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Virgin River Review – Breaking Point (2×07)

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Staying busy is one way to get your mind off things, and that’s exactly what Mel did on the anniversary of her husband’s death. 

However, it likely wasn’t the best idea to spend all her time mediating a birth plan between Jack and Charmaine.

The further along in Charmaine’s pregnancy, the more we realize just how much she and Jack don’t see eye-to-eye. 

Since she already voiced her fears about the hospital once before, it wasn’t a surprise that she wanted a home birth. But while that may have been what she was comfortable with, it wasn’t exactly the safest option to welcome twins who have a higher complication rate, especially with a hospital two hours away.

It’s great that Mel didn’t push her ideas onto Charmaine or blatantly take Jack’s side because she’s his friend. Despite her personal feelings towards Charmaine, she was able to put those aside and think of her only as a patient. This way, they were able to find a middle ground that worked for everyone.

My hope is that by learning a little about Mel’s backstory of losing a daughter and a husband, Charmaine will become a bit more sympathetic. 

Over the course of the season, her character has had so many mood swings that it’s hard to pin down who Charmaine actually is. 

One minute she’s thanking Mel for all that she’s done as her doctor, the next she’s spreading rumors about Mel being a home-wrecker. It’s so inconsistent — pregnancy hormones aside. 

And her outlook towards Jack is so toxic. Charmaine has this vision of how she expects things to be with Jack, but it’s all in her head; he’s never once given into these fantasies and led her to believe they’d be together in the end. 

They may be having twins together, which will lead to co-parenting, but they aren’t together. He doesn’t have to tell her about everything he does, and she has absolutely no right to dictate what he can and cannot do, especially because, in this instance, Mel and Jack’s time spent at the river was anything but romantic. Again, Charmaine has this idea of the two of them that’s simply not rooted in reality. 

We know it’s hard for Jack to open up and be vulnerable with his feelings, and the few times he does, it’s with Mel, so it’s not surprising that he couldn’t just be honest with Charmaine about how overwhelming it was to see a house filled with baby items or how overwhelming the idea of becoming a father is as a whole. And Charmaine hasn’t done much to earn that trust. Unfortunately, carrying his twins doesn’t mean much when it comes to sharing feelings. 

Mel thought that she could get through the day without breaking down, but all of that changed when she got her husband’s life insurance policy sent to her. Talk about timing, right?

Having something so tangible made it all feel real for Mel and, of course, she realized what Jack told her previously — grief comes in waves. 

It was a heartbreaking scene, but Mel is strong and she’ll find the strength to power through this setback. 

After all, just look how far she’s come. 

Preacher and Connie are out here devising alibi’s and it’s the partnership I never knew I needed. Connie may seem like a goody-goody, but she’s a ride or die when the script calls for it. 

For now, the body in the forest ending up being Leo Cavannah, the junkie who attacked Mel and previously worked for Calvin before he “took care of him.”

The hope is that those dogs don’t find Wes’ body, but the chances of that are slim. And once they do, it’ll raise a handful of questions that Preacher needs to be prepared for. He seems like a tough man, but this has really shaken him to his core, so hopefully, his guilt doesn’t eat him up. 

No one deserves to go down for what happened as it was an accident, and Preacher covered it up with the best intentions of protecting Paige and Christopher. 

I’ll admit Ricky and Lizzie had a cute moment in the bakery truck, but it doesn’t negate all the things she’s done and how bad of an influence she is on him. 

Yeah, it’s great to stand up for yourself, but Ricky, don’t bite the hand that feeds you. There’s a time and place, and going after Jack simply wasn’t it. 

Jack is the kind of man who gives great advice but can’t seem to take his own. He’s out here just trying to impart his wisdom on everyone including Ricky and Brady, but neither of them are willing to hear it. 

Brady is seeing $$$ signs by working with Calvin, and while he seems to be aware of the risks that come with it, he’s blinded by the money and willing to put it all on the line. Let’s hope the next body that ends up in the forest isn’t his. 

It seemed as thought Hope and Doc were finally getting it right. They planned a romantic date night in public and were ready to make it official when the date was crashed by Muriel. 

They always say three’s a crowd and that couldn’t be more true in this situation. Hope was claiming her man, Muriel was flirting her way in, and it was all types of awkward. 

And then for some reason, Doc seemed to arrange a trip that, correct me if I’m wrong, coincides with Muriels’ trip to Seattle.

Is he going alone? Is he surprising Hope? Why would he think that’s a good idea? I can’t be the only one who wants just one couple on the show, particularly Hope and Doc, to get it together while the rest of the “young-ins” figure it out. 

Virgin River Season 2 has been entertaining and had plenty of surprising twists, but the some of the storylines oftentimes feel so vague or disjointed. Not much manifested from Ricky and Lizzie’s car accident. It was merely a “jaw-dropping cliffhanger,” but he never got into any trouble from his aunt for it. Jamie continues popping in and out, but we don’t really find out much about her. Everything with Muriel is just odd. Sometimes, it feels like one episode ends, and I’m expecting a continuation in the following episode but it never comes. Is anyone else feeling that same way?

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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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What to Watch April 2021 Guide: Manifest, Younger, The Handmaids Tale, and MORE!

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What to Watch April 2021 Guide: Manifest, Younger, The Handmaids Tale, and MORE!

Spring showers bring plenty of new content your way this April. 

So, who is ready to do some serious binge-watching? We didn’t practice for this all of 2020 to give up now! Especially because there are some really great TV shows premiering and a handful of highly-anticipated shows returning! 

Here’s what’s on tap!

 

TV

Law & Order: Organized Crime – NBC (April 1)

Has there been a more anticipated TV return? Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) returns to the NYPD and joins a new task force while reuniting with ex-partner Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay). 

 

 

Manifest – NBC (April 1)

What happened to Flight 828? TV’s biggest mystery continues into season 3. Ben pursues a tail fin that may have belonged to the plane he was on while the rest of the passengers continue to follow Callings.

 

Home Economics – ABC (April 7)

The new comedy series looks at the uncomfortable and frustrating relationship between three adult siblings from the Hayworth family. 

 

Kung Fu – The CW (April 7)

The reboot of the 1970s drama of the same name stars Legacies actress Olivia Liang as Nicky Shen, a young Chinese-American woman who drops out of college and travels to a monastery in China only to return home to San Francisco and find it overrun by crime. As she doles out justice, she finds herself the target of an assassin.

 

Rebel – ABC (April 8)

Katey Sagal stars as Annie “Rebel” Bello, a blue-collar legal attorney who ruthlessly fights for the cases she believes in. The series is inspired by the life of Erin Brockovich.

 

Them – Amazon Prime (April 9)

The limited horror anthology hails from Lena Waithe and finds a black family in the 1950s moving into a white neighborhood in L.A. where they not only have to deal with terrible neighbors but also supernatural forces that mean to do them harm. 

 

Fear the Walking Dead – AMC (April 11)

Season 6B picks up with John Dorie reuniting with an old friend who helps him through a dark moment. 

 

The Circle – Netflix (April 14)

The highly-addictive reality series, described as Big Brother meets Catfish, returns for a second season. Contestants move into the same apartment building but never meet face-to-face as they’re only allowed to communicate through a special social media app. 

 
 

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me – Netflix (April 14)

The sitcom, inspired by Jamie Foxx’s relationship with his daughter, Corinne, finds him playing the role of a single dad and cosmetics brand owner who must navigate raising a teen daughter. 

 

Younger – Paramount+ (April 15)

The seventh and final season of Younger wraps up Liza’s journey at Empirical/Millennial and hopefully reveals if she ends up with #TeamJosh or #TeamCharles once and for all. 

 

Big Shot – Disney+ (April 16)

John Stamos moves on from Uncle Jesse in a new role former men’s basketball coach who gets fired and is forced to become a coach at an elite all-girls school. If you’re looking for a new sports drama with heart, look no further.

 

Cruel Summer – Freefrom (April 21)

Hailing from executive producer Jessica Biel, Freeform’s newest thriller takes the spot left behind by Pretty Little Liars. Set in the 90s, it follows the disappearance of a popular and charming girl and the nerdy wannabe who is blamed for the crime. 

 

Shadow & Bone – Netflix (April 23)

In the fantasy series, based on a book of the same name, sinister forces plot against a young woman who has the powers to unite her world. 

 

93rd Oscars – ABC (April 25)

As they say in show biz, the award show must go on. The 93rd Oscars, which originally mandated an in-person attendance amid the coronavirus pandemic, have reversed course and are allowing remote participation. 

 

The Handmaid’s Tale – Hulu (April 28)

June and her fellow Handmaids go beyond the walls of Gilead following an uprising as they seek freedom in the dystopian series.

 

MOVIES

Concrete Cowboy – Netflix (April 2)

Stranger Things‘ Caleb McLaughlin stars as a teen who befriends a community of Black cowboys in Philadelphia when he stays with his estranged dad (played by Idris Elba) for the summer.

 

Thunder Force – Netflix (April 9)

Dynamic duo Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer are former childhood best friends who invent a formula that gives them superhero powers. 

 

Stowaway – Netflix (April 22)

A stowaway crashes a mission to Mars and risks the lives of the whole crew on-board. The sci-fi thriller stars Anna Kendrick and Daniel Dae Kim.

 

Without Remorse – Amazon Prime (April 30)

Michael B. Jordan stars as John Clark, an elite NAVY Seal who uncovers a covert plot while investigating the death of his pregnant wife.


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Netflix Renews Spanish Drama ‘Elite’ for Fifth Season Ahead of Season 4 Premiere, Adds News Cast Members

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We’ve got some elite news!

Spanish drama Elite has been renewed for a fifth season at Netflix!

The news isn’t all that shocking considering the drama, set in the ritzy private school of Las Encinas in Spain, is one of the streamer’s best performing Spanish originals. 

Not only is the cast incredible, the first few seasons were hinged around an intoxicating murder mystery and plenty of steamy love scenes. 

The renewal comes ahead of the fourth season, which currently doesn’t have a premiere date. In 2020, filming was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and an outbreak on set.

It’s possible the series will return in the spring/summer of 2021. 

The upcoming season will see a handful of familiar faces including Samu (Itzan Escamilla), Guzman (Miguel Bernardeau), Omar (Omar Ayuso), Rebeca (Claudia Salas), and Ander (Aron Piper) as they were held back due to their shenanigans. The drama will also welcome new students Manu Ríos , Carla Díaz , Martina Cariddi and Pol Granch to shake things up. 

Deadline also reports that the fifth season has added Argentinan actress Valentina Zenere (Soy Luna) and Brazilan actor André Lamoglia (Juacas) to its cast.

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What to Watch in March 2021 Guide: Good Girls, Coming 2 America, The Irregulars, and MORE!

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Can you believe it’s almost March?

2021 is flying by, and I have to credit the fact that there has been so much good television available!

Despite COVID-19 still holding a grasp on the world, plenty of our favorite TV shows were able to return to production and deliver outstanding seasons that are keeping us entertained every single day of the week. 

March sees a return of some favorites on primetime along with some new additions to streaming. 

Here’s everything to watch on March 2021: 

 

TV

Debris – NBC (March 1)

Calling all sci-fi fans! Two international agents are tasked with investigating mysterious wreckage that falls from the sky. As British agent Finola Jones and American agent Bryan Beneventi lead the charge to track down all the debris scattered across the Western Hemisphere, they realize it’s a race against time!  

 

The Voice – NBC (March 1)

The singing competition returns for season 20 with Blake Shelton, Nick Jonas, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson at the helm! 

 

Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell – Netflix (March 1)

The documentary on famed rapper The Notorious B.I.G. celebrates his life and tracks his journey to rap king alongside rare footage and in-depth interviews. 

 

New Amsterdam – NBC (March 2)

With the pandemic still in full-swing, season 3 kicks off with a plane crash in the East River.

 
 
Wandavision – Disney Plus (March 5)
 
One of the longest episodes of the season marks the season finale of the series as it embarks into full MCU territory. 
 

 
 

Good Girls – NBC (March 7)

Your favorite suburban criminals are back for season 4! Beth, Ruby, and Annie continue their life of crime by pouring themselves into Boland Bubbles to wash money for “homeboy.” With the FBI hot on their trail, will they find a way to stay above water?

 

Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy – ABC (March 11) 

After going on hiatus in December, the Shondaland shows return with a crossover that tackles the issue of human trafficking.

 

A Million Little Things – ABC (March 11)

After a nearly three-month wait, A Million Little Things is finally getting new episodes and it’s going to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. Per the synopsis: “As [the virus] becomes more widespread across the U.S., Boston goes into lockdown putting Rome’s movie in jeopardy and forcing Maggie to return home from Oxford. Because the hospitals are overwhelmed with patients, Eddie’s back surgery is cancelled, leading him to take desperate measures to cope with the severe pain.

 

Love Alarm – Netflix (March 12)

The popular K-drama about an app that alerts people if someone in the area likes them returns for its second season on Netflix!

 

Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal – Netflix (March 17)

You’re familiar with the college bribery scandal that brought down Aunt Becky and other wealthy parents who stopped at nothing to get their children into top-tier universities. The documentary synopsis reads: “Using an innovative combination of interviews and narrative recreations of the FBI’s wiretapped conversations between Singer and his clients, Operation Varsity Blues offers a rare glimpse into the enigmatic figure behind a scheme that exposed the lengths wealthy families would go to for admission into elite colleges, and angered a nation already grappling with the effects of widespread inequality.”

 

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Episode 1 and 2 – Disney Plus (March 19)
 

The highly-anticipated Marvel action series brings together Falcon and the Winter Soldier, who “team up for a global adventure that will test their survival skills — as well as their patience.” Starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, the action picks up after the events of “Avengers: Endgame” with the first two episodes airing on the streamer on March 19 and March 26, respectively.

 

 

The Irregulars – Netflix (March 26)

The Sherlock Holmes spin-off series follows a group of “troubled street teens” who are wrapped into solving crimes and saving London from supernatural elements by the “sinister Doctor Watson.”

 

Pooch Perfect – ABC (March 30)

Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson is set to host this dog grooming reality competition that’s based on a UK competition of the same name (also hosted by Wilson). The episodes will spotlight 10 dog groomers around the country competing in challenges. 

 

Movies

Coming 2 America – Amazon Prime (March 5)

Comedic geniuses Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite as Akeem and Semmi to take audiences back to Zamunda, the royal country made popular in the 80s. It’s worth the watch if only for nostalgia’s sake. 

 

Raya and the Last Dragon – Disney Plus (March 5)

After being delayed the coronavirus pandemic, the film will finally debut months later. It’ll premiere simultaneously on Disney+ Premier Access and in theaters on the same day! Per the synopsis: ” Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. However, when sinister monsters known as the Druun threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, those same monsters have returned, and it’s up to a lone warrior to track down the last dragon and stop the Druun for good.”

 

Moxie – Netflix (March 3)

Amy Poehler lends her talents to a second Netflix original about a shy 16-year-old who is inspired by her mom’s rebellious past and publishes an anonymous zine to tackle sexism inside the high school hallways. 

 

Yes Day – Netflix (March 12) 

Saying “no” to your kids can be difficult, so parents Allison (played by Jennifer Garner) and Carlos give their kids one day where they say “yes” to all their requests.

 

Paper Lives (Kağıttan Hayatlar) – Netflix (March 15)

The Turkish drama finds warehouse worker Mehmet (starring Çağatay Ulusoy) working in an impoverished neighborhood where he becomes responsible for a small boy.

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