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QUIZ: Which Medical Drama Should You Binge Watch During Self-Quarantine?

What Medical Show Should You Watch During the Quarantine?

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Stuck at home from the self-quarantine and mandatory lockdown?

Want to brush up on your medical knowledge? There’s a lot of great medical shows to choose from.

If you can’t choose between The Resident, Chicago Med, Grey’s Anatomy, New Amsterdam, and Good Doctor, take the quiz to find out which one to watch:

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Lizzy Buczak is the founder of CraveYouTV. What started off as a silly blog in her sophomore year at Columbia College Chicago turned her passion for watching TV into an opportunity! She has been in charge of CraveYou since 2011, writing reviews and news content for a wide variety of shows. Lizzy is a Music Business and Journalism major who has written for RADIO.COM, TV Fanatic, Time Out Chicago, Innerview, Pop’stache and Family Time.

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All the Celebrities Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus Including Tom Hanks, Andy Cohen, and More

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Celebrities Who Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Coronavirus sucks. There, I said it. Plain and simple, the pandemic has forced states into lockdown, school, restaurant, and bar closures, travel to come to a standstill, and self-distancing and self-quarantine to become a priority.

Tom Hanks was the first Hollywood actor to test positive for the virus alongside his wife, Rita Wilson, and since then, the cases have only been going up.

We’re sending good vibes and strength to everyone affected by the virus.

Here are all the famous coronavirus patients.

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Spring 2020 TV Shows and Premiere Dates You Need to Know!

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Spring 2020 TV Shows and Premiere Dates

Believe it or not, today is the first day of spring.

Personally, it feels like the furthest thing from spring as the weather outside is gloomy and rainy, and we’re all quarantined at home due to the coronavirus outbreak, which is necessary precaution but an unfortunate one.

The pandemic has affected nearly every single industry including the production of many of your favorite TV shows. It’s also forced a handful of shows like The Resident and the Chicago franchise to air shortened seasons.

Related: TV Shows to Binge During Your Self-Quarantine and Social Distancing

It’s also affected upcoming programming as many shows that were scheduled to air this spring are in limbo, canceled, or postponed.

On the bright side, there’s still a lot to look forward to in the world of network television and streaming as the industry works hard to entertain the masses and bring them some semblance of normalcy.

Check out all your spring offerings below and let us know what shows you’re excited about this spring!  Tweet us at @CraveYouTV

*indicate a series debut 

Thursday, March 19

  • *Feel Good (Netflix)
  • Top Chef (Bravo)

Friday, March 20

  • *Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker (Netflix)
  • *The Letter for the King (Netflix)

Tuesday, March 24

  • One Day at a Time (Pop)- previously canceled by Netflix
  • *Council of Dads (NBC)

Thursday, March 26

  • Tacoma (truTV)

Friday, March 27

  • *Making the Cut (Amazon)
  • Ozark (Netflix)

Sunday, March 29

  • Call the Midwife (PBS)
  • Vice (Showtime)

Tuesday, March 31

  • *Council of Dads (NBC)

April 2020

Thursday, April 2

  • Man With a Plan (CBS)
  • Siren (Freeform)
  • *Broke (CBS)
  • How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)

Friday, April 3

  • La Casa de Papel (Netflix)
  • *Home Before Dark (Apple TV+)
  • *Outcry (Showtime)

Sunday, April 5

  • *Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project (Oxygen)
  • The 55th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (CBS) POSTPONED – and replaced with a special titled ACM Presents: Our Country
  • *Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered (HBO)
  • *World on Fire (PBS)

Monday, April 6

  • *The Baker and the Beauty (ABC)

Wednesday, April 8

  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Revival (ABC)
  • Liar (Sundance)

Sunday, April 12

  • *Belgravia (Epix)
  • Insecure (HBO)
  • *The Walking Dead: The World Beyond (AMC)

Monday, April 13

  • *The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart (ABC)
  • Songland (NBC)

Wednesday, April 15

  • *Mrs. America (Hulu)
  • What We Do in the Shadows (FX)

Friday, April 17

  • *Home (Apple TV+)

Saturday, April 18

  • Night of Too Many Stars (HBO)

Sunday, April 19

  • *The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC)
  • Fargo (FX.)
  • *The Longest War (Showtime)

Wednesday, April 22

  • Mental Samurai (Fox)

Friday, April 24

  • *Defending Jacob (Apple TV+)

Sunday, April 26

  • *Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (Showtime)

Wednesday, April 29

  • 2020 Billboard Music Awards (NBC) – POSTPONED due to coronavirus concerns/ no new date has been set

May 2020

Friday, May 1

  • *Hollywood (Netflix)
  • *Trying (Apple TV+)

Saturday, May 2

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (HBO) – LIKELY NOT HAPPENING

Sunday, May 3

  • Billions (Showtime)

Wednesday, May 6

  • Archer (FXX)

Friday, May 8

  • *Solar Opposites (Netflix)
  • *Love Fraud (Showtime)

Sunday, May 10

  • Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (Nat Geo)

Tuesday, May 12

  • *Stargirl (CW)

Friday, May 15

  • *The Great (Hulu)

Sunday, May 17

  • *Hightown (Starz)

Wednesday, May 20

  • The 100 (CW)

Monday, May 25

  • Genius: Aretha (Nat Geo)
  • *Quiz (AMC)

Tuesday, May 26

  • *Stargirl (CW)

Thursday, May 28

  • In the Dark (CW)

Friday, May 29

  • Ramy (Hulu)

Sunday, May 31

  • *Snowpiercer (TNT)
  • *Laurel Canyon (Epix)

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Rio Did Something Bad on ‘Good Girls’ and We Have to Stop Shipping Him

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We Need to Stop Shipping Rio on Good Girls

The writers of Good Girls are fed up.

Rio’s latest kill on “Au Jus” proves just how sick they’ve gotten of the constant Rio shipping that’s become all too common for the series.

Regardless of what Rio does or whom he hurts or betrays, the fandom is there rooting for him every step of the way because he’s attractive.

Rio has shot Dean, tortured Beth (part of that is her own fault but still) to no end, and killed Turner, and yet we all justified his actions as “necessary” and “part of the lifestyle.” We’ve excused his toxic and deadly behavior to fit our wants and needs so that we can continue being #TeamRio.

And it’s not surprising that the character has soared to new heights on the NBC series and become a fan favorite — he’s intoxicating.

Related: All the Thirstiest Tweets and Memes About Rio on ‘Good Girls’

Manny Montana is a godsend. His portrayal of Rio is nuanced and electric, his husky voice puts audiences in a trance, and he’s the bad boy we all collectively want a piece of.

He also has intense chemistry with Beth, and their sexual tension is delicious as it unravels on the small screen.

And maybe that’s the problem. Maybe Montana has done “too good” of a job with Rio.

Ask yourself this… if Rio wasn’t cute, sexy, and hard to get, would you still root for him? Chances are you wouldn’t. Rio’s attractiveness is masking who he truly is and we’re all falling for it.

But it stops now.

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After “Au Jus,” the writers needed him to cross a line that he couldn’t bounce back from. They effectively reminded audiences that there is no reason to root and champion for this specific bad guy.

After he gave the “okay” to pull the trigger on Lucy (granted he actually killed her since the camera panned away from the scene), he proved that he has absolutely no soul and no redeeming qualities. There’s no coming back from that kill.

He gave Lucy false hope, promised he wouldn’t kill her, and used the fact that she was trustworthy against her, but she never stood a chance.

Lucy, with her childlike innocence, was simply collateral in a toxic pull-and-tug between Rio and Beth. And she was disposed of when she served her purpose.

He didn’t shoot Lucy because he was scared she’d rat him out — he knew she wouldn’t —  he shot her to prove that he’s in charge; he was sick of Beth constantly undermining him.

Rio’s act was a stark reminder of just how dangerous and unpredictable he is. He doesn’t follow any rules, he doesn’t have any regard for human life, and he enjoys playing the game. He’s a cold-blooded killer who kills because he can.

Thirsty Tweets about Rio from the Good Girls Played by Manny Montana

Credit: Good Girls/ NBC

He’s not the kind of man who can or should be redeemed. He’s not the man that should be championed or shipped. He’s not the guy that Beth should want to pursue, and he’s definitely not a man we should all be thirsting for regardless of how cute his smile is.

Whenever we root for bad guys on television, there’s usually an ounce of humanity that we can hold onto, but not with Rio.

Those minor moments when he shows emotion towards his kid or family used to make us think he had something redeemable quality, but that shouldn’t be mistaken for kindness anymore. Beth has fallen into that mindset and now, she’s deeper with him then she’s ever been.

He doesn’t care about the lives of others and he doesn’t care about Beth — the only person Rio cares about is Rio. He’ll do whatever to get what he wants, and if you thought otherwise, let this serve as a reminder.

When Rio killed Lucy, the writers of Good Girls killed Rio… and it seems like that was their intent all along.

And now, we need to do our job too. We need to stop shipping Rio.

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