The ‘Simon vs The Homo Sapiens’ Adaptation Gets A New Name

Though we’re not sure why it needed one, the Simon vs The Homo Sapiens has a new title. The book is smart, witty, and yes, the title is a mouthful – but we were a little shocked that the title…

‘One Tree Hill’ Rewatch Reminded Me Of The Magic Of The Show

When Netflix announced that they were removing One Tree Hill from it’s streaming service, not gonna lie – I cried. Why? Because for me One Tree Hill has always been a slice of home. It’s been there for the moments…

ABC’s of Ships: Nathan and Haley of ‘One Tree Hill’

Nathan and Haley – their love wasn’t easy, but it was worth it. And they will forever be one of our favorites.

Chris Pine Is Coming To Hulu, So I Am Keeping My Subscription

Chris Pine. Is he your favorite Chris? If that is the case you need to get yourself a subscription to Hulu, because his hotness is set to star in a limited series. He’ll be playing Robert F. Kennedy. Lord, help…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 1 Review: An Outstanding First Season Filled With Emmy Worthy Performances

During televisions long history there have been several shows that have been so timely it’s scary. All in the Family discussed politics in the 1970s, Homeland deals with our greatest fears with terrorism, but there is something eerily timely about The Handmaid’s Tale and the conversation…

Alexis Bledel Returning as Series Regular for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2

Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum! Hulu announced today that Alexis Bledel will be returning to The Handmaid’s Tale season two as a series regular. Bledel has been hailed for her work in season 1 of The Handmaid’s Tale as a recurring character. Bledel…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×10 Finale Review: ‘Night’

After a season of praying on our every fear, The Handmaid’s Tale comes to a close in a harrowing hour that shows off its cast and leads us into season two. In just ten episodes, this show has solidified itself amongst…

Keiynan Lonsdale Is Who In ‘Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda’?

We always find it funny when casting announcements come out after a movie has wrapped. But this one, we’re actually excited for, because we’ve been wondering who would be playing Blue, whose real name is Bram Greenfield, in Simon Vs…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×09 Review: ‘The Bridge’

After two rather slow episodes for The Handmaid’s Tale, the hit Hulu drama comes roaring back with “The Bridge.” It’s an episode that utilizes every strength in the shows arsenal. From Moss and Wiley scenes to an Emmy Award worthy performance…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×08 Review: “Jezebels”

After a week absent of any present day Offred, The Handmaid’s Tale picks up right where it last left Offred: in bed with Nick. Similar to “The Other Side,” this episode of The Handmaid’s Tale falls flat as compared to the other…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×07 Review: ‘The Other Side’

This episode of The Handmaid’s Tale dives into the day June and Hannah were ripped away from Luke as they try to escape the new regime taking over the United States. It’s a gut wrenching episode as we catch up with…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×06 Review: ‘A Woman’s Place’

Now well into its first season, The Handmaid’s Tale delivers an episode that explores outside the boarders of Gilead while providing backstory for one of the most complex characters: Serena Joy. Straying from the original novel, The Handmaid’s Tale gives us something…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×05 Review: ‘Faithful’

In the latest installment of The Handmaid’s Tale, Serena Joy is willing to break the rules in order to get Offred pregnant. Meanwhile Offred and Nick grow closer while Ofglen, now Ofsteven resurfaces. It’s an episode that expertly utilizes the past…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×04 Review: ‘Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum’

As if The Handmaids Tale couldn’t get more terrifying, episode four forces you deep inside Offred’s head in a truly chilling hour. After being reprimanded by Serena Joy, Offred is forced into isolation. Alone in her head with no way out, The…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×03 Review: ‘Late’

In just three episodes, The Handmaid’s Tale has solidified itself as one of the best new TV series of 2017. While episodes one and two are jaw-dropping, episode three of The Handmaid’s Tale entitled “Late” will leave you speechless. There are several…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Episode Two Review: ‘Birth Day’

After a swift dive into the Republic of Gilead in episode one, The Handmaid’s Tale plunges audiences deeper into the world in episode two. Following up an impeccable premiere episode, The Handmaid’s Tale doesn’t give fans a time to breathe or process, instead…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 1×01 Review: ‘Offred’

During televisions long history there have been several shows that have been so timely it’s scary. All in the Family discussed politics in the 1970s, Homeland deals with our greatest fears with terrorism, but there is something eerily timely about…

Josh Duhamel Joins the Cast of ‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

We can admit it when we miss something and we’re pretty pissed at ourselves for missing this. Cause we can’t wait for Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. He’ll be playing Simon’s Dad. ICYMI, Simon is the luckiest kid ever…

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda: Natasha Rothwell Joins The Cast

We’ve made it pretty clear we’re obsessed with Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Loved the book and can’t wait for the adaptation to be released. It involves a lot of our favorite actors, one of our loved books, and…

Jennifer Garner Joining Fox’s Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

I’ve loved Jennifer Garner since I watched her in Alias. She was like the original badass and I have to admit that even as I’ve seen her transition to more adult roles, I’ve still always thought of her as a…

Marvel’s Runaways Find their Cast

One of the most highly-anticipated Marvel series is the teen dream team, The Runaways. It was previously announced that Hulu had picked up the series and that the Gossip Girl creators – Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, will serve as…