Deadly Class comes to a bloody end with a few unexpected deaths and the family in disarray.
Good Trouble dives into varying topics dealing with race from pay gaps, representation, privilege, and also how to be an ally this episode.
Based on a true story, The Act pushes all involved past what you might expect for some and others towards a reminder of why they have had such long careers.
9-1-1 returns, and it is like we never left as the drama picks up and kicks things into the next gear.
You might be surprised that, after The Leather Special, Schumer has a new comedy special that *gasps* is actually quite funny.
In the season finale, Annie meets her troll, Vera has a bit of a breakdown, Fran and Annie have a fight and so much more.
Annie hits another post out of the park, but the fallout from her article may unravel many relationships she has built.
Annie finds herself taking on her insecurities, even Gabe, after going to an inclusive pool party.
On top of possibly seeing the scene which led to SMILF being cancelled, we get a few moments that might make you cry.
Ryan is given a chance to really step up, show he is boyfriend material, as Fran’s brother Lamar shows up and brings up something done in the past.