After a little hiatus, Blindspot is back! “Existential Ennui” is a transition episode, but really perfect in terms of the balance between emotion, action and intrigue. It’s a necessary episode to show the strength of the team that, inevitably, will have to face Madeline. Let’s discuss everything! Here we go! THIS IS OVER! InRead More →

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We’re back for another week, blindspotters! This time, with “We Didn’t Start The Fire” Blindspot gives us a rather more relaxed episode than the previous one. This episode is clearly transitional, although it is necessary to relocate the pieces on the board. Action packed episode, but somewhat devoid of emotional conflict. I haveRead More →

The long-awaited premiere of the final season has arrived, blindspotters! Sooner than expected, Blindspot returns with “I Came To Sleigh” and here we are, one more year, to talk to you about everything. The episode is a roller coaster of emotions and tears, in which the great mystery of who survivedRead More →

We are back, for the last time. It seems incredible that 8 years ago we started a journey that ends here today, with “The Last Bow.” It seems like yesterday … but the journey ends here with an emotional and satisfying ending, that gives us everything we wanted… although notRead More →

Well that was doozy, wasn’t it? On this week’s episode of Evil, entitled “7 Swans A Singin”, we see our trio deal with a social influencer who is leaving “suicidal encouragements” under the music of their video – at a pitch, only kids under 16 can hear. Yeah, doozy, remember!Read More →

The Morning Show is getting increasingly uncomfortable and upsetting to watch. This week’s episode, which is titled “Play the Queen”, has us back in the present day, after the short one-episode trip down memory lane. Mitch is at Hannah’s door again, and honestly, their whole exchange made me so uneasy. HeRead More →

On this week’s Evil, entitled “Exorcism Part 2” we get to see the consequences of the “successful” exorcism that happened in episode five, earlier this season when Caroline Hopkins sues David and the church. And a lot of love… squares. But you know what? After the last couple of episodes,Read More →

We’re here again! This week Arrow delights us with “Purgatory,” the best episode of the show. It is a complete hour, full of emotional conflicts, goodbyes, tributes to Oliver’s entire journey and tears because yes, they have managed to move us and reach our hearts. Such episodes are the onesRead More →

Here’s Arrow’s review! After a week off, the show returned with “Reset,” an irregular episode with some bright moments, but with great deficiencies that make it lack emotion. Let’s comment everything! Here we go! Oliver’s reaction to seeing Quentin opens the episode. He is really seeing a ghost … butRead More →

Well! That was probably my favorite Evil episode to date! This week’s episode of Evil, entitled “2 Fathers” is mostly centered around why David’s father has been using a demonic symbol an in his paintings. But in that context, it delivered probably the best scenes of the eight episodes soRead More →

Welcome one more week to another Arrow review!  “Prochnost” is a very complete and rounded episode, that gave us a trip to Russia, a reunion with an old friend and many feelings brought to the surface, as well as revealed truths.  Let’s comment everything! Here we go! Seeing Oliver tellRead More →

Welcome back one more week to Arrow! “Present tense” is one of the best episodes of the entire show, and one of my favorites. The emotional background they have shown us in this episode has been deep, real, raw, and they have gotten us to empathize with the characters inRead More →

“Leap of faith” focuses on Oliver’s wonderful emotional development and, although with some plots that feel disconnected from the main ones, it gives us great moments among the Queen brothers, in addition to leaving us with honey in lips with a scene that changes EVERYTHING.Read More →

Welcome back to Arrow! This week, “Welcome to Hong Kong” introduces us to an episode full of winks to season 3, with Felicity increasingly present in Oliver’s life, and a sample of the emotional development of the characters during these years. Let’s comment everything! One of the best interactions thatRead More →

Well. Okay. Evil. So… that happened. Last week’s review of Evil was a bit passive because honestly, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to keep up with the show. But sweet Jesus, after this week’s episode entitled “Rose390,” I may be having second thoughts. The show starts off withRead More →

Normally, unraveling a mystery and seeing our favorite characters triumph over the week’s murderer/drug dealer/generally bad guy (or girl!) is enough to keep me interested. But that’s not what I’m thinking about after this week’s episode. This Chicago PD 8×03: “Familia”  character focused review will not be about the case,Read More →

I know I’ve said before that Chicago Fire lost my attention for a little while, but I’m definitely eating my words now after watching “Badlands.” These first three eps are everything I could hope for at the beginning of a season, which lay all the groundwork for a compelling yearRead More →

Welcome to the season finale of Younger! After what happened last week, “Forever” prepared us for the long-awaited final climax of the season … but it has not been as we expected. Actually, the episode has left us  disappointed because it has not really solved any of the main issuesRead More →

Welcome to Younger! After the decisions made in the previous episode, “Holding Out for A Shero” deals with the consequences. Liza still doesn’t face the truth until she has no choice, as Kelsey tries to find out what she wants to do, after her decision to leave her post. Let’sRead More →