The Good Doctor's mid-season finale ended on a tragic note, but showrunner David Shore has reassured fans that the medical drama is, fundamentally, a series about "hope".
And that means the potential fate of Shaun Murphy and Lea Dilallo's relationship may not be as clear-cut as we first thought.
Ahead of The Good Doctor's return, series boss David Shore opened up about a possible reconciliation for Shaun and Lea after last year's mid-season finale saw Shaun call off the wedding as he struggled to come to terms with the tragic loss of a patient's baby.
Reeling from the events in theatre, Shaun lashed out at Lea for adjusting his patient report card scores without telling him, and, as he broke down in the St Bonaventure's pharmacy, decided to pull the plug on their relationship.
Syfy decided last fall not to order a second season of the Canada-based paranormal drama. Series creator and executive producer George R. Olson has vowed to find a new home for the series, but so far I have not seen an announcement of one. (You can keep up with Olson’s news on Twitter via @GeorgeROlson.)
Q: There were two medical shows on network TV last year, “Nurses” and “Transplant.” I enjoyed both shows and am wondering if either of them will return.
Two decades after filming this production, Freddy Highmore (London, 1992) spends three quarters of the year recording good doctor, the successful series in which he took the lead role in the story. He’s done it sacredly for five seasons, so he’s used to working out. But he never ceases to be amazed when he pauses for a moment on his career journey.
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“Two decades, that’s crazy! I feel like I was so lucky. If I go back 20 years, roll the dice again and see what happens, I don’t think it will happen,” he says in an interview with Worship. Except for the phrase “when they ask me questions like that”, the British actor seems more drawn to the role of the present than to the revision of his origins on the big screen, which has crystallized in titles such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), My name is August Rush. (2007) and The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008).
All American, the popular sports drama inspired by the life of Spencer Paysinger, follows the lives and losses of different characters brought together by football. When a young athlete is recruited from South L.A. to Beverly Hills High, worlds, families, and friends collide. On tonight’s episode, “Walk This Way,” Spencer is steadfast in his determination to protect his teammates in the face of severe punishment—even if it means risking his own future.
They do say that absence makes the heart grow fonder…
If you’re a fan of any TV show then the likelihood of you being familiar with the unfortunate hiatus is highly likely. It’s always a rough time, but when it’s back. Well, you’re more than glad to dive back in.
Indeed, this has recently been the case for the adoring All American fanbase.
Created by April Blair, the American sports drama first premiered on The CW back in October 2018 and was inspired by the life of professional American football player Spencer Paysinger.
We’re now back with the second leg of the latest collection of chapters, so let’s highlight the All American season 4 episode 9 release date after a triumphant series return.
As for fans who may be busy on the Monday night, not to worry. You can stream the instalment at your own convenience over on The CW app from the following day.
The episode is titled Got Your Money and was directed by Dawn Wilkinson, while both Mike Herro and David Strauss serves as writers.
It will see Spencer as he attempts to have a good time despite being uncertain and fixated on the slew of sponsorship opportunities coming his way. As for Coop and Patience, the pair decide it’s time to move the relationship forward with another milestone.
Meanwhile, Olivia offers to help Layla’s father and ensure she receives the perfect present for graduation.
After Clayton confronted Sarah about Mara’s claims that she wasn’t ready for an engagement last week, Sarah storms into the women’s hotel suite ready to avenge her name. She calls Mara out for allegedly putting words in her mouth, but an unapologetic Mara stands her ground. Sarah then sinks her barbs in, telling Mara that Clayton identified her actions as “a last-ditch effort by someone who feels like they’re going home,” before spinning on her heel and walking away with rose in hand. To the camera, Sarah remarks, “[Mara] spun herself a web, and the only thing she’s getting out of is Croatia tomorrow in the middle seat through the Jersey turnpike with some cheap wine.” Though this sounds like a plotline in a Billy Joel song, this is a pretty brutal insult.
At the cocktail party, Clayton pulls Serene first, because he has a surprise for her: Mason jars with glowing lights, in a nod to the fireflies that symbolize Serene’s cousin who passed away. This is honestly a really touching moment, though I’d bet my college tuition on the fact that a producer was behind it all.
Mara and Sarah (hey, that rhymes!) are back at it again. Mara was hurt by Sarah’s “last-ditch” comment, which is fair, but that’s what you get for sticking your nose in other people’s business on this show. Much like a frat president who thinks new members need to learn their place, Mara thinks that Sarah—who is nine years her junior—is being cocky and overconfident. The other women listen from behind the curtains, and it’s unclear whose side they’re on. (Something tells me that neither Mara nor Sarah are particularly popular in the house.)
In addition to Rachel and Sarah, who already have date roses, Clayton gives roses to Susie, Serene, Gabby and Genevieve. He sends home Eliza and Mara, which means we never have to hear Mara whine about how much she “brings to the table as a grown-ass woman” again (until BIP, at least).
And with that, Clayton’s final six are off to Vienna, Austria!
One-on-one with Susie
Clayton’s first date in Vienna is a one-on-one with Susie—her second—that is likely her reward for being the first to tell him that she’s falling in love with him last week. Genevieve, who has never had a one-on-one and had to go on the two-on-one with Shanae, is rightfully upset.
Susie gets the classic shopping spree date, which many leads, including Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Matt James, have given to their final picks, so she’s definitely a top contender. Clayton and Susie drive around Vienna in a cute car, stopping at Austrian designer Eva Poleschinski’s store. An emotional Susie tries on all kinds of poofy gowns and Clayton seems to like watching. I do not approve of the objectication, but they’re really enjoying themselves.
Susie returns to the hotels laden with shopping bags, flaunting her great date to the very jealous and distraught women. A gorgeous red ball gown is delivered to her at the hotel for her to wear to dinner, and it’s a good thing she gets out of there quickly because the women are ready to riot.
At dinner, Clayton and Susie have such a vapid conversation that I lost track of how many times they said the word “like.” The night is very bland, but they’re both into it, and Susie scores a rose, which means that she and Clayton are headed to Hometowns next week.
The hometown dates on The Bachelor Season 26, Episode 8
With being down to the final four, it means one thing. It’s all about the hometown dates.
These hometown dates are a lot more normal. For the last couple of years, the show has had to film in a bubble. That meant bringing the families in to one spot and getting them to quarantine for a couple of weeks before filming their segments. That’s not the case anymore.
TK simply cannot catch a break. He’s just managed to survive hypothermia and now he’s dealing with the untimely death of his mom. This is heartbreaking for him.
It’s also going to be heartbreaking for Owen. We can’t forget that Owen and Gwyn were on great terms and were on the verge of getting back together. They would have done had Gwyn not realized that Owen wasn’t the father of her baby after all.
Father and son will take a trip to New York for Gwyn’s funeral, but things aren’t going to go all that smoothly.
Trouble in the air on 911 Lone Star Season 3, Episode 8
We all sit through the safety briefings when on planes. There’s always that small chance of an emergency, but it’s very unlikely to happen. People are more likely to have an accident on the way to the airport than in the air itself.
As far as small screen ventures boasting the name of Ryan Murphy go, Fox's "9-1-1" is arguably not the most highly touted. It's a safe bet, in fact, that many viewers don't even realize the man behind "Nip/Tuck," "The Politician," and the "American Horror Story" franchise is also bringing the Los Angeles set first responder drama to the airwaves. And yet, "9-1-1" has become another bona-fide hit for Murphy that is now well into its fifth season on the air. Ditto for Murphy's "9-1-1" spin-off series "9-1-1 Lone Star," which transports the action from the mean streets of L.A. to the sun-baked vistas of Austin, Texas to tell more dramatic tales of firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical professionals doing their duty both on and off the job.
The spin-off series is largely centered around Rob Lowe's firefighter Owen Strand, and the fictional 126 company he's brought from New York to Texas to help rebuild. Now three seasons into its own run on Fox, "Lone Star" continues to build its fanbase, with Lowe wowing viewers in one of his strongest TV roles to date. If you've missed out on "9-1-1 Lone Star" so far, and are dying to catch up on it — or are just thrilled by the idea of watching the seemingly ageless Rob Lowe suit up as a firefighter, in general — you can indeed catch every episode of "9-1-1 Lone Star" in the streaming realm. Here's where you do it.