Things are heating up on Into the Badlands! Season 3 starts off with a bang and gets straight the point: the Badlands is going to war. There’s so much to look forward to this season: more episodes, more characters, more fights and more magic.
As season 8 of The Walking Dead comes to a close, so does All Out War… rather quickly, all things considered, and with less bloodshed than expected.
There’s turmoil at the Sanctuary when a few familiar faces make their reappearance, Daryl and Rosita try to take out one of their resources, and Negan finally hears Carl’s letter… but it may be too late.
Jesus Christ Superstar was a fun, frolicking musical that has been stuck in my head for days. After a string of mediocre musicals, it’s refreshing to watch a dynamic performance that balances drama and camp. Hopefully, we have more staged concerts like this one to look forward too.
‘Will You Play With Me?’ failed to deliver the same humor, action, and intrigue offered by its predecessors. Were plot points wrapped up? Yes. Did I enjoy watching the process? No. Will I tune in next season for more? Of course. I may be unimpressed, but I still needs ma’ fix!
Three episodes in, The Terror floats between historical drama and horror. With a stellar cast, this show captures the frozen terror of early British Naval ships on the journey to discover the Northern Passage.
Get your first look at Pilgrim, played by Babou Ceesay, Cressida, played by Lorraine Toussaint, Nix, played by Ella-Rae Smith, and Castor, played by Dean-Charles Chapman right here. They’re new characters that are bound to make a splash on Into The Badlands season 3 right here!
Jadis tries to hit Negan where it hurts, Carol goes out in search of Henry, and Rick and Morgan team up to hunt down the escaped Saviors.
Julia has surpassed the ranks of hedge witch, Brakebills magician or even Brakebills Dean. If anything, ‘The Fillorian Candidate’ is Julia’s time to shine and she does so with flair. Although, nothing is more satisfying than watching Julia exert her newfound godly power over a weaker Reynard.
Hosted at Goya Studios March 30 – April 1, fans of the show can experience this free art exhibit by registering for a time on Eventbrite. And don’t forget to tune into the new season of Legion on Tuesday, April 3 at 10 PM ET/PT on FX!