How to Get Away with Murder was back in fighting form yesterday, which meant being a confusing ride filled with moments of Viola Davis slaying the scene with looks, attitude, and wigs. That sounds like I’m demeaning the show, but I’m not.
Maybe “False Imposition” is the first episode of Empire that I felt was just a little off. There are a lot of things in things to juggle in this show—this is a soap opera, a drama, and a musical all at the same time. But it seemed like it was a little difficult to handle the relationship dynamics between Cookie and Lucious and Anika and Lucious. To get to the point of it, Cookie and Lucious seemed to get along too well.
We’re about to dive back into TGIT and How to Get Away with Murder with SAG Award Winner Viola Davis!
I don’t think there will be too much to this post, since Kurtzman/Orci VP of Television Development Aaron Baiers says everything that needs to be said about Sleepy Hollow‘s ratings boost after “Kali Yuga”:
I’d heard a lot about Bye Felicia!, a new makeover show on VH1. A lot of what I’d heard was bad news.
Poor, poor Benedict Cumberbatch. If you happen to read this for whatever reason, Benedict, just know that you gave me a good cackle, and I can only imagine how embarrassed you are.
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve seen Ichabod and Abbie, two parts of Sleepy Hollow’s lifeblood, actually working things out in a scene together and fighting crime. Thanks to the likes of Hawley and Katrina, our lovely Witnesses have been torn apart. However, this episode, “Kali Yuga,” brought all of the right things back into the storyline and even included karaoke and eliminated a character I don’t mind seeing the back of!
Almost 24 hours after this week’s Downton Abbey has aired, I’ve been doing some thinking amid my rapid emailing and business-handling. Even though this season is shaping up to be one of the better seasons, there are still a few things that are not shaping up as well as it could. I’ll just down the bulleted points.
Empire is a show that’s soapy, dramatic, and fun. Of course, with a show like this, the costuming is going to come into play. Thankfully, the show takes a pages from Dynasty and Mad Men, especially if go by Tom and Lorenzo’s expert analysis of those characters’ closets.
The Empire characters say a lot about themselves through their clothes, so let’s see just what they’re telling us.
Yes, I know there is a big glaring issue about Sleepy Hollow episode “Kali Yuga”— the non-Indian woman playing an Indian creature— but dare I say that this episode actually looks fun? Even more daring, may I say that this episode actually looks like a throwback to an S1 or even early S2 episode? And this is a Hawley episode I’m saying this about!