Day: January 6, 2020

Jan06

You can WATCH Manifest Season 2 Episode 1 “Fasten Your Seatbelts” Online Free HD. Series 2 – Manifest Drama, Mystery, Episode “Fasten Your Seatbelts” | 42 min | 00:42:26 | 2020-01-06 | | Total Episodes .

Original Title : Manifest Season 2 Episode 1 — Fasten Your Seatbelts
Genre : Drama, Mystery
Air Date : 2020-01-06
Watch this link! : https://bit.ly/2QtttUx

Overview : As the Stone family reels in the aftermath of a devastating shooting, they’re hit with their most foreboding Calling yet, sending Ben on a mission to locate two Flight 828 passengers who have mysteriously gone missing. Grace grapples with her new pregnancy, the Major attempts to tighten her grip on the unwitting Saanvi, all while the clock on the lives of the 828ers continues to tick towards zero.

What happened in this episode?I have a summary for you.

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The supernatural drama Manifest became a standout in the Monday night lineup on NBC in 2018, quickly earning the title of the top-rated show of the ensuing broadcast season. Now that streaming movies and television shows have become a go-to option, most people aren’t carving out an hour each week to watch “their show” — instead, they’re binge-watching a series on Netflix when it’s most convenient for them. But the suspenseful twists and turns week after week kept viewers tuning into Manifest. 

Manifest begins with the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828 landing in New York City, where everyone at the airport is shocked by their arrival — to say that these passengers experienced serious delays would an understatement. We soon learn that the flight’s been missing for five and a half years, with everyone on board presumed dead. At first, the passengers are relieved to reunite with their families, but they can’t simply return to their former lives – the world around them has changed, and nothing will be the same again after their time in the air. The passengers start experiencing strange voices and visions, known as “the callings,” and they’re forced to accept that while they may have walked away from Flight 828, they’re still tangled in a deeper mystery.

Now that Manifest has been renewed for a second season, fans will finally see the events that unfold after the dramatic season 1 finale. The showrunners are already dropping plenty of hints, so here’s a look at everything that we know is in store for Manifest season 2. 

While NBC hasn’t yet announced an official start date for Manifest season 2, the network has given a general timeline for when fans can expect to see the show return. The next season of the series will premiere in the middle of the next broadcast season, which kicks off in fall 2019. Unfortunately, this means that audiences still have to wait months after the fall season starts before watching new episodes, and season 1 ended in February 2019. 

What’s with the long delay? By starting the season in winter of 2020 rather than fall 2019, the network can air the episodes straight through without taking a long mid-season break, which would be impossible to do if the season premiered in the fall. Although the extended wait may be frustrating, fans won’t have to spend weeks waiting in suspense over the holidays. So far, it looks like the first episode of Manifest season 2 will air in January of 2020. So fans can look forward to the new year and new episodes — and judging by the success of last season, season 2 will be worth the wait. 

Originally, Manifest season 1 was only supposed to be 13 episodes long. But when the series started earning high ratings, another three episodes were ordered to extend the season. Therefore, some fans expected that season 2 would also have 16 episodes — but as of right now, it’s been confirmed that NBC has only ordered 13 episodes, just as they initially did for season 1. 

Some things will remain the same — the show will continue to air in the Monday 10PM timeslot on NBC. Naturally, fans would have loved to get a few extra episodes again, but it seems pretty clear that this time around, the writers have specifically set out to tell the story in 13 episodes. And judging by the ratings dip in the second half of season 1, a shorter season might actually be more successful. Either way, fans will get fewer episodes in Manifest season 2, but they can still expect the same addicting storylines each week.

Full Episodes – Manifest Season 2 Episode 1


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Jan06

You can WATCH Manifest Season 2 Episode 1 “Fasten Your Seatbelts” Online Free HD. Series 2 – Manifest Drama, Mystery, Episode “Fasten Your Seatbelts” | 42 min | 00:42:26 | 2020-01-06 | | Total Episodes .

Original Title : Manifest Season 2 Episode 1 — Fasten Your Seatbelts
Genre : Drama, Mystery
Air Date : 2020-01-06
Watch this link! : https://bit.ly/2QtttUx

Overview : As the Stone family reels in the aftermath of a devastating shooting, they’re hit with their most foreboding Calling yet, sending Ben on a mission to locate two Flight 828 passengers who have mysteriously gone missing. Grace grapples with her new pregnancy, the Major attempts to tighten her grip on the unwitting Saanvi, all while the clock on the lives of the 828ers continues to tick towards zero.

What happened in this episode?I have a summary for you.

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The supernatural drama Manifest became a standout in the Monday night lineup on NBC in 2018, quickly earning the title of the top-rated show of the ensuing broadcast season. Now that streaming movies and television shows have become a go-to option, most people aren’t carving out an hour each week to watch “their show” — instead, they’re binge-watching a series on Netflix when it’s most convenient for them. But the suspenseful twists and turns week after week kept viewers tuning into Manifest. 

Manifest begins with the passengers of Montego Air Flight 828 landing in New York City, where everyone at the airport is shocked by their arrival — to say that these passengers experienced serious delays would an understatement. We soon learn that the flight’s been missing for five and a half years, with everyone on board presumed dead. At first, the passengers are relieved to reunite with their families, but they can’t simply return to their former lives – the world around them has changed, and nothing will be the same again after their time in the air. The passengers start experiencing strange voices and visions, known as “the callings,” and they’re forced to accept that while they may have walked away from Flight 828, they’re still tangled in a deeper mystery.

Now that Manifest has been renewed for a second season, fans will finally see the events that unfold after the dramatic season 1 finale. The showrunners are already dropping plenty of hints, so here’s a look at everything that we know is in store for Manifest season 2. 

While NBC hasn’t yet announced an official start date for Manifest season 2, the network has given a general timeline for when fans can expect to see the show return. The next season of the series will premiere in the middle of the next broadcast season, which kicks off in fall 2019. Unfortunately, this means that audiences still have to wait months after the fall season starts before watching new episodes, and season 1 ended in February 2019. 

What’s with the long delay? By starting the season in winter of 2020 rather than fall 2019, the network can air the episodes straight through without taking a long mid-season break, which would be impossible to do if the season premiered in the fall. Although the extended wait may be frustrating, fans won’t have to spend weeks waiting in suspense over the holidays. So far, it looks like the first episode of Manifest season 2 will air in January of 2020. So fans can look forward to the new year and new episodes — and judging by the success of last season, season 2 will be worth the wait. 

Originally, Manifest season 1 was only supposed to be 13 episodes long. But when the series started earning high ratings, another three episodes were ordered to extend the season. Therefore, some fans expected that season 2 would also have 16 episodes — but as of right now, it’s been confirmed that NBC has only ordered 13 episodes, just as they initially did for season 1. 

Some things will remain the same — the show will continue to air in the Monday 10PM timeslot on NBC. Naturally, fans would have loved to get a few extra episodes again, but it seems pretty clear that this time around, the writers have specifically set out to tell the story in 13 episodes. And judging by the ratings dip in the second half of season 1, a shorter season might actually be more successful. Either way, fans will get fewer episodes in Manifest season 2, but they can still expect the same addicting storylines each week.

Jan06

WATCH Power Season 6 Episode 11 “Still DRE” Online Free HD. Series 6 – Power Crime, Drama, Episode “Still DRE” | 60 min | 01:0:26 | 2020-01-05 | | Total Episodes .

Original Title : Power Season 6 Episode 11 — Still DRE
Genre : Crime, Drama
Air Date : 2020-01-05
Watch this link! : https://bit.ly/36smS2e

Overview : After being framed by Ghost for the murder of Jason Micic, Dre plans on leaving New York, but first he needs to take care of unfinished business.

Power season 6, episode 11 Netflix release date: When is Power on Netflix?
POWER season 6, episode 11 is eagerly anticipated by fans of the hit crime series as it returns with its final five episodes. But what time will the new episode be released on Netflix?

What will happen in Power season 6, episode 11?
The new episode of Power will be all about finding out who is responsible for shooting Ghost in the final few moments of episode 10.

Viewers will remember the drug kingpin was last seen tumbling to his death off of a balcony after a bullet hit him in the chest.

However, the person responsible for firing the bullet was not revealed in the episode.

There were plenty of potential culprits including Ghost’s ex-wife Tasha (Naturi Naughton) and his former best friend Tommy (Joseph Sikora).

hose who love the show will also be hoping they will get to find out whether Tommy is still alive or not.

Teasing about what will happen in the new episode, showrunner Courtney Kemp spoke to TV Line.

She told the publication how each of the final five episodes will focus on a different version of events in episode 10.

Kemp said: “All of them cover the period of time of [Episode] 610.

“They’re all different iterations of that day. The same day that Ghost got shot is the day that they cover, but then they all go past that point.”

Power season 6, episode 11 will be released on Netflix on Monday, January 6.
Power Season 6 Episode 11 — Still DRE
Doctor Who S12E02 — Season 12 Episode 2 “Spyfall” (Part 2)
Shameless Season 10 Episode 9 — O Captain, My Captain

Jan06

WATCH The L Word: Generation Q Season 1 Episode 5 “Labels” Online Free HD. Series 1 – The L Word: Generation Q Drama, Episode “Labels” | 60 min | 01:0:26 | 2020-01-05 | | Total Episodes .

Original Title : The L Word: Generation Q Season 1 Episode 5 — Labels
Genre : Drama
Air Date : 2020-01-05
Watch this link! : https://bit.ly/2sPJACH

Overview : Bette feels guilty about lying to Angie; some unexpected news throws Shane for a major loop. Alice, Gigi and Nat find common ground. Dani and Sophie deal with a bombshell dropped on them by Dani’s father. Finley bonds with Tess and Micah grows closer to José.

The L Word: Generation Q Recap: And the Bar Is Named Dana’s
After spending the first three episodes laying some ground, The L Word: Generation Q picked up nice steam — and by steam, I mean sex — this week with “LA Times.” We start with a shirtless-but-covered-by-sheets Bette Porter who, in a very Bette move, is sharing post-sleepover breakfast in bed with Felicity, the married former employee whose husband confuckted (confronted about fucking) Ms. Porter during a campaign event a few episodes back.

Of course Dani, the new cast’s answer to Bette’s beloved self-righteousness, finds out Felicity is still in the picture and uses a case of swapped phones to have a very Deep Throat intimidation-esque conversation with Bette’s still-married beau, warning her to stay away if she really loves Bette. Honestly, Porter/Nunez 2024. Those two are *exactly* matched in their knitted-eyebrow intensity, and I love to watch Bette find a mentee.

Where’s everyone else this episode? Shane is having this-reminds-me-of-that-Carmen-magic sex, but then that turns out to be a dream memory and we’re sadly now awake and it’s morning. Not just any morning, though. According to a bunch of texts, this is Shane’s actual human 40th birthday, and we’re gonna get to spend it with her!

Elsewhere in the McCutcheon mansion, Finley is in bed with Rebecca, the priest she’s been dating, making plans to meet up later so F-bomb can have dinner with a few of Becca’s priestly friends. Clearly from the way Finley is operating in this convo, Rebecca has a slight (massive) edge maturity-wise, but let’s see: Maybe the friend thing will go great!

But first, birthday Shane’s gotta go meet up with Alice and Bette for birthday coffee at the birthday Silver Lake Intelligentsia and then lead A&B, eyes closed, to the new bar she bought, and GUESS WHAT, FOLKS??! The bar is called Dana’s, which is a true delight and almost made me cry. I still see Dana Fairbanks in every rainbow I pass, and if this bar is closed-eye-walking distance from Silver Lake Junction, that means it’s also walking distance from my place, and someone please open it. Fine. I will.

Over at the show Alice, Alice is being shadowed by a reporter who wants to know all about Alice’s work-life balance and accidentally asks Nat’s ex-wife, Gigi, instead of Nat herself. Well, she thinks Nat’s ex is the nanny. Incidentally and unrelated, Stephanie Allynne played my ex-wife on Maron, so Sepideh Moafi and I are Golden Globes, a term I’ve just made up for when you and another actor have the same actor play your ex-wife.

Speaking of soon-to-be wives, Dani decides to unwind from putting Bette in her place and joins Sophie in the bath. Dani admits to Sophie that she’s scared Sophie will leave her — after all, she was with someone else when they met. Then Sophie gets out of the bath, grabs her great-grandmother’s ring to give Dani, and reassures her she’s here to stay. Damn, the actors must have been freezing shooting this. Rest assured, your sacrifice was noted, my dudes. And also congrats to everyone involved with the show for the very flattering ass shot that ends this scene. Tough to get a good ass shot! It’s very well lit.

Seemingly, Dani and Sophie were taking a pre-party bath because before long, we’re at Shane’s 40th birthday and the whole cast is there, but dang if I didn’t spend most of these scenes scanning the background actors for familiar faces. Either for people I know or for characters from the original series. Alas, that was not to be. Alice was, though. Between, that is.

While Bette spends the party promising anyone who wants to ask that it really is finally over with Felicity, Shane passively breaks up the two Dana’s bartenders by being the object of one of their affection (well, and they slept together), and Micah angrily asks his building manager what’s the deal with his hot-and-cold messaging — which is a little odd because the hot and cold do not seem that drastic, but maybe I’m missing some character background we will get soon enough.

An alcohol-fueled Finley leaves the party and arrives to her meet-the-friends dinner wasted and mumbly and insulting, insisting that she can handle Rebecca’s job because she’s “not a real priest.” Though Finley’s messiness is relentless, I actually kind of get it. I mean, I wrote about being an ex-Catholic and attending a service at a church called the MCC here in L.A. for Gay Magazine, and that piece was written and edited before last week’s episode that had Finley, an ex-Catholic, go to a church at a place called the MCC here in Los Angeles. What the fuck? Anyway, Rebecca asks Finley to leave and it’s a bummer, but …

Nothing in the previous paragraph is as disastrously interesting as the fact that Alice, Nat, and Gigi decide to have a threesome that is two-thirds comprised of ex-wives! These three are sexy together, and I stress-sweated through this entire portion of the show. What will happen here, ladies! You have kids! You are ex-wives! AHHHHHHHHH. Ah! However, I did audibly say “Amazing!” when they shared a three-way kiss — like all their lips in the middle. We don’t see enough of those in the wild. Too many television threesomes are, “Your turn. Okay, now your turn,” when they could be, “EVERYBODY NOW!”

Back outside the stress-threesome, Dani and Sophie leave to have sex at home, as a twosome. Micah and Shirtless Neighbor are making out in some other bar corner. Bette pushes a birthday cake on a little cart (I’ll take my next birthday cake delivered thusly) and then Alice, Nat, and Gigi are there too, hair mussed. Just as Shane is about to blow out those candles, her sex-dream person from earlier appears. It’s her wife, arriving the day Shane signed divorce papers, to wish her a happy birthday — and that’s a little show called The L Word.

SOURCE: vulture.com