Hellcats concludes it's first and only season with a trip to Nationals, a new baby, and some unexpected surprises. Interested in the outcome? Read our review now!
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Hellcats Review: "Land of 1,000 Dances"
This week on Hellcats, Lewis and Alice compete in a dance competition, Savannah's family falls to pieces, and Julian drops a bombshell on Marti. How did this play out? Find out in our review.
Hellcats Review: "Warped Sister"
Marti spends time with her half sister and hooks up with Julian again. Savannah loses her scholarship and her dad gets arrested. How did that play out? FInd out in our review.
Hellcats Review: "Before I Was Caught"
Marti makes her first court room appearance, defending Lewis and Savannah in a cheating scandal. Where will she end up? Possible in the arms of Julian? Find out in our review!
Hellcats Review: "Woke Up Dead"
Hellcats returned after a six week hiatus with the Hellcats helping Dan film his zombie short for admissions, Marti searches for answers about her father, and Alice goes undercover. What went down? Find out in our review!
Hellcats Review: Setting the Season Finale Stage...
Why did this episode of Hellcats leave our critic searching for answers? Read on. Find out.
Hellcats Review: Welcome Home, Dan Patch!
Hellcats viewers were treated to the return of Dan Patch this week. Although his appearance caused problems for Marti and Savannah.
Hellcats Review: "God Must Have My Fortune Laid Away"
Toga! Toga! Toga! The Hellcats threw a party this week, while Marti worked to resolve her legal dilemma.
Hellcats Review: Remember When...
Hellcats flashed back to the first meeting between members this week, while also kidnapping Marti and initiating her, of course. Read on for a review "Remember When."
Hellcats Review: "Worried Baby Blues"
Hellcats turned serious this week. That's hard to avoid when pregnancy is a major topic for at least one character.
Hellcats Review: "Papa, Oh Papa"
The return of Hellcats focused on the tension between Marti and Savannah. Did they work it out? Find out in our review of "Papa, Oh Papa."