the 100

Kass Morgan writes about teens in a space colony, but her apocalyptic plot is part of a long, rich tradition.
Lesbian deaths are not groundbreaking TV, especially when it seems to happen with increasing frequency and less second thoughts
Enter Elyza Lex. It is not just this mass appeal that makes Elyza Lex relevant. In reality, she exposes a whole new form
Fans worldwide revolted. Their sense of betrayal and disappointment echoed in a massive LGBT fans deserve better campaign -- outcry that was tweeted close to 300,000 times in just a few hours. One fan wrote, "LGBT fans deserve better because after some time it starts being hard to see ourselves die/never get a happy ending."
Commander Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) is a powerhouse! Debnam-Carey may be seen as just a guest star, but her character Lexa
Johnny Whitworth made my job real easy because really, how does one write an intro for a guy who plays an un-named mysterious character on NBC's new series Blindspot?
Summer time television doesn't offer much scintillation beyond a barrage of reality shows. It's a time for viewers to hit Hulu and Netflix hard to find a show that'll keep them stimulated and on the edge of their couch cushions.
The main problem with the CW's The 100 is a reliance on blackrifice to advance the motivations of the white characters in the narrative.
When you point a finger at someone you are pointing one right back at yourself. Staying silent means that you're agreeing and accepting that these homophobic practices and this lack of progress is valid.
Finally, what do we make of Jaha's new friend? Last season's final images were a bit more of a visceral gut-punch, but that's
I think that he did elevate his game, especially in this episode. It was very moving in the scene where Clarke kills him
"Transparent," Amazon: Written up in my Top 10 of 2014 list. Ryan McGee and I discussed "Hannibal, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
(Sidebar: The CW has been incredibly smart in its hiring of directors. Its shows have among the lowest budgets of any broadcast
I love that number. Thirteen was hard to do. Sixteen is going to be harder because it's just the sheer number [of episodes
It's not an easy task for an actor to transition between evening prime time and daytime television, yet Lindsey Morgan pulls it off without effort. Oh! Let's add the combination of beauty, humor and determination...
And then I think we told the story at a really, really rapid clip last season, which I think is an advantage for sure -- it's