“I Hope You Dance” concludes a solid, emotional, and riveting sophomore season of the one and only Lady centric Western Supernatural gun-slinging, pun-making, heart-wrenching series.
“Gone As A Girl Can Get” is a brand new world — literally. The Iron Witch’s wish to whisk Wynonna away has created a new world where the Earp heir is erased.
"The Animals" shows us how all lives do not matter at Litchfield.
To say the evening featured in "People Persons" is important would be an understatement.
Love is in the air in an unusually romantic episode of House of Cards.
We recap episode 2.11 of The Flash: pros, cons, easter eggs, and more!
In "...And the Beast from the Sea" Hannibal Lecter goes Old Testament on the Graham family with a little help from his friend, Francis Dolarhyde.
Eric and Jon talk Mirror's Edge, Firewatch, and GDC on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
“Ko No Mono” shifts to an unreliable narrator, allowing us to experience the first truly heartbreaking moment in Hannibal. Using the most iconic image from Red Dragon, we also get a glimpse at who’s really pulling the strings in this show.
“G.I. Jeff” constantly delivers nostalgic 80’s animated fan service, but Community has set a strong precedent for making these fun departures into character exploration exercises, so there is an implied mystery afoot as well: Who is imagining this? Why? And does it matter?
This season Girls has become more focused than ever on using subtly themed episodes to test its characters like lab rats. The biggest thematic thread (or piece of cheese, depending on which metaphor you go with here) has been the notion of settling. This episode, the show asked some tough questions: Are you actually content, or are you unknowingly giving up a piece of yourself? Are you deluded if you’re happy with something seemingly imperfect?