Marcus finds out what he did, Esme and Ryan get closer, and Kelen and Ben get further apart.
The midseason finale ends with a...whisper.
Lyra and the Gyptians meet a few possible converts to their cause, including a talkin' bear. What a time to be alive.
The third episode of The Mandalorian is a lot of fun in a short amount of time and, if nothing else, finally launches out into the expanded Star Wars universe and to all the fun that's sure to be found therein.
It's Thanksgiving in Riverdale, so time for some cannibalism and axe-wielding strangers in bunny masks. Yep. Sure.
The Drew crew holds a seance and learns a little bit more about the mysteries surrounding them. Meanwhile, Nancy finally asks the toughest question.
Ace says he's telling a story about starting over, as everything that once happened on this land happens again. And then I begin screaming.
We finally get to meet Bobby Sheridan, the voice of the Purge, and we find out that Marcus is beset on all sides by danger.
Watchmen delivers its best episode yet as it shifts its focus to an underexplored character.
There is only one big talking point this week and that's Saddiq and Dante...
Lyra learns the truth about her birth and we get a glimpse of just how far Mrs. Coulter will go.
The Mandalorian continues to be gorgeous to behold. After eighty-minutes of story, however, I'm ready for things to start happening...
The show tries to kill me with that terrible doll, Jughead unearths a buried secret, and Archie thinks people just have spare arcade machines. It's Riverdale, baby!
Nancy may not know who killed Tiffany and Lucy, but she comes closer this week to figuring out WHY they died.
It's a tale of two mothers on this week's Castle Rock. But which one will Joy choose?
The stakes are raised on a claustrophobic episode of The Purge this week.
Mr. Mercedes's season 3 comes to an end and we all get to read the Rothstein manuscripts and live happily ever after. Maybe.
The Mandalorian starts off strong with a great debut outing. The series is confident, highly produced, with a great lead and a great premise...and there's even room for improvement. Full review here...
The Walking Dead delivers its best episode of season 10 so far...