Without going Hillary vs. Donald, it’s important to focus on what Donald Trump said at tonight’s Presidential debate… Or rather, what he didn’t say.
First, let’s begin with the release of his tax returns. He remains the only candidate to not release this information to the public, a fact that is shady all by itself. He claims he’ll release these when Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails are released, so he doesn’t really understand what deleted means, and he claims he’s going “against his lawyer’s wishes” if he releases these.
How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 started with a bang, literally. Wes’ father was shot, presumably by Frank, and now Annalise is on the hunt for him as everyone else adjusts to law school again. Are they really good people now?
On How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Episode 2, the hunt for Frank will continue as the Keating 5 and Annalise continue to spiral. With their marks so low at law school after the past two seasons of murder, all of their futures are on the line.
American Horror Story: Roanoke has started off with a bang, and some bloody pilgrims wandering the forest at night with torches, roasting people over the fire like pigs. It’s been a real picnic.
On American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 3, Shelby and Matt’s lives in their old farmhouse are about to get even darker.
Sharon Carter, played by Emily VanCamp, has been dealt a losing role in the Captain America films, which instead of focusing on Steve and his relationships with anyone except Bucky are overloaded with other Marvel heroes.
Agent 13 first appeared in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Steve’s S.H.I.E.L.D. handler, and the woman on the inside when the agency was taken over by Hydra and disintegrated. It wasn’t until Captain America: Civil War, released in May 2016, that Sharon Carter’s relationship with Steve was made prevalent to fans, and when it did, it was quite disappointing.
How To Get Away With Murder has been my number one favorite show since the pilot. As an aspiring TV writer, it’s always very inspiring to see a plot-hole free plot, perfectly written characters, and overall amazing writing. So whenever a new season comes out, I am jumping up and down with joy because it never disappoints. This season premiere didn’t let me down. Do I really need to warn you there are spoilers ahead?
How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Episode 1 was, as usual, packed with show-stoppers.
It’s not cool, it’s not something to be envied. Depression isn’t what it’s made out to be in the media.
The media uses depression to explain away sadness, even simple sadness, but they don’t dive into the many different forms of depression. Speaking for myself, it doesn’t come with the Hot Topic wardrobe, or the cigarette that’s always lit. Hell, it doesn’t even come every day. But it’s always there.
After the stunning This Is Us premiere, The Big Three are forced to confront the problems they’ve created in their lives with their recent choices.
Coming down from his epic on-set meltdown, Kevin is forced to deal with the consequences of breaching his contract and fears retaliation from the network for insulting them and their business. His biggest fear is probably being blackballed in the business and not being able to land a job, but first, it’s dealing with the fallout.
Since the announcement of Supergirl’s move to The CW, and casting of Teen Wolf’s Tyler Hoechlin as the Man of Steel, we finally know the extent that Clark Kent will play in Season 2.
Why do we need Clark Kent to appear in Supergirl Season 2? Truthfully, we don’t. His presence in Season 1 was already too overpowering, but now we must deal with Kara actually living in his shadow.
This Is Us was neither dark nor unbelievably funny. Instead we saw a heartwarming relationship between siblings celebrating their 36th birthdays, and in an alternate timeline, saw the parents of those siblings and their love for one another and the children as the mother went into labor.
This Is Us Season 1 Episode 1 could’ve been conceived as a slow start to a series, but for a series that so drastically resembles the standing tradition of the intertwined family drama, it set up a decent story for every character to explore.
From lost hacker Skye to the infamous powered Quake, Daisy Johnson has come a long way since the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiere.
As Season 4 premieres on September 20, Daisy’s journey is taking a new turn into the inevitable unknown of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Reeling from the loss of her love, Lincoln Campbell, who sacrificed himself to save her and the world, she’s lost basically everyone she’s ever cared about.