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  • A close up of Kate Winslet as the Chancellor sitting in front of a brown wall with a gilded pattern looking toward the camera

    The Regime Premiere Recap: While the Show Falters, Kate Winslet Rules

    The following recap contains spoilers for the premiere of The Regime Episode 1, “Victory Day” (written by Will Tracey and directed by Stephen Frears) HBO’s highly anticipated new limited series The Regime certainly had the budget, the star, and the pedigree to be something special; unfortunately, in the premiere (“Victory Day”) at least, the series […] More

  • Aang, holding his staff, Katara, and Sokka stand facing to the left with clouds and several other water tribe members behind them

    Avatar: The Last Airbender S1E1 — Netflix’s Live-Action Series Premiere Comes Out Firing

    The following contains spoilers for the premiere of Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender, S1E1, “Aang” (written by Albert Kim, Michael Dante DiMartino & Bryan Konietzko, and directed by Michael Goi) The new live-action version of Avatar: The Last Airbender released on Netflix yesterday, finally offering an answer to the question fans of the original […] More

  • The Gaang, Appa, Katara, Momo, Aang, and Sokka looking away toward the giant full moon

    Favorite Moments in the Original Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1

    Clay Dockery shares their 10 favorite moments in Season 1 of Avatar: The Last Airbender—the original Nickelodeon version. On February 22nd, Netflix is releasing the first season of their live-action version of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Since fans have been burned before, many are apprehensive about the show. The trailers so far have looked pretty […] More

  • Alberta, Pete and Flower sitting on a couch in the Woodstone parlour with Trevor and Thorfinn standing behind them all looking to the left in Ghosts on CBS

    My Favorite Ghosts on CBS’s Ghosts

    Before going into my favorite ghosts on CBS’s Ghosts, I want to share a bit of context. Ghosts occupy a unique place in our culture, symbolizing a connection between the living and the afterlife, and often serve as catalysts for comedic chaos and heartfelt moments. The American version of Ghosts, the CBS version of the […] More

  • Josh and Melissa looking at each other and holding hands as the rest of the cast looks on behind them in the Schmigadoon! Season 2 finale

    Schmigadoon! Season 2 Finale Recap: “Over and Done” — A Happy Beginning

    The following recap contains spoilers for the Schmigadoon! Season 2 finale, “Over and Done” (written by Cinco Paul and directed by Robert Luketic) The Schmigadoon! Season 2 finale (“Over and Done”) ends with Josh and Melissa (Kegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong) returning to the “real” world once again, singing their joy that they can start […] More

  • Melissa on stage in a blue fluffy dress kicking a drink out of the hand of a patron

    Schmigadoon! S2E5 Recap: “Famous As Hell” Twists and Turns

    The following recap contains spoilers for Schmigadoon! S2E5, “Famous As Hell” (written by Josh Lieb and directed by Robert Luketic) There always has to be a twist and Schmigadoon! S2E5, “Famous As Hell,” brings several. As, reveling in the success of their plan to make the others happy, Josh and Melissa fall for the trappings […] More

  • Jenny in the center smiling while Josh on the left and Melissa on the right look at her, surronded by dancers

    Schmigadoon! S2E4 Recap: “Something Real” Spreads the Love

    The following recap contains spoilers for Schmigadoon! S2E4, “Something Real” (written by Raina Morris and directed by Alice Mathias) Schmigadoon! S2E4, “Something Real,” starts the second half of the season by allowing the characters other than Josh and Melissa to experience something they have not been able to up until this point, genuine emotional connection. […] More

  • Bobby Flannigan doing a split on top of a table while holding sparklers with jurors behind her and light coming in windos

    Schmigadoon! S2E3 Recap: “Bells and Whistles” Lets It All Hang Out

    The following recap contains spoilers for Schmigadoon! S2E3, “Bells and Whistles” (written by Jane Klausner and directed by Alice Mathias) Schmigadoon! S2E3 picks up right where the previous episode, “Doorway to Where,” left off. The episode continues the show’s impressive winning streak with its captivating plot and well-executed musical numbers. After Josh and Topher’s successful […] More

  • Josh in Melissa stand in darkness in the forground looking at a bright sign that reads "Welcome to Schmicago"

    Schmigadoon! Season 2 Premiere Recap — Enter Schmicago

    The following recap contains spoilers for the Season 2 premiere of Schmigadoon! S2E1, “Welcome to Schmicago” (written by Cinco Paul and directed by Alice Mathias) and S2E2, “Doorway to Where” (written by Jonathan Tolins and directed by Alice Mathias) Schmigadoon! returns with a two-episode Season 2 premiere that not only keeps the momentum going from […] More

  • Charlie looks frightfully out the passenger side window with Cliff in the background wearing sunglasses with his hand on the steering wheel

    Poker Face S1E10 Recap: “The Hook” Brings You Back (Season Finale)

     The following recap contains spoilers for Poker Face, S1E10, “The Hook” (written by  Nora & Rian Johnson and directed by Janicza Bravo) “The Hook,” the Poker Face Season 1 finale, has been the most divisive entry of the entire season, with some viewers and critics wondering how it could miss the mark so badly, while […] More

  • Morty looking over her shoulder at Charlie as Charlie drives a car, with snow outside the window

    Poker Face S1E9 Recap: “Escape From Shit Mountain” Breaks Free for a Thrill Ride

     The following recap contains spoilers for Poker Face, S1E9, “Escape From Shit Mountain” (written by  Nora & Lilla Zuckerman, and directed by Rian Johnson) For the penultimate episode, Poker Face pulls out all the stops with a dark, moody, psychologically-intense thriller. “Escape From Shit Mountain” takes all of the beats of the show and takes […] More

  • Nick Nolte reclines in a chair while holding a bottle in Poker Face S1E8

    Poker Face S1E8 Recap: “The Orpheus Syndrome” Embraces the Madness

    The following recap contains spoilers for Poker Face S1E8, “The Orpheus Syndrome” (written by  Natasha Lyonne & Alice Ju, and directed by Natasha Lyonne). It only seems right that the psychologically deepest, weirdest, and most experimental episode of Poker Face yet was written and directed by Natasha Lyonne herself. Though, it must be noted that […] More

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