Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • Star Wars Rebels 4×01 & 4×02 Review: Heroes of Mandalore

    The fourth and final season of Star Wars Rebels started with a bang in “Heroes of Mandalore”, a two-part season premiere that takes place entirely on, you guessed it, Mandalore. Our “Heroes of Mandalore” were in pretty dire straits at the beginning – and again twice more, later in the episode – but even I […]



  • LGBTQ+ Representation for a General Audience

    This week the fifth episode of Star Trek: Discover “Choose Your Pain” introduced a same sex couple – Stamets and Culber – which is being hailed as an amazing moment for LGBTQ+ representation. I’ve been thinking about the portrayal of this same sex couple and why I am at once very pleased with it, but also […]


  • Star Trek: Discovery 1×5 Review: Choose Your Pain

    ‘Choose Your Pain’ delivered on multiple levels.  It fleshed out characters besides Burnham, balanced both the A and B plots, and introduced the long-discussed same sex couple that many of us have been waiting for. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Supergirl 3×02 Review: Triggers

    On the surface, “Triggers” is about people being forced to deal with their greatest fears. But the episode also introduces some threads that will later become important. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.





  • Voltron Season 4: Entertaining But Uneven

    Voltron season 4 does double duty in providing filler content and character development while simultaneously managing to move the story forward. But there are a lot of unanswered questions remaining, some of the plotlines from season 3 seem to have vanished, and it still felt like an incomplete season. Read our before commenting. Please do […]