The Orville Crashed and Burned Before It Took Off
From the man who brought Family Guy to small screens everywhere, comes a sci-fi dramedy that screams Star Trek wannabe.…
First Look: Guilt
A few weeks before Guilt premiered, Hulu insisted on airing trailers everywhere. Glancing at the trailer, I had decided that…
Shadowhunters Redeems Itself
Some shows require more than a few episodes to find their voice and Shadowhunters proved to be one of these…
Throne of Glass: A Spoiler-Free Review
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien, the world’s greatest assassin, is sentenced to hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier. One day,…
The Family Takes Lost & Found to a New Level
Last week, ABC unleashed a silent bomb with the premiere of The Family. The show is about Adam Warren, an…
Quantico Sets out to Break Stereotypes
Set amidst flashbacks and present time, Quantico tells the story of FBI Agent Alex Parrish, wrongly accused of carrying out…
‘The Real O’Neals’ Struggles to Fit In
The network that brought on a plethora of TV shows embracing diversity (Fresh Off The Boat, Blackish, and The Goldbergs)…
Red Queen: A Brutally Honest Review
Ever so often, books are so excellent that they speak for themselves from the very first pages. The first few…
Will DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Stand The Test of Time?
Set in the same fictional universe as Arrow and The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow starts off in the year…
Was Masterchef Season 6 Rigged?
Half a year later, Masterchef Season 6 made its way onto my screen. Speak of lack of things to watch!…