Another year, another San Diego Comic-Con in the books. Although this one was far from ordinary. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, SDCC went virtual this year with SDCC @ Home, where it live-streamed panels from some of our favorite shows. Given Fangirlish’s annual presence at SDCC, it was difficult for usRead More →

'Motherland: Fort Salem' is Coming Back for Season 2

Motherland: Fort Salem is coming back for season 2 according to the official Twitter channel for the Freeform series. And we can all breathe a sigh of relief knowing that we’re going to be getting more of the adventures of Raelle, Tally, and Abigail. And this is us speculating, evenRead More →

'Motherland: Fort Salem' 1x09 Review: "Coup"

Motherland: Fort Salem‘s “Coup” saw the witches of Fort Salem doing what they have to do to survive, thrive, and keep alive. This is especially true for General Alder. This warrior witch will do what she has to to keep her hold, no matter the betrayals along the way. AndRead More →

‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ 1x06 Review: “Up is Down”

Motherland: Fort Salem’s “Up is Down” gave us the aftermath of the Bellweather wedding/disaster and dear lord was it a mess and a half! Raelle is climbing the walls trying to find Scylla. Which, who wouldn’t? Tally is broken because she wants to tell her friend about what she knowsRead More →

‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ 1x04 Review: “Hail Beltane”

Our core three and the rest of the women and men of Motherland: Fort Salem dived deep into Beltane, a celebration unlike any other in “EPISODE TITLE.” While some were led down a road of manipulation and lies, others experienced new and wonderful things that will change them forever. AndRead More →

Motherland: Fort Salem “My Witches” took our witches on three seperate journeys that somehow ended up with them being together and stronger for it. Raelle is still being tricked by the Spree mass murderer. Tally is proving that she’s got the power and drive to be the best while beingRead More →

Motherland: Fort Salem’s series premiere was a powerhouse episode that further cements the fact that Freeform is bringing it’s A-game when it comes to fresh, relevant, meaningful, and diverse storytelling. “Say the Words” was but the first step in a show that prides itself in the number of women storiesRead More →