The fourth episode of the Beverly Hills 90210 quasi-reboot “BH 90210” begins with an exterior shot of the Peach Pit. If you watched the original show, you might recall the Peach Pit was the regular hang out for most of the characters.
The eighth episode of the Mindy Kaling / Matt Warburton co-created mini-series Four Weddings and a Funeral landed on Hulu Wednesday, 28 August 2019 with an enormous splash and it’s “Game Night.”
The latest episode of Pennyworth, the Batman prequel series which chronicles Alfred Pennyworth’s (Jack Bannon) life before becoming the Wayne family’s butler, is an odd bucket of bolts.
What, if you saw a young person sitting on the edge of a bridge, would you think he was doing there? “It’s too low. Tower block. Or fast-moving train,” Ralf Roberts said. “That’s what you need.”
In the aftermath of Samantha Wheeler (Katherine Heigl) manufacturing evidence to win against Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) and Faye Richardson (Denise Crosby) firing her, the senior partners look to get their partner back and the New York State Bar’s Special Master gone.
Do you remember how last week’s episode, "Lights, Camera, Wedding," ended for Kash (Nikesh Patel)? Considering Kash wasn’t completely committed to a romantic relationship with Fatima (Rakhee Thakrar), I can’t say that I feel all that sorry for him. Let’s face it, Kash only has eyes for Maya (Nathalie Emmanuel). Consequently, because of his feelings for Maya, Kash didn’t really show Fatima the level of interest one might if you were looking towards marriage.