ENTERTAINMENT 04/23/2018 08:13 am ET Stubbs is back in Westworld, but seriously, where was he? By Leigh Blickley Warning: Spoilers ahead for “Westworld” Season 2. Well, folks, we’re back in “Westworld.” And Stubbs is here to join us. That’s right, after randomly disappearing following a run-in with some warrior hosts in the penultimate episode of Season 1, it appears handsome security officer Ashley Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth) was just enjoying a little sabbatical. But seriously, where was he? We don’t learn much about Stubbs’ previous whereabouts when we catch up with him in Season 2, Episode 1, “Journey Into Night.” He, alongside the head of Delos operations Karl Strand (Gustaf Skarsgård) and fellow officers Antoine (Fares Fares) and Maling (Betty Gabriel), discover a beat-up Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) on the beach and soon go hunting for hostile androids, who have revolted against the human … [Read more...] about Luke Hemsworth Is Here To Share ‘Westworld’ Season 2 Spoilers
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‘Westworld’ will kick off its second season this Sunday. John P. Johnson/HBO This Sunday night will see Westworld premiere its second season with “Journey Into Night.” While we’ve spent the week diving deep into the first season to elicit clues about the show’s sophomore run, we’re prepared to bet the house on one specific prediction: this episode will set viewership records for Westworld.Of the show’s 10 total episodes, the season one finale, “The Bicameral Mind,” is its biggest outing with 2.24 million live linear network viewers and 3.6 million across all platforms for the night. When taking into account HBO Go/Now and delayed viewing (Live + 7 Days), Westworld averaged more than 12 million weekly viewers, making it HBO’s most-watched rookie series of all time.So what kind of numbers should we expect for “Journey Into Night?”Westworld saw live viewership increase over each of its last six episodes, a trend … [Read more...] about ‘Westworld’ Season 2 Premiere Ratings: Will ‘Journey Into Night’ Set Records?
Supported by Television Atlanta By LEIGH-ANN JACKSON APRIL 12, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story Season 2, Episode 7, ‘Champagne Papi’It’s safe to come out from under the covers; last week’s boogeyman has been vanquished. (Though the ghost of Teddy Perkins will continue to haunt us all.)We’re back in more familiar territory — the Atlanta party scene. With a newly liberated Van as our vehicle, we get a behind-the-scenes look at those A-list bashes that appear glamorous, but only when snapped from the right angles.Van and her friends, Tami, Candy and Nadine, are prepping for the ultimate girls’ night out, a New Year’s Eve party hosted by the “Champagne Papi” himself, Drake. They’re dressed in the requisite bodycon dresses, fixing their faces and filling in their followers on every detail.After Insta-stalking Earn — who … [Read more...] about ‘Atlanta’ Season 2, Episode 7 Recap: Drake Has Left the Building
Noah Hawley explains the Discovery Channel-esque vignette he calls "educational segments" Ashley Boucher, provided by Published 8:00 pm, Tuesday, April 3, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Yes, That Was Jon Hamm’s Voice in the ‘Legion’ Season 2 Premiere 1 / 1 Back to Gallery (Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s premiere of “Legion” Season 2) If you thought you recognized “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm’s voice in the “Legion” Season 2 premiere, you’d be right. And you can expect to hear more from Hamm as the season goes on. Hamm doesn’t appear as a character in “Legion,” but rather as an off-camera narrator for what showrunner Noah Hawley calls “educational segments” that appear throughout Season 2. Now that we know David Haller’s (Dan Stevens) “delusions” are evidence of his … [Read more...] about Yes, That Was Jon Hamm’s Voice in the ‘Legion’ Season 2 Premiere
The Walking Dead returned from its mid-series break to confirm that, yes, Carl “son of the Ricktator” Grimes was truly, absolutely, definitely dead. We heard him take his life with a sniper rifle, just in time to halt his transformation into a walker. And we watched Rick and Michonne tearfully dig a grave for the teenager. No body was presented as definitive proof, it’s true. But it isn’t as if the Walking Dead would pretend to kill someone simply to bring them back a few episodes later. Aside, of course, from the time Glenn was shown being devoured by walkers before it was revealed that, actually, he was perfectly fine. Carl’s situation was obviously different in so far as he had contracted the walker virus, ruling out the Glenn option of hiding behind a convenient wheelie bin until the threat passes. On the assumption the series isn’t pulling the post-apocalyptic fleece over our eyes here, then, eight burning questions we were left with … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead season 8, episode 9, Honor, recap: is it really the end for Carl?