With the third season wrapping up with a bang (seriously, that cliffhanger was super unfair, guys!) just last month in June, The Bold Type is on my mind and I can’t help but thinking about it pretty much all the time and there’s a huge question that replays again and again and again – why is this show not watched more and talked about more?
This past week’s episode of Doctor Who – the third of the season – took us on a trip into the past and across the pond to Montgomery, Alabama in 1955, just a day before Rosa Park refuses to give up her seat on the bus and launches a movement. The Doctor and her companions are pulled there, of course, because there’s someone who wants to stop Rosa from doing this. Something about this moment starts something that our villain does not like and The Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz must get all the pieces in place to make it happen. There were some mixed feelings, it seems, when it came to this episode but let’s jump in and find out what I thought.
In the second episode of Jodie Whittaker’s first season as the new Doctor in Doctor Who, the Doctor and her newest companions – Graham, Ryan and Yaz – end up stranded on a desolate planet – a planet literally called Desolation – with two others battling it out in a race across the universe for an immense amount of money. These two have to reach what is called the Ghost Monument in order to win and the Doctor and her companions tag along because, of course, the monument is none other than the TARDIS.
Today is the day, Whovians! It feels like it’s been so long and it has! Today we finally get back into the TARDIS – uh, sort of – and take off into a new adventure with Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor, three new companions and a brand new show runner. This review is completely spoiler free so please enjoy. And if you want to talk spoilers with me, please do because I am SO excited!
Apparently when I used to write blog posts back in 2015, I never wrote intros? So now, here in 2020, as I’m coming through and editing all of these posts, I’m having to write an intro. Here is the top ten favorite TV shows of past Sara from roughly 4.5 years ago. Some are still the same in 2020, some are definitely not. Let’s see here…
Hello, story everyone. Just stopping by to intro this a little bit. I’m taking a break from this week’s Tuesday Top Ten, mostly because I couldn’t come up with anything (come on, approved brain, think!), but also because my boyfriend had a great idea, and with the end of Futurama as a TV show last week, this fits perfectly. Enjoy!