Six shows to binge watch while you’re stuck at home

We’re on day two of our two week stay at home order and with rain in the forecast this weekend, the outside projects that have been keeping me busy and sane will just have to wait. I’ve been re-watching ER and iZombie, but am about to finish up the latter, so I’m definitely on the…

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The X-Files: Season 10 Review

On January 24th, fourteen years after what fans thought was the series finale,  The X-Files kicked off its much hyped six episode event. Ratings were HUGE with 16 million people watching episode one (probably didn’t hurt that it directly followed the Super Bowl) and even though episode two only pulled in about 10 million viewers,…

A Look Back at the X-Files, Season 9

Well, I did it! I finished re-watching the entire series – and a full week ahead of schedule! My season nine re-watch wrapped up on Sunday, the 17th of January and the new revival begins this Sunday, the 24th at 10 p.m. on Fox. Season nine was a mixed bag. David Duchovny only appeared in…

A Look Back at the X-Files, Season 8

Mulder is out and John Doggett is in as Scully’s new partner on the X-Files. Originally recruited for a special FBI task force to find Mulder (who may or may not have been abducted by aliens),  Doggett and Scully start off on the wrong foot but by the end of the season, generally work well…

A Look Back at the X-Files, Season 7

The seventh season of the X-Files aired during  1999-2000 and many on the show thought it would be the final season of the series. However, it was renewed for an eighth but season seven would mark the final season that David Duchovney would appear as a main character in all the episodes. While not as…

A Look Back at the X-Files, Season 6

Season six of the X-Files picked up where the movie left off and focused on Mulder and Scully’s reassignment to other cases within the F.B.I. The agents, who had been taken off the X-files, still found themselves dealing with cases very much like what they had been working on before, much to the chagrin of…