AAARRRRRRGHHH!!!!!! End of recap.
I haven’t featured Michael Ealy yet on my site, and it’s only out of restraint, because at the time (many months ago), the whole post would consist of “I’VE TALKED TO MICHAEL EALY! *FLAIL* *FLAIL*” Now though, I can say calmly that I have spoken to Michael Ealy, and it was great. But I’ve also got …
After reading the spoilers for the first part of the season finale, “Awakening,” I already know I’m going to be on the edge of my seat. You can read the full spoilers at Spoiler TV and ScreenSpy, but the condensed version of what you need to know are this:
Black History Month is a month rife with controversy. In past years (like during my youth in the 1990s), people treated Black History Month with quite a bit of reverence and seriousness. Or at least, the amount of history projects I’d have to do and the number of times Roots was shown on television seemed to …
Synopsis (NBC): “The Slap” is an eight-episode miniseries based on the book by Christos Tsiolkas and Australian television series (“The Slap”) produced by Matchbox Pictures.
The new clips from the upcoming episode, “Awakening,” have been released, and while all of them are interesting, one of them is particularly of note:
Annalise may not be a murderer, but she certainly is a master manipulator. Although it appears even she’s not cut out to carry the weight of this particular lie.
Well, well, well…it would seem that even though Cookie is always the one to watch, there were some other big character moments that really brought the story to even a higher level. It’s no wonder that the show keeps growing its viewership every single week.
We’ve seen #BlackLivesMatter and now #MuslimLivesMatter, but there’s yet another hashtag bringing awareness to marginalized people who are constantly subjected to unwarranted violence, Native Americans. The hashtag #NativeLivesMatter brings to light the sheer volume of Native deaths at the hands of police that occurred last year and years prior.
It was pretty heartbreaking to wake up to the news that three Muslim students had been murdered in their apartment. Craig Stephen Hicks has been charged with the deaths of Deah Shaddy Barakat, his wife Yusor Mohammad and Mohammad’s sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha. The police believe Hicks killed the students over a parking dispute, but …