Peter and Susan talk drugs in television.
Canadian actor Ray Ablack talks Narcos season three, Pedro Pascal, hockey stats, and more on this Tuned In Special Broadcast.
“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.
Join Dork Shelf's TV critics Susan Stover and Peter Counter as they put the super in supernatural television.
“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.
“I See Darkness” is the aptly titled tenth episode of what has been a sophomore season of Wynonna Earp filled with tremendous twists and turns.
Wynonna Earp star Varun Saranga recently talked to Dork Shelf about playing PlayStation with co-star Tim Rozon, his love of dick jokes, filming in Calgary in the winter, and the joy of working with his castmates.
“Forever Mine Nevermind” at it’s very core is all about love.
“No Future in the Past” crams a whole hell of a lot of plot and content into one episode.
With Victorian cannibal ghosts, time distortion, and pregnancy, “Whiskey Lullaby” will do anything but put you to sleep.
“Let’s Pretend We’re Strangers” is by and far the most gruesome, action-packed, and high stakes episode of Wynonna Earp since the season one finale.
“She Ain’t Right” is an apt title for the fourth episode of this shorter ten-episode season of Wynonna Earp.
If you thought where you grew up was weird, it’s nothing compared to Purgatory.
“Shed Your Skin” is all about the struggle for power in a newly created creature capturing cohort, filled with icky gross out moments, and a whole whack of sexual tension — resolved and otherwise.
Wynonna Earp leaps headfirst into the second season with an action packed, quip-infused, sexy premiere episode.