In what might be Milly Alcock and Emily Carey’s last episode, allegiances are declared, and as always in “Game of Thrones,” a wedding is ruined.
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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.
We’ve come to the end of “Mike,” which gives you a wonderful send-off.
Alongside commenting on the Evander Holyfield fight, and the post-prison years, we meet Monica Turner.
Alongside learning Earn is in therapy, we learn why he ended up leaving Princeton before the events of season 1.
Season 4, the final season of “Atlanta,” begins with the usual aimless episode that gives you a weird, episodic, slice-of-life story.
The ladies meet the men’s truth-tellers, of which the majority are their exes, leading to the idea that some minas well just eliminate themselves.
It’s time for the production of “Frozen” to happen, and between anxiety, Channing, a Nini, and Miss Jenn appearance, it is a magical night before the storm.
“Tell Me Lies” shifts focus to Bree as she achieves a major goal, and Stephen tries to achieve one of his. All while Lucy is confused about their relationship.
“Cyberpunk: Edgerunners” might be graphic and flashy in terms of sex and violence, but there might be enough here to show that isn’t all this can offer.
The Landry and Bordelon family face off again with the parish council put in the middle, but without Charley there, can they win?