tTe premier, though more topically political than I expected it would be, was also far better than I expected...I’m looking forward to seeing what adventures Will & Grace will take us on next.
2017 has been an especially rough year for shows in their first season and these five definitely deserved a second chance.
The Orville isn’t the most groundbreaking series on tv. The humor is crude and most of the crew, on their own, aren’t even particularly likeable. But the combinations of them are a breath of fresh air.
"[The Dosh Khaleen] prepare for the day when every rider of every Khalasar shall return to the city and the Dothraki truly will be one blood and one Khalasar again under the greatest Khal of all; the Stallion Who Mounts the World. He will ride to the ends of the earth and grind nations into dust and take the whole world as his herd.”
Even as the residents of Midnight praise their ability to be openly “different” everyone in town seems to have a skeleton or two in their closet. Or a corpse in the river which just happens to turn up the day after Manfred arrives in town.
The big question hanging over this recent news is what it means for Game of Thrones. The hackers seem convinced that they’re actions mark a revolutionary turning point in this modern war on piracy.
When we first meet Sansa, she's the sweet flower of the Stark Family, full of innocents and dreams. But by the time she and John retake Winterfell at the end of Season 6, it becomes clear that Sansa has grown into a calculating and cynical shadow of the girl we met back in Season 1. She's realized, like Cersei, that dreams can turn sour. Hers did too.