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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 Episode 2 Review: Hitchcock & Scully

The old studs of Brooklyn Nine-Nine get investigated by the new studs in a gut-busting new episode of the NBC comedy.

This Brooklyn Nine-Nine review contains spoilers.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 Episode 2

How did we go six seasons without diving into Hitchcock and Scully’s collective past and how long are we going to have to wait before revisiting their ‘80s heyday? Fittingly, the cold open for this week’s episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, “Hitchcock & Scully,” opens with a flashback to the eponymous duo, where they are played by Alan Ritchson (Titans) and Wyatt Nash (Dear White People). These actors are so hunky that when Peralta and Boyle see a photo of them, it elicits a hearty “Meeeoooowww!” from the pair.

Back in 1986, the “old studs of the nine-nine” took down drug kingpin Gio Costa, and now in the present day, Internal Affairs is digging into the case because of a
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"Titans" On Netflix

Take a look at more footage, plus images, from Season One of the exclusive DC Universe "Titans" TV series, with Netflix now streaming all the live-action episodes internationally:

"...when psycho, costumed vigilante 'Dick Grayson'/'Robin' and 'Rachel Roth'/'Raven'...

"...require assistance to deal with a plot that threatens the entire planet, they join forces with 'Koriand'r'/'Starfire' and 'Gar Logan'/'Beast Boy' to form the 'Titans'..."

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More "Titans" Here
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Gave Jimmy Fallon the Worst – and Heaviest – Christmas Present (Video)

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Gave Jimmy Fallon the Worst – and Heaviest – Christmas Present (Video)
Better hope Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson never pulls your name in a Secret Santa situation. On Wednesday, the pro wrestler turned movie star’s holiday gift to Jimmy Fallon finally arrived. Nice gesture, but no one wants to see a 250-pound boulder branded with the “Titan Games” logo under their tree.

Nevertheless, Johnson and the “Tonight Show” studio audience convinced Jimmy Fallon to try taking the “Titan Games” Challenge, which is pretty much just trying to drag that giant rock (not to be confused with the other giant Rock) across the Finish Line.

Fallon couldn’t quite budge it by himself, but he eventually got by with a little help from his friends.

Also Read: Jimmy Fallon Freaks Out Riding 'Monster' Zip Line in Puerto Rico: 'Get Me Home!' (Video)

Watch the video above.

Catch some actual “Titans” in action when NBC’s “The Titan Games” airs each Thursday at 8/7c.
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Titans: 20 Weird Details About Beast Boy's Anatomy

Although most often associated with the Teen Titans, Beast Boy made his first appearance in Doom Patrol #99 in 1965. Born Garfield Logan, he was created by Arnold Drake and Bob Brown. Just as Gar’s teammate Kory wasn’t the first hero to go by Starfire, he was not the only character to don the mantle of Beast Boy. There was another shapeshifter who went by that name in Adventure Comics just one year earlier. However, that Beast Boy didn’t last very long, losing his life shortly after Garfield Logan made his debut.

While he did begin his comic journey with Doom Patrol, Gar was added to the Titans’ lineup when the team was famously revamped by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez in the ‘80s. It was their run that created the Teen Titans that most fans are familiar with. During this time, Beast Boy was known as Changeling. Interestingly,
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Young Justice Season 3 Episode 4 Review: Private Security

Young Justice: Outsiders gives us three thirds of a good episode broken by pacing issues

This Young Justice review contains spoilers.

Young Justice: Outsiders Episode 4

The first episode of the second batch of Young Justice's return is mostly transitional, and while it's got a lot to like, there are a couple of issues that I'm worried point to a bigger, structural problem that may develop with the show.

When we left our team (not to be confused with The Team), they were kicking ass in Markovia to rescue a bunch of kidnapped kids and the newly powered crown prince. "Private Security" sort of picks up where they left off, but it jumps around in time a little. There are three different thirds of individual good episodes, but there are a couple of tacked on plots that feel like mandatory check ins, and the way they're paced out doesn't integrate at all.
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20 Things That Make No Sense About Young Justice

Superhero cartoon shows come and go, and once in a while, they go too soon. That’s what happened with the brilliant Cartoon Network show Young Justice. The animated teen team drama took the traditional sidekicks for the characters from DC’s core pantheon – Batman, Superman, Aquaman, etc. – and jammed them all into a single series.

Of course, this sort of thing had been done before in the comics with Teen Titans (and is now being done in live-action TV with Titans). Young Justice did all that while featuring excellent storytelling, plots, and character development. That sort of perfect gelling of filmmaking elements is a rarity in the animated series world. So fans could not be happier with the return of the continuity now that Young Justice: Outsiders is finally available on DC's new streaming service, DC Universe. The follow-up series picks up a couple years after Young Justice's original finale.
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TV Review – Titans Season 1

Eammon Jacobs reviews Titans season 1…

While it originally arrived episode by episode on the DC Universe app in the U.S. – the first season of Titans has finally arrived on Netflix for the rest of the world to see. It follows Dick Grayson, who’s left his role as Batman’s sidekick behind, choosing to become a police detective instead. Once he comes across a young girl who is hunted at every turn by mysterious forces, he steps up and starts to embrace vigilante life once again. This is not like the happy-go-lucky animated Teen Titans series some fans may remember from the early 2000’s, but dark, grungy and brooding.

For a show and a main character that wants to be so detached from Batman, he acts an awful lot like the caped crusader. Obviously he’s spent years under his tutelage by this point, so he’s picked up
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DC Universe Streaming Service Struggling To Pick Up Subscribers

DC Universe, Warner Bros.’ video-on-demand streaming service, is reportedly in a spot of bother. According to Thomas Polito of The Gww, the service hasn’t been a profitable venture for the studio and he’d be “surprised” if its numbers were eventually boosted.

Now, Polito doesn’t seem to give a source for his information and WB aren’t releasing subscriber numbers to the public, but if this were true, it’d be a very bad omen for the in-development stable of shows including Metropolis, Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing. But what could be going wrong?

Well, though the flagship series Titans proved to be better than anticipated, it still arrived surrounded by deep fan skepticism and a godawful marketing campaign (which seems to be continuing with the cheap-looking Doom Patrol posters). But while the show did certainly earn some good publicity in the end, it doesn’t seem to
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‘Stargirl': Luke Wilson Cast on DC Universe Show

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‘Stargirl': Luke Wilson Cast on DC Universe Show
Luke Wilson has boarded DC Universe series “Stargirl” as Stripe pilot Pat Dugan. Stripe, by the way, is a 15-foot robot created by the mechanic-turned-superhero.

Stargirl” centers on high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore (Brec Bassinger) who inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past. This new DC Universe series, slated to launch in 2019, reimagines Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America.

The “Old School” alum plays Pat Dugan, who once went by the less-than-inspired superhero name of Stripesy, sidekick to a young hero known as The Star-Spangled Kid, and later, Starman of the legendary Justice Society of America. Today, Pat has left his sidekick life behind him. But when his new step-daughter, Courtney Whitmore, discovers Pat’s secret past and takes on Starman’s legacy to become Stargirl, Pat is forced to come out of retirement and once again
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23 Best Streaming Shows of 2018

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There was quality TV everywhere in 2018, not the least of which was found on streaming services.

As a matter of fact, there were so many amazing shows that deciding what to binge watch during a long weekend could be a real challenge.

Related: The Ten Best Shows of 2018

Here at TV Fanatic, we’ve taken up the task of compiling a list of the best of streaming TV that aired during 2018.

So sit back, grab your popcorn, and prepare to indulge in hours of fantastic TV.

1. The Haunting of Hill House - Netflix It’s been described as a deliciously spooky This Is Us. Both scary and well-done, The Haunting of Hill House was one of our favorite shows of the year. If you like your dramas on the scary side, you'll need to spend a night binge-watching this show. 2. Star Trek: Discovery - CBS All Access The newest installment
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Gotham Season 5 Episode 1 Review: Year Zero

It’s a free-for-all as the Gotham season 5 premiere starts things off with some No Man’s Land action.

This Gotham review contains spoilers.

Gotham Season 5 Episode 1

At long last, the grand finale of Gotham begins. Gotham has always been a throw it to the wall and see what sticks potpourri of madness and it looks like for the final season, all semblance of self-restraint is thrown out the window as Gotham plunges into the madness of No Man’s Land.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing, because while comic purists have always wanted to play a connect the dots game with comic book continuity, Gotham has consistently gone its own way and presented its own, shall we say, unique take on the Batman legend (we’re looking at you Jerome and Jeremiah).

Needless to say, with a series finale looming, all bets are off. Characters could die or
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The Walking Dead leads the most pirated TV shows of 2018

Having topped the list of the most pirated TV shows for the past six years, HBO’s Game of Thrones took a year out in 2018, allowing perennial runner-up The Walking Dead to top the list of the most illegally-downloaded shows.

Ratings may be dwindling on TV, but AMC’s zombie drama remains hugely popular when it comes to BitTorrent downloads, topping the list for 2018 ahead of The CW’s DC superhero show The Flash.

New entries in the chart this year include DC Universe’s Titans, The CW’s Supernatural and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and HBO’s Westworld. Here’s the top ten courtesy of Torrent Freak:

1. The Walking Dead

2. The Flash

3. The Big Bang Theory

4. Vikings

5. Titans

6. Arrow

7. Supernatural

8. Westworld

9. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

10. Suits

Expect Game of Thrones regain the unwanted crown this time next year, with the eighth and final season of the epic
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"Titans" - 'Krypto' Unleashed

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Take a look at DC Comics' superdog 'Krypto' from the "Titans" live-action episode "Dick Grayson":

DC's "The Legion Of Super-Pets" appeared in various comic books, starting with 'Krypto' (1955) followed by a 'superanimals' debut in "Adventure Comics" #293 (1962).

The roster included Krypto, 'Comet' the 'Super-Horse', 'Streaky' the 'Super-Cat', 'Beppo' the 'Super-Monkey' from 'Krypton' and shape-shifter 'Proty II'.

Significant appearances include issue #322 (July 1964) when 'Proty II' is initiated into the team and issue #343 (April 1966), with the 'Super-Pets' helping the 'Legion of Super-Heroes' battle the 'Luck Lords'.

Issue #364 (January 1968) was titled, "The Revolt of the Super-Pets!"

The team rarely appeared after the Silver Age except for 'Krypto' who become a supporting character in various "Superman" comic book titles. 

Other versions of the 'Super-Pets' appeared in "DC Super Friends" #14 and on the cover of Marvel Comics' "Not Brand Echh" #7.

DC Super Friends included 'Ace the Bat-Hound'.

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‘Walking Dead’ Is Most-Pirated TV Show of 2018 – Because, You Know, No New ‘Game of Thrones’

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‘Walking Dead’ Is Most-Pirated TV Show of 2018 – Because, You Know, No New ‘Game of Thrones’
And now “Game of Thrones” watch has ended as the most-pirated TV show — at least for 2018.

Last week, TorrentFreak shared its annual list of the Top 10 torrented TV shows (ranked by most-shared single episode released in 2018), which no longer includes the HBO fantasy epic, the series that has held steadily in first place for the last six years.

Instead, “The Walking Dead” is now sitting on the Most-Pirated TV Show Iron Throne, finally moving up from the runner-up slot it’s been sitting in since 2014. Then it’s The CW’s “The Flash” coming in at No. 2, followed by CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory.”
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The Walking Dead Was Officially 2018’s Most Pirated Show

It’s official: for the first time in six years, Game of Thrones is no longer the world’s most-pirated show.

Instead, that ‘honor’ has now fallen to The Walking Dead, which ranked in first place over on TorrentFreak’s year in review. There is, of course, a very good reason that HBO’s fantasy flagship didn’t place in the top ten: there wasn’t a single new Thrones episode released in 2018, leaving the door open for The Walking Dead to claim the #1 spot. Not that it’ll last very long, mind you, as Game of Thrones is due to air its eighth and final season in April, by which point HBO will be ready to bring an end to its Song of Ice and Fire.

Before we get into the nitty-gritty, it should be noted that TorrentFreak collects its data from BitTorrent traffic, as well as statistics recorded by public BitTorrent trackers.
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The Arrowverse Shows Were Some Of 2018’s Most Pirated TV Series

With the Arrowverse still riding high following that awesome “Elseworlds” crossover, it’s no wonder how the brand is able to maintain its popularity after being around for the better part of the current decade. After all, we’re set to receive a live action adaptation of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” later on in 2019, and that’s just plain awesome.

But with popularity comes rampant piracy, an unavoidable thorn in the side of the entertainment industry in this digital age. Of course, the aforementioned Arrowverse has been in no way immune to illegal downloading, with several of its series proudly (?) claiming spots on the list of 2018’s most torrented shows.

Before we break it down, here’s the list in full (via Torrent Freak):

The Walking Dead

The Flash

The Big Bang Theory






DC’s Legends of Tomorrow


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"Titans" On Netflix

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From TorontoCatWoman.Com, Sneak Peek more new footage from Season One of the Toronto-shot "Titans" TV series, with Netflix now able to stream the live-action "DC Universe" series internationally January 11, 2019:

"...when psycho, costumed vigilante 'Dick Grayson'/'Robin' and 'Rachel Roth'/'Raven' require assistance to deal with a plot that threatens the entire planet, they join forces with 'Koriand'r'/'Starfire' and 'Gar Logan'/'Beast Boy' to form the 'Titans'..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Titans"...
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Kaley Cuoco Calls Voicing ‘Harley Quinn’ an ‘Insane Blast’ (Video)

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Kaley Cuoco Calls Voicing ‘Harley Quinn’ an ‘Insane Blast’ (Video)
Kaley Cuoco gives comics fans a look at the ever-expanding DC Universe in a trailer teasing and what to expect in the coming year, including her new animated series “Harley Quinn.”

Cuoco goes from comic book fan boy’s wife on “The Big Bang Theory” to comic book villain’s love interest and accomplice in “Harley Quinn,” which she cannot wait for fans to see it.

“Working on #harleyquinn has been an insane blast, we can’t wait for you to see it! It’s all coming at you in 2019… #adulthumor,” Cuoco posted on Instagram.

Also Read: Kaley Cuoco to Voice Harley Quinn for DC Universe, Takes Shot at Donald Glover's Shelved 'Deadpool' (Video)

In rapid succession, the trailer hints at things to come on the new DC Universe streaming service, from original series like “Young Justice Outsiders” to “Titans” and “Stargir,l” Patrol,” to airing of old DC films and shows.
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Titans Star Seemingly Teases Joker For Season 2

Considering how Titans has incorporated two RobinsDick Grayson and Jason Todd – into its overarching story, it’s rather difficult to avoid dealing with the subject of Batman. In the case of Dick, the rocky relationship between he and his mentor was a theme central to season 1, which culminated in the action-packed finale.

When it comes to Jason, though, one could say the Joker is every bit as important to his backstory as the Dark Knight himself. Because of this, fans are anxiously awaiting to see if this iteration of Boy Wonder 2.0 will ever transition to the Red Hood persona.

Well, I guess right now is a great time to say “never say never” because actor Curran Walters recently posted the image seen below on his Instagram page. Yes, it’s a seemingly innocuous picture of Heath Ledger’s Clown Prince of Crime, but eyebrows are bound to raise when
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"DC Universe" Sizzle Reel

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Sneak Peek a new 'sizzle reel' revealing more footage from the "DC Universe" video on demand service operated by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Digital Networks, that includes original television programming, access to select animated series/films from DC's back catalogue, a rotating selection of comics from DC Comics, forum discussion space and a merchandise store:

The service's first slate of programming, the live-action "Titans" and animated "Young Justice: Outsiders" was revealed April 2017, with a "Harley Quinn" half-hour animated series announced November 2018.

Other shows offered include a "Superman" prequel series "Metropolis", focusing on 'Lois Lane' and 'Lex Luthor', a live-action "Swamp Thing" and "Doom Patrol" series, a live-action "Stargirl" including the "Justice Society of America", plus daily news program "DC Daily".

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