November 21, 2018

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DC TV Photos: Caitlin’s Father Returns, Laurel Saves Oliver and More!

With The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow approaching their fall finales, the action is ramping up. The Flash Season 5 Episode 6 find Caitlin learning a stunning truth about her father, and she comes face to face with him. Meanwhile, on Arrow Season 7 Episode 6, there's even more danger for Oliver when someone is murdered in the prison. On Supergirl Season 4 Episode 6, Kara struggles to celebrate Thanksgiving after her big bust-up with Ben Lockwood on TV. Finally, DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 Episode 5 will take viewers to Tokyo circa 1951. We've compiled the stills for the upcoming episodes below! 1. Laurel and Diggle - Arrow Felicity and Diggle realize they need to find Diaz or they run the risk of having everything destroyed. 2. We Must Find Him! - Arrow Season 7 Episode 6 With things getting deadlier than ever in Star City, Felicity knows she and Diggle need to do something, and fast. 3. Curtis to the Rescue - Arrow Season 7 Episode 6 Curtis always seems to have an answer for everything, but will he have the answer Felicity and Diggle are looking for? 4. Finally! - Arrow Season 7 Episode 6 It sure looks like Curtis has found a lead the team can work with, but will it be deadly? 5. The Plan - Arrow Season 7 Episode 6 A new murder in Slabside puts the team on edge as Oliver struggles to stay safe, but what's the best course of action? 6. Will This Even Work? - Arrow Season 7 Episode 6 Laurel and Felicity have been working well together of late, so it will be fun to see them sort out this issue. View Slideshow

Legacies Promo: The Truth About Landon Kirby

What the heck is Landon Kirby? That's the question everyone tries to find out on Legacies Season 1 Episode 5. Hope may be on the outs with her potential love interest, but she's happy to put him through his paces. Will they be able to sort through their differences, or will this drive them further apart? In any case, the official promo for "Malivore" shows Landon engaging in a fight to the death with Jed. Related: Legacies Season 1 Episode 4 Review: Hope Is Not The Goal This could suggest that Landon is a werewolf and is ready to take over from the power hungry alpha. But this show has already proven that the twists are going to keep on coming. The episode will also focus on Alaric giving the teenagers in the school more power thanks to his decision to form an honor council. Desperate to make some changes, students with different personalities will battle it out, and it's going to cause a lot of problems. This could also lead to more powerful magic being taught to the students because Mystic Falls is quickly becoming the mouth of hell for the supernatural population. Have a look at the full teaser below and hit the comments with your thoughts. Remember you can watch Legacies online right here via TV Fanatic. Legacies returns Thursday, November 29.

7 Times The Haunting of Hill House Scared Us Silly

It’s been about a month since the Netflix smash The Haunting of Hill House hit our screens, but that doesn’t mean we still aren’t thinking about the complex -- and at times terrifying -- original series. At its core, the show is a rich character study into the lives of a dysfunctional family and the house that shaped their lives. And it achieves its goal of telling a balanced, cohesive story magnificently. It does that while also making us jump out of our seats on more than one occasion. Here we take a look at the seven most frightening moments from The Haunting of Hill House Season 1. Beware because spoilers abound! You’ve been warned! 1. Nelly & The Car Ride Shirley and Theo have a screaming match in which neither one is truly being heard because there’s so much yelling and Nell finally has enough. She inserts herself into the middle of the screaming sisters, literally, and leaves both them and the audience clutching their chests in fright. Nell pops up a few times unexpectedly but none more unexpected than this. Good thing we get Theo's passionate monologue to give us time to catch our breath! Related: The Haunting of Hill House Review - The Heart or The Stomach? 2. Every time We See The Bent-Neck Lady From the first time we see her to the last, the bent-neck lady is one of the scariest things to come out of the Hill House. And while all her appearances carry a punch, the most alarming revelation of all is the elevator effect in The Haunting of Hill House Season 1 Episode 5, as Nell sees herself for the very first time. Absolute chills! 3. Olivia Returns Olivia’s ghost shows up many times unwarranted, but none is quite as scary as when she attempts to pull Luke into Nell’s grave on The Haunting of Hill House Season 1 Episode 6. As if an open grave isn’t spine-chilling enough, the image of someone trying to pull you inside is as terrifying as it gets. The entire scene is played to haunting perfection, and it provides one of the biggest jump-scares of the too-short Haunting of Hill House Season 1. 4. Dumbwaiter Chronicles Dumbwaiters always seem to spell disaster. And when Luke takes an unforgettable ride down to an unknown cellar area, he encounters an angry ghost who rips up his perfectly good pajamas and leaves us covering our eyes in horror! Poor Luke goes through a lot throughout the season, and it doesn't help that no one ever believes his claims. Related: Get HBO via Prime Video Channels for Addictive Dramas, Hilarious Comedies & Hit Movies 5. The Floating Man The bowler hat alone is petrifying, but seeing a ghost literally floating towards you is enough to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up! Luke is haunted by the lumbering man from a young age and watching him hide under the bed and hold his breath for as long as he can to avoid detection is both chilling and sad. Luke sees the man again as an adult and even then the scene is surreal. 6. Mr. Smiley ..

TV Ratings Report: Will & Grace Hits New Series Lows

The Will & Grace revival is becoming long in the tooth for some viewers. Thursday's episode of the NBC comedy dipped to a 0.7 rating (2.9 million total viewers), marking an all-time low for the series. After a high-flying return last year, the ratings have been steadily declining, and let's just say NBC is probably kicking themselves for handing the series a renewal threw 2020. Unless the ratings start to go the other way, we could be looking at next season being the last for this once-hot comedy. I Feel Bad (1.9 million/0.5 rating) and Law & Order: SVU (4 million/0.8 rating) were also down, but Superstore (3.3 million/0.9 rating) and The Good Place (2.7 million/0.8 rating) held steady. Over on ABC, Grey's Anatomy (7.3 million/1.7 rating) built to a season high in total viewers, while Station 19 (5.9 million/1.2 rating) and How to Get Away with Murder (3.2 million/0.8 rating) built in the demo. The Big Bang Theory (12.4 million/2.3 rating) and Young Sheldon (10.8 million/1.8 rating) were even, while Mom (7.9 million/1.3 rating), Murphy Brown (5.9 million/0.9 rating), and S.W.A.T. (5.1 million/0.8 rating) each inched up a tenth. Over on The CW, Supernatural (1.4 million/0.4 rating perked up a tenth, while Legacies (1.1 million/0.3 rating) held steady.

15 Spinoffs That Outshined The Original Series

Spinoffs are a tricky thing to get right. If the new series sticks too closely to the original's premise and formula, it can end up feeling superfluous. On the other end of the spectrum, stray too far away from it, and you run the risk of alienating the core fanbase. Related: Enjoy UNLIMITED access to thousands of Movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video. WATCH ANYWHERE. CANCEL ANYTIME! That small margin of error in between is where a spinoff series finds success. There have been countless attempts at spinoffs throughout the history of television, but very few succeeded in capturing the magic of the original series. And some even managed to surpass them. Here are the best TV Spinoffs that not only captured the spirit of the original but drove the franchise to exciting new heights! 1. The Flash Marvel may own the big screen, but what DC has been bringing to our televisions over the past seven years is a thing of wonder! While first introduced during Arrow's sophomore season, Barry Allen and team Flash took what made the original show so much fun and dialed it up to eleven. The Flash's lighter tone, lovable characters, and simply Tom Cavanaugh's presence give this series a leg up over the original series. 2. NCIS NCIS originally aired as a backdoor pilot on JAG. While only Mark Harmon and David McCallum remain from the original cast, the show's procedural storytelling and enthralling characters continue to outshine its parent series in every way. Now in its sixteenth season, NCIS shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. 3. Law & Order: SVU There have been several spin-offs of Law & Order over the years, but none have lasted as long or garnered as much of a following as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. This series delved deeper into the lives and backstories of the officers more than the original series ever did. Now in its twentieth season, it shows no sign of running out of gas. 4. Fear the Walking Dead Fear the Walking Dead premiered during its parent show's peak popularity. While the first two seasons struggled with inconsistent tone and writing, Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 is where the series finally found its footing. The show's significantly smaller group of characters enabled the series to put more focus on its core cast, and the series has also proven to be willing to take more risks. And as a result, this spin-off has become far more engaging than The Walking Dead has been in years. 5. CSI:Miami While keeping the same formula as its parent series, CSI Miami moved the action to a new city and introduced us Lieutenant Horatio Caine, played by the always fantastic David Caruso. While the series was unceremoniously canceled during its tenth season, CSI: Miami remains a prime example of an exceptional spin-off. Yeaaaaahhhhhh!!!! 6. Saved By The Bell Little known fact: Saved By The Bell was actually spun off from Good Morning Miss Bliss. The original series which only aired for thirteen ..

Days of Our Lives: 13 Things That Only Happen in Salem

Soaps always take place in run-of-the-mill towns that are nothing but, and Days of Our Lives is no exception. On the surface, Days of Our Lives' Salem is a regular town, with a police department, town square, park, hospital, and school. But unlike real-world towns, it has its share of bizarre happenings. Related: Remembering Caroline Brady Here's a lighthearted look at 13 things that could only happen in Salem. Check them out and hit the comments to add your favorite! And don't forget there's a ton of shows you can watch online right here on TV Fanatic! 1. Everyone has a doppleganger. In 2018 alone we've seen doubles for Marlena, Adrienne, and Susan/Kristen, plus Hope's doppleganger made an appearance in the Halloween episode. These lookalikes are far from the only ones who have ever wreaked havoc in Salem. (Fake Rafe anyone?) 2. It's possible to travel across the country or world in a matter of minutes. Recently, Sami and Eric got from Salem to Nashville in the blink of an eye. Sometimes people take the Titan Jet but more often they seem to teleport from the Horton Town Square to anyplace else in the world and back again in a matter of minutes. 3. Every time a kid is sent to school, he or she comes back a surly teenager. Okay, so all soaps have their share of Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome, but the Salem authorities definitely should be looking at what's in the water at all these fancy boarding schools where people are sending their kids. Back in the day, Jennifer and Hope were boarding school rebels, Brady came back from one as an angry teen in the late 1990s, and in 2013, JJ also returned with a giant chip on his shoulder. 4. Everyone has money to travel, pay off people, or whatever else they're doing even though nobody goes to work. The majority of adult characters have jobs where they are never seen. The vacation benefits in Salem must be amazing because people are able to just jet off to another country in search of adventure at a moment's notice, and money is no object either. 5. The police arrest one person after another for a murder or other serious crime, yet it doesn't affect the case when the real murderer is finally caught. This is one of the sillier Salem tropes. I can understand investigating one lead after another, but how come no defense attorney has ever asked a Salem cop on the stand how they know they have the right person this time when the other nine arrests in this case turned out to be bogus? 6. Despite DNA tests never being accurate thanks to people changing them for their own purposes, the hospital has no security in its DNA lab and everyone trusts the latest DNA results. In the 2010s, Salem residents at least question whether DNA tests are accurate, yet they are quickly reassured that this time nobody switched test results or blackmailed a lab tech into writing an inaccurate report. You'd think someone would come up with the idea of getting their DNA ..

Watch Station 19 Online: Season 2 Episode 7

Did Andy manage to save her team? On Station 19 Season 2 Episode 7, the firefighter's team was thrust into danger after the annual Friendsgiving celebration when a deadly storm started to destroy Seattle. Watch Station 19 Season 2 Episode 7 Online With deadly fires, crashes, and more horrifying scenes, the team had to prioritize in order to save those who were in the most danger. Also, Ben wanted to make his way to the hospital to make sure that Bailey was safe. Use the video above to watch Station 19 online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 2018 Fall Pick-up and Cancelation Scorecard 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 Legacies Online: Season 1 Episode 4

Who was murdering the students of Mystic Falls? That's what Hope, Lizzie, and Quincey tried to establish on Legacies Season 1 Episode 4 when Matt turned to the Salvatore School for answers. Watch Legacies Season 1 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Josie helped Rafael adjust to his new life at the school, but his reluctance to follow the wolf pack's rules made him an easy target. Also, Matt and Alaric were at odds with one another over who was causing the problems. Use the video above to watch Legacies online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 21 TV Characters Who Could Use A Therapist 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 9

Did an important journey change everything for Mike and Janet? That was the question on The Good Place Season 3 Episode 9 as this hilarious comedy took the dynamic duo on a mission to another side of Earth with the aim of finding out all about the Good Place. Watch The Good Place Season 3 Episode 9 Online Meanwhile, Eleanor wrestled with whether to find out everything about Chidi with the aim of revealing her secret. What did she decide to do? Use the video above to watch The Good Place online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 27 TV Characters Who Would Host a Mean Dinner Party 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 Grey’s Anatomy Online: Season 15 Episode 8

Who did not survive the strong winds that hit Grey Sloan Memorial? On Grey's Anatomy Season 15 Episode 8, things took a wild turn and lives were in danger. Watch Grey's Anatomy Season 15 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Meredith bonded with DeLuca, but the pair continued to question whether they could have a relationship or if it was too out there for them. Also, Maggie and Jackson got closer once again, but a dangerous secret threatened to drive them apart. Use the video above to watch Grey's Anatomy online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 27 Festive TV Original Movies That Are a Must Watch This Holiday Season 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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