Like many shows which use violence as a selling point, The Boys’ use of gore and shock wears off fast. Thankfully, however, there is a sense of emotional depth to compensate.
In the finale, we finally get to see powers used for fights and a reason to want to see more as all hell breaks loose.
How one wields their power and influence is focused on as Tess reads Simone’s short story and Will fears what may come if he continues to be a manager.
In the penultimate episode of the season, Tess’ fantasy becomes a reality and many start contemplating life after the Pink Chair.
“Long and Windy Roads” focuses on couples who, from lack of communication to baggage from past relationships, struggled to make it to the altar.
Doni and Nando get the opportunity of a lifetime as Rita tries to gain forgiveness from not just Cacau, but Jussara.
David Meets Man brings a vibe which feels like a small indie made with love into a series format with limitless potential.
As Nova comes to terms with what she did, and tries to atone, Darla struggles in isolation. Also, the men challenge themselves to open up to one another.
With a season renewal already it announced, that undercuts what was a rather emotional end to season 3 of The Handmaid’s Tale.
Elektra becomes the mother and person we expected to see, after the time jump, as she takes her daughters out to recover from a harsh summer.