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Sons of Anarchy Sets Series Finale Date

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FX’s Sons of Anarchy is set to air its series finale on Tuesday, December 9th. Sons of Anarchy: The Official Collector’s Edition, a behind the scenes companion guide, will be available for purchase the next day.

“Anyone who is a true fan of Sons of Anarchy needs this book. It’s the perfect—and only—commemorative edition that captures the true spirit of the series,” creator Kurt Sutter said in a statement.

But we have a whole season to enjoy before the end is upon us. The show’s seventh and final season will air Tuesday, September 9th and will feature a wide variety of guest stars, including Courtney Love, Lea Michele and Marilyn Manson. The premiere episode, “Black Widower” will be extended to an hour and 45 minutes long.

Don’t miss the kick off of SOA on Tuesday, September 9th on FX!

 Photo Credit: Sons of Anarchy/FX

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‘Riverdale’ Musical Episode Delayed, CW Issues Schedule Change with #Crossover Reruns

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Riverdale Postpones Hedwig Musical Episode

Coronavirus is effecting the upcoming schedule on The CW.

And Riverdale fans might not be pleased because the musical episode has been postponed as the series goes on an indefinite hiatus.

The teen drama has been on a break since March 11 and was set to return with a musical episode focusing on Hedwig and the Angry Inch on April 8.

Unfortunately, that’s not happening.

A schedule update for the first week of April (April 6th) reveals that the network will air a re-rerun of its DC’s crossover “Crisis on Infinite Earths” instead of the episode “Wicked Little Town.”

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The 5-part crossover which brought together The CW’s biggest superheroes into one 5-hours episode in 2019 and the beginning of 2020 is filling a few voids in the schedule including Sunday’s time-block of Supergirl and Batwoman. It’s also stepping in to fill Thursday’s timeslot, which usually went to Legacies. The series is set to air a premature season finale on March 26 after production shuttered due to the outbreak and they couldn’t finish filming the season.

Sadly, and I know this isn’t what anyone wants to hear, The CW did not reveal when Riverdale would return for new episodes.

And if I’m being honest (again not what you want to hear), the series stopped on an episode that could very well serve as the season 4 finale. “Rumors of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated” explained everything about Jughead’s mysterious death sufficiently.

While fans were looking forward to the annual musical episode, it can very well be saved till the next season if worse comes to worse.

Riverdale was forced to shutter production this season after a member of the crew tested positive for coronavirus. All shows followed suit shortly after.

Roswell, New Mexico, Nancy Drew, Charmed, and Dynasty will all air new episodes next week!

Check out the CW’s new revised schedule and keep your eyes peeled for updates as many networks will be making changes !

Sunday, April 5
8 pm Batwoman (rerun)
9 pm Supergirl (rerun)

Monday, April 6
8 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (new)
8:30 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (rerun)
9 pm Roswell, New Mexico (new)

Tuesday, April 7
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 1 (rerun)
9 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 2 (rerun)

Wednesday, April 8
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 3 (rerun)
9 pm Nancy Drew (new)

Thursday, April 9
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 4 (rerun)
9 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 5 (rerun)

Friday, April 10
8 pm Charmed (new)
9 pm Dynasty (new)

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Are ‘The Bachelor’s’ Peter Weber and Kelley Dating? They Were Spotted Cozying Up in Chicago

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The Bachelor's Peter Weber and Kelley Dating

Clearly, Peter Weber did not get the memo about social distancing.

Peter’s season of The Bachelor may be over — and spoiler: he didn’t end up with any of the women — but he seems to have found love with one of the contestants he sent home, Kelley Flanagan.

The pilot and the lawyer were seen cozying up in her hometown of Chicago on Wednesday afternoon.

The duo was spotted hitting the riverwalk and cuddling up. At one point, Peter even picked Kelley up over his head, which isn’t surprising because all the girls loved to jump on Peter when they greeted him this season.

TMZ reports that Peter was very handsy with Kelley.

All of this might have been cuter if not for the fact that Chicago is currently under a “stay at home” order to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

The whole idea is that people are supposed to be staying at home and not congregating in public meeting spaces like parks, riverwalks, beaches, etc. Chicagoans have been ignoring the government order, which is enforced by law, so the Mayor was forced to impose fines of $500 smackaroos for anyone caught purposefully breaking the rule. She also said she would shut down parks and the entire lakefront. 

If Kelley is giving Peter a second chance, if they’re soulmates, if they’ve figured it all out, it’s all great, just please stay indoors and stay away from other people!

I’m sure they can find something productive to do.

And if you gotta walk the pooch, make your walk quick and 6-feet away from other people.

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Best and Funniest Tweets About Netflix’s True-Crime Documentary ‘Tiger King’

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Best and funniest tweets and memes about Tiger King

If you haven’t heard of or watched Netflix’s true-crime documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, you’re not doing this coronavirus self-quarantine thing right.

If like in quarantine is too mundane and you feel like you need a little excitement, there’s really nothing more exciting than getting to know Joe Exotic,  a “mulleted, gun-toting polygamist and country western singer who presides over an Oklahoma roadside zoo.”

Did we mention that there’s also a murder-for-hire, drug kingpins, cults, all entangled in the world of big cats? Because there is.

The seven-part documentary will take you on a wild ride that’ll make you forget for a moment that there’s a pandemic plaguing our world.

Honestly, the only thing crazier than the Netflix offering are the tweets, memes, and reactions.

https://twitter.com/trey_henry/status/1242599976926150656?s=20

https://twitter.com/Chanelsobubbly/status/1242651568677089281?s=20

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