Here at Screen Speck, we salute the most egregiously non-nominated of all the many 2022 Emmy snubs – the cast & crew whose non-recognition simply boggles the mind.
“Saul Gone” is one of the best series finales of all time. But that doesn’t mean the final “Better Call Saul” power rankings came easily.
“Waterworks” might be Better Call Saul’s most devastating episode: nobody wins, (almost) everybody cries, and the stage is set for a coma-inducing finale. So it’s a good thing we don’t have any tears left.
For All Mankind’s remarkable third season reveals it to be one of the most well-crafted and loving shows on television – as well as one of the most ruthless.
Better Call Saul’s third-to-last episode ever sees a major shake-up in the Power Rankings. If first place shocks you, you won’t *believe* who comes in dead last…
No show in the history of television has done more with or for the montage than Better Call Saul. So ranking the show’s very best montages will doubtless inspire universal agreement.
“Nippy” was Better Call Saul by way of Fargo, an unexpected throwback to Jimmy McGill’s glory days with an amazing heist setpiece at its center. But all is not well in Omaha.
There were no real winners in Better Call Saul’s “Fun and Games.” Instead, we got a trail of disaster and heartbreak leading straight into a sadly familiar future.
When The X-Files was doing well, it was doing *really* well – and when it wasn’t, it flirted with disaster. Screen Speck’s resident X-Perts had a conspiratorially good time coming up with our definitive ranking of the show’s highlights and lowlights.
The destructive aftermath of Howard’s death means a huge shakeup in Better Call Saul’s weekly power rankings. Plus, Lyle!