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This A Discovery of Witches review contains spoilers. Grrrngh, click, vroom. Hear that? The sound of a series revving out of the muddy furrow in which it’s languished for two episodes, and getting back on track. Episode three gave us much less Matthew in the tower, and much more Diana spontaneously sprouting tree branches from
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Supernatural star Jared Padalecki’s new CW show, Walker, has premiered, but this Walker: Texas Ranger reboot doesn’t exactly wow. “There are many moments in the pilot of Walker where someone talks about how Cordell Walker doesn’t play by the rules. He’s got his own way of doing things, you see, and he’s not like other
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CD Projekt Red has promised to fix Cyberpunk 2077 following the game’s disastrous launch, but one item you won’t find on the game’s recently released developmental roadmap is the time spent dealing with the class action lawsuits that have been filed against the studio. If you follow gaming at all, you’re probably familiar with class
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This piece contains spoilers for Netflix’s Lupin. Lupin, Netflix’s witty French mystery drama about a modern-day gentleman thief, constructs all of its cleverly layered mythology around a figure known as Arsène Lupin: smart, suave, a master of disguise, always one step ahead. Considering how much attention Assane Diop (Omar Sy) invests into adopting Lupin’s identity,
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This article contains WANDAVISION Episode 1 spoilers, and potential spoilers for future episodes, the wider MCU, and Marvel Comics. We have a spoiler free review here. NOTE: This is our reference guide for WandaVision episode 2! If you’re looking for episode 1, click here instead. And you thought this show couldn’t get weirder? WandaVision episode 2 moved its sitcom-flavor a
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Contains spoilers for Promising Young Woman “Where does the pleasure stop and the truth begin?” poses Emerald Fennell, director of Promising Young Woman, a highly distinctive rape-revenge thriller starring Carey Mulligan which feels like a total subversion of the subgenre. Fennell’s debut is an incredibly contemporary, candy-colored fable about a former medical student, Cassie, who
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Amos is no stranger to using nicknames for those he interacts with in The Expanse. Bobbie, Avasarala, and most recently the modded criminal Konechek, don’t seem to really like their nicknames: “Babs,” “Chrissy,” and “Tiny” respectively. But while Clarissa doesn’t actively embrace the nickname of “Peaches,” it has become a term of endearment that she
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This Bridgerton article contains major spoilers for the season finale. Netflix’s Bridgerton is, at its heart, a story about finding your person, whomever they may be. And while viewers naturally swoon over the romance between debutante Daphne Bridgerton and roguish duke Simon Basset – and their many, many steamy encounters backed by instrumental Taylor Swift
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This The Expanse review contains spoilers. The Expanse Season 5 Episode 7 There may be some division among The Expanse fans as to the effectiveness of this episode, particularly in its decision to focus mostly on the drama between Naomi, Marco, and Filip. Perhaps some were struck by the surprising relevance to current events of
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Every New Year’s celebration comes along with some excitement, pomp, and circumstance, but rarely has the countdown from 10 felt more urgent in the waning seconds of 2020. Yes, 2020 is just a number and yes, time is just an abstract concept created to explain celestial bodies moving around one another. But darn it all,
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Just as we were getting over the shock of all the cat ears in that Bowser’s Fury trailer, we were blindsided by this tweet that reveals Wolfenstein developers MachineGames and publisher Bethesda are working on a new Indiana Jones game in association with the recently revived Lucasfilm Games brand. A new Indiana Jones game with
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Despite not taking place in front of the live crowd that typically gives these speedrunning events their energy, AGDQ 2021 managed to raise $2,758,847 for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. It was yet another tremendous success for an event that is quickly becoming a must-watch showcase for a formerly niche section of gaming culture. While we’re
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When asked about the evolution of American Gods from Shadow and Wednesday on the road to the more hidebound setting of Lakeside, Ricky Whittle makes no secret of his feelings about American Gods season 3’s bold change in scenery. “This is my favorite part of the book. I’ve always been looking forward to doing this,”
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Cobra Kai season 3 is the first major streaming hit for Netflix in 2021. With each of the 10 episodes having running time of around a half hour, it makes for a quick binge overall. Dedicated fans inhaled the show in the first weekend and craved more.  Unfortunately, Netflix carries only one other film from
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Netflix’s Bridgerton has swept viewers off their feet with its lush blend of romance tropes—fake relationship, forbidden love, “we could be together if only we could stop misunderstanding each other”—anchored by the soapy, searing gossip of one Lady Whistledown. Those eight episodes went down like tea sandwiches, doubtless leaving viewers hungry for more Regency romance
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This Star Wars: The Mandalorian article contains spoilers. After eight exciting episodes of adventures all over the galaxy far, far away, The Mandalorian season 2 has come to an end. A daring rescue mission brings Mando, Bo-Katan, and the rest of their crew face to face with the evil Moff Gideon, who has worked all
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The YA genre is still booming, providing romance, adventure, and more for teens and adults alike. Here are some of the YA books from August 2020 we’re most looking forward to… Top New Young Adult Books September 2020 Night Shine by Tessa Gratton  Type: Novel Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books Release date: Sept. 8 Den of Geek