A hitman and a flying blue unicorn team-up to find a missing girl. Happy! is unapologetically weird, funny, and violent.
There’s more to a supervillain than their plot to take over the world. To be a match for their opponent, their conflict has to be personal.
There’s no right way to be a parent but TV has a way of showing the type of parent you wouldn’t want to be.
Good sci-fi, but not necessarily good Star Trek.
Who doesn’t love a bit of nostalgia? We all had a favorite TV show in the past that stopped running, and seeing new episodes of it definitely sounds great!
“God, I love the net!”
It started… now it looks like it’s finished!
Told you walls don’t work.
Fight the future.
…and breathe. Work is over for most (sorry retail) and it is time to watch the best TV on offer this Christmas. And here it is:
For its mid-season finale The Walking Dead offers nonsensical writing and pretty much renders the previous episodes of season 8 pointless.
“Time for After” is frustrating episode seemingly void of logic and any intention to live up to the show’s prestige.
An upgrade from last week with a bit more going on but “The King, the Widow and Rick” is another filler episode and at times contains some very lazy writing
“The Big Scary U” offers some valuable insight into the hierarchy of The Saviors but ultimately falls into disappointing filler episode territory.