A couple of months ago, I shared with you several TV series that I've been watching this season. The season finales of them were aired this week. Due to several reasons, I just finished watching them half an hour ago. Here are my thoughts about them.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
If you're one of those people who didn't like the first half of the season of this kick-ass series, I'd say I agree with you. I love this show, sure, but the first half of it could have been better. Fortunately, they wrapped up the season with a good ending. My favourite part was when Ward and May were reminiscing the past. And OMGyouguys!!! I really love Phil Coulson, but not as much as Nick Fury loves him, apparently.
The season finale of Elementary was... kind of meh. It wasn't as mind blowing as that of the first season. However, I must say that I like the part where Sherlock confessed his feeling for Joan (spoiler: no, not in a romantic way). I love their relationship/partnership.
I was brokenhearted when I first heard that they had decided to cancel this show. But looking back, the last few episodes weren't actually as good as earlier ones. The season finale didn't even make me laugh for once, though some scenes did put a smile on my face. I'm still quite sorry that it was cancelled. I'm gonna miss Diane so much.
Something that makes me so excited about next season is that Marvel has officially announced that they will give Agent Carter a special series of her own! Imagine it. A series about spies, set in the 1940s, with a female lead character! It adds up the girl power in me even more as several weeks ago I also found out about Orphan Black and decided to try watching the first episode. Best. Decision. Ever. I binge watched the whole first season in one night and now I find myself looking forward to new episode every Sunday morning (the time it is aired in my time zone). Now if you're following me on Twitter, you will see that I'm super obsessed with Allison Hendrix. Fancy joining me in #CloneClub talks on Twitter?
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