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.
Last night, we were hit with the second to last episode of a monstrously successful first season of the hit Fox show Empire. And when I say hit, that’s exactly what I mean. I will tell you that there are spoilers in this recap so if you haven’t seen it, just be forewarned.
“Empire” continues its convoluted series of storylines this week, and it just doesn't feel right. In particular, Anika has become a kind of sad stalker who dresses in blonde wigs
Empire is heating up with all kinds of drama and twists with "More Than Kin." Hakeem is still reeling from Anika's baby announcement. He and his crew turn up at a strip club and as far as Laura is concerned, blowing up his phone
Tonight on Empire, we see just how great of a father Lucious is. So loving, so caring… NOT! The episode opens up with him screaming at Hakeem asking him what he wants.
Here we are at episode two of season two of Empire and things are heating up for sure. This season is rolling out like the first one with the action stepping up very quickly.
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.
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.
This week on Empire, Lucious has some competition in his quest to get Cookie back. But based on what takes place this episode, that’s the least of his troubles.