Amazon’s ‘Undone’ Renewed for Season 2

Amazon continues to build on it’s catalog of unique and creative content in the form of Undone and its season 2 renewal. The news comes a couple months after season 1 dropped, and after we did a season 1 review…

5 Reasons You Should Watch Amazon Prime’s ‘Undone’

Undone is the trippy, heartfelt, and animated drama that you need in your life. It’s wild in how the Latinx lead discovers a new relationship with time after surviving a terrible accident. And it’s wondrously beautiful in the way we…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×09 Review: Slippin Jimmy

The penultimate episode of ‘Better Call Saul’s’ season 4 promised to be emotional, but watching Kim and Jimmy fight was more painful than I thought it would be, due to some absolutely incredible acting by Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn.…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×08 Review: Partners in Crime

So, last week I argued that Kim wants to be involved in Jimmy’s schemes, and this week she definitely proved it. Episode seven ended with Kim telling Jimmy that she had another way to win Huell’s case that wouldn’t involve…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×07 Review: Jimmy and Kim forever

It’s hard to believe that there’s only three episodes of ‘Better Call Saul’ left this season, yes you read that right, only THREE already. These seasons are so jam packed that the episodes just fly by, especially since there are…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×06 Review: Jimmy McGill criminal lawyer

The reference to Saul Goodman being “a criminal lawyer who’s actually a criminal” is a famous line from Jesse Pinkman in ‘Breaking Bad’. It’s the audience’s first introduction to the character Saul Goodman, and the moment that he decides to…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×05 Review: The ‘Breaking Bad’ Era Looms Large

Better Call Saul‘s “Quite A Ride,” started off with a little flash forward to the Breaking Bad era, filling in the gaps prior to Saul’s relocation to Omaha. It showed the chaos of Saul’s panicked escape from his law office…

‘Better Call Saul’ 4×03 Review: Further Down the Rabbit Hole

Every episode this season has a main purpose of  bringing Jimmy closer to becoming Saul Goodman, and “Something Beautiful” gave him another big push in that direction. Jimmy is clearly coping with his debilitating feelings of loss and guilt by…