It's hard to believe it, but Californication has come to an end, after seven seasons. So now it's time to bid a
In helping Levon deal with his life, Hank is forced to grow up himself, and to take a good hard look at himself, who he is and what he wants. Although the various threads are given endings, there is no final happily ever after, because life goes on, even beyond what we see. We can only hope for the best for Hank and Karen and all the rest.
Showtime came up with a new series (the first season of which is now done) called Penny Dreadful. It takes
I wasn't sure if I would like this or not, but decided to give it a try. I was more than pleased with what I saw, so much I watched the entire first season. The writing is imaginative and creative, the acting well done, the stories very interesting. Even thought they took my favorite, Dracula, and twisted it a bit, I didn't mind, as it was well done. ****SPOILER ALERT** I won't give too much away, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention a particularly hot and intimate encounter between Dorian Gray and Ethan Chandler that I totally didn't see coming. I'm looking forward to next season.
I've enjoyed the first two episodes. I like Barry and hate his brother Jamal. I really dislike Barry's wife, who
Sansa is saved from marrying Joffrey by Maergery Tyrell. When pressed by Maergery's grandmother
He might be waiting a while.
I loved the relationship between Arya and Jaqen H'gar (not to mention he's really easy on the eyes, and
New seasons of Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex and The Bridge are starting soon. I'm thinking of watching Face Off, I keep hearing I'd like it. Might look into Seven Deadly Sins, also on Showtime, I think.
Just started watching the sixth season of True Blood. I know the seventh is the last. I hope they wrap things up in a satisfactory manner. More on that later, as well as my cooking shows, and watching re-runs of Dragnet every night.
Have a great day!