The Wheel Of Time slows down to allow its characters room to breathe and grow. And the show is only better for it.
The chosen ones depart with Moiraine through forests and a dangerous city as The Wheel of Time gets slightly better.
Despite some rough edges, the Wheel of Time series premieres to a promising start.
The Lost Symbol remains generic but displays a glimmer of strong character beats.
Titans takes a step back to give us the Red Hood’s origin story.
Starfire meets her sister as Dick plots to lure Red Hood into a trap.
Dan Brown’s novel gets a competent, if somewhat generic adaptation.
Titans pulls off a shockingly unexpected move but will it stay.
A new threat emerges in Gotham as the GCPD forges some dubious alliances.
Dick Grayson returns to Gotham in a Batman-heavy episode.
The Empire steps up its game in the second episode as Dino Morea begins to revel in evil.
The Empire premieres to the promise of scale but will the plot and performances match up to it.
Sam Wilson becomes Captain America as the series concludes with big-budget action.
Marvel delivers a quiet, thoughtful episode raising pertinent questions.
John Walker turns into a controversial superhero setting our real heroes up to make difficult choices.
Madripoor is introduced to the MCU in a rather bizarre and off episode.
Conflicted emotions towards the new Captain America abound as Sam Wilson and Bucky indulge in buddy-cop banter.
Marvel breaks down its heroes and explores their uncharted traumas.
WandaVision incorporates some iconic comic references in a homage to an iconic event.
Is the MultiVerse finally in place? WandaVision throws a curveball in its fifth episode.