9-1-1 is unlike any other show on television. I’ve laughed, I’ve cried, I’ve screamed, I’ve fallen in and out of love with characters (and sometimes all in the same episode!) I thought while we’re all waiting for the fourth season, it would be fun to go back and relive someRead More →

Okay, this is going to sound unbelievable, but I have really, really enjoyed season 5 of Fringe so far. In fact, this might be my favorite season of the show ever, or at the very least, my favorite since season 2. Yes, it’s bleak as hell. Yes, they gave usRead More →

The third season of 9-1-1 was an absolute emotional roller coaster. I laughed, I cried, I yelled at my TV. Every episode had special moments, but I think I finally narrowed down my top 10 moments from this season. They’re all listed below. The Tsumani The tsunami was one ofRead More →

Ryan Guzman is probably best known for playing Eddie Diaz on Fox’s incredibly popular 9-1-1. At least until this week. On Sunday he became famous for a completely different reason: he admitted on Instagram Live that he uses racial slurs with his friends. “I have plenty of friends- black, white,Read More →


Well, that’s what I call progress. Or TV progress, I guess, as things took a step forward and then, seemingly, two steps back (at least when it comes to Peter and Olivia). But hey, Fringe gave us a bunch of answers re: Walter and Peter, so I’m not going toRead More →

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This week’s episode of 9-1-1, “The One That Got Away” was another tearjerker. I love the crazy, ridiculous rescues the show does, but I like when the show focuses on the personal lives of the 118. This week we got to see more of Buck’s life and how he’s dealingRead More →

I get so much shit because I call Deputy – Walker Texas Ranger, Los Angeles. And honestly, I don’t understand. I mean I am sitting here dishing out compliments and people are saying I am making fun. Walker, Texas Ranger is an institution. So much an institution that it’s beingRead More →

We’ll still stand by the fact that we think Deputy is somewhat like Walker, Texas Ranger – set in Los Angeles. However, we’re beginning to question if that is a bad thing. Cause it might be just the hook that this show needs to survive. Hollister is the sheriff andRead More →

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” I thought it better to start with a quote, especially one that pretty much encapsulates everything “Monsters” is, everything this season has been, than to start with me saying that I told you we’d getRead More →

The Gifted Season two has been a roller-coaster of emotions, and I’m not saying that entirely as a compliment. The show has delivered episodes that have had us at the edge of our seat, barely breathing, and it has also given us episodes that make us like things are just happeningRead More →

It won’t surprise anyone to hear that The Gifted‘s mid-season finale, titled “gaMe changer,” explored the duality between being ‘normal’ and being, well ‘gifted,’ as it dabbled in the same philosophical discussion that has sustained years and years of the X-Men/Brotherhood chasm. It also shouldn’t surprise anyone that the show reached theRead More →