Reviews of TV series depicting onscreen affairs of the human heart.
'90 day fiancé' : Meet the 7 '90 day : Single Life' Season 2 cast members
The teaser for 90 Day: The Single Life promises a lot of drama, conflicts, and new ties between the characters. Will these 90 Day Fiancé alums be able to find love at long last this time around ? As they move beyond failed relationships and re-enter the dating scene, seven 90 Day Fiends – including Big Ed and Colt's mother, Debbie! – will embark on new experiences. And, for the first time in the history of 90 Day, two individuals from distinct 90 Day relationships unite and ignite an interest in each other after calling it quits with their respective American ex-boyfriends or girlfriends.
My Bojack Horseman Experience
On a rainy fall day, I laid, sprawled out on my couch, cocooned in several blankets with a heating pad across my lap. I had no particular reason to be feeling down or lazy, aside from the usual post-graduate, post-apocalyptic anxiety that ruled my life on a daily basis. I scrolled through Netflix, not particularly stirred by any new titles, my mind continuously running through the jobs I want and will never get, the books I want to write but “never have the time” and so on. Eventually, I landed on the adult, animated, series, “Bojack Horseman.” I clicked play in hopes that the show would provide me with a peaceful environment where I could spiral about my future with occasional animal puns to bring me back to the current moment.
90 day fiancé : Colt and Vanessa had a miscarriage with their first child during their 90-day engagement.
The Instagram Gallery of 90 Day Fiancé Tv Star Colt Johnson reveals that he and his wife, Vanessa Guerra, were expecting their first child at the time of the miscarriage that ended in tragedy.
Netflix, The Chair, And The Glass Cliff
The Chair is a streaming comedy-drama television series from the United States. On August 20, 2021, Netflix launched the series. It takes place at Pembroke University, which is located "in what appears to be New England."
The Good Damage in the Creative Mind
“Good Damage” is the 10th episode of the sixth and final season of Netflix’s Bojack Horseman. It aired in January 2021, and has been my favourite episode ever since. I don’t rewatch the series in full that often, I mostly just put on a few of my favourite episodes to capture that jolt of serotonin the show gives me. But when I do stick on an episode of Bojack, Good Damage is always the one I put on first. I love it so much, and I’ve never really understood why it rarely sits at the top of other fan’s rankings. Like sure, The View From Halfway Down, Time’s Arrow, and The Old Sugarman Place are all classics. Masterpieces even. Hell, I’d probably go as far as to say that The Old Sugarman Place is the best episode of the show objectively. But it’s funny, even though I know that those episodes are objectively good, I rarely find myself rewatching them. But other fans can’t seem to get enough.
‘Maid’ Challenged Everything I Thought I Knew About Domestic Violence
I know I’m not the only one who has been of the mindset that people who stay in abusive relationships need to somehow “snap out of it” and just leave.
Four Lessons I Learned from The 100
About three weeks ago, a friend of mine told me that there was a show I should start watching. Before I keep going, you should know that I am a FEIGNNNNNN for all things film and television. However, technically now it is all things film and streaming services because I never watch anything on cable anymore. Anyway, the show that the friend mentioned to me was The 100. This was one of the shows that I would always scroll past but I would never actually click on. For some reason, it just could not catch my eye. I even turned it on and let it play for five minutes before cutting it off. Something this time told me to turn it on and actually pay attention. My friend was raving on and on about the show so I thought... hey why not.
A Man Of Vision You Say?
This was originally published on my blog, Dark Corners Blog, March 27, 2021. I don’t think there are very many people who understand the depth of the debt the literary world owes to Larry McMurtry, who died at the age of 84 this last Thursday, March 25, 2021. I wrote on Facebook that there will be a lot of people only too happy to co-opt his body of work without understanding the context of his stories and adaptations for the sake of some ideal, without realizing that they will play directly into McMurtry’s hands, and that the irony would not have been lost on him. There will be a lot of people who will make claims about his body of work that he would quickly have refuted, and those will be the people who have never read past the first chapter of Lonesome Dove, if they actually read it all.
Netflix's "Clickbait" Makes You an Accomplice to Murder
Warning: Contains major spoilers from the show "Clickbait" "That absolute a-hole!" Following this proclamation from my couch, I had stomped off to the kitchen to rant to my partner about the show I had been watching and how the male lead totally deserved what he had coming to him. My partner could not understand why I was so angry at a character from a television show and what in the world could have convinced me that they should kill off said character.
REVIEW: 9/11: One Day in America, Episode One: First Response
"And at this extraordinary time in history, those little moments of caring for another were the differences between life and death." -Joseph Pfeifer, Chief Battalion NYFD
Character Review; Sheldon Cooper
The Use of Sheldon Cooper Paper is one of the main characters in the television drama Big Bang Theory. A divorced child with major social problems, the Muppets-Baby version of Jim Parsons' Big Bang Theory, is a brilliant philosopher with an interest in comedy and geek culture, but with limited sensitivity and strong habits.
Yet Another Article
Yes, this is yet another article about my favourite television series Downton Abbey. “What else could she possibly write about?” I can hear you asking. Every time I think about the series, I think of something different to write about. So who or what shall we read about in this article? To be honest with you, I start off with someone in mind and then --- just let my mind (or the article) guide me.