I still watch broadcast television with favorite weekly shows, just like the old days before streaming. I want to talk about three I’ve been enjoying. All have minority women in lead roles. They are The Endgame, The Cleaning Lady, and Naomi.
This is my love song, my big thank you, to ALL the actors, crew, costume designers, make up artists, writers, producers, directors and creative minds behind Lost Girl. I love what you created. I’ve been a fan of Lost Girl since the first episode, when I fell hard for the show. There was one simple reason then, and it has …
The Lost Girl finale, “Rise,” staged the final battle between good and evil (for now . . . ) and gave fans a smile-inducing happy ending for the series. The image above, with Bo (Anna Silk) right on the line between the darkness and the light sums it all up nicely. So I guess I don’t need to write the …
Women have always taken photos of themselves with their big bellies when they are pregnant. But only recently have those photos been shared with the world. Remember the brouhaha when Demi Moore did it? Well, things have changed since then. Be warned, if you have fertility issues, this post may be upsetting.
The “Family Portrait” episode (season 5, episode 13) of Lost Girl is all about getting to the truth of Bo’s (Anna Silk) blood-related family and her reliance on her chosen family of friends. Inga Cadranel is back as mama succubus Aife; she’s all over this episode and gives an incredible performance. There are spoilers ahead.
In “Judgement Fae,” episode 12 of season 5 of Lost Girl, we get another of those episodes where things happen by magic, you never know who someone really is, the actors get to act like other characters because their bodies have been overtaken by some Ancient or other, and nothing is what it seems. Many, many spoilers ahead.