Monothematic episode, this week: the 40 minutes were in fact devoted entirely to April and Jackson, the couple of the moment; doesn't He foresaw nothing good and l ’ expectation has not been rejected but, to surprise, There have been unexpected implications.
The miniseries of The X-Files has come to an end. We knew it was going to an event and as such intended for a definitive conclusion, not a one night stand, but almost. Chris Carter is clearly not d ’ agreement and pledged to challenge FOX to renew the series for that which in fact would be its 11th season. The final was in fact closed with a cliffhanger before which the scenes post credits for X-Men that anticipate the next film appear more conclusive.
After an episode that he exhausted as if we had fought with the protagonists, It was predictable that this week was generally quiet. And so indeed it is, Despite not becoming a boring episodes that sometimes The Walking Dead has accustomed us.
Slowly the pieces of the puzzle come together and the picture of the past by Annalise (and Wes) takes shape before our eyes, small revelations throughout the ’ episode begin to satisfy the curiosity that devours us for months.
Meredith is so used to getting dark & twisty, to refuse to open up with anyone all ’ except his circle of the elect, to take refuge in solitude and in his inner demons, that she became aware of how much has changed over time.
The idea of the conspiracy which uses alien technologies presented in premiere has adapted the mystery at the base of the nine seasons of The X-Files to the current reality. This episode goes even further in today's world by tapping the terrorist issue and addressing issues even provocative on ’ "angry God" of the Bible and the Koran and the profound love and hate that a human being can try.
La Shonda Night really is back in great form from the winter break: If Grey's Anatomy had already largely exceeded expectations, Murder has not been outdone and, once again, much of the credit goes to the beautiful Viola Davis.
The Walking Dead is back and he does explosively, literally and metaphorically speaking, making us forget the doubts and concerns that emerged in the first half of this season. Although there have been some exciting moments even in the eight episodes behind, It was precisely just moments, While the general feeling was that always lacked that bit extra. Glenn version Jon Snow has been l Apex ’: much fuss and shock then resolved trivially.
After a long winter break is finally returned the Shonda Night, and came back with a bang: Although the ratings for Grey's Anatomy are slightly lowered than the mid-season finale, indeed, l ’ episode was really unforgettable.