“Into the Mystic” is a quiet Monster of the Week episode, complete with the usual guilt and introspection we’ve come to expect from Supernatural. After the action-packed “The Devil in the Details” and “O Brother Where Art Thou?” having a slower episode provides an opportunity to take in everything that’s happened. Sam just faced his old nemesis Lucifer while Dean is grappling with his complex feelings about Amara, hence the guilt and introspection. At least we can have some fun watching Lucifer as Castiel (Luciel, CaSatan, Castevil, Casifer?).
The 100 has proven to be a very interesting and complex show, gradually becoming one of the most fascinating series on television today. Initially, it felt more like a teen drama than a dystopian tale. Then it quickly became clear that The 100 is a captivating story about the challenges of building community and dealing with human conflict.
The Season 6 mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead is titled “No Way Out.” It follows the breach of Alexandria by a massive walker herd in “Start to Finish.” At the end of that episode we got a preview of “No Way Out,” showing Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham being intercepted by a group on motorcycles.
How crazy is it that after ten years, Supernatural can still surprise us? And not with some, “Oh, that’s interesting” kind of pondering, but with a jump-out-of-your-seat and yell-out-loud shocker. Consider our collective minds blown. “The Devil in the Details” was a fun ride with a helluva ending.
In “Codominance,” Teen Wolf starts to heal some of the wounds created when Theo caused Scott’s pack to implode. Pack members and their allies still remain isolated and even on the wrong side at times, but they’re starting to reconnect.
The fandom phenomenon in popular culture has grown in recent years. Devoted fans of beloved television shows come together to create a sense of community where they can share their passion, knowledge, and creativity. The internet has fostered the expansion of fandom, with people finding more ways to connect, relate, and support their favorite shows. Fandom originates with good television that people care about, but is nurtured by the actions of the show’s creators and actors, and also by the fans themselves. These communities are sustained and expanded through meaningful interactions amongst fans.
In Teen Wolf’s “Damnatio Memoriae,” Scott and Stiles begin to heal their wounds. Scott rebuilds his pack while Theo tries to get his own in line. They have different approaches, but neither seems to really be in control. Meanwhile, everyone is being resurrected left and right. One resurrectee, The Beast, could cause enough trouble that it could bring enemies together. Continue reading