Guilt, an episode revolving around the regrets and remorse each character struggles with, brings some of the biggest shocks on Tell Me A Story yet. When speaking of guilt, it’s impossible not to think of Tell Me A Story’s resident bartender, and the youngest of the “three little pigs”, Eddie. He has struggled to come to terms with what happened during the bank heist since the pilot … Continue reading Tell Me a Story recap: 5 shocking twists from Season 1, Episode 6
Tragedies don’t occur in a vacuum. If they did, the news wouldn’t be plastered with human trauma and plight at all hours of the day. When something terrible happens, there is a ripple effect. The Rainbow Experiment aims to chase down every single one of those ripples extending out from a science experiment gone terribly awry. Featuring an impressive cast of 36 talented actors in principal roles, … Continue reading MOVIES: The Rainbow Experiment – Review: The World You See is Just a Movie in Your Mind
Tonight’s episode sees Nolan coming head-to-head against his former mentor after he becomes a fugitive and Lucy gets to learn a few street cop tricks to get inside the mind of a criminal from her TO. Plus, Lopez and West have to deal with a tricky shooting case that may not be as easily solved as it looks. “The Hawke” was written by Fredrick Kotto … Continue reading The Rookie – The Hawke – Review: It’s Not Who You Know But What You Know
“As Long as it Takes”, a fitting title for an episode about persistence. Max is willing to take his chances with experimental clinical trials no matter the wait period, he’s also willing to stay up all night to ensure his patient gets the 3 passed PT tests she needs, and in a less positive example, Lauren is still struggling with her pills – leaving Casey … Continue reading New Amsterdam – As Long as it Takes – Review: Cold Springs
Bravo is trying their hand at the scripted drama department again. This time they’re bringing us Dirty John, a series based off of a podcast of the same name about the criminal life and exploits of John Meehan. Connie Britton stars as Debra Newell and Eric Bana as the eponymous John Meehan. The first episode is directed by Jeffrey Reiner, whose previous directing credits include critically … Continue reading Dirty John – Approachable Dreams – Review: What’s in the Safe, Kiddo?
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS. Three Dots, aka, the three little dots indative of Max finally beginning his journey to getting treated for his throat cancer. MAX’S TREATMENT It’s time for him to begin radiation therapy. Three little dots adorn his face as Helen begins prepping him for the impending trauma. Max hasn’t told the staff yet and he isn’t keen to, but as … Continue reading New Amsterdam – Three Dots – Review: Bureaucracy!
Photo courtesy of Amazon WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS. We’re back to the extended run time again, ugh. This week’s episode opens with a man, who I believe is Abel (Juan Pablo Castañeda) scrolling aimlessly through Tinder. There is an internal monologue that plays over snapshots of various women around the city. This is an ode to beauty and the simplicities of it, are … Continue reading The Romanoffs – Panorama – Review