Jane the Virgin (season 5)

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{5/5} “I’m a more selfish person than you, so sometimes I forget to think about other people, but I’m working on it, OK?… But hey, it is who I am so don’t expect, like, a huge change.” — Petra Jane the Virgin season 5, aired in 2018-19 Somehow Michael is alive, but he has amnesia […]

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

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{5/5} “One day I’m going to be the best… Well, perhaps not technically the best, but arguably the most famous accordion player in an extremely specific genre of music!” Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, released in 2022 Al’s dad doesn’t want him playing the accordion or singing songs. He’d rather he work at the factory […]

Jane the Virgin (season 4)

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{5/5} “Wow, I’ve never seen anyone not like Jane before. It’s honestly a turn on.” — Petra Jane the Virgin season 4, aired in 2017-18 Xo and Ro are married. Luisa got the addendum to her father’s will from Anezka when they shared a cab, and she says everything is hers and Rafael is out. […]

Rosaline

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{4.5/5} “I’m afraid you’re not the first maiden he’s charmed with his high cheekbones and fancy words.” Rosaline, released in 2022 Romeo told Rosaline he was in love with her, and they agreed to meet the next day at the masquerade ball. But Rosaline was out on the water with one of the suitors her […]

Jane the Virgin (season 3)

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{5/5} “‘You were dating the woman that killed our father and kidnapped my son.’ ‘And that was bad…’” — Rafael & Luisa Jane the Virgin season 3, aired in 2016-17 Jane and Michael are married. Anezka is impersonating Petra while Petra is in the hospital looking like Anezka. When Michael figures out that Susanna is […]

Eurovision Song Contest: Fire Saga

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{4/5} “That sweater’s really angry.” Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, released in 2020 Lars and Sigrit have been singing together since they were kids. This year they won the Iceland song contest, because all the other entrants were mysteriously killed in a boat explosion. They travel to Scotland for the Eurovision Song […]

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

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{5/5} “Is that supposed to be me? It’s grotesque… I’ll give you $20 000 for it.” The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, released in 2022 Nick Cage is approached by a director about a movie, and he very much wants to do it — he thinks it’s the role of a lifetime. Meanwhile, his daughter […]

Jane the Virgin (season 2)

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{5/5} “We happen to be in a little bit of a feud. A big feud, actually!” — Rogelio, about Britney Spears Jane the Virgin season 2, aired in 2015-16 Jane has had her baby, a boy named Mateo. A fake nurse grabbed Mateo and took him to Rose, aka Sin Rostro. Rose calls Michael and […]

Only Murders in the Building (season 2)

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{5/5} “Bunny had a secret elevator? Where does it go, Hell?” Only Murders in the Building season 2, aired in 2022 When Bunny is murdered and Mabel is found leaning over the body with Bunny’s blood all over her, Mabel, Charles, and Oliver are all arrested. They’re interrogated, but the police haven’t found the murder […]

Knight and Day

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{5/5} “‘They’ll tell you I’m mentally unstable and violent and dangerous and it will all sound very convincing.’ ‘I’m already convinced.’” Knight and Day, released in 2010 June is going to her sister’s wedding. She runs into a handsome man named Roy at the airport a couple of times, and then ends up on the […]