Shhh, don't jinx it!
For a CBS drama, I’ve been pleasantly surprised - oddball cold opens, weird camera angles, and that last episode...yeeesh. (And here I am not talking about the parents killing one child to protect another, I am talking about Katja Herbers breaking down at the weight of everything she’s encountered that day, and the… Read more
The mother said something like “I know we’re supposed to love all our kids equally, and we do, but when one of them is threatened...” and then left a very pregnant pause. She wasn’t going to say more because there was a police officer in the next room, but they all made the connection, and I think Kristen even muttered… Read more
This has been a really smart show so far. There was a point in the first episode where I feared it was going all in on the religious “demons are real” aspects, but it ended up striking a good balance of solving the core mystery while also leaving some aspect unexplained. I don’t know how long they can keep that up… Read more
I started watching this for Katja Herbers (she was also great in Manhattan), and have been pleasantly surprised. I don’t normally care for CBS dramas, but this one has done a good job of creating a sort of X-Files feel with monsters/problems of the week that are building towards something bigger.
It’s a residence at the University of Toronto! All girls too, with fire places, common rooms etc. The suffocating scene was apparently filmed in the tower (which is now blocked off... for reasons no one was really able to tell us froshies.) It is apparently also haunted, but I did not see any paranormal activity. Read more