With so much to cover, I’m finally getting around to looking at the "Manhunt" episode of the Michael Rauch created television series Instinct.
Esme Winikus’s (Emma Corrin) premature death takes its toll on Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon) in this latest episode. In Rob Bailey’s "Shirley Bassey," old foes are seen reinvigorated, new ones crawl out from beneath the woodwork, and a restaurant is redecorated with an interesting shade of brain matter.
Starring Ruth Goodwin and Kristopher Turner as Natalie and Mark, respectively, Stuckis one of those drama shorts that explores difficult dynamics of a complicated relationship.
Coming this September, with the release of no fewer than seven documentaries, your eyes will be opened to something seriously extraordinary. While documentaries might not be your cup of tea, there is possibly something in the following line up of releases that you will find both educational and entertaining.
Mike Ross’ (Patrick J. Adams) much-anticipated return to the series didn’t come without significant surprises for everyone at the New York law firm Specter Litt Wheeler Williams.
BH90210 is not an ordinary reboot. Conceptually speaking, BH90210 takes the reboot idea and turns it on its head. Comparatively, because the main cast members are each playing an alternate reality version of themselves, the dynamic we see on screen between the characters is reminiscent of what we saw in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Subsequently, because of the nature of the reboot, it's better than the original series. It literally breathes new life into the reboot bandwagon.