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USA Network's 'Suits' Is Getting A Spin-Off

I love USA Network’s Suits unabashedly, even if all the episodes are the same and everything is resolved with a manilla folder. However, even I recognize that the series has completely jumped the rails in the last year. 418 more words


Gina Torres in Talks to Get Her Own ‘Suits’ Spinoff

Suits fans may be in for a real treat in the coming months: Gina Torres is in talks to get her very own spinoff. The currently untitled project would see Torres reprising her role as Jessica Pearson, a no nonsense New York attorney. 118 more words


Suits Spinoff Centered on Gina Torres' Jessica Eyed at USA Network

The long arm of the law is reaching back out to Gina Torres.

TVLine has learned exclusively that a Suits spinoff centered on former cast member Torres — whose fan-favorite character Jessica Pearson was… 281 more words


Television Review - Are You Watching....? Suits

At the end of January, one of my current favourite television series returned with the second half of its sixth season. In the run up to its return, I decided to go back to the beginning and was reminded just what a fantastic series it has always been. 1,537 more words


Hannibal - 8.5/10

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Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of classic the Thomas Harris character, Hannibal Lecter, takes much from the novel ‘Red Dragon’ which focuses on the early days of the doctor. 307 more words


Sweet 16: Top Television Series of 2016

It’s one of my favorite times of the year. It’s where I review the best and brightest that television had to offer in the previous year. 131 more words

FINT Book Review: Joss Whedon & Race

et’s face it. White liberals are having a “woke” moment that is shamefully long overdue. Growing up in the 1980s and early 90s as a white middle class kid from a moderately open-minded family (albeit residing in the conservative American south east), I was taught that the most respectful way to treat people of color was to be “color blind”. 196 more words

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