A reference guide for Disney Plus’ “Summer Time Rendering,” including character descriptions, names of actors, quotes from the series, and more.
“Summer Time Rendering” presents a movie-level type of story which mixes the supernatural, a murder mystery, and apparently some groundhog day elements.
In “The Lost Girls,” legendary literary figure Peter Pan is used as an entry point to talk about generational trauma, mental illness, and feeling disconnected from reality.
In this action-packed movie, a young princess (who isn’t given an actual name) takes her fate into her own hands, even if it means putting her kingdom at risk.
“The Man Who Fell To Earth” ends its first season by exploring who can really be trusted when too many people want control and only for selfish gains?
In a Keyshawn, aka Miss Mississippi-focused episode, we see the circumstances which led her to the Pynk, Derrick, and the end of her partnership with Rome.
In this action-comedy, a boy takes advantage of most of the women in his life, but especially his demon girlfriend, who kills other demons to make him money.
The day has come for Chizuru to get on stage and prove herself as an actress and, unbeknownst to her, her biggest fan, Kazuya, is in the audience
As Emmett seeks new advice on co-parenting and being a man, Trig evolves into Victor, who struggles with the idea of what it takes to run for City Council.
In the finale for season 4, a four-phase plan is put in place to defeat Vecna, and while unexpected people join to help, things still go awry.