It’s mid-January and my show drought is about to end. Tonight, Timeless is back. When we left off, Flynn had kidnapped Lucy. Obviously, Wyatt and Rufus will go after her and get her back. I’m interested to see what happened to Rittenhouse after David Rittenhouse was killed. Rittenhouse’s son, who got away, sounded a lot like his dad, which makes me wonder if anything really changed.
I’m also looking forward to the return of the CW shows. In the next couple of weeks, The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow will be back. I’m most looking forward to Supergirl because of the blossoming relationship between Kara and Mon-El.
Unfortunately, I have to wait until March for the return of Designated Survivor. I can’t believe I have to wait another two months to find out who took the bullet.
What shows are you looking forward to?
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2 thoughts on “The show drought is ending”
Some time ago I read an amazing description of Arrow’s Felicity, and I enjoyed. Why haven’t you wrote aboumore articlest Arrow’s characters? Or episodes?
I think right now Arrow is better in season 5.
I’ve focused more on show summaries and wrote a lot about season 4 last year as I struggled to figure out who was in the grave. Recently, I decided to take a little break from blogging. I’ve been posting, but not nearly as much as I used to. I agree season 5 has been better. I wrote a blog about 5 months ago about Oliver’s new team. I don’t know if you’ve read it, “Arrow gets a new team and new life.” I’ll plan more Arrow blogs for the future. I’m glad you’ve enjoyed reading them.