This series is absolute nonsense from the beginning and it’s terrible written but I still watched the whole thing. I wonder how the devil himself can be fooled by teenagers SINGING ... worst scene ever haha terrible, really, but probably will keep watching the next seasons.
NOT TODAY, S A T A N
Kiernan Shipka deserves ALLLL the emmys.
I love that Nick is still calling Harvey by "Harry". Hilarious!
The whole Roz and Harvey thing it's so BORING!
Oh, thank Lucifer (as they would say lol). I need my poor, sweet, darling Nicholas back. Honestly, for a bad boy he's the most caring, supportive, loving bf in the history of TV. He's too good to be bad. I don't care what anyone else says.
I honestly was expecting the Dark Lord to kill Blackwell and am kinda disappointed he still continues to draw breath. Something to look forward to, I guess. Prudence needs to make up her mind and join a side. All the flip flopping is growing tiresome.
The writing was really subpar this season. The characters were extremely OOC and the plot was laughable and ridiculous at times. I really hope they'll get better, more committed writers for next season. People who will make sure the characters stay true to themselves.
should have ended with Lilith ascending as the queen of Hell or with Zelda claiming they were the church of Lilith now or with Prudence and Ambrose swearing to kill Blackwood, ending with Sabrina saying "let's save my boyfriend" was sort of a boner-killer. Great show anyway, nothing too earth-shattering or smart (it has its fair share of dumb decisions and plotholes), but delicious entertainment.and looking foward to the next season
I‘m happy with how season 2 turned out. Although the beginning was too slow, the last few episodes and the finale were great. I can‘t wait for season 3.
This season was kind of a let down. This show has a bad tendency to set up high stakes and then undo them, like with Nicholas. It ruins the character moment knowing Sabrina's going to get him back, and probably pretty soon. Him going to hell with Satan trapped in him and Sabrina having to say goodbye is a profound character moment and it'll be resolved this time next season. 2/5.
I guess one's opinion on the show relies heavily on what you expect it should be. I liked this second half-season much better than the first one, but I went in expecting nothing but a dark twist on the original show, so the silliness is par for the course. On the other hand, if you went in expecting deeply complex character development and intrincate storylines, I guess I understand your disappointment. I think you'd probably enjoy 'The Magicians' in that regard.
I could have done without the singing part but this is from the creators of Riverdale.
Soo.... Antichrist?! That escalated quickly