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 us
Are you still recovering from this week’s episode of The Walking Dead? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. There were so many twists and turns in “Walk With Us” and many heart stopping moments. Pretty surprising, considering it wasn’t a season premiere or finale. The second half of this season has
2020 is full of possibilities. Plenty of new shows will soon fill our TV screens, and have the potential to provide us with new favorite characters and ships. We also have all our favorite shows either resuming mid-season or premiering their new season altogether in 2020. All these returning shows
With the winter finale creeping up next Sunday, this week’s episode of The Walking Dead revealed a lot of secrets setting up for a fall out of epic proportions. “Open Your Eyes” had characters doing just that, sometimes with deadly consequences. Oh, and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) directed this episode, again!
Alexandria may seem like the idyllic post-apocalyptic community in The Walking Dead, but we saw this week that there are assholes everywhere. This week’s episode, titled “Silence the Whisperers” was directed by none other than our dearly Abraham himself – Michael Cudlitz. Let’s not forget that Negan killed Abraham –