TV Review: Natascha exposes Trevor for ‘emotional cheating’ on ‘The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart’
She’s affirmed two things: if you aren’t willing to get emotional or aren’t utterly obsessed with her after one week, you’re out.
Lovecraft Country’s season finale is focused on death, but in the process, sparks new life for the series.
People are dying, and all Clare Crawley cares about is finding a husband.
‘Lovecraft Country’s’ penultimate episode is the first to match the premiere in quality through emotional, powerful storytelling.
There’s definitely no reason to write off the show quite yet – it’s still well worth checking out.
“Meet Me in Daegu” has a strong premise, but storytelling flaws hold it back from reaching its maximum potential.
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Jed Wyatt is crying somewhere.
A couple of cat documentaries, some old favorites and a brainless reality show fill my quarantine queue.
As the series comes to a close, audiences are sure to witness a drama-filled ending.
Taking breaks to binge-watch is even necessary so as to not overload your brain with the chaos of what we call daily life right now.
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Here’s a hint: it isn’t Sophie.
The hour-long New Year’s special pays tribute to ‘James Bond’ while bringing fun action and exciting twists.
TV Review: The season finale of ‘The Mandalorian’ answers its most burning question, raises even more intriguing ones
Director Taika Watiti and writer Jon Favreau close the cinematic show’s first season in impressive style.
TV Review: ‘The Mandalorian’ revisits old friends, enemies in preparation for its final confrontation
With excellent writing, direction and acting all-around, there’s very little to criticize about Chapter 7.
One celebrity is sent flying home.
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Brooke is growing and changing after spending time in prison.