As LGBT Pride Month celebrations wind down, our staff discusses favorite LGBT characters and how representation matters.
The Mikaelsons break their promise of “always and forever” in The Originals “The Feast of All Sinners.” Read on for our review of the season finale!
The Hollow takes over Hope Mikaelson and threatens to separate the Mikaelsons forever on The Originals, “Voodoo Child.”
During the ATX Television Festival, TV producers gathered for in-depth discussion of how the election of Donald Trump changed their writers’ rooms and affected stories.
The Mikaelsons must face the past and the reality of their decisions on “A Spirit Here That Won’t Be Broken.” Read on for our review of The Originals!
Hayley tries to rescue Elijah, and Rebekah finds out that she might not have Marcel’s heart anymore. Read on for our review of The Originals!
Here’s a look at some female characters who have the capacity for greatness and positive representation, but are instead hindered by plot, a protagonist’s pain, or simple carelessness.
“Queen Death” flips the script and puts the Mikaelsons in the position of the people who have suffered just so their family can survive. Read on for our review of The Originals!
Davina and Alaric return, and we wish there was more. Read on for our review of The Originals!
Freya and Keelin kiss, and we love Hope Mikaelson. Read on for our review of The Originals!