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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.
We then move to Scott and Sara and he is viewing her artwork. They appear to be out on a date. She invites him to an art exhibition and tells him he should call in sick to work. He decides to come clean and tells her that he works for the FBI, and he says because it is complicated he tells people a made up job, but he wants her to know the truth. She asks again for him to take the day off, but he gets a message about a case and has to leave. He pauses as if he was thinking about kissing her, but then leaves. Forrester arrives at the office and asks Raines if Vo is still stateside and he says yes and that the trial she is testifying in was pushed, when Kellett comes in to fill them in on the case. An American owned river cruise was attacked by armed men as they were sailing into Vienna, and reports said there were two gunmen with a third accomplice who helped them escape on a getaway boat. Forrester asks about casualties and Kellett tells him that one passenger was killed and four were wounded including a young Polish girl, 9 years old, is in critical condition. Her name is Anya Wosniak. Raines asks if there is any indication of motive and Kellett says they are unsure if it is a hit job, a robbery or an act of terrorism at this point. Jamie says Katrin is already on her way to Vienna, and Scott says he and Andre will meet her at the crime scene and asks Jamie to start interviewing witnesses, starting with Anya’s parents.
Scott and Andre arrive at the ship and are greeted by the captain Leon Bauer. They tell him because the ship is American owned, it falls under the FBI jurisdiction and he says he understands, and that because there are so many nationalities on the ship, many countries want to get involved. Leon says they do not know what they were trying to steal but it was clearly not cash, and motions to his eye from where they hit him earlier. Raines asks if there is a vault onboard, but Bauer says no just individual safes in each room but it would take forever to go room by room to find something. Scott asks for a list of all crew and passengers and the captain says he will bring him the manifest. Katrin tells them that it looks like they used sub-machine guns, which are not easy to trace, especially since Austria is one of the most armed countries in the world. Scott also mentions that Vienna has a big black market. Raines comments on the spray pattern of the bullets, and that it looks like it happened when they were retreating as if their plan fell of the rails. The captain asks them to come with him, and they discover the crew’s lockers were ransacked. The staff area has no security cameras due to company cutbacks, and this looks like the closest thing they have found so far to a motive and so Scott asks Katrin how fast they can get Tank there.
Jamie is interviewing Anya’s parents, Simon and Lena. They have just been told another one of Anya’s organs is perforated and she is in need of another transfusion. Jamie lets them know they will do everything to find who did this and Simon asks why she is not out looking for them. Jamie explains that each passenger’s vantage point is unique and the team needs to know what everyone saw because the smallest piece of information could break open the case. She asked if they had an idea what they came for like money or jewelry, but they tell her there was not enough time for them to take anything from them. They tell her they spoke in German, separated the guests from the crew and when one man fought back he was killed. After that, everything turned into chaos. Lena puts down Anya’s stuffed elephant and Jamie sees the one side is covered in blood. She asks about the man who fought back and they tell her they had seen him but he kept to himself. The parents are then called in to speak to the medical team.
Raines reviewed the manifest and is reviewing the results with Forrester. The passengers are tourists from all over with no criminal records or political ties but the only person to raise a possible eyebrow is the deceased man Joseph Corbin, a French man who was an investment banker and travelling alone. He tried to charge the gunmen and was shot, but when he did that, it seemed to derail the gunmen’s plan. Forrester is wondering why he would charge them and Raines said while they have been communicating with other countries about their citizens who were passengers, France has not claimed him, nor has any other country. Scott says to find out why. Katrin says that the inventory of the crew lockers show nothing was stolen. Scott reviews that the guests said that the gunmen were arguing with each other as they retreated, so maybe they did not find what they were looking for, and Katrin points out that they headed for the lounge right after ransacking the crew lockers so they were clearly on the hunt for something, and Scott adds “or someone”. Scott asks about a headcount in the lounge during the attack, and Raines says everyone was there except a few staff who were below deck that he is looking into next, but unfortunately the company did not do background checks on their employees. Scott says these things tend to trickle down from the top and then he makes a phone call to Kellett to let her know that the company CEO is scheduled to land in the next hour. Jamie heads to the airport to meet him. The CEO is very upset and says that COVID destroyed the cruise industy and they spent millions trying to convince people cruises were safe again, and now this happens, but he says this was “an anomaly, correct”? Jamie says that they could have been making a statement and is there anyone with a grudge inside the company and he says is she suggesting an employee vendetta and she points out they have been cutting staff and lowering wages for month. He says that they did make a few cuts last year and Jamie points out “like forgoing proper surveillance on board or failing to conduct background checks on their employees” and he asks her is she realizes how much staff turnover they have and that pre-employment screenings are expensive. He says the captain is responsible for his crew. Jamie says Leon Bauer is the captain and how well do they know him and he says he has worked for them for a decade and has never given them any reason to doubt him. A deeper dive into the captain shows he has been hit hard with debt, he is in the midst of a divorce and has a second mortgage on his home, and is also in a custody battle for his kids, so Scott says to bring him in. Raines also has info on Joseph Corbin, and found out his passport was a fake. France knows nothing about him and the info he was a banker came from what he had told the other passengers, so their victim is a John Doe. Forrester says to widen the search to other European countries and see if anyone can identify him. Jaeger interrupts to tell Scott that Tank is on the scene.
Scott and Jamie do a search of the ship with Tank. Tank alerts them in the kitchen to a big pile of cans of kidney beans. The cans are sealed and Jamie uses a can opener to open one and they find a hidden kilo of Heroin inside. Scott congratulates Tank on a job well done and it was so wonderful to see Tank travelling and back in action with the team. The team continues to open cans and find a kilo in every can. Katrin arrives with Tomas Richter from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. He tells them they have been monitoring the waterways as it has become an increasingly popular way for traffickers to move drugs. From the symbol on the drugs, he is able to tell them it is the Balkan Cartel. The team begins to hypothesize that perhaps another group knew about the cartel’s shipment and tried to rip it off before the ship docked but did not know where it was. It could have been another cartel or perhaps a local gang. Raines also has identified the deceased passenger. His name is Marco Horvath and he is Croatian and working for the cartel to supervise the shipment by posing as a guest. The team then tries to find out who were they looking for to tell them where the shipment was, and that the captain does not make sense since the gunmen let him go. Raines finds a crew member named Sebastian Klein, and he has a criminal history and was in charge of kitchen inventory, and he has now disappeared. Forrester cannot understand how he was hired, and Kellett said the company was not doing background checks. Scott says the captain would have had to sign off on it though, and Raines points out he is the captain’s brother.
Forrester confronts the captain, and he says that yes his brother is a screw up, but the reason he brought him on board was to keep an eye on him in a safe job. Forrester tells him about the drugs they found and the fact that the gunmen were looking for his brother, and asks if he is involved due to his financial problems he is having. He says being involved in something like this would jeopardize everything and his children mean the world to him. Scott tells him if he knows where Sebastian is, now would be a good time to speak up, but he says he does no know where he is, and he is not picking up his phone. Katrin discovers that the company is contracting to other companies for local guides who speak the languages, and perhaps Sebastian had an accomplice as someone boarded the ship in Budapest the day before and would not be on the manifest. Scott asks her to find a name of who was on board. Raines did some digging about Sebastian’s gambling and finds out he has a reward card at the local Riveria casino, which is a known Balkan cartel front location. With Sebastian on board, the cartel would have free reign for Sebastian to make drops all along the route. They feel the gunmen were looking for him when they could not find the drugs, and that he will be the link to the shooters. Katrin tells them that she has an address. The team search the location and they find an old motorcycle GPS and search the location history. Katrin also finds an empty box of bullets and says they should consider him armed. They find a pub that he has been regularly frequenting and Katrin and Jamie go to check it out. Katrin also gets the name of the woman who boarded the boat in Budapest and sends it to Scott, and it turns out to be Sara. He also asks Raines to check for any firearms registered to Sebastian and to sweep his quarters on the ship again. Scott goes to see Sara and asks her about being on the ship. She tells him that she does private tours in Budapest and she went on board to meet the guests going on the tour. He says that she has never mentioned doing tours and she says that she speaks six languages and the companies contract her services. Scott wants to know why she was paid in cash and she says it is the customer’s choice how to pay. Scott says it is very convenient that she was on that ship and then wanted him to miss work and asks if she sought him out and she says no and that she had just wanted to spend time with him. She asks why he is acting this way and he says because he has been burned by everyone close to him. He asks for the names of the people she gave the tour to and she says she will get the names for him and tells him to leave.
Katrin tells Jamie the bar they are going to holds unofficial after hours events like card games and such. They interview the hostess and one of the girls who works there, and after letting them know how serious the situation is, the girl says she was serving in a private room in the back last week and he was there with an unpleasant group of men. She said the men spoke German and it seemed like Sebastian owed them something but he would say anything to avoid a beating. He said he was transporting product for a Bosnian cartel by boat and he was willing to do the same for them for free. They beat him anyway and wanted to know where the drugs were kept on board and Sebastian said something about lockers. She says she has not seen any of them since then. They contact Scott and updates him on what they have found out so far. Scott asks for Katrin to do a full background check on the name she sent him, and says he will be back in Vienna soon.
Back at the crime scene, the CEO is yelling at the police about needing the boat to be released. Richter asks if he was aware that Captain Bauer had his brother working on the ship and Raines says if they were screening the crew and new hires, he would know that. He tells him the man is their main suspect and were using his boat for trafficking and the CEO says he had nothing to do with that. Richter says he better ensure his alibi is airtight on that fact. The CEO says he is calling his attorney and they notice a man scoping out the cargo. They pursue him and arrest him, but it is not Sebastian, and his tattoos show he is an enforcer for the cartel. They bring him to the station, and Richter, Raines and Forrester discuss that he is a soldier and takes pride in keeping his mouth shut so they will likely get nothing from him, but he was likely sent when the cartel became worried about their shipment. Kellett comes to get Forrester, because Bauer got a text that is a photo of a mountain, and he tells them he knows it is Sebastian, and that the photo represents a game they played as children that became a code between them. He says Sebastian sends him a picture of a mountain and if he texts back a picture of an Ox, he knows it is not safe. If he sends back a mountain, he will know it is safe. Scott tells him to send him a mountain. Bauer asks if they are asking him to draw him out of hiding and Forrester says yes, and they arrange for Sebastian to meet Bauer at his flat. Jamie and Scott will be monitoring close by, and Raines will be monitoring from across to street to keep an eye out for the river pirates and the cartel. They tell Bauer that the more information he can get Sebastian to share the better, to show he did not premeditate this with the robbery crew.
Bauer meets with Sebastian in his flat. Raines cannot see them from across the street, and they hear a scuffle and a gun shot, and they enter the apartment to see Sebastian shot and Bauer holding a gun. Bauer says Sebastian was trying to kill him and he reacted and shot Sebastian and Jamie indicates he is dead. They bring Bauer back to the station and ask him what happened and why he did not stand where they could see him and why would his brother want him dead. He says he does not know why he would want him dead and he said he was asked to go in and betray his brother and he was simply participating in their plan and now his brother is dead and asks “how is that his fault?”. He blames Scott and the team for his brother dying. Scott and the team listen intently to the recording of the incident, and Scott hones in on a sound, and has the police help clean up the sound on the tape. He goes back in to see Bauer and plays the tape for him. The sound was Sebastian dying and asking why before he died. Scott says Sebastian never tried to harm him and that sound was a man being betrayed by his own brother. Scott says Sebastian came to him with a plan to move heroin for the cartel and he signed off on it because he is drowning in debt, and he needed a cut and Valhalla was not paying attention to what is happening on the boats anyway. Scott says that things went sideways and people died and suddenly Leon found himself under investigation and the only person who could implicate him was his screw up brother who likely would have rolled once he was in police custody and questioned. Scott says that Leon had to make sure that he would not have that chance, and that is why he picked his apartment to meet, so he would know where to stand for an obstructed view. Bauer says what he is saying is madness, but Forrester says he knows he killed him intentionally, and that before he goes down with the ship, to confess and spare his children a long and painful trial.
Jamie goes back to the hospital to tell Anya’s parents they caught the men involved, and they are just getting good news that she is going to recover. Jamie gives them a new elephant for her and they say she will love it and thank her for all they did. All the suspects are arrested and the team returns to Budapest. Katrin lets Scott know that Sara’s check came back clean and that she was not involved. Scott goes to Sara’s apartment, takes her flowers, and tries to apologize and explain, but she says she needs someone stable. Scott is upset, goes to Jamie’s apartment, and says he could use a friend and she says of course and invites him in. This seems to be a big moment for Scott at the end of this episode, as he is finally starting to realize after all these years and with what his mother did, that not everyone he cares about is going to burn him. This is a great move forward for him, and seeing him go to Kellett for support is wonderful and shows they have remained friends and close, and perhaps we will see a rekindling of some of their romance again before the season is over.

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NBC Announces Fall 2022 Schedule

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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 dominant fan-favorites, new original series and tentpole event programming. All network shows will stream next-day, exclusively on Peacock. MONDAY: The most-watched television show of the decade, “The Voice” returns to anchor the night for its 22nd cycle, welcoming multi-platinum global recording artist Camila Cabello and the return of global superstar Gwen Stefani, alongside John Legend, Blake Shelton and host Carson Daly at 8 p.m. All new reimagined sci-fi drama “Quantum Leap,” starring Raymond Lee, launches at 10 p.m. TUESDAY: The melody continues as “The Voice” cues up the return of the season’s #1 new drama “La Brea” at 9 p.m. followed by the highly anticipated final season of fan-favorite “New Amsterdam” at 10 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Television’s highest-rated night of drama returns with the One Chicago lineup kicking off at 8 p.m. with “Chicago Med,” continuing with “Chicago Fire” and concluding with timeslot winner “Chicago P.D.” at 10 p.m. THURSDAY: Dick Wolf’s iconic brand owns the night with the flagship “Law & Order” kicking off Season 22 at 8 p.m. followed by the record-extending 24th season of “Law & Order: SVU.” The night concludes with the third season of “Law & Order: Organized Crime” at 10 p.m. FRIDAY: Peyton Manning quarterbacks Friday nights with the return of 8 p.m. game show “Capital One College Bowl,” timed perfectly to football season, and leading into Friday’s #1 newsmagazine, “Dateline NBC.” In November, the laughs begin with George Lopez’s family comedy “Lopez vs. Lopez” at 8 p.m., teeing up the third season of Dwayne Johnson bio-series “Young Rock” at 8:30 p.m. SUNDAY: #1 primetime television show for a record 11 consecutive years, “NBC Sunday Night Football” will broadcast 20 regular-season games throughout the NFL season. “While leaning into our strong, stable schedule in the fall, we’re also rethinking legacy launch timing to give our shows the best chance for success,” said Frances Berwick, Chairman, Entertainment Networks, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “With the huge reach that our affiliate partner stations provide, coupled with exclusive next-day availability on Peacock, our NBC shows will truly be accessible to audiences in any way that they want to watch.” “We’re continuing to invest in content for NBC that not only has the huge broad appeal that defines the platform, but also the ability to continue to find fans across our platforms following its broadcast debut; a strategy we’ve already seen a lot of success with this season,” said Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “We're very excited by the new additions to our lineup, which we believe will super-serve our linear audience. In addition, we will continue to develop and order pilots, all of which will help strengthen a robust year-round season.” In 2021, NBC’s holiday programming reached more than 94 million viewers on the strength of an unrivaled lineup featuring dynamic live event specials and returning classics. The festivities continue this season as country music icon Dolly Parton headlines the film “Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas.” NBC’s New Year’s Eve celebration is also back as Miley Cyrus continues the newest holiday tradition with the return of “Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party,” joining annual favorites “Christmas in Rockefeller Center,” “The National Dog Show” and “Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade,” which stood as the #1 entertainment program of 2021 in the key 18-49 demo. The drama continues midseason as James Spader and “The Blacklist” return for the 10th season of the beloved stalwart series, along with second seasons for a pair of comedy hits, “American Auto” and “Grand Crew,” which reached more than 24 million and 17 million viewers, respectively, across U.S. viewing platforms this year. Also joining the lineup is the debut of “Night Court,” a sequel to the beloved legal sitcom with John Larroquette reprising his role as D.A. Dan Fielding and starring Melissa Rauch as Judge Abby Stone. The world of unscripted competition is red hot for midseason and summer with a pair of competition imports: new game show “The Wheel,” hosted by comedian Michael McIntyre and based on a smash hit UK format, features contestants aiming to win big with the help of celebrity guests playing on a giant spinning wheel, and Dutch format "Million Dollar Island,” which will feature 100 contestants who attempt to forge friendships and build alliances as they plot to stay on a remote desert island for up to 50 days and compete to win their share of the ultimate

million prize. Returning competition favorites are also on the menu as Jimmy Fallon hosts celebrities for more musical fun and games in the second season of “That’s My Jam,” and viewer favorite “The Wall” returns to the party. Dick Wolf also enters the unscripted space with the docuseries “LA Fire and Rescue,” which follows the real-life heroes of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The fall schedule is preceded by an action-packed summer on NBC, where the network has ranked #1 in the key demo for nine consecutive years and #1 in total viewers for six years running. Season 17 of “America’s Got Talent” kicks things off in May along with new social media-inspired dance challenge “Dancing with Myself,” featuring Shakira, Nick Jonas and Liza Koshy. “American Ninja Warrior” is back to thrill fans in June for season 14 and in July an all-new season of “Who Do You Think You Are?” debuts with Allison Janney, Zachary Levi, Nick Offerman, Billy Porter, Zachary Quinto and Bradley Whitford. August sees the arrival of iconic game show “Password,” from Jimmy Fallon and hosted by Emmy Award-winning actress Keke Palmer, who will be joined by Fallon and a celebrity cast. NBC has more shows in the top 20 than any other network in the key 18-49 demographic and finished the season #1 in the demo for the eighth time in nine seasons. The network is home to the #1 unscripted program “The Voice,” the #1 drama with “This Is Us,” and the #1 comedy with “Saturday Night Live.” “This Is Us” and “Saturday Night Live” are the #1 and #2 entertainment programs on broadcast in the demo. Additional late-night hits “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” are both #1 in their time periods in the demo. As part of NBC’s rolling pilot process, the following projects have been picked up to pilot with decisions yet to be made on series greenlights: “Blank Slate,” “Found,” “Irrational,” “Unbroken” and an untitled drama from Mike Daniels. With NBC’s 52-week scheduling strategy, these pilots – if picked up to series – could be possibilities for later in the 2022-23 season or could roll over to the 2023-24 season. Up-to-date photography can be found at NBC FALL 2022-23 SCHEDULE (New programs in UPPER CASE; all times ET/PT) MONDAY 8-10 P.M. — The Voice 10-11 P.M. — QUANTUM LEAP TUESDAY 8-9 P.M. — The Voice 9-10 P.M. — La Brea 10-11 P.M. — New Amsterdam WEDNESDAY 8-9 P.M. — Chicago Med 9-10 P.M. — Chicago Fire 10-11 P.M. — Chicago P.D. THURSDAY 8-9 P.M. — Law & Order 9-10 P.M. — Law & Order: SVU 10-11 P.M. — Law & Order: Organized Crime FRIDAY 8-9 P.M. – Capital One College Bowl 8-8:30 P.M. - LOPEZ VS. LOPEZ (November) 8:30-9 P.M. - Young Rock (November) 9-11 P.M — Dateline NBC SATURDAY 8-9 P.M. — Drama Encores 9-10 P.M. — Dateline Weekend Mystery 10-11 P.M. – SNL Vintage SUNDAY 7-8:20 P.M. — Football Night in America (also live on Peacock) 8:20-11 P.M. — NBC Sunday Night Football (also live on Peacock) NEW COMEDY SERIES “LOPEZ VS. LOPEZ” A working-class family comedy about dysfunction, reconnection and all the pain and joy in between. The cast includes George Lopez, Mayan Lopez, Selenis Leyva, Brice Gonzalez and Matt Shively. Debby Wolfe and Bruce Helford will write and executive produce. Katie Newman, Michael Rotenberg, George Lopez and Mayan Lopez executive produce. Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, will produce in association with Mohawk Productions, Travieso Productions, Mi Vida Loba and 3 Arts. “NIGHT COURT” Unapologetic optimist judge Abby Stone, the daughter of the late Harry Stone, follows in her father’s footsteps as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment court and tries to bring order to its crew of oddballs and cynics, most notably former night court prosecutor Dan Fielding. The cast includes Melissa Rauch, John Larroquette, India de Beaufort, Kapil Talwalkar and Lacretta. Dan Rubin will write and executive produce. Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch also executive produce. John Larroquette will produce. Warner Bros. Television will produce in association with After January Productions and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. NEW DRAMA SERIES “QUANTUM LEAP” It’s been 30 years since Dr. Sam Beckett stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and vanished. Now a new team has been assembled to restart the project in the hopes of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it. The cast includes Raymond Lee, Caitlin Bassett, Ernie Hudson, Mason Alexander Park, and Nanrisa Lee. Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt will write and executive produce. Don Bellisario, Deborah Pratt and Martin Gero executive produce. Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, will produce in association with I Have an Idea! Entertainment, Belisarius Productions and Quinn’s House Productions. NEW UNSCRIPTED SERIES "MILLION DOLLAR ISLAND” A high-stakes social experiment in which 100 contestants must forge friendships and build alliances as they plot to stay on a remote desert island for up to 50 days and compete to win their share of the ultimate

million prize. Upon arrival each contestant is given a bracelet worth ,000. During their time on the island, contestants gain and lose bracelets through various challenges, but when a player leaves the island, they must choose who will receive their portion of the money. In this intense competition, the strength of your personal bonds are just as important as being the ultimate player. Stephen Lambert, Tim Harcourt and Jack Burgess and Talpa’s John de Mol will executive produce. Studio Lambert will produce. NEW HOLIDAY SPECIALS “DOLLY PARTON’S MOUNTAIN MAGIC CHRISTMAS” A modern-day movie musical about the making of a network TV special, “Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas” is the frenetic backstage story and delightful on-camera results of Dolly’s desire to uplift an exhausted world’s spirits by sharing the unique “mountain magic” she has always found in and around Dollywood at Christmas. Throughout the movie’s production numbers and rehearsal chaos, Dolly finds herself taking a private journey into her past, guided by the mysterious appearances of her personal Three Wise Men. When it’s time for her big special to air live, a renewed and inspired Dolly goes rogue and shows the world that the real magic of Christmas lies in the hearts of the children we all once were, the realization that Christmas is about the people we share it with, and how her faith remains the common thread between Christmases past, present, and future. David Rambo will write and executive produce with Sam Haskell and Dolly Parton. Billy Levin and Bobby Kelly will produce. Hudson Hickman will co-executive produce.

Warner Bros. Television will produce in association with Magnolia Hill Productions and Sandollar Productions.

Accused - First Look Photos

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“Based on the BBC’s BAFTA-winning British crime anthology, comes a provocative series that takes you on the journey of the defendant. Each episode opens in a courtroom on the accused, with viewers knowing nothing about their crime or how they ended up on trial. Told from the defendant’s point of view through flashbacks, ACCUSED holds a mirror up to the current times with evocative and emotional stories. In ACCUSED, viewers discover how an ordinary person gets caught up in an extraordinary situation, ultimately revealing how one wrong turn leads to another, until it’s too late to turn back. Emmy and Golden Globe winner Michael Chiklis (“The Shield”) guest-stars in the premiere episode, as Dr. Scott Corbett, a successful brain surgeon with a seemingly perfect family. He faces the limits of unconditional love when he discovers his teenage son may be planning a violent attack at school. Later in the season, Marlee Matlin, Billy Porter and Michael Chiklis each direct episodes of the anthology crime drama. ACCUSED is co-produced by Sony Pictures Television and FOX Entertainment.

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.”

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— 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.

The Good Doctor - The Shaun Show - Review: Reality Lessons

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.

Julia - Renewed for a 2nd Season

04-05-2022 · Shows that have been "Missing" for over a Year *Updated 29th April 2. Throwback Thursday - Fringe – Peter. A Million Little Things - Episode 4.20 - just in case (Season Finale) - Press. Chicago PD - Episode 9.21 - House Of Cards - Press Release. TRENDING SHOWS: NCIS: Los Angeles Renewals and Cancellations NCIS: Hawaii Magnum P.I.


HBO Max has renewed the comedy series JULIA for a second season. The series, which debuted March 31 on HBO Max, concludes its first season on May 5. Logline: JULIA is inspired by Julia Child’s extraordinary life and her long-running television series, “The French Chef,” which pioneered the modern cooking show. Through Julia’s life and her singular joie de vivre, the series explores a pivotal time in American history – the emergence of public television as a new social institution, feminism and the women’s movement, the nature of celebrity and America’s cultural evolution. At its heart, the series is a portrait of a loving marriage with a shifting power dynamic. Season one cast: Sarah Lancashire as Julia, David Hyde Pierce, Bebe Neuwirth, Brittany Bradford, Fran Kranz and Fiona Glascott. Guest stars included Isabella Rossellini, Judith Light, Robert Joy, Erin Neufer, Jefferson Mays, James Cromwell and Adriane Lenox. Called “breathtaking” by TV Insider, “wonderful” and “emotionally fulfilling” by NPR, with Paste highlighting Lancashire’s performance as “transformative” and IndieWire noting the actors are “all at the top of their game.” Chris Keyser and Daniel Goldfarb, executive producers, quote: “Julia Child tends to make people happy. In a bleak world, she is a welcome balm. Making this show has done the same for us. Working with our cast - with Sarah and David - our production team, writers, directors and editors, who have become our friends, makes us happy. In the language of Julia, it feeds our souls. The genuine love and care that HBO Max has shown for our show has been overwhelming. They allowed us to tell the simple story of a group of remarkable, oddball, passionate people, who joyfully live their lives to the fullest. That we get to keep them alive for another season makes us the happiest of all, and we are already hard at work.” Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Content, HBO Max quote: "Through her masterful performance, Sarah Lancashire welcomed us into the life of Julia Child, a trailblazer who, among her many accomplishments, redefined the possibilities of public television and, in turn, brought French cuisine and culture into American living rooms. We are grateful to our creative team, led by Chris Keyser and Daniel Goldfarb, and talented cast who entranced us all with an endless helping of warmth and charm. JULIA is the perfect show for this moment and we look forward to serving more in season two.”

Season one Credits: JULIA is produced by Lionsgate and 3 Arts Entertainment. Chris Keyser (“The Society”) serves as showrunner, as well as executive producer alongside creator Daniel Goldfarb. Erwin Stoff (“Edge of Tomorrow”) of 3 Arts Entertainment, Kimberly Carver, Charles McDougall and Erica Lipez also executive produce. Todd Schulkin is a Consulting Producer on behalf of The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts.

Creepshow - Time Out/The Things in Oakwood's Past - Review

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 ...



Time Out: 

 via Wikipedia:
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?

This is Creepshow, what do you think?
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