When a show tells you they aren’t a sequel and then SURPRISE the show is totally a sequel is that a “twist” or is it a cheat? The Exorcist 2016 seems to be dying a slow death over on Fox, and I’m not sure the latest surprise is going to stem the bleeding. You can read my full recap (and analysis) of the last episode (and all that came before) over at The Agony Booth.
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The Exorcist: Sisters Doing It For Themselves (S1, E4)
This week on The Exorcist: Father Marcus learns a thing or two from some badass nuns who don’t need no stinking bishop’s approval, and begins to assemble his own Scooby Gang, as the show continues to develop it’s own mythology, which is less Catholic than the movie version, and more Buffy. You can read the whole detailed (but snarky) recap/analysis at The Agony Booth, which now holds the entire Happy Nice Time People archives.
The Exorcist, Homeland, The Americans and More…
This is just a reminder for all you fans of snarky recaps, snappy reviews, and other smart writing about television: My television writing has moved from Happy Nice Time People to The Agony Booth. In fact, the entire contents of HNTP have moved to The Agony Booth, so that’s the place to go to catch up on all things television.
I’m currently recapping The Exorcist, which is a little bit Buffy and a little bit X-Files derivative, but why not take from the best?
This television season I expect to return to recapping Homeland, Better Call Saul and The Americans. They’ll also probably be season overviews of binge-worthy shows like The Man in the High Castle.
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