Buffy the Vampire Slayer has never shied away from portraying the legitimate struggles of teenagers entering the adult world, albeit with a supernatural bent, but things get decidedly darker this week with "Beauty and the Beasts."
Well, as you've seen over the past couple of weeks, season 3 hasn't exactly gotten off to a soaring success of a start, but all of that changes this week with "Faith, Hope and Trick."
The Punisher is a terrible fit for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its Netflix branch. As a result, it’s, to date, the best show put out under that banner.
Though Buffy's return to her friends and family might seem like a bit of a relief, she's got a lot of things to deal with, and answer for, as well.
The Mirror Universe would be the boldest scenario and one which would certainly push Star Trek back to its founding principles.
Season premieres are generally not Buffy the Vampire Slayer's strong suit. If "When She Was Bad" wasn't evidence enough for you, then I submit for your approval exhibit B: "Anne."
Well, after wading through a few clunkers ("Inca Mummy Girl", "Bad Eggs" and "Go Fish" come to mind), and a few classics ("Lie to Me", "Innocence" and "Passion" for example), we've finally come to the end of the line, with the second part of Buffy's season 2 finale: "Becoming."
Despite some rocky bumps along the way, Stranger Things continues to impress with a fantastic second season.
Well folks, season 2 has been a long and winding road, but here we are at last with the first part of "Becoming", Buffy the Vampire Slayer's two part finale for its sophomore season.
Nearly a year to the day after The Walking Dead's most controversial episode aired, the Season Eight premiere is set to prove that showrunner Scott Gimple and director Greg Nicotero are trying to bring the show back to basics.