November 21, 2018

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Watch The Purge Online: Season 1 Episode 9

Was the purge a big waste of time? That was the debate Joe had with Jane on The Purge Season 1 Episode 9, as the pair continued to fight for the power of the company, but only one of them could win. Watch The Purge Season 1 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, Miguel teamed up with Pete to rescue Penelope when it emerged that she was not far away from them. However, the pair were led into a trap and had to fight for their lives. Use the video above to watch The Purge online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Scariest Moments in Television History Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Black Lightning Online: Season 2 Episode 4

Was Anissa ruining everything? That's what Jefferson seemed to think on Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 4 after he learned more about his daughter's reckless behavior on the streets of Freeland. Watch Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 4 Online With his diminishing ability to keep the streets safe, Jefferson set out to make sure his daughter was not up to no good. Also, Khalil continued his mission to try and get closer to Jennifer after more details about his past are revealed. Use the video above to watch Black Lightning online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Black Lightning Photos From "The Book of Consequences: Chapter Four: Translucent Freak" Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Mayans M.C. Online: Season 1 Episode 9

Did the Galindo family cut their losses with the Mayans for good? That was revealed on Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 9 when the Galindos continued to try and find meaning after all of the backstabbing. Watch Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, a surprising secret that threatened to change everything for the Mayans was dropped in the closing minutes, and someone took swift action as revenge. Also, EZ had to make a decision of his own about the future. Use the video above to watch Mayans M.C. online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Scariest Moments in Television History Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch The Rookie Online: Season 1 Episode 3

Did Lucy step in to save Tim? That was revealed on The Rookie Season 1 Episode 3 when the Lucy recognized that Tim was enabling his wife's terrible behavior and was not taking care of himself. Watch The Rookie Season 1 Episode 3 Online Meanwhile, Nolan and Talia were in danger when they lost control of a cirme scene, and had to debate whether people were genetically bad, and what that meant for an officer. Was either of them correct? Use the video above to watch The Rookie online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 8 Captivating Cast Members of ABC's The Rookie Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Serpiente/Chikchan

Kurt Sutter has struck again, and this time he means business. A coherent, uncomplicated story was told on Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 9, which led it to be the best episode of Season 1 so far. It started with a bang and ended with a bang, and for the first time since the show premiered, it left me wanting more. And the fact that the first major death of the series occurred on this episode isn't even the main reason I enjoyed it so much; although it was a small reason. That's right, Mayans M.C. has officially said goodbye to Devante, the man who has been with the Galindo cartel for decades. But Miguel is someone who firmly stands behind the philosophy of out with the old, in with the new. Devante's head may have been chopped off, but it was all for the greater good or at least that's what Adelita would like us all to believe. In fact, as a way to make the partnership a done deal, Adelita was the one who beheaded Devante. Related: Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Cucaracha/K'uruch Sometimes loyalty doesn't pay off, sorry buddy. The entirety of "Serpiente/Chikchan" was built up to Devante's demise and it was executed perfectly. Miguel's sudden cold shoulder to Devante seemed a little out of the blue. At first, it just seemed like Miguel was over Devante's old-fashioned ways, but in reality, he found out about Devante's lie that he forced Dita to tell. Cristobal Sr. died from pneumonia, not a kidnapping. Mayans M.C. delivered a vital PSA here, don't lie to the drug cartel leader that you're working for. It'll just get you killed. Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channels for Addictive Dramas, Hilarious Comedies & Hit Movies! Miguel and Devante's final scene together was chilling. Devante accepted his fate well before it happened, and just wanted to make sure Miguel knew he loved his family. Miguel even thanked him before having him killed! These people are sick and twisted. While Miguel's new partnership with Adelita didn't work out too well for Devante, it did seem to work out for the M.C. Galindo held a meeting with all of them including Alvarez and for the first time on the show, all major characters were in the same scene. Bishop: Prospect, the bikes. Miguel: I'm okay if Ezekiel stays. It might be useful to have someone remember the details of what we say. Permalink: I'm okay if Ezekiel stays. It might be useful to have someone remember the details of what we... Added: October 30, 2018 The M.C.'s role in the Galindo cartel will now be much more vital to the organization, but also be more profitable. Bishop and company are on board, and Angel, Coco, and Gilly are over the moon to know Adelita did not rat them out. At least that's one secret Angel doesn't have to worry about anymore, but unfortunately for him, he has another one on his plate. Related: Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Ra..

New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Anthropocene

If that hour wasn't considered a tearjerker then what is? New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 6 was the show at its best. The series knows how to move you with its touching cases and these lovable characters of whom you can't get enough. It's a series that gets better with each installment, and there is something magical about watching everything, from the writing to the chemistry between the actors and characters, to the music fall into place. It makes you happy that you're on this journey with the series at it continues to find its footing and carve out its place -- a place it earns. One of the best things the series has going for it is the ability to play around and mix up combinations of characters. The writers make a conscious effort to put together unusual pairings, and it's fun when it varies from the norm. Helen and Kapoor were an excellent duo. Iggy and Kapoor are a pair who work together the most and are the bromance of the series. If you take a gender-neutral approach with the term, Max and Helen fit the bill as well. However, Helen and Kapoor proved that you can mix up the characters and still have a fun dynamic. They worked well together, and the case that they were on was such an emotional one. It's a wonder both of those sensitive souls didn't end up in a fit of tears by the hour's end. And while you two are heroically saving lives I will be out charming rich people out of their money. Max Permalink: And while you two are heroically saving lives I will be out charming rich people out of their... Added: October 30, 2018 Kapoor took on the tears this time around when his patient, the father, spoke of how little time there is with children. There is never enough time, and that resonated with Kapoor who has a strained relationship with his son that we witnessed on New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 5. Related: New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Cavitation Helen and Kapoor's case touched on climate change. The show has fallen into the habit of tackling current events and issues plaguing society, not just in the medical field, but in all aspects of life. Most of the time they do it well, and there are other times when it's lacking or not handled as well. Even then, the show deserves accolades for daring to take on an issue or two per hour. It rarely comes across hamfisted, and that's part of New Amsterdam's charm. It's what makes it schmaltzy, but it's also what makes it so feel-good. New Amsterdam could pull off slipping in facts about climate change and how the effects of it are impacting us at an alarming rate, and it didn't feel preachy this time around. It was also amusing that the technology failed Kapoor and Helen when trying to determine what was ailing the father and son. Kapoor isn't the type to put all of his faith in technology. There was an easy fix to the ancient rendition of a common ailment. It was a rel..

FBI Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Family Man

Things got a little heavy on FBI Season 1 Episode 6 as the FBI tried to retrieve Senator Lynch’s missing daughter before it’s too late. Maggie seemed to be more concerned than everyone else, considering what she knows about kidnappings. Maggie: We have 2 hours to get on top of this. OA: Kidnappers gave them 24. Maggie: 75 percent of abducted kids never make it or killed within 3 hours. That email came an hour ago. Permalink: We have 2 hours to get on top of this Added: October 30, 2018 The beginning of the search was quite a puzzle as the nanny has been with the family for the past two years without criminal records and she was the only suspect they have for the kidnapping. Fortunately, security cameras were present all over the place, and they were able to see what happened. Elena, the nanny, wasn’t the suspect but was also a victim of the kidnapping. So, they were back to step one after Elena was ruled out as a suspect. But the count dropped to zero as soon as they found the van used was abandoned and found the suspect-turned-potential witness dead inside it, much to Maggie's dismay. It was disappointing, to say the least. Best lead just went cold. OA Permalink: Best lead just went cold. Added: October 30, 2018 After some digging back at the headquarters, Kristen was able to find a possible suspect from years ago. At first, Jubal was skeptic about a gossip being the root of all the problems, but Dana was so right when she said this: Just because it was gossip doesn’t mean it’s not true. Dana Permalink: Just because it was gossip doesn’t mean it’s not true. Added: October 30, 2018 With investigative procedural shows such as this, it's always who you least expect who turns out to be the suspect. And, in real life, too. So, kudos, Dana! Now that they have a lead, they also had to ask for a confirmation. The information was passed from the headquarters onto Maggie's team back in Senator Lynch's house. True enough, Senator Lynch admitted to an affair and an encounter a few months back. How could Senator Lynch lie about having an affair with someone named Nicole? The issue is not about extramarital affairs. It was outright dumb, especially when your kid's life is at risk. Also, since the senator himself admitted to the fact that Nicole was crazy. You can't call someone crazy and expect people to believe she can't be a suspect. The goal is to save their baby. Not their marriage. Maggie Permalink: The goal is to save their baby. Not their marriage. Added: October 31, 2018 However, the search comes back full circle again when they forced enter Nicole's place and found another child in a room that looks a lot like Senator Lynch. If this were a soap opera, the case of the missing child would have already been solved, but it isn't. And, at least, Maggie and co. did their job right by covering all grounds. They found out about Nicole's disability and how she can't be the one b..

The Flash Season 5 Episode 4 Review: News Flash

This may have been the most entertaining episode of The Flash we have seen so far this season. And that’s even with the absence of resident Flash funny guy, Cisco Ramon. The Flash Season 5 Episode 4 may have taken a more talking, less action type of approach than usual, but it was still able to produce an intricate story that moved almost every important plotline along nicely. It was also really, really funny. In my review for The Flash Season 5 Episode 3, I discussed how both Candice Patton and Grant Gustin possess tremendously strong comedic chops. I also expressed how much I missed being able to witness those chops being flex. This week, I got my wish, with one of the best cold opens the show has probably ever given us. Beyond the epic soundtrack, I didn’t quite realize how much I would enjoy watching the West-Allens fail miserably at things. But boy oh boy, was it entertaining. Iris was an utter disaster in the kitchen, and Barrys failed attempts to lie about her cooking highlighted the natural ease and rapport Gustin and Patton have so flawlessly built into these characters. It was also incredibly refreshing to see them in a domestic environment, doing everyday things. Audiences don’t usually get much of that in plot-driven shows, so for the writers to gift us with this kind of rare scene was an absolute treat. It was also delightful to watch Nora fit herself into the mix. She may still be clearly distancing herself from her mother, but there were definite moments of a pure organic family bond happening. Related: The Flash Season 5 Episode 3 Review: The Death of Vibe Taking pictures of Iris’ pancakes for proof that she has always cooked lumpy food? Amazing. Gustin's comedic skills were also in full force this episode. From Barry’s reaction to Iris’ breakfast attempt to learning his daughter is gay, to his horrible lack of talent in softball, it was all genius. It’s quite amusing to witness The Flash being so terribly uncoordinated at something, but Gustin’s innate sense for both physical and self-deprecating humor amped the scenes up to full hilarity. The West-Allen’s weren’t the only dynamic that shined throughout the episode. As I predicted, the growing relationship between Sherloque and Ralph is working very well for both characters. It isn’t just because of how much I enjoy hearing Sherloque call Ralph “baby giraffe” at every given opportunity, either. It’s more so about what the two characters can bring out in one another. We don’t know much about Sherloque, but we do know he’s arrogant and overconfident. In contrast, Ralph’s utter lack of faith in his abilities makes the two men fantastic foils for one another. They also stand a chance at learning quite a bit from their interactions. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again; I’ve never been the biggest fan of Ralph. But when he’s not regurgitating slapstick humor that doesn’t fit the shows otherwise quick and witty tone, he ..

The Rookie Season 1 Episode 3 Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Will good people do the right thing when it matters or are we all just one bad day away from committing a crime? Do these questions even matter when we've got Nolan offering hugs, Bishop's epic eye roll, and a shirtless scene with Officer Bradford on The Rookie Season 1 Episode 3? Those three things are just a few of the reasons why The Rookie is our new favorite police drama. This show somehow manages to weave together a conversation about what it means to be a cop with action, drama, and just enough chuckles to make sure we aren't overwhelmed. Not to mention those gorgeous southern California sunsets. I'm considering packing my bags right now. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! But back to the actual job of policing... In what other profession can you be chasing zombies on a train, have to cut a guy out of an ATM machine, and then have a gun held to your head on a rooftop? But it's certainly not for everybody as Officer Lopez pointed out in this The Rookie quote... One out of three rookies washes out, so odds are either you, Chen, or Nolan won’t be here in a year. Officer Lopez Permalink: One out of three rookies washes out, so odds are either you, Chen, or Nolan won’t be here in... Added: October 30, 2018 Will Nolan, Chen, and West all survive to the end of The Rookie Season 1? They're all certainly determined to beat the odds. Sgt. Grey still has his reservations about our 40-year-old rookie, but John Nolan has found a certain equilibrium with Grey that seems to work for him. Sgt. Grey: Babysitting a termination. Patrol officers' favorite assignment. So, who should I bless with it? [Officer Nolan raises his hand.] Officer Nolan are you volunteering? Officer Nolan: Just embracing the inevitable. Sgt. Grey: Smart man. Permalink: Smart man. Added: October 30, 2018 Bishop thinks Nolan is too trusting, and I can't say she's wrong. Nolan wants to believe in the good in people but he has to be able to balance that with watching his back. That employer asked the police to be there when he terminated that woman because he knew she was a little crazy, and although I appreciate that Nolan is a gentleman and offered to carry her box, what if she'd had a gun in the car? What if she began firing instead of vandalizing someone's vehicle? The father who stole the bag of money was a heartbreaker. How many of us, especially when reduced to playing for tips on a train, could walk past a bag of money? Officer Nolan: How could you possibly know he was going to take the money? Officer Bishop: Because everyone’s an opportunist. Guy who plays the guitar for change, he sees a bag of money, he’s going to steal it ten times out of ten. Permalink: Because everyone’s an opportunist. Guy who plays the guitar for change, he sees a bag of... Added: October 30, 2018 Of course stealing the m..

NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 6 Review: Pound of Flesh

Pride is headed for a crash. He literally sleepwalked through NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 6. And his friends new and old were all concerned about the state of his health, both medical and physical. Remember the whole idea of Pride taking the Special Agent in Charge position was so he could recuperate while lending his expertise and shuffling papers? Well, that lasted for an episode, or more like part of one. Instead, what we've gotten is Pride doing what he's always done, only this time in a suit with a new director leading his old team when he's busy. Not with his new job, mind you, but occupied with other matters. Related: NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 5 Review: In the Blood Like, apparently, offscreen doctors' visits. Not that he's listening to them. Why else would he bring in Calvin for another opinion? But Calvin, who I hope will be a recurring character, just confirmed what the specialists that Pride had seen had already told him. Since we never actually saw any of these appointments, let's see if I can summarize: Slow down. Take it easy. You've been through a traumatic ordeal. Give your body time to heal. All sound advice, if only Pride would listen. But there's always something more pressing so he can't sit and enjoy a cold beer and some blues. This time, it was his new assistant getting hunted by an organ thief with supernatural delusions. Watch NCIS: New Orleans: Season 5 Episode 5 No, this isn't Criminal Minds. The organs aren't being gift wrapped or put up in Mason jars. Instead, the medical school expellee was in a much more transactional frame of mind, filling a particular order. And poor Ginny was right in his crosshairs. We haven't learned much about Ginny so far. She's efficient and ambitious, and that's about all we know. We added spunky to her list of qualities. Ginny was able to escape from Marquez. Despite the drugs in her system, she led Pride to where she had been held, no mean feat in New Orleans with all those abandoned houses. That crime scene gave the team enough clues to close in on Marquez and disrupt his operation (bad choice of words) for a time. Now she and Pride have bonded over life-threatening situations. She may yet become an interesting character if Pride manages to remain the SAC for any length of time. Not that that's likely Related: CBS Cheat Sheet Ginny's getting captured a second time does beg the question of, once they determined Marquez's plan, why wasn't Ginny under some protection? If nothing else, have her hang out at her office, surrounded by other NCIS agents. But no. She was home alone, ripe for the snatching. And Pride blundered right into that. Isn't the saying that insanity is doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result? Does this make Pride insane? After all, he keeps plunging into dangerous situations, without ever ..
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