I chatted with Follows about her role as Reign's Queen Catherine, perhaps the most badass mother-in-law of all time.
"Rocky Road" made as little sense and had as little respect for its audience as the rest of Season 4 so far, but it presented its nonsense with a certain flair, a flashy panache.
“Drawn and Quartered” was like Game of Thrones, y'all.
Are you tired of Frozen yet?
The series reshuffled the deck with "The Plague," a densely plotted episode that worked almost as a standalone outing but also went far in establishing new threads for Reign's sophomore season.
Plus: A few juicy hints at what's ahead for Mary and the gang as they kick off their sophomore season.
Are you ready to plunge back into this multi-dimensional scatterplot of whimsical Disney references that just keeps getting weirder and weirder/better and better? Or did "A Tale of Two Sisters" leave you cold?
While it was sort of interesting to see Frank's struggle, I sort of don’t want to feel guilty for/distracted from rooting for Claire and Jamie... not ever, even a little bit.
Jamie and Claire are now officially a team. A hot, lusty team.
After the storm comes the sun. After the Randall stomach punch comes the highland romance.
Fox's new reality series is almost tediously full of conflict.
This was a very effective episode that vividly illustrated how alienated Claire feels, as a woman, as a time traveller, and perhaps most of all as an English person in an (understandably) hostile land.
What did you think of "The Gathering"?