‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×06 Review: “The Crime Scene”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Crime Scene” saw Rosa opening up and making real progress in accepting her bisexual life, sharing it with others, and reconnecting with her mother. It’s the kind of progress we’ve been hoping for Rosa. And from one…

‘Blindspot’ 4×06 Review: “Ca-ca-Candidate for Cri-Cri-Crime”

We’re back one more week, blindspotters! After the previous episode, this week Blindspot had us prepared in “Ca-ca-Candidate for Cri-Cri-Crime” an episode that leaves us wanting more. All the tension and the explosion of secrets long stored are concentrated at…

‘Crimes of Grindelwald’: The Theory of Nagini’s Origin Just Got Stronger

If one thing we’ve learned about JK Rowling is that she builds every character of her story to a T. Be it their history since birth, their traits and the reason for their actions – everything is justifiable, with a…

‘The Flash’ 4×13 Review: ‘True Colors’

It was only a matter of time. It was only a matter of time that Barry Allen was freed from Iron Heights. I just didn’t expect it to go down the way it did. In The Flash’s latest hour, we…

‘The Rookie: Feds’ 1×12 Review: “Out for Blood”

The Rookie: Feds 1×12 “Out for Blood” is the worst episode of the show so far. The series plays with true crime… and doesn’t work.

The Trailer For Apple TV+’s ‘John Lennon: Murder Without a Trial’ Is Here

The trailer for John Lennon: Murder Without a Trial is here, and if you’ve ever been interested in what happened — this is a must-watch.

What to Watch: Oxygen’s ‘Prosecuting Evil’

For fans of Cold Justice, Oxygen’s Prosecuting Evil with Kelly Siegler is coming to fill that true-crime void.

’Only Murders in the Building’ Season 3 Releases its Trailer

Only Murders in the Building is almost here! And we have the amazing and mysteriously convoluted season 3 trailer.

Fangirlish Feels of the Week: June 17 – June 23

We watch a lot of TV, so we decided to come together to highlight all those feels of the week that our favorite shows give us.

The Rookie 5×18 Review: “Double Trouble”

The Rookie 5×18 “Double Trouble” tries again to make the show something it isn’t while the Chenford crumbs can’t save a bland episode.

Fangirlish Feels of the Week: January 14 – January 20

We watch a lot of TV, so we decided to come together to highlight all those feels of the week that our favorite shows give us.

Lauren Lyle Talks ‘Karen Pirie’ and Fersali in ‘Outlander’ Season 7

Karen Pirie is one of the best detectives shows ever! We talk with Lauren Lyle to discuss her character and some Outlander tidbits.

Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” Review: ‘Santa Bootcamp’

It’s not often that a feel-good Christmas movie could easily double as a harrowing true crime tale, with only a slight tweak to the plot. Yet that’s where we are with the Lifetime “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” film Santa Bootcamp.…

NCIS: Hawai’i 2×04 Review: “Primal Fear”

NCIS: Hawai’i 2×04 “Primal Fear” is a filler episode, but it’s the kind of filler that brings comfort, and that’s a good thing.

‘Ghosts’ 2×02 Review: “Alberta’s Podcast”

Ghost’s second season is showing no signs of slowing down, with Season 2 Episode 2, ‘Alberta’s Podcast’.

See The Newest Promo & The Character Posters For ‘Amsterdam’

Well, well, you had us at Taylor Swift. You really didn’t have to say anything beyond that. It’s the reason that we’re paying attention to Amsterdam Amsterdam is 20th Century Studios’ and New Regency’s original crime epic, which is set…

Netflix’s ‘Sins of Our Mother’ Shines The Light On A Family Annihilator

Those who follow true crime know that there are crimes that break your heart and crimes that infuriate you. Then there are crimes that manage to do both. Netflix’s documentary series, Sins of Our Mother, is firmly in the latter…

‘The Sandman’ 1×07 Review: “The Doll’s House”

With the first arc of the season concluded, the series takes an episode to do a little ground building, set up the major plots for the back half. Which isn’t to imply that the episode is anything less than excellent.…

Pedro Pascal and David Harbour On A Show Together? Where Do We Sign?

Pedro Pascal and David Harbour together on a show? Where do we sign? Because we don’t care what it’s about, we’re watching.

Why We’re Excited For ‘Dr. Death’ Season 2

I’ve watched a lot of true crime television in my day, believe me. And, if I’m perfectly honest, they kind of run together after a while. (Which is admittedly sad to think about, given that these were real people whose…

‘Only Murders in the Building’ 2×01 and 2×02 Review: A Reminder of Why We Love This Show

While Only Murders in the Building is a bit different from your typical crime shows, it still fits the bracket and brings something more.