Here we are. Cable Girls 5B. The last few episodes. El fin. It’s hard to end a show, let’s start there. No matter what you do, there will be a faction of fans who aren’t happy. Happy ending? Why? That’s cliché! Tragic ending? Why? We deserve happiness? Pick one half
Look, all we want is a happy ending, Cable Girls. That shouldn’t be too much to ask, should it? If the final trailer for season 5 is to be believed, then maybe beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Maybe it’ll all depend on …well, our point of view.
Cable Girls is back, but of course, since this is the final season, they had to torture us a bit by, you know, not actually giving us all the episodes. In the end, though, that’s both good and bad if we consider that it means we don’t really have to
If you’re in Madrid (and if you are, we really, really hope we were there with you), then this might interest you: Civitatis is offering up a Cable Girls TV Tour of Madrid! Sadly, Yon Gonzalez is not part of the tour, just the locations, but we gotta say, that’s
We love love. And most importantly, we love the journey couples take towards that love, the getting to know each other, the teasing, hell; we even love the obstacles, as long as our favorites come through those together. Because they give us hope. They remind us that we also deserve
I was really excited for Cable Girls Season 3. Like really, really excited. And then I watched it. And now I’m just …I’m not sure what I am. Sad and angry? Sangry? Is that an emotion? Because, wow, was that a waste of eight episodes. It feels to me like
Netflix has a lot of original content, probably way more than you have had time to sift through. At times, it can get overwhelming to have that many choices. First world problems, I know, but how can you pick between so many pretty posters and find the show that will