I'm honestly bored of Maeve calling everyone "dahling." When I thought she had died I was mostly okay with it, because it felt like she wasn't relevant anymore.
Westworld is hardly even about Westworld anymore, but what it's about now is shaping up to be even more interesting.
Emma, as a titlecard states, is handsome, clever, and rich. It didn't include "only slightly spoiled,' since this Emma is clearly more than slightly spoiled.
The Doctor has come so far this season, from running from the alt-Doctor in "Fugitive" to embracing the fact that she doesn't fully know herself.
This episode is setting up to end the season with a bang. A lot of interesting pieces here, but it'll be up to next episode to make everything click.
Just when you're forgetting that Lord Byron and Mary Shelley were best buds, you get this Doctor Who episode!
One of our culture's favorite plot devices for horror is having a bunch of people trip substances and show us that our own minds are the scariest thing of all.
This episode starts in 14th century Aleppo, with what looks like a hospital run by a group of women, who are being terrorized by...sloth aliens??
In a season of climate-change themed episodes, Doctor Who brings us the most overtly environmentally conscious storylines yet in "Praxeus."
A pretty par-for-the-course episode of Doctor Who. Oh, also there's a new Doctor, and she's the first black woman cast as our favorite Time Lord.
Going into this week's episode of Doctor Who, who wouldn't be excited about an episode called "Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror?"
Graham happens to find an offer for a free vacation; the gang is immediately teleported to this vacation as soon as the coupons are all assembled.
The 2nd part of Spyfall continues right where we left off...
Giorgi reviews the first episode of season 12 of Doctor Who...