January 21, 2019

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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Final Season to Air This Fall on CNN

Fans of Anthony Bourdain will be able to watch the 12th and final season of his TV series, Parts Unknown. There were questions about whether the final season would ever see the light of day following Bourdain's passing. According to a report in the L.A. Times CNN filmed enough episodes to bring one last season to audiences, and they will debut this fall on the network. One episode of Parts Unknown was completed before Bourdain's death, and it focused on a trip to Kenya with W. Kamau Bell. That episode will be the last one to feature Bourdain's narration, and the others will include audio that was captured on location and follow-up interviews with others who were along for the adventures. Related: Anthony Bourdain: Honored with Travel Channel, CNN Tributes One of the episodes will feature the cast and crew chatting about their fallen friend, and will be accompanied by footage from behind-the-scenes. But the series finale will be a celebration of Anthony, featuring fan reactions to the show as well as special appearances from others who have appeared on previous episodes. Bourdain was found in his hotel room in Eastern France by his friend, Eric Ripert. He was unresponsive. “It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain,” CNN said in a statement, confirming the death. “His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller." "His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much." "Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time.” While it's unclear when in the fall CNN plans to air the final season, but at least we know it's coming. What are your thoughts on this? Hit the comments below. How to get help: In the US, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. The International Association for Suicide Prevention and Befrienders Worldwide also can provide contact information for crisis centers around the world.

Vo WIlliams Q&A: The Man Behind The Music on Your Favorite Television Shows Opens Up

California based musician, Vo Williams calls his music Epic Hip Hop, and that is the perfect way to describe it. His tracks are claustrophobic, anxiety driven. The sort of sound that makes you move a little faster, speak a little louder, hit a little harder. It's action movie music. That is perfect because you can hear Vo Williams' tracks on some of the most action-heavy shows currently on television. His music fuels the backdrop of the powerful, socially forward Empire, the ambitious and musically intense Atlanta. And most appropriately the action-packed Lethal Weapon series. Vo Williams is himself ambitious, with powerful opinions of his own. After making a move from Sarasota, Fl to Los Angeles, Ca, Williams found a rebirth in his creative energy and subsequently hit his first big break with his music being featured in the international trailer for "Big Game." Related: Empire Season Finale Review Williams took the time to speak to TV Fanatic about his decision to move to California, how he defines Epic Hip Hop and his thoughts about this revolutionary time in American history. You describe your music as Epic Hip Hop, how would you define that type of music? Is there anyone else you can think of that falls in that category? It's Hip Hop music with but with massive size and scale and with a richer emotional gravity. As the sound becomes more and more successful in this space, more musicians are working to try and experiment with Epic Hip Hop. I cannot name anyone in particular however besides myself since the approach is still very fresh. But trust they are coming. How do you think your music adds to the shows on which it is featured? Can you think of a particular scene that you felt was sort of perfectly matched with one of your songs? I think my music is sought after because it's Hip Hop, but with a clear emotional tone that helps to lift the picture. I have to say Season one, Episode one of Lethal Weapon during the car chase scene. They used my song 'Payback' (produced by Dj Ricky Luna), and it drives that scene so well, its as if I made it for that scene. Lethal Weapon: Fox Boss says 'Real Challenges' Forced Cast Shake-Up You said your song process is visually influenced. Can you tell us about the images that you had in your head during the creation of one of your songs? For my song "I am the one" I saw a young woman fighting to raise a child on her own while studying for a degree. I saw her dealing with difficult challenges and motivating herself to push forward to win for her family. You are self-taught. Do you think that fact has had any bearing on the direction you have taken your music? It is a very unique sound. Thank you, yes I definitely think my being self-taught has an influence on my approach to music. I believe your education in the arts can really affect your process and therefore the possibilities you see before you. Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channe..

Watch Younger Online: Season 5 Episode 8

Did Liza manage to adjust to her new normal in a swift manner? That was revealed on Younger Season 5 Episode 8 as she came to a stunning realization about the recent change in her life. Watch Younger Season 5 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Maggie struggled to confront issues that plagued her in the past when an ex resurfaced in New York City. Also, Kelsey realized she needed to fix her love life before it was too late, but did Zane feel the same about it? Use the video above to watch Younger online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 TV Characters We'd Want as Bridesmaids! Get caught up with all the latest action right now.

Watch The Bold Type Online: Season 2 Episode 9

Did Jane manage to get the upper hand when it came to fertility planning? That was addressed on The Bold Type Season 2 Episode 9 when she realized that she would have to change her routine to get what she wanted. Watch The Bold Type Season 2 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, Kat started to feel the distance between her and Adena, but she made one last-ditch attempt to salvage the relationship. Also, Sutton resolved to sort out her passport woes before the Paris trip, and found herself at odds with someone close to her. Use the video above to watch The Bold Type online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 17 Male TV Characters That Are Probably Feminists Get caught up on all the latest fun right now.

Watch Animal Kingdom Online: Season 3 Episode 10

Did Billy get what he was owed? That was his plan on Animal Kingdom Season 3 Episode 10 when he turned up the heat on the family when they tried to decline his request. Watch Animal Kingdom Season 3 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Craig had a surprise meeting that made him reconsider his future with the family, and Smurf was not impressed when she heard about. Also, determined to lead the family again, Smurf turned to the boys with a proposal of her own, but did they want her back on the team? Use the video above to watch Animal Kingdom online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 35 Worthy Contenders if Emmy Recognition was Fair! Get caught up with all the latest action right now.

Watch The 100 Online: Season 5 Episode 12

Did Octavia lead her people to an untimely death? That was revealed on The 100 Season 5 Episode 12 when she and her team showed up at Shallow Valley for the final battle against the settlers there. Watch The 100 Season 5 Episode 12 Online Clark realized that she would need to make a decision for the good of herself or the others if she had any hope of saving Wonkru from extinction. However, there was bigger fish to fry when a villain emerged to take her down. Use the video above to watch The 100 online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 19 of the Most Shocking On-screen Betrayals Get caught up with all the fun right now as this hit CW drama reaches a conclusion.

Castle Rock Season 1 Episode 4 Review: The Box

There's been an escape at Shawshank. On Castle Rock Season 1 Episode 4, things got shaken up after Dennis decided to take matters into his own hands when it seemed like nothing was going to change at Shawshank. In an episode like this, it's almost impossible not to start at the end, with the bravado sequence where we see Dennis taking out the entire security staff at Shawshank through the cameras that he so often watched. Dennis's decision to take this drastic action was fueled in part by Henry's decision to leave town suddenly, but it also likely had something to do with his interaction with the mysterious prisoner earlier on in the episode. Bad shit happens here because people know they're safe here. Dennis Permalink: Bad shit happens here because people know they're safe here. Added: July 31, 2018 During that encounter, Dennis touched the supposed embodiment of evil, and he seemed to be a little off from then on. His death at the episode's end suggests that Castle Rock isn't afraid to shake things up, and promises a season that will be about more than Henry's battle to get his client out of Shawshank. Related: Castle Rock Season Premiere Review: This Is a Bad Town The rest of the episode featured a slow, methodical build-up of mythology that has become commonplace on Castle Rock. The only sequence that inspired Stephen King levels of terror was one in which Henry entered the home of Joseph Desjardin. That sequence built tension effectively, slowly making Joseph seem less and less normal and more and more sinister. We don't have any definitive answers yet as to what happened to Henry when he disappeared as a child, but Henry's own reckoning with his past seems inevitable now. You know I never touched you. Joseph Permalink: You know I never touched you. Added: July 31, 2018 As much as the mythology of the show works, it's often let down by its characters who, with the exception of Bill Skarsgard's enigmatic prisoner, are largely wooden and one-dimensional. Even Henry, who is at the center of many of the show's mysteries, finds himself largely forced to react to the many sinister things he sees as he goes about trying to uncover Castle Rock's many mysteries. Related: The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 13 Review: The Word In building the show around the town of Castle Rock, more than any of its individual players, Castle Rock has made it difficult to find anything to latch onto initially, even though its cast is stacked. It also means that many of the show's developments feel like treading water. Much of the drama between Henry and his mother feels like a stall, a way to withhold information without really telling us anything about how Henry and his mother feel about one another. The best Stephen King adaptations recognize that the fear at the core of his stories is balanced by other tones. Horror works less effec..

The 100 Season 5 Episode 12 Review: Damocles – Part One

Complicated feelings seem to be the theme for this season of The 100, both for the characters and the audience. The first half of the finale managed to explore both the calm and the story, without even really diving into the chaos that will surely begin in the second half. "Damocles – Part One" written by Justine Juel Gillmer, was an episode that took on plenty with the way that it tackled heightening situations and still explored a bit of the characters within those scenes. Although there was a clear accumulation to a scene that caused concern for many reasons, the episode itself was a setup for something more. Kane and Gaia are now in situations of literal life or death situations, with their loved ones trying to figure out how to keep them alive. This is all being written against the backdrop of a literal war, with making it out alive becoming more worrisome than anything. The threat of humanity once again turns around and leaves everyone on the bloody battleground. Yet in a way, war is the real enemy of this season and it is what puts everyone in a position that they may have never ended up in otherwise. During The 100 Season 5 Episode 12, Bellamy and Octavia were survivors of the initial face off with McCreary and his guns, leaving them in the worst position yet. Octavia ended up willing to sacrifice herself, which wasn't exactly necessary with Madi arriving in her rover. Meanwhile, Vinson came back for one last meal and Kane just was too delicious to quit. The question at the core of this episode though, and in a way of this season as well, is the idea of acceptable loss. When discussing plotlines and characters that have been sacrificed for the great good of the plot, one must wonder how much loss is in fact acceptable? Considering Abby's addiction, Clarke's journey to motherhood, the way that Clarke's memory pushed the space group forward, or even the swift shift that Octavia took on and got lost in, is all of this part of the deal? And moving forward with only one episode left, these losses are weighing on the season more and more. Related: The 100: 10 Most Important Episodes for Bellamy and Clarke's Partnership The Acceptable Loss of Clarke Griffin Coming from the beginning of a season that played so well with Clarke's newfound home in her feelings and her soft connection with Madi is almost a slap in the face when we consider where everything is now. Starting from the initial issue, Clarke Griffin has been sacrificed. There is no other way around voicing this because gone is the character that was crafted this season as our presence within the show. Now Clarke has become a definition of a mother that involves hurting your child at every turn, especially by choosing to keep the flame in her and then electrocuting her so she wouldn't leave. While Clarke's reasoning may have made sense in her mind, her decisions are in no way excusable. Mothers are practical ..
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