It’s hard to believe that there’s only three episodes of ‘Better Call Saul’ left this season, yes you read that right, only THREE already. These seasons are so jam packed that the episodes just fly by, especially since there are only 10 episodes in each season. Because of the numberRead More →

The reference to Saul Goodman being “a criminal lawyer who’s actually a criminal” is a famous line from Jesse Pinkman in ‘Breaking Bad’. It’s the audience’s first introduction to the character Saul Goodman, and the moment that he decides to join himself with Walt and Jesse, a decision that willRead More →

Every episode this season has a main purpose of  bringing Jimmy closer to becoming Saul Goodman, and “Something Beautiful” gave him another big push in that direction. Jimmy is clearly coping with his debilitating feelings of loss and guilt by giving into his bad habits and old lifestyle. Planning andRead More →

The identity of the bones in the duffle bag was finally revealed in the season 5 finale, “Sutton Ross,” and it’s definitely a game changer, albeit one that the fans called ages ago. The Raymond Reddington we’ve known since the beginning of the series isn’t actually Raymond Reddington, that’s whoRead More →

We’re only one episode away from The Blacklist season finale, and NBC has released the photos for “Lawrence Dane Devlin.” Last week’s episode ended on a cliffhanger as Samar was taken captive by a violent cult, and the Task Force is beginning a desperate search for her, one that willRead More →

This week’s Blacklist, “Nicholas T. Moore” was definitely a strange one. It was a Blacklist meets The X Files type of episode. The cult that kidnapped Samar was an incredibly creepy and violent one who labelled anyone outside their community as “The Olo.” If anyone tried to venture outside of theRead More →

This week’s new Blacklist “Zarak Mosadek” dropped an absolute bombshell. After Liz and Aram followed a lead on Ian Garvey, they discovered that he checked in on the same woman at a restaurant every day. Liz thought this meeting had something to do with the Nash Syndicate, but the womanRead More →

In this week’s all new Blacklist, The Task Force is headed to Paris. NBC has released the photos for “Zarak Mosadek” and it looks to be an action packed hour as Red and the Task Force follow a lead on Ian Garvey. Episodes in which the team gets to leaveRead More →

In “Anna Gracia Duerte” The Blacklist tackled the sensitive topic of child brides and arranged marriages. “Anna Gracia Duerte” a 17 year old girl, was the target the Task Force was after. She had been a child bride, forced by her parents to marry the man who raped her inRead More →

The Blacklist finally returns tonight after a two week long unexpected break, and I couldn’t be happier! NBC has released the photos for “Anna Gracia Duerte,” and it looks like things are heating up as the Task Force works to bring down Ian Garvey. When we left the characters last,Read More →

This week’s episode, “The Capricorn Killer” may have been the most gruesome one that The Blacklist has ever delivered. The woman who Liz thought was just her FBI psychologist assigned to evaluate her for reinstatement into the bureau, turned out to be secretly leading a team who killed serial killers.Read More →

NBC has released the photos for this week’s new Blacklist, “The Capricorn Killer.” After Liz discovered the identity of Tom’s killer last week, unfortunately at the cost of Detective Singleton’s life, this week she, Red, and the Task Force will be doing everything they can to bring him to justice.Read More →

This week’s Blacklist, “Pattie Sue Edwards” was a solid episode. Not one of the season’s best, but still enjoyable. The most shocking moment came at the end of the episode when Detective Singleton was kidnapped and murdered by his boss, Ian Garvey, code name Damascus. Liz and Singleton, with Aram’s help,Read More →