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All 21 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, ranked

Posted: Fri Mar 08, 2019 9:00 am
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All 21 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, ranked

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UK Air Dates for US & UK Shows in 2019

Posted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 4:30 pm
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UK Air Dates for US & UK Shows in 2019

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Spring Premiere Dates For New & Returning Series: 2019 Edition

The Village (NBC, new drama series)
Mental Samurai (Fox, new game show series)
If Loving You Is Wrong (OWN, Season 4; two-night premiere continues March 20)
Mysteries of the Abandoned (Science Channel, Season 4)

March 20:
The Act (Hulu, new drama series)
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform, new drama series)
Big Boy’s Neighborhood (Fuse, Season 2)
Step Up: High Water (YouTube Premium, Season 2)
Battle of the Ages (BYUtv, new game show series)
Dinner Takes All (BYUtv, new cooking competition series)

March 22:
The OA (Netflix, Season 2)
Delhi Crime (Netflix, new true-crime series)
Selling Sunset (Netflix, new docuseries)

March 23:
Kids Choice Awards (Nickelodeon, live special)
Accident, Suicide or Murder (Oxygen, new true-crime docuseries)

March 24:
Into the Badlands (AMC, Season 3B; final season)
Action (Showtime, new documentary miniseries)
Mission Declassified (Travel Channel, new docuseries)
Downbeat (YouTube; new mockumentary series)

March 25:
Knightfall (History, Season 2)
Jesus: His Life (History, new docuseries)
Women War & Peace (PBS, Season 2)

March 27:
Jane the Virgin (The CW, Season 5; final season)
Million Dollar Mile (CBS, new obstacle-course competition series)
What We Do in the Shadows (FX, new comedy series)
Happy! (Syfy, Season 2)

March 28:
Abby’s (NBC, new comedy series)
Impractical Jokers (TruTV, Season 8)
Tacoma FD (TruTV, new comedy series)

March 29:
Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix, Season 3)
On My Block (Netflix, Season 2)
Osmosis (Netflix, new drama series)
Hanna (Amazon Prime, new drama series)
America in Transition (Revry, new documentary series)

March 30:
Victor and Valentino (Cartoon Network, new animated series)
Animal ER Live (Nat GEo Wild, new docuseries)

March 31:
Veep (HBO, Season 7; final season)
Barry (HBO, Season 2)
El sabor de las margaritas (Netflix, new Spanish drama series)
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series (Netflix, comedy animated comedy series)
Sunday Night Baseball (ESPN, Season 30)
Call the Midwife (PBS, Season 8)
Mrs. Wilson (PBS, new drama series)
Girl Meets Farm (Food Network, Season 2)

April 1:
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW, Season 4B)
The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access, new anthology drama series)
Cannon Busters (Netflix, new animated series)
Ultraman (Netflix, new anime series)
Street Outlaws (Discovery, Season 11)
Yellowstone Live (National Geographic Channel, new nature docuseries)
Hostile Planet (National Geographic Channel, new nature docuseries)
30 Minute Meals (Food Network, cooking series revival)
Death in Paradise (KCET, Season 8)
Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries (Acorn, new drama series)

April 2:
The Last O.G. (TBS, Season 2)
Growing Up Chrisley (USA, new docuseries)
Miz & Mrs. (USA, Season 1B)
7 Little Johnstons (TLC, Season 5)
Little People, Big World (TLC, Season 14)
Bong Appétit: Cook Off (Viceland, new competition format)
Legendary Locations (Travel Channel, Season 2)

April 3:
Brockmire (IFC, Season 3)
World Surf League 2019 Men’s and Women’s Championship Tour (FS2, live sports premiere)

April 4:
In the Dark (The CW, new drama series)
Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger (Freeform, Season 2)
Wife Swap (Paramount, reality series revival; new network; moved from February 28)
Ghost Bait (Travel Channel, new docuseries revival)
Braxton Family Values (WE tv, Season 6)
Unspeakable (SundanceTV, new drama miniseries)

April 5:
Quicksand (Netflix, new Swedish drama series)
The Tick (Amazon Prime, Season 2)
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix, Season 2)
Our Planet (Netflix, new nature documentary series)
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas (HBO, Season 2)
Warrior (Cinemax, new drama series)
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail (Discovery, Season 3)
Gold Rush: Dave Turin’s Lost Mine (Discovery Go, new docuseries)

April 6:
The Book of John Gray (OWN, Season 2)
My Little Pony (Discovery Family, Season 9; final season)

April 7:
Killing Eve (BBC America/AMC, Season 2)
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO, Season 6B)
The Chi (Showtime, Season 2)
A Discovery of Witches (AMC/BBC America, Season 1; TV premiere)
Murder for Hire (Oxygen, new true-crime docuseries)
Madeleine McCann: An ID Murder Mystery (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime miniseries)
’80s in the Sand (AXS TV, new music docuseries)

April 8:
Diesel Brothers (Discovery, Season 5)
Queens of Mystery (Acorn, new drama series)

April 9:
The Code (CBS, new drama series)
Fosse/Verdon (FX, new drama limited series)
Deadliest Catch (Discovery, Season 15)
The Bold Type (Freeform, Season 3)
You Me Her (Audience Network, Season 4)
Reconstruction: America After the Civil War (PBS, new documentary miniseries)

April 10:
You vs. Wild (Netflix, new interactive adventure series)
Expedition Unknown (Discovery Channel, Season 6)

April 11:
The Flay List (Food Network, new docuseries)

April 12:
Special (Netflix, new comedy series)

April 13:
Nate & Jeremiah by Design (TLC, Season 3)

April 14:
Game of Thrones (HBO, Season 8; final season)
Psi (HBO, Season 4)
Bake You Rich (Food Network, new baking competition series)

April 15:
The Code (CBS, new drama series; time slot premiere)
No Good Nick (Netflix, new dramedy series)
T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle (VH1, Season 2)
Say Yes to the Nest (HGTV, new docuseries)

April 16:
Bless This Mess (ABC, new comedy series)
The Big Interview (AXS TV, Season 7)

April 17:
Breakthrough: The Ideas that Changed the World, new documentary limited series)

April 18:
Life in Pieces (CBS, Season 4; moves to regular slot on April 25)

April 19:
I Ship It (The CW, Season 2)
Rilakkuma and Kaoru (Netflix, new anime series)
Bosch (Amazon Prime, Season 5)
Ramy (Hulu, new comedy series)
Portals to Hell (Travel Channel, new docuseries)

April 20:
Restaurant: Impossible (Food Network, Season 14)
Murdoch Mysteries (Ovation, Season 12)

April 21:
Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro (Food Network, Season 16)
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition (Food Network, Season 5)
Rome’s Chariot Superstar (Smithsonian Channel, new historical miniseries)

April 22:
Gentleman Jack (HBO, new drama series)
Live Rescue (A&E, new live docuseries)
La Reina del Sur (Telemundo, Season 2)
The Brigade: Race to the Hudson (Outdoor Channel, new reality competition series)

April 23:
The Curse of Civil War Gold (History, Season 2)
Tales (BET, Season 2)

April 24:
Cobra Kai (YouTube, Season 2)

April 25:
Top Gear (BBC America, Season 26)

April 26:
2019 NFL Draft (ABC, live sports special; continues through April 28)
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Netflix, Season 2)

April 27:
The Son (AMC, Season 2; final season)

April 28:
The Red Line (CBS, new drama event series)
Deep State (Epix, Season 2)

April 29:
American Spring Live (PBS, new nature documentary miniseries)
Pacific Heartbeat (PBS, Season 8)
Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries (Acorn, new travel docuseries)

April 30:
The 100 (The CW, Season 5)
On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us (HBO, new documentary miniseries)

April TBA:
Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta (CNN, new docuseries)

May 1:
The Name of the Rose (SundanceTV, new drama limited series)

May 2:
iZombie (The CW, Season 5; final season)
Best Room Wins (Bravo, new home-design competition series)

May 3:
Tuca & Bertie (Netflix, new animated comedy series)

May 5:
The Spanish Princess (Starz, new drama limited series)
Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar (AXS TV, Season 4)
Real Money (AXS TV, Season 2)

May 6:
Chernobyl (HBO, new miniseries)

May 10:
Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men (Showtime, new documentary miniseries)

May 13:
LA’s Finest (Spectrum Originals, new drama series)

May 16:
The Very Very Best of the ’70s (AXS TV, new music-countdown series)

May 17:
Catch-22 (Hulu, new drama limited series)
Fleabag (Amazon Prime, Season 2)

May 19:
Secrets of the Zoo (Nat Geo Wild, Season 2)

May 22:
The Amazing Race (CBS, Season 31)

May 23:
Christina on the Coast (HGTV, new docuseries)

May 24:
She’s Gotta Have It (Netflix, Season 2)

May 27:
The Hot Zone (National Geographic Channel, new drama miniseries)

May 28:
Songland (NBC, new songwriting competition series)
America’s Got Talent (NBC, Season 14)
Pure (WGN America, Season 2)

May 29:
American Ninja Warrior (NBC, Season 8; moves to regular slot June 10)
Property Brothers: Forever Home (HGTV, new home-renovation series)

May 31:
Good Omens (Amazon Prime, new dramedy series)
When They See Us (Netflix, new documentary limited series)

May TBA:
Paradise Hotel (Fox, new drama series)
Listing Impossible (CNBC, new docuseries)
Cash Pad (CNBC, new docuseries; working title)
Five Day Business Flip (CNBC, new docuseries; working title)
Red Table Talk (Facebook Watch, Season 2)

Spring TBA:
Elementary (CBS, Season 7; final season)
Chrisley Knows Best (USA, Season 7)
One Strange Rock (National Geographic Channel, Season 2)
Below Deck Mediterranean (Bravo, Season 4)
Most Expensivest (Viceland, Season 3)
Apollo’s Moon Shot (Smithsonian Channel, new documentary limited series)
Inside Mighty Machines (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
This Close (Sundance Now, Season 2)
MTV’s The Real World (Facebook Watch, reality series revival)

Three (3) new thrillers on Netflix

Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:11 am
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Three (3) new thrillers on Netflix
Post by webeye » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:09 pm
Spies, lies and sex: Three new thrillers on Netflix to watch right now



As World War II ends, a young English woman, Feef Symonds (Emma Appleton) agrees to help an enigmatic American agent root out Russian infiltration of the British government in Traitors.

Sometimes it’s a matter of mental heath. You need the distraction and relaxation of indulging – by binge-watch or otherwise – in a multipart thriller. You need a puzzle to solve; you need escape into another country or another period in time. Strong characters, a compelling story and occasional pauses for sensuality. Those are the ingredients.

Right now, we’re in a lull period when much of what is new on streaming services is fantasy or horror. And if the supernatural and the fantastical are too much for you, herewith, three fine thrillers now available – one British, one from Mexico and the third from Italy.

Traitors (now on Netflix Canada) is a six-part Channel 4 production set in the immediate postwar period and the context is paranoia about Soviet influence in Britain. Specifically, American suspicions that Communists or their sympathizers are all over the place, infiltrating the government and multiple areas of influence. When Britain elects a Labour government under Clement Attlee in 1945, the paranoia increases in intensity.

The central character is an unusual figure for this type of period drama. She’s Feef Symonds (Emma Appleton), a young woman from the fringes of the upper class who has enjoyed the freedom that the war gave her: A career, a taste for danger and sexual freedom. As the war ends, she’s offered a secretarial job in a government ministry. To add to her disappointment, the married U.S. army officer she’s been sleeping with (sex is a strong dramatic undercurrent in the series) is about to return home. But somebody spots her as a potential spy. That’s a shadowy American figure, Mr. Rowe (Michael Stuhlbarg, familiar from Boardwalk Empire and Coen brothers’ movies), from the Office of Strategic Services, which was the CIA before it was called the CIA.

For Feef, spying on her own government is at first almost noble. She comes from a solid conservative family and sees the rejection of Churchill and rise of the “socialist” Labour, as a betrayal. As the drama unfolds, there is a well-textured portrait of the immediate postwar period, with its austerity and seething unease about what happens next. The Feef figure is fascinating: Sexually liberated and bored by peacetime, she’s a cunning woman, and far from sympathetic.

Tijuana is a new character-driven drama that follows the staff of Tijuana Weekly as it investigates and reports on hard-hitting stories.


Tijuana (now on Netflix Canada, in Spanish with English subtitles) is a good political thriller that’s really about the media and about Mexico as it is now. That is, as a voice-over tells us, a country where 115 journalists have been killed since 2000.

Set mainly among the staff of Frente Tijuana, an independent newspaper, it follows two interlocking storylines. One of the paper’s founders was murdered years before the action starts and his nephew Andy (Ivan Aragon) is making a documentary about his life and death. While he’s doing this, the paper is enthusiastically covering the rise of a local candidate for governor of the state, Eugenio Robles (Roberto Mateos), a former factory worker with a left-wing message. When Robles is assassinated, the story the paper is covering gets murky and very dangerous.

In several aspects, Tijuana (in 11 parts) is at the level of prestige-cable drama. It has a propulsive quality that transcends occasional earnestness. (A newspaper photographer reacts to being told that her photos are as beautiful as art, by saying, “My job is to denounce, not to decorate a house.”) The formidable danger of working as a journalist in Mexico is at its core, but these are not saintly or glamorous figures – they are driven, sometimes obsessive people angry at what Mexico has become. It’s all very contemporary, with the bodies of dead migrants from Honduras and El Salvador turning up in the fields and drug traffickers taking brutal revenge against nosy reporters. As a political thriller, it doesn’t really have subtext. What it has is an in-your-face depiction of a barbaric kind of corruption.

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Inspector Carlo Guerrieri (Claudio Amendola) a veteran police officer from Rome, finds himself partnered with a rookie named Malik Soprani (Miguel Gobbo Diaz) who was born in Ivory Coast but raised in the capital in Netflix's Carlo & Malik.


Carlo & Malik (on Netflix Canada, in Italian with English subtitles) was titled Nero a meta (“half-black”) when it aired recently in Italy. It’s the most conventional of the three thrillers cited here, in that it’s essentially about mismatched cops going about their work. A veteran cop in Rome, Carlo Guerrieri (Claudio Amendola), is paired with an upstart rookie, Malik Soprani (Miguel Gobbo Diaz), who was born in the Ivory Coast. Carlo seems a decent guy but he’s old-school racist. He sees most immigrants as criminals and believes anyone not born in Italy, or anyone with parents not born in Italy, is not Italian. As the pair try to forge some sort of working relationship, racism in Italy is very much on the surface.

This adds a vital element to what is, often, a traditional police procedural. The acting is excellent, the two leads are very solid and the scene-stealer is Rosa Diletta Rossi as Alba, Carlo’s daughter who works as a medical examiner. Her journeys round Rome on her scooter act as a crucial, street-level portrait of the city. And the city is a real main character in the 12-part series. While the format feels familiar, the specificity of Rome is both startling and charming.

Most-watched finales ever

Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 7:26 am
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Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 11:00 am
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Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 10:57 am
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Webscout wrote:
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I tried to open this page in Internet Explorer and it failed. I will upgrade my FireFox to a newer version, maybe this will help.

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I use Chrome....

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New Film Releases Aug 9, 2019
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The Irishman is a four-star triumph

Posted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:09 pm
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Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is a four-star triumph that Netflix should be eternally grateful for

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