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The wait for YOU Season 3 is finally over! On October 15, Netflix dropped the next installment of Joe Goldberg’s adventures.  Only this time, he was joined by his partner-in-crime, Love, and their new bundle of joy, baby Henry.  The murderous couple moved to Madre Linda for a fresh start, but despite Joe’s insistence that
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The fall season ushered in a handful of new pilots including CBS’s Ghosts, an adaptation of the British comedy of the same name. The premise is fresh and intriguing, so it’s not entirely shocking that CBS wanted to embrace it as an American comedy, but you have to wonder why they chose to blatantly copy
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Big Sky excels at two things: crafting compelling mysteries (within mysteries) and delivering shocking twists.  The season 2 premiere managed to do both. After leaving behind the Kleinsasser drama in the previous season, thankfully, fans were introduced to a new mystery. But don’t worry — the hunt for Ronald Pergman continues on and serves as an
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It’s been months since Chicago PD aired a new episode, but Chicago PD Season 9 Episode 1 picked up right where we left off: Upton’s proposal to Halstead.  Now, this isn’t your run-of-the-mill proposal because Upton is going through it. She assisted Voight in the murder of Roy, the man responsible for killing Deputy Miller’s
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A natural disaster bubbling up from underneath the La Brea tarpits isn’t exactly new (see: 1997 film Volcano), but the idea of a series that strands a handful of people in a primitive world definitely is.  And thus, there’s no arguing that La Brea is a fun and fresh concept for NBC. The Jurassic Park meets Lost
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Courage isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be sometimes.  An abundance of courage at the hands of a totem almost destroyed National City on Supergirl Season 6 Episode 13.  To be quite honest, I’m not really digging this whole Supergirl versus Fifth Dimensional Imp storyline.  Kara continues to underscore that Nyxly is unlike any
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Devon survived the hour on The Resident Season 5 Episode 2, but it was touch and go there for a bit after his hydrogen sulfide poisoning.  Despite the suspense of the storyline, the possibility of Devon dying was never really on the table. He’s crucial to the team, and with Nic being killed off in
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Aww, the good ole rollercoaster of love, or at least that’s the way TV chooses to portray it. Sometimes the chemistry between the actors is off the charts, leaving fans devastated when the characters inevitably break up for effect. Here are 15 TV couples that did just that and NEED to get back together, or
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Big Sky excels at two things: crafting compelling mysteries (within mysteries) and delivering shocking twists.  The season 2 premiere managed to do both. After leaving behind the Kleinsasser drama in the previous season, thankfully, fans were introduced to a new mystery. But don’t worry — the hunt for Ronald Pergman continues on and serves as an
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The fall season ushered in a handful of new pilots including CBS’s Ghosts, an adaptation of the British comedy of the same name. The premise is fresh and intriguing, so it’s not entirely shocking that CBS wanted to embrace it as an American comedy, but you have to wonder why they chose to blatantly copy
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Chicago Fire returned last week hitting the ground running, bringing lots of changes to NBC’s favorite firefighters, and that continued with the second episode. With their relationship official, there’s more PDA between Casey and Sylvie, with Sylvie planning on starting a non-profit organization that has paramedics who work with frequent 911 calls for non-emergencies, because
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It’s been months since Chicago PD aired a new episode, but Chicago PD Season 9 Episode 1 picked up right where we left off: Upton’s proposal to Halstead.  Now, this isn’t your run-of-the-mill proposal because Upton is going through it. She assisted Voight in the murder of Roy, the man responsible for killing Deputy Miller’s
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A natural disaster bubbling up from underneath the La Brea tarpits isn’t exactly new (see: 1997 film Volcano), but the idea of a series that strands a handful of people in a primitive world definitely is.  And thus, there’s no arguing that La Brea is a fun and fresh concept for NBC. The Jurassic Park meets Lost
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Courage isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be sometimes.  An abundance of courage at the hands of a totem almost destroyed National City on Supergirl Season 6 Episode 13.  To be quite honest, I’m not really digging this whole Supergirl versus Fifth Dimensional Imp storyline.  Kara continues to underscore that Nyxly is unlike any
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