January 21, 2019

Mese: Giugno 2018

TV Ratings Report: Big Brother Return Tops Night

Big Brother is back, but it was down a little vs. the 2017 opener. The two-hour opener secured 5.3 million viewers and a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49. This marks the show'slowest rated debut yet. However, it still managed to top the night in the demo. After that, Code Black (5.7 million/0.8 rating) picked up a tenth in the demo and topped the night in total viewers. The crazy thing is that Code Black has been canceled, despite pulling in solid ratings for the summer months. NBC: Reverie (1.8 million/0.3 rating) hit a new low in the demo. At this stage, it's difficult to imagine NBC letting the show finish out all of the episodes on the night. Fox: Masterchef (3.7 million/1.0 rating) was stable, while 24 Hours to Hell and Back (3.5 million/1.1 rating) was up a tenth. What did you watch on the night? View Slideshow: Comic-Con 2018: The TV Lineup

Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Report Card: Best Episode, Worst Sendoff & More!

It has been an exciting season of Grey's Anatomy! Grey's Anatomy Season 14 was a huge improvement after a lackluster and disappointing Grey's Anatomy Season 13. In many ways, the series got back to the basics. It gave us strong character arcs and friendships, interesting medical cases, relationship drama, and more. It also made a splash when the news broke that two fan-favorites would be departing by the season's end. Looking back and reviewing the season, it was evident that episodes churned out after that shocking news (and an unpopular 'ship becoming canon) weren't received very well. Yikes! If you want to check out how we felt after the first half of the season, you can check out our Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Midseason Report Card: What Worked and What Didn't. If you'd like to catch up or relive the season, you can watch Grey's Anatomy online here via TV Fanatic and check out our Grey's Anatomy Reviews and Grey's Anatomy Roundtables. Otherwise, check out our full report card below! Don't forget to hit the comments with your thoughts! 1. Best Episode - Personal Jesus Personal Jesus was an extraordinary hour, not just of Grey's Anatomy, but an extraordinary hour of television, period. Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 10 is the series at its absolute best. The episode chose to address three heavy storylines and gave each one the weight and care that it deserved. Jo's arc as a formerly battered woman facing her husband came to a somewhat satisfying end, and the subject matter was handled with care and thought. The subject matters of police brutality and racial bias were brilliantly tackled in a gripping way that held viewers, whether they could relate or understand or not, captivated. Jesse Williams' performance was nuanced and some of his best work. The episode opened the door for viewers to engage in critical analysis and discourse. The hour also kickstarted April's best story arc to date with the culmination of everything, including the return of Matthew and subsequent loss of his wife, causing April's descent into an existential and faith crisis, which was a refreshing and unique storyline. It was an exceptional episode from beginning to end. Honorary Mentions: Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 11: (Don't Fear) the Reaper Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 7: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story 2. Funniest Episode: Judgment Day Listen, a lot of people had mixed feelings and thoughts about Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 20: Judgment Day, but if you didn't laugh at least once during that truly absurd hour, then maybe you lack a sense of humor. Was it ridiculous? Absolutely! Was it funny, though? Hell yes! The episode managed to sprinkle in enough plot to set the foundation for bigger plot points, namely the Avery scandal, Arizona realizing she still has feelings for Callie and Owen's foster car..

Watch Code Black Online: Season 3 Episode 10

Did Elliot really go too far? That was revealed on Code Black Season 3 Episode 10 when his case for malpractice kicked off and he feared the worst when Detective Gomez took to the stand. Watch Code Black Season 3 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Diego's documentary presented a shocking new pathway for the truth to come out. Also, Rox attempted to connect with Willis, but he pushed her away, and she wondered what was really going on with them. Use the video above to watch Code Black online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Beverly Hills 90210 Cast: Where Are They Now? Get caught up with all the latest action right now.

Watch Colony Online: Season 3 Episode 9

Did the mission to get one step ahead of the villains work out? That was revealed on Colony Season 3 Episode 9 when Will, Broussard and Bram worked together to kidnap a high-ranking IGA officer. Watch Colony Season 3 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, Snyder continued to feel confident by staying in Seattle, but his spying mission made him question his former life and whether he was being true to his self. Also, one character had a brush with death, but did it change them for good? Use the video above to watch Colony online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 21 Sexy TV Characters Deserving of A Beach Day Get caught up on all the latest fun right now.

Watch Reverie Online: Season 1 Episode 5

Did Monica have anything to do with the bombing? That was revealed on Reverie Season 1 Episode 5 when she turned to the team for some supposed help after the bombing wiped out dozens of civilians. Watch Reverie Season 1 Episode 5 Online Meanwhile, Mara was put into the mind of a coma victim with the aim of identifying what really happened. However, she quickly learned there was more to the story than meets the eye, and had to adapt quickly. 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 on all the latest action right now.

Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Online: Arrest and Relaxation

Did Luann manage to get well away from the press? That was her plan on The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 13 when she realized there were differing stories about her jail time were doing the rounds. Watch The Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 Episode 13 Online Did she manage to find out the truth about who was leaking details about her? Also, Dorinda decided it was time to take down Bethenny for her lies, but who managed to get the upper hand in the biggest battle yet? 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 now!

Code Black Season 3 Episode 10 Review: Change of Heart

White lies can help people, but they can also snowball and cause real damage. The doctors struggled with telling the truth on Code Black Season 3 Episode 10. They weren't trying to sell alternate facts, thank god, just struggling to protect those under their care. But where do you draw that line? Is it more ethical to betray a confidence than tell a white lie? In the aftermath of a fight with his father, Ethan's struggle with these questions has everybody weighing in. Before we dive into the serious stuff, let's talk about Angus! It's a crazy day when a surprise baby (toddler) is the light part of a show. As much as he protested that he's not ready to be a daddy, I can actually see Angus taking to parenthood like a duck to water. He was naturally good with the kid, and maybe little Dominic is just what he needs to get his attitude back on track. I did take some exception to his claim that finding out he's a parent would blow up his life. It would be tough, sure, but it's not like he would be the primary caregiver. Hell, he's already missed the physically draining parts of childrearing. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies & TV Shows with Amazon Prime Video! Weirdly, the thing that makes me most suspicious that Mario is right and Yvonne is pulling a con is the fact that she remembers Angus' name. Granted, Angus isn't exactly a name you hear every day unless you're living in Glasgow or Edinburgh. But I can't remember the name of the guy I dated for three months in spring 2015. Will? John? Steve? Who knows. A one night stand? You're kidding, right? Angus[arriving]: Who's this little guy? Yvonne: Dominic. He's been sick. I was hoping his father could help. It's kinda my last resort. Angus: Oh, when's he get here? Yvonne: He just did. Permalink: He just did. Added: June 28, 2018 Good news, bad news: Elliot's lawsuit is over, but now we might have to like Diego. Gag me. Watching Guthrie finally call the entitled little schmuck on his bad behavior was absolutely glorious. The moment we've all been waiting for. The only thing missing was somebody smashing his overpriced camera. But then the little smarmy turd had to go and do something altruistic. Something that put an abrupt end to the never-ending, never-developing storyline from hell. The only downside to the lawsuit being resolved is that it may mean we see less of Noah Gray-Cabey. I'd love to see him step up and have another arc, but there are only three more installments in the season. Unless Michael Seitzman and the team can convince Netflix or another outlet to pick up the show, this may have been Dr. Dixon's last big moment. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals, & Live TV! Ethan and Rox's story, however, is far from over. You had to know it wasn't going to be smooth ..

SIX Season 2 Episode 6 Review: Indian Country

Follow the leader even if you don't want to. The team went on an exchange mission with Gina on SIX Season 2 Episode 6, but there's a strong possibility that she's leading them on a straight path to hell. I'm not sure I understand Bear's devotion to the cause. He's so intent on separating himself from Rip that he might be making the wrong decisions for himself and the team. Who cares if the Joint Chiefs of Staff ordered you make the exchange of Michael for the President's friend (or was he an advisor?) They're going to be stepping into dangerous territory as soon as they cross the Russian border. Buddha should have shot Michael and then put a bullet in Gina's head. That would have been the end of it, and they all could have gone home to their families. They would have been able to handle the heat until it all got sorted out. They've done it before. They could do it again. Related: Get Cinemax via Prime Video Channels for Hit Movies & Series that Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat! But Bear is the big man on campus and feels the need to beat on his chest just to prove how big and strong he is. He's not called Bear for nothing, right? It makes you wonder if Rip was drunk when he recommended Bear to take over the team. What was he thinking? What is Bear thinking? It's admirable that he's quick to follow orders, but why won't he listen to reason? There's going to be a hefty price to pay when Marissa takes action against Buddha's family. Buddha: Rip wouldn't go. Rip would put a bullet in Nasry's head and take us home to our families. Bear: I'm not Rip. I'm not Rip. Permalink: I'm not Rip. I'm not Rip. Added: June 27, 2018 Bear might end up being the one with the bullet in his head. Buddha needs to sit Bear down and tell him all about what Gina did all those years ago. Bear has to realize that Gina is not to be trusted. She told them Nasry was dead should have been enough to make the warning flags go up in his mind when Michael showed his face. He didn't even question her about it. Or anyone higher up for that matter. It makes me question his leadership ability. I know there wasn't a lot of time to sort things out, but I would have at least gone to the Commander about it before they started the mission. There won't be time to sort it all out later when some of his men are dead because of his poor decision. Sure, he thinks it's a suicide mission but it didn't stop him from following orders. SIX Season 2 Episode 5 Review: Masks If it was anyone else but Buddha trying to talk sense to him maybe Bear would have listened, but it was Buddha, and it all goes back to Bear beating his chest to show everyone who's boss. Buddha is the only one who is thinking straight on this mission. He should have walked away, but the team is his family too. He couldn't walk away from his family. ..

Colony Season 3 Episode 9 Review: The Big Empty

On Colony Season 3 Episode 9, Snyder's still feeling confident in Seattle, doing the IGA's bidding by spying on Kynes. He's almost smug, working his Snyder magic, to make his way around Seattle without an escort. Little does he know Will's about to take him down. When Will shoved Snyder's entire head into the toilet and held him there while he kicked like a bucking bronco, and gurgle-screamed through that filthy water, I thought he was a goner. That was intense, and I was literally holding my breath. The look on Will's face told me he wasn't letting go. When Snyder's feet started twitching, I was getting ready to say goodbye to Snyder for good, when Will suddenly let go and allowed Snyder and I to breathe again. What a scene, and what a relief Will let him go. No matter how you feel about Snyder and the way he operates, you can't deny he's pivotal to the show. We know Bram wasn't too happy about Snyder getting away again. I was there too, remember? Teaching Charlie how to play poker. Frying an egg for him every morning. Uncle Alan! I loved that kid too! I buried him. I found his body and I didn't leave until he had a place to rest. Snyder Permalink: I was there too, remember? Teaching Charlie how to play poker. Frying an egg for him every... Added: June 27, 2018 Will must feel like a complete and utter failure as a father. He feels responsible for Charlie's death, and now he knows that Bram has no qualms about killing. Doesn't feel an ounce of guilt. No wonder he was a puddle at the end. He couldn't even speak. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! All that pent-up rage and pushing down his emotions finally spilled out in pure raw pain. You could feel it through the screen. I know I was a blubbering mess right alongside Will. It was nice to see Will being Will again, though, and I'm wondering what's going to happen to him going forward. He'll still grieve, obviously, but I have a feeling Will's going to get to the bottom of what's going on in Seattle now. He's going to have a new focus, and he's going to remember he's got two other kids and a wife to think about. I'm glad he couldn't kill Snyder. It means that he not completely gone in a well of grief. He's still got his morals. Bram on the other hand. I'm a bit concerned about that one. If anyone is going to kill Snyder, it's going to be him, so Snyder better watch his back. The thing is, everyone blames themselves! Will does, Bram does, and Snyder does. Part of it's probably true, but that's the problem. You never know which part. Will Permalink: Part of it's probably true, but that's the problem. You never know which part. Added: June 27, 2018 The fact is there were a whole host of events that led to Charlie&#039..

Reverie Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Altum Somnum

So, Reverie doesn't have to be a voluntary activity. That's certainly one takeaway from Reverie Season 1 Episode 5. The lines were definitely blurry on this episode. The terrorists led by Silas thought they were doing the right thing, to call attention to a town being poisoned by a munitions dump. But nobody other than the zealots themselves would argue that blowing up 60-plus people was the way to attract support for a cause. Add the blackmail threat to set off more bombs, and any public sentiment for that cause will have disappeared. It has been evident that the Department of Defense had a vested interest in Reverie. How much and why wasn't clear until now. Related: Reverie Season 1 Episode 4 Review: Blue is the Coldest Color As usual, Mara was the only one in the dark about the DOD's involvement. Monica didn't volunteer her affiliation when she was introduced to Mara earlier in the season. Why anyone was surprised when the bill came due for Defense's investment is beyond me. Charlie was at least a realist, knowing there were strings attached to the military's minority ownership. Alexis and Paul seemed to think they didn't have to be at all concerned with the financial side of things. Monica stepped out of the shadows and came to collect. Her wanting to stop Silas before he sets off another bomb was understandable and desirable. Still, it was hard to side with Monica's idea of invading a survivor's mind to learn more about Silas. Sure, it was for the greater good and all that, but it was still somewhat iffy, morally speaking. That kind of invasion of privacy would never fly in court. I mean, courts are hesitant to allow law enforcement to crack open cell phones, let alone minds. Fortunately, for the sake of the narrative, technology has definitely outstripped the law in this case. Actually, Monica's request almost seemed to beyond Reverie's capabilities, as it was breaking new ground for the program. Related: Watch Reverie Online: Season 1 Episode 4 Alexis embraced that challenge, as she's always more about the code than its impact on people. Paul was opposed to the idea, as he was the one who had to set up Reverie to make it work in this unproven scenario. But Paul and Charlie protested the mission, because of fear for Mara's safety. Mara is all about helping people, so naturally, she agreed to go into Reverie. I know Charlie's title is head of security at Onira-Tech, but he should also be titled chief mediator, which all of the personalities he has to keep in line. He and Monica went at it over the military applications for Reverie, which must be Monica's pet project. Therapy for conditions such as PTSD, training for missions and, of course, information gathering, such as Mara did in Ashley's mind. I don't think Reverie is going to replace waterboarding or electroshock when it comes to extracting information. ..
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