Exclusive: Interview With ‘Harlem’ Writer/Creator Tracy Oliver

We recently had the opportunity to sit down for a quick chat with Harlem writer and creator Tracy Oliver to talk about the show.

‘The Wheel of Time’ 1×05 Review: “Blood Calls Blood”

There’s a false Dragon in the city, and perhaps the true one, too. All travelers converge in Tar Valon in “Blood Calls Blood.”

‘Alex Rider’ 2×02 Review: “Hunt”

Alex Rider 2×02 “Hunt” shows us how our ties with the people we love are the key to saving us when everything gets too dark.

‘Alex Rider’ 2×01 Review: “Surf”

Alex Rider 2×01 “Surf” begins the season dealing with the season finalle. New mysteries and secrets come into play and only the family matters

6 Reasons To Watch Amazon Prime’s ‘Harlem’

Harlem, the new series written and created by Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip) is out now and we think this show is definitely one to watch.

‘With Love’ Releases Official Trailer

The trailer for the holiday anthology series With Love is out, and we’re super excited to experience everything that’s coming our way.

‘Alex Rider’ Season 2 Advanced Review: “The Past In The Present”

Alex Rider week is here! We start with an advanced review of this incredible season that will leave you glued to the couch. Ready?

‘The Wheel of Time’ Double Review 1×03 and 1×04: “A Place of Safety” & “The Dragon Reborn”

The Wheel of Time TV series hardly concerns itself with the number one fantasy rule: never split the party. We now follow 3 stray groups.

‘The Wheel of Time’ 1×02 Review: “Shadow’s Waiting”

An abandoned city void of sound or life doesn’t seem like the best place to hide, but The Wheel of Time’s epic travel party has no choice.

‘The Wheel of Time’ 1×01 Review: “Leavetaking”

Avid watchers of genre shows know you always have to commit to 4 episodes. It didn’t take that many for The Wheel of Time.

‘The Wheel of Time’ Preview: For the Love of God, Stop Comparing it to ‘Game of Thrones’

I’m infuriated. INFURIATED. Reading the previews for The Wheel of Time series premiering on Amazon this week has me left me seeing red. I gained access to screeners a little late due to a wild tale involving multi-factor authentication mishaps…

See The Trailer For Amazon Prime Videos New Show ‘Harlem’

The trailer for Amazon Prime’s #Harlem is good. This show looks amazing. We’ll definitely be watching.

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ 1×08 Review “Your Next Life Could Be So Much Happier”

We feel joy that I Know What You Did Last Summer is over especially after that rushed end in 1×08 “Your Next Life Could Be So Much Happier.”

Camila Cabello Releases Her Cover Of ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’

Camila Cabello singing ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’ is everything we needed for the holiday cheer.

Tom Wright & Jacqueline Obradors Added To The Cast Of ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’

#DaisyJonesAndTheSix is a great book. We’re looking forward to the adaptation. See who else has been added to the cast!

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ 1×06 Review: “Least You Had a Spare”

I Know What You Did Last Summer 1×06 “Least You Had a Spare” begs a conversation about the racial undertones and more of this show.

Beth Riesgraf and Christian Kane Talk ‘Leverage: Redemption’ Season 1B BTS Secrets

Leverage: Redemption season 1B set the bar high! We interview Christian Kane and Beth Riesgraf and they review the best from season 1.

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ 1×05 Review: “Snak ‘n Stuff”

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ 1×05 “Snak ‘n Stuff” sees the aftermath of “Alison’s” funeral and reveals more secrets.

‘Leverage: Redemption’ 1×16 Review: “The Harry Wilson Job”

Leverage: Redemption 1×16 “The Harry Wilson Job” brilliantly closes season 1, marking a before and after and leaving us wanting more.

‘Leverage: Redemption’ 1×15 Review: “The Muddy Waters Job”

In Leverage: Redemption 1×15 “The Muddy Waters Job” while Maria and Eliot’s relationship stagnates, Harry must face his decisions.

‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ 1×01 – 1×04 Review: It’s Better Than the Movies

I Know What You Did Last Summer remake is better than the movies and we regret not one word of that! Read our review of the first 4 episodes!