New Episodes and Descriptions

“The Protector of Concord Dawn”
In need of new hyperspace routes due to Imperial pressure, the rebels find a shortcut but must first gain permission to use it.

“Legacy of Lasaan”
Zeb faces his past as the rebels unwittingly find a group of Lasats while searching for maps of Wild Space.

“The Call”
Ezra is guided by an old Jedi Master in a time of doubt.

Hera has a tumultuous reunion with her father as the rebellion aids a wayward group of Twi'leks.

“The Honorable Ones”
Kanan seeks to complete his Jedi training after discovering a hidden sect of old Jedi guardsman.

“Phantom’s Descent”
Sabine and Hera are stranded on a dangerous world after an Imperial convoy attacks their transport.

“Flight of Nanogorths”
The rebels stage a break-in to an experimental Imperial weapons factory.

“Shadows of the Past”
Ezra, Kanan, and Ahsoka return to the Jedi Temple on Lothal to seek answers about the growing darkness.

“Fears of the Future”
After being attacked by the Inquisitors on Lothal, Ezra, Kanan, and Ahsoka head to a Sith temple on the planet Malachor.

“Master and Apprentice”
Vader and the Inquisitors face the rebels on Malachor, spawning irreversible consequences.

Bobby’s Coming Back to SPN!

Fan favorite Jim Beaver will return to Supernatural to reprise his role as Bobby Singer for a Season 10 episode.

Bobby, a close friend of John Winchester who served as a mentor and friend to Sam and Dean after their father’s death, died during Supernatural’s seventh season. He’s returned a few times since then, in spirit form, most recently as part of Sam’s subconscious in the Season 9 premiere.

Bobby will return for the episode titled “Inside Man.” Sam and Castiel need some help from someone in heaven, and turn to Bobby for an assist.

Supernatural, “Inside Man,” airs April 1.


TV Shows of 2015

↳ 2. Parks and Recreation

Even though it ended at the right time and on a high - rather fading and being disappointing like the final seasons of The Office, I still really miss Parks and Recreation. I know in my hearts of hearts that without having a firm end date that the the show could have outstayed its welcome and that so much of the creative triumph of season seven comes down to the fact that this was the final season. Yet I find myself longing for the series and the inhabitants of Pawnee to return.

The time jump at the end of season six really allowed for the seventh season to move to new and interesting places. The Ron and Leslie falling out would only really make sense if it happened over an extended period of time and even though it made the first few episodes of the season hard to watch the conclusion to that story was one of the show’s highlights. Showing the rare vulnerability of Ron but also the strength of the unlikely friendship.

Some might suggest that a lot of the final season was far too optimistic and full of wishful thinking for the fate of Leslie and her friends. Perhaps this is true but frankly I can’t find fault with it. Parks and Recreation has been the show I’ve turned to whenever I’ve felt down. It is series about joy and finding people to share your dreams with and if any show should end with a happily ever after then it is definitely Parks and Recreation.