After a little hiatus, Blindspot is back! “Existential Ennui” is a transition episode, but really perfect in terms of the balance between emotion, action and intrigue. It’s a necessary episode to show the strength of the team that, inevitably, will have to face Madeline. Let’s discuss everything! Here we go! THIS IS OVER! InRead More →

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Outlander said goodbye just two weeks ago and we’ve already re-watched each season again. Twice. And we need more. Here, we bring you the solution: fanfics. The wonderful world of fanfics that always helps us overcome the Droughtlander when the seasons are over. Here we bring you a list of the best fanficsRead More →

It’s been almost a year since Younger aired its sixth season. (Time passes too quickly!) I took advantage of quarantine to enjoy this show again, and after finishing it, I’m looking forward to watching season 7! But till that moment comes, we’re going to try to get our excitement up by makingRead More →

We’re back for another week, blindspotters! This time, with “We Didn’t Start The Fire” Blindspot gives us a rather more relaxed episode than the previous one. This episode is clearly transitional, although it is necessary to relocate the pieces on the board. Action packed episode, but somewhat devoid of emotional conflict. I haveRead More →

The long-awaited premiere of the final season has arrived, blindspotters! Sooner than expected, Blindspot returns with “I Came To Sleigh” and here we are, one more year, to talk to you about everything. The episode is a roller coaster of emotions and tears, in which the great mystery of who survivedRead More →

Blindspot is so close! We only have a week left to see our favorite team and get the answers we need. Will Kurt still be alive? We believe so. Jeller can’t end like this! They deserve a happy ending. To prepare for what is coming, good or bad – fingers crossed forRead More →

Sometimes I wonder if the majority of the people in Intelligence know that you don’t have to cross lines to get the job done. I feel like lines are a foreign concept to the most of the time. Chicago PD‘s “Lines” further proved my point that the people in intelligenceRead More →

Chicago PD‘s ‘Before The Fall” was intense. This is going to be a little different than my other reviews, since there was really only one story line this episode. So instead of paragraphs about the different story lines, this article is going to focus on the different aspects of theRead More →

Make it stop. I will never – for the life of me – understand what it is that made NBC cancel Timeless, but keep the shit show that is Manifest on the air. Maybe someone missed Lost or felt like they weren’t getting enough religion in their life. Then againRead More →

Chicago shows up for each other, and that’s what happened in Chicago Fire‘s “A Chicago Welcome.” It’s how they do it. This week’s episode really tugged at the heartstrings. But when Derek Haas writes the episode, you really can’t expect anything less. The man is a genius writer, but heRead More →

This week’s article is gonna be all about Burzek, Burgess, and the Burzek baby situation. Chicago PD‘s ‘I Was Here” was a Burgess-centric episode, and I loved it. It’s nice to see some of the One Chicago women getting the spotlight. And even though it wasn’t the ending I wouldRead More →

We are back, for the last time. It seems incredible that 8 years ago we started a journey that ends here today, with “The Last Bow.” It seems like yesterday … but the journey ends here with an emotional and satisfying ending, that gives us everything we wanted… although notRead More →

Well that was doozy, wasn’t it? On this week’s episode of Evil, entitled “7 Swans A Singin”, we see our trio deal with a social influencer who is leaving “suicidal encouragements” under the music of their video – at a pitch, only kids under 16 can hear. Yeah, doozy, remember!Read More →