While the events of “Caliban’s War” didn’t so much up the stakes as completely change the game, this didn’t really feel like a season finale of The Expanse.
Every episode of The Expanse is intense, but as far as penultimate episodes go, “The Monster and the Rocket” had me on the edge of my seat. Between Errinwright waffling on Earth’s diplomacy to Naomi’s tear-jerking mission to save as many on Ganymede as possible, it felt like my emotions were on a roller […]
There’s a sad lack of dragons in “Here There Be Dragons”, but it’s an episode that doesn’t lack for anything else. Between a shootout, Bobbie’s dramatic escape, and the band breaking up, The Expanse is clearly gearing up towards one major finale.
All of the pieces of the puzzle in The Expanse are finally falling into place. “Cascade” was politically very heavy, but had some very intimate moments that were actually a welcome reprieve from all of the action happening around the solar system. I would argue that many viewers probably felt that “Cascade” was a bit […]
I consider myself to be a pretty intelligent person, but sometimes I don’t think I’m smart enough for a show like The Expanse. “The Weeping Somnambulist” was mostly light on the action and heavy on the politics, featuring a long-awaited meeting and evidence that the crew of the Roci continues to be in over their heads.
SyFy Channel has renewed its science fiction series The Expanse for a third season and its time travel series 12 Monkeys for a fourth–and final–season. Both renewals are good news for fans of SyFy channel’s genre shows, who sometimes endure long, anxious waits for renewals of their favorite series.
This was my favorite episode of season two. It had everything: amazing story, incredible visuals, and no boring filler (not that The Expanse usually does). “Pyre” felt like a penultimate episode even though we still have two more episodes of season two left, and it makes me hungry for what is to come over the […]
Tensions continue to rise in “The Seventh Man” as Earth, Mars, and the Belt head towards peace talks in the aftermath of the Ganymede battle.
The characters of The Expanse are constantly surprising me by doing and saying the unexpected, and “Paradigm Shift” kept with that theme. I was especially surprised (and excited!) to see a brand new character played by one of my favorites, Sam Huntington.
It’s Armageddon on The Expanse, only instead of Bruce Willis, we’ve got Miller. In “Home”, Earth and the Roci crew have to deal with a suddenly sentient Eros that seems to be pretty pissed.