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After the wonderful news that FBI: International has been renewed for 2 more seasons, it will be most exciting knowing it is returning to see what the writers will finish the season with this year.This episode opens on a charter boat that is on the Danube River in Austria. The passengers are in the lounge and dining area enjoying dinner and a performance by a singer. The captain gets up to tell everyone they will be arriving in Vienna soon when suddenly the lights go out and he goes to try to investigate, when armed men enter the room and begin shooting. Everyone dives for cover and the men are yelling, “Where is he?” The captain approaches to tell them to take what they want and they hit him in the face. A man is shot as he tries to fight back and then the gunmen flee shooting everywhere as they go. After they leave, a mother screams for help as her young daughter has been shot.
16-05-2022 · We bring you a comprehensive and up to date spoiler service on all the major US TV shows and Movies. You can find specific show content by clicking the menu system at the top of the screen. ... Press Release. NEW YORK — May 16, 2022 — On the heels of another season as #1 in the key 18-49 demo, the network announces a fall schedule featuring ...
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The series is executive-produced by Howard Gordon (“24,” “Homeland”), Alex Gansa (“24,” “Homeland”) and David Shore (“The Good Doctor,” “House”). Emmy Award winner Michael Cuesta (“Homeland”) will direct the program’s premiere episode, reuniting with “Homeland” executive producers Gordon and Gansa.”
30-05-2019 · Grand Hotel - Season 1 - Posters, ... The Largest Collection of TV spoilers and show information for the most popular shows on TV. SpoilerTV - TV Spoilers Home. ... Cast + First Look Photos *Updated 30th May 2019* Posted by Sam Benjamin at May 30, 2019 0 Comments Grand Hotel.
Have you booked your stay yet? #GrandHotel is coming to ABC on June 17. pic.twitter.com/5ENfMSzdeY— Grand Hotel (@GrandHotelABC) May 30, 2019
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) December 20, 2018
Entertainment Weekly have unveiled a first look photo of Grand Hotel, which will premiere on ABC 17th June next year. You can also find some of Eva Longoria's thoughts on the show by clicking above.
03-05-2022 · The Good Doctor 5×16 “The Shaun Show” is a different episode in which some buried feelings come to light and one of the characters we love the most returns to her home. Time for a review! Here we go! The Good Doctor 5x16 "The Shaun Show" is a strange episode. In the moments when we are not part of a reality show, we recognize the series we ...
After the hiatus, we're back! The Good Doctor 5×16 “The Shaun Show” is a different episode in which some buried feelings come to light and one of the characters we love the most returns to her home. Time for a review!
Here we go!
The Good Doctor 5x16 "The Shaun Show" is a strange episode. In the moments when we are not part of a reality show, we recognize the series we love. The rest of the episode, well…it's something we don't recognize as the show we love.
You know that I don't like at all the special episodes that show sometimes do and The Good Doctor 5x16 “The Shaun Show” is no exception. The only thing that can be saved from the moments in which the camera was rolling is the moment in which Lea speaks for the first time about what changed for her regarding Shaun.
I loved that part because it's the first time we see things from her perspective. Shea built for so many years and went through so much to get where they’re now that we never knew what made Lea realize that she and Shaun could be together. And I just melted are her words.
Turning to the other part of the episode, Shaun learned a very valuable lesson: he's not perfect. He can't be because no one is and that's not bad, it's…real. Not being perfect doesn't mean you can't inspire people, it's the opposite. Shaun's demand to be perfect is simply unattainable. And mistakes help you to be better. Learning from mistakes is the only way to move forward and improve so as not to make them again.
It's a hard lesson...but necessary to move the character forward. The next step now is to improve Shaun's emotional skills because he's still gruff in that way. Mental health is just as important as physical health and his patient not only needed a physical cure, but she needed to stop feeling like a monster and for the people, she loves not to be afraid of her.
Jordan is very good on the emotional side of things (this character is a diamond that this show found and I hope the series never lets her go) and she managed to make the patient feel good. But Shaun has a lot of room for improvement in that aspect because in this episode, he even hurts Jordan and that hurts me. Seeing Jordan cry overwhelmed me...
Can't wait to see Shaun try a more emotional aspect in treating his patients! Park also had to go through a hard time. He was in a very difficult position having to decide between two horrible options and he did what was best for his patient. He was willing to risk everything…and he only left it when he saw that it wasn't going to work.
He can't say anything to his patient to comfort him and he needs to blame someone but… he did the right thing and the best he could by choosing between two bad decisions. And I loved the way Morgan is just there, next to him, holding his hand and supporting him.
I didn't like the reality show part but I have to admit it brought out some feelings that needed to be said.
The ending was one of the things that made me emotional the most. Claire is back! And I hope she never leaves again. This is her place, her home. I stay with the huge hug Shaun gives Claire. He only does that with the people he loves the most and trusts completely. Claire is his best friend and she was there every step of the way as he struggled to be himself in a world that doesn't understand him.
I got very emotional seeing them hug each other like this, in a tight and heartfelt hug.
Personally, can't wait for The Good Doctor to get back on track. And you?
PS: Lea is hot when she defends Shaun against all odds.
This is where our The Good Doctor review ends. We will be back next week with a new one. Stay tuned!
Agree? Disagree? Don’t hesitate to share it with us in the comments below!
The Good Doctor airs Mondays 10/9c on ABC.
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23-10-2021 · This whole episode of Creepshow deals with time management in different ways. In the opening segment, an ambitious young man is determined to maximize his time to the point of absurdity in order to advance in his career. Apparently, no one ever told him about how to work smarter, not harder. This being a morality tale, Tim pays a serious price ...
SPOILERS AHEAD - PLEASE DON'T READ UNLESS YOU'VE WATCHED CREEPSHOW 03.05! Yes, you've been warned!
Tim (Matthew Barnes) is a man with attainable goals where he conspires to have more time to complete them. He finds the solution only to discover a catch to it.via Shudder:
“Tim finds the answer to always wishing there were more hours in the day, but the success he can now achieve might not be worth the cost.”Jeffrey F. January returns to direct another segment this season after the mild "The Last Tsuburaya." This whole episode of Creepshow deals with time management in different ways. In the opening segment, an ambitious young man is determined to maximize his time to the point of absurdity in order to advance in his career. Apparently, no one ever told him about how to work smarter, not harder. This being a morality tale, Tim pays a serious price for trying to bend time to achieve his goals, which makes this segment one of the few stories on this series where you actually have sympathy for the protagonist. Tim does nothing wrong and had admirable goals. There is no ulterior motive or sin he is trying to atone for. This is why the final twist is such a gut puncher (the cheap looking CGI didn't help either).
Sure, toying with time does have repercussions in stories, but here it actually feels like the series went out of its way to punish this character unnecessarily out of obligation to the audience's expectations instead of actually being dramatically satisfying. Still, I appreciate Creepshow trying to be something besides creepy.
The Things in Oakwood's Past:
Here, Creepshow gets back to what it probably is best at: Hannah Barbara-style animation sequences.
According to Shudder,
The town of Oakwood has a storied past, and the opening of a time capsule is an exciting moment of remembrance. But can a local librarian keep a darker part of the town’s history from repeating itself?I feel that the less said about this segment, the better. This is one Creepshow story that needs to be experienced knowing as little as possible. I wasn't even aware that they were doing an animated segment this season and my experience watching it was better b/c of it. This was easily one of the strongest stories of the season and maybe the series thus far. It made me wonder why Shudder didn't order Creepshow as a solely animated series in the 1st place?
After watching "Survivor Type" and "Twittering from the Circus of the Dead" from last year's Halloween special, Scooby Doo-like animation seems to be this series' strong suit. I understand animation takes forever to produce and is more expensive usually than live action, but when the results are as strong as they are here, you'd think Shudder would figure out that quality pays off in dividends.
Shudder's parent network, AMC, is playing these episodes on their flagship network later on for a reason. I have noticed that certain episodes are not being really noticed until they get played on AMC and this might be one of them. Only the highest quality episodes are going to continue to be noticed and remembered on basic cable, so AMC would do good to replay this segment as much as they can when the time comes. More stories like the these and Creepshow's mixed reputation could be revitalized.
A few things about the episode itself: the three icons who compromise the voice cast: Mark Hamill, Danielle Harris (whom I never knew did VO work on The Wild Thornberries), and Ron Livingston, do great work. Of course, there are plenty more great VO work displayed. In the story, news anchors Serese (Fayna Sanchez) and Clark "Murph" Murphy (Andy Daly) report on the history of the town of Oakwood. Apparently, it has a history of the population vanishing. They assign their reporter, Mac (Ron Livingston) and his camera operator Carmella (Fayna Sanchez), to cover the story.
Meanwhile, a mousy librarian named Marnie Wrightson (Danielle Harris) discovers that Oakwood has a past that involves a time capsule from 1821 which her father Mayor Wrightson (Mark Hamill) plans to open before the assembled crowd. When she uses her research skills to discover what lies in that box, Marnie tries to prevent the unboxing, but the powers that be are unleashed anyway.
The ending may surprise and upset you. I've already revealed too much, but you get the idea. Lots of bad things happen to the townspeople every 200 years. Will 2021 be the final year for these cicada-like creatures?