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Tonight, AMC airs the two-hour premiere of the new series The Terror. The series is a thriller inspired by the real 1845 expedition by two Royal Navy ships that left England looking for the Northwest Passage through the Arctic. Despite being the most technological ships of their time, the ships and their crew mysteriously vanished without a trace. The drama follows this doomed expedition, led by Sir John Franklin (CiaraÌn Hinds, Game of Thrones), a man who makes Titanic-like decisions to proceed with the expedition despite evidence that conditions may be too dangerous. And the captains of his two ships, Francis Crozier (Jared Harris, Mad Men) and James Fitzjames (Tobias Menzies, Outlander), donâ€™t like one another and are always at odds. As the ships come across a seemingly impenetrable sea of ice blocking their path, the crew starts to see foreboding visions and faces the threats of disease, dwindling resources, and starvation, while a mysterious, monstrous force starts picking them off one by one. The cast also includes Paul Ready (Fortitude), Adam Nagaitis (Happy Valley), Nive Nielsen, Ian Hart (Harry Potter and the Sorcererâ€™s Stone), and Trystan Gravelle (Mr. Selfridge).
Last night AMC aired a special preview of the first hour of tonightâ€™s premiere, hidden as the second half of a 2-hour episode of The Walking Dead in the programming guide, so unless you watched/recorded The Walking Dead, you wouldnâ€™t have even known it was airing. The first hour introduces the characters and gives a few flashbacks to the charactersâ€™ lives before the expedition. At the same time, it slowly builds some of the mystery and tension of the situation. However, it looks like things will really kick into high gear in the second half of tonightâ€™s premiere, which Iâ€™m looking forward to.
Today AMC has made the entire first season available to AMC Premiere subscribers for binging but will continue to air the series weekly for those of us who donâ€™t subscribe. (This looks like it could be a good show for binging!)
On tonightâ€™s premiere, â€œGo for Broke; Gore,â€ an accident at sea cripples a Royal Navy expedition 200 miles from finding the Northwest Passage, forcing its captains to make a dire choice.
Check out the two-hour premiere on AMC starting at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/recording The Good Doctor, The Resident, DCâ€™s Legends of Tomorrow, iZombie, UnREAL, The Alienist, Good Girls, and Final Space.
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Scorpion was messing with my heart last episode when the writers ended the episode with Walter asking Florence to a lecture that Paige didn’t want to go to. This is upsetting on many levels. First, Walter actually lied to Paige, and he never lies — but he did so because he overheard Paige saying she didn’t want to go the lecture. Then Sylvester has feelings for Florence and she likes him as well, which complicates the whole issue even more. I sincerely hope that this gets sorted out before Paige and Sylvester get hurt by this friendship.
On tonight’s episode, “Foul Balls,” Team Scorpion must use their high IQs to win a softball game when the homeland director challenges, with all of their future government contracts on the line. Also, Walter’s secret night out with Florence puts Toby and Happy on edge.
To find out if Walter’s secret comes out and if the team can hit a home run to secure their future contracts, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, The Good Doctor, Lucifer, American Idol. and The Resident.