I was so exuberant over Supernatural’s penultimate episode of the season that I went into the finale episode already an emotional wreck – in the very best of ways. I honestly sort of wanted a while to just savor all those wonderful warm feelings
Klára Issová on jumping into the "Genius" world of Albert Einstein and Madame Curie.
Agents of SHIELD Season 4 ended on a very high note with World’s End. The season began with Ghost Rider and ended with Ghost Rider; and as a Ghost Rider fan, the action in this season’s last episode is the best GR action I’ve seen since the first movie
Tina Fey is back with Season 3 of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," and it's wonderful to laugh so much you barely have time to breathe between it all. This is easily the best and most even season with some pretty amazing character development.
I was in the midst of grading a gigantic stack of papers when I took a break a few weeks ago to chat with Supernatural’s David Haydn-Jones, so I really wasn’t in the mood for any more teeth grinding – and frankly, I sort of needed a laugh.
The past week has been a whirlwind, much of it Supernatural-related, and now I’m writing this from family vacation, so my review of last week’s episode is influenced by the context in which I watched the show
Louden Swain, the band fronted by Supernatural’s God himself, Rob Benedict, is a regular feature at Creation Entertainment’s Supernatural conventions. Louden Swain’s newest album was released earlier this year
Nicole Baer is one of those lovely behind-the-scenes people who work on a show, but never get the kudos they deserve. Nicole is a film editor – she worked on Supernatural for 10 years, and moved over to Timeless