In Katy Keene chapter six, Katy gets caught between a rock and her client; the truth comes down on Pepper; and Jorge has to battle it out with a hated rival for his spot at the top of his local drag food chain as Shangela invades Molly’s Crisis.
In Katy Keene chapter five, cabin fever-induced conflicts and a harsh polar vortex-inspired NYC cold snap forces Katy to confront her emotions over her mother’s death as she stands on the verge of applying to a fashion school. Elsewhere, Jorge messes up big time, and Pepper and Josie fight and bond.
In Katy Keene chapter four, our heroine nurses her broken heart by throwing her all into work. There’s also: adopted sibling incest, porn shoots, and rats in paper bags.
In this week’s Katy Keene, “What Becomes of the Broken Hearted,” good intentions backfire big time on almost everyone, and Bernadette Peters shows up to be fabulous.
The second episode of CW’s Katy Keene, “Chapter Two: You Can’t Hurry Love,” is still frothy, though some of its plot points do grate more than its pretty pilot did.
Katy Keene is a sweet soufflé of a show that goes a little soft when it tries to interrogate class distinctions from its cotton candy perspective.
In episode seven of Batwoman, ‘Tell Me The Truth,’ viewers were introduced to Julia Pennyworth (Christina Wolfe), Kate Kane’s (Ruby Rose) mentor and Alfred Pennyworth’s daughter.
Supergirl 5.1: “Event Horizon” Robert Rovner, Jessica Queller, Sarah Schechter, Greg Berlanti (Executive Producers), Jesse Warn (director), Daniel Beaty (co-producer), Joanie L. Whoehler, Jennifer Lence, Carl Ogawa, J. Holtham, Jay Faerber, Chris Pavoni (producers), Derek Simon (supervising producer), Jesse Warn, Dana Horgan, Lindsay Sturman, Rob Wright (co-executive producers), Derek Simon, Nikki Holcomb (written by) Melissa…
Supergirl 4.19: “American Dreamer” Robert Rovner, Jessica Queller, Sarah Schechter, Greg Berlanti (Executive Producers), David Harewood (director), Joanie L. Woehler, Jennifer Lence, Carl Ogawa, Derek Simon, Chris Pavoni (producers), Jesse Warn, Gabriel Llanas, Dana Horgan (Supervising Producers), Lindsay Sturman, Rob Wright (Co-Executive Producers) Eric Carasco, Daniel Beaty, Aadrita Mukerji (executive story editors), Katie Rose Rogers (story…
At the beginning of its second season, The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had an uncertain future. Although it won two Emmys for its choreography and editing, as well as a Golden Globe for Rachel Bloom’s performance as main character Rebecca Bunch, the show’s ratings left a lot to be desired by the first season finale. The…