January 21, 2019

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Watch Killing Eve Online: Season 1 Episode 4

On Killing Eve Season 1 Episode 4 the women are closer than ever, and this time Eve gets gifts from Villanelle. One of them contains a massive clue to the young woman's identity. Eve may not know it, but she thinks in much the same way as the woman she once admired. Watch Killing Eve Season 1 Episode 4 Online Their similarities become more apparent the more we learn about each woman. The more the tables are turned, their behaviors are more in tune. While Eve is mourning her friend and colleague, Bill, she's also discovering her taste for blood. She wants to kill Villanelle with her bare hands. Who will be the hunted and huntee by the time this is all over? View Slideshow: Elementary: 11 Reasons Why It Still Works If you haven't watched any of this magnificent series yet, the time to start is now. We make it easy for you. Go ahead and click above and jump on board the Killing Eve bandwagon. All you need to do is watch Killing Eve online to get started!

Watch Homeland Online: Season 7 Episode 12

Did Carrie and Saul manage to get the result they needed? That was revealed on Homeland Season 7 Episode 12 when the pair put a brand new plan in play after learning surprising details about the attackers. Watch Homeland Season 7 Episode 12 Online Meanwhile, President Elizabeth Keane had to fight tooth and nail to stay in the White House. Did she manage to sway the opinion her way before it was too late for her administration? Use the video above to watch Homeland online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Tired Tropes TV Can Turn On Their Heads Get caught up with all the latest twists and turns right now.

Watch Ash vs Evil Dead Online: Season 3 Episode 10

Did Ash and his talented team manage to save the world? That was the plan on Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 10, which was also the series finale of the Starz drama. Watch Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 10 Online With a global demon infestation becoming a thing, the team had to find a way to win a war that they had no idea how to win. Meanwhile, another villain emerged in Elk Grove, but who was it? Use the video above to watch Ash vs Evil Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Ash vs Evil Dead Photos: Who's Joining Season 3? Get caught up with all the latest twists and turns as the battle against evil reaches a surprising conclusion.

Watch Fear the Walking Dead Online: Season 4 Episode 3

Who did not make it out of the explosion at the dam alive? That was finally revealed on Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 3 when it was revealed that a beloved character succumbed to their injuries. Watch Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 3 Online Meanwhile, Madison and Morgan urged Nick to find peace after everything that happened to him, but was it too late for it? Also, a quest for revenge made the team think there was something amiss with one of their own. Use the video above to watch Fear the Walking Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: DRAFT 11 Most Unstable Characters of All Time Get up to speed with all the latest developments right now.

Watch The Simpsons Online: Season 29 Episode 18

Did Grampa make the biggest mistake of his life? That was the big question on The Simpsons Season 29 Episode 18 when Homer's father revealed a shocking fact to him while on his deathbed. Watch The Simpsons Season 29 Episode 18 Online However, things took a crazy turn when Grampa made a miraculous recovery and the father and son were forced to confront the elephant in the room. Meanwhile, the family reacted with great shock that Grampa made a big recovery. Use the video above to watch The Simpsons online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Reasons to Get Excited for the Super Bowl to End Get caught up with all the latest developments right now.

Madam Secretary Season 4 Episode 19 Review: Thin Ice

So much for the Boroumands being the McCord's new Cranium partners. Piper and Jason provided some much needed comic relief on Madam Secretary Season 4 Episode 19. Is it wrong to laugh at Jason's pain? Or to say that he's at his most tolerable when his miserable? I absolutely loved that the outcome of the oh-so-hyped explosion was that Piper and Jason were planning to have sex. And that they made such a production of it. Although I was a little surprised that Jason didn't have his own DS agent during the trip. Haven't past experiences proven that trouble follows the McCord offspring whenever they travel abroad with their mother? Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies & TV Shows with Amazon Prime Videos! I actually felt bad for the kids. I mean, yeah, they totally deserved to be punished, but having a parent walk in on your first time would be bad enough. A staff member and two armed guards to boot? No wonder Piper broke up with Jace. As ridiculous as the aborted sex scene was, the scene between Stevie and Jason at the end made up for all boring (albeit important) parenting scenes we had to endure. It was low key return for Wallis Currie Wood, but a touching one. Stevie's still obviously heart broken over Dmitri, and I loved seeing the softer side of the siblings. Jason: How do I make the pain go away? Stevie: You kinda don't. You just gotta wallow in it for as long as it takes. Jason: Well, this sucks. Permalink: Well, this sucks. Added: April 30, 2018 You know what I could have done without though? Henry and his student. First, I hate when a new, one-off character is supposed to be a heretofore unknown family member of an established character. Ellen's been around forever, they couldn't have mentioned she had a kid before now? Excepting one line from Elizabeth to the NSA, there was no need for Andrew to be another cabinet child. I mean, I still wouldn't have liked the story, but it would have been less annoying if his last name had been Smith or Jones. Sometimes these kids that we love make decisions that we don't. Elizabeth Permalink: Sometimes these kids that we love make decisions that we don't. Added: April 30, 2018 The whole thing was just so random. I guess it was a good example of Henry the head of the ethics department, but who cares? We all know what an ethical guy he is, there's no need to beat a dead horse. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe Andrew's conscientious objector status is setting up some far off story arc. Maybe helping this kid will come back to bite Henry in the ass somehow. Maybe he's Stevie's next love interest. It just doesn't seem very likely that's the case. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals, & Live TV! In addition to modern teenage romantic practices and a random story about conscientious objectors, we learned a whole lot ..

The Last Man on Earth Season 4 Episode 17 Review: Barbara Ann

The Last Man on Earth's penultimate episode of season 4 is disappointing when compared to other recent episodes, but it serves an important purpose. On The Last Man on Earth Season 4 Episode 17, Todd finds something hidden deep within the walls of their home that frightens him and the women. Meanwhile, Tandy and Mike take their road trip to find Mike's heat signature, but Mike is heartbroken when they do not find any people waiting for them at their destination. In the end, though, the audience discovers there are many mysterious people in an underground bunker. I enjoyed watching Todd, Melissa, Gail, and Erica sweep the house to find explosives, but I expected more. Watching Todd struggle to come up with an excuse as to why the room smelled was a delight, but it was one of the few moments that had me laughing out loud. Erica: What's that smell? Todd: What smell? Erica: The overwhelming one currently in the room. Todd: Oh that...that smell. You know, look Erica I'm not going to lie to you. I farted. This is one of those weird cases where you smelt it but I'm the one who dealt it. You know, it's a real axiom buster. Permalink: Oh that...that smell. You know, look Erica I'm not going to lie to you. I farted. This is one... Added: April 29, 2018 Because that was the beginning, I was anticipating an hilarious episode. Unfortunately, it did not deliver. I laughed loudly at two other moments. The first laugh happened when Carol said she had a fear of being scared. The second came when Gail was able to tell Melissa exactly what kind of cocaine was in the house by tasting it. That was it. Usually, I am laughing a lot more during this show. Rather than giggling for 22 minutes, I mostly felt sad. I was devastated when Mike did not find the answers he was looking for from his heat signature. No one's waiting for me. Mike Permalink: No one's waiting for me. Added: April 29, 2018 I was even more upset, though, that Mike and Tandy's road trip was not as fun as it could have been. The two wacky brothers I love so much barely made me smile the entire time. The intended comedic relief moment, when they are searching for a goat with a penis, went on for far too long. I was annoyed and rolling my eyes with all of the immature penis jokes. Okay. Let's just find a boy and a girl, and then we got ourselves a goat starter kit and we can go. Alright? Mike Permalink: Okay. Let's just find a boy and a girl, and then we got ourselves a goat starter kit and we... Added: April 29, 2018 This show can often get away with immature jokes because they do them in intelligent ways. Todd's discussion about farts serves as the perfect example as does Tandy's joke about making "Rolos" for Mike. Related: Explore Hundreds of Hours of Curated Historical Videos with History Vault via Amazon Channels! The goat chasing began with some funny jokes. After a few minu..

Family Guy Season 16 Episode 17 Review: Switch the Flip

Are we too dependent on technology? After Brian becomes addicted to "Brandi" (aka "Alexa") on Family Guy Season 16 Episode 17 pushing him further into loserhood, Stewie thinks he can change Brian's life by swapping bodies with him. Stewie always has Brian's best interests at heart, but sometimes he's way too smart for his own good. Brian hit it on the nose when he warned Stewie that his machines always seem to fail at the worst time, but it didn't stop the two from swapping bodies so that Stewie could turn Brian's life around. Or at least try. Once a loser, always a loser. Related: Get Cinemax via Prime Video Channels for Hit Movies & Series that Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat! Stewie couldn't do anything to help Brian out, and his little venture into Freaky Friday territory ended up causing havoc throughout Quahog. Brian was the first one to complain about our dependence on technology, but it didn't take him long to become addicted to Family Guy's version of Alexa. I think the whole idea of Alexa is creepy. For some people, it's essentially taken the place of another person. Why bother interacting with people when you can interact with a machine? It's just one more step towards complete isolation. Brian: There was a time, not to long ago, when people would talk with each other. Peter: Yeah, the bad time. The sucky ages. Brian: Our society is doomed. People and technology are a bad match. Just like moms and Radiohead. Permalink: Our society is doomed. People and technology are a bad match. Just like moms and Radiohead. Added: April 29, 2018 Our society is in a sad state. Stores are closing left and right because of technology and mega stores like Amazon which has become a one-stop shop for everything. Is there anything you can't get on Amazon? Related: Family Guy Season 16 Episode 6 Review: The D in Apartment 23 Now, Amazon's solved another problem. Feeling lonely and lazy? Just get yourself an Alexa app, and you'll have a forever friend. Stewie realized that his friend needed to change his life. I'm surprised Stewie didn't think of creating a body swapping machine sooner. Brian was excited at the thought that Stewie would turn his loser life around, but not even Stewie could work miracles. It didn't take Stewie long to realize that being Brian wasn't easy and that no matter how he tried, there wasn't any hope for Brian having a successful life. Related: Family Guy Season 16 Episode 10 Review: Boy (Dog) Meets Girl (Dog) But if Stewie thought it was going to be easy just to switch back bodies, he had another thing coming. Leave it to Peter to screw things up. Being in Brian's body was bad, but having to be Peter was even worse -- especially because it was the weekend Peter and Lois were going to a sex seminar. I loved how cool Chris was with the whole body swapping thing, but where was Meg? I know I've..

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 20 Review: Reentry

Well, that was maybe 10 minutes worth of entertainment. We got a ho-hum case of the week paired with some much-needed follow-up on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 20. The main storyline was the case of the week, such as it was. The good news was that Mosley didn't mess with the teams this week. So that meant Callen and Sam, aided by Nell (a pregnant Renee Felice Smith, which explains the layered look), searching for a missing classified doohickey, while Deeks and Kensi, helped by a hyper-caffeinated Eric, sought the inside man at the rocket manufacturer. Related: NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 19 Review: Outside the Lines The Densi and Eric pairing was the more fun of the two. I loved seeing Eric act like a little kid up until the time his space-geek self finally understood that he wasn't getting anywhere near Proxima's headquarters. Fortunately, Eric was able to root out the true culprit based on his coding style. Seriously? Try to get that theory to stand up in a court of law. Fortunately, Donald folded up like a cheap suit, so they didn't have to put that to the test. I'm surprised that Donald lasted as long as did he before he got exposed, as nervous as he was. What an ingenious plan Deeks had so that he and Kensi could back up Donald! Kensi as a bartender is old hat, But Deeks as a golfer was something different. I figured he just did water sports. And wasn't fencing with golf clubs pretty much inevitable, leading to Deeks' bad pun? I guess that's par for the course. Related: Watch NCIS: Los Angeles Online: Season 9 Episode 19 Meanwhile, out in the Angeles Forest, Callen and Sam had their own problems. No one was concerned when a three-man search party goes missing? Good thing Sam and Callen are used to, well, stretching their orders. That was the only way it became apparent that the search effort had been infiltrated. I was glad to find out that the campers in the first scene hadn't gotten blown up, although the guy might have been happier if that had happened. I'm sure the campers, Vanessa and Dave, just thought they were being helpful when they broadcast the location of the rocket's payload. Too bad they both couldn't do the smart thing and bug out, as Callen had suggested. But there wouldn't have been the drama and brief firefight if they had done that. Callen and Sam rightly recognized there was more to the mission than retrieval of the payload. The would-be thieves had too-good intel, so there had to be someone on the inside who was involved as well. Who out there picked out the super-helpful Gates as the traitorous inside woman at the search site? It's always the one everyone least suspects. It certainly wasn't the officious mission director, worrying his next promotion had just blown up with the rocket. Related: CBS Renewals: Which Major Show is Missing? So Gates was running interference, slowly down the sea..

Trust Season 1 Episode 6 Review: John, Chapter 11

Little Paul is, for all intents and purposes, dead. Or at least his family believes he is throughout the majority of Trust Season 1 Episode 6. "John, Chapter 11" didn't do much plot-forwarding, but it did allow for some excellent performances. We're just past the midpoint mark of the season, so it's not too surprising that the show has slowed down (momentarily) to take a look inward. And it was certainly worthwhile! Picking up shortly after where Trust Season 1 Episode 5 left off, the discovery of a burned body led the public and the Getty family to believe that Paul was dead for the majority of the installment. In reality – as anyone who is remotely familiar with the real-life Getty family's history is well aware – that body was not Paul at all. It was Angelo. Related: Get True Crime Files by ID via Prime Video Channels for Over 1,000 Real-life Mystery & Suspense Shows! (RIP, Angelo. I'll miss seeing your beautiful face on my TV screen.) Interestingly, the writers allowed the audience to go along with Gail and Getty and John Paul Jr. and everyone else in believing that the body may have been Paul. We didn't get a glimpse of him until fairly well on. This allowed for viewers to grieve right along with them. Jr., predictably, retreated into drug abuse. He's not exactly the most interesting or complex of the characters, but Michael Esper has done solid work with what he's been given. "John, Chapter 11" contained his most impressive performance to date. We also got a further glimpse of his damaged backstory. Jr. was traumatized by his former wife Talitha's death due to a drug overdose. When thinking Paul is also dead, he bemoaned the fact that he'd lost them both – his late wife and his son. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! It's an ... interesting choice, given that we've already seen how little Jr. cared about his son. First, on Trust Season 1 Episode 1, we saw him rat out Paul's drug use to Getty, prompted by jealousy. Then, he immediately believed Paul was faking his kidnapping – which turned out to be true (at first), obviously, but still. But the best performance of the hour, by a landslide, belonged to Hilary Swank as Gail, Paul's heartbroken and determined mom. As the writers have represented the events, Gail was crushed when she thought Paul was dead, to the point where she wasn't willing to accept it was true. Her hunch turned out to be correct, as we saw during that brutal scene where she returned to the morgue to view the burned body once again. One of the greatest moments was Gail's quiet musing on the nature of being a parent and having favorites when she confessed to Chace that Paul had been her favorite child of the four she had with Jr. Never have favorites. That's the number one rule of parenting. But he was our first. A..
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