Just as I thought I had a handle on how each of the town residents would interact with each other. That was until " Past Is Prologue " and Datak Tarr decided to turn the town on its side by play more dirty that normal. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.co more
I'd been looking forward to this election episode, and I was pretty happy with how all the various schemes played out. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/defiance-past-is-prologue-review-all-the-pieces-in-place-137263461736/
This week, a skeleton in the walls of the NeedWant illuminated the past of some of Defiance's key characters. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/defiance-the-bride-wore-black-review-the-past-reaches-out-137202255452/
This week's episode of Defiance finally delivered on the big McCawley/Tarr family wedding that the series has been building towards all season. But despite the happy occasion, this was quite possibly the darkest episode of Defiance to date. A murder myste more
Despite being an all-around enjoyable episode, last week's Defiance ended on an awkward note with the last-minute introduction of a new conflict involving a plague outbreak. While "If I Ever Leave This World Alive" was more singular in its focus, the plag more
Defiance has fully recovered from its recent plague and "The Bride Wore Black" finally brought us to the nuptials of Romeo and Juliet, Christie McCawley and Alak Tarr.
Like their literary counterparts, Christie and Alak have had a rocky relationship due more
Love was in the air on the latest “Defiance”, but this being the show it is, so was murder. Although the title, “The Bride Wore Black”, was a bit of a misnomer, as the bride wore no such thing, nor was the storyline anything like the movie of the same nam more
It’s fair to say that we’ve explored a few dark story paths on Defiance so far, from Quentin killing Mr. Birch and throwing him into an underground lake... to Nolan shooting Sukar, resulting in a rift with Irisa.
But those were just a small more