Still of The Resident on Fox. Sonia See reviews the Tv show.

The Resident Is Almost a New Kind of Medical Drama

Medical dramas are old, but not old enough, according to Fox’s newest addition to its 2017–2018 lineup. Premiered on Jan. 21, The Resident is yet another hospital drama at first glance — pretty people, white coats, moral duty, on-the-job relationships, charlatan doctors aka the perfect recipe to follow in the footsteps of Grey’s Anatomy. But, […]

A picture of Guilt, the Tv show

First Look: Guilt

A few weeks before Guilt premiered, Hulu insisted on airing trailers everywhere. Glancing at the trailer, I had decided that I was not going to watch the show. Then, the reality of my barren playlist hit me – I had nothing else to watch. Guilt follows the story of Grace Atwood, an American student involved […]

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Shadowhunters Redeems Itself

Some shows require more than a few episodes to find their voice and Shadowhunters proved to be one of these shows. Following the disastrous review that the series received from its first few episodes, it was only fair to give it another go. Everybody has to be allowed room for improvement. With the CGI remaining […]

Sonia See Reviews Throne of Glass

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, she is pulled aside and is made an offer that is too hard to refuse: She is to serve as the Crown Prince’s champion in the upcoming competition to find a new champion/assassin for the […]

Poster for the Tv Show, the family

The Family Is off to a Clever Start

Last week, ABC unleashed a silent bomb with the premiere of The Family. The show is about Adam Warren, an 8-year-old boy, who goes missing while his mother campaigns for City Council. After the confession of the next door neighbor, the family comes to terms that their child is dead until a decade after the […]

Review of Quantico the Tv Show by Sonia See

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 a terrorist act. She escapes the FBI’s custody and is on the run to find out which of her former classmates set her up. The show is divided between her time as an FBI trainee […]

Sonia See reviews The Real O'Neals

‘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) adds on a brand new sitcom about a very religious Irish-American family whose lives seem perfect until one night, where the entire family decides to confess their secrets. The parents (Plimpton and Ferguson) are getting […]

Sonia See Reviews Red Queen

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 lines draw the reader in while the chapters grip the reader making them stay till the end. These are some of the characteristics of a good book. Red Queen, unfortunately, does not possess any of […]