Why can’t there be a 2021 wrapped for the shows we watch? Brianna Taggart revisits the ones that helped her get through the year while gearing up for her first binges of 2022.
Season two of "Locke & Key" opened the door to more demons, keys, backstories and questions. Actress Genevieve Kang unlocks some details about her character Jackie Veda.
All hail the queen. Teresa Mendoza’s reign was long, but her legacy is everlasting. The “Queen of the South” aired its series finale “El Final” Wednesday, June 9, on USA Network, and while some characters went out with a bang, others walked out peacefully with their happy endings.
Hook, line and sinker. The “Queen of the South” penultimate episode circled back to its opening scene right as we’ve begun our descent into the finale, and I have many emotions about it.
The “Queen of the South” characters got a closer look into the minds and hearts of their loved ones in the latest episode. While some managed to grow closer because of it, others weren’t so lucky.
Familiar faces, the classic bullet wound, a shootout and the age old trap set by enemies played out in USA Network’s “Queen of the South” final season premiere. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Everything I loved about this show returned with season five Wednesday, April 7, and I’m so thankful.
Shoot outs, escaping from enemies, sacrificial deals, drug cartels, family and the occasional romantic love interest have all been part of USA Network’s “Queen of the South” since it premiered June 23, 2016. However, this story about Teresa Mendoza rising through the cartel ranks to create her own powerful international drug empire is about way more than those things.
“The Bold Type” fans have waited nearly a year for an answer to their all-consuming question: Will Freeform renew the show or will it be left in the dust like so many other series? Audiences finally have their answer as the network released a bittersweet announcement today. “The Bold Type” will return for a fifth and final season set to air later this year.
Someone recently asked me what kind of music I listen to, and I didn’t know how to tell him that I, a 22-year-old, have been listening to the “Julie and the Phantoms” soundtrack religiously every day for the past month and a half.
A cute ‘90s ghost band poofs into 2020 teenager Julie Molina’s life. Julie’s the only person who can see them, people can hear their music, but when they play music with her they’re visible to everyone. Wild antics and deep emotions ensue.
Well everyone, we made it. “The 100” completed its final journey to the ground after 100 episodes, but any semblance of closure has been floated. After all that, I still don’t know what transcendence is.
The latest episode of “The 100” physically hurt me to watch. I felt the show’s visceral hands wrapping around my heart, squeezing, making it hard to breathe and couldn’t fathom what was right in front of my eyes. Horrific scene after horrific scene flooded my screen. I didn’t even fully comprehend what I watched until later.