Last week, the group had successfully taken down the defenses of Mt. Weather. At the beginning of this week’s two part finale, Lexa and Clarke’s plan is going off without a hitch. Bellamy frees the captive Grounders inside, gearing them up for a fight. Indra and Octavia make their way through the mining tunnels, where they plan to escape with all of the newly freed people. Clarke and Lexa wait outside the main door of the mountain with an army. While Raven and Wick take down the power through the dam. Everyone is in place so, what could go wrong?
Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.15 “Blood Must Have Blood, Part One”
First, let’s briefly recap last week’s episode (Episode 2.13 “Resurrection”) :
The aftermath of missile leaves Clarke feeling a bit guilty (Abby doesn’t help matters). Marcus gets stuck underneath piles of rubble, but is saved by Abby and Octavia. Jasper’s group prepares to defend the floor of Mt. Weather they have taken over. Cage has too many men and weapons, but the group manages to escape thanks to Bellamy. Maya’s dad and other opposing Cage help hide them for the time being. By the end of the episode Abby realizes that it was too harsh to judge her daughter when being on the council has lead to similar hard decisions. Indra reconciles with Lincoln. Clarke is told by Abby to not “forget that we’re the good guys.” Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.14 “Bodyguard of Lies”
**SPOILER ALERT** Stuff happens, I talk about it, so you should probably make sure you have already watched Wednesday’s episode before you read it.
In this week’s episode, Jasper’s group fights to stay alive, Bellamy finds a new ally, and Clarke is reminded of how much it sucks being a leader.
Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.12 “Rubicon”
**Spoiler Alert** If you haven’t watch last Wednesday episode, beware!
In this week’s episode the Grounders and “Sky people” seem to have finally started to work peacefully. As peaceful as you can get planning a war. Last week’s episode left Bellamy in a bad situation, he has been selected for harvest. Now, Bellamy is locked up with the rest of the Grounders. A female Grounder named Echo (thanks IMDB!) is not happy to be cage neighbors with Bellamy and spits on him. He realizes that she must have not heard the news that they were now allies and makes a snarky comment. (To be fair, she has been a little preoccupied.) Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.11 “Coup de Grace”
**Spoilers** If you haven’t watch Wednesday’s The 100, read at your own risk!
In latest episode, everyone has separated from the group, as they try to find the best solution to save their people in Mt. Weather. Bellamy and Lincoln make a plan to infiltrate the underground civilization using Lincoln’s past as a Reaper. Marcus and Indra try their best to work together while they train their respective warriors. Clarke strategizes with Lexa on the best battle plan, but has issues with an objective Grounder. For this week’s summary, I break storyline into separate sections. Why? Because I can. Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.10 “Survival of the Fittest”
**Spoilers** If you haven’t seen last Wednesday’s episode, stop reading. If you still haven’t seen the mid-season finale, you really should stop reading and go catch up!
Being set in in a post-apocalyptic world, The 100 is no stranger to killing off characters, but like many shows, it stays clear from killing off the core cast. Finn, one of those show’s most beloved characters, was killed in the winter finale. Instead of letting him die at the hands of thousands of Grounders (no doubt sharpening their knives), Clarke delicately plunged a knife into her once lover. Not an easy task to run a blade threw the guy that just confessed his love for you a couple hours before. The decision to kill Finn will undoubtedly stick with Clarke for sometime, possibly forever. Continue reading Review: ‘The 100’ Episode 2.9 “Remember Me”
The CW has dropped the trailer to the latest episode of The Flash, which premieres January 20th.
6.83 Million Viewers Watch the Series Premiere in Final Live + 7 Day Ratings
Across All Platforms, THE FLASH Premiere Has Been Seen More Than 13 Million Times
The series premiere of THE FLASH rises to 6.8 million total viewers, becoming The CW’s most watched telecast of any series in the history of the network, in final Live + 7 Day Nielsen ratings data. THE FLASH premiere is also the highest-rated telecast among Men 18-49 (3.2) ever on the network.
Continue reading “THE FLASH” SERIES PREMIERE IS THE CW’S MOST WATCHED TELECAST EVER