Season 2 starts off right with what fans wanted in season 1 – an episode focused on the origins and life of Fezco and Ashtray.
As Robyn gets involved with a rap beef, we learn Delilah may have a special friend, and Harry tries to figure a way to do the work he loves without getting caught.
Between the past and the present, someone gets killed. But whether it is because they know too much or Misty? Well…
See For Me gives you a quality, one-location thriller that forces you to have complicated feelings about the lead, despite them being legally blind.
Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward: Season 1/ Episode 1 “RGB” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
With the rare 40+ minute pilot, Tokyo 24th Ward seems to want to set a difficult precedent for other anime to follow in 2022.
It’s decision-making time, and so comes the question of whether the obvious and logical matches happen, or will there be a curveball or two?
In this episode, we finally learn the fate of Jeevan once he and Kirsten separated.
As Tyler and Kirsten enter Severn City Airport, now named The Museum of Civilization, encounters with old faces trigger old memories.