Three cheers for cybernetics?
A bold dip into original series canon goes a long way toward justifying bringing Spock and Pike into the Disco fold.
Michael finds her brother, Amanda Grayson gets complicated, and a slash ship is born. If only the episode stopped there.
In the best episode of the series to date, Discovery meets — and immediately deconstructs — a new foe species.
The crew makes an insane gambit to get back a single ensign, and wins a delightful, if scientifically dubious, resurrection for its trouble.
The biggest dorks in Starfleet go into full-on geek mode as they rush to solve a fistful of mysteries.
Parasites, angels, logic extremists, secret love children — everybody’s gettin’ haunted this week.
An overstuffed episode moves at a breakneck pace between narratively convenient coincidences.
Captain Pike isn’t a regular stepdad; he’s a cool stepdad.
Annie Clark is pushing her music into new territories — and with that comes a new set of risks.
“The final episode really is an emotional good-bye, rather than an edge-of-your-pants kind of good-bye.”
“Only you can decide, chicken.”
The show’s penultimate episode is a celebration of its bang-up ensemble.
“It’s Neolution Black Friday!”
Contract or no, Rachel will remain a subject as long as there is an experiment.
I’m so tickled by P.T. Westmoreland’s lame secret.
P.T. Westmoreland will stop at nothing to achieve everlasting life.
My questions for Percival T. Westmoreland are numerous.
Orphan Black’s favorite type-A homemaker has a truly miraculous moment of genius.
Cosima finally meets P.T. Westmoreland.