Murder in the Hills is bogged down by the unnecessary plots and the revelation that comes in the end.
Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop is a heart-touching account of a summer in the lives of two awkward teenagers.
Too Hot to Handle Brazil is as vapid and pointless as its predecessors.
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans makes for an entertaining watch, even if it's quite simple and innocent.
You Are My Spring episode 6 is a mish-mash of fluff and serious stuff, and I wish I had more of the latter!
You Are My Spring episode 5 is a fluff episode, but the banter between Da-jeong and Young-do almost makes it worth it.
Nevertheless episode 5 is pretty much a filler episode with only a few moments that add value to the overall plot.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 ties the other two of the instalment and delivers some creepiness for good measure.
The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated Episode 1 was great! There wasn't anything groundbreaking in the story or the execution, but I still liked watching it all the same.
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Episode 5 was borderline unwatchable at points, and I can barely even recognise this show. It was boring and not in line with the rest of the show's formula. Why am I still watching this?
Nevertheless episode 7 is such a tease of an episode and ends on a cliffhanger!
In a video, oceanographers have captured real-life SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star together at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 18 was the best episode of this season so far and the first one I would give a full score to. Back in form, you say?