Justified review – 6×13: ‘The Promise’

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It’s the end of the road for Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) as Justified enters its final hour. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

Marvel’s Agent Carter review – 1×08: ‘Valediction’

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Marvel’s Agent Carter closes out its first (only?) season as the titular Carter (Hayley Atwell) battles to save New York. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

Sleepy Hollow review – 2×18: ‘Tempus Fugit’

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  Its official: ding, dong the witch is dead! RIP Katrina (Katia Winter, nothing against you personally, but you never had a chance). Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

Ascension review – Part Three

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It’s time to put this miniseries to bed as Syfy’s Ascension comes to a close. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

True Blood review – 7×10: ‘Thank You’

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After seven seasons of nudity, blood and gonzo madness, it’s time for True Blood to meet the true death. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

24: Live Another Day review – 1×12: ’10:00pm – 11:00am’

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Season finales are always bittersweet. 24 season finales are no different. But a 24 season finale that could be another series finale? Well that’s a tough pill to swallow. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

The White Queen review – 1×10: ‘The Final Battle’

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Finally, we get the battle between the House of York and Henry Tudor that we’ve been waiting for for the entire series. Let’s bitch it out… Like this:Like Loading…

He Said/She Said: Breaking Bad review – 5×16: ‘Felina’

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) makes his last stand in the Breaking Bad finale, 'Felina'

After five seasons and 62 episodes, the amazing drug saga of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) / Heisenberg has come to an end. It’s the series finale people – so we knew we needed to bring back the infamous He Said/She Said Continue reading

Dexter review – 8×12: ‘Remember The Monsters?’

Dexter (Michael C. Hall) and Hannah (Yvonne Strahovski) must decide whether to make a run for it in the series finale

After a mostly disappointing final season filled with missed opportunities and stalled developments, it’s time to bid farewell to Dexter (Michael C. Hall), his dark passenger and his messed up relationships with women. So does the series go out with a Continue reading