I love it when a plan comes together. Finally, after being a step behind The Lady all season, the Killjoys and their resistance allies won when it counted on the series finale, Killjoys Season 5 Episode 10. For an ultimate battle, there was a surprisingly low body count, with no one making a noble sacrifice at
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The Downton Abbey movie is finally here, but if you still need to give yourself a refresher course by binge-watching the series, you’re not alone. The lives and loves of the Crawley family and their staff are as complicated as they are juicy, and we’d definitely recommend a little rewatch before you dive back into
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The Boondocks is staging a comeback! The hit Adult Swim comedy series is to return on HBO Max, the forthcoming streaming service from WarnerMedia.  Two Reimagined Seasons, a 50-Minute Special and the Complete original series will be available to stream in Fall 2020.  Creator Aaron McGruder is set to returns as Showrunner for the groundbreaking
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Both EZ and Emily experienced a further descent into darkness on Mayans M.C. Season 2 Episode 3. Despite being married to a ruthless cartel boss, Emily has always strived to keep her hands clean. Well that’s all changed now that she has decided to go through with offering Eliana money in exchange for intel on the
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The onetime Raylan Givens has a new gig (and a wild new character name), y’all. Justified star Timothy Olyphant has joined the cast of Fargo‘s fourth season, and he’ll portray a character named — wait for it — Dick “Deafy” Wickware. Trying saying that five times fast. Per Deadline, Olyphant joins a now-sprawling list of
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Another outlet suggested that Succession Season 2 Episode 6 offered so many quotes that it could run a special article featuring them. From my perspective, “Argestes” was light on humor and leaned heavily into dramatic territory. The timing of an event like the one at Argestes in the middle of the bid on Pierce was iffy enough.
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At the Tribeca TV Festival on Thursday, film and TV great James Spader sat down with moderator Whoopi Goldberg for a conversation about his always-unpredictable, 40-plus-year career, from Sex, Lies, and Videotape to Boston Legal to his current role as cosmopolitan criminal mastermind Raymond “Red” Reddington on NBC’sThe Blacklist, which returns for its seventh season
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