We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this bi-weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →

Advertisements

The Mandalorian is sticking to its guns (or blasters, rather) with the latest installment in the saga, “The Child.” In my review of “Chapter One,” I pointed out that Star Wars has a history of blending elements from different genres. “The Child,” continues with this approach. Most notably, we haveRead More →

I love a good decades dance. Legacies is going back to the 80’s and we’re loving it. “Screw Endgame” may be favorite episode title ever. ‘80s DECADE DANCE — As the Salvatore School prepares for its upcoming ‘80s-themed decade dance, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) and Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) find themselvesRead More →

Prepare yourself for tonights episode of Nancy Drew with the photos for “The Mystery of Blackwood Lodge.” Here is the synopsis – NANCY SEARCES FOR THE TRUTH — While trying to uncover the truth about a long-buried history between Lucy Sable and Ryan Hudson (Riley Smith), Nancy (Kennedy McMann) findsRead More →

The Mandalorian

Star Wars has been a source of controversy for many folks in recent memory, but with Disney+’s opening and The Mandalorian’s premiere, I believe we’ve come to the bridge that will bring fans of the original and sequel trilogies together. Taking place 5 years after Return of the Jedi, TheRead More →

Okay, don’t hate me for saying this, but does it ever feel like every show has to have some mystery involved in it? Some shocking crime involved? Like no offense to all the people green-lighting shit for television, but if I wanted to watch that, I’d watch the news. AndRead More →

Legacies. This show has our hearts and our Thursday nights. But, me, I appear to be a bad Legacies fan, because I didn’t know that Chris Lee, who has recurred since the first season of the CW’s Legacies, wasn’t a series regular. But apparently he was just recurring because itRead More →

Look, I totally get that people like different things and I can respect that. There was a time in my life where my world revolved around Beverly Hills 90210. Because there was a time when it was actually good. But BH90210 was like Fuller House – the epitome of aRead More →

It was November 7, 1980-something. For some, those words won’t mean a damn thing. But for those that watch ABC’s The Goldbergs, those words bring back memories. If you’re looking for a comedy — and I’m talking about a really good comedy — then The Goldbergs is the show for you. Based on theRead More →

“Wheel of morality, turn, turn, turn. Tell us the lesson that we must learn.” This week’s episode of The Flash let Cisco take center stage as he investigated the murder of his ex-girlfriend. Some shows use a theme as a subtle underpinning to the plot, expertly woven between storylines. OtherRead More →

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even a trope at all. In this weekly column, we’ll takeRead More →