The Terror's second season kicks off with an atmospheric premiere that introduces us to a community soon to be under siege.
Season 1 of NOS4A2 ends with a bang AND a whimper.
A long time ago, we used to be friends...but should you think about Veronica Mars lately at all? Salome G gets to the bottom of the mystery.
Lots of surprises this week on NOS4A2--Maggie hits her breaking point, Vic gets her bike back, and against all reason, Manx has friends. Or a friend. But it counts!
Vic suffers a setback this week that keeps her trapped in reality, while Bing helps Manx progress toward his goals.
Season 3 was the same fun ride as always--emphasis on "same."
Vic meets an experienced Strong Creative and learns some tips and tricks for how to fight Manx.
Manx and Vic finally come face-to-face in a meeting that ends in dissatisfaction for both.
We gain a disturbing understanding of Bing this week, while Manx and Vic finally learn each other's identities.
Manx makes it impossible for Vic to ignore him (or for Salome to forgive him) on an anxiety-spiking episode this week.
Charlie Manx finds a new assistant and explains the "cost" if they fail, while Vic gets an earful from Maggie.
Salome G takes a look at the premiere episode of AMC's NOS4A2, a show based on the scary book by Joe Hill.
Netflix's new series What/If may not be remembered as an example of Peak TV, but it's the kind of entertainingly trashy show that really hits the spot in the summertime.
The show gets as close as ever to its title, but doesn't make the best case for its continued existence.
Eve checks more items off the psychopathy checklist--treating people like objects, check--while Villanelle might just have found a kindred spirit. And a terrible method for organizing your storage unit.
Season 3 of Riverdale ascends tonight and we're all going to need something a little stronger than maple syrup if we're going to *electric guitar riff* SURVIVE THE NIGHT.
Everyone dispenses with pesky reality in a hard-to-believe episode this week.
Secrets are finally revealed this week, as Betty learns (one of) the dark secrets behind the Farm and Jughead finds out who is the Gargoyle King is. In the Riverdale way, it makes no and all the sense.
Eve makes a Faustian pact to get the truth from The Ghost, because those always go so well.