Category Archives: Television Worth Watching

The Flash: The Exorcism of Nash Wells | 6 x15 – review

The episode begins with Mirror Iris acclimating a newly formed Mirror Kamilla. They meet with Eva, who has found a way to talk with them without Iris hearing. Their mission is to recover Eva’s invention, the Prismatic Refractor, so that everyone can escape the Mirror Realm.

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The Flash: Death of the Speed Force | 6 x 14 – review

Kid Flash returns to help Barry prevent a helicopter accident. He shares his progress with happiness and his zen since studying with Amala in the Peace Corps.

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Budget friendly tv apps | Is one better than the other?

It’s no secret that more and more people are moving away from traditional cable and using stream alternatives to watch their favorite television shows. So I’ve taken it upon myself to try out some of the other options that exist.

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Hunters (2020) after one episode | Amazon Original

This Amazon original, much like the Carnival Row, is not for the faint of heart. It plays off of the fall out of the Holocaust with the show dating back in 1977.

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The Flash: Grodd Friended Me | 6 x13 – review

This episode of The Flash episode has a little bit of an ominous feeling to the beginning of this episode as Barry looks for his parent’s gravesite with no luck.

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Charmed: 1998 vs. 2018

Charmed use to be one of my favorite shows. I usually watched it over my grandmother’s house. When the show came to an end, of course, I was slightly devastated, but everything has its time. 

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The Flash: A Girl Named Sue | 6 x 12 – Review

What happened to Iris when she walked into the mirror?

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