Nick learns more about the organization Trubel works for, and the Black Claw, and also gets called in to help out on a case outside his jurisdiction, and calls in some help of his own to deal with it. Spoilers after the break.
TL:DR/No spoilers opener. I had high hopes for this series and while I may have not agreed with everything they did with the adaption to TV, none of it was a deal breaker.
We got another new episode of the X-Files last night, and this was easily my favorite so far. It wasn’t big onto the overarching conspiracy story, which I’m fine with, because it was just a fun episode, which are also the ones I enjoyed most from The X-Files in the 90s. Even if the rest of this mini season are back to…
Grimm is back, and picking up right where the fall finale left off, with everyone in disbelief over what just happened. Meanwhile, the wesen uprising continues their violent campaign to take over the world. Spoilers after the break.
Anyone want to discuss last night’s episode of The Flash? I’m going to have to make this shorter than I normally would a recap, so here are the bullet points of what happened.
On the Grimm winter finale, Trubel fills Nick in on what’s been going on, the Wesen Uprising attack small shop owners, and Meisner sends Nick some major help right when he needs it. Game changing spoilers after the break.
This week’s Grimm gives nearly equal time to the crime of the week, which is a pretty interesting one, and the wesen conspiracy story, and it all goes by pretty quickly. Plus, viewers finally get to see something that’s been only talked about until now. Spoilers after the break.
The crime of the week involves a quest to win a princess’ hand in marriage, and the Portland on the PD are on the case. But most of it is just to keep us busy until the last few minutes. Spoilers after the break.
On this week’s Grimm, everyone gets a slight break from all the conspiracy and killer wesen and get a few easier things to deal with, but there’s still a homicide to solve and some adult-napping involved, as well as some life changes, both actual and potential. Spoilers after the break.
On Friday’s Grimm, Hank gets a temporary partner, Nick has a new house guest, and another member of the mysterious wesen society is encountered. Spoilers after the break.
Final Hour summary: In the series finale, multiple factions struggle to get control of the time portal and change the future.
The Desperate Hours summary: Alec and Kiera make a deal with Kellog in order to get access to the Time Marine device. The Time Marines stage a devastating attack on the VPD.
Okay. That was a lot to take in. The way season one left off set this episode up so much, and a lot did happen. Lets talk about the premiere of season 2: The Man Who Saved Central City. Spoilers after the jump.
Last night was the season finale of Fear the Walking Dead. Luckily, it’s already been renewed for a second season, so it’ll be back next summer. In the meantime, lets take this opportunity to look back on the season that was, and reflect on what we learned and witnessed. Welcome to the Fear the Walking Dead Megathread.
Zero Hour summary: Alec tries to figure out what the Time Marines are building and has a revelatory encounter with The Traveler. Kellog becomes suspicious of what his counterpart has planned.
Power Hour summary: Alec gets a job with the VPD. Kiera and Garza investigate the Time Marines’ activities.
Quick episode summary: Alec works on getting Emily back as Travis and Garza decide to take out Kellog.
The third Stevenbomb has begun, bringing us lies, damned lies, and Sardonyx. Spoilers to follow.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse...In the season finale, we find out if Claire can save Jamie from the horrors of Wentworth Prison. (Spoiler alert: Yes and no.) Also, a retrospective on the first season of Outlander.