It’s Evan’s 21st birthday, and with that comes an understanding of where he came from and part of his struggles on deciding what is next in his life.
Browsing: TV Series
Anime: In this sub-category, you’ll find TV series that are generally Japanese anime, but also animation from across the world.
Independent: Shows in this category are not on a network, but either can be found on YouTube, Instagram or currently are looking for distribution and were seen at a festival.
Recommended (Must See): These are the shows that leave a lasting impact that you find yourself having fond memories of and likely re-watching while in a certain mood or to bond with someone who has never seen them.
Positive (Watch This): Be it the characters’ perceptions, the jokes or drama, or simply because it seems all the time and effort made into the production seriously just paid off, this is a show to watch.
Mixed (Stick Around): You can see potential in the future, but it is hard to tell if you’re being optimistic or the series just needs time to flesh everything out.
Negative (Niche Show): The show just seems like it will only appeal to a niche audience. As for the rest? I can’t say with much faith it will hold your interest. This isn’t to say one or two things may not seem like they can be a sort of silver lining or act as some beacon of hope. However, only a strong faith may get you through the season, if not series.
While Jax is trying to dedicate all her efforts to Brayden’s case, being someone’s mom, wife, confidant/friend, and legal advisor (pro bono) has her overwhelmed.
Nova decides to approach everyone about her book adaptation, and to say she has bad timing would be an understatement.
Season 6 begins by closing a major chapter for Shaun and crafting a new challenge for those that survive Owen.
The aftermath of Hayak’s demise is felt by Arman, as Thony presents a business deal that mostly benefits her but could become a lifeline for Arman.
The cause of Tanya’s death is revealed in probably the most extensive story “9-1-1” has ever done.
With Mason Quinn capturing Robin and preparing to not only kill her but make her into a terrorist, what can be done by Robin’s crew and the NYPD?
“Driftmark” reminds you that, no matter the time period or world, there is no such thing as a family gathering that won’t led to drama.
As Louis comes into being as a vampire, he struggles with this second bout of puberty and all the wilds that come with it.
Modernized in some ways but keeping the core story intact, we watch Louis again recounting meeting Lestat in an adaptation that struggles against its predecessors.