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Lucifer returns to the streets of Los Angeles, populated by deceptive people in Lucifer Stay, Good Devil. Fox’s Prince of darkness is driven by mystery and desire; otherwise, he’s a demon of his word. A great element of the show’s fun is watching him explore and audit the naughty realm of human desire.
Shades Of Blue digs deeper into Loman’s heart as the man is torn between the colors he represents in “Who Can Tell Me Who I Am” Santos wakes after an intimate evening with AFA Nava. So far, he and Cristina seem to be the most innocent characters of the show.
Lucifer is the most fun you’ll have watching television since Ash returned to slay the evil dead. The fallen angel, in the form of a handsome, piano playing Brit, complete with a devilish smile, takes a vacation from his duties running hell to spend some quality time with the mortals in L.A.
The Walking Dead sends us a Heads Up about a new walker disaster for Alexandria. It can’t be easy producing a show about a devastating plague and the homicidal survivors left behind, especially when the world we actually live in proves to be more treacherous and deadly. It feels good to see Glenn prevail against an impossible crush of walkers.
Louis plans the first family “Huangsgiving” on Fresh Off The Boat. Every year, Jessica’s mother has a pre-dawn ritual to decide where the family will gather for Thanksgiving. Connie has ended up hosting every year in the past, but this year is different.
Penguin wants to leave Gotham, but Nygma nurses him back to life with “A Bitter Pill to Swallow”. The arrest of Galavan leaves Tabitha unsupervised and she is a woman that needs heavy supervision. Bruce tries to figure out a way to get a copy of Galavan’s file about the man that murdered his parents.
“Tonight’s the Night” is another incredible episode from the story masters who keep Gotham entertaining and surprising. It is a lesson in how to make a comic-book based series for content fans and build new fans from a television audience.
The Walking Dead joins all story timelines to Now. Rick escapes from herd surrounding his RV and arrives back at Alexandria about ten feet in front of thousands of walkers. Half the horde they were leading away from town now surrounds the walls of the settlement.
Gotham elects a new mayor and his first act is to apprehend Penguin in “Mommy’s Little Monster.” Even baddies get the blues as Penguin and Nygma suffer heavy personal losses.
Fresh Off The Boat treats the Huangs to their first Halloween, in “Miracle on Dead Street” and Jessica defends her new flip against menacing teens planning some dirty tricks for Halloween.
The Walking Dead sends loyal fans a “Thank You” with a machete through our hearts. This takes place at the same time as last episode when the wolves attacked Alexandria. Rick and his horde team head back to Alexandria when they hear the horn sound and walkers follows the noise.
Gotham catches fire when a family of arsonists goes to work in “Scarification” and Penguin gives a right arm to find out where his mother is, just not his.
Jennifer Lynch brings her directing talent to the amazing cast and crew of The Walking Dead and sends us an action packed siege led by the wolves and repulsed by Carol in JSS. Last week was great, this week was even better when the fighting went house to house.
Gotham follows up the action of The Last Laugh with plot building episode. The new Captain, Nathaniel Barnes, storms into the GCPD bullpen. Did Michael Chiklis and Donal Logue just share the screen in the Gotham universe?