January 21, 2019

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Watch Reverie Online: Season 1 Episode 1

Is Reverie the key to helping people with less than stellar lives have a little bit of fun? That appeared to be the case on Reverie Season 1 Episode 1 when Mara Kint (Sarah Shahi) was hired by a tech company to save people who were lost in the world of Reverie. Watch Reverie Season 1 Episode 1 Online However, she quickly learned that not everyone wanted to make it out of the place alive, and had to make a big decision. Did she herself want to stay in the virtual reality world? Use the video above to watch Reverie online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 45 New and Returning Shows You Want to Watch This Summer Get caught up right now!

Watch The Originals Online: Season 5 Episode 6

Did the mission to save Hayley prove to be a success? That was revealed on The Originals Season 5 Episode 6 when Klaus joined forces with Caroline Forbes when new intel helped put everyone else on a path to finding out more. Watch The Originals Season 5 Episode 6 Online Meanwhile, Elijah found himself coming face-to-face with Greta when it emerged that she had a vendetta against his family. However, Elijah was also forced to make a decision about who he really trusted. Use the video above to watch The Originals online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 TV Characters That Would Help Bury a Body Get caught up with all the latest developments right now.

Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Online: Holidazed and Confused

Did Carole and Bethenny manage to put the past behind them? That was revealed on The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 9 when the drama at the murder mystery dinner party continued to intensify. Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, Ramona decided it was time to put a cast member in their place, and an epic argument ensued, but who felt her wrath? Also, Luann got arrested over the holidays when she decided to drink drive. Use the video above to watch The Real Housewives of New York online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 25 Shows to Binge If You Love New York Get caught up on all the fun right now.

Code Black Season 3 Episode 5 Review: Cabin Pressure

It's always important to look for the silver lining. I'm sure Jesse or Guthrie would put it more eloquently, but that doesn't make it any less true. After the devastating news about cancellation, we loyal viewers were rewarded with a double serving of medical drama goodness. The only downside to getting Code Black Season 3 Episode 5 and Code Black Season 3 Episode 6 at once? We're that much closer to the end. As we march ever closer to the finale, I find myself more and more pissed that it took so long to introduce Ariel and make her a regular. This girl is sassy and sensitive and smart, not to mention that Leanne as instant (single) mom to a teenage girl is much, much more interesting than OG Tragic Leanne. I can't help but wonder: If the writers and producers had stumbled upon this missing ingredient sooner, would they be facing cancelation now? Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies & TV Shows with Amazon Prime Video! What I really loved about Ariel's arc over these two episodes was that although Max was mentioned, it was really all about her personal growth and her maturity. Just us experiencing her as a whole, three dimensional person. She's not just some prop for Leanne's recovery. She's not a convenient layman for the docs to explain medicine to so that the audience also understands. She has her own motivations and her own perspective. Maybe if she'd been introduced earlier, a broader audience could have been found. Mario: Do you know what a defibrillator is? Ariel: Yes. I'm fourteen, I'm not an idiot. Permalink: Yes. I'm fourteen, I'm not an idiot. Added: May 31, 2018 As much as I love Ariel's consistent presence, it does highlight one pet peeve of mine. Why are so many of the doctors randomly not included in any given episode? I know I gripe about realism with some frequency, and yes, not all doctors are on the same shifts all the time. But it's really disconcerting that certain characters are gone more than they're there in what is supposedly an ensemble show. Especially when they have a season long arc like Elliot's. Leanne: Dr. Dixon, a word. I no longer know if I can trust you with patients. Elliot: Good, because I don't know if I can trust me either. Permalink: Good, because I don't know if I can trust me either. Added: May 31, 2018 I want to be more invested in Elliot's lawsuit. I love Noah Gray-Cabey, and he really deserves more screen time. But not only is this story taking forever to develop, but it's so inconsistently brought up that I just don't care all that much. How were Elliot's reactions during "Hell's Heart" any different than those during Code Black Season 3 Episode 4? He's not even spiraling out of control, he's just stuck in neutral. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals, & Liv..

The Americans Season 6 Episode 10 Review: Start

Most of what needed to be said during The Americans Season 6 Episode 10 was said without words. There were the perfect musical choices that are always present during any well-directed scene on The Americans, and there was heartfelt dialogue, much of which was captured in quotes, but it was the myriad pained expressions playing across the faces of the extraordinary cast that did the most talking. Twitching eyes, quivering chins, eyes welling with tears and furrowed brows were on high alert as the characters we've come to know so well were trying to say nothing at all, but their bodies betrayed them at every turn. Over six seasons we've wondered how it would play out for the Jennings and their American life. Russians at their core, they raised their children in a culture so foreign to their beliefs that they ultimately lost them to it. Related: The Americans Season 6 Episode 9 Review: Jennings, Elizabeth Elizabeth might spend the rest of her days wondering why she needed a third party to tell her she was being used by those she once trusted. How she allowed herself to lose touch with her homeland and what the people wanted so she was risking her life and her country's future for a minority hoping to keep Russia from moving forward. If they had both decided to get out of the spy business, they could have made a decision together, as a family, about what their future might look like. Instead, they were forced into running to survive and leaving their beloved son, Henry, behind. Philip: Henry should stay. He's been doing so well there. His future is here. Elizabeth: Leave him? Is that what you mean? Philip: It's the best thing for him. Elizabeth: To be alone? Away for us? That would not be the best thing for him. Philip: He belongs here. Elizabeth: He belongs with us! Philip: We're doing it for him. Elizabeth: Philip. They would tear him to pieces. Philip: He doesn't know anything. This is where he grew up. It's awful but... Elizabeth: [chokes back a sob] Permalink: Added: May 30, 2018 Keri Russell's performance left no doubt that Elizabeth loved her son. It was easy for her to leave his care in the hands of Philip when she was busy spying and bringing Paige into the family business, but when faced with the possibility she may never see him again, her instincts were genuine, and she was cut deep. Paige didn't make their decision any easier, and it was crystal clear she had not been trained well on what it meant to be a KGB spy when she balked at returning to Russia to avoid capture. There was so much about what was happening that eluded her. Related: The Americans Season 6 Episode 8 Review: The Summit But nothing compared to the showdown between Stan and the Jennings. From the way Philip tried to nonchalantly brush off Stan happening upon them in the garage of Paige's dorm to them driving away, the tension in that garage was electric from the emotional turmoil the two m..

Colony Season 3 Episode 5 Review: End of the Road

I'm still reeling from Colony Season 3 Episode 5 and can't believe one of the Bowman children died. Although looking back, the way they designed the end, I should've had a clue. On Colony Season 3 Episode 4, we were left with Broussard and Amy arriving at an abandoned camp. We didn't know where anyone was or how much time had passed. We still don't know exactly how much time passed, but now we know what happened. The Occupation happened, with the assistance of Snyder, that sly dog. Snyder is always working an angle, and this storyline for him was no different. Even when he was giving Victor the password for the transmission, Snyder told him straight up he wasn't a good man. I don't care what choices you make. Resist, collaborate, fight or hide. But before you lecture me on the importance of human life, ask yourself why you're going to make the choice to kill millions of people. Nothing will change. Nobody will be inspired, they'll just be dead! Snyder Permalink: I don't care what choices you make. Resist, collaborate, fight or hide. But before you... Added: May 30, 2018 Snyder may say he's not a good man, and while that might be true in the traditional sense, he does what he thinks will cause the least amount of damage (to others and himself). That's part of why I like him so much. Snyder was telling the truth about what happened in Dallas -- the ground turning to glass and killing millions. The same thing would happen if Victor didn't step up! If you didn't believe Snyder because sometimes you can't, Victor confirmed Snyder's tale by asking the source himself -- the RAP. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! The red orb glowed inside the RAP, and you could tell on Victor's face he saw exactly what happened in Dallas. Millions of lives were in his hands, and he had to trust Snyder at his word. We learned an interesting piece of information on this episode; the red glow is a soul or a consciousness. Interesting! MacGregor: What did you do? Victor: I remembered who I was. Permalink: I remembered who I was. Added: May 30, 2018 Anyway, Snyder twisted an important piece of information talking to Victor. The little "keep it under six seconds" bit was a lie. Snyder knew as soon as Victor spoke the word Roanoke into the frequency, the Occupation was coming down hard on the camp. View Slideshow: 13 Dynamic TV Power Couples I couldn't have been the only one who found it hilarious when Snyder was stuffing pencil erasers in his ears. Right? Admit it. The guy is funny. I was surprised the troops came in shooting, but I guess I shouldn't have been. The camp was full of Resistance members, so they're enemies. Still, there are children there. The Occupation is filled with human beings, no? How can they stomach shooting children? There&#..

SIX Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Ghosts

Gina Cline is on a quest on SIX Season 2 Episode 2, but it has nothing to do with finding Rip's killer. It just happens to be a coincidence that The Prince is the guy everyone is ultimately trying to find. But is that even a true statement? Michael Nasry is the mastermind behind Rip's murder. He acted alone, and using Marissa to go after the SEALs is his own doing. That's the reason why he was getting beat up by Dragan on SIX Season 2 Episode 1. If you remember, Dragan wanted to know how he was able to commit murder without pulling the trigger himself, and Michael kept his mouth shut. At least that's how it's starting to unravel in my head. None of the guys or their families are safe -- not as long as Marissa's around. She still intends to do Michael's bidding, and Gina is not asking Michael the right questions. Related: SIX Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Critical Her only focus is avenging Vince's death. She could give a rat's ass about Rip or the rest of the SEALs or their families. Michael is one smart dude. He completely understands what Gina's motives are in her search for The Prince, and he's playing her to the hilt. I bet he's feigning all the distress from the CIA's torture methods. Maybe not all of it, but at least some of it. What that means, I'm not exactly sure, but Nasry is more dangerous than Gina ever thought possible. I wonder what her reaction will be when Marissa starts going after the rest of the team? There's no way she's going to change her focus -- not when she has an asset she believes is going to give her what she wants. Maybe after she finds The Prince, she'll think about the others, but until then, it's not happening. Buddha got a strong whiff of Gina and her one-track mind when he worked with her in Bosnia in 2004. Related: Six Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Collateral He saw first-hand how she operated, and he wasn't too impressed. He knows she's bad news. But Olivia Munn isn't on this show for nothing, so she's somehow going to end up using Bear and the team to do her bidding, and it's not going to be pretty. I can already see Bear and Buddha butting heads on this. The issues between them are starting to get intense. It's understandable that Buddha was upset when Rip recommended Bear to lead the team instead of him, but Rip had a point. Buddha has a family, and he cares about them. If I remember correctly, Buddha was going to walk away from the SEALs (he even had a civilian job lined up) at the beginning of SIX Season 1, but then Rip got in trouble in Africa, and Buddha went in for another run. Even though he stayed with the SEALs, he made a choice. His family is number one, and Rip realized that. It's not that Bear doesn't care or love Lena, but if he had to choose, he'd choose the SEALs. And maybe it was the death of his daughter that turne..

Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 2 Review: Of Their Sojourn Here

It's time for some big changes on Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 2, but none of them are going to be easy. I wasn't really surprised when Nova wanted to take the time to consider the book deal she was being offered. If she didn't jump at the offer to do further television appearances with Robert, then it's obvious that fame isn't high on Nova's list of priorities. She's more interested in the type of change she can attain with her platform, and suddenly her newspaper articles were being gutted and her influence limited. Steve: Nova, look, you're being labeled a black identity extremist. Nova: That's a bullshit formulation made up by this administration to criminalize activists. Steve: The truth is ads have taken a hit since your last article went viral. The critics loved it but we're seeing the effect on the paper's bottom line. Permalink: The truth is ads have taken a hit since your last article went viral. The critics loved it... Added: May 30, 2018 Let's face it, the bottom line is what drives a business and a newspaper is a business. Nova could have taken a back seat and waited for things to calm down before diving in again, but she might have ended up in the same place she was now...sidelined. Taking the book deal was the inevitable move. Yes, there is risk. There's always the possibility that the book may not be well received, but there's always the possibility that Nova could have taken the safe route and stuck with the newspaper, only to lose her job in the end. RELATED: 45 New and Returning Shows You Want to Watch This Summer Nova Bordelon doesn't make decisions from a place of fear, and this appears to be her time to shine. Hopefully, it's not just hers, but Violet's too. As the family walked together through that grocery store, I knew that something was about to go wrong, and Vi's Queen Sugar quote was painful in its honesty... I know it's a little thing, but it's my little thing. Almost 60 years old and I will not be sidelined, sidetracked or side stepped, or put in a damned corner and told to wait my turn. Not another day. It's my time. It's my time. Violet Permalink: I know it's a little thing, but it's my little thing. Almost 60 years old and I will not be... Added: May 30, 2018 Vi went through so much to make those darn pies, from losing her job at the High Yellow to having to give the ladies of St. Agnes 10% of her profits, that when she saw all of her hard work stacked over to the side, it crushed her. I loved the way the family took action and began moving her product center stage. It's what was promised, and they made it happen. Now I hope Vi lets Hollywood buy her a new double oven so she can bake her own pies. Elsewhere Charley played one tricky game of chess with the Landrys, Boudreauxs, and the entire community who apparently still believes she owns the Que..

Reverie Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Going Down the Rabbit Hole

Let's call this Touched by a VR Angel. A former police negotiator chooses to bring people back to reality on Reverie Season 1 Episode 1. And maybe, just maybe, she can heal herself as well. This new drama offers the none-too-subtle message of "Get off your phones and take in the world around you." Wait a sec. I got a text. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Reality: let's embrace it. Related: Reverie's Sendhil Ramamurthy Q & A I suppose, if you're going to have somebody yank you out of paradise, granted for your own good, why not have it be Sarah Shahi? It's good to have Shahi back in a starring role on TV. It's been far too long since Person of Interest left the air. (I know. Only two years. It just seems longer.) She returns on another series that's dealing with cutting-edge technology. Shaw's tactics aren't going to work here, however. You can't just knock out a reluctant Reverie client and drag him out. I Instead, you need someone who can coax clients out. That's why Mara Kint was recruited. I'm liking Mara. She brings a lot to the table. But she's got issues as well. She was a talent police negotiator, except when she needed most. Her failure to rescue her sister and niece from the kind of situation she handled regularly quite naturally sent her into a tailspin. Related: 25 Top Broadcast Scripted Shows So, Mara was hitting the booze and pills to help her forget, at least for a while, as she taught interpersonal communications to college students. I agreed with Charlie that I couldn't believe students, or more likely their parents, pay tuition for that. But Mara made a good point -- most college-aged students have no idea how to communicate with each other in person, so they need her course. Still, Mara's unique skill set was wasted trying to get students to put down their phones for a couple of hours a week. Charlie's plans for her at Onira-tech were so much more challenging. As her former boss, Charlie certainly knew what buttons to push to get Mara to come onboard. Family was important to her, and her task would be bringing families back together. The episode didn't really address why Mara was such a natural at Reverie, with the ability to feel comfortable in such a foreign setting. I'm guessing it requires a talent for picking up visual cues and emotions, which is her thing, for sure. In interviews, Shahi has referred to what Mara is doing as "going down the rabbit hole." The virtual-reality scenes surely have that kind of mindbending, Technicolor dream feel to them. It was refreshing to see Mara utilizing her old-school cop skills as well, interviewing witnesses and searching for clues at Tony's apartment. Related: Get Britbox via Amazon Channels for the biggest streaming collection of TV from BBC & ITV...ever. Mara got Tony to leave Reverie by empathizing with his situation and getting him to focus on wha..

The Originals Season 5 Episode 6 Review: What, will, I, have, left

This season of The Originals is starting to make me wish the show just called it quits last year. Never has a single hour of a TV show infuriated me quite as much as The Originals Season 5 Episode 6 did. From the poor pacing to the convenient nature of the arc with Greta, Roman and Antoinette, to the big death we all saw coming, it was a hot mess. If you read reviews regularly, you will know that I love this show and the show that came before it, but I'm starting to fall out of love with it. I was surprised we got to see Phoebe Tonkin again. I thought for sure we would be getting an off-screen death because it's not like Hayley has been given much to do on the final season aside from being kidnapped twice. I appreciate wanting to branch out and switch things up, but to off a character this close to the end of the series was very reminiscent of Tyler Lockwood's death on The Vampire Diaries Season 8. It seemed thrown in there merely to shock the audience as opposed to advance the plot. Related: Legacies Key Art & Synopsis Released! It must have hurt Hayley a lot to see that Elijah was fighting against the Mikaelsons in her final moments before sacrificing herself. The reaction from her upon realizing he was even in the house was hopeful, but all of that was destroyed in one fell swoop. Greta is a master manipulator, and if there's one positive to take from Hayley's death, it's that she took Greta down with her. As for Roman, expect him to be dispatched by Klaus at the top of The Originals Season 5 Episode 7. Yes, it's finally on, and it's probably going to be a high-stakes fight to the finish line now. It was obvious Roman had his doubts about what Greta was up to and what made it even more annoying was that he genuinely thought about saving Hope and Hayley after speaking with Antoinette. Oh yes, we finally got some intel on Antoinette, and she may still be a good character after all. She's weary of Greta, and that's a good thing. It proved that she did not know nearly as much as Roman did about what was going on. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! Still, it doesn't explain why Antoinette and Elijah really met all those years ago, so there's the possibility that Antoinette is going to emerge as the true villain in a bizarre scene about how she hates the Mikaelsons. I want to believe that she's a good person, but nobody is really who they seem on supernatural dramas, as evidenced by Roman just one episode before. As much as I love Caroline Forbes, she felt very out of place in this episode. It felt like she was only thrown in there to remind viewers that, at one point, a romance was on the cards for her and Klaus. It's pretty darn obvious this show is going to end with them together with their own form of happiness, so I could have done withou..
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