Mariah Carey marks the beginning of Christmas. Kinda. Her Christmas special definitely has us spreading holiday cheer. See the trailer!
The Morning Show season 2 ended with a finale that showcased Jennifer Aniston’s talent in ways we’ve never witnessed before as her character, Alex Levy, battled COVID-19. The episode, merely titled “Fever,” was the agonizing reality check, bookending a season…
The penultimate episode of The Morning Show season 2 included what were, quite possibly, some of the most interesting scenes in the series to date. Putting them all together and trying to make any sense out of them sends us,…
The Morning Show 2×08 “Confirmations” was the type of packed hour of television that’s almost impossible to grapple with. More in our review.
The Morning Show 2×07, “La Amara Vita,” gave Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) something resembling closure for an important friendship.
Let’s just dive right in to The Morning Show 2×06 “A Private Person” here. Cory Ellison did a terrible, terrible thing. Let’s talk about it.
Apple TV+ premieres its first three episodes of Invasion and we’re only interested in the wome so far.
The Morning Show 2×05, “Ghosts,” gave viewers a damning look at what happens when reality comes crashing down on the lies we’ve told ourselves. Simply put, it catches up with us, one way or another, and usually not at all…
The Morning Show 2×04 “Kill the Fatted Calf” really spent a lot of time asking an important question: What, exactly, is the right thing to do? Then, as kind of a second part of that overall discussion, the episode left…
The end of the dark forest brings new beginnings as another season comes to a close for the Greyhounds. Check out our review of Ted Lasso 2×12, “Inverting the Pyramid of Success!”
The Morning Show 2×03, “Laura,” saw Daniel Henderson wrapped up in the chaos of people trying to leave Wuhan before lockdown in a continuation of this season’s theme of watching 2020 unfurl with the curse of hindsight. Mitch Kessler was…
Ted Lasso “Midnight Train to Royston” finds new ground to cover with the characters while setting up a confrontational season finale.
We need to celebrate Rebecca, Keeley, and Sassy’s friendship in Ted Lasso and how they succeed at representing female friendships!
We need to talk about The Morning Show just continuing to destroy is. But also…wtf on the “safe spaces” scene in “It’s Like the Flu?”
The Greyhounds come together to support one of their own in Ted Lasso 2×10, “No Weddings and a Funeral.” Check out our review!
We talk to Foundation’s Leah Harvey about her character, Salvor Hardin, and what the message behind the show really is.
Foundation’s Lou Llobel talks about Gaal Dornick, the message behind the show and the scope of the show in our exclusive interview.
There’s something about The Morning Show 2×01 that raises the question of whether or not someone on the writing staff was looking to be deliberately cruel. If they were, mission accomplished. If they weren’t, it still makes for incredibly powerful…
Have you ever wondered what Coach Beard’s late nights look like? Ted Lasso 2×09 “Beard After Hours” delivers! Check out our review!
Ted Lasso 2×08 “Man City” delves into the darkest parts of the characters’ lives in such an honest way that it’ll take your breath away.