Emancipation is based on the true story of Whipped Peter, a Louisiana slave who escaped to his freedom and enlisted in the Union Army. In a perfect world, we would be having a conversation about Will Smith’s performance and Emancipation’s recreation of the 1860s. Whether we like it or not, the slap will forever be apart of the conversation. I cannot deny the fact that Will Smith delivers another Oscar-worthy performance. Do we need another…"Emancipation Tells The Story Of Whipped Peter"
In the third season finale of The Orville: New Horizons, “Future Unknown” closes things out with the wedding event of the year. Last week ended with the surprise that many of us never saw coming: peace between the Union and Kaylon. Unfortunately, it also came with a tragedy in the Orville family as Ensign Charly Burke sacrificed her life. You would never have known that somebody had died because everybody is so joyous in this…"The Orville: New Horizons — Future Unknown"
The Orville: New Horizons unfortunately plays into a longstanding pop culture TV trope in the season’s penultimate episode. I’m going to get into spoiler territory as I discuss the most recent episode. After getting kicked out of the Planetary Union, the Moclans form an alliance with the Krill. In response to this unfortunate turn of events, the Union surprisingly forms an alliance with Kaylon. Not everyone is on board with this, leading Union Admiral Perry…"The Orville: New Horizons Continues Pop Culture TV Trope"
After the initial backlash to The Orville, Seth MacFarlane responds with its strongest trans episodes yet in The Orville: New Horizons. There are two episodes in particular that follow Topa, a Moclan born female but being raised as male. The first episode is the third season’s fifth episode, “A Tale of Two Topas.” The second episode in this storyline is the season’s eighth episode, “Midnight Blue.” While two episodes remain in the third season, there’s…"The Orville: New Horizons Has A Moving Trans Storyline"