Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • Teen Wolf 3 x 23 Review: Insatiable

    Well, it finally happened. After months of teasing from Jeff Davis and the Teen Wolf publicity along with months of fan speculation and sheer panic, we experienced the first death among the central core characters of Teen Wolf. And it was pretty painful. Before going into that, however, let’s look at the rather cramped episode […]


  • Shameless 4×09 Review: The Legend of Bonnie and Carl

    Phew, what an episode.  Frank appears to be in his final days, Debbie turned into a stalker ex-girlfriend, and Fiona kept hitting walls due to her newly collected felony. Mickey “moved into” the Gallagher house but with a heavy cost.  There were some tough moments in this episode, ones that made me choke up and […]


  • Walking Dead 4×14 Review: The Grove

    For the third-to-last episode in the fourth season of The Walking Dead, viewers were given what was likely one hell of a shock – unless of course they’d read the comic books and followed any of the theories surrounding the Samuels sisters. The opening scene of The Grove was more than a little creepy, but I […]


  • POLL: Favorite Game of Thrones character?

    Game of Thrones season 4 is right around the corner, so we’d like to know who your favorite character is!  For the purposes of this poll, we are specifically asking about the show, so characters from upcoming seasons have not been included.  We also know that there are differences between the book and show versions […]


  • Helix 1×11 Review: Black Rain

    As far as I can tell, despite being only two episodes away from the end of its first season, Helix has yet to be renewed for a second.  Between that and the storyline (or lack of it?) in this week’s episode, I’m beginning to wonder if the writers even care anymore. Or – even worse […]


  • Hannibal 2×03 Review: Hassun

    The complexities surrounding the characters on Hannibal is one of my favorite things about the show and this episode highlighted that beautifully.   These characters are incredibly fleshed out and that sometimes makes analyzing their actions difficult at times.  Very rarely is a character acting from a simple and straight forward perspective.  While it makes getting […]


  • Reign 1×14 Review: Dirty Laundry

    I enjoyed this episode.  Ever since the second half of the season started back up, there’s been this neck-breakingly fast pace that has had me wondering when things will finally slow down.  With this episode, we finally got that.  The focus was broadened to include other characters, and there were some moments that even made […]


  • Fannibals Call on Fellow Fandoms to Help Them Help Will Graham

    There’s nothing that represents the beauty, the passion, and the pain of fandom better than a “save our show” campaign. NBC’s Hannibal, arguably one of THE BEST shows on television right now, is at risk of being cancelled due to low ratings (we all know that’s not exactly an indicator of quality). In order to […]


  • Glee 5×11 Review: City of Angels

    The Nationals started for New Directions this week and they had to go up against the awesome Throat Explosion. Not only that, the episode also paid a tribute to Finn Hudson (played by the talented Cory Monteith till his untimely death). It was fun but the whole thing felt repetitive after a while. How many […]


  • The Women of “Game of Thrones”: A Study on Gender Roles

    The medieval-inspired society in which Game of Thrones takes place is generally viewed as misogynistic in the way that it’s structured. Land and titles are only passed down through the males in a bloodline whereas the females are essentially married off as an act of political gain or a peace pact. Women are meant to […]