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Watch Ash vs Evil Dead Online: Season 3 Episode 2

Did Ruby find a way to get closer to Brandy? That was her plan on Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2 when the villain gave birth to a whole new evil but was it too little too late? Watch Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2 Online Meanwhile, Kelly found herself helping out in the battle to find and defeat The Dark One before it was too late for everyone. Also, Ash realized evil was gearing up to murder one of his own. Use the video above to watch Ash vs Evil Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Ash vs Evil Dead Photos: Who's Joining Season 3? Get caught up on all the action right here now.

Watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians Online: Season 14 Episode 20

Did Khloe go too far? That was the big question after the explosive episode that was Keeping Up with the Kardashians Season 14 Episode 20. The reason? Watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians Season 14 Episode 20 Online The girls took a sister getaway to San Francisco and Kourtney acted like she wanted to be somewhere else, and Khloe hit out in the only way she thought possible. Also, Kim decided it was time to open up to her family about her surgery process, while Khloe revealed the gender of her unborn baby. Use the video above to watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 33 Shows To Binge if You Love California Get caught up with all the action right now.

Watch Homeland Online: Season 7 Episode 4

Did Carrie finally get the lead she needed to get revenge on Keane? That was the big question on Homeland Season 7 Episode 4 when an unlikely ally popped up with the aim of causing some drama. Watch Homeland Season 7 Episode 4 Online However, Carrie's paranoia made her question whether the person was there to sabotage her? Meanwhile, Saul realized that his situation was becoming direr by the day. Did he manage to get someone to help him? Use the video above to watch Homeland online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Tired Tropes TV Can Turn On Their Heads Get caught up on all the action right now.

Watch Sister Wives Online: Season 12 Episode 8

Did Janelle find a way to throw the perfect baby shower for Maddie? That was her plan on Sister Wives Season 12 Episode 8 when Maddie returned and left her mother with a big task. Watch Sister Wives Season 12 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Christine got the shock of her life when she learned that Ysabel's X-rays showed her scoliosis was back with a vengeance and had to find a way to break the news that surgery was likely to be the next step. However, Kody and the other wives wondered whether there was alternative treatment available. Use the video above to watch Sister Wives online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Best Reality Shows of 2015 Get caught up on all the fun right now.

Watch The Walking Dead Online: Season 8 Episode 10

Did Rick honor Carl's dying wish? That was the big question on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 when the groups reunited at the Hilltop in an attempt to assess the next plan of action to win against the Saviors. Watch The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 Online Meanwhile, Aaron and Enid joined forces to try and find the rest of the group before it was too late for them. Also, Simon decided whether it was time to leave the Saviors behind. Use the video above to watch The Walking Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: The Walking Dead: Remembering Carl Grimes Get caught up on all the action right now.

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 Review: The Lost and the Plunderers

Well, so much for honoring Carl's dying wish. On The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10, Rick and Michonne took a little trip to visit Jadis, Enid and Aaron tried in vain to recruit the Oceanside members in the fight against the Saviors, and Simon ended up going off the deep end. The format of this episode was unlike anything we've seen before on The Walking Dead, and while I wasn't a particular fan of jumping around in time, it served its purpose -- for better or worse -- in pushing the story forward. Rick and Michonne were still mourning the loss of Carl. After burying his son, I'm glad Rick decided to take Carl's gun, instead of leaving it at his grave as he initially intended. Weapons are scarce as is, so deciding to take the gun was obviously the better choice. But I think it had more to do with Rick taking a piece of Carl with him and keeping something that belonged to Carl close. What else does Rick have to remember Carl by really? They have weapons, people. We can't just give that up. Rick Permalink: They have weapons, people. We can't just give that up. Added: March 02, 2018 I was completely thrown off by Rick's decision to once again try to convince Jadis to fight with him. When Rick first mentioned going to talk with Jadis, I couldn't help but roll my eyes. Related: The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 9 Review: Honor We've been down this road far too many times, and it always ends the same way. But I guess we had to get back to them at some point. After they bailed and left Rick high and dry on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 8, it was only a matter of time before Rick returned to the junkyard. While Rick's tenacity is admirable, he's doesn't have the best track record of thinking things through. At least he didn't go in alone this time as he did on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 6. Thankfully, this would be the last time we'd have to visit this dump. But at the very least, we finally got answers to a few lingering questions surrounding Jadis and her oddball group. At the Sanctuary, Simon was hell-bent on enacting some revenge on the Hilltop for their disobedience. Negan was less hostile because as nuts as Negan can be, he still understands the value in other people as a commodity. Related: Lennie James Confirms Departure from The Walking Dead Naturally, Simon's suggestion of cutting their losses with Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom and moving on to find new communities to deal with didn't sit too well with the boss. Oh I am doing my best to hold it together right now. Negan Permalink: Oh I am doing my best to hold it together right now. Added: March 02, 2018 Negan believes in his heart that he's building toward a better world, and he wasn't about to just wash his hands of all of this. There's an obvious rift between Negan and Simon. We first saw it forming on The Walking Dead Season 8 Epi..

Roseanne: The Official Trailer is Here!!!

The Conner's were one of the most realistic families on television, and they're making their generational return on March 27. There is such a rich history to mine from the show, but there is also a lot to dispatch. For example, that whole finale. It's nothing a little CPAP mask can't fix! The references to the past in the new trailer are wonderful. Related: Roseanne Season 10 Photos: So. Many. Changes. The days when both Roseanne and Dan were too overweight to be healthy are, of course, tossed aside with a laugh. And the laughter that Roseanne was so known for that it was her signature for the entire series is once again a focal point of the trailer. The casting for the next generation looks amazing in action as we Darlene's daughter, Darlene, and Roseanne forming a wishing vine for the thing we all want most -- money. Becky's back and landing the joke about tossing away references to that past (fat) life her parents once lived. And reminding us all that happiness still comes from the kitchen, there's a crazy scene coming our way (as I expect there to be many) from the kitchen we all remember so well. Related: 16 Exciting TV Predictions for 2018 Whether this feels like a warm, snuggly blanket welcoming you back into the family or you're brand new to the Conner family, get ready for eight episodes of life and laughter with the Conner family when they return to ABC. That happens on Tuesday, March 27 at 8/7c. Twenty years later, it will all come flooding back. Until them, check out the trailer!

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2 Review: Booth Three

Ash isn't the only one adjusting to parenthood. On Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2, Ruby gave birth to her little bundle of joy, while Ash discovered that his daughter is in far worse trouble than he had realized. We also learned a bit more about Dalton and the Knights of Samaria, along with some new information regarding the origin of the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis. Not too long after the birth of Ruby's baby, we learned that the child is just as much a part of Ash as he is Ruby. I still don't fully understand how Ash is linked to Ruby's baby, and I thought I had a pretty good idea where this was all headed when it all began. Related: Get Starz via Amazon Channels for Captivating Original Series & Hit Movies! I was convinced of the possibility that Ruby's baby was actually Brandy, and that everything we have seen with Ruby thus far had been taking place in the past, especially considering her words to her offspring following its attack on the hitchhiker. You may be born from the image of that idiot Ash, but you'll be nothing like him. Ruby Permalink: You may be born from the image of that idiot Ash, but you'll be nothing like him. Added: February 27, 2018 While there are certainly a lot of flaws in supporting this idea, stranger things have happened on this series. However, by the end of the episode, this theory was completely debunked. While the baby is somehow a descendant of Ash, Ruby's intention is to have her child kill Ash and Brandy in order for Ash's power to be transferred to the baby. Wait a second, Ash has power? What kind of power are we talking about here? Sure, we know Ash is the Prophesized One and all that fun stuff, but what power does Ash actually possess? Are we just supposed to assume that Ash has some untapped power that's remained dormant for the last 30 years? Why has there never been any mention of it before? Please help me out here if I have completely missed something. Ruby might be raising this baby, but I don't think she fully realizes what she's created. Similar to her spawn from Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2, this new evil might end up coming back to bite her -- literally. Related: Get Shudder via Amazon Channels for Spine-Tingling & Provocative Films, TV Series, & Originals! While having Brandy actually being the baby and having demon lineage would have been an interesting idea to play around with, there would have been far too many plot holes. Ash: How was I supposed to know that all that crazy sex would lead to a kid? Kelly: Yeah funny how that works. You know what, let's just hope you didn't leave any more Brandy's out there. Ash: Jesus of Anaheim. Permalink: Jesus of Aneheim. Added: February 27, 2018 At the Williams residence, Brandy has been staying in Cheryl's old room. Naturally, she's not enjoying her stay. Considering that she's in a strange, creepy house and just found out who her fath..

Counterpart Season 1 Episode 7 Review: The Sincerest Form of Flattery

What was your initial reaction when the credits rolled? Mine was, "F#@k me!" That's because Counterpart Season 1 Episode 7 was a perfect hour. From start to finish it played out beautifully and gave Clare the history we desperately craved with a stunning finish to keep us guessing. What more could we possibly want? Nazanin Boniadi was fantastic as Fera on Homeland, but her material as Clare is much juicer. It's a joy watching her control an entire storyline like she is here and if she seems to be locked into the spy category, her ability to train her emotions demands it. I watched Clare be torn down as a human being, stripped of her individuality, turned into a person she didn't know to avenge a country based only on the word of a teacher and school she was taken to at the worst moment of her life. It's time to shed the skin of your past, grow a new one, thick with anger. Teacher Permalink: It's time to shed the skin of your past, grow a new one, thick with anger. Added: March 02, 2018 She was a little girl who lost everything in a flu epidemic that swept the world in which she lived, but through all the pain, she still managed to find hope and happiness. Related: Counterpart Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Act Like You've Been Here Before As we've been watching Counterpart together, we've been wondering why the other world hasn't recovered after 20 years a loss of (yes, I say only) 7% of their population, and now we have an idea. They've been brainwashed not to forgive and forget. They aren't allowed to live. Their society since 1997 seems to have been built around fear. I'm only guessing about that, of course, but for what other reasons would people still be so afraid to go outdoors? Why create the school? The masses buy into the fear mongering of their government despite the fact there hadn't been another outbreak in 20 years. They're keeping their world hostage through fear. Whether they all know about the portal and the other world isn't known, but it might be built around hate, too. Ten years ago something happened to the world, and very few people know about it. It copied itself, split in two. Think of it like a door you can walk through to another world with another me, another you. Teacher Permalink: Ten years ago something happened to the world, and very few people know about it. It copied... Added: March 02, 2018 At the very least, the school does it's best to perpetuate the notion that the other side tried to wipe out their world, but I never heard an explanation. I enjoyed learning the differences, minor though they were. Tobacco usage differs, there are better cell phones on this side, and we still dare to eat pork. The swine! Their epidemic sounds a lot like our H1N1 epidemic had gone wild. Maybe it broke early and without advances in medicine wiped out a large swath of the people. We've been bracing for it for a long ..

General Hospital Review: Secrets, Lies, and Earthquakes

Things weren't all that exciting on this week's worth of General Hospital episodes – at least until the literal last minute of Friday! But as a whole, the week did have its moments. Unfortunately, much of the focus was on a pair of intertwined storylines that I could truly care less about: Franco's big childhood secret, and whatever the hell greaseball Jim Harvey is up to with the Charles Street District. Oh, also that alternative school dance, which is a great idea in theory but in practice just didn't hit for me. I did appreciate what they're trying to do with the bullying storylines, having Joss and Oscar stand up to the paintball-throwing 1980s bully cliché kid. Much of this week followed the lead-up to Franco and Liz's wedding. These two are a couple that I really did enjoy at first. Now, however, they're feeling repetitive and stagnant more often than not. I think a large portion of this is due to the fact that it is so beyond obvious that Franco didn't actually try to harm Drew when they were kids. The writing is all over the wall that it was actually Jim Harvey who hurt little "Andy" (and probably little "Bobby" too). We already heard Jim lie about the fact that he wasn't there the day Drew fell down the stairs, so it's totally plausible (and likely!) that he's lying about a bunch of other things. The fact that the show is just dragging this out for what feels like eons is really grating. I thought we were bound to finally get the big reveal during Franco and Harvey's big confrontation on Friday when Franco should have been at his wedding with Liz. Instead, Liz was prepping to call the wedding off when Franco never showed, and Franco was stuck grilling Harvey and really getting nowhere. I feel like we've been dealing with weeks, if not months, of Franco giving Liz a hug and looking extremely stressed out over her shoulder. How much longer does this need to go on? Please, let it end already! At this point, I can't even bring myself to care whether Liz and Franco do stay together, or whether his continued lying (about something that itself may actually be a lie) drives Liz straight into Jason's arms. Hey, stranger things have happened! On another note, that hospital staircase scene between Franco and Drew was so bizarre and weirdly scripted. Even the way it was staged felt a little bit off. Did anyone else get that vibe? And about the actual almost-wedding: Does anyone else find it so sad that Liz has hardly any friends? Maybe I'm still hung up on the Liz-Emily BFF-ship from way back when, but it was just Epiphany and Felix (and Kiki, who was admittedly "just tagging along") in the bridal suite. Yikes. Speaking of Kiki in the bridal suite, what on earth was with her dress? Hideous!! Beyond her dress, Kiki is having her own continued problems with her mom, Ava. While it initially seemed as though Ava was sympathetic to Sonny&#0..