This evening, the annual Arrow-verse crossover commences. The four shows involved, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow, are combining across two back-to-back nights this year, to create a more seamless, cohesive television event (one would assume). Among the action and romance, this year’s crossover promises something new: Nazis. Here, we discuss our thoughts on the DCTV crossover, the inclusion of Nazis, and what that means for our viewing choices.
Arrow has finally found its footing again. After two weeks of a snoozefest storyline about Slade Wilson, the team is finally back together in Star City as all hell breaks loose on Thanksgiving of all days.
So that happened.
The Karamel reunion we had all been waiting for happened last night, and it’s safe to say that things did not go the way Kara — and all of us — had dreamed about. When Winn tracked down an unknown spaceship in National City, Kara and J’onn went down there to investigate.
Thrilling is a word I think I can use nearly every week for Outlander, and yet, somehow it doesn’t even come close to what I felt watching “Heaven and Earth.”
Jamie and Claire have been through their own hells and back to each other against all odds. Captains on two ships really should know better than to try and separate them now.
The two-episode sign-off before the three-week hiatus featured yet another male character being raped without so much as an utterance of the assault. This lack of sensitivity that Once Upon a Time has shown — multiple times — is majorly problematic, especially since a huge part of the fanbase is made up of children.
This Is Us kicked off its three-episode homage to the Big Three with the first born, Kevin Pearson. “Number One” explored how he grew up and became the man he is today.
Pardon my bluntness, Outlander fans, but dear lord, was that an hour. “The Doldrums” was not quite as dramatically heart breaking as last week’s, thank the Lord, but surprises can be found in many corners of storytelling.