Television

Jensen Ackles is stepping behind the camera for the sixth and final time on Supernatural to direct this Thursday’s episode, which finds Sam and Dean investigating the murder and disappearance of two high school girls. The upcoming installment, titled “Atomic Monsters,” is a much-needed return to form for the Winchesters, who have had their hands
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[embedded content] From 1972 through 1997, ABC aired a series of television films called “afterschool specials.” Aimed at the youth market, they usually plucked a topic from the headlines, dramatized it and left you with a clear, actionable message. They were corny as hell, though sometimes one could find devilish delight in “this is what
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[embedded content] The executives behind HBO Max gave their first real preview of the new streaming service on Tuesday, announcing its $14.99 subscription cost and its May 2020 launch window. They also unveiled HBO Max’s slate of original programming. Some shows, like Kaley Cuoco‘s The Flight Attendant and the Gossip Girl sequel series, had been
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Aside from what seems to be the inciting incident in Michonne’s (Danai Gurira) final Walking Dead story (more on that later), “Silence the Whisperers” was an internal episode, focusing on the emotional and mental states of Lydia (Cassady McClincy), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) specifically, and the increasingly paranoid and fearful communities
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