In what hopefully is just the season finale, not series finale, Shuichi gets a glimpse of his past and encounters the only one who can provide answers: Elena.
Ray and Jackie's storylines finally link, thus making for a better show, but at what cost?
As Trig struggles with Jake and Imani to a certain degree, Kiesha missing for nearly three days brings high-level anxiety to her family.
"Sing 'Yesterday' For Me" does well in the beginning, but as time goes on, its pacing starts to dismantle its highlights.
"Looks That Kill" makes for a lukewarm dark comedy, but has a romance that makes it worth viewing.
Trauma is often noted as a big, usually physical thing. However, long after the wound heals, it is mostly mental and emotional, as seen in the latest episode of "The Bold Type."
By the time this episode is over, you will be scrounging social media to see if it has been renewed or for hints of what is coming next.
All seems lost. Which is a strange thing to say when it comes to a religious family like the Greenleafs. Yet, in the darkest hour, he shall arrive.
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Devastating news comes to Avonlea but, luckily, the community comes together to help ease the pain. If just for a day or two.
Oh, Ramona! has a mini-series vibe which makes the movie, while enjoyable, feel long.