January 21, 2019

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 5 Episode 18 Review: All Roads Lead

Relationships have played a key ongoing role this season, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 5 Episode 18 continues the theme. Mother/daughter, husband/wife, would-be romance and even just straight-up friendship, all came into play. And boy, was it brutal for just about all of them. Ruby and Strucker played the star-crossed lovers, a Bonnie-and-Clyde duo who cared about no one but themselves and were unfortunately altogether too-well armed. The manner in which she accidentally handed him his fate, even as he assured her he wasn't going anywhere? One: EW. That was gross. Kudos to the effects department? Two: So long, Strucker Jr.! As far as character deaths go, I'd say that one was pretty memorable. (Did I mention "ew"?) The manner of his death just exuded all sorts of dramatic irony, too. After everything he experienced, all the obstacles he'd overcome (his father, S.H.I.E.L.D., Hydra), it was beauty killed the beast, and ultimately unintentionally! Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! For extra entertainment, the same could be said for Ruby, from a certain point of view, playing both roles herself: her actions (dis-arming Yo-Yo and infusing herself with gravitonium) heavily contributed to her death. Frankly, a whole essay and more could be written on just how messed up Ruby was, and how her mother's obsession and her own led to her ultimate downfall (and possibly that of the world). Meanwhile, Fitz and Simmons continued to impress me with their mind-boggling levels of self-absorption: Fitz: I can’t choose anything over you, not even-- Simmons: Yeah. I feel the same way. Permalink: Yeah. I feel the same way. Added: April 21, 2018 The planet, folks. The planet is on the line, and these two would rather sacrifice the whole planet rather than risk one of them dying. It's not like Ruby could carry out her threat to kill them, either. Well, she could, but how would that get her precious infuser fixed? Of course, given her level of mental (in)stability, I wouldn't put it past her. Nevertheless, the FitzSimmons relationship has perhaps become the single most important one in the show. They're determined to be together, regardless of the consequences to anyone. If the fallout from Ruby's infusion results in The End of the World, how will fans react, knowing that Fitz and Simmons would rather risk the entire Earth than risk each other? I, for one, would not be happy. These people are supposed to be the heroes, after all; right now, the two of them are just coming off as, I hate to say it, selfish. Related: Get Comic Con HQ via Prime Video Channels to Stream Original Series, Past Comic-Con Panels & More! Contrast this to Melinda May, who confessed her love for Coulson in the previous episode. When Coulson attempted to continue the conversation, she informed him that the mission came first. ..

Grey’s Anatomy Renewed for Season 15!!

It's time to lay some hearty congratulations at the feet of Grey's Anatomy. They can now lay claim to being ABC's longest running drama series!! Let the celebration begin, Grey's fans. I have no doubt all of you had a lot to do with this wonderful news. Until this renewal, Ozzy and Harriet was the longest-runninging series on ABC, but hardly the longest running series on television. While Grey's will now be tied with ER for the longest-running medical drama, Gunsmoke, Law & Order and its SVU spinoff, NCIS, CSI, and Bonanza have all run longer across the dial than Grey's over the years and networks. Still, that's little reason to quibble this amazing news for Grey's fans! The cast has changed vastly over the seasons, but there are still characters remaining from Grey's Anatomy Season 1, including the titular character Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), Alex Karev (Justin Chambers), Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson), and Richard Webber (James Pickens, Jr.). The renewal should really come as no surprise, as Pompeo last year signed a two-year deal that made her the highest paid actress on a drama series on TV. Pompeo has always been the deciding factor as far as series creator, Shonda Rhimes, is concerned. She was known to say the show would go on as long as Pompeo wanted to continue the role. Now a wife and mother, it seems a lovely way for a star to make a television star to make a living, but if Pompeo ever wants a challenge beyond that which Meredith finds inside the hallowed halls of the hospital she knows so well, that may be the end of Grey's as we know it. Still, receiving the official word is always a comfort. By the end of Grey's Anatomy Season 14, two characters will have left the series. both Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and April (Sarah Drew) will have been written out of the show. Fans have been trying to determine how that might happen, but it's anybody's guess what will happen until the time comes. "Grey's Anatomy' has a special place in my heart and millions of viewers feel the same way," ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey said. "Thanks to fiercely loyal fans who have been on this journey since the beginning, and new generations of viewers who continue to discover the joy and drama of Grey Sloan Memorial, the show is as strong as ever." View Slideshow: 23 TV Shows Where Women Rule It's your turn, Grey's Fanatics!! What do you think of the news? Was the news music to your ears or fully expected? What are your hopes for Grey's Anatomy Season 15? After you watch Grey's Anatomy online, be sure to hit the comments and share your feelings on the subject here!

Hawaii Five-0 Season 8 Episode 21 Review: Ahuwale ka nane huna (The Answer to the Riddle is Seen)

No Adam, no problem. The ongoing organized-crime storyline was but an afterthought on Hawaii Five-0 Season 8 Episode 21. And the episode was better off for it. Instead, we got a fun guest star and a cold case, which was a winning combination. Harry Langford was back, still trying to find himself in his retirement years after leaving Mi6. When Harry last visited Oahu on Hawaii Five-0 Season 8 Episode 3, he was making a living as a high-stakes gambler while hanging out with his girlfriend Veronique. This time out, he's providing security for British royals Lady Helena and her rebellious daughter, Lady Sophie. Related: CBS Renewals: Which Major Show is Missing? Actually, it takes Harry, McGarrett and Danny to attempt to keep track of Sophie, who was one entitled hellion. This was a great episode for Danny, as he provided comic relief whenever he was on screen. He seemed to have a perpetual smirk going as Sophie caused all kinds of turmoil. I know we only get Scott Caan in about two-thirds of the episodes, but as long as he makes it count as he did in this one, that's OK. It was funny how Danny, thanks to having his own teenage daughter, was most in tune with Sophie. He could put together an outfit for her. He knew enough to bring snacks on a shopping trip. He could track her down with social media. But it was a good thing that Lady Helena had a sense of humor when Danny asked about her place in line for the throne. As soon as Sophie made her entrance, it was clear she was going to be trouble for Harry and his friends from Five-0. Related: Hawaii Five-0 Season 8 Episode 20 Review: Kind Is The Bird of Kaiona Poor McGarrett and Danny, who thought they were just meeting up with Harry to go out to lunch. Sophie definitely had other ideas. I would have thought even lesser royals would have had it drilled into their heads about why security was important for them. But I guess teens will be teens, not wanting adults to cramp their style. It was great to watch Harry turned loose, tossing a bouncer in the pool here, deleting a paparazzi's photos there. it was like watching McGarrett with no regulations to have to follow. It's like two, two, two Steves in one episode. And didn't that cool accent give his threats that much more weight? There was two standout scenes in this case. One was Sophie's snarky friend Carlotta shooting down three law-enforcement personnel purely with attitude. Finally, they got her to understand that Sophie on her own, unprotected, was a bad thing. Related: Watch Hawaii Five-0 Online: Season 8 Episode 20 Then, there was the scene on the boat, when the villain asked Harry where his backup was, and his henchman went flying off the top deck. A quick burst of action and Sophie was rescued. Still, she kept calm and carried on, despite the close call. Frankly, I didn't pick up on all the subtle clues that Danny did to recognize that Harry was Sophie's..

Dynasty Season 1 Episode 19 Review: Use or Be Used

Is anyone capable of telling the truth around here? It actually seems like the only person that hasn't pretended to be something he's not is Blake Carrington. And on Dynasty Season 1 Episode 19, he's especially proud of being the ruthless and malicious tycoon. I'm not sure why Cristal keeps acting shocked whenever Blake shows his true colors. They always say, when someone shows you who they really are, believe them. Blake has been this person since day one so this situation of being the victim in the marriage is entirely of her own doing. She knew who she was getting married to! Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals & Live TV! When she found out Culhane's father was sick, she quickly linked his rare cancer to environmental factors caused by Carrington Atlantic in the 16th district. But how would she know any of that? Oh, because she covered it up for the company in 2013! Cristal puts on this innocent act, but she's not any better than they are. She would like to be, but she's been roped into the shadiness of Carrington Atlantic for far too long. Cristal isn't just the pretty housewife, she's also involved in the business which means she gets a front row seat to his deplorable actions. Mixing business with pleasure can get dirty. She naively believed Blake when he said they'd confess to everything on record -- why would Blake ever agree to that? Why would this business-oriented man ever put love and the truth ahead of his successful company? My other problem with her is that in addition to playing the victim, she's trying to one-up him at his own game. Yet, she completely underestimates how capable he is of silencing and blackmailing her. She really thought she could get a win over him and his henchman. Cristal: I'm not angry Blake. I'm scared. Scared of you. Blake: Well, you should be. Permalink: Well, you should be. Added: April 20, 2018 Much like Fallon, she married this man without really knowing him. Or maybe she knew who he was but thought that she could change him. Newsflash -- you can't change someone who doesn't see an issue with his actions. And why would he? He has a whole kingdom where he can rule and he's basically above the law. Related: Get Showtime via Prime Video Channels for Award-Winning Original Series, Hit Movies, Sports & More! There hasn't even been any love between them since they went on that half-assed honeymoon. Speaking of women who didn't know the man they married, Fallon finally found out the truth about Liam. And I'm kind of disappointed that he was a decent guy. Is that bad to say? Personally, I think anyone using a fake name on a nighttime soap opera should be covering up something juicy. When it was revealed that he was a journalist, I thought we'd go the route of "dude was looking to expose the Carrington&#0..

Once Upon a Time Season 7 Episode 18 Review: The Guardian

Well, Rumple is back up to his old tricks, and it's kind of fitting when you consider the fact there are just a handful of episodes left. Once Upon a Time Season 7 Episode 18 gave us some compelling stories, but there were also some downright silly choices from some of the characters. Rumple and Alice's scenes together were all great. Just when it seemed like Rumple was too far gone in his quest to be reunited with Belle, he proved that there were still some redeeming qualities about him. And it was about time. Yes, he put poor Alice in the terrible situation by trying to have her kill Facilier, but he came through in the end. Making Alice the Guardian was also a good choice, but it was a little predictable. I did like that Rumple heard Belle's voice when it seemed like Alice was going to absorb the dagger's power and become the new villain. The more telling part of it came when Rumple admitted that it was a burden being linked to the dagger and brought the whole charade to a conclusion before Tilly became the next Dark One. He clearly took what Belle said on board and realized that even if he isn't physically harming people, his actions still had consequences. Rumple: Can you hear me, Belle? It's me. I know it's only been a short time since I began my journey without you, but it feels like an eternity. I received a letter from Gideon. He's doing well in his studies. Our son misses you, Belle. Terribly. And so do I. Facilier: That's good, quite good. Let it all out. After all, there's no greater pain than being separated by true love. Permalink: That's good, quite good. Let it all out. After all, there's no greater pain than being... Added: April 20, 2018 He's also under the impression that Belle can only return at the hands of someone with the purest heart. That's not something you get for nothing on Once Upon a Time. Related: ABC Sets Finale Dates for Once Upon a Time, Grey's Anatomy & More! I felt terrible for Regina when she realized that Rumple had stolen the magic from her. I'm sure if she had some magic of her own she would have banished Rumple to somewhere the sun doesn't shine. Alas, there's a shortage of magic in Hyperion Heights, but all of that will probably change in the coming episodes. There isn't a shortage of love, however. Margot and Tilly are so damn cute together, and they both lit up the screen when they were together. Tilly is not confident in the slightest about herself, and that's partly why she keeps getting paranoid whenever anything goes wrong. She probably feels expendable to Margot, and that could not be further from the truth. There's an attraction between the two characters and that extended well into the other dimension. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! It would not surpris..

Jane the Virgin Season 4 Episode 17 Review: Chapter Eighty-One

Okay, I'm beginning to have a love/hate relationship with surprises. What. A. Finale! Who saw that coming? No? Me neither. Jane the Virgin Season 4 Episode 17 started off being all about romance and ended up driving over a cliff with that explosive ending. I literally had to pick my jaw up off the ground. Once it all finally sunk in, I had to ask myself: how didn't any of us see it coming? It's a classic telenovela twist, and the narrator spends most of his time warmly reminding us that even though it may not seem like it, this is 100% a telenovela. When Rafael was acting a bit weird, we all thought it had to do with whatever intel Rose had on his parents. I mean, finding out about your birth parents would make anyone's life unbalanced. Related: Jane the Virgin: Is the Third Time Really the Charm for Jane & Rafael? The good news is that Raf and Jane aren't long lost siblings as I theorized on Jane the Virgin Season 4 Episode 16. Hey, even Alba joked about it which means I'm qualified to be a telenovela TV show writer. Rogelio, are you hiring? Yeah, falling in love with your long lost half-brother would have rocked the Team Rafael ship a bit, but not as much as this bombshell did. Raf was very hesitant to tell Jane what he found out from Rose, and it let him down this destructive path, as usual. This time, though, Jane wasn't going to scamper off and let him mope. She was there for him. And he still didn't tell her. In hindsight, knowing what came to light in those last few seconds, Raf's actions make sense. Instead of talking, he chose to make love. And while that felt misguided at first, it might be the last time they ever had the chance before life as we know it completely changed. With this new development, he couldn't propose to Jane, and he couldn't move forward with their moving out plan; the future that seemed so sure just mere seconds earlier was now a big, fat question mark. And you know what, even Jane began dropping hints like when she questioned who else her future was if not Rafael. I'll tell you... Michael! Jane: It's fine, I don't like surprises, remember? This is good, I can get a manicure, be Instagram-ready. Xo: Wait, does that mean you're saying 'yes'? Jane: I love him so much. He is my future, who else could it be? Permalink: I love him so much. He is my future, who else could it be? Added: April 20, 2018 When we refer to Jane the Virgin after this, it will be After Michael's Death (AMD) and After Michael's Resurrection (AMR)! And up until this episode, we've been in AMD! But now, MICHAEL IS ALIVE, YOU GUYS! Or at least, we think that's Michael. It looks like Michael, but does it talk like Michael? Walk like Michael? I'm clearly having way too much fun with this. Since I've been hammering the point that this is a telenovela, I don't want any of you t..

Ash vs Evil Dead: Canceled at Starz!!

The fun is about to end with El Jefe. That's right, Starz announced today they will not be moving forward with a fourth season of one of the goriest and funniest series on television featuring Bruce Campbell as Ash "Ashy Slashy" Williams, a continuation to the successful Evil Dead movie franchise. Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 will conclude with the finale on April 29. From the moment Ash vs Evil Dead Season 1 began, Cambell and his costars Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, and Dana DeLorenzo have been kicking Evil's ass (and each other's) while they've been covered in gallons of goo and no doubt had the times of their lives. Related: Get Starz via Prime Video Channels for Captivating Original Series & Hit Movies! Campbell and his pal and director, Sam Raimi, had the idea to bring the franchise to television. It is one of the few horror franchises that made the move from film to television in which the material not only held its own but grew and became even more entertaining. The love for the franchise by Campbell, Raimi, Rob Tapert, and the stars and everyone involved was recognized in the production value of the series and the seriousness with which they took having so much fun. “Ash v Evil Dead has taken audiences on a wild ride for three seasons thanks to the fantastic performances and creative efforts of Sam, Bruce, Rob and the entire cast and crew. We are proud to send the show out with a bang…and a splat,” said Carmi Zlotnik, President of Programming for Starz. Related: Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 8 Review: Rifting Apart The third season found Ruby (Lawless) fully on the other side of the action as without much compassion for the group she sometimes counted as friends. Ash lost his dad (Lee Majors) once and for all, but not before they both got to meet Ash's long lost daughter, Brandy (Arielle Carver-O'Neill). As the season began, the team thought they had, once again, conquered evil only to discover it was coming back worse than ever. Pablo (Santiago) and Kelly (Maxwell) were back in a flash to help Ash and as we ride into the series finale, Kelly's soul hangs in the balance. Here's how Campbell chose to say goodbye to the franchise he loves. Ash Vs Evil Dead has been the ride of a lifetime. Ash Williams was the role of a lifetime. I will always be grateful to Starz, Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and our tireless fans for the opportunity to revisit the franchise that launched our careers. Thank you! 😎 pic.twitter.com/oNmTopS1Ab — Bruce Campbell (@GroovyBruce) April 20, 2018 Something tells me Campbell wouldn't let a season end without them all riding off to Ft. Lauderdale again for another big kegger, so be sure to keep watching. Be sure to watch Ash vs Evil Dead online for more crazy goodness and tune in Sunday for Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 9. There are only two to go ... Weep my friends, weep. View Slideshow: 11 Shows Guaranteed to Break Your Fu..

Grey’s Anatomy Brings Back Geena Davis!

Grey's Anatomy is bringing back a familiar face as Season 14 comes to a close. Per Deadline, Geena Davis will reprise her role of Dr. Nicole Herman on Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 23. The episode is titled "Cold As Ice" and will focus on one of the team members being seriously injured. This will make the characters reflect on their lives and what is really important to them. Nicole will be back at Grey Sloan to chat with Jessica Capshaw's Arizona about a life-changing opportunity. As previously reported, Capshaw and Sarah Drew are leaving the medical drama before the current season comes to a close. Related: Grey's Anatomy Stunner: Jessica Capshaw & Sarah Drew Fired! Could Nicole's return be linked to Capshaw's exit? The opportunity could be conveniently located in New York, and that could allow Arizona to take her daughter there, so she is close to Callie. On Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 20, Arizona questioned everything when she realized she was talking about her ex, Callie while she was under the influence of marijuana. With the description also saying about the doctors rallying to help a loved one, would it be fair to assume that the injured party is April? If so, it could foreshadow a death for the character, and that would probably be the worst way for April to go. Her crisis of faith has been one of the best storylines on Grey's Anatomy Season 14, so it's difficult knowing she will be gone in a few weeks. If you watch Grey's Anatomy online, you will likely remember Nicole as the head of fetal surgery at the hospital. Davis bowed out as the character in March 2015 after her character went blind following surgery to remove a brain tumor. Related: Grey's Anatomy: Ellen Pompeo Says Goodbye to Jessica Capshaw & Sarah Drew Okay, Grey's Anatomy Fanatics! What do you think of this news? Hit the comments below! Grey's Anatomy continues Thursdays on ABC! View Slideshow: Grey's Anatomy Photos From "Judgment Day"

TV Ratings Report: Scandal Series Finale Builds to Season Highs

ABC closed the book on Scandal (5.4 million/1.3 rating) last night, and the series went out with season highs. Station 19 (5.5 million/1.1 rating) was also up, while Grey's Anatomy (6.9 million/1.6 rating) was down. Fox: Gotham (2.2 million/0.6 rating) hit a new low in total viewers, while Showtime at the Apollo (2.5 million/0.6 rating) inched down. CBS: The Big Bang Theory (12.6 million/2.4 rating), Young Sheldon (11.4 million/1.9 rating), Mom (8.8 million/1.4 rating) and SWAT (5.4 million/0.9 rating) were steady, but Life in Pieces (6.3 million/1.0 rating) inched down. The CW: Supernatural (1.8 million/0.6 rating) was up a tenth while Arrow (1.3 million/0.4 rating) was steady. NBC: Superstore (2.9 million/0.9 rating), AP Bio (1.9 million/0.6 rating), Champions (1.7 million/0.4 rating), and Chicago Fire (5.2 million/1.0 rating) were stable.

The Resident Promo: Nic Won’t Go Down Without a Fight!

There's a new 'ship on The Resident Season 1 Episode 11, and they're the epitome of a power couple. So, what are we calling this diabolical, devious duo? BellHunt? HunterBell? Bellane? Whatever it is, they're here to do some serious damage. HunterBell, killer of patients and destroyer of jobs have Nic in their sights. Just as we expected, Lane is pinning Lily's death on Nic, and the hospital will comply. In Bell's defense, he probably doesn't know anything about Lane tampering with the potassium. It's hard to say how he would have reacted if he did though. Related: The Resident Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Haunted Lily's family is filing a lawsuit against Chastain, and Nic has been named in it. But let's pause for a cause and digest this tiny bit of "WTF?" information. Lily had a freaking family? Where the hell were they while she was sick and going through chemo? Why are they finally making their presence known after she died? It's crazy to think that someone other than Nic, Conrad, and Devon could have been advocating for this young woman well before she became a fly caught in Lane's web. If she had family around when she needed them most, maybe this situation would have ended this way. Related: The Resident Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Lost Love I don't like them already, and that's aside from the fact that our favorite nurse practitioner is about to get screwed over. The hospital didn't want to fork over anything when they accidentally removed the wrong testicle of a patient. They sure as heck don't want to deal with a wrongful death suit. Given HODAD'S track record, it's a wonder this hasn't come up often. It's true that the third leading cause of death in the US is medical error. Bell is the reason for that statistic. Related: Watch Real Lives, Real Stories, & Real Celebrities on Reelz Channel via Prime Video Channels! Little does Lily's family know, this was deliberate. Nic knows she's the fall guy in this scenario, but she's putting up a fight. "I am done coloring inside the lines of a system rigged against me" Yassss Nic!! She will enlist the help of Conrad to find proof to save her job and reputation and hopefully bring Lily some justice. It appears as though Conrad may attempt to appeal to Claire. Based on all that coup talk between lane and Bell, Claire may be a long shot. Related: The Resident Photo Preview: Ghost from the Past It's game on! If you want to see how Nic got to this point, you can watch The Resident online here via TV Fanatic! Check out the promo below!
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