Like many people, I watch a lot of true crime. I don’t know why the genre is so popular. I’ve heard a theory that many women, at least, tend to be drawn to true crime because it gives us a…
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Looking for some true crime documentaries to hold you over this summer? Fangirlish has you covered with some on Netflix!
The Rookie 3×07 “True Crime” is the worst episode of the show. It’s an episode where they tell a story that doesn’t interest me.
If you’re anything like me, you’re fascinated by true crime stories. There are certainly plenty of television shows, podcasts, and documentaries within the genre. I watch a lot of true crime shows and listen to a whole plethora of true…
Apple TV+ today revealed the trailer for Criminal Record, the new eight-episode, one-hour crime thriller and we love it!
Based on a True Story just dropped its official trailer and honestly…it’s a little too real. We discuss the upcoming Peacock show.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×21 “Shadowërk” is basically the sum of all of our season-long frustrations, especially with EO’s mess.
In our interview, Karen David teases a little bit about her ‘Organized Crime’ character, some fun moments with star Christopher Meloni.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×18 “TAG:GEN” is, to borrow Danielle Moné Truitt’s words for it, “a really good episode for Bell.” And overall.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×17 “Blood Ties” is all about fathers and sons. With real heart, and an unlikely hero, it’s a standout.
Our interview with Michael Tow covers why his guest role on Law & Order: Organized Crime was better representation for Asian Americans, more.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×16 “Chinatown” sets up some story points that feel familiar, just within a new community—for better or worse.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×13 “Punch Drunk” a brilliant showcase of talent from both Ainsley Seiger and Danielle Moné Truitt.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×11 “The Infiltration Game” asks viewers to suspend disbelief in a way that just flat out doesn’t work.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×10 “Trap” is a fun setup for the series’ latest arc, which positions itself as Detective Whelan’s time to shine.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×08 “Whipping Post” is kind of a story in three parts. Two of them are really interesting, and one’s…there.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×07 “All That Glitters” is a glittering example of what happens when bad faith happens to good viewers.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×05 “Behind Blue Eyes” has several really strong elements but nearly as many questionable ones
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×04 sends our newest detective undercover, and with the focus again on the team, it’s another strong episode.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×01 “Gimme Shelter” felt more crossover-ish than the other two parts of the franchise’s huge premiere event. Or, rather, it felt like the most ambiguous of the three.