#Transplant isn’t afraid to tackle heavy issues and leave you wanting them to take on more. That’s the beauty of the show.Read More →

Ships are something as special as life itself. Each one has its own story, its own identity. But there’s always something, like a silent signal that makes you think: I will go down with this ship. That’s exactly what happened with Jeller and, just in case you’re wondering, no, we’re still not over whatRead More →

Sometimes television shows are vastly more important than just being “entertainment”. Some shows have the power to change people; change the way you look at the world, history and the sacrifices people have made to get us to this point in history. The sacrifices that people are making now toRead More →

We’re back, blindspotters! After recovering from the frenzied previous episodes, the show returns with the series finale and episode 100 “Iunne Ennul“. It was a bittersweet episode. It has emotion, winks towards history, nostalgia, action, feelings on the surface, it’s a love letter to fans … but everything flies through theRead More →

Welcome one more week, blindspotters! After last week, show returns with a double episode, 5×09 titled “Brass Tacks” and 5×10 titled “Love You to Bits and Bytes”, although both can be summed up with three words: I love you. They have been episodes full of action, emotion, feelings on the surface…they’re those episodesRead More →

Welcome back, blindspotters! After last week, our show returns with “Ghost Train,” a really intense episode that changes everything, literally blowing it up. The episode has action, emotion, pain, tension, mystery, secrets…but, above all, it has the harshness that only reality can have. We have been able to identify with the characters,Read More →

We’re here one more week, blindspotters! After the previous week, Blindspot returns with “Awl In“, a practically round episode that finally shows us everything this series is capable of doing when it focuses on its strengths. Finally, we feel that magic from the beginning. Let’s discuss everything! Here we go! “I WILLRead More →

If you ask us, Langdon is one of those Pilots we’ll take a pass on, even though they haven’t even started filming. If we’re being honest, there doesn’t seem to be anything that would get us even remotely interested. After all, Tom Hanks played the role of Dan Brown’s quintessentialRead More →

To be totally honest the cancellations this year haven’t been that brutal for me so far. I’ve already covered Next in Fashion and don’t have many other cancellations this year. It may be because I’m keeping up with less shows, or if the memory of having seven different shows cancelledRead More →

We’re here for another week, blindspotters! After the previous episode, the show returns with “Fire & Brimstone,” a fun episode that’s, once again, transitional and introduces new emotional plots. Of course, it leaves us looking forward to everything to come. Let’s discuss everything! Here we go! “DON’T DO IT” As we mentioned inRead More →

Welcome back blindspotters! After the previous episode, the show returns with “Head Games,” a transition episode that, while entertaining us and containing great moments, doesn’t reach the level of its predecessors. It leaves us a bittersweet taste in the mouth, like when savoring something that we liked…but that could be much better.Read More →

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist - Season 1

When it comes to OTP moments between our favorite characters and ships, let’s be honest. We shippers can never get enough. So as we go through our weekly rewatch of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (not for the first time), Fangirlish author Lizzie and I thought we’d break down moments that…okay, maybe they wouldn’t entirely have made senseRead More →

Welcome one more week,blindspotters! On this occasion, the show has delighted us with the fantastic “And my axe!”, a transitional episode but absolutely human, raw and real, and one in which the emotions of the characters and ours have been more in line than ever. The episode teaches us the meaningRead More →