November 21, 2018

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Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 6 Review: Delicate and Strangely Made

Sometimes you just have to let it hurt, and everyone on Queen Sugar Season 3 Episode 6 seemed to be in pain. Charley and Micah were at the top of that list thanks to Davis' revelation that he'd fathered another child while still married to Charley. It was one thing when it was private torment, but now that the entire world knew, it added an extra layer of humiliation. Worse than that, Charley and Micah weren't talking to one another about it. They should have been leaning on each other, but Charley didn't want to burden Micah with her feelings. What she failed to realize was that doing so could have brought the two closer of them together and made this horrible situation a little less painful. For his part, Micah was worried about his mother but not in any hurry to share his feelings with Keke. RELATED: Queen Sugar Season 3 Trailer: The Bordelons Are Back When those racist, confederate flag waving bullies harassed Micah and his friends, I feared things would end far worse than they did. I was thankful that Micah not only stood up for himself and his friends but that the entire incident didn't end with any bloodshed. Charley had other issues besides Davis as the Landry's threw her yet another curveball. It's no great shock that Jacob Boudreaux was lying that the EPA but now Charley has to figure out exactly why the Landry's need all of their former tenants off of their farmland. And Charley doesn't even know that her former boyfriend, Remy, has been kissing her sister, yet. If it's up to Nova, Charley might never know, but I can't imagine that Remy's going to let his feelings about Nova go without at least one face to face conversation. RELATED: Get Hallmark Movies Now via Prime Video Channels for Stories with Heart, Captivating Movies & More! When the idea of Nova and Remy as a couple first floated through my head, I was extremely hesitant, but now I'm hoping these two give a relationship a real chance. I don't know if they have a future, but I don't doubt that watching them try will be entertaining. Nova was also working on her book when she wasn't helping Aunt Vi bake pies. Nova: You do remember I'm just a writer, right? Violet: Nova Bordelon you grew up in my kitchen on my hip. I taught you everything I know. Permalink: Nova Bordelon you grew up in my kitchen on my hip. I taught you everything I know. Added: June 26, 2018 It's taken Vi a long time to get to the point where she's not simply taking care of other people. She was raised to be a wife and a mother, and neither of those worked out for her. For a long time, she was merely surviving and as she pointed out to Nova, "surviving and dreaming are two different things." But it's finally time for Violet's dreams to come true, and although she's willing to talk about all of that with Nova, she won't discuss her Lupus. Is Violet try..

Hawaii Five-0’s Grace Park Books TV Return!

Grace Park is returning to primetime TV. According to Deadline, the former Hawaii Five-0 star has joined the cast of upcoming ABC drama series, A Million Little Things. The actress replaces Anne Son in the series regular role of Katherine. A Million Little Things is a "Dramedy about a group of friends who, for different reasons and in different ways, are all stuck in their lives, but when one of them dies unexpectedly, it’s just the wake-up call the others need to finally start living." Park joins a cast that includes David Giuntoli, Ron Livingston, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Christina Ochoa, James Roday, Stephanie Szostak and Lizzy Green. Related: A Million Little Things Trailer: Has ABC Found Its This Is Us? The series has been given the Wednesday at 10/9c slot on the network's fall schedule, replacing Designated Survivor, which was canceled after two seasons earlier this year. Park most recently appeared on CBS drama Hawaii Five-0. She served as a series regular from 2010-17 but exited after it was reported that she declined a salary raise to stay with the show for Season 8. “Daniel and Grace have been important and valued members of “Hawaii Five-0” for seven seasons,” CBS said in a statement last July. Related: ABC Fall Schedule: Can Nathan Fillion Fix ABC Tuesday Curse? “We did not want to lose them and tried very hard to keep them with offers for large and significant salary increases. While we could not reach an agreement, we part ways with tremendous respect for their talents on screen, as well as their roles as ambassadors for the show off screen, and with hopes to work with them again in the near future.” Park's exit from the series alongside Daniel Dae Kim was a controversial one for the series, and fans were not impressed because the departure news broke after they filmed their final scenes. Okay, TV Fanatics! What do you think of the latest news? Hit the comments. View Slideshow: Ch-ch-changes: How to Handle Evolving Casts Without Killing the Show

Arrow Season 7 Synopsis Teases a Major New Villain

When Arrow returns for Season 7, Oliver Queen will come face-to-face with a string of villains from the past. The official synopsis for the upcoming season was revealed earlier this week by Warner Bros. when it confirmed the show would be returning to San Diego Comic-Con this July. "There has been no shortage of close calls for Oliver Queen when it comes to protecting his Super Hero identity, but in the season six finale, he was finally backed into a corner and forced to reveal himself to the world as the Green Arrow," reads the synopsis. "Now, Oliver will come face-to-face with many of the criminals he placed behind bars, as he makes a new home for himself at Slabside Maximum Security Prison." "Oliver will find himself vulnerable in a way unlike ever before when a mysterious new enemy begins to unravel his work as Green Arrow, challenging him to redeem his name or risk losing everything." Related: Legacy: Green Arrow vs. CW Arrow As Arrow Season 6 concluded, Queen confirmed to the world on live television that he was the vigilante who had been roaming the streets of the city to take down all of the evil forces. He told the world that he was the one who was getting others to take the fall for his crimes and was rewarded with a stint in Super Max. The good thing about the situation is that we now know Oliver will come face-to-face with some of the people he's put away in the past. Related: The CW Fall Schedule: What's on the Move? It certainly raises a question about whether he will be able to hold his own when these villains inevitably join forces to get some revenge on the man responsible for them being incarcerated. The information about the new villain in the synopsis is surprising, but we think it's fair to assume Oliver is going to be broken when the show returns in October. He's going to want to make sure his friends and family are safe in the outside world. How far will he really go? Details are scarce about the new season, but we do know that Paul Blackburn is out, and his character Quentin Lance was killed off on Arrow Season 6 Episode 23. Related: Arrow Shocker: Who's Out? What do you think of the synopsis? Hit the comments below. Remember you can watch Arrow online right here via TV Fanatic. Get caught up right now. Arrow Season 7 debuts Monday, October 15 at 8/7c. View Slideshow: Comic-Con 2018: The TV Lineup

WWE SmackDown: Officially Moving to Fox!

The rumors are true! Fox will have even less scripted content on its schedule in 2019. The network will be airing WWE Smackdown effective from October next year. It will join the network's Friday night line-up and will air 52 weeks per year for at least five years, meaning scripted content will likely be leaving Fridays on Fox when the deal kicks in. "We are thrilled to welcome WWE to the Fox Sports family and bring SmackDown Live to broadcast television,” said Eric Shanks, President, COO and Executive Producer of Fox Sports. Related: Fox Fall Schedule: What's on the Move? “We are huge fans and know that together Fox Sports will be the leader in live events for the foreseeable future.” Fox's plans for fall 2018 include the revival of Last Man Standing airing with new comedy series, The Cool Kids. Hell's Kitchen has been confirmed to be closing the night. If the two comedies emerge as success stories, Fox will have to make some big decisions because it could mean the bulk of programming could be made up of unscripted offerings. The network also has the rights to Thursday Night Football for 2018-19, so there's a good chance there will be no scripted content on Thursdays and Fridays on the network in fall 2019. WWE Smackdown originally bowed on UPN back in 1999. It has also aired on MyNetworkTV and Syfy before landing at current home, USA Network. WWE Monday Night Raw is not in the move and will remain at USA Network for an additional five years. Okay, TV Fanatics! Related: Last Man Standing Revived By Fox! What are your thoughts on this news? Does it spell the end of scripted programming on Fox? Hit the comments below. View Slideshow: Comic-Con 2018: The TV Lineup

LA’s Finest: Bad Boys Spinoff Finds U.S. Home!

It turns out, audiences in the United States of America will get to see L.A.'s Finest after all. The Bad Boys spinoff has been snapped up by Charter Communications and will air on the company’s Spectrum Original Content platform. “Charter has a strong passion for the project and we could not be more excited. Immediately we knew this innovative new platform was absolutely the right home for L.A.’s Finest,” said Jeff Frost, President of Sony Pictures Television, the studio behind the project, in a statement. “Charter is excited to partner with top producers Sony, [Jerry] Bruckheimer and the rest of the incredible team behind and in front of the camera on our first Spectrum Original Content endeavor,” said Katherine Pope, Senior Vice President, Head of Original Content, Charter Communications. Related: LA's Finest: Bad Boys Spinoff Lands Series Order! “Our content partnerships offer us a great opportunity to provide Spectrum customers with the dynamic, authentic and unique programming that drives value for their Spectrum subscription.” It's certainly a bold move, but it means that stateside audiences will get to see a show that could have disappeared into the ether after it failed to secure a series pickup from NBC. Having two marketable stars in Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union, and the show's pedigree as a spinoff of a popular movie series means it will likely come with a built-in audience. The official logline for the offshoot reads: Related: NBC Picks Up Manifest to Series! Free-spirited former DEA agent Syd Burnett has a fresh start in her new job as an LAPD detective. She’s partnered with Nancy McKenna, a working mom who can’t help but look at Syd’s freedom with some grass-is-greener envy. These two have totally different lifestyles and approaches, but they both are at the top of their fields in this action-packed, character-driven procedural. Okay, TV Fanatics. What are your thoughts on the show's destination? Hit the comments below! View Slideshow: Comic-Con 2018: The TV Lineup

Watch The 100 Online: Season 5 Episode 8

Did Clarke manage to save Madi from the clutches of evil? That was addressed on The 100 Season 5 Episode 8 as the teenager's status as a nightblood came to the forefront, and villains emerged to try and take her down. Watch The 100 Season 5 Episode 8 Online With Clarke not wanting to cause any more drama, Bellamy stepped in to try and quell the fears of Wonkru's people. However, a deadly showdown left more than one person close to death. Use the video above to watch The 100 online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 Most Dramatic TV Kisses Get caught up with all the latest twists and turns right now.

Watch Animal Kingdom Online: Season 3 Episode 5

Was Deran's father Billy an asset to the family, or a liability? That was the big question on Animal Kingdom Season 3 Episode 5 when he helped J with a dilemma. Watch Animal Kingdom Season 3 Episode 5 Online Meanwhile, Pearce closed in on Smurf's laundering operation and the family had to make a decision whether to go back to the dark side. Also, Craig uncovered an explosive family secret that sent him to Smurf, but was she willing to open up about it? Use the video above to watch Animal Kingdom 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 developments right now.

Watch Younger Online: Season 5 Episode 4

Did Liza go too far? That was addressed on Younger Season 5 Episode 4 when she took a chance on a journalist both personally and professionally, while Charles continued to do some digging into her past. Watch Younger Season 5 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Diana finally decided it was time to step out of her comfort zone and enter a world she never thought she could be part of. However, things took a turn in her favor and she wondered why she never tried it sooner. Use the video above to watch Younger online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 Most Dramatic TV Kisses Get caught up with all the latest from the characters on this hit TV Land comedy series.

Watch The Bold Type Online: Season 2 Episode 4

Was gossip reporting up Jane's street? That was revealed on The Bold Type Season 2 Episode 4 when she teamed up with Pinstripe to start the process of reporting on the world of gossip. Watch The Bold Type Season 2 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Adena reluctantly decided to bring Kat out to meet her friends, but how did Kat feel about being an afterthought in the whole process? Also, Sutton fought for a way into the inner circle with a well-connected influencer, but how did it pan out for her? Use the video above to watch The Bold Type online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 TV Characters That Make Us LOL Get caught up with all the latest developments right now.

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Episode 11 Review: Holly

Serena Joy and Fred Waterford did most of the talking during The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 11, and their time on screen was sparse. What they managed to say in such a short amount of time clarified things for those unsure whether Fred's motivations to reunite June with her daughter, Hannah, were pure or malicious. Their words also proved June's forethought in gathering Godparents for her daughter before her birth was a very sound decision indeed. Picking up exactly where The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 10 left off, June was all alone at the big estate. I'm sorry there is so much pain in this story. I'm sorry it's in fragments, like a body caught in crossfire, pulled apart by force, but there is nothing I can do to change it. I've tried to put some of the good things in as well. June Permalink: I'm sorry there is so much pain in this story. I'm sorry it's in fragments, like a body... Added: June 26, 2018 That left Elisabeth Moss to carry the episode virtually by herself, and as always, she did a remarkable job carrying June through the phases of someone both determined to escape for the sake of her baby and ultimately determined to be saved for the same reason. The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 has done a deft job at reminding us the role mothers play in their children's lives and that not every woman is prepared to be a mother no matter how much she may believe the opposite to be true. A mother in the true sense of the word would do whatever she could to protect the safety of her child. Related: Carissa's Corner: Saving Shows, Best of 2018, and Checking In with Readers We are witness to it and how the definition of safety changes under the circumstances through all of June's actions. She has never fled and gone in search of Hannah because she knows the pain it would cause her daughter to see and unsee her again and again without having some control over the situation. At the estate, June went from wanting to flee and take off for Canada, we can assume, preparing with a small satchel for her journey, to the realization she would have to stay at the house and give birth. And once she realized what it would be like to give birth alone, recalling all of the terrors and triumphs of giving birth to Hannah, June reached out for help because the baby needed medical care to survive, and survival in this world is paramount above all else if they're to take down Gilead. As frightening as it is to imagine her child in the arms of the Waterfords, at least she knows there is some kindness in that house, however cracked it may be. When left to their own devices, their argument at the estate while searching for June was about June. Serena Joy: Fred! Maybe they weren't here? Well, they were. Now they've run off together thanks to you! Fred: There must be some other explanation. Serena Joy: Like what? Fred: Nick wouldn't be disloyal...
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