As the question of whether Will is staying in Bel-Air is proposed, Hillary and Viv make progress in their careers and relationship, and Phil’s political campaign hits a crossroad.
As Leah’s mother is introduced, and Teddy makes a move, increasingly it seems Leah is better off befriending her sister than making her an enemy.
Outsiders try to infiltrate high society with the goal of not only fitting in but learning the truth and potentially revenge – what more can you ask for?
In a way, “First Responders” could be seen as a minor “Josh Begins,” as we learn why he joined the 9-1-1 responders.
As Uncle Clifford’s first Pynk graduate comes through, the mystery which is Hailey’s past life continues to unravel.
We go deep into Athena’s past, to 1989 – 1991 to be exact, and learn of the second major loss that made her become and remain a cop.
While the twist, and what comes after, in Running Out Of Time may leave you a little divisive, I’d submit Stokes and Houston are becoming better storytellers.
With Star flailing, she decides to do something drastic. However, her actions don’t compare to Simone’s which may have gotten someone killed.
Issues with parents are on full display as moves are made to get Star out of jail and the ASA nominations come out.
I never thought I would find myself calling a show a “Guilty Pleasure.” If only because I operate on the Shonda Rhimes definition which is “[…] like saying ‘I’m embarrassed to say I watch it but I can’t stop.’” However, Daytime Divas is such a mess. Of which Vanessa Williams barely keeps everything together and,…