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My DVR missed the season premiere of Black Lightning. Even less than one week in Fios wanted me to pay to watch it On Demand. Will probably record the rest and binge watch it once they rerun the first episode.
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After tomorrow, both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie and Mystery channel are going full blown Christmas programming until about New Years. They do this every year and every year I get upset. I fall asleep with my tv on the Mystery channel. Their late night shows are Murder She Wrote, Hart to Hart, Matlock and Columbo.

Well, yesterday my cable carrier added ElRey network. I had to add the Spanish tier to my bill for $6 a month, but it's gonna be worth it!!! And I have no idea why they added it to their Spanish channels, all the selections are in English. I think Danny Trejo is involved in the network somehow, but that is the only Spanish connection I can think of. Regardless, I have wanted the ElRey network here for 2 and a half years. I had it in my old apartment and enjoyed it tremendously.

The late night selections look to include Stargate Atlantis, The Incredible Hulk, Stargate SG-1, The A-Team, Lucha Underground (that may be broadcast in Spanish, I don't recall) and an occasional paid program. But their movie selection is usually right up my alley, The Crow is on right now.
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Didn't see that coming. I thought Disney wasn't going to put these adult shows on their streaming service?

Netflix is more and more moving to shows that they own and control. Luke Cage, Iron Fist and other shows that have recently been cancelled by Netflix are shows that come from outside production studios. Luke Cage and Iron Fist are both from ABC Studios. So even if Disney isn't moving them to their own streaming service, Netflix doesn't want them, unless they are home runs.
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After tomorrow, both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie and Mystery channel are going full blown Christmas programming until about New Years. They do this every year and every year I get upset. I fall asleep with my tv on the Mystery channel. Their late night shows are Murder She Wrote, Hart to Hart, Matlock and Columbo.

I am not a fan of 24/7 Christmas either.
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I know what I will be watching on Halloween evening!!!

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I'm on episode 3 of "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina". Things are picking up and getting exciting. The influences of the CW are obvious and predictable. I'm overlooking those parts and enjoying the rest. I'll be watching more tomorrow.
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There are not a whole lot of lines left uncrossed in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Many reviews are very favorable for this new show. But a rating of TV-14???

murder
gore
gender identification
homosexuality
sadomasochism
orgies
adultery
God-hating
necromancy
cannibalism
Satan worshipping

If my kids were not adults and I still had young teens, I would not let them watch this show. I also don't think this show was appropriately rated. The infatuation that Hollywood has with ruining the innocence of kids, IMHO, has a negative effect on our culture. Bullying, drug use, violence, and sexual promiscuity is destroying the lives of our kids. When I was younger I thought this was all BS. Now that I'm older and somewhat wiser, I do see how it has influenced our society. There will be kids dumb enough to explore and experiment with what they see. (ie. Slender Man)

Okay, I'm stepping down from my soapbox. From an adult point of view, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is not to bad. It's definitely
a far cry from its predecessor, Sabrina the Teenage Witch. With decent special effects and a likable cast, I can see this show going into a few seasons. Some episodes are slow and drag along but pick up in the next. This is understandable as they are still developing the cast characters. It will be fun to watch future seasons and see where the writers take us on this journey. As for younger teens, let them watch something else.

I give it 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.



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Seems like a CW show on steroids. No interest here.
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Watching Ghost Adventures Live on the Travel channel and four live feed cameras from the show on Facebook Live!!! My Halloween is complete!!!
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Watching Ghost Adventures Live on the Travel channel and four live feed cameras from the show on Facebook Live!!! My Halloween is complete!!!


I used to love these types of shows until one year all the cool things in Ghost Hunters was most likely staged.
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Batwoman TV Series In Works At the CW With Groundbreaking Lesbian Superhero Lead From Caroline Dries & Greg Berlanti



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The CW needs to just move on over to LOGO.
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I foresee a new network, LGBT.TV
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LOL, seriously? I would have thought they'd appreciate the publicity.

SATANIC TEMPLE Threatens Legal Action Against Netflix's SABRINA




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YES!!! Loved This series.

'Deadwood' Movie Starts Filming with Majority of Cast Returning

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After tomorrow, both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie and Mystery channel are going full blown Christmas programming until about New Years. They do this every year and every year I get upset. I fall asleep with my tv on the Mystery channel. Their late night shows are Murder She Wrote, Hart to Hart, Matlock and Columbo.

I am not a fan of 24/7 Christmas either.

I heard about the Hallmark channel this weekend and had to look. Over the top Christmas decorations in every single scene, terribly done CGI snow, and the same plot in every show for months on end.
Both fascinated and horrified. Cuckoos Nest channel. We turned off the sound and made our own dialog, which was a real challenge with no Jack Nicholson character.
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So Rick Grimes is gone from the Walking Dead TV series, but he'll be back. By way of three TV movies.

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That's what they're saying. I haven't had a chance to watch his "departure" episodes just yet. I'm on vacation in Cabo for a couple of weeks. I'll get busy with my DVR when I get home.
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Yes! I really liked this show

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‘Grimm’ Spinoff in Development at NBC

A spinoff of the fantasy drama series “Grimm” is currently in the works at NBC, Variety has learned.

The untitled spinoff hails from writer and executive producer Melissa Glenn, whose recent TV writing credits include “Iron Fist” Season 2, “Zoo,” and “Beauty and the Beast.” Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner, who were executive producers on the original show, will also executive produce the spinoff under their Hazy Mills banner. David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf, two of the original series’ three co-creators, will serve as consulting producers.

According to the official description, the new show builds off the mythology of the original series and will feature returning fan favorites while also introducing new characters, new dangers and new mysteries.

Universal Television will produce in association with Hazy Mills, with the production company being under an overall deal at the studio.

Glenn is repped by ICM and Ziffren Brittenham. Kouf is repped by WME. Greenwalt is repped by APA and Bloom Hergott. Hayes and Hazy Mills are also repped by WME.

The original “Grimm” ran for six seasons on NBC, concluding in March 2017. It starred David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Silas Weir Mitchell, Sasha Roiz, Reggie Lee, and Elizabeth Tulloch. The series aired over 120 episodes during its run. “Grimm” mostly aired on Friday nights, except during its second season when NBC shifted it to Mondays and then Tuesdays before returning it to Fridays in its third season.
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Couple updates for folks:

'Agents of SHIELD' Renewed by ABC for Season 7

Jon Cryer Set as Lex Luthor in CW's 'Supergirl'
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I wonder if Season 6 of AOS is still planned as an abbreviated season?
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