January 21, 2019

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Watch I Am Jazz Online: Season 5 Episode 3

Did Jazz get the reception she was expecting? On I Am Jazz Season 5 Episode 3, the teenager appeared on ABC's Nightline to discuss her upcoming surgery, and had a lot to say about it. Watch I Am Jazz Season 5 Episode 3 Online Meanwhile, Jeanette threw a farewell party for a certain part of Jazz's anatomy. Also, Jack faced a health issue that could affect his ability to travel to NYC for Jazz's surgery. Use the video above to watch I Am Jazz online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Critics' Choice Awards 2019: All the Television Winners! 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 Gifted Online: Season 2 Episode 12

Did Evangeline manage to revive the mutant underground? On The Gifted Season 2 Episode 12, the X-Men was on the verge of failure, leaving many lives up in the air. Watch The Gifted Season 2 Episode 12 Online Meanwhile, Lauren and Andy continued to disagree in their dreams as the Frost Sisters set out to find out the truth. Also, Caitlin made a risky decision to connect with a family member for vital intel, but was it too late? Use the video above to watch The Gifted online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 27 Most Annoying TV Characters of 2018 Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

The Rookie Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Flesh and Blood

It was a strange day on The Rookie Season 1 Episode 10 as everyone, except Officers West and Lopez traded partners. As much as I love the regular pairings, it's always fun to see how characters react when things are changed up, and while some acted the way I'd expected, others surprised me. There was no doubt that Grey was going to ride with Nolan, even with Jackson waving his hand in the air like the proverbial teacher's pet. Officer Nolan: Sgt. Grey, I’d be honored if you rode with Officer West today. Sgt. Grey: That’s cute, Officer Nolan, but you know my heart belongs to you. Officer Nolan: Lucky me. Permalink: ...you know my heart belongs to you. Added: January 15, 2019 Although Grey appears to respect Nolan more than he did on The Rookie Season 1 Episode 1, he still wasn't cutting the oldest rookie any slack, but Nolan getting kicked in the balls by one tough granny did seem to earn him sympathy points. They almost, kind of, bonded over their kids, but perhaps more importantly, their kids bonded over having fathers who are police officers. Related: The Rookie: Sarah Shahi Cops Recurring Role This is all new for Henry, but this has been Dominique's life. Hearing about how Sgt. Grey was shot while Dominique was still in middle school was an eye opener for Henry. Henry hadn't grown up worrying that his father would never come home safe at the end of the day, but now that's a real concern. I appreciated that these two teens, one a freshman in college and the other a senior in high school, weren't portrayed as dumb kids but as smart, caring young adults who were concerned about their parents...while still trying to hide a bad grade in biology. Both fathers handled those concerns well. They didn't try to downplay the dangers because they realize their kids are smarter than that and they respect them. Nolan even went so far as to offer to step away from his new career if it upset Henry that much, which speaks to how much he loves his son. In turn, Henry loves his father enough not to ask him to quit the job he loves. The only thing that disappointed me about Henry's visit was that we didn't get more of it. I want to see him spend more time with Nolan and interact with the other rookies more than mentioning that they follow each other on social media. I was also really hoping to see how Henry and Lucy interacted in a more social setting. I know that John and Lucy have broken up, and Henry has no idea they were in a relationship, but I still wouldn't mind seeing what the two think of one another. And I wanted to hear the story about the turducken and what happened to the cat. Related: Get True Crime Files by ID via Prime Video Channels for Over 1,000 Real-life Mystery & Suspense Shows! It wasn't just Sgt. Grey out on patrol, Captain Andersen was out there too. Learning more about the Captain was a treat. The woman is smart, steady, c..

New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 11 Review: A Seat at the Table

This show is special to me and makes me feel all fuzzy and warm inside. It's like a warm embrace at the end of a tiring day. Sorry, it's just that New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 11 was super emotional, which is to say it was business as usual on a series that makes it its mission to trigger a person's allergies. What are we supposed to do with all of these emotions?! Let's start with Max's chemotherapy. Max, like most doctors, is the worst patient ever! He wouldn't sit his busybody behind down for anything in the world. The thing is, chemo has a way of knocking a person on their ass, so no matter how much Max tried to put it off, it caught up to him. It's easy to think of him as invincible the way he's always on the move, and he never lets anything get him down for too long, so his optimism about the situation was infectious. Will you be my deputy medical director? Max Permalink: Will you be my deputy medical director? Added: January 15, 2019 I loved Max's chemo support group. They were warm and bubbly despite the situation that they found themselves in, and they were open to Max joining them and getting to know them. They wanted to support him, which is why it was so frustrating that he wouldn't spend enough time with them to allow them to do that. They weren't judgmental about it nor did they take it personally. They bided their time because they knew he would have to sit there with them eventually, so they gave him as much as advice as he was willing to take until that moment. "That moment" was Max running out of gas halfway up the subway steps. It was heartbreaking to see him like that because this is a man who never slows down. It was time to face reality, and of course, call his second. As per usual, the series graced us with another fabulous Max and Helen scene to close out the hour. Taking off the shipper friendly glasses for a moment, I love how beautiful and genuine their friendship is because it isn't often that a show captures such a deep bond between two people meant to remain platonic. Related: New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Six or Seven Minutes They're so open and vulnerable with one another, for example, Max had no problem sharing his fears with his friend as he stared into that chemo room. He doesn't want to sit in that chair if it meant his colleagues and friends would see him as another patient. Helen: We paid enough for those chairs. Our Medical director can sit in them. Max: I don't want everyone to see me so weak, you know? That's why I can't let Georgia come. That's why I can't sit in that chair. Everyone is going to see me. Helen: The answer is yes, Max. I'll be your deputy. Max: Really? Helen: Go, be weak. Sit. Permalink: I don't want everyone to see me so weak, you know? Added: January 15, 2019 He didn't want to appear weak. It was an honest and raw mom..

NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 11 Review: Vindicta

That was a pretty well thought-out balancing act. Pride and his team got a measure of justice for Cassius on NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 11. But no one could conclude that Apollyon has been taken out of the picture altogether. Sure, the agency of rogue intelligence agents has been crippled, but let's not pretend it's gone. Is it realistic to believe that a regional law-enforcement office would have more impact on Apollyon that the national intelligence agencies that have been chasing it for years? Not really. Granted, Pride was more personally involved than those intelligence professionals, since Loretta had been abducted and his father ultimately killed. But was his trying harder actually enough to drive Apollyon's leader out of hiding? I wouldn't think so. But let's set the feasibility of this storyline aside. It was still an enjoyable experience, which did a good job setting up what's to come in the immediate future. Related: NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Tick Tock Pride was a man off balance throughout. He was trying to suppress his grief, take care of his family and find a mercenary spy agency, all at the same time. That's a lot for anyone to handle, let alone someone who was recuperating from a near-death experience. Poor Dwayne. He took that Special Agent in Charge position largely to be under less stress. But that really hasn't worked out, and the blame for most of that falls at his own feet. He's not willing to take a step back. This Apollyon mess isn't his fault, mind you. Its leader came after Pride, although for what reason isn't terribly clear. Why pop your head up unnecessarily rather than stay hidden? Walker and his team invaded NCIS headquarters back on NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 2, to find NCIS codes that would allow them to locate a CIA black site housing a high-value target. This elite spy group couldn't find a more subtle approach than the equivalent of a smash-and-grab? Taking Cassius and Loretta to pressure Pride to use his newfound authority to free Parsons on NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 Episode 10 made a little more sense. But Parsons was such a loose cannon that it was predictable that that scheme would end badly for someone, in this case, Cassius and quite a few Apollyon agents. Related: Watch NCIS: New Orleans Online: Season 5 Episode 10 Plus that enabled Pride to learn about Apollyon and put a pissed-off Dwayne on their tail. Sounds like a lose-lose situation to me. Why did the Apollyon leader tell Pride where to find him? Possibly because he's another misdirection. Walker was still on the loose after escaping the prison in Slidell, so maybe he's more than a mercenary for hire. That's why I don't think Apollyon is done for good. Not everything went together neatly in this episode. A bonus of this spy hunt is that we got to learn a good deal more about Hannah's situatio..

The Flash Season 5 Episode 10 Review: The Flash & The Furious

That was an interesting way to open the second half of the season. The Flash Season 5 Episode 10 took a unique approach to the 5B opener, choosing not only to migrate away from its typical high level of action sequences but also to sideline a good chunk of its main characters. Cicada was nowhere to be found this episode, although Team Flash did inform viewers he was successfully hiding off the grid somewhere. Ralph was also absent due to visiting his mother, while Joe West was off traveling in another country. However, those particular absences weren’t the only ones who made this episode feel somewhat empty. It was the lack of actual Flash that had me questioning the writers' choices. Related: Watch The Flash Online: Season 5 Episode 10 “The Flash and The Furious” focused primarily around Nora and her quest to understanding the concept of forgiveness. Ironic, considering the episode title. After Barry got conveniently sidelined over an issue that feels like something Cisco should have caught beforehand, Nora was put in the driver's seat and forced to save the day. It was a catalyst for Nora to figure out a way to put her trust back in Thawne. She just discovered all the atrocities he committed against her family, after all. Still, it felt like extreme measures to get Nora to “come around to old Eobard again.” Nora learning how to become a superhero in her own right is never monotonous, and The Flash being so dedicated to her growth as a character is admirable. However, in this case, it felt like the episode showcased her evolving smarts as a heroic Speedster only to have her naively step back into Thawne's manipulative game plan in the last two minutes of screen time. It also felt very out of character for Barry Allen, who just a few episodes prior almost killed Thawne when faced with him again, to admit that Thawne could “become a better man.” Related: The Flash Season 5 Episode 9 Review: Elseworlds, Part One Yes, The Flash is the “soft” superhero of The CW bunch, but Barry Allen is still meant to be a human being, and a human being has complex emotions. It doesn’t matter who you are, the person who killed your mother is never going to be redeemable in your eyes. Especially not someone like Thawne. Too much has happened between the two of them. That was very clearly exhibited during Thawne’s extremely resentment-charged monologue to Nora about their continuing rivalry. So why was Barry so quick to admit Thawne might be capable of change? What exactly has he done, in Barry’s presence, to allow him that faith? What has he done even in Nora’s presence, except foam at the mouth when it comes to The Flash? Absolutely nothing. That’s what. It’s clear the plan for the second half of the season is to have Thawne’s storyline come into narrower focus, but altering the characters essential traits and motives to manipulate the narrative doesn’t ever play naturally. Sorry Flash writers, but that doesn’t ..

Project Blue Book Season 1 Episode 2 Review: The Flatwoods Monster

Strange things are happening all around Dr. Hynek. While he thought he solved the Flatwoods Monster case on Project Blue Book Season 1 Episode 2, he left the small West Virginia town with more questions than answers. Hynek is still thinking like a scientist, but with all the weird getting thrown at him, he's beginning to take a different perspective about what's happening in the world of spaceships and aliens. If Sarah and her family were the only ones to have witnessed the monster that emerged from the crashed spaceship, Hynek wouldn't have questioned the "truth" of his explanations. Evelyn also being a witness to the monster (it even spoke to her!) made the situation all the more mysterious. And the fact that she knew about the Man in the Black Hat (or "men in hats" as she said) sent his inquiring mind into overdrive. A woman in a mental institution claiming she saw a monster is one thing, but claiming she's been talking to the same guy Hynek has seen every time he's on a case is something completely different. Related: Project Blue Book Season 1 Episode 1 Review: The Fuller Dogfight Hynek doesn't quite understand what the picture means (could it be a photo of an alien ship?) that the Man in the Black Hat left for him, but he knows it's a breadcrumb on the trail to the truth. And he also knows deep down that Evelyn's death wasn't an accident. I can't quite figure out why the Man in the Black Hat would push her out the window -- if that's what happened. I can't imagine she jumped of her own volition. It might be that it's not the Man in the Black Hat as we know him at all but some other government operative working to quiet the witnesses. But if they killed Evelyn, why not Sarah and her family? And if it really was the Man in the Black Hat who did the deed, why did he do it? Many things baffle me about the Man in the Black Hat. How does he know precisely where Hynek is going so that he can make sure he's seen? What if Hynek decided not to question Evelyn? Why does he keep sending cryptic messages? I also wonder why Hynek hasn't said anything to Quinn about the Man in the Black Hat considering he only shows up when Hynek is with Quinn. Related: Magnum P.I. Season 1 Episode 11 Review: Nowhere to Hide I know it's all part of the fun, so I'm just going to enjoy the story and not try to get too deep into the logic of it all because so far the story is a blast! How long Hynek will believe his theory about the meteor and owl being the spaceship and monster is anyone's guess. It might have been the truth, but the government is hiding something, and they're using Hynek to divert the truth of what's happening. I'm not sure that the spaceship in the hangar was from the Flatwoods site because it was in too good a shape to have gotten recovered from a crash, but the Air Force is recovering spaceships and aliens from ..

Roswell, New Mexico Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Pilot

OK, I'm convinced. I didn't think it was possible, but when a show works, it works. As someone who has been against the increasing amount of reboots hitting the air, I was prepared to write off Roswell, New Mexico as a wasted attempt to cash in on a show that is still beloved by its fans many years after it originally aired. Thankfully, Roswell, New Mexico Season 1 Episode 1 does not pale in comparison to the original Roswell and is a solid series that perfectly encapsulates the values of a WB drama from back in the day. It has a similar setup to the original series, but the execution is different enough to rule this a whole different show and not a reboot. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! Probably helping things is the fact that the high school years have been left in the rear view mirror. Oh yes, TV Fanatics, we're picking up with this love story after a ten-year hiatus, and I'm here for every single minute of it. Max: So, where have you been? Liz: Denver, working on an experimental regenerative medicine study. We were on to something special, but of course, we lost funding because someone needs money for a wall. And now I'm here, wearing an antenna and sharing a shake with my high school lab partner. Max: Oh, are we sharing? Liz: Yeah. Permalink: So, where have you been? Added: January 15, 2019 I'm calling it now: Liz and Max are going to be the breakthrough 'Ship of 2019. There's something about the way they look at each other that convinces me to hell and back that they're going to become the next big TV couple. That chance meeting at the top of the pilot perfectly introduced viewers to a love story that's going to burn bright. Despite never really professing their love to each other, Liz felt comfortable with Max in the diner. Jeanine Mason and Nathan Parsons turned in convincing performances as the two characters who clearly just want to cut the bull, get married, and live happily ever after. But this is TV, and there's no such thing as happily ever after ... at least until the series finale rolls around. Max's decision to save Liz when she was shot was not surprising. He wanted the love of his life to live another day. You know, I used to think about what I would say if I ever saw you again. Max Permalink: You know, I used to think about what I would say if I ever saw you again. Added: January 15, 2019 Max was consumed by love when he decided to remove the bullet and the wound from Liz's body that he never stopped to think about the consequences of his actions. The ketchup was a good trick, but I'm glad it didn't stop Liz from being confused about the whole thing. The hole in her clothing right where the scar was on her body was a dead giveaway. Liz was a standout character from the get-go. She stands up for what she believe..

This Is Us Season 3 Episode 10 Review: The Last Seven Weeks

Wow, a lot can happen in seven weeks, at least that was the case for the Pearson clan. That's right; the Pearsons are back and better than ever. I know what you're thinking, how can all three Pearson siblings be back and better than ever? One of them had to end the episode in a crumbling mess after screwing up majorly. It's a tradition for the Big Three after all. While it started that way on This Is Us Season 3 Episode 10, by the end of Election Night, all three siblings managed to make their relationships with their romantic partners even stronger. It was a proud moment for the Pearsons. Despite limited screen time, it felt as though Jack Pearson's presence was strong on "The Last Seven Weeks." The numerous speeches and life lessons he taught them throughout their younger years finally paid off, especially for Randall. Let's be honest, Randall's been kind of a mess lately. Beth put it best when she said Randall, "tries too hard and cares too much." That is what's led to the issues he and Beth had been having. Related: This Is Us Season 3 Episode 9 Review: The Beginning is the End is the Beginning He was putting in a lot of effort into the campaign despite the community consistently telling him they didn't want him to be the next councilman. An ordinary man would've given up by now, but Randall isn't typical. It seemed like perhaps it was going to be too hard and too late for Randall to fix things with Beth. That was until he reflected on these wise words from his father during their trip to Washington D.C. All that stuff you worry about, having balance. In my experience, there's one key piece to that puzzle. I just hope the universe puts the right person in your path like your mom was for me. You know someone who brings out all the good stuff, your best stuff because by god son, what a force you will be. Jack Permalink: All that stuff you worry about, having balance. In my experience, there's one key piece to... Added: January 15, 2019 For Randall to honestly feel like he won, he needed Beth on his side, just like Jack had Rebecca on his side. The talk between Jack and Teen Randall was super sweet. We don't get to see these heart-to-hearts Jack and Rebecca had with their kids nearly as much as we used to. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! It's essential for the show to continue this moving forward because these simple talks between father and son are incredibly important. It reminds This Is Us Fanatics about how much the Pearson kids have grown throughout the years. Randall did what Pearsons do best and gave Beth and his kids a grandiose speech that had them and us swooning. You know one day I'm going to be an old man, laying in bed with a pink blanket pulled over me. Maybe the pink blanket's pale, I can't remember. Anyway, do y..

Good Trouble Season 1 Episode 2 Review: The Coterie

Second-hand embarrassment is real. If you made it through Good Trouble Season 1 Episode 2 without covering your eyes, grabbing your head, or making the Chrissy Teigen cringe face, then I applaud you. I feel for all of my Coterie babies. I feel for them all so much. Let's talk about sex, or rather sexuality and how the return of one of the most universally beloved characters from The Fosters led to some of the most honest, raw, and enlightened discourse on bisexuality in quite some time. Jude is about 37 years old and 17 feet tall now, but he'll always be Judicorn to me. He'll also forever remain the wisest, most reflective and intuitive Foster kid out of the bunch. His conversation with Callie about sexuality and what it should and shouldn't mean was classic Jude once he realized why Callie inquired about the topic in the first place. Good Trouble takes a more realistic and grittier approach when tackling the tough topics. It presents viewers with the real sentiments, errant comments, political incorrectness and problematic aspects of society, and it uses likable, seemingly unproblematic characters to do that, and then it casually but effectively shows viewers why they should reconsider. Callie: Remember in the Turks when you said you hooked up with a lot of guys who had girlfriends? Were they bisexual or gay and in the closet? Jude: They were gay when they were with me. Permalink: They were gay when they were with me. Added: January 14, 2019 It's informative without being preachy. It presents another way of looking at something and allows the viewer to process that and maybe shift their viewpoint because they understand an issue better than they did when they went into the show. People, in general, are flawed, and there is an unfortunate tendency these days of permanently writing off people for every single error they make and not giving them the space to learn and grow. We're all capable of growth, otherwise, what's the point of trying to educate and advocate if we don't genuinely feel the people we're trying to reach are capable of change? Related: Good Trouble Season 1 Episode 1 Review: DTLA Callie was trying to sort through her feelings about Gael's rendezvous with another guy, and what was beautiful about how the series wrote this was Callie was given the space to be confused and curious without seeming like a terrible person or biphobic. It was a surprise, and she had a right to be surprised without having to feel compelled to defend herself for being caught off guard. Then there is Mariana whose sentiment that she would feel insecure about not being able to give a bisexual lover something that a guy could is a common viewpoint by many including the most open-minded and "tolerant" people, and it suited Mariana who has always felt insecure in her relationships. She's not a terrible person for feeling that way, despite how problematic and uninformed..
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