Marvel’s 1×05 “Time and Again” is the penultimate episode of the season and takes us back to where Kamala’s story truly began.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×04 Review: “Seeing Red”

Ms. Marvel’s 1×04 “Seeing Red” is the first episode set in Karachi, bringing us a different set and cultural intensity.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×03 Review: “Destined”

Ms. Marvel 1×03 “Destined” explores Kamala’s whirlwind emotions as she grapples with the reality of her powers.

‘Transplant’ 2×10 Review: “Shadows”

‘Transplant’ 2×10 “Shadows” forces the doctors to navigate through the hospital’s unseen- literally, there’s a blackout.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×02 Review: “Crushed”

Ms. Marvel’s 1×02 “Crushed” focuses on a whole host of emotions, with subtle and specific references to the Pakistani-Muslim culture.

‘Ms. Marvel’ 1×01 Review: “Generation Why”

Ms. Marvel’s 1×01 “Generation Why” emphasizes Kamala’s challenges of being a fangirling teenager in a quirky desi family.

Ms. Marvel: A Pakistani-Muslim Woman’s Expectations

Ms. Marvel is a notable milestone for South-Asian individuals everywhere, but it’s mainly a momentous occasion for Pakistani Muslims.

‘Transplant’ 2×09 Review: “Between”

‘Transplant’ 2×09 “Between” navigates the helplessness of being stuck as the doctors scramble to remedy patients and personal lives.

Book Review: ‘Ayesha at Last’ By Uzma Jalaluddin

‘Ayesha at Last’ brings together the ruthless marriage market, busybody aunties, lost dreams, retribution, and a whole lot of Shakespeare.

‘Transplant’ 2×08 Review: “Scars”

Transplant 2×08 “Scars” showcases survival. This episode focuses on the physical and emotional scars of fighting demons. The doctors and the patients relate to one another as they struggle to overcome their past and focus on a future beyond the…