Jules and Ophelia must come to a mutual agreement on how things are running with the vigilante business. But, when they disagree things take quite a turn.
Jules and Ophelia’s friendship takes a blow on Sweet/Vicious Season 1 Episode 8, “Back to Black.”
On the winter premiere of The Vampire Diaries, the countdown to the final episode of the series begins. On this episode, we get the question of who is more evil between Damon and Stefan answered, and Sybil just needs to go away… period.
The Vampire Diaries Season 8 Episode 8, “We Have History Together” was the final of many episodes directed by the talented Ian Somerhalder. However, it’s got to be the season’s slowest episode but we do get a better idea of the dynamic between Damon and Stefan’s brotherly relationship.
A new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film is set to arrive this May, and while plot details have been kept to a minimum, some answers may be hiding in plain sight. Oh, here’s what an understanding of ‘Star Wars’ universe can tell us about the plot of the new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film.
In the trailer, we meet a young man, unnamed but known in press releases as Henry (Brenton Thwaites), who is confronted by Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), the captain of a Ghostly Crew (because all the villain crews in the Pirates of the Caribbean series are supernaturally themed). Henry is wearing a necklace, one the audience has seen before.
Juliette begins to find her path down the road of recovery, both mentally and physically, while Maddie finally faces familial repercussions of her emancipation trial and the effect that had on her relationships.
On Nashville Season 5 Episode 3, “Let’s Put It Back Together Again,” the series’ move to CMT continues to breathe new life into the story and characters that we’d come to know so well. In fact, it’s even better than before.
Back in Nashville, Rayna suggests that her and Deacon create a concept album together to highlight their lives together, while Scarlett breaks down after Rayna picks the new single for The Exes, and it’s not a song she’s very fond of.
On Nashville Season 5 Episode 2, “Back in Baby’s Arms,” the series’ shift to CMT continues to highlight the strengths of Nashville that were never quite achieved on ABC, the network of overproduced drama. Personal relationships continue to be explored, and the cracks in each of them shines through.
Jules and Ophelia must hide their identities as the vigilanties when the campus gets put on lockdown.
Sweet/Vicious Season 1 Episode 6, “Fearless,” is a tear-jerking, throat clenching masterpiece. This show always pushes the limits and does justice for survivors everywhere. “Fearless” changes the game for everyone at Darlington and sets Jules and Ophelia on a new path that they never expected to be on.
The McCall pack takes a road trip towards another clue to finding Stiles. Meanwhile, Liam and Hayden try to figure out a plan on how to catch a Ghost Rider.
Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 6, “Ghosted,” brings back a familiar face along with possibly a new ally. Scott, Malia, and Lydia make their way to Canaan in hopes of finding another clue about Stiles. But, they end up with horrifying visions and going face to face with another banshee.
The Vampire Diaries is only a few episodes away from being another show that ended. As much as the show has been running for so long, it’s time for it to come to an end. But before it does, there are a few things I and probably other fans would like to see before we say goodbye to our long-lived vampires and the crazy that is Mystic Falls.
The final season of The Vampire Diaries could have gone a different route. I know Julie Plec said it would go back to its basics AKA Season 1 feels, but so far I’ve been a little underwhelmed with it. We’re 7 episodes in, with only 9 episodes left of this final season, and I need some changes.
For the 20- and 30-somethings of my generation, Friends Thanksgiving episodes are an annual holiday rite of passage. But now that we’ve moved from Pumpkin Spice Season to Red Cup Season, don’t sleep on the Christmas and New Year’s episodes, y’all; New York at the holidays is straight-up magic (even the fictional New York where gainfully-employed people somehow have the time to spend hours and hours on weekday afternoons sitting around coffee shop couches), and there is some quality content on this list. We’ll be counting down the 11 holiday episodes from worst to best!
Nashville made its way to CMT with the series’ best episode yet. As Juliette recovers from her plane crash, Rayna confronts a horrible truth: she’s lost her way, and her voice.
On Nashville Season 5 Episode 1, “The Wayfaring Stranger,” the outcome of Juliette’s horrifying plane crash is revealed, while Rayna has her first panic attack because of the way her life is going.