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Ready? Because this week’s The Morning Show, episode 5 entitled “No one’s gunna harm you, not while I’m around” is all about putting your game face on. Most of the episode is about the Times piece that will go out about the whole Mitch situation – and everyone’s anticipation aboutRead More →

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Hallelujah! It’s all coming together! My biggest complaint literally all season for Evil has been that every storyline seems to be so disjointed from the rest. But finally- finally, in episode 7 entitled “Vatican III” we see a couple of things start to shift. We have known that a greaterRead More →

The Mandalorian is sticking to its guns (or blasters, rather) with the latest installment in the saga, “The Child.” In my review of “Chapter One,” I pointed out that Star Wars has a history of blending elements from different genres. “The Child,” continues with this approach. Most notably, we haveRead More →

Legacies Season 2 Episode 5 “Screw Endgame” may very well be the best episode of the series yet. It most certainly contains the best decade dance the TVDU has ever seen. Legacies twists the tradition and makes it its own, without sparring fans the romance and shockers.  The big badRead More →

Who doesn’t love The Crown, and who doesn’t love a giveaway? The beloved Netflix series about the English royal family comes back this Sunday, and next Tuesday, Robert Lacey’s The Crown: The Official Companion, volume II, will be released. The book covers seasons 2 (2017) and 3 of the Emmy-winning Netflix drama.Read More →

Supernatural’s “Proverbs 17:3” saw God going for his greatest hits with the return of Lilith to mess up the Winchesters lives once again. Fun times! Sike. I’m tired of God and the way he wants to be a puppet master to Sam and Dean aka his favorite story. On topRead More →

If you haven’t watched Atypical yet and are wondering if you should, I can answer as Sam would throughout Season 3 – it’s not a quandary at all. Though the Netflix show is about a young adult on the autism spectrum, the characters, family dynamics and life challenges all haveRead More →

The first season of The Witcher hasn’t even premiered yet and Netflix has already announced that it will be back for a second season. The Witcher is based on fantasy novels by Andrzej Sapkowski and the video game series. Henry Cavill stars as Geralt of Rivia, Freya Allan as Princess CiriRead More →

There is a lot of goodness in the world and one of those great things in the world are British boys. I know I can’t be the only one in the world that falls weak in the knees at a British accent. It was announced a few days ago thatRead More →

A Million Little Things usually leaves us feeling emotional in a good, healthy, cathartic way. This past week though? We’re left with seething anger and annoyance and it’s all aimed at one person and one person only. A lot of bombs were dropped this week and moments that had ourRead More →

I love a good decades dance. Legacies is going back to the 80’s and we’re loving it. “Screw Endgame” may be favorite episode title ever. ‘80s DECADE DANCE — As the Salvatore School prepares for its upcoming ‘80s-themed decade dance, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) and Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) find themselvesRead More →