Mr. Prendick is rescued, but that doesn’t mean he is lucky.
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Author: W. Blaine Dowler
–Nothing demonic there.
–Well, something possessed her to buy those shoes.
SurrealEstate ends its first season with two connected episodes that solve some mysteries while opening up a portal to new directions for season two.
The most significant cliffhanger? We do not yet know if the show will have a second season.
Between last year’s COVID affected production and release schedules and the move to streaming from broadcast seasons, I am not sure that fall premiers and summer re-runs are still a thing. A John Diggle Cameo joins us for Supergirl’s twelfth episode focuses on a socially just Guardian, but Stargirl is back at episode seven, giving fallout from Yolanda’s remorse. The stream side was staggared as well as Titan’s take their ninth episode with some soul, but we are just getting the first three episodes of Doom Patrol’s third season. Over on Evil, someone is afraid of cracking some eggs. Chapelwaite gets committed. What If still doesn’t give us advanced knowledge of which changes we will get to see, but there’s a Multiversal Avengers theory out there, as well as a Thor-centric episode still in the works. Riverdale sends Jughead and Betty season for missing friends. American Horror Story offs the Gardners. On See, the family has a royal dinner party.
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Do you volunteer as Tribute? Well, this week we’ve got 30 questions on Hunger Games Trivia.
It seems weird that we’ve waited this long to tackle the mega hit series, but here we are. Maybe our own brush with the apocalypse will give a new appreciation for the popular post-apocalyptic books and movies.