Supergirl continued on a steady note Sunday night.  The superhero drama had 984,000 total viewers and a 0.2 rating, holding steady with last week’s series low.  Batwoman Season 1 Episode 4 had 1.26 million total viewers and a 0.3 rating, remaining a steady option in the ratings for The CW.  Our critic is sold on
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Aside from what seems to be the inciting incident in Michonne’s (Danai Gurira) final Walking Dead story (more on that later), “Silence the Whisperers” was an internal episode, focusing on the emotional and mental states of Lydia (Cassady McClincy), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) specifically, and the increasingly paranoid and fearful communities
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How did Cooper feel about his blast from the past? On The Blacklist Season 7 Episode 4, an officer the agent served with, who was long presumed dead, resurfaced as a POW.  Determined to get some answers about his return, he went on a deadly mission.  However, the Task Force revealed that his return could be
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Enough already, Gabi! Since Gabi was beaten in jail, then exonerated, she’s done nothing but lash out at everyone while constantly announcing that she’s the real victim. Her constant tirades against Abigail were bad enough. But on Days of Our Lives during the week of 10-21-19, she decided to take revenge against Lani for killing
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They say don’t call it a comeback, so we won’t. And if you happen to need clarity to what I’m referring to, that would be the way that EVIL Season 1 Episode 5 surprisingly rebounded after the disasterous EVIL Season 1 Episode 4. Sure, there were still issues — namely the subplot involving Kristen’s daughters — but
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Endings are always bittersweet, but that’s especially true when it pertains to your favorite TV shows.  The saying “all goods things must come to an end” and “it’s better to end while you’re ahead” all ring true.  Nothing can last forever … except maybe Grey’s Anatomy.  Rather than overstay its welcome, It’s better if a
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[embedded content] [Warning: The following essay contains graphic language about suicide that may be upsetting or triggering for some people.] I had a lot of feelings when Hulu announced that Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage would be adapting John Green‘s debut novel, Looking for Alaska into an eight-episode miniseries. Excitement, because Looking for Alaska is
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