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‘Blindspot’ Season 2, Episode 8 ( WATCH ONLINE)

‘Blindspot’ Season 2, Episode 8 Spoilers: Weller And Jane To Die As They Face A More Dangerous Situation?

(L-R) Executive producers Sarah Schechter and Greg Berlanti, actors Sullivan Stapleton and Archie Panjabi and executive producer Martin Gerov speak onstage at the ‘Blindspot’ panel discussion during the NBCUniversal portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Summer Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 2, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.   ( Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images )

 

 

lindspot” Season 2, Episode 7 entitled “Resolves Eleven Myths” featured Rich DotCom (Ennis Esmer) who was detained during the last season because of his relationship to tech crimes.

The episode based on the NBC synopsis revealed that “Reade (Rob Brown) must put the past behind him. Rich Dotcom returns to the FBI when he needs help with a pressuring issue.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, Dotcom asked the help of the FBI through Weller’s team as he is in need of protection.

“Agent Weller lies in wait to take down a deadly assassin while a terrified Rich Dotocom cowers for a cover,” executive producer Alex Berger said.

However, while trying to save Rich Dotcom from a hired gun, Weller’s team will be in danger.

In the last episode, Weller and Nas(Archie Panjabi) has been seen sleeping together which will give dent to Jane and Weller’s romance.

“It’s going to take some time for them to organically get back to the place they were, if that’s even a possibility,” “Blindspot” creator said as reported by Collider. The relationship of #Jeller will certainly change in some way.

Latest reports suggest that the new episode for “Blindspot” Season 2 will be titled “Do not Slack the Featherweights Wins” where in Weller and Jane will be in a more risky condition than they have ever been before.

According to Cartermatt, the “two characters are going to be missing, and it will be up to everyone else to figure out where they are.”

“When Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and Jane (Jaimie Alexander) go missing during an undercover operation, the rest of the team must interrogate two criminals who hold the key to finding them. AUSA Weitz (guest start Aaron Abrams) returns with a vendetta against the team,” the synopsis reads, according to source.

However, there were speculations that Weller and Jane might die as they both hit a rough patch.

“Blindspot” Season 2 airs Wednesday at 8PM to 9PM ET on NBC.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ season 18 episode 6 spoilers: Benson and squad seek justice for transgender assault victim

Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and her team may have a bit of a wiggle room in this week’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” as it appears that the case does not involve any of the existing members of her crime-busting squad. That being said, it does not mean that the case won’t have its share of twists and turns.

The case at hand for the Manhattan-based team involves a high-profile record label CEO, Vincent Love (guest star Wyclef Jean), and his mentee as they are plagued with an assault case against a transgender student. Given the extra sensitivity of the matter, the episode aims to present the ongoing convoluted politics in terms of social status and wealth as well as the discrimination the LGBT community continues to face day by day.

“It’s 2016,” Benson says in the promo clip for the episode titled “Bad Rap,” insinuating that at this point in time, people should already be able to understand the liberties of a free world.

 

 

Meanwhile, the upcoming narrative follows last week’s installment, which stayed true to “SVU’s” tradition of adopting real-life stories and giving it a police procedural spin. It involved a smart young Ivy League graduate with a lot of potential taking advantage of an unconscious girl. The case, which is reminiscent of the highly publicized Brock Turner incident earlier this year, threw in a twist via history between Benson and the accused’s dad, Patrick Griffin (Anthony Edwards), revealing that he was her first ever partner. To make matters worse, at least for Benson, it was also revealed that she basically owed her career start to the guy.

Obviously, the Special Victims Unit detective was torn between loyalty and justice given that somehow, she owed the man. Unfortunately, Patrick and his son Ellis’ (Corey Cott) lack of remorse over the matter did not exactly help their cause. Instead, the duo reeked of arrogance and defiantly tried to justify what the younger Griffin did. In the end, Ellis admitted to the crime in a very non-regretful way.

 

“Law & Order: SVU” season 18 airs every Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET on NBC

Criminal Minds Season 12, Episode 5

Fans boycott “Criminal Minds” series, as Thomas Gibson (Hotch) has been fired from the series. After what was described as “direct assault” from Gibson against a writer and producer of the series, the actor has been immediately released from his contract with CBS and will not be present in the series to come.

Fans expected Hotch’s death in “Criminal Minds” Season 12 Episode 4, but it did not happen, mostly because episode was written long before the release of the actor, Inquisitr reports. Fans have shown a lot of support towards their favorite actor and some of them have started the “#NOHOTCHNOWATCH” campaign through Twitter and other social platforms.l

CBS has suffered a major viewer loss on “Criminal Minds”, since Hotchner’s disappearance had been announced, Moring News USA shares. Fans have declined watching the series and have been widely boycotting them through social platforms through a series of trending hash tags. CBS have not yet given an official answer to any of the trending canals, but it is speculated that to keep the machine working properly, they will have to consider brining Thomas Gibson back into the cast of the series.

Viewers complain that with the disappearance of the character, a void has been left and it makes the series seem not as good as they were before the actor’s departure.

There are rumors that Erica Messer is working on a special episode, in which the character of Hotchner will be able to have his final farewell with cast and audience. What exactly is the date of this awaited episode it is unsure, just as unsure is the method of which they will dispose of the character. Whether he will be killed, transferred or something else, it is still unknown, but writers should really work good on it, if they plan on keeping the decade running series on the air.

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American Horror Story Season 6 episode 8

In American Horror Story Season 6 episode 8, which airs at 10 p.m. EDT Wednesday, the Piggy Man returns to torture the remaining inhabitants of the Roanoke house as the Blood Moon horror continues.

So far, Rory Monahan and Matt Miller have succumbed to the terror of the house, in episodes 6 and 7 respectively. An episode 8 promo shows Audrey Tindall terrified as the Piggy Man chases her.

 

 

We know by the end of the season all of the inhabitants of the Roanoke house will be dead, except for one. The beginning of American Horror Story Season 6 depicted a documentary-style TV show telling the story of Matt and Shelby Miller, who survived the horrors of the Roanoke house when they unsuspectingly purchased the property.

Now, several involved in the show have returned for a reality TV-style Season 2, bringing them together to brave the house once more, during the Blood Moon. This period conjures up many of the evil spirits that terrorize living people who have the misfortune of being at the house.

During episode 8, Dominic Banks, the actor who played Matt Miller in the documentary, is expected to die. There are also murderers that Mary Agnes Winstead, who played the butcher, may not actually be dead, despite the fact that she was hacked in the head with hatchet.

Will the Piggy Man kill someone during the Blood Moon?? We will find out during “Chapter 8,” which is best viewed on television or live online through FX Now.

The rest of the story unfolds Wednesday when American Horror Story Season 6 episode 8 airs at 10 p.m. EDT on FX.

Watch Arrow Season 5 Episode 5

It’s been a year of changes for the Arrowverse. On The Flash, Barry’s trip through time has altered his reality in ways he’s only just beginning to learn about. Meanwhile in Supergirl, while Cat Grant is away, there are a number of new characters in town, including Lena Luthor, Maggie Sawyer, Miss Martian and Mon-El. And Legends of Tomorrow has benefited from the inclusion of the JSA (the Justice Society of America).

Yet no series has perhaps changed more than Arrow, as Oliver Queen’s friends are divided now more than ever before. Felicity, Thea and Diggle are each pursuing their own lives, rather than fighting criminals on Team Arrow, leaving Oliver to build a new team by recruiting new, amateur vigilantes appearing in Star City. One of those new, young heroes is Rene Ramirez, aka Wild Dog, who was captured in the latest episode by new villain Tobias Church.

Oliver has vowed to rescue Rene from Church, but to do so he’s going to need someone with a particular set of skills. In this week’s episode, titled ‘Human Target,’ he’ll turn to his old friend Christopher Chance, aka the Human Target (guest star Jessica Jones‘ Wil Traval), for help. As a private investigator and bodyguard who assumes fake identities, thus becoming a human target, he may be the best person to infiltrate Church’s new criminal crew.

“Human Target” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV) DC COMICS’ CHRISTOPHER CHANCE AKA HUMAN TARGET TEAMS UP WITH OLIVER — When Tobias Church (guest star Chad L. Coleman) captures and tortures one of Oliver’s new recruits, Oliver must turn to an old friend, Christopher Chance (guest star Wil Traval) AKA the Human Target, for help. Meanwhile, Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) worlds collide when Detective Malone (guest star Tyler Ritter) joins the ACU. Laura Belsey directed the episode written by Oscar Balderrama & Sarah Tarkoff (#505). Original airdate 11/2/2016.”

Human Target was also the title of a FOX series from 2010, where comic book character Christopher Chance was played by Fringe actor Mark Valley. During the show’s two seasons, rather than taking on the target’s identity himself (like he does in the comic book), Chance protected his clients by instead becoming part of their lives. It’s likely his character on Arrow, however, will be more similar to the comic book version.

Chance is reportedly not only here to help the Green Arrow rescue Rene but also to protect Mayor Oliver Queen from a potential assassination attempt. One assumes, he’ll take over the identity of one Mr. Queen in order to find out just who is trying to kill him. Or another option is he’ll help Oliver fake the assassination like we saw in the trailer, while Chance watches from afar. The sky’s the limit for how the fake and real rescue will go down, but so far it seems like Human Target is only sticking around for this one episode.

Arrow ‘Human Target’ airs this Wednesday @8pm on The CW.

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