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Season Reviews & TV Specials
When you got a formula which works, in which you can just change the actors...
Garo – Vanishing Line is bloated and surely not going to push you to look...
Season 2 of 9-1-1 avoids any sense of a sophomore slump by balancing the 911 drama you love and developing both new and old characters.
Goblin Slayer takes the least tread road by being a sometimes-violent anime yet still putting time and effort into its lead’s emotional development.
Mr. Inbetween: Season 2, Episode 1 “Shoulda Tapped” [Season Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
Mr. Inbetween returns and between an issue Britt has at school and one of Ray’s employers trying to be cheap, it’s same ole, same ole.
David goes to his first dance, and it seems a lot of people are heavily invested in his potential love life – beyond his date!
In the season finale for Queen Sugar, while many find peace, unfortunately for Charley, it seems she just keeps swapping who she is at war with.
Grace and Noah’s son is introduced, as Jacob finds himself back in Cavalry drama and trying to work with an antsy Kerissa.
People are forced to tell the truth as accusations fly left and right. However, some aren’t ready for the truth, or there isn’t enough evidence to substantiate it.
The final night before Samuel went missing is explored, as well as the last night of Lu trying to salvage any of her relationships.
As Lu continues to drown, Samuel may have finally gotten what he needs. Also, whether Omar and Ander will break up is decided.
With Nano’s release comes loads of drama. However, he isn’t the only thing on Guzman’s mind. Also, Polo nearly kills again.
As Ander risks exposure, he does something drastic to hide his secret. Also, the romantic relationships in the show, current or past, maintain a dramatic flux.