Tag: Carnival Row

We breakdown the very broken down series finale to Carnival Row
The thing about revolutions is that they begin with the need for something to revolt against. In Star Wars, it’s the Empire. In Quantumania, it was Kang the Conquerer. In the case of Carnival Row, it...

Carnival Row Season 2 Episode 7 Review: “Kindred” Finds No Spirits as the Show Repeats Itself

I’m starting to lose faith in Carnival Row. Not because of the acting, mind you, as the performances (especially, from the extended supporting cast)...

Carnival Row Season 2 Episode 8 Review: In “Facta Non Verba” Actions Truly Do Speak Louder Than Words in a Silencing Episode

Imogene goes full-blown Khaleesi in this one in a role befitting for Tamzin Merchant

Carnival Row Season 2 Episode 5-6 Review: Heads Will Roll

The Midseason finale of Carnival Row Season 2 Episode 5 was a game-changer with some major character deaths. Episode 6, however, was a bit of a filler.

Carnival Row Season 2 Episodes 3 & 4 Review: Mayhem Ensues as Comrades Get Worse

Where “The Martyr’s Hand” sets up this season's pacing with a murder investigation and rebellion going afoot, “An Unkindness of Raven” obliterates all hope with fear and failures of the communist parties involved.

Carnival Row Season 2 Episodes 1 & 2 Review: A Song of Violent Xenophobia 

“Fight or Flight” and “New Dawn” sees a grittier Carnival Row, with less sex work, and more about the deathly realities of those living under xenophobic regimes.

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