On Empire this week, we plunge deeper into the drama that is the Lyon clan. Let me say here too, that this has to be the most uneven episode in recent memory.
Jamal is out of the hospital on the season finale of Empire; somebody gets married, and Anika falls off the side of the building. Or maybe it’s Rhonda. We won’t know until the Fall premiere. Here’s how it all goes down.
We are back with Empire and it's not half bad. In fact, it almost recaptures what made people love it in the first place. It looks like that four-month long break was what it needed to get some of its groove back.
It’s Fires of Heaven on this episode of "Empire," and it opens up with Ms. Ford telling reporters that she is disgusted with the fact that Lucious was let out. ALTHOUGH one of the conditions of his bail is not to go into Empire, that’s okay as he says. “I am the empire.
This week, Empire opens up with a memorial service at the headquarters for Camilla. By the way, it’s ONLY for Camilla, and there is no mention of Mimi at all. Hakeem says some kind words but Cookie is glad the woman is gone.
As mentioned before, at first glance Empire looks like Starz Network’s 50 Cent produced Power. Both are black lead shows with central conflicts between the leading actors and actresses.
Alright people. We are back with season three of Empire and per usual, it is all over the place. Not as much as the beginning of season two, but there’s a lot going on and it’s choppy.