January 21, 2019

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Dynasty Season 2 Episode 10 Review: A Champagne Mood

No time got wasted on Dynasty Season 2 Episode 10. The crash at the end of Dynasty Season 2 Episode 9 was addressed immediately revealing that Jeff Colby didn't just survive, he thrived after his brush with death. I was expecting the storyline, specifically the feud between Colby and Culhane to be a bit more drawn out, but I'm also glad we don't have to watch the only two African American characters go after each other for longer than necessary. When things were going good, Culhane and Colby made a solid team. They have a lot more in common than they initially believed. Colby may have been feeling some type of way -- and it wasn't the drugs talking -- but he still needed Culhane to pay for what he did. Related: Dynasty Review - Crazy Lady Revenge is popular in soaps, but I don't necessarily consider what Colby did to be vengeful. He may have snickered while telling Fallon the truth, and his intention may have been to sabotage their relationship, but telling her the truth was the right thing to do. Blake: Believe me, there was no other choice. Monica: You, Blake, should never start a sentence with believe me. Permalink: You, Blake, should never start a sentence with believe me. Added: January 18, 2019 Whatever happened next wasn't on Colby. View Slideshow: 27 Most Annoying TV Characters of 2018 Fallon gave Culhane plenty of chances to tell him the whole truth, and he purposefully left out that he'd decided to continue his dealings with Ada even after he'd gotten the blackmail back. It's possible Culhane was embarrassed by his naivety, or he just didn't want Fallon to look down on him. But Fallon is all about transparency in a relationship. Without trust, there is nothing left. Culhane should be glad she followed through on clearing his name and getting Nico off of his back. All hail Fallon, the Queen of blackmail. Fallon is a strong woman who didn't let her emotions affect her decision to help a man she cared about. Despite Fallon's meddling, it doesn't seem like Culhane's shaken Ada just yet. His family was the target of a robbery by the end of the episode, and my gut instinct is that the blonde mobster had something to do with it. How is he going to get out of messes without the Carrington's? Colby's death scene was ridiculous. Almost as absurd as Monica's Michael Jackson-inspired outfit. I could not take her seriously in those jeans and that bedazzled jacket. Usually, the fashion on Dynasty is impeccable, or at least stylistically appealing, but there was nothing okay about that MJ look. Related: 25 TV Characters Who Would Make Great Fitness Friends On the other hand, for a guy who almost died, Colby was functioning and looking better than I do on a daily basis, Monica said Colby's desire to make amends with his mother would bring back "trouble" into their lives. I really cannot wait to see what t..

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 Episode 10 Review: I Can Work With You

It is all rainbows and flowers until someone overhears your happy news and makes us all as conflicted as ever. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend deserves major props for their ability to make us care about both sides of a love triangle equally, but what happens when a choice gets made? That is definitely where the whole "why choose" conversation comes in because that is the real dilemma in all of this. During Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 Episode 10, Rebecca babysits Hebecca and through it connects more with her. But it is when Greg comes over that the two finally talk about their feelings and get together officially. Meanwhile, Nathaniel and Josh bond while trying to win the game night. The night takes a turn though when Nathaniel overhears Rebecca filling Paula in on how happy she is to be with Greg again. And Paula is secretly celebrating her graduating law school until she finally realizes that it is worth telling her friends about her accomplishment. "I Can Work With You," written by Rachel Specter & Audrey Wauchope, saw a few characters make significant progress from where there were when initially introduced. There was a real balance of humor mixed with honest emotion as Rebecca tried to bond with Hebecca and Greg tried to let his feelings lead him to his possible future. View Slideshow: 30 Most Inspiring Coming Out Moments There was a heartwarming aspect to so much happiness being passed around so easily this time around, which can be said without even mentioning that group effort on Josh's selfie game. That was just a genius little moment of comedy that served as a reminder of why Paula wanted to celebrate with her people. And then there is Nathaniel breaking all our hearts collectively; there are no words about what might come next with that. Related: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 Episode 8 Review Rebecca and Josh (and Nathaniel) How to accurately describe a relationship that makes your heart so happy? It was harder to root for Rebecca and Josh the first time around. Perhaps it was the way that they worked, but how much of that came from the pain they were both nursing? This time around so much of who they are together is them being honest about their feelings and wanting to talk things out in a healthy way. There is still pain, but each of them is taking steps to work on it instead of hiding it away. Skylar Astin definitely adds to this new and improved Greg; the shift in casting makes the way that Greg plays to his feelings seem more real. It is indeed a different person in front of us whose first instinct is to improve himself and to push for positivity, but that adds a bright layer to the season as a whole which is all about progress. The only worry is that we are about halfway through the season, which means the happy ending isn't exactly happy yet. And on the one hand, because this season is about moving to a better place for everyone before the show ends, there is no reason to ..

TV Ratings Report: A Million Little Things Soars in Thursday Debut

Maybe interrupting TGIT was a good idea. A Million Little Things soared to season highs in the demo, and a series high in total viewers. With 5.3 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating, it performed a little better than Station 19's fall average. Before that, Grey's Anatomy matched its highest ratings of the season with a 1.9 in the demo (7 million total viewers). The news was not all good for ABC. How to Get Away with Murder (2.8 million total viewers/0.7 rating) returned down a tenth in the demo but on par with its season average. Over on CBS, The Big Bang Theory (13.2 million/2.3 rating), Young Sheldon (11.4 million/1.7 rating), Mom (8.5 million/1.3 rating), and Fam (6 million/1.0 rating) were all down week-to-week. Supernatural (1.4 million/0.4 rating) was steady with its fall finale, while an encore of Roswell: New Mexico (1.1 million/0.3 rating) was on par with Legacies' average in the slot. Over on NBC, The Titan Games (4.9 million/1.3 rating), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2.8 million/0.9 rating) and The Good Place (2.6 million/0.8 rating) were all down, while Law & Order: SVU (4.2 million/0.9 rating) inched up a tenth. Gotham and The Orville each posted a 0.7 rating for Fox.

The Resident Promo: The Raptor’s Wrath!

Chastain will lose one of their own. On The Resident Season 2 Episode 11, former colleague and Devon's best friend, Bradley's days are numbered. If you don't recall, Bradley was admitted to the hospital earlier in the season for heart issues, and he was the recipient of a heart surgery that required the use of a QuoVadis medical device. Oh yes, QuoVadis is behind the death of another character we have come to know (and one we have come to love). Bradley is wheeled into the hospital once more, except this time, he won't be wheeled out. In the promo, you can see the reactions of many of the characters who have come to know Bradley. Related: The Resident Season 2 Episode 10 Review: Afer the Fall Mina and Nic are visibly upset, but Devon, as you can imagine, is shocked and devastated. It seems the gang won't have enough time to process the death of their friend before the blame game begins. What's the cause of Bradley's death? Bell can be heard stating that Bradley died due to surgical error. As Chastain's resident Cardio surgeon and the doctor on Bradley's case, AJ is in the hot seat. Related: Grey's Anatomy Season 15 Episode 9 Review: Shelter from the Storm Gordon is putting the blame on AJ for breaking the valve, but AJ suspects that Gordon's devices are faulty, and he's not afraid to say as much. The worst part is that Mina is questioning herself and AJ's technique. She's afraid that they may have messed something up. She even shares as much with Bell. AJ may not take that too well, as he can be seen throwing something while in the OR. He's usually so cool, calm, and collected, so this is something new and unexpected from him. -Related: Get Britbox via Prime Video Channels for the biggest streaming collection of TV from BBC & ITV...ever. - An investigation will be launched, but is this one more thing that Gordon gets away with, and will this be something that tips anyone off about Julian's disappearance? Check out the exciting promo below, and hit the comments! You can watch The Resident online here via TV Fanatic!

Riverdale Promo: Is Hiram Going To Die?

Did Fred Andrews deliver on his threats against Hiram Lodge? This could be the case based on the promo for Riverdale Season 3 Episode 10. The reigning kingpin of Riverdale has collapsed to the ground with a noticeable bullet wound to his chest. Karma finally got her revenge! But even if it wasn't Fred who did it, there are a lot of people in town who would LOVE to get their vengeance against Hiram. Though, this is Riverdale after all; the attack could be a red herring. All we have to go on is the blood, the gunshot noise, and Fred's promise to kill his son's tormentor. Do you think the former mayoral candidate made the shot? The Andrews and Lodges aren't the only ones dealing with parental issues. It looks like Betty will be faced with double the Cooper drama! Firstly, we see a quick clip of Betty walking through a dark and barely lit hallway. This setting has a strange "Silence of the Lambs" vibe to it, so we can only surmise that she's visiting her devious father, Hal Cooper. (To the Riverdale police, he's The Black Hood.) Why is she visiting him? What will he say? She promised she would never see him again, so this is a strange turn of events. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals & Live TV! With Alice falling deeper down the hole of The Farm, Betty needs some guidance. Going to see a serial killer isn't the best choice, but it's a start. Speaking of her mother, there's an issue surrounding some missing money and a possible connection to The Farm. Is Alice wrapped up in the same drama? Does Evelyn Evernever know more than she's letting on? Also in the promo is a quick glimpse of the Gargoyles' ceremony. Jughead's mission for Fangs has proven fruitful: the Gargoyle King will be nearby. His new traitor will infiltrate the group and found out more from inside the gang. Related: Riverdale Season 3 Episode 9 Review: No Exit What will Fangs discover? Or will Fangs turn to the dark side? We see another clip of Jughead raising his hands above his head, similar to someone being arrested. Things don't look good for the leader of the Southside Serpents. Now, over to you, Riverdale fans! Check out the trailer below and share your thoughts in the comments. Don't forget, you can watch Riverdale online via TV Fanatic to get caught up on the drama. Riverdale Season 3 Episode 10 airs Wednesday, January 23 at 8/7c on The CW.

Riverdale Is Doing a Musical Episode of Heathers

The Riverdale teens will be taking a break from trying to unmask cult leaders, and the other strange things going on in town for a momentous occasion. The CW has confirmed an upcoming installment of the hit drama will feature the kids staging another musical. Riverdale Season 3 will feature an episode dedicated to Heathers: The Musical. The episode will air March 20 at 8/7c and will include nine songs from the off-broadway adaptation that launched in 2010. Josie will lead the cast as Veronica, while Sweet Pea will take on the role of J.D. The three Heathers will be played by Cheryl, Betty, and Veronica, with Archie and Reggie playing jocks Kurt and Ram. Related: Riverdale Season 3 Episode 9 Review: No Exit The biggest shocker from the above cast list is that the production is sponsored by The Farm. Yeah, that's not going to go down well with just about anyone. It's unclear whether the entire installation will be musical, or if there will be other things going on. That said, the Carrie-themed musical from Riverdale Season 2 had some big twists that changed the course of the series. Riverdale Season 2 Episode 18 Review: A Night to Remember “Last year, we had a blast doing Carrie,” executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said in a statement. “This year, we wanted to honor another iconic teen movie. Heathers: The Musical is BIG FUN, with great roles for the Riverdale kids. And everyone is singing…” That means we'll be getting to here Jughead Jones belting one of the songs out. Yes, it's hard to believe it, but the teenager has yet to sing on the show. "Chapter Fifty-One: Big Fun" is the title of the episode, and it sounds freaking awesome! What are your thoughts on this news, TV Fanatics? Hit the comments below. Remember you can watch Riverdale online right here via TV Fanatic. Riverdale continues Wednesdays on The CW. View Slideshow: 21 Most Shippable Moments So Far of Riverdale Season 3

Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Brother

I wasn't sure I was ready for Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 1. After all, the first season was filled with ginormous highs and catastrophic lows. There was great ambition built into this newest franchise member. They went dark. They dropped swear words. They played an incredibly long arc story. It was Moore's Battlestar Galactica for Roddenberry's base. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals & Live TV! But, happily, by any measure of a narrative, this was a solid season premiere. New characters introduced in interesting ways. Check. New mission set up with a good dose of mystery and potential disaster. Check. Some truly gorgeous special effects and action scenes. Check. Oh, and yay to killing off the jerk who can't get along with (or even be halfway respectful of) Burnham. Double check. Burnham: We'll set up pattern enhancers and beam back. Connelly: Unless our signals get caught up in all that ion distortion and we rematerialize in a billion pieces Pike: You want out, Connelly, now is the time. Connelly: Not a chance, sir. I love roller coasters. Permalink: Not a chance, sir. I love roller coasters. Added: January 18, 2019 We don't need that sort of negativity hanging around. That's what we have Stamets for. And the rest of our core crew is back. Granted, Saru only gets his command for about ten percent of the action. Tilly remains delightfully awkward. Or awkwardly delightful. Either way, she's always better in smaller doses. Stamets: I need you to repeat after me. Tilly: Okay Stamets: I will say... Tilly: I will say Stamets: ...fewer things. Tilly: Fewer th... okay. Permalink: Fewer th... okay. Added: January 18, 2019 The Spock-factor was so of underwhelming. Well, until the end where it actually matters. I've always like Sarek's scenes with Burnham. Even if he isn't her biological father, there's a quality to their discussions that feels like a real conversation between family and, more importantly, they figure stuff out. It's exposition that's interesting. Go figure. Although Pike goes out of his way to state that he is not Lorca, there is still a specter that hangs over the role of captain when it comes to the U.S.S. Discovery. It'll take some time to really see him as a part of this crew and even more to see him leading it. I thought the bridge roll call was a nice touch. Learning people's names goes a long way to gaining their trust. Not sure I'm a fan of "Hit it" as his catch-phrase but we'll see. It was heartening to see Culber even if he was a hologram. I appreciate the respect being shown to Stamets' grief. Despite the real-time hiatus, there has been very little time since Culber's murder. And the fact his killer basically walked away. Related: Short Treks: A Rundown of Discovery's Mini-Missions Given what he's been t..

Watch Law & Order: SVU Online: Season 20 Episode 12

Did Stone manage to shatter his father's expectations? On Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 12, he took on the unsolved cold case of a serial rapist that his father tried to solve several years ago. Watch Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 12 Online In turn, it meant he had to turn to his father for assistance when the case quickly got out of hand. Did the father and son manage to solve the case that dated all the way back to the original series? Use the video above to watch Law & Order: SVU online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Law & Order SVU Season 20: What Has Worked Through Midseason? 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 Orville Online: Season 2 Episode 4

Did Ed manage to save himself from a life of misery? On The Orville Season 2 Episode 4, he crash-landed on a mysterious planet, and he was treated like an unwanted guest. Watch The Orville Season 2 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Kelly wondered why Gordon wanted to take the Command Test and set out to find some answers in case he was making a mistake. Also, one person continued to worry about the diminishing numbers aboard the spacecraft. Use the video above to watch The Orville online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Funniest 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.

Watch The Good Place Online: Season 3 Episode 12

Who did Janet reconnect with? On The Good Place Season 3 Episode 12, the aide of Michael realized she wanted more for herself, and set out to get what she wanted. Watch The Good Place Season 3 Episode 12 Online However, not everyone wanted that for her, and things quickly spiraled out of control. Meanwhile, Michael arranged an important meeting that put him at odds with just about everyone else. Was he going too far to please someone? Use the video above to watch The Good Place online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Characters Who Melt at the Sight of Their Love Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.
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