The series introduces its nasty twist on the familiar “chosen one” fantasy via a series of familiar new-kid-in-school tropes.
Charlie has a role to play, but her ending has already been written.
Over the course of her time undercover, Charlie has wisely learned to be paranoid.
As Charlie embarks on the next and most difficult part of her mission, Becker starts to let his guard down … maybe.
After two episodes spent watching Kurtz maneuver all his chess pieces into place, it’s time for him to start knocking a few over.
The John le Carré adaptation kicks off as a spymaster recruits an unwitting heroine in his dramatic plot to take down a terrorist.
Salim and Charlie’s respective imprisonments invite us to interrogate the similarities and differences of their situations.
“Everything has a price. You understand?”
The Hell plotline finally crashes into New Orleans.
Jesse’s search for God is a real shaggy-dog story.
Jesse learns that Jesus Christ has a dirty secret.
This is as dour and unenlightening as Preacher gets.
Hell seems like a pretty bad place, huh?
This Herr Starr guy is going to be a very formidable opponent.
“Sokosha” is the season’s finest episode to date.
“Dallas” is the weakest episode of the season so far.
Let’s talk about Adolf Hitler’s role on this show.
“Damsels” is a banger of an episode.
“Mumbai Sky Tower” is giddy, bloody fun.
Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy finally hit the road.