November 21, 2018

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Watch Basketball Wives Online: Season 7 Episode 10

Did Evelyn get more than she bargained for on her trip to Puerto Rico? That was addressed on Basketball Wives Season 7 Episode 10 when she learned a shocking truth about someone close to her. Watch Basketball Wives Season 7 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Jen enlisted a professional to help her with her failed love life, but what did the person say to her? Also, Malaysia had a difficult talk with her son about the future, but why what pushed her to have it in the first place? Use the video above to watch Basketball Wives online right here via TV Fanatic. Get caught up on all the fun and games right now.

Watch Floribama Shore Online: Season 2 Episode 4

Did Gus manage to sort things out with Candace? That was his plan on Floribama Shore Season 2 Episode 4, but one thing led to another and Candace wanted out of the house. Watch Floribama Shore Season 2 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Kirk was arrested and the house tried to find a way to save him after the big bust-up that found him hitting a man in the face. Also, the roommates came together to support the girls in a bikini contest. Use the video above to watch Floribama Shore online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Renewal Scorecard 2018-2019: What's Coming Back? Get caught up with all the latest action right now.

Elementary Season 6 Episode 13 Review: Breathe

There's nothing like a hitman with a heart of gold. Sherlock had to follow the most roundabout route to catch a killer on Elementary Season 6 Episode 13. The victim was actually an assassin, and he managed to be his own killer as well. No wonder Sherlock had to go back in time four years to solve this one. Viewers even got to learn about a particularly obscure occupation, relocation expert, a person who helps people smoothly transition to a new area. No wonder Leland Frisk could freelance as a contract killer for decades. He could travel anywhere without suspicion under the guise of a relocation expert. You have to wonder how a trained assassin and wine snob wouldn't notice the scent of almonds indicating that the presence of cyanide in his dessert wine. That should have been a clue that something was amiss. Related: Elementary Season 6 Episode 12 Review: Meet Your Maker It was an exciting twist to this episode, as the killer was revealed fairly early on, and Sherlock and company spent the rest of the time proving he was the killer. Well, kinda sorta. Cal Medina, yet another memorable villain, played by Joaquim de Almeida, deserved to be guilty of something. He was that sort of pharmaceutical exec who held those suffering from orphan diseases up for ransom by raising drug prices to obscene levels. The trouble was that Medina had an alibi, a female politician who he had brought already, and no evidence pointed to him, other than his information being missing from Frisk's files. So Sherlock started looking for suspicious deaths of people involved with orphan diseases in recent years. Circuitous but correct logic, it turned out. It didn't take him long to find a researcher closing in on a cheaper drug for cystic fibrosis who died suddenly, supposedly of asphyxiation. But Sherlock determined he had gotten suffocated instead. The murder victim was found. The only problem was that Frisk didn't kill the researcher. Related: Watch Elementary Online: Season 6 Episode 12 The truth about Frisk and his death was so much more complicated. Frisk's loyal secretary Sherry had a son who required Medina's costly cystic fibrosis drug. Frisk figured out that if Medina were out of the picture, his board would lower the price of the drug, making it affordable for more sufferers of that condition. The assassin couldn't reach Medina to kill him, and he couldn't find the killer Medina used to kill the researcher. As the FBI was closing in on Frisk, he went to a drastic measure: killing himself and framing Medina for the crime. Once Sherlock and Joan had figured that out, Sherlock uses Frisk's research to create a trap to flush out the researcher's killer, using confidential informants to spread the word that Medina was about to turn in the killer. It was another ingenious plan of Sherlock's that worked wonderfully, although Marcus and the FBI agent certainly looked aska..

Dietland Breakdown: 4 Stars Discuss Finale, Women’s Movement & More!

If you haven't figured it out by now, as women's rights are back into the spotlight thanks to such movements as #MeToo and #TimesUp, Dietland is more than just a TV show. And like the show itself, Joy Nash (Plum), Tamara Tunie (Julia), Robin Weigert (Verena), and Selenis Leyva (Soledad/Belle) are more than just the stars of Dietland, they've found themselves included in the larger discussion because fate made it so. I had a chance to talk with all four within the past two days about Dietland Season 1; where the finale finds their characters; the ability of people to be righteous both in and out of character, and the discussion generated around Dietland and the various issues of the day. As the credits rolled on the finale, safe spaces where the characters had been working were effectively upended. Plum abandoned her quiet life for one on the run with Jennifer as the women we'd only just met as "Jennifer" were being torn down once the Feds were on the case after Verena offered names that resulted in Julia and her sisters' arrests. The end, ultimately, is only the beginning. Weigert, who believes the friendship between Verena and Julia "has deep roots, goes way back and maybe we ended up being sort of two sides of the same coin a little bit, going in two different directions with the same essential ideology," also understands why Verena went to the FBI. Related: Dietland Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Bedwomb "Obviously Verena has some, I believe, feeling of culpability when it comes to this group that calls themselves Jennifer because even though she didn't consciously help to create that organization, once she was stirring the pot with a lot of different women, psychically, who knows what you're going to create. "And I think one of the messages of the show if you can say that, is that once you get a fire going, you can't really control where it spreads. You may be tapping into something very valuable when you're tapping into rage that might otherwise implode and become a source of self-destructive behavior. "It seems like on the surface ... it seems, well, let's just get that rage up and out and into the world, and find your voice and get you out there and making a difference. Go, go, go. Then, all of a sudden it's like Pandora's been let out of her box and ... you know what I mean? Pandora's box is open and anything could happen. "Interesting that I kind of said Pandora's been let out of her box, which is not what I meant to say, but maybe a little Freudian. I mean, it's just something is let loose and who knows where it will end." Like many of the other characters on Dietland, Weigert believes that even though Verena appeared to be the most unflappable, that under the "savior, a rescuer to all the women" a Calliope House, she had a breaking point in which she might look a lot like her dad. "And then if her fear button gets pressed, if she gets tri..

Dietland Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Bedwomb

If you thought everything would be tied up with a nice little bow, you would be terribly mistaken. It shouldn't come as a surprise how Dietland Season 1 Episode 10 ended -- with more questions asked and even more lives in limbo. We knew Plum was going to be welcomed into the group. There were only two ways it could to go for her. Plum would be let in, or she would be killed. She's our hero, so chances were good she would survive. Who else wanted to hear the stories from the other women in Jennifer? It was heartbreaking hearing Sophia's greatest memory of Jennifer. It's clear she has been through more than most people and her anger is warranted. Related: Dietland Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Woman Down Sophia enduring repeated rapes, but also making excuses for the man, reminded me of Plum is so many ways. Plum tried to make excuses for why Jack did what he did to her and made it sound like it was her fault. It was wonderful hearing Soledad's story, too. What really got me was when Plum shared that she had heard the tragic story of the young girl on the train tracks, but hadn't given it a lot of attention at the time. It's something many of us do on a daily basis when it comes to tragic news. It's so easy to gloss over sad stories, but we also have to remember the victims of these heinous crimes. Sofia's and Soledad's stories made me realize how important a group such as Jennifer is to them. Related: Dietland Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Rad Fatties Both of these women needed to funnel their anger into something important. Do I think it's wrong to murder people? I do, but Soledad's story about her daughter gave the impression she's doing the right thing by going after these terrible people. This also brings up the point I've been making about Plum this whole season -- she made a rash decision in joining Jennifer. Plum deserves to get revenge on Jack because of what he did to her, but she also needed to get some mental help as well. Instead of turning to a group of women who want to cause harm to men who have wronged them, I wish Plum would have turned to a real psychiatrist to talk about the various issues she has suffered. Related: Dietland Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Monster High Plum's mental health has taken a beating for an extremely long time, but she continues to ignore it. Case in point, Soledad brought up the men she had worked with in the army and about how there are good men out there in the world, too. Plum immediately started to get defensive by what Soledad was saying without listening to what she was trying to get Plum to understand. There are some great men and women out there, but there are also terrible people out in the world, too. Plum's hate of all men has to be discussed. She only wants to focus on the evil side of things instead of looking at the good. Plum wants to place all of her hate and rage on ev..

Mr. Mercedes Season 2 Trailer: Reconstructing Brady

Mr. Mercedes Season 2 picks up a year after Brady Hartsfield’s thwarted attempt to perpetrate a second mass murder in the community of Bridgton, Ohio. Since the incident, Hartsfield has been hospitalized in a vegetative state. But there is always someone who has to ruin an otherwise good thing. In this case, it is Dr. Babineau, the neurosurgeon overseeing the care of Brady Hartsfield at Mercy General Hospital in Bridgton. Babineau and his wife, Cora, have ambitions that are much bigger than their small Ohio town, and when an opportunity is presented to experiment with controversial medication, Babineau is tempted to cross a line. Related: Mr. Mercedes Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Jibber-Jibber Chicken Dinner Retired Detective Bill Hodges has done his best to move on from his Brady obsession, teaming up with Holly Gibney to open Finders Keepers, a private investigative agency. But when unexplainable occurrences begin to affect hospital staff members attending to Brady, Hodges is haunted by the feeling that Brady is somehow responsible. The second season is taking us from psychological and physical horror to the downright traditional as Brady bastardized mind seems to infiltrate those in the hospital to do his dirty deeds. As if that's not bad enough, Dr. Babineau is working to wake up the murderous crackpot, as well. Related: Mr. Mercedes Renewed for Season 2 on Audience Network!! What kind of damage will be caused when Brady's not only running free in the minds of innocents but physically, among the living and maybe with his own mind-controlled army? I sure can't wait to find out what kind of chaos awaits. Jack Huston joins the cast as Babineau, and Tessa Ferrer as his wife, Cora. Other new players include Maximiliano Hernandez as Antonio Montes, The Assistant District Attorney in Bridgton, Ohio, and Nancy Travis as Hodges ex-wife, Donna. Brendan Gleeson, Harry Treadaway, Jharrel Jerome, Holland Taylor, Breeda Wool, and Justine Lupe return from Mr. Mercedes Season 1. Mr. Mercedes Season 2 premieres Wednesday, August 22nd at 10/9c on DIRECTV Channel 239.

The Last Ship Gets Final Season Premiere Date, New Trailer

The Last Ship Season 5 finally has a premiere date! The TNT drama's final season will bow on the cabler Sunday, September 9th at 9/8c. “The world is finally recovering from the deadly virus that devastated the population, but global political unrest remains," the official synopsis reveals. "Tom Chandler (Eric Dane) has retired and his former crew has scattered, many having risen in the ranks within the Navy. Sasha Cooper (Bridget Regan), Lieutenant Danny Green (Travis Van Winkle), SBS WO-N Wolf Taylor (Bren Foster) and Sergeant Azima Kandie (Jodie Turner Smith) are on a covert mission in Panama." "When they are wrongly blamed for an attack on the Panamanian president, the consequences for the United States are dire. The Nathan James must fight to prevent invasion by Latin America — and the next world war.” Season 5 was filmed back-to-back with The Last Ship Season 4, but TNT initially refuted claims that it was the final season, and stopped short of confirming a premiere date. With 10 episodes remaining, the official teaser shows the character in some of their most difficult situations yet, and there's no telling how it will all pan out for the characters. Despite the delay in announcing the premiere date, the series will have been off the air just over a year when it finally returns to unspool the final episodes. Have a look at the full teaser below and join us in the comments with your thoughts on it.

Euphoria: HBO Picks up Zendaya Fronted Series, Drake Joins as Executive Producer

Zendaya is officially headed to HBO! The premium cable network has placed a series order for the series which is based on the Israeli series of the same name. Euphoria is a teen drama that focuses on a group of teenagers as they navigate the issues that plague teenagers in this day and age. The cast also includes Storm Reid, Maude Apatow, Brian “Astro” Bradley, Eric Dane, Alexa Demie, Jacob Elordi, Barbie Ferreira, Nika King, Hunter Schafer and Sydney Sweeney. Sam Levinson will write all episodes of the series and will serve as an executive producer alongside Drake, Future the Prince, Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin, Tmira Yardeni, Ravi Nandan, Kevin Turen, Hadas Mozes Lichtenstein, Mirit Toovi, Yoram Mokadi and Gary Lennon. Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channels for Addictive Dramas, Hilarious Comedies & Hit Movies! Zendaya is best known for her roles Shake It Up, K.C. Undercover and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Zendaya is also a singer and has released a string of hit singles and one album. She shared a first look at the new drama series on Instagram to her 52 million followers. It shows her, seemingly in character at a party. Euphoria. Coming soon. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @hbo @a24 @champagnepapi A post shared by Zendaya (@zendaya) on Jul 30, 2018 at 9:33am PDT It's certainly a great way to market the series when you consider the amount followers Zendaya has amassed on social media. There's no premiere date yet, but it will likely bow on the premium network at some point in 2019. It joins a network that includes the likes of Game of Thrones, Sharp Objects, Big Little Lies and Succession. HBO recently handed a series order to Joss Whedon drama, The Nevers, and also has a Game of Thrones spinoff in development. What are your thoughts on this new drama? What do you think a teen drama on a premium cable network would look like? Hit the comments below. View Slideshow: 45 New and Returning Shows You Want to Watch This Summer

How to Get Away with Murder Adds Timothy Hutton as Series Regular

How to Get Away with Murder is adding a mysterious new character this fall. Per TV Line, the sudsy ABC drama has cast Timothy Hutton as a series regular on the upcoming fifth season. As is the norm with Shondaland dramas, there are no details about who he will be playing. The role marks Hutton's return to ABC. He appeared on anthology series American Crime from 2015-17 He also starred on TNT's Leverage for five seasons before American Crime. Related: ABC Sets Premiere Dates for Grey's Anatomy, The Good Doctor & More! There are a lot of unanswered questions about what How to Get Away with Murder Season 5 will even be about. How to Get Away with Murder Season 4 concluded with Frank attending a Middleton University open day and noticing Gabriel Maddox (Rome Flynn). "Hey. So, the good times didn’t last too long. Her kid is here,” he said to someone down the phone. But there was no confirmation which woman he was referring to. Could Bonnie's long-lost child make a return? Then there's also the possibility that something happened and Annalise's child never died after all. Related: ABC Fall Schedule: Can Nathan Fillion Solve Tuesday Problem? These shows tend to have crazy twists, so it would make sense. What we do know is that Flynn will also be a series regular on the How to Get Away with Murder Season 5, so the storyline could be the central mystery. Meanwhile, it was revealed weeks ago that Amirah Vann has also been upped to series regular, so viewers will be seeing a lot more of Tegan Price. Her storyline seemingly came full circle on How to Get Away with Murder Season 4 Episode 15 when it was revealed that she sided with Annalise in the battle against Jorge Castillo. What are your thoughts on all of this? Sound off below. Remember you can watch How to Get Away with Murder online right here via TV Fanatic. How to Get Away with Murder returns Thursday, September 27th at 10/9c on ABC. View Slideshow: 45 Baddies We Unapologetically Adore!

Dancing with the Stars Juniors: Adam Rippon Joins as Judge

Dancing with the Stars: Juniors has found is three judges! The good thing for fans of Dancing with the Stars, these new judges are no stranger to the ABC juggernaut. Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, Dancing with the Stars pro Val Chmerkovskiy and choreographer, Mandy Moore will be the judges on the spin-off of the main series. The news was revealed on Monday's Good Morning America. Rippon appeared on Dancing with the Stars: Athletes earlier this year, and towered above the competition with pro, Jenna Johnson. Related: ABC Fall Schedule: Can Nathan Fillion Solve ABC's Tuesday Problem? It was a concentrated season, but Adam was the early favorite because his dancing was solid from the get-go, and he improved week-to-week, which is what viewers look for. As for Chmerkovskiy, he has appeared as a pro on 13 seasons of Dancing with the Stars and is a favorite with viewers. Moore has produced several routines for both Dancing with the Stars and even the Fox reality series, So You Think You Can Dance. Her biggest claim to fame, however, is that she choreographed La La Land. That movie went on to win several awards, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors has landed a spot on ABC's fall schedule and will begin airing on Sundays from October 7th. It remains to be seen whether there will be viewer fatigue because the regular series will continue to air on Mondays in the fall. Related: ABC Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Grey's Anatomy, The Good Doctor & More! The competitors have yet to be confirmed by the network, but The Blast recently reported that Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson will be part of the cast and has been attending rehearsals. As always, we'll keep you up to speed on any casting news as it is reported! What are your thoughts on the judging panel? Hit the comments below. View Slideshow: Dancing With The Stars: Athletes Compete for the Mirrorball!
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