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SPOILER ALERT! This post contains details from the Season 2 finale of Starz’s Blindspotting.
Season 2 of Blindspotting came to an end on Friday with a cathartic episode where the characters finally addressed some of the tensions that have been brewing since Miles [Rafael Casal] went to prison.
The episode follows the aftermath of Miles’ unexpected homecoming. Ashley [Jasmine Cephas Jones] has been sleeping on Nancy’s couch since Miles walked in on her explaining to their friends and family why she’d kissed another man. After a spectacularly early release from San Quentin, Miles had decided to surprise everyone at Meat Fest (an annual party Rainey throws to stick it to her cheating ex). There’s no phones allowed at Meat Fest, so he couldn’t call anyways.
“It’s a very sad way for him to find out when the moment should be this joyous moment of him coming home and him surprising everybody. We’ve all waited for this moment, and so it’s just really sad, and I feel bad for her,” Cephas Jones told Deadline.
Ashley certainly harbors more guilt than ever, given that Miles went to prison on New Year’s Eve on drug possession charges as a cover for her brother. Now it’s New Year’s Eve again. Miles and Ashley haven’t spoken since, but the final episode makes it clear that they’re both desperately searching for a way back to each other.
And it’s not just Miles that Ashley needs to mend things with. She and his mother Rainey have been due for a conversation the entire season. After a cathartic argument with Rainey in the cemetery, standing beside her biological mother’s grave, Ashley finds the strength to finally approach Miles.
He finds her sitting on their bed upstairs holding the two bottles of champagne they were meant to share
A column chronicling conversations and events during award seasons.
This is not a drill! We finally got the first photos of Kylie Jenner and Timothée Chalamet! And we are not talking about just a picture of her SUV in his driveway – an actual photo of them together!
The first thing that struck returning “Queen of the Universe” judges Michelle Visage, Trixie Mattel and Vanessa Williams was how beautiful the Season 2 contestants were. TheWrap caught up with the trio ahead of Friday’s season premiere.“The first day on a drag show is exciting for me because that’s when you see everybody for the first time,” Visage, who also serves as a judge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” said. “I love that.”“There was a few the first day when they walked out where we looked at each other like ‘This bitch,'” Mattel recalled.
experts predict the Nuggets will take it all, with superstar player Nikola Jokic — arguably one of the best players in the league — and point guard Jamal Murray, who's skilled at keeping opposing teams on their toes. But nothing is certain, especially with Heat's Jimmy Butler. The skilled player is known for his frequent steals.
SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains details from the Season 3 finale of FXX’s Dave.
ended its acclaimed three-season run on Wednesday with Jason Sudeikis' titular coach returning home to Kansas, though it's safe to say that none of the show's beloved characters ended up in the same place they were when the series began.None more so, perhaps, than Jamie Tartt, played by Phil Dunster, whose emotional evolution over the course of the Emmy-winning comedy has made him a fan favorite. The star striker of AFC Richmond, Jamie was a prototypical diva in season 1, though Ted's kind and gentle coaching style began to break him down.
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#wgastrong #tedlasso,” “Ted Lasso” co-creator Brendan Hunt said in an Instagram post.
The latest Succession fashion find might surprise you!
The NBA Finals are set! After the Miami Heat Finally knock off the Boston Celtics in seven games they turn their attention to the Denver Nuggets. A well-rested Nuggets team is a challenge for any team in the NBA. We are here to talk about who will need to step up in this series on both teams.
Warning: Spoilers for the Succession series finale below!Plenty of that the series would end with Tom Wambsgans taking the title of CEO of Waystar-Royco over the three Roy siblings. But it was how the baby naming site Nameberry came to this accurate conclusion that has fans freaking out. In a TikTok, Nameberry editor-in-chief Sophie Kihm laid out how the may have been in the Wambsgans name all along. This content can also be viewed on the site it from.First, Kihm notes that many of the character names in *Succession—*like “Roy,” meaning “king” or “Shiv” meaning, well, “shiv”—have double-meanings hinting at the characters' personality traits.
Succession.In the finale titled With Open Eyes, Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) prepare a smoothie for their brother Kendall (Strong) after agreeing to support his bid to become the new CEO of Waystar Royco.The smoothie, described as “a meal fit for a king”, contains milk, Tabasco hot sauce, bread crusts, Branston pickle, raw eggs, cocoa powder and Shiv’s spit.Kendall takes a large gulp of the smoothie, and after he refuses to drink the rest, Roman tips the leftovers over his brother’s head.Speaking on the official Succession podcast to host Kara Swisher, Strong said the smoothie contained “all those things” seen on screen, which he actually consumed for the scene.“We did it only a few times and I went outside and retched, and jumped in the ocean, and washed it off my hair,” the actor said. “Yeah, I did drink it, yeah.”After Swisher remarked that he “really was a method actor”, Strong replied: “I wouldn’t know how not to drink it.
The Kardashians are back for round three - yes, you heard that right the first time - of their mega Hulu reality series, which is now streaming on Disney+. Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall, Kylie, and of course, momager and family matriarch, Kris just dropped the first episode of the new season, and boy is it a whopper. In true Kar-Jenner style, fans were treated straight away to more drama, fun, and family feuds, which we can expect will get way more dramatic as the series progresses.
SPOILER ALERT! This post contains spoilers for the series finale of HBO’s Succession.
Daniel D'Addario Chief TV Critic SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from “With Open Eyes,” the series finale of HBO’s “Succession,” now streaming on Max. What a relief that the only votes being counted in the “Succession” finale were those of Waystar Royco board members. “Succession’s” series finale returned the show’s focus to the Roy family and their moves and countermoves against one another. How refreshing, after a season that was, on the whole and especially in recent weeks, cludgily paced and oddly unfocused. The polish and elegance of the show’s final moments stands in crisp counterpoint to a stretch of episodes that didn’t have the juice: It was as though the confirmation, at last, that the family business really would be changing hands reminded the show what gave it its elemental power.
Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor Twists and turns, double-dealing and death are just some of the themes at the heart of HBO’s fourth and final season of “Succession.” With that, composer Nicholas Britell has released a 25-piece original soundtrack that accompanied the season, which will drop at midnight after Sunday’s series finale. Among the cues are: “Phone Call,” the music piece that plays in the shocking third episode “Connor’s Wedding” as the Roy children, Kendall (Jeremy Strong,) Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) learn that family patriarch Logan Roy (Brian Cox) has died aboard the Waystar Royco plane, where Logan was flying with his executive team to Sweden.
It’s the season finale of Ride tonight!
There’s no Iron Throne, but the stakes feel just as high.
Manchester City end the Women’s Super League campaign with a tie against Everton on Saturday and a win will see the Citizens be undefeated on home soil all season.
After eight prior episodes full of cannibalism, trauma and plenty of unexpected twists, ended season 2 with a shocking finale, which included a very emotional death that caught my by surprise. And it's an episode that Simone Kessell, who plays adult Lottie, thinks will leave fans just as divided as the show's ensemble was.