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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×07 Review: ‘The Other Side’

This episode of The Handmaid’s Tale dives into the day June and Hannah were ripped away from Luke as they try to escape the new regime taking over the United States. It’s a gut wrenching episode as we catch up with…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×06 Review: ‘A Woman’s Place’

Now well into its first season, The Handmaid’s Tale delivers an episode that explores outside the boarders of Gilead while providing backstory for one of the most complex characters: Serena Joy. Straying from the original novel, The Handmaid’s Tale gives us something…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×05 Review: ‘Faithful’

In the latest installment of The Handmaid’s Tale, Serena Joy is willing to break the rules in order to get Offred pregnant. Meanwhile Offred and Nick grow closer while Ofglen, now Ofsteven resurfaces. It’s an episode that expertly utilizes the past…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×04 Review: ‘Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum’

As if The Handmaids Tale couldn’t get more terrifying, episode four forces you deep inside Offred’s head in a truly chilling hour. After being reprimanded by Serena Joy, Offred is forced into isolation. Alone in her head with no way out, The…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Snags An Early Season Two Renewal

“Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum.” Yesterday, Hulu gave the new hit series The Handmaid’s Tale an early season two renewal just ahead of their fourth episode. Season two of the hit Hulu drama will return for in 2018. Starring Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×03 Review: ‘Late’

In just three episodes, The Handmaid’s Tale has solidified itself as one of the best new TV series of 2017. While episodes one and two are jaw-dropping, episode three of The Handmaid’s Tale entitled “Late” will leave you speechless. There are several…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Episode Two Review: ‘Birth Day’

After a swift dive into the Republic of Gilead in episode one, The Handmaid’s Tale plunges audiences deeper into the world in episode two. Following up an impeccable premiere episode, The Handmaid’s Tale doesn’t give fans a time to breathe or process, instead…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×01 Review: ‘Offred’

During televisions long history there have been several shows that have been so timely it’s scary. All in the Family discussed politics in the 1970s, Homeland deals with our greatest fears with terrorism, but there is something eerily timely about…

Five Things We Learned at James Corden & The Late, Late Show PaleyFest Panel

On March 22, 2017, The Late, Late Show with James Corden took over the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the first ever late night talk show panel at PaleyFest. Moderated by The West Wing and Transparent star Bradley Whitford, the panel included Host and…

Ten Ways To Make It Through This Epic #Droughtlander

Drought-lander: /drout,landər/  noun: a prolonged period of time without new episodes of Outlander. noun: an exceptional amount of time to not see Jamie and Claire Fraser A few weeks ago, Outlander fans were given the sad news that the show would not return…

Year in Review: Ten Times ‘Little Mix’ Conquered in 2016

As we wrap up 2016, it’s time to look back at some of our favorite moments. From TV to film to music, 2016 gave us a lot to celebrate, but there’s one group in particular we have to give a…

‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Review: “Spring”

After sobbing through Richard’s funeral in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’s “Winter,” “Spring” is one of the more uplifting portions of the revival. While this episode deals with Lorelai and Emily continuing to work through their issues, and…

My Giant Love/Hate Letter to The Walking Dead

Beware MAJOR Walking Dead spoilers ahead… The Walking Dead is my favorite show to say the very least. Anyone who holds a conversation with me longer than five minutes will learn this very quickly. My love for this show defies anyone’s…

Why This Is Us Breaks Through The Crowded Fall TV Season

Don’t get me wrong, I love superhero and sci-fi television as much as the next person. My walls are covered with Arrow and The Walking Dead memorabilia, I read comics whenever I can, and I re-watch episodes like a crazy…

10 TV Shows We Wish Lasted Much Longer

With a new TV season just around the corner, I’m sure everyone is on their last run of summer binge watching. Summer is always a great time to catch up on shows you missed throughout the year or watch new…

Scream Queens : 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC

Scream Queens fans rejoice! The cult-favorite FOX show will not only be returning for a second season, but it will also return to SDCC this year for another action packed panel. Debuting last season on FOX, the first season of…

Prison Break : 5 Questions We Want Answered at SDCC

It has been seven years since the fan-favorite FOX drama, Prison Break, ended its original run, but not a day goes by that fans don’t miss Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies) and…

TV Shows That Made Me Who I Am Today

I grew up in a world of magic. A world where female characters are strong and brave, true love exists and the possibilities are endless. Most children grow up wanting to play a sport or play an instrument or a…

Binge Watching vs. Weekly Episodes: What Do You Prefer?

From watching a TV show live to binge-watching, fans consume television in so many different ways. Binge-watching seems to be a lot of people’s go to choice. Not having to wait week after week for an episode is a dream…