In the penultimate episode of the season (seems soon right), love is the focus. Specifically, new love, developing, old, and a relationship that might have ended.
The ladies of the Bold Type come to unexpected realizations. One of which may destroy something they have invested in for a long time.
Trauma is often noted as a big, usually physical thing. However, long after the wound heals, it is mostly mental and emotional, as seen in the latest episode of "The Bold Type."
As Jane struggles with being critical to an employee, Sutton is trying to be a supermom, and Oliver tries to put his feelings aside so Carly can have a relationship with her dad.
Three months have passed and, as always with "The Bold Type," it's not about change as much as it is about growth.
"Motherland – Fort Salem" reminds you why there is a craving for original ideas and not rehashed stories, be it in the form of remakes of novel adaptations.
Motherland: Fort Salem Season 1 Episode 10 “Witchbomb” [Season Finale] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers
Endings mean new beginnings, and as we learn who has been hunting the Tarim, we get a handful of other surprises that pack a punch.
As General Adler faces her most shocking defeat, we’re reminded how she has found a means to survive and be in power this long.
Death hits the Bellweather unit as they are sent on their first mission and forced to face the reality of being soldiers.