The Complete CBS Fall 2021 TV Schedule

It's officially time for your favorite broadcast shows to return, and the 2021 fall TV season on CBS is packed with all the dependable franchises, crowd-pleasing comedies, and titles with acronyms you've come to expect. There are a few major changes in store. After 18 years of airing in the...
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CBS Fall 2021-2022 TV Lineup: New Shows and Trailers

For years, CBS's fall lineup has been a constant in the ever-shifting TV landscape; you can always count on plenty of NCIS-es, multiple FBIs, and a Young Sheldon on the schedule over on CBS. As an added bonus, this year even welcomes old favorite CSI back to the screen. But...
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Matt's Inside Line: Get Scoop on Grey's, The Flash, The Good Doctor, Magnum, Roswell, NCIS: Los Angeles and More

Will Grey’s Anatomy‘s Mer grab a proper drink with a prospective beau? What good news/bad news awaits Magnum‘s pal Rick? What’s the prognosis for The Flash‘s Iris? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows. (Email any brand-new Qs to I am a huge fan of potential Grey’s Anatomy couple Meredith and Hayes. Is there hope for them? –Giuseppe “Time has not been on their side!” exec producer Meg Marinis acknowledged during TVLine’s fall preview interview. “He asked her for a drink, and then he found her outside having collapsed from COVID.” Yet, Marinis noted, “we saw Hayes...
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Marietta Daily Journal

The 2021 fall TV season: What to watch and what to skip this year

With new TV shows premiering pretty much year-round now, fall TV seasons don’t splash quite as hard as they used to. But broadcast networks still craft fall lineup packages, and TV freaks like me still get excited for them. If the new 2021 Fall TV season has a motto, I’d...

ASU Scouting Report with Jacob Rudner of SunDevil Source

In week three of the college football season there are only three matchups between ranked stadiums and LaVell Edwards Stadium will be host to one of them on Saturday night. The #19th ranked Sun Devils of Arizona State will make their way to Provo for the first time since 1998, a matchup that BYU won 26-6 thanks to some stout defense and masterful field goal kicking from Owen Pochman. This time around ASU pack a little more punch on the offensive side of the ball, led by the dynamic Jayden Daniels. The 6'3" junior out of San Bernardino, California has shown flashes on brilliance with his arm and legs in his time at ASU. They also boast a bevy of defensive studs that will be sure to test the Cougar's offensive attack.

Movie Reviews

Malignant (Now showing in theatres) Rated R – For language, violence, gore, and adult themes. Well my friends, that time has come ‘round again. Summer is ending, the temperature is cooling, Walmart has Halloween decorations for sale, and horror movies have started to flood into cinemas. First out of the...

9/11 made spy dramas like '24' and 'Alias' scramble. But not for long

The Sept. 11 terror attacks that rippled through US society and culture 20 years ago also disrupted the fall TV season that was about to begin. While all of television pondered how to respond, those events particularly impacted a trio of new dramas with anti-terrorism and espionage themes: "24," "Alias" and "The Agency," resulting in last-minute scrambling and changes.

Big Brother recap: Season 23, Episode 32

Big Brother 23, Episode 32 arrived on Friday night. There are only four people left after the Double Eviction episode, where Tiffany Mitchell and Hannah Chaddha got evicted. This special episode gave Big Brother fans a chance to find out what happened next with the BB23 cast, especially who won the new Head of Household Competition and who got placed on the block.

‘Big Brother 23’ episode 32 recap: Did Derek, Kyland or Xavier win Head of Household? [UPDATING LIVE BLOG]

On Thursday night, the second double eviction of “Big Brother” Season 23 resulted in the eliminations of Tiffany Mitchell and Hannah Chaddha. That left only four Cookout members still in the game: Derek Frazier, Kyland Young, Xavier Prather and outgoing Head of Household Azah Awasum. Since Azah was not eligible to compete in this week’s HOH competition, that meant the power would go to one of the guys. So who pulled out the victory on this special Friday episode, and which two houseguests did he nominate for eviction? SEE‘Big Brother’ winners list: All 22 seasons, plus spin-offs Below, read our minute-by-minute “Big...

MALIGNANT Spoiler Review

MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD for Malignant. Consider yourself warned. It’s safe to say that the horror genre has evolved a good bit over the last decade or so – and one of the main reasons is James Wan. Thanks to his franchise-generating work in The Conjuring and Insidious (and by extension, The Nun and Annabelle flicks), horror turned away from splattering blood and gore to more supernatural, ethereal and religious scares. The movement even became its own niche, known as “PG-13 horror.”

Big Brother Blowout: Final Four HOH Tests Loyalties, Sets Unexpected Target

Flashbacks reveal what happened during Thursday's Double Eviction before the endgame is set with blindsides still very much in play. It may be down to the Final Four on "Big Brother" and it may look like things are all but sown up as far as who's going to do what, but there's still a lot of game to play -- and more time means more chances to lie and backstab.

Police work, societal changes have caused crime rates to fall, chief says

The crime rate in Moose Jaw declined from 2016 to 2020, which Police Chief Rick Bourassa attributes to police work and societal changes over which officers have no control. During the September Board of Police Commissioners meeting, Bourassa presented information from Statistics Canada about crime data for 2020 after the federal Crown organization released the data earlier this year.

What You Didn’t Know about Adam Rodriguez

Meanwhile, Rodriguez, widely known for his role as Eric Delko in “CSI: Miami,” is also working with a Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s national ad campaign that looks to motivate young Latinos and their parents to strive for a better education. “My family was very big on education,” said Rodriguez, who revealed...
TV Grapevine

Big Brother 23 Recap for 9/17/2021: Who Won HOH?

Tonight’s episode of CBS’s Big Brother 23 picks up where we left off after the second eviction. Hannah is gone, Azah is the only woman in the house and the last three men standing are Xavier, Big D and Kyland. We get some flashbacks of stuff that happened, including how...
Soap Opera Digest

Charles Shaughnessy On Joining GH

Charles Shaughnessy made his triumphant return to GH — but this time around, he’s playing the nefarious Victor Cassadine and not Alistair Crawford, Holly’s cousin, who he played for a week back in 1984, a few months before landing his long-term DAYS role, Shane Donovan. While his stint as Alistair...
Seattle Times

What to watch on TV in fall 2021, from shows with Seattle ties to best bets

The pandemic may not be over but TV production has resumed to the point that this fall’s TV season — with new shows coming to broadcast, cable and streaming services — will look more familiar than fall 2020’s cobbled-together lineup. Indeed, given the number of reboots, remakes and continuations, the...
Minneapolis Star Tribune

The 10 most anticipated TV shows of the fall season

Turns out we didn't see the last of Tony Soprano. David Chase co-wrote this prequel to the highly influential series with Michael Gandolfini stepping into the role originated by his late father, James Gandolfini. The movie, which also will get a theatrical release, looks at the 1967 race riots in Newark, N.J., through the eyes of the future mobster. (Oct. 1, HBO Max)
Twin Falls Times-News

How well do you know the U.S. Constitution?

TWIN FALLS — College of Southern Idaho students took a U.S. citizenship test on Tuesday evening. Using their phones and an online platform, students eagerly answered questions about the three branches of government, local representatives and a 234-year-old document. “It’s something any American should know,” said CSI freshman Amy Madrid.