“Breaking Glass” flirted with the longstanding subtextual love story between Emma and Regina as blatantly as the show ever has.
Where to even begin with this one? So. Much. Happened.
Hook's new outfit has finally arrived. But honestly, "The Apprentice" was fairly tedious.
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.