January 21, 2019

Mese: Giugno 2018

Watch Code Black Online: Season 3 Episode 7

Did Rox manage to make amends? That was addressed on Code Black Season 3 Episode 7 when her former step coach arrived at Angels Memorial with her high school team after a pyramid stunt went horribly wrong. Watch Code Black Season 3 Episode 7 Online Meanwhile, Noa pled with Leanne and Campbell to try any other method before turning to a hysterectomy on a young teenage girl who was experiencing horrifying complications after birth. What path did they decide to go in to save her life? Use the video above to watch Code Black online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Renewal Scorecard 2017-18: What Made the Cut? Get caught up on all the latest action for the characters on this addictive medical drama.

Watch Reverie Online: Season 1 Episode 2

Did Mara manage to help a client get out of a "Jane Bond" adventure? That was her plan on Reverie Season 1 Episode 2 when the client was addicted to the adventure and did not want to leave. Watch Reverie Season 1 Episode 2 Online But Mara quickly realized in order to be successful she needed to find all of the puzzle pieces before it was too late. Also, Mara had to deal with the repercussions of what happened when she entered Reverie for the first time. 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 with all the latest fun right now.

Watch Colony Online: Season 3 Episode 6

How did the Bowman family react to that big death? That was addressed on Colony Season 3 Episode 6 which picked up in the immediate aftermath of what really went down while their fight for survival got tougher. Watch Colony Season 3 Episode 6 Online However, there did appear to be light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a brand new home for them, but was it the safe haven they thought it was? Also, Snyder settled into retirement at IGA headquarters after his part in changing the game. Use the video above to watch Colony online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 TV Women Proving Motherhood is Sexy as Hell-o!! Get caught up on this hit USA Network drama series.

Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Online: Season 10 Episode 10

Did the ladies rally together to help Luann through her difficult time? That was the plan on The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 10 when it emerged that there was more to that night than meets the eye. Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 10 Online But the ladies struggled to sympathize with her because they had no idea what went down before her big bust-up with the law. Also, Sonja and Tinsley grew closer as they discussed the construction woes that plagued them. Use the video above to watch The Real Housewives of New York City online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 25 Shows to Binge If You Love New York Get caught up with all the latest fun right now.

Watch The Originals Online: Season 5 Episode 7

Did the Mikaelsons manage to avenge the death of Hayley? That was the plan on The Originals Season 5 Episode 7 when it became apparent that the villains were showing no signs of stopping as the latest fight continued to gather steam. Watch The Originals Season 5 Episode 7 Online Meanwhile, Hayley's funeral brought a lot of drama because the family could not be together because of the effect of The Hollow. Also, Marcel offered Klaus to bring Elijah's memories back, but what did Klaus decide for his brother? Use the video above to watch The Originals online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: The Originals Photos: Will Hayley's Funeral Bring Everyone Together? Get caught up with all the fun right now as this series gears up for a big conclusion.

Code Black Season 3 Episode 7 Review: Step Up

Noah's finally got his groove back, and all it took was one hardass army colonel. Niceness only gets you so far, as some of the docs learned on Code Black Season 3 Episode 7. But that advice can be taken too far, as we saw with Angus, who is jeopardizing his personal relationships for the sake of the job. I was so happy to see Elliot gaining some confidence back, but I could have done without the constant repetition of "Stand your ground." Either the writers are completely unaware of how loaded a phrase that is or they just don't care. I'm not sure which is worse. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies & TV Shows with Amazon Prime Video! But bringing in Colonel Willis Sr was brilliant. If he's going to be hanging around, he might as well do something other than try and sell Ethan's house out from under him, and it was a unique way to have father and son bond. The Colonel's methods worked though (with a little assist from the dance team), and Elliot is back in Leanne's good graces. Thank god, because that storyline was drier than dust. And it had Mama and Daddy on opposing sides. Nobody likes it when the parents fight. Or their brothers for that matter. Unfortunately, #Mangus is still navigating some choppy waters as Leighton settles into the OR and Mario contends with being the sole senior ER resident. Some friction was inevitable with Angus' new role, but the solution to this problem is pretty obvious. Guthrie needs to step in and give some advice to his Young Squire. Angus: He's your first year. Get your house in order. Mario: I'll deal with this ass clown, but what was that? "Get your house in order?" You're starting to sound like Campbell. Angus: Thank you. Permalink: Get your house in order. Added: June 07, 2018 One of the strongest relationships of the show has basically been erased and I cannot figure out why. I'd attribute it to difficulties between actors, but who wouldn't get along with Harry Ford? Angus' idolization of Campbell tracks, especially after he was plucked from the obscurity of the ER and planted into the hallowed ground of the OR, but Guthrie should be there to help Angus find his own way of being a surgeon. A way that allows him to learn how to be technically proficient but to also know when not to cut, when to talk to his patients, and when to trust in the healing power of touch even if it's unproven. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals, & Live TV! It's hard getting into Rox and Noa's backstories knowing that the show has been canceled, but both plots were done in a way that I still cared. Just maybe not as much as I would have if Season 4 was headed our way. In fact, my big problem with Noa's story was that we didn't learn enough about it. What exactly happened that she can't have kids? I doubt that it's ..

The Originals Season 5 Episode 7 Review: God’s Gonna Trouble the Water

You didn't think Hayley's funerals would go off without a hitch, did you? The Original family isn't new to heartbreak and on The Originals Season 5 Episode 7, they barely had a chance to grieve Hayley, the most beloved hybrid in New Orleans, before things went awry. Her Second Line funeral, a traditional procession in NOLA, was crashed by Greta's deranged Nazi-minions. It was to be expected. And while her wolf ceremony was more intimate and emotional, it was mostly overshadowed by a brand new prophecy slapping them all on the wrist for two Mikealson's being in the same place at the same time. It's no secret that whenever any of them are in close proximity, weird things start happening. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals & Live TV! Well, apparently, slithering snakes and blood rain is nothing compared to the final phase; if they keep it up, they are going to kill all the firstborns in town including Hope and Freya. They just can't win, can they? This new version of the prophecy did provide us with some great moments between Klaus and Hope. Elijah: You listen to me, okay? Anything happens to her, I won't ever forgive this. Klaus: One doesn't need forgiveness from enemies. And that's where we are, you and I. We're certainly no longer family. Permalink: One doesn't need forgiveness from enemies. And that's where we are, you and I. We're... Added: June 07, 2018 I'm going to just go out and say it -- Klaus embracing his role as a father, even with all these obstacles, is the best thing about this season. I can't say I'm too thrilled with teenage Hope and all her angst. She lashes out at everyone because she blames herself for her mother's death, and while her pain is understandable, at times, the teenage hysterics are too much. She shouts at Klaus for not being there for her when she knows damn well there's nothing more he could have done. Eventually, Hope comes to her senses, begins to understand the intensity of the danger she's in, and vows to restore the promise of "always and forever." Related: Get Comic Con HQ via Prime Video Channels to Stream Original Series, Past Comic-Con Panels & More! Considering we're nearing the end of the series, it's about time we go back to the basics of what this show has always been about: family. However, the fact that Hayley won't be around when all is said and done is still something that's weighing heavily on me. I didn't expect to be so emotional when Klaus begged the "little wolf" to tell him what his next move should be, but there was something so pure and innocent about this big, bad vamp admitting that he's lost without her. This family, hmm. We're a curse to each other and to our home. And I know she needs me, I see that now. But loving her brings her closer to death. A..

Colony Season 3 Episode 6 Review: The Emerald City

I love the vast difference in Colony Season 3 Episode 6 between the sweet, clean Emerald City and the dirty, devastated Bowmans. Visually, it was striking as they moved from Snyder scenes to Bowman scenes. The privileged versus the non-privileged. Awesome. First, let's talk about Will. His emotions were palpable, and he hardly said a word. Josh Holloway did an excellent job portraying the burden of losing a son. He was a mess, and the pain on his face was all too real. Bravo, Josh! Yes, all the Bowmans were depressed at the loss of Charlie, but it seemed to have hit Will the hardest. He prides himself on taking care of his family and keeping them safe. After everything Will went through to save Charlie from Santa Monica, it was such a blow for him to wind up dead in the end. Will was determined they were done with colonies. He wasn't in control there, and he couldn't protect his family properly under someone else's rules, but then Gracie's life was at stake, and they didn't have a choice. Why would a colony be advertising to take people in? LA had overcrowding issues from the go. Will Permalink: Why would a colony be advertising to take people in? LA had overcrowding issues from the go. Added: June 06, 2018 You could tell Will didn't want to take the car from that family, but they wouldn't let Katie go with Gracie, so what was he supposed to do? I get the family in the car was short on room, but it's not like they would get pulled over by the cops if Gracie sat in the back and Katie sat between the husband and wife in the front. Come on! Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! Who in their right mind is going to put their sick and dying 11-year-old child in a stranger's car and take them at their word? No one. No one in today's world and no one in the Colony world, either. No one. View Slideshow: 21 Sexy TV Characters Deserving of A Beach Day It's understandable Will resorted to using his gun. That might come back to bite the Bowmans in the butt, but who cares? There are no public servants keeping anyone in line in the wilds outside various colonies, so anything goes. Bram seemed almost cheery despite his brother's death, which I thought was odd considering what happened to Charlie that his sister lay there dying. Related: Watch Real Lives, Real Stories, & Real Celebrities on Reelz Channel via Prime Video Channels! He was set on going to Seattle. Of course, he wanted to help Gracie, but I think Bram would like a little normalcy in the world again. He wants a place that represents life as it was before. Julian: The car's yours, sir. Snyder: Soooo, that means I can drive it? Permalink: Soooo, that means I can drive it? Added: June 06, 2018 Bram's suspicious, and he's smart, but he wants to be able to relax. He wants to believe there is a p..

SIX Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Dua

Another failed mission. Gina is out of her mind to trust Michael Nasry. He had good intel, but either he didn't know the Prince had doubles or he purposely gave Gina the wrong information on SIX Season 2 Episode 3. I'm going with the theory that he purposely gave wrong information. I still believe he's playing Gina, and I'm going to believe that until I see otherwise. She's not thinking straight, and the only one who knows her game is Buddha, but he's keeping his cards close to his chest. He knows she's up to something, but he's trying to figure it out before the rest of the team pays for her stupidity. I don't like that she blatantly lied to them about Michael Nasry, but it's not surprising, is it? She's trouble, and Caulder is only the first to suffer from her mistakes. Related: SIX Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Critical I'm looking forward to the eventual confrontation between her and Buddha. He's going to call her out, but he better do it soon. He has issues with Bear, but he needs to talk to him and tell him what's going on. There's no guarantee that Bear is going to listen to him. Bear wants to be the big man on campus. He wants to trust Gina, but he needs to trust his guys first. There's also no guarantee that Buddha is going to go to Bear about anything, either. Buddha has a bug up his ass, but he's got to realize that the team comes first. They all have to realize this. There is so much shit being thrown in the stew right now that things are guaranteed to blow up. Caulder is in a hell of a lot of trouble and not just because of his buzzing disorder and opioid addiction. He went behind Buddha's back and gave Jackie a gun!!!! Related: SIX Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Ghosts Of course, there's no proof that he was the one who gave it to her, but who else would she have gotten it? What is Caulder thinking?! Not only that, but why would he take Bear out to hook up with some women? Lena is the only woman Bear wants -- even if it seems that she's moving on for a short time. I get that he wanted to help his friend ease his pain, but that was not the way to do it. Lena isn't going to be happy when she finds out even if Bear didn't do anything. What's worse is going to be Bear's reaction when Lena finds herself another man. And you know that's where it's headed. They need time apart, sure, but not with other people. It's selfish on Lena's part to think that's the way to solve their problems. Trevor is a jackass and is going to cause more havoc that the team doesn't need. At least he's not shy about where he stands on things, but he needs to realize that he's wrong in his thinking. Wasn't Buck a racist? Why did they need to put another racist on the team? Didn't the powers that be realize that Trevor and Fishbait wouldn&#03..

Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 3 Review: Your Distant Destiny

The world isn't perfect. Charley already knew that, but Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 3 drove the point home as she realized that most of her own family wasn't on her side. We all know that Charley's plan is a risk, but nothing in life is guaranteed, and with her intelligence, talent for strategizing, and fortitude, Charley Bordelon may be the only person capable of taking down the Landrys. But her family couldn't see past the fact that she had to sell the Queen Sugar Mill to get set Sam up for the fall. To them, it was nothing more than selling out. So you betray our family, get in bed with the enemy, and all you got was 1%. That's what we're worth? Nova Permalink: So you betray our family, get in bed with the enemy, and all you got was 1%. That's what... Added: June 06, 2018 What Nova, Violet, Hollywood, and Micah can't seem to see is that that measly 1% of the company gives Charley access to the entire Landry Empire. That 1%, along with a fair amount of patience and persistence could be the beginning of the end for Sam Landry's stranglehold over the farmers of St. Josephine parish. My biggest fear now is that someone might inadvertently slip up and give the Landrys a clue about Charley's plan. They can't see me coming because by the time they do, I'll already be standing on the ashes of Sam's empire. You really think people are going to care how I did it or are they just going to say thank you? Charley Permalink: They can't see me coming because by the time they do, I'll already be standing on the ashes... Added: June 06, 2018 The local farmers might be upset to know that Charley is simply the face of the Queen Sugar Mill and that Sam Landry is in control, but what was the alternative? Landry was about to drive the mill out of business, and then the farmers would have no choice but to deal with him. RELATED: Queen Sugar Season 3 Trailer: The Bordelons Are Back This way, their money may still be going into Landry's pocket, but at least Charley managed to keep their rates stable for five years. That's a win for them, and it gives Charley time to play this game out until the end. Nova: You need to wake up. The game's rigged. You can't win this way. Charley: I don't plan on winning the game, Nova. I plan to eliminate it. Permalink: I don't plan on winning the game, Nova. I plan to eliminate it. Added: June 06, 2018 No doubt, Charley is playing a long con here, and there are plenty of ways for it to go wrong. She will have to face some serious obstacles throughout Queen Sugar Season 3, but if anyone can pull this off, it's Charley Bordelon. And even though the rest of the family may doubt her, Ralph Angel was right at Charley's side. It's ironic that her brother is the only one who believes in her given how far apart they were during Queen Sugar Season 2. Thank goodness Charley has Ralph An..
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