As Lucifer reverts back to the devil he once was, Amenadiel is forced to face Remy to protect his child. Also, Dan decides to get petty, and Maze develops a crush.
Frankie’s point of view, and why she is contentious with Sam is put out there, but whether or not Sam accepts responsibility is a whole different thing.
Sharp Objects, once it gets into its groove, reminds you why mini-series make for the best method to do book adaptations.
It has been more than a year since we were gifted with a new episode of Better Things, and this feels like an appetizer for what’s to come.
The Act ends by trying to clean up Gypsy’s image by making it seem she truly did make a mistake and didn’t realize the consequences of killing her mom.
As Hen did earlier this season, Howard Han aka Chimney, gets his due by having an episode dedicated to his backstory.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits will have you questioning how bad of a person you are for laughing at his offensive material.
After a trying few days, Sam has a bit of a breakdown that drinking with friends won’t fix.
Some of the awkwardness of episode 1 slips as you realize Pete, while gay, is still Georgia made and Tiff has long left her conservative upbringing behind.
While learning how and if Emma, Ray, and the others escaped you'd think would be the high point, it is actually an emotional sendoff to someone else.