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With the second part of Lucifer season 5 approaching (May 28th, yes we finally have a date!) we thought to ask the fans of the devilish show what things they are looking forward / hoping to see in 5b. We have compiled a list of 10 things in no particular order. Don't worry there are no spoilers to be had here.


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I know I’m a little late to the party, but I just recently watched The End of the F***ing World on Netflix and I can’t believe I missed this gem when it first came out so I thought I’d review it now.

The End of the F***ing World follows teens James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden) who run away from home together but for very different reasons. While Alyssa decides to run away from home to get away from her awful step dad and flighty mother, James thinks he’s a psychopath and is bored of killing small animals so he agrees to embark on the trip in order to murder Alyssa.


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It’s been quite an eventful Monday for Lucifer fans. In the early hours of the night, Netflix apparently accidentally leaked the release date for the second part of season 5 and announced that more episodes were coming on May 28th before quickly changing it back to ‘more episodes coming soon’. Lucifer fans were too quick though and screenshots with the release date had already been widely circulated.


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I want to preface this review by saying that I haven’t read the book series that the TV show is based on so I can’t speak to how good or bad of an adaptation it is and am only reviewing the show.

The Irregulars is about a ragtag group of street kids that get recruited by Doctor John Watson (Royce Pierreson) and Sherlock Holmes (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) to help them on investigations because they can blend in and get access to information in places where Holmes and Watson would stick out.



On Sunday, March 14th Tom Ellis participated in Creation Entertainment’s Live Virtual Fan Experience. DB Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Aimee Garcia, Tom Welling, and Inbar Lavi also had panels throughout the weekend, but this recap is going to focus on Tom’s panel. With his favorite mug in hand, which is full of his favorite Luci quotes, he spent some time with his fans, smiling a lot and maybe even getting a little teary.


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If you could find your perfect match, would you?

I will keep this review spoiler free even though it will be very difficult because all I want to do is gush about how amazing this show is in full detail but, I shall give you enough to hopefully encourage you to experience the ride that is The One.

Saturday, 06 March 2021 14:14

Good Girls Strikes the Right Balance of Humor and Drama

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Good Girls on NBC is a hilarious, intense, addictive drama that will have you hooked from the very beginning.


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Empire Conventions gave us a treat today: an opportunity for a virtual convention zoom panel with Tom Ellis. This was a nice chance for fans to hang out with Tom, ask some burning questions and maybe get some answers right from the comfort of their own home.


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It’s hard to talk about this series without delving into spoilers, but I’m going to try to do just that.


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Warning: This review contains spoilers for Crime Scene: Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. To avoid spoilers, please watch the 4-part docuseries on Netflix first.

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