I’ll be the first to admit that I thought FBI was just going to be another procedural show. Just one of many, many others that we already have cluttering our TV schedule, without nothing really new to offer. But I watched a trailer and realized Missy Peregrym was going to be in it, so I just had to give it a chance. The Rookie Blue fan in me wouldn’t let me pass this by, so when it premiered, I was ready for it.
The moment we were waiting for has come and gone, Clockblockers. The Timeless movie aired on December 20, and gave us one of the most precious Christmas gifts we could have all asked for. Rufus was saved, Flynn turned out to be an amazing hero and Lyatt not only worked things out, but had a beautiful, beautiful happy ending. And don’t even get me started on Jiya, who always worked in the shadows of Mason Industries, and now is front and center in her own company with Rufus.
I had a lot to say about this epic finale in my review, so now I’m just sitting back and letting my fellow writers and Timeless fans discuss and fangirl over this fantastic show.
So sit tight, relax and join us as we dissect the ins and outs of the Timeless movie: “The Miracle of Christmas”.
I don’t even know where to start with this review. The Timeless movie was everything I had ever dreamed of, with plot twists that blew my mind and the untold story of an unsung hero. The character of Garcia Flynn was written to absolute perfection. I can’t even begin to express how amazed I was at that twist, and how humbled and touched I am by what a true hero Flynn really was.
Axel Miller is one of my very favorite characters on Van Helsing and I have truly loved his development on the show up until now. When he revealed to Scarlett last season that he’d had a sister once, but she had disappeared without a trace, I just knew we were going to revisit this storyline at some point.
Last Friday’s Van Helsing was everything I could ever expect from an episode featuring the vampire hunter sisters. “Crooked Steps” was easily my favorite episode of the season, and not just because it shed some light on Van Helsing history and added layers to the mythology that left our heads spinning.
This week’s Van Helsing picks up just a few hours after we left off in “Pretty Noose”. “Like Suicide” felt like a straight up continuation of the events we watched last week, and both episodes could have easily been a two-parter special, instead of leaving us hanging for a week. After all, the last time we saw our heroes, Axel had been taken by the B’ah and Scarlett’s life was hanging by a thread after being poisoned.
We made it to Denver! We made it to San Francisco! Our crew has split up and each group has finally made it to their intended destination in “Pretty Noose”, even though things didn’t quite go according to plan for everyone. Last week’s episode was more about laying the ground work for the rest of the season, and I have to say — knowing what’s coming next — they did an exceptional job.