You get a coronavirus storyline! You get a coronavirus storyline! And you – you ALSO get a coronavirus storyline! I mean, it makes sense. It does. Some shows, like 911, cannot escape the coronavirus pandemic. And yes, for medical shows, it makes sense too. Grey’s Anatomy is also doing it.
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,
“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 get
With four episodes to go, The Gifted seems like it’s gearing up for what promises to be an explosive end of the season, with Polaris firmly on the Mutant Underground side and acting as a double agent, Andy desperate to reunite with his family and susceptible to manipulation because of it,
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 the