Whoever this new A is, they like making their game as elaborate as possible. Every detail has been thought of and there’s no turning back once you roll the dice.
The Mikaelsons are up against their biggest threat yet, but Freya doesn’t seem to be fazed. At least not in this promo. Ever since Freya met her family, she’s fallen in line with the “family first” motto pretty quickly. Will there be time for her to find love?
This is a great lesson to any teen: If you make the wrong choices, they will come back and haunt you. Just think of all the bad choices A has used against the liars.
We’re about halfway through the season and we’re really in the thick of it now.
This episode felt like we went back to high school. A.D. is certainly having fun with his/her dolls.
Nygma spent the entire episode trying to prove to himself that he doesn’t need Oswald to be the Riddler. He may have discovered who is but he still doesn’t really know what that means.
When Gotham returns tonight, a new villain will be born. We knew Nygma was the Riddler from the beginning, but he hasn’t introduced himself to the world, until now.
It all started with Jenna. I guess it’s only fair that it ends with her too. Since the beginning, she’s been in the middle of it all. The liars have been trying to figure out Jenna while also trying to figure out “A” and now A.D.
The Paley Center NY is working with the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment this year. All of the featured TV shows are filmed and produced in New York City in honor of MOME’s fiftieth anniversary.