The Bachelor is literally the only thing that has me looking forward to Mondays, and it’s the life force sustaining me as we near the NFL’s offseason. Three episodes in, and I’d say Peter Weber has been a solid Bachelor so far. He’s been thrown several obstacles, among them his
We’re here again, Blindspotters! After a slow week, the show has given us an episode like those of yesteryear. In “Everybody hates Kathy” the good rhythm returns, as well as the tattoos, the mysteries and the emotional conflicts. In short, our favorite series returns. The case of the week has
Blindspot is back after the hiatus! And the truth is that the episode has not lived up to the hype It hurts a lot to write this, very much, but it is the truth. “The Night of the Dying Breath” is an episode where feelings are close to the surface
Blindspot is back from hellatus! The truth is that we missed the show, and we were not disappointed. “The Big Blast From The Past Episode” is an episode where the past and the future are interwoven more than ever. The past gives us answers about what we are living with
We’re here, blindspotters! Episode 4×13, entitled “Though This Be Madness, Yet There Is Method In’t” has been a cocktail of tension, fear and feelings brought to the surface. In the moment when everything seems lost, that’s when real feelings come to light, and that’s what has happened to all our
We’re here again, blindspotters! After a week, our favorite show came back with episode 4×12 “The Tale of the Book of Secrets,” an hour that has brought emotions to the surface, breaking our hearts and rebuilding them. With a rhythm worthy of the show, the episode advanced several plots, ending
Welcome, blindspotters! After a mini hiatus, Blindspot is back with “Careless Whisper.” It’s a transitional episode, although with important touches for everything that comes, but in general, the axis on which the episode turns feels too disconnected from the other plots that appear in it, and, again, it’s rhythm is
Blindspot is back! And not just because a week has passed since the previous episode, but because “The Big Reveal” has meant a return to everything that we love about the show: secrets, action, tension, love, mystery. And the rhythm of the series has returned to what it was, all stories
Welcome back, blindspotters! The return of our favorite series with “Check your Ed” has made the ties that unite the past, the present and the future cross more than ever. This episode has shown us how Jane has confronted all her demons and fears and conquered them. Let’s talk about
Welcome to the mid season finale of our favorite show, blindspotters! “Screech, Thwack, Pow” has been focused on Remi and her plan. Through what she has planned, we discover details that will be vital later and everything ends in a situation that is a turning point in the season. All
Blindspot returned after two weeks with “Case: Sun, Moon and the Truth,” which introduced us fully into the emotional conflicts of the characters, especially when it comes to Jeller, an important focus in this episode. In addition, we discovered important things that mark what is going to happen in the
We’re back one more week, blindspotters! After the previous episode, this week Blindspot had us prepared in “Ca-ca-Candidate for Cri-Cri-Crime” an episode that leaves us wanting more. All the tension and the explosion of secrets long stored are concentrated at the end of the episode, leaving us with honey on
Blindspot is here again! After a week of waiting, we were finally able to enjoy “Naughty Monkey Kicks At Tree” and it was not disappointed at all. The episode has had moments full of action, emotion and tension, moments that have changed everything. Let’s talk about everything! Here we go!
One more week, Blindspot surprises us with an episode full of clues for what awaits us in the future. “My art project” is a cocktail of action, humor and tension. Things move on all fronts, placing the pieces of the puzzle right where they should be before it all explodes.
The penultimate episode of the second season of Famous in Love gave me what I’ve been asking for since the second season started. I wanted more character-driven stories and less overt Hollywood drama. This week delivered. Let’s get into all of the good and bad things that happened in “Full