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    Spring 2024 TV Premieres with Release Dates and Blurbs

    Reports are that there will be fewer new TV shows to premiere in 2024 than there were in 2023, but there’s still a lot of TV out there! Here we look at those things that have pinged our radar for the upcoming TV season, be they completely new series or new seasons of ongoing series. […] More

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    March 2023 TV Premieres: Release Dates, Blurbs & More!

    March 2023 is going to bring us a number of highly anticipated new and returning TV series, from Yellowjackets to Succession, Ted Lasso, The Mandalorian, History of the World, Part II and more. We’re here to run down the upcoming premieres we’re excited about, and to say a little bit about why. Below you’ll find […] More

  • A pop-up book featuring a cop firing during a traffic stop in Evil S2E6 "C is for Cop"

    Evil S2E6: “C Is for Cop”

    First of all, let’s talk about Evil S2’s ongoing motif of the pop-up book announcing the title of each episode. “C Is for Cop” looks different, showing the owner of the hands manipulating the book (at least in this episode) to be Sheryl. After replacing the book on the shelf in the Bouchard daughters’ bedroom […] More

  • A pop-up book featuring a zombie in Evil S2E5 Z is for Zombie

    Evil S2E5: “Z Is for Zombie”

    Hoo boy, “Z Is for Zombie” brings the spooky this week. While actual zombies are probably the least plausible possibility of Evil so far, this episode works exceptionally well in how it utilizes sound and cinematography. Evil S2E5 opens with Lila Bouchard and her friend Alex watching a zombie movie together. Lila briefly gets up […] More

  • A pair of hands holding a pop-up book of people trapped in an elevator in Evil E Is For Elevator

    Evil S2E4: “E Is for Elevator”

    Hoo, boy, is Evil’s latest episode, “E Is for Elevator” (S2E4), an absolute banger. I mean, they all are, but this one is too. Is it irony if Michael Emerson’s acting ability feels like a godsend for him playing such a convincingly devilish character? Leland, you love to hate him, is having the time of […] More

  • A hand operates the tab on a pop-up book.

    Evil S2E1: “N Is for Night Terrors”

    The following contains spoilers for Evil S2E1, “N Is for Night Terrors” When I was very young, like single digit years, whenever my dad would get home from work, our dog, Shiloh, would get a treat (Milk Bones, remember those?). I recall one instance, my dad got home and my sister and I both wanted […] More

  • A winged demon descends from the rafters.

    Let’s Talk About the Evil Season 2 Trailer

    Most of the imagery in the striking teaser trailer for Season 2 of Evil won’t have much meaning to those that haven’t seen the first season. For fans, there’s plenty to talk about. The tone is set immediately with our three central protagonists–Kristen Bouchard (Katja Herbers), David Acosta (Mike Colter) and Ben Shakir (Aasif […] More

  • Kristen and a suspect face each other across a table in an interrogation room.

    Evil Season 1: Sowing Fear Through Uncertainty

    Sight unseen, Evil sounds like a standard-issue primetime CBS procedural with a “case of the week” and occasional character development. However, Evil itself is a clever, gripping and frightening premium-caliber program in the skin of something else. It is startlingly good, boasting interesting characters, creative plotting, and rich thematic concepts. What really makes Season 1 […] More

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