January 21, 2019

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TV Ratings Report: The Gifted Slumps to Series Lows

The Gifted returned to the air Tuesday night in a later time period, and the ratings were way down. The Gifted Season 2 Episode 10 slipped two-tenths to a mere 0.5 rating (1.7 million total viewers). The series has failed to show stability in the ratings of late, and it will likely be canceled at the end of the season unless the needle goes the other way. Not helping matters is that the series is the lowest-rated scripted drama on the network. Opening Fox's night was Lethal Weapon which scored another 0.7 rating (3.4 million total viewers). While this drama is down year-to-year, it has been relatively stable. It is just a tick above The Gifted in average ratings this season, meaning it is the second lowest-rated series on Fox. What are your thoughts on the ratings for these dramas? Is it time to end them? View Slideshow: 10 Best Shows of 2018

The Blacklist Season Premiere Photos: Will the Real Red Reddington Please Stand Up?!

Who is the real Raymond Reddington? And who is this man pretending to be him? Related: The Blacklist Season Finale Review: And the Bones Belong to... Those were the questions fans were left with at the end of The Blacklist Season 5 Episode 22 when Liz finally discovered the truth about her "father." But why is she so adamant on teaming up with a sister she barely knows to bring down a man who's done nothing but love and protect her over five seasons? The two-night premiere starts with Red giving the Task Force a case involving a plastic surgeon who creates new identities for criminals. It ends with Red being somewhere he doesn't really want to be. The Blacklist Season Season 6 Episode 1 airs on Thursday, January 3 at 10/9c and The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 2 airs on Friday, January 4 at 9/8c on NBC. The Blacklist will then air at its regular time on Fridays at 9/8c on NBC. Be sure to check back here for all our thoughts on The Blacklist. If you need to catch up before all the excitement begins, you can watch The Blacklist online right here via TV Fanatic! 1. All By Myself - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 2 There are probably a million thoughts running through Red's head right now. How long will he have to stay in jail? 2. A Special Visit - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 2 Is Liz working on a plan to get Red out of his current predicament? It's definitely a volatile situation! 3. No Choices - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 1 Whenever Red is holding a gun on someone, there's never a good outcome. Whatever it is he wants, whoever is on the other end of that gun better give him what he wants. 4. A Happy Red - For Now! - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 1 It's a new beginning for Red. He got rid of the bones, but does he have any idea what lies ahead? 5. Exercise Time! - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 1 Red and Dembe are feeling it as they do some martial arts exercises in the park. It's good to see Red taking some time to relax! 6. Was He Right? - The Blacklist Season 6 Episode 1 Dembe has been telling Red for the past few seasons to tell Liz the truth. Will Red finally realize Dembe was right? View Slideshow

All American Midseason Report Card: Biggest Twist, Sexiest Scene, and More!

Quite a bit went down on during the first half of All American Season 1, and we're looking back at some of the biggest moments. We had big revelations, love triangles, gang wars, big family secrets, and oh yeah, there was even some football mixed in there, too. Related: 21 Breakout Characters of 2018 All in all, All American is off to a solid start, and we are very much looking forward to seeing how it all plays out when the second half returns January 16. Check out our report card, and if you need to catch up, be sure to watch All American online! 1. Strongest Relationship It doesn't matter if you're on Team Layla or Team Olivia, the core relationship of this series is Spencer and Coop. These two have been through everything together, and no matter what, they will always be there for each other. The level of love and support they have between them makes them the most compelling relationship. 2. Redemption Arc That Ended in Tragedy When the season started, it looked like Shawn was going to be the bad guy who got in Spencer and Coop's way. It appeared he would be a bad inflence on Coop, but instead she helped him realze his potential. Shawn wanted to get out of the gang life and raise his daughter, but sadly he story ended in tragedy. 3. Character We're Most Concerned About Guys, we are really worried about Coop. She's been through so much in the first half of the season, and it doesn't look like it's going to get any better. With Shawn dead, we thought it might mean the end of Coop's gang involvement, but by the looks of it, it's just getting started. 4. Biggest Twist Jordan couldn't help himself snooping through his dad's bank transfers. He thought he would discover that he'd been sending money to Spencer's mom, but it turned out that he was sending it to his own father! Jordan and Olivia's grandpa lived in Crenshaw all along, and they had no idea. Why? It turns out that Grandpa Willy was not on board with Billy's choice for a wife, severing ties between them. 5. Best Football Moment After Asher gave the opposing team their playbook, it was looking like the Beverly High crew would lose in a heartbreaker. But, with some help from Chris, they pulled off the win with none other than the Philly Special! Spencer threw the winning touchdown pass to Jordan, and everyone celebrated their victory! 6. Most Twisted Love Triangle We spent most of the first half of the season wondering whether Spencer would end up dating Olivia or Layla. Both came with complications as Layla was already dating Asher and there was the small possibility that Olivia might be Spencer's sister. She wasn't, but they still didn't wind up together. For now, the love triangle has been put to rest, but we'll see if the friendship between the two ladies can be saved. View Slideshow

The Resident Promo: The Weight of the World!

Does this mean Marshall lives?! Resident Fanatics can breathe a sigh of relief because it looks like maybe, just maybe, Marshall Winthrop lives to see another day. As you recall, he was in a worrisome position on The Resident Season 2 Episode 9 when he started to code on the operating table after surgery. Of course, this is The Resident, and they are often full of surprises, so maybe it should be a small sigh of relief, for now. One of the most striking things about the promo is the haunting rendition of "Under Pressure" playing. It's perfect and fits the mood. I love it! Related: The Resident: 21 Reasons Season 2 Is the Best So Far! What also stands out is Devon, who is featured prominently. There is nothing in the promo to tip us off as to whether or not Julian survived her crash. It does appear as though Devon may still be reeling from his troubled personal life. That said, he's also shown to be thriving in his professional life. Conrad is looking on like ever the proud papa and quick to agree when a grateful patient showers Devon with praise and accolades for helping and saving her. Mark me down as excited and pleased with the hint of Conrad and Devon bromance! There's also some of that adorable Mina and Devon sibling-y goodness too. She was one of the first to notice the downward spiral he was taking in his personal life, and she may be the first to pull him out of the dumps when he needs it most. Devon can be heard asking Mina why she's helping him. "Because you need it," is her Mina-like response. The friendship between the two of them is the cutest thing ever. Mina goes to bat for her friends, so Devon is in the best hands. Related: 13 Stuttering Shows That Made a Comeback in 2018! Meanwhile, inquiring minds would love to know: what's going on with AJ? He mentions that the OR is a sacred place, but in a blink and you miss it moment, you can see him throwing some equipment in the OR, but why?! Elsewhere, Bell reminds everyone that he's a surgeon first and foremost, and that is all that matters to him. Could those be the words he says before he saves Marshall, or is that in reference to something else? Related: 21 Breakout Characters of 2018 Bell has kicked ass in the surgical field this season, so I can't be mad at the guy. Also, who is that handsome guy Nic is speaking to about passions, and why is she gloved up and about to administer medicine outside of the hospital and to who? The haunting, slow, and melodic "Under Pressure" sets the tone for an exciting promo of our favorite doctors and nurse saving lives, dealing with personal demons, and more! Related: Get Cinemax via Prime Video Channels for Hit Movies & Series that Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat! Are you as impatient as I am for new episodes?! Check out the promo below! The Resident returns January 14. Until then, you can watch The Resident online here via TV Fanatic!

The Walking Dead: Chandler Riggs Says It “Sucked” Being Written Out

The Walking Dead has lost a string of series regulars of late, and fans are still up in arms about the way Carl Grimes exited the AMC hit. Chandler Riggs, who played Carl has now opened up about his feelings about the exit and how it was handled. “It wasn’t just Carl dying, it was also me leaving the show and kind of moving on to other things,” Riggs revealed at San Jose Fan Fest after being asked about filming his death scene. "So in many ways, it was pretty symbolic just for the cast and crew, just for me to be leaving the show in the first place, it was a pretty big deal for all of us," he continued. "And yeah, it sucked, and it was many long days, but I’m really happy with how it turned out, and I’m really happy with my performances, and I’m happy with how I left the show.” Related: The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 8 Review: Evolution While there were initial reports that Riggs was shocked to be written out of the series, it sounds like the 19-year-old is ready to move on to the next chapter of his life. Leaving the show after nearly eight full seasons “opened up so many doors to so many more opportunities,” Riggs revealed. “Over the last year I’ve just spent a ton of time refining my craft and my acting, and I’m so excited to go on and do more projects where I can really showcase what I can do.” His exit also means that he can watch the show as a fan without knowing what's coming up, but it was “kind of weird at first, not really knowing what’s gonna happen.” Related: The Walking Dead: How Is It Holding Up Without Andrew Lincoln? The Walking Dead Season 9 has been a transitional one for the series. First, Andrew Lincoln bowed out as Rick Grimes after nine seasons as a series regular. This also coincided with Lauren Cohan departing as a series regular, and then there are some new villains to prove the show is royally switching things up. The new villains are The Whisperers, and their first order of business was killing Jesus (Tom Payne), despite the character going on to have a much bigger role in the comics than he did on the show. Oh yes, the TV show is all about deviating from the source material, it seems. What are your thoughts on the comments from Chandler? Hit the comments below. Remember you can watch The Walking Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. The Walking Dead returns Sunday, February 10 at 9/8c View Slideshow: 12 of the Worst Plot Twists of 2018

Watch The Gifted Online: Season 2 Episode 10

Did the Mutant Underground make the right decision? That was addressed on The Gifted Season 2 Episode 10 when they considered recruiting the Inner Circle to assist them. Watch The Gifted Season 2 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Andy considered reconnecting with his family when he learned about his father's powers. However, Lauren was against the idea because she felt like he did not act like a father when he and his team tried to take them down. 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.

Watch Lethal Weapon Online: Season 3 Episode 10

Did Cole find himself in too deep with his new romantic interest? On Lethal Weapon Season 3 Episode 10, the officer continued to spiral out of control following Natalie's engagement. Watch Lethal Weapon Season 3 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Murtaugh worried about his connection to a murder that could potentially give Trish a new opportunity. Also, Leo Getz continued to cause problems for the team, prompting Murtaugh to take action to fix things for everyone. Use the video above to watch Lethal Weapon online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 21 Shows with Unbelievable Off-Screen Drama In 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.

Watch Teen Mom OG Online: Season 6 Episode 14

What plan did Amber have to better her life? That was revealed on Teen Mom OG Season 6 Episode 14 when she made a decision about her relationship, and about her life as a mother. Watch Teen Mom OG Season 6 Episode 14 Online Meanwhile, Cheyenne opened up about what she regretted the most about her fraught relationship with her father, but how did her baby daddy feel about this regret? Also, Maci had more to say about the state of her relationship with Bentley's father. Use the video above to watch Teen Mom OG online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 33 Shamefully Addictive Reality Shows We Can't Stop Watching! 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 I Am Jazz Online: Season 5 Episode 1

Did Jazz fit the criteria for gender confirmation surgery? That was finally revealed on I Am Jazz Season 5 Episode 1 when she got her final weigh-in and the big decision. Watch I Am Jazz Season 5 Episode 1 Online Meanwhile, Dr. Bowers shocked Greg and Jeanette with some changes to the surgical plan. Also, Jazz and her friends made their way out for prom, but the night turned into a nightmare. Use the video above to watch I Am Jazz online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 10 Best Shows 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.

Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 11 Review: Resolution

Oh, I so desperately wanted Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 11 to wow us with something super flashy and potentially ridiculous. With its return pushed back to 2020, it would've also been satisfying to go out on an episode of consequence, one that leaves us with something to think about for the next TWELVE LONG MONTHS. Not that it wasn't exciting in parts. Even if there was only ONE Dalek. But it was a SUPER Dalek which was a twist. I guess? The issue is, and it's been a running issue in several episodes this season, there were TWO separate conflicts going on here and they pulled focus constantly and messed with the pacing. Related: Get Britbox via Prime Video Channels for the biggest streaming collection of TV from BBC & ITV... ever. First, there's the obvious problem of the 9th Century SUPER Dalek, defeated in a legendary battle where three warring tribes of Britain united to defeat it (shades of Tolkien there), revived by a couple of present-day archeologists, and back on track to destroy the Earth and humanity. The Dalek-Lin scenes are incredibly vicious and violent. There's a high level of discomfort in having the tentacled alien clinging to, penetrating(!), and forcibly making Lin do and say things against her will, threatening her own well-being as well as that of her friends. Trying to get out ahead of Dalek-Lin and, later, the re-encased Dalek, is a panicky, adrenaline-fueled pursuit. It's fast. It's reactive. It's scary. But meanwhile, we have Ryan's dad, Aaron, show up (good timing, that) and there are these long, quiet, emotionally-wrought scenes between him and Graham, then him and Ryan. Ryan: I don't care how it's been for you. This ain't about us commiserating with each other. This is about you making things right. Aaron: This is how you talk to your dad? Ryan: I don't know because he ain't been around. So don't come walking back in, demanding respect, cause that ain't where we are. Permalink: I don't know because he ain't been around. So don't come walking back in, demanding respect,... Added: January 01, 2019 Then him and Graham again... And then finally, him and Ryan again. I appreciate that the theme of family has been dominant this season and that, with Grace's death, both Ryan and Graham are invested in settling accounts with Aaron, specifically regarding his noticeable absences. He's a problematic character with an ambiguous tension between what we know of him -- abandoning Ryan after Ryan's mother's death, missing Grace's funeral -- and what we see of him here -- trying to make amends, totally lost in his life decisions, suddenly clever when it comes to fighting aliens. Ok, listen. Here's what you find out when you get older. There are things you've done in your life... to others, the decisions you've made, maybe when things were difficult. You get it wrong. But ..
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