Culture The Expanse In a wide-ranging Reddit AMA, The Expanse co-author Daniel Abraham—who, together with writing partner Ty Franck, constitute the pen name James S.A. Corey—answered questions about the book series, including events in the latest entry, Tiamat’s Wrath, which is far beyond the events depicted in the first three seasons of The Expanse TV show. But while many of Abraham’s answers could spoil deaths and other plot twists ahead in Season 4 and beyond, other answers reveal what viewers have to look forward to when The Expanse returns. Season 4 of The Expanse will follow the events of the book Cibola Burn, as humanity races to explore the habitable worlds beyond the gates unlocked in The Expanse Season 3. While the new season is still in the works, Abraham already had an answer to a question asking for his favorite Season 4 episode. The Ring created by the protomolecule opened up hundreds of new star systems to explore in Season 4 of … [Read more...] about ‘The Expanse’ Author Reveals Favorite Season 4 Episode and What Miller Has in Common with Swamp Thing
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Culture The Voice The Voice 2018 The Voice 2018 Performances The Voice Season 15 Blind Auditions The Voice Season 15 'The Battles' The Voice Season 15 Live Blog The Voice 2018 Recaps and Results The Voice Season 15 The Voice Season 15 episode 7, is set to wrap up the Blind Auditions and kick off the first round of The Battles on Monday night at 8 p.m. EDT. During the previous blind auditions, 44 contestants were chosen to join one of the four judges’ teams with an additional 6 contestants gaining a second chance on the show via Kelsea Ballerini’s Comeback Team. Tonight’s two-hour show will include a final round of blind auditions, during which the judges will each choose one last contestant to join their teams. Once the blind auditions are complete, the second half of the show will launch viewers in the very first Battle round of the season. How The Voice Battles Work CeeLo Green appears on The Voice Season 15 as a mentor for Team Adam. NBC … [Read more...] about ‘The Voice’ Season 15, Episode 7 Battles Recap & Results: Who Left, Who Got Stolen and Who’s Going To The Knockouts?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by Better Call Saul ByDavid Segal Aug. 13, 2018 Season 4, Episode 2, ‘Breathe’ Here’s a million-dollar book idea: “Gustavo Fring, Management Genius.” We all know the man has a gift for mass producing and selling drugs, and he sure can move a lot of fried chicken. But any list of his talents must include his method for dealing with, and manipulating, people. In “Breathe,” as this episode is titled, his managerial acumen is a wonder to behold. Watch him instantly solve the problem posed by Mike, who has announced that he is going to continue stealing the ID badges of employees of Madrigal Electromotive — which is paying him laundered money — and then roll through the company’s terminals and point out safety and protocol violations. This … [Read more...] about ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 4, Episode 2: Gus Fring Is a Management Genius
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The Affair BySean T. Collins July 1, 2018 Season 4, Episode 3 “All right, so, let me get this straight. She was married to you, and then she cheated with you, and then she left you for you, and then she cheated on you with you, and then she had your baby, but then said it was your baby. Did I get that right?” Sure, I could identify the men referred to by each use of the word “you” in the above monologue, delivered by the high-school student Anton Gatewood to his teacher Noah Solloway and Noah’s former romantic rival Cole Lockhart. But would it really even matter? Watching the actor Christopher Meyer say all this stuff from the back seat of a car to the two men in the front, his head swiveling back and forth as if he were watching some kind of bizarre, psychosexual Wimbledon, says … [Read more...] about ‘The Affair’ Season 4, Episode 3: Playing the Savior
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The Affair BySean T. Collins June 24, 2018 Season 4, Episode 2 Coincidence, synchronicity, luck of the draw: If any show on television is aware that these mysterious forces are often less than benign, it’s “The Affair.” The series’s titular relationship began with what seemed like kismet between a frustrated father and a grieving mother, and it ended in a slow-motion crack-up of the families involved. In the process, Noah landed in prison for a death he didn’t cause, covering for both his current wife and his former one. And those are just the two most prominent instances among many. Which brings us to tonight’s episode, in which the often traumatic experiences of undocumented immigrants plays a central role in the story — airing, it just so happens, on a week when it … [Read more...] about ‘The Affair’ Season 4, Episode 2 Recap: The Mayor of Montauk