I’ve been haunting Andre. I don’t give a flying fig about the white light, I intend for that man to suffer. Jacob Marley is an amateur.
It’s the season finale and while season two of Ballers has wrapped up, things don’t exactly have that happily-ever-after-until-next- season feel to them.
Gotham’s back for season three and while Oswald Cobblepot, aka Penguin, seems to be back on top as the city’s undisputed king of crime his perch may be threatened by an old enemy. Jim Gordon’s also back in the city after a short, and heart-breaking
On Ballers, more details about Spencer’s past bad deal with Andre are finally revealed.
The premier of American Horror Story takes us to Roanoke Island, North Carolina, where an entire colony of English settlers, and their homes, disappeared without a trace in 1590.
Basically his life is now in the toilet and fate’s hand is on the chain just waiting to give it a yank. What shall Spencer do?
Ugly things from Spencer’s past surface to bite him in the ass big time this week on Ballers. Charles finds his groove in his new job, and things for Ricky continue to look up but not without complications. When we last dropped in on Ricky
Solo in Mexico, Nick faces personal demons and fights to find himself while staying alive in this stand-alone episode of Fear The Walking Dead. Our return to Mexico has shed some light on the gentle soul of Nick. After deciding not to leave the Abigail