Reginald The Vampire season finale is close and we sat down with Mandela Van Peebles and Savannah Basley to talk about what’s in store.
Reginald The Vampire episode is close! We sat down with Em Haine, Aren Buchholz, and Marguerite Hanna to share the message this show has.
Reginald the Vampire is an irreverent new and we sit down with Jacob Batalon to chat about what makes the show different.
Fangirlish spoke with Chucky creator Don Mancini and the cast about telling important stories that make people feel seen.
The House of the Dragon wigs are an absolute disaster that will be remembered for as long as the Arrowverse breathes life.
Wynonna Earp sees the end of an era as Wayhaught get married in the midst of a new witch in Purgatory.
Wynonna Earp’s “Better Dig Two” left us feeling like we just watched an epic season, maybe series, finale.
Wynonna Earp’s “Better Dig Two” sees Wynonna and Waverly trying to very different and dangerous ways to save Purgatory and it’s people.
Wynonna Earp’s “Life Turned Her That Way” was a rough episode about anger, interventions, and transformations.
Wynonna Earp’s “Life Turned Her That Way” sees things taking a turn for the worse again when Waverly is kidnapped by an old foe.
Wynonna Earp’s “Crazy” sees Nicole and Wynonna running from their past mistakes, with one making progress and the other one not.
In Wynonna Earp’s “Crazy” we see the town partaking in a fun trivia night that totally ends up in mystery, murder, and mayhem.
Wynonna Earp’s “Hell Raisin’ Good Time” is proof that this show is as weird as they come and we love it to bits because of it.
Wynonna Earp is back for another week of good ol’ Purgatory fun in 4×08 “Hell Raisin’ Good Time.”
Wynonna Earp’s “Love’s All Over” gave us the bisexual representation our little queer hearts needed in the form of Waverly Earp.
Wynonna Earp’s “Love’s All Over” brought the laughs and the tears in one episode and we’re wondering if it’s some sort of witchcraft?
Wynonna Earp is set to return for the second half of season 4B in “Love’s All Over.” Check out the photos and synopsis before it returns!
Just because Wynonna Earp is cancelled doesn’t mean that the work is over or that change isn’t here. It is. And we’ll forever be grateful for that.
Wynonna Earp will end with season 4, SyFy and showrunner Emily Andras confirmed. And we’re not even trying to hide our tears.
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