Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Preview: A Midwinter’s Tale (Season 1 Episode 11)

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Christmas
Sabrina and her friends are in for an eventful holiday.

On the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Christmas special, Season 1 Episode 11, “A Midwinter’s Tale,” the Spellman family prepare to celebrate the Winter Solstice. After speaking with Ms. Wardwell, Sabrina asks the Weird Sisters for help toying with the veil between life and death; meanwhile, Roz has a bad feeling about Susie’s new after school job as a Christmas Elf.

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‘Supergirl’ Review: Fallout (Season 4 Episode 2)

Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2
After the revelation that President Olivia Marsdin is an alien swept the country, Supergirl found herself as a beacon of hope for the world to unite and accept the differences among the citizens. Doesn’t look like it worked though.

On Supergirl Season 4 Episode 2, President Marsdin resigned as Supergirl paid her a visit at the White House. (Where was Cat Grant? You’re telling me that Cat Grant, the Press Secretary and Supergirl’s first supporter, wouldn’t have been present at a meeting between these two ladies? The meeting should have happened in National City if the writers couldn’t have even brought Calista back for a five second scene.) Meanwhile, Mercy Graves strikes again, but this time she goes after a much closer target.

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‘Supergirl’ Review: American Alien (Season 4 Episode 1)

Supergirl Season 4 Episode 1
Mercy and Otis Graves arrive in National City, causing a spike in hate crimes against aliens. Elsewhere, Kara is riding high (literally) after the events of Supergirl Season 3, and Superman being off-world is just letting her get even more time to shine.

On Supergirl Season 4 Episode 1, “American Alien,” the drama over Kara Danvers vs. Kara Zor-El seems to be gone as she’s embraced both sides of her identity and is finding a nice stride as a lead reporter for CatCo and the only Kryptonian hero on Earth. Is it too good to be true? Meanwhile, a new reporter, referred by Cat Grant, is introduced as Kara’s mentee, and Alex continues leading the DEO.

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‘Supergirl’ Season 4 Preview: Life Is Better Than Ever

Supergirl Season 4
When Supergirl Season 4 Episode 1 premieres, Kara is high on life. She’s embracing her identities as Supergirl and Kara Danvers, and, for once, Kara’s life is exactly how she wants it.

Here at The TV Type, we had the opportunity to watch an early screening of the Supergirl premiere episode. One thing I’ve had to tell myself, too many times to count, going into Supergirl Season 4 is to give the show a fresh start. This is the first season without the input of Andrew Kreisberg who, let’s face it, dragged the female hero down with his misogynistic and predatory behavior.

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The Good Place Review: Everything Is Bonzer! and The Brainy Bunch (Season 3 Episodes 1 & 2)

The Good Place Season 3 Episode 1 and 2
Holy motherforking shirtballs! Chidi and Eleanor become each other’s confidants and support systems, just as they were. Jason and Tahani fall back into their usual habits. Trevor is still the worst. And Michael and Janet are the dynamic duo we’ve all missed so dearly. 

On The Good Place Season 3 Episodes 1 and 2, “Everything Is Bonzer!” and “The Brainy Bunch” respectively, the fearsome foursome get thrown back together, with a little nudge from Michael and Janet. The end goal comes into full focus: they need each other. And it seems like Michael has begun to need them too. As Michael tries to save the humans, Trevor and the Bad Place does everything in their power to withstand them and, in the middle of the two of them, the Judge resides, trying to keep everyone in line, as well as the universe. The battle between good and evil was never so hilarious.

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Kat and Adena Were Nothing But Inconsistent on The Bold Type Season 2

Kat and Adena
The Bold Type Season 2 finale recently premiered and I have to say, it was pretty underwhelming.

After a rocky season of The Bold Type filled with inconsistencies and rushed storylines, fans were counting on the season finale to bring everything together and make sense of the chaos. Unfortunately, it not only failed to tie up the rest of the season, it was overall lackluster and left the viewers saying, “That’s it?” There are plenty examples throughout the entirety of the season where things just didn’t quite add up, but perhaps most infuriating were the inconsistencies and conflicting narratives involving the show’s main couple: Kat and Adena.

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Sharp Objects Review: Fix (Season 1 Episode 3)

Sharp Objects Season 1 Episode 3
Camille realizes her younger sister is a little more obnoxious than she thought. Repressed memories fill in the blank spaces of Camille’s mind. The women of the town and the pigs of the town are the at the forefront of the episode, and not accidentally.

On Sharp Objects Season 1 Episode 3, “Fix,” as the town tries to adjust its focal point of the killer, Camille tries to figure out who exactly her younger sister is, as well as who her mother has become. At the same time, she is trying to figure out just who the people are within the town, and how they all fit into the puzzle pieces of the town. Despite being an outsider, Detective Willis and she are in the same boat, ostracized and just trying to find truth.

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