Gone Too Soon: Deadly Class

Do you ever just get really mad about wasted potential? Not to say that the other shows I’ve covered for Gone Too Soon didn’t waste potential because they certainly did, especially the ones that only lasted one season, like Whiskey…

Throwback Thursday to ‘Deadly Class’ at Wondercon 2019

This Throwback Thursday, sit back, relax, and get to know the cast and crew of Syfy’s Deadly Class. This show, based on Rick Remender’s hit comic book series about a group of teens learning the dark arts of murder, mayhem,…

‘Deadly Class’ Season 1 Finale Review: “Sink with California” Was a Shit Show

The Deadly Class season one finale left us SCREAMING, HOLLERING, AND WONDERING WHAT THE HELL IS GONNA HAPPEN NEXT! Because we have to get a second season. We have to get more of Marcus, Maria, Saya, Billy, Petra, Willie, and…

Five shows you should be watching

Have you been finding yourself stuck in a TV show slump? Not sure what to spend an hour of your life watching? Well, have no fear. Fangirlish is here to help you out. Here is our list of the five…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×09 Review: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of “Kids of the Black Hole”

Deadly Class‘ “Kids of the Black Hole” saw the divide between Maria & Saya widening because of a young man (Talk about predictable), the death of Master Lin’s wife, and the kickoff to the shit show of epic proportions that…

‘Deadly Class’ Interview with Liam James on Billy, Domestic Violence, and Found Family

One look at Deadly Class’ Billy and you’d think you’ve got this young man all figured out. You’d make assumptions about him from his hair, his attitude, and his wild & enthusiastic flair. You’d brush him aside and not pay…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×08 Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of “The Clampdown”

Deadly Class “The Clampdown” broke my heart while showing me that change, love, and found family are there if you just look. The heartbreak is absolutely due to my girl squad of Maria and Saya falling apart. The divide growing…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×07 Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of “Rise Above”

Jealousy, self preservation, and found family are at the heart of Deadly Class‘ “Rise Above.” Master Gao, Master Lin’s sister, is letting the past weigh her down and strip her of any compassion she might still hold because she’s jealous…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×06 Review: “Stigmata Martyr” & Its Portrayal of Bipolar Disorder

Deadly Class’ “Stigmata Martyr” made me cry in a way that I haven’t in years. Let me explain. I’m bipolar. Newly diagnosed and on the way to finding the medicine that works for me and the fire that goes on…

‘Deadly Class’ Maria Gabriela de Faria Talks Importance of Mental Health and Telling Latinx Stories

Maria Salazar is a hero. Yes, she might be an assassin at a deadly school called Kings Dominion. And yes, she did just kill Chico, aka the love of her life and the bane of her existence. But that doesn’t…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×05 Review: “Saudade” aka The Trippiest Episode You’ve Ever Seen!

Maria takes a hold of her freedom, Billy seeks the ultimate revenge, and Marcus trips out hard in the highly anticipated episode “Saudade” of Deadly Class. It’s a turning point for all of our faves, a moment in time that…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×04 Review: “Mirror People”

Deadly Class “Mirror People” stripped all our favs of their carefully presented outer image/presence and gave us young men and women who care, hurt, and feel, no matter how much they try to hide it and act like they don’t.…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×03 Review: “Snake Pit”

Deadly Class’ “Snake Pit” sees the legacies lose ground and face because of the community that Marcus, Saya, Willie, Maria, and the rest of the “Rats” make up. These losers, these outsiders, are family in a way that none of…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×02 Review: “Noise, Noise, Noise”

Deadly Class “Noise, Noise, Noise” was a lesson in learning who not to fuck with. You don’t fuck with Saya because that girl is on point and has your death probably measured and timed already. You don’t fuck with Maria…

‘Deadly Class’ 1×01 Review: Reagan Youth, Assassins, and A New Life

Syfy’s Deadly Class is a vivid portrayal of survival with a protagonist supported by a cast that is just as important as him. Every person is a complex amalgamation of the world they inhabit, the circumstances they find themselves in,…

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Syfy’s ‘Deadly Class’

Deadly Class is not your typical comic to TV adaptation. There are no super suits and the “heroes” of the story are young women and men trained in the art of killing. The school they find themselves in, where they’re…