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The Orville Season 2 Finale Recap: What's My Timeline?

The Orville’s tale of two Kellys took a timey-wimey turn in the Fox series’ Season 2 finale. In the end, and with renewal still pending, were Ed & Co. able to make things right?

In a jarring cold open, we see two men in winter coats and face masks traverse a snowy mountain to loot a Union Listening Post on Sarin IV. Their theft of a food synthesizer is interrupted by the arrival of a Kaylon shuttle, and the armed troops within. The men escape in their Union shuttle, after which we realize it’s Ed and Gordon, both of whom
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Drag Race Recap: Whose Arrested Character Was Too Underdeveloped?

Drag Race Recap: Whose Arrested Character Was Too Underdeveloped?
It’s fitting that Thursday’s episode of Drag Race was cop-themed, because some of the queens’ performances were so bad, they technically qualified as crimes against Ru-manity.

Let’s start with the first major disappointment of the evening: the reading challenge, which was so terrible that RuPaul couldn’t just close the library — she had to condemn it. From Nina West having to explain her punchlines to Vanessa Vanjie Mateo screaming nursery rhymes, it became clear that some of these girls need to go back to school and brush up on the fundamentals.

A few queens proved themselves to be sufficiently literate,
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Supernatural Finale Recap: The End Is Here — Plus, [Spoiler] Returns!

Supernatural Finale Recap: The End Is Here — Plus, [Spoiler] Returns!
Here’s the harsh truth at the center of Supernatural‘s penultimate season finale: Jack needs to die — or at least that’s what Dean believes. The hunter even calls Jack “just another monster” before telling Sam that they have to do “the hard thing, the ugly thing” by ending him. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time they’ve been faced with such a situation, but this one is a little different because they’ve got an an assist from a familiar face: Chuck, aka God!

The Almighty shows up because he heard Cas’ prayer — and because Jack is “a problem.
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Marvel's Cloak and Dagger Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Tyrone's Tense Heist

Thursday's episode of Marvel's Cloak and Dagger felt like a superhero take on Ocean's Eleven, with Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) having to use his superpowers to pull off a tense heist that had us on the edge of our seats.

TV Guide's exclusive "Did You Know" look inside the episode revealed how Cloak and

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‘Gotham’ Series Finale Review: Fox’s Gonzo Cop Show Enlivens its Inevitable End

‘Gotham’ Series Finale Review: Fox’s Gonzo Cop Show Enlivens its Inevitable End
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Gotham” Season 5, Episode 12, “The Beginning…”]

Like the dutiful detective-turned-commissioner leading the cast, “Gotham” did exactly what it needed to do — in the series finale and final season overall. Charged with setting up the era of Batman (without ever saying his name), Fox’s crime drama took a bit of glee going through the motions, and even if the wild minds behind it couldn’t go full-tilt crazy in its waning hours, they did ensure a respectable legacy for an overtly beautiful and sneakily ambitious broadcast drama.

“The Beginnings…” — an apt finale title for a series always steaming toward its Bat-predecessors’ timelines — checked off box after box: The 10-year time jump sets up a return for Gotham’s favorite son, Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), who’s been overseas becoming the hero the city needs. Before his new Wayne Tower can open, a devious plot to blow it up emerges courtesy of a mysterious new villain.
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Gotham Boss on the Batman-Centric Series Finale: 'It Means We Told the Story Properly'

The Dark Knight has officially arrived on Gotham, and there could be no more fitting goodbye for TV's most insane comic book show.

For over five years, Gotham has been telling the story of the city that built one of the greatest heroes of all time. We've gotten to know infamous villains like Penguin

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Gotham Boss Talks Series Finale's Batman Reveal, Bruce/Selina Reunion... and a Catwoman Spinoff?

Gotham Boss Talks Series Finale's Batman Reveal, Bruce/Selina Reunion... and a Catwoman Spinoff?
The following contains a Bat-tastic amount of spoilers from the Gotham series finale.

Fox’s Gotham wrapped its five-season run on Thursday night with an epilogue, set a decade into the future, that teased… and teased… and teased Bruce Wayne’s return to his hometown, while introducing the new threat that is no joke but is fated to vex him for years to come.

Following a brief cold open in which we see young Bruce arrive at the outskirts of Nanda Parbat as he narrates his good-bye letter to Alfred, we jump 10 years into the future, where Gotham is readying
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Why Phoebe Waller-Bridge Is the Perfect Choice to Make ‘Bond 25’ Better

Saving the world is serious business, and so is finding the right balance of James Bond badassery and insouciance. As such, the confirmation that Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been hired onto the upcoming “Bond 25” to help polish the script bodes well for the franchise. Ever since the 1960s when “Dr. No” became the first big-screen adaptation of Ian Fleming’s 007 novels, Bond has continued to stay relevant by continuing to update and reinvent itself for every generation.

Enter Waller-Bridge, who’s made a name for herself by creating BBC America’s spy thriller “Killing Eve” and the dramedy “Fleabag” on Amazon. The British actress, writer, playwright, and director may not seem like the most obvious choice to tweak the most masculine of franchises, but her voice and sensibilities actually make her uniquely qualified to give it the punch up it needs. Here’s a look at her qualifications:

Her Irreverent
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Stan Lee's Final McU Cameo in Avengers: Endgame Is a Heartwarming Send-off

The following post contains light spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.

Pop culture icon and comic book legend Stan Lee pops up in Avengers: Endgame for what is sadly his last time making a cameo in a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. Lee died at the age of 95 last November, but at the time had already

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Celebrities vs. Critics: Why This Battle Has No Winners (Column)

Celebrities vs. Critics: Why This Battle Has No Winners (Column)
When actor Olivia Munn tweeted a “short essay on…ugly behaviors” late Wednesday night, she insisted that a blog had been unfairly maligning her for years. She wrote that she wanted to confront the idea that baseless critiques, particularly those aimed at women, are never okay no matter how famous the target may be. On the face of it, this is an eminently reasonable statement and the kind of “you go girl!” clapback the internet loves — or at least it would be, if she hadn’t picked entirely the wrong targets.

In trying to call out “blogs…with their snarkiness and hypocrisy on full display,
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‘Peaky Blinders’ Virtual Reality Game Will Pitch Players Into the Action

‘Peaky Blinders’ Virtual Reality Game Will Pitch Players Into the Action
Peaky Blinders” fans will be able to join the gang – virtually – in a new Vr game that will allow players to interact with characters from the hit series. Start-up immersive studio Maze Theory teamed with the show’s producers and is making the game, which will launch in 2020.

Artificial intelligence technology means characters will respond to players’ gestures, movement, voice, sound and body language in the game, and that each player will have a different experience and be totally immersed in the “Peaky Blinders” world.

Players will be tasked with infiltrating a street gang and undertaking a covert mission. They
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Dominatrix Community Condemns Netflix Show ‘Bonding’ As ‘Inauthentic’ and ‘Problematic’

Netflix scored big with bawdy teen comedy “Sex Education” at the start of the year, but it appears its latest attempt at a sex positive comedy was a misstep. Created by actor Rightor Doyle, “Bonding” centers around a gay stand-up comic who comes into his sexuality when he takes on a gig as an assistant to a dominatrix. In a creator’s statement posted to Instagram, Doyle explained that the show is based on his personal experience as a struggling comedian in New York.

“As a young gay man still struggling with my own sexuality, guarding the door while one of my best friends from home tied a naked man to a four poster bed and whipped him was jarring to say the least,” wrote Doyle, while also touting “influences ranging from Pedro Almodóvar to Terry Zwigoff.”

Although many fans chimed in with messages of support, not all were convinced
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All Signs Point to Brett and Casey Steaming Things Up on Chicago Fire

A divorce from Gabby Dawson (Monica Raymund) should have sent Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) into a much-needed ho phase, but like that standard issue white polo he loves to rock, his love life has remained a bland affair. Even a fling with a strong-willed reporter didn't do much to revive his abysmal

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TV News Roundup: HBO Releases ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ Trailer

In today’s TV news roundup, HBO released the trailer for the “Deadwood” film, and CNN announced a premiere date for “Apollo 11.”

Dates

The documentary “Apollo 11” from director/producer Todd Douglas Miller will premiere on CNN Sunday, June 23 at 9 p.m. Using only archival sources, the film captures Nasa’s 1969 Apollo 11 mission.

First Looks

HBO released the trailer for the upcoming “Deadwood” film. The movie is a continuation of the HBO series of the same name that debuted 15 years ago. Stars Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant reprise their roles. The film comes to HBO May 31.

Events

The new
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Manstead Is Dead on Chicago Med, Long Live Leestead

Take those Manstead feelings and bury them deep, One Chicago fam.

Will (Nick Gehlfuss) and Natalie's (Torrey DeVitto) tumultuous romance has been over for months on Chicago Med, and the reality of their breakup is finally sinking in. It's hard, I know, but we'll all get through this. Especially

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How to Watch the NFL Draft 2019 on TV and Streaming

It's a big day for football fans as the 2019 NFL draft officially kicks off on Thursday. For the first time ever, ABC will be broadcasting the entire draft over the course of three days, with the first two grabbing primetime viewing slots on the network.

So you've got your fantasy draft plan in

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Chicago P.D.'s Burgess Flirted with Darkness in an Emotionally Charged Episode

When the chips are down, you can always count on Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) to see the silver lining. However, Wednesday's episode of Chicago P.D., titled "What Could Have Been," saw the normally peppy detective grapple with immense guilt stemming from a new case that hit close to home.

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Other Links From TVGuide.com Chicago P.D.Jason BegheMarina SquerciatiPatrick John FluegerLaRoyce HawkinsJon Seda
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TVLine Items: Chandra Wilson Returns to Gh, 100 Vet's Starz Gig and More

TVLine Items: Chandra Wilson Returns to Gh, 100 Vet's Starz Gig and More
Chandra Wilson is headed back to General Hospital — but not as one of the characters she previously played on the ABC daytime soap.

The Grey’s Anatomy star will portray Sydney Val Jean, a fashion editor at Crimson magazine who will appear alongside editor-in-chief Nina Clay-Cassadine (Michelle Stafford) on the Nurses Ball red carpet, People reports. In her past visits to Port Charles, Wilson appeared as one of Kevin’s patients, then as a marriage and family therapist.

Wilson’s return is slated to air on Friday, May 17.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Isaiah Washington (The 100,
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Shannon Ryan Joins Disney TV, ABC as Marketing Chief

Former Fox Television chief marketing officer Shannon Ryan has been tapped as the new president of marketing for ABC Entertainment and Disney Television Studios.

The announcement was made by Karey Burke, president of ABC Entertainment, and Craig Hunegs, president of Disney Television Studios, to whom she will report.

Rumours had been circling for a while that Ryan would be one of the execs making the transition to Disney after its colossal $71.3 billion acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox’s film and television holdings. On the TV side, Peter Rice, Dana Walden, John Landgraf, and Gary E. Knell have all
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Levi's Past Hookups May Prove Useful in This Proven Innocent Sneak Peek

In Proven Innocent, things have been pretty rough for Levi (Riley Smith) since he and his sister, Madeline (Rachelle Lefevre), were exonerated for the murder of their childhood friend. While Madeline used her Yale degree to jumpstart her career in law, Levi has struggled to get back on his feet

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