Doctor Who gives us a history, episode that’s very moving, but still focuses on the side character rather than The Doctor and companions we know. Read our review for more.
The case of the week seems secondary in Blindspot Season 4 Episode 5, “Naughty Monkey Kicks At Tree,” but with so man unknowns, we’re okay with that. Read our review to see our thoughts.
Have all the good girls gone bad? Well, it looks like Jane and Zapata may have! Check out our preview of Blindspot Season 4 Episode 5, “Naughty Monkey Kicks At Tree,” to find out more.
No Tardis. No screwdriver. How is the Doctor going to get them out of this one? Read our review of Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 5, “The Tsungara Conundrum,” for our thoughts.
Blindspot Season 4 Episode 4, “Sous-Vide,” continues to balance character development and plot. Read our review fo find out more.
Doctor Who gives us an arachnophobe’s worst nightmare, but the giant spiders fall into parody a little too easily. Read our review to find out more.
Blindspot Season 4 Episode 3, “The Quantico Affair,” morphs the show’s typical structure to give us an engaging and tense episode. Read our review to find out more.
The Doctor has her ship back, and immediately gets herself and her companions lost in 1955. Check out review of “Rosa” to find out more.
Blindspot offers up an episode that is all about power dynamics. Read our review to find out more.
Remi is out for revenge, and she’s willing to co-opt an FBI case in order to do it. See our preview of this week’s Blindspot for photos and videos.