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.
A large chunk of movies have simply disappeared from the app.
The much anticipated and delayed second season of the acclaimed Indian series is on the horizon.
Tandav falters in tying up its plot threads and setting up a Season 2.
Tandav delivers its big twists with some amateur writing.
Gurpal scores a major win as Shiva solidifies his stance on politics.
Tandav delivers a better episode as the long game pays off, despite the sheer implausibility of it all.
Tandav tries to get a bit philosophical with mixed results.
The youth politics intersects with national politics in Tandav’s fourth episode.
Tandav fuses its dual storylines and sets the stage for a game of chess.
Tandav presents a couple of interesting angles worth exploring in its sophomore episode.
Amazon Prime’s new political drama kicks off, delivering just what you’d expect by now.
The fight for the throne culminates in a bloodbath.
Mirzapur moves its chess pieces for what promises to be a violent finale.
Guddu gets ready for revenge as JP Yadav has a steep rise and an equally quick fall.
Ood Bilaav ends on some shocking developments that feel all too familiar.
Mirzapur delivers a kickass cold opening that the rest of the episode struggles to live up to.
Golu begins coming on her own as strategy proves to be the wise path forward over violence.