So I had a real problem with Jane the Virgin and the show's own blindness about Michael's past actions. Which means that I'm not watching for now; I honestly would be able to tolerate a Jane x Michael pairing (not gonna lie and say I'd love it, but I'd manage) if they'd just have Michael own up to it. Especially when it comes to Michael and Rafael. Rafael has some really good reasons to distrust Michael, and MICHAEL IS THE ONE WHO STARTED THE BAD BLOOD BETWEEN THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE!
Oops. Guess I'm still not calm about it.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continues its uneven writing, but I'm currently fairly pleased with the villain currently inhabiting the body of Grant Ward. Mostly it's schadenfreude, I'll admit. And I'm okay with that! Lance Hunter annoys me SO MUCH, but actor Nick Blood is so gorgeous that it's... confusing at times. Heh. Mostly I'm here for the May and Daisy show, though. Oh, and Bobbi. I love Bobbi.
Relatedly, Agent Carter finished season two, and aie. That was not the season I'd hoped for. I've already complained about the show's treatment of Jason Wilkes, the show's one and only addition in the name of diversity. The writing for him didn't really improve overall. *sigh*
Need to catch up on Supergirl (only one episode behind, but it looks like it's a very good one). The show itself has generally trended better since the beginning of this first season. The fandom is terrible, alas, but I mostly stay in my little corner of the internet.
CBS is going to burn through the short fifth season of Person of Interest, starting in May and ending in June. Two episodes a week, apparently. Honestly, I'll be relieved to have it done. The actors and writers have mostly moved on, since filming ended in December, I believe. Sarah Shahi is going to be the lead in a contemporary update of Nancy Drew, which we all know I'll watch even if it's terrible. (Maybe not all of it, but I'll certainly give it a try.)
Book update in a few days? Maybe?
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