Danny Ciello is a detective in the NYPD’s Special Investigations Unit, a special division given free rein to handle narcotics cases. The SIU have a rather loose approach to the law, frequently dealing drugs and skimming cash for their own purposes. But when Danny’s conscience gets the better of him, he decides to become an FBI informant – on the condition that he will never be asked to turn against his fellow SIU detectives. Continue reading
Ruth Wilder is a struggling actress who longs to put her traditional approach to good use. But when the only job in town is an audition to star in a new women’s wrestling show, Ruth is determined to get the part.
Based on the production of the real-life 1980s TV series Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, GLOW is a Netflix comedy-drama about a group of women who are brought together to produce a women’s wrestling show. Like so many Netflix series, it both has a small but dedicated following, and was cut short before its time – thanks to Covid-19, filming on the fourth season was cancelled. Many people were disappointed by this, but after watching season three, I couldn’t help feeling that maybe the show had run its course already. Continue reading
Thanks to Adira’s last minute with added radiation tablets, Culber and Saru have a little more time to convince Su’Kal to leave the decaying holodeck that has been his only home. Meanwhile, the Discovery crew continue their efforts to recover their ship from Osyraa. Continue reading
The Emerald Chain have seized control of Discovery and used it to infiltrate Federation Headquarters. But Osyraa isn’t there to wage war – instead, she has a proposal for Admiral Vance. Meanwhile, Tilly and crew try to figure out a way to get their ship back. Continue reading
Discovery heads to the Verubin Nebula in order to find the ship at the source of the Burn. While Burnham, Culber and Saru brave dangerous radiation levels in order to search for a possible survivor, Tilly takes the helm of Discovery. But Osyraa isn’t far behind them, and she’s determined to get her hands on Discovery’s spore drive. Continue reading
Philippa Georgiou has returned to the mirror universe, to the days after Mirror Burnham tried to assassinate her. But this time around, Georgiou is trying something different – instead of immediately executing Burnham, she attempts to rehabilitate her adoptive daughter. But can the lessons in compassion and mercy that Georgiou absorbed aboard Discovery really help her in the vicious and unforgiving mirror universe? Continue reading
Empress Georgiou is far from home. She’s stuck in the wrong time and the wrong universe, and her body is starting to suffer from the displacement. After consulting the sphere data, Discovery takes Georgiou to Dannus V, an icy world where a mysterious portal might offer Georgiou a way home. Continue reading
When Book’s homeworld is threatened by the leader of the Emerald Chain, Burnham and Discovery decide to lend their support in defending it. Meanwhile, Stamets and Adira start analysing the Ni’Var data on the origin of The Burn. Continue reading
Harry Kim: Seven years and I never got promoted once.
Tilly: Sucks to be you.#StarTrekDiscovery
— Dr JoSa (@azure_karura) November 28, 2020
As Burnham and Tilly continue to analyse the black box data, they learn that further information about The Burn might be available from the Ni’Var – the modern alliance of Vulcans and Romulans. Burnham decides to use her position as Spock’s sister to convince the Ni’Var to release their data to her, but even an unexpected ally might not be enough to help her convince them. Continue reading
When Book’s ship turns up on autopilot with only Grudge on board, Burnham learns that he got in trouble while tracking down the black box of an old Federation ship -an important clue to the nature of The Burn. Having decided that Book’s welfare is more important than obeying her captain’s orders, Burnham takes Georgiou on an unauthorised mission to rescue him and retrieve the valuable black box. Continue reading