It’s been a while since a show with such a clear concept came around, and on the CW no less! The 100 has a really strong premise, and the pilot didn’t disappoint (much).
So, to give a quick breakdown of what’s happening here, 100 juvenile prisoners are sent down to earth to see if it’s now viable for life. No one has been back to earth since a nuclear war wiped human life out, and fourteen space stations came together to make the Ark, where the remaining human population lives. They’re quickly running out of oxygen and supplies, so instead of sending some probe to test earth’s radiation levels, they figure it’s all good to just air drop 100 kids down there and see what happens. You might think this is a bit rash, but in a ‘world’ where anyone who commits a crime (of ay kind) is sentenced to death. Continue reading
We’re still struggling to wrap out heads around the news that Claire Holt is gone from the show here at The TV Ninja. Moon Over Bourbon Street has seen the story jump one month into the future from Rebekah’s exit, and Elijah is firmly in control. He rips up the set of rules Marcel placed on the French Quarter and has a clear voting platform. Play nice or get out.
Blade, running… running, blade..
This episode Sam and Dean had no choice (once again) but to work with Crowley. The king of hell is a bit off his game ever since the boys gave him human blood, so now he wants to get back on track and kill Abaddon once and for all.
Picking up after last week’s huge cliffhanger was always going to be fun. They’re still faced off in the graveyard when they’re trapped there by Celeste. Elijah does his best to calm Klaus down. Not an easy job, that one. Still I was pretty happy to see what was going to happen.
3 of the 4 harvest girls are back, and Davina’s one of them. She’s chatting to Cammie, talking about how angry the ancestors were at her for using her powers against her kind. Well, duh, Davina, they’re not going to give you a medal, are they? Camille’s trying to help her come to terms with things, but Davina’s a bit messed up at this point. Continue reading
At last! When we thought Katherine was never ever going to leave, her end finally came and it wasn’t pretty.
Nadia was bitten by Tyler, which means that she’s dying. For once, we got to see Katherine in the mother role, looking after her little girl. These scenes were combined with flashbacks of when Nadia was searching for her mother, and all she had to go through to finally find her. Continue reading
Ok, can someone explain to me what’s really going on here? After fourteen episodes of no sibling issues, there’s plenty to deal with in Le Grand Guinol. When Elijah plunged the blade into Klaus’ chest I, for one, was pretty darn shocked. Everything did feel a little too relaxed and comfortable amongst the original family, so I guess it was just time to kick off. Continue reading
Urban legends nowadays are more like online legends. This time, Sam and Dean decide to go catch a killer on the lose. What appears to be a ‘killer ghost’ with no face, turns out to be a celebrity of its own online. Thinman kills you after he appears on your selfie, video, etc..or so it seems, so .. brace yourselves.. Continue reading
Someone call the slag patrol because Katherine’s on a mission! While everyone else is busy trying to find Damon, Katherine is pulling all the stops to win Stefan back. No Exit was an episode about love and lust, and this time lust definitely won. Continue reading
Supernatural’s latest episode was full of encounters, of all kinds. Unfortunately, Sam and Dean still haven’t buried the hatchet and with trouble ahead, they need to stick together.
The Originals is back, and what an episode to come back with! We knew that Klaus and Rebekah were in a spot of bother at the end of the last episode, but there was no way we could have predicted what was coming next. The witches are running wild in Long Way Back from Hell, and messing with some of our favourite original vampires in ways we’ve never seen before. Continue reading