WARNING: THE FOLLOWING PREVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES.
We’re only a few days away from a new episode of The Purge! Last week we saw Alison succumb to her “urge to purge” in order to get a promotion. Jenna revealed that she’s pregnant. Rick and Jenna inched closer to a deal with Albert. Penelope was selected as the next cult tribute and immediately got carted away by a group of psychotic nuns. Miguel got so close to seeing her but he was just too little too late and thus his wild goose chase continues.
The year is 1970 and Caroline Sears’ baby is diagnosed with a fatal heart defect. She assumes all hope is lost and that she may lose her daughter before she is ever born. Luckily for her, Hunter, her sister’s husband, has a plan in order to prevent that from happening. A maverick of time travel, he has a plan to send Caroline into the future, to the year 2001 to be exact, in order to get the medical care she cannot get in the current era and save her child.
We’re only a few days out from the second season premiere, titled “eMergence”, written by Matt Nix, and directed by Robert Duncan McNeill, so if you need a recap of where we left off in season one, I’ve got you covered.
Wow, this book was… a lot to process to say the least. YOU is about a bookstore manager named Joe who falls desperately, madly, and scarily in love with Guinevere Beck. A young Brown student who finds herself in his crosshairs after passing through his shop. What makes YOU unique is that the entirety of the story is told through Joe’s point-of-view. His very scary, violent, and downright filthy POV.
** Spoilers ahead. **
If this book were written by a man I doubt I would have even picked it up to begin with. As it stands, I already felt disgusting and dirty reading parts of it. Kepnes is excellent at creating a sense of foreboding, a sense of utter disgust with what her centric character is doing. Seriously, once I finished this book I felt like I needed to jump in the shower immediately. (Partly because Kepnes made me read the phrase “pussy juice” about ten times). I have to give her credit for not writing Joe in a sympathetic light. I never felt as if she wanted asking her readers to like Joe, just to understand his motives and his delusions.
Single Parents premieres on SEPTEMBER 26TH at 8:30/9:30c on ABC.
If you’ve been nursing a New Girl-shaped hole in your heart, then ABC’s Single Parents might just be the perfect cure. Elizabeth Meriwether returns for another heartfelt comedy about an eclectic ensemble, this time the gang is a group of single parents.
A new episode of The Purge airs TONIGHT @ 10/9c on USA Network.
Next time on The Purge, one character receives a bombshell that may fundamentally alter their entire life, a deal is made where the signature on the dotted line may involve more blood than ink, and someone unexpected succumbs to their urge to purge.
It’s that time of year again folks! Fall TV. All the networks are flexing their latest new series, and we’re in that great, sometimes awkward, period of trying on pilots to see which ones fit.
CBS has a bundle of new sitcoms launching this fall. I’ve sampled all of them and Happy Together is one of the stronger contenders in the bunch. It’s not a wholly original premise, we’ve seen this type of found family, set-up before (and I’ll admit that is one of my favorite television tropes so maybe I’m biased), but I find that it induces a nostalgic factor that makes this show something akin to comfort food. I felt warm and fuzzy watching and I genuinely enjoyed myself. It doesn’t hurt that I’ve nursed a soft spot for Amber Stevens West since her Greek days either.