Cast & Crew
The fact that the Lawrences showed up in this season's penultimate episode indicates they'll play a large role next season, and they're practically dripping with potential.
I love camp, and I love gothic camp especially, but in a show that depends upon a grounded and realistic aesthetic for its horror, gothic camp strikes me as an odd tonal choice.
While it's thrilling to see The Handmaid's Tale test its borders a bit, to try on a little Jane Eyre for size...the late arrival of this change seems to undermine its potential.
'Postpartum' reassuringly understands that it is not about the repetitive cycle of pain. It's all about motherhood and the protection of children.
Whitford's performance has you on a knife's edge from the minute he turns up.
Season 2 maintains everything we loved about Luke Cage's debut, but ditches the unwelcome superhero shenanigans for a leaner, sleeker viewing experience.
It's impossible to ignore the flawed narrative that takes place on this episode.