Tag: Elizabeth Tulloch

REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 13, “What Kills You Only Makes You Stronger”

Superman & Lois has had an uneven third season, so it’s fitting that the finale, “What Kills You Only Makes You Stronger,” follows suit. Most of the episode is great – percentage-wise, more than the season – but parts of it either don’t make sense or grate on your nerves, leaving you...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 12, “Injustice”

I saw the title “Injustice” a couple of months back on IMDb and wondered if Superman & Lois’ third season was going to get much, much bigger by the end. It hasn’t, at least not in the way that title would imply. But “Injustice” does feel like it’s upped the ante for the show, as &h...

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Superman & Lois Renewed for Season 4

The CW has put away its Kryptonite. According to Deadline, who first exclusively reported that this would happen before it was officially announced, the beleaguered network has renewed Superman & Lois for a fourth season. It will be a slightly shorter season, however, with the superhero show air...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 11, “Complications”

“Complications” is one of those episodes that feels like it should be the season finale but comes a couple of weeks early. There are still two more episodes left in season 3, but this would have made a satisfying endpoint. The main plotlines come to a head – one better than the other – and &...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 10, “Collision Course”

How they refrained from calling this episode “Cat’s in the Cradle” I’ll never know, but they resisted. “Collision Course” is another decent entry in the trying third season of Superman & Lois, with some good plotlines and payoffs for the cancer arc mixed with annoying or incomprehens...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 9 “The Dress”

Superman & Lois feels like its old self again in “The Dress,” a fantastic, character-driven episode that strikes the most human chord this season has yet. Lois’ cancer is front and center again, but it’s handled much better than it had been previously, in an honest way that humanizes thr...

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