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100 TV Moments From 2019 That We're Still Not Over

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1. First, on Fleabag, when Fleabag and the Hot Priest parted ways at the bus stop.

Amazon Prime

2. When every single woman on Grey's Anatomy lined the hall to usher Abby, a sexual assault survivor, into surgery.

ABC

I ENCOURAGE you to watch the full scene here because it's one of the greatest moments in all 15 seasons.

3. On Grey's Anatomy, when Bailey fired Meredith, Richard, and Alex from Grey Sloan after they committed insurance fraud in order to help a young patient.

ABC

4. And on Grey's Anatomy, when Alex read a heartfelt letter from Cristina during Meredith's hearing to determine if she got to keep her medical license.

ABC

5. On Russian Doll, when Nadia literally couldn't make it down the stairs without dying.

Netflix

6. On the Veep series finale, when Selina set up Gary to take the fall with the FBI so that she could secure the presidential nomination.

HBO

7. On The Good Place, when Eleanor and Chidi relived all of their moments together before Chidi lost his memories.

NBC

8. Also on The Good Place, when Chidi finally got his memories back and remembered that Eleanor is THE answer he's been searching for.

NBC

9. On Supernatural, when Dean and Sam summoned their dad, John Winchester, from 2003 and eventually had to bid an emotional goodbye to him once again.

The CW

This was also the show's monumental 300th episode.

10. On Game of Thrones, when Arya finally vanquished the Night King.

HBO

11. When Jon Snow stabbed Daenerys after her rampage on King's Landing on Game of Thrones.

HBO

12. And on Game of Thrones, when Bran became the King of Westeros and sat on the throne.

HBO

13. When Cyrus came out to his friend Jonah on Andi Mack, marking the first time the phrase "I'm gay" was said on Disney Channel.

Disney Channel

14. When Amy opened up about an issue with her old captain on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

NBC

The #MeToo-inspired episode was also directed by Stephanie Beatriz.

15. Also on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, when Wuntch became commissioner and promptly demoted Captain Holt to a crossing guard.

NBC

16. On Dead to Me, when Jen learned that Judy was responsible for her husband's death.

Netflix

17. On Stranger Things, when Hopper seemingly died after the machine keeping the Gate open exploded.

Netflix

18. Also on Stranger Things, when Robin came out to Steve after he said that he liked her.

Netflix

19. On When They See Us, when the boys were read their guilty verdicts in court.

Netflix

20. On Euphoria, when Rue's relapse was portrayed as an epic song and dance.

HBO

21. On The Big Bang Theory series finale, when Amy and Sheldon won a Nobel Prize in physics.

CBS

22. On One Day At A Time, when Schneider broke his sobriety and was worried that Penelope would never trust him again.

Netflix

23. Also on One Day At A Time, when the family had an open and honest conversation about consensual sex after Alex posted some inappropriate photos on Instagram.

Netflix

24. When Barry was attacked and had to fight Lily on Barry.

HBO

25. On Killing Eve, when Eve and Villanelle went head-to-head and it ended with Villanelle seemingly shooting Eve.

BBC America

26. On Succession, when Kendall offered up Logan as the "blood sacrifice" at a press conference.

HBO

27. On Pose, when Candy was tragically murdered in a hotel.

FX

28. When ICE arrived at Cloud 9 and heartbreakingly arrested Mateo on Superstore.

NBC

29. When Patrick adorably took David on a hike and proposed to him on Schitt's Creek.

Pop / CBC

30. Also on Schitt's Creek, when Alexis performed "A Little Bit Alexis" during her audition for Cabaret.

Pop / CBC

31. On Sex Education, when Eric was beat up after Otis forgot about meeting him for Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Netflix

32. On Watchmen, when Angela relived her grandfather's memories after she took a lethal dose of Nostalgia.

HBO

33. Also on Watchmen, when it was revealed that Cal, Angela's husband, was actually Doctor Manhattan in disguise.

HBO

34. On Chernobyl, when Valery gave his testimony at the IAEA in Vienna about the damage that Chernobyl caused.

HBO

35. On Jane the Virgin, when we finally learned that Michael was never really dead and Sin Rostro orchestrated him losing his memory and leaving.

The CW

36. Also, on Jane the Virgin, when the Narrator revealed that he was actually a grown-up Mateo and he's been telling his mom's story the entire time.

The CW

37. And on Jane the Virgin, when Jane revealed to Rafael that she wanted to turn her novel into a telenovela.

The CW

38. On Big Little Lies, when Renata delivered this iconic line after facing the possibility of being broke.

HBO

39. When Quentin shockingly sacrificed himself in order to save his friends and officially vanquish The Monster on The Magicians.

SYFY

40. On The Boys, when Homelander and Butcher found out that Becca was actually alive and raising her and Homelander's son.

Amazon Prime

41. In On My Block, when Ruby dealt with surviving getting shot and talked about how it changed his outlook on life.

Netflix

42. On The Mandalorian, when Mando found Baby Yoda after being hired by The Client.

Disney+

43. Also on The Mandalorian, when Baby Yoda sipped soup while Mando and Cara Dune fought.

Disney+

44. On Lucifer, when Chloe and Lucifer finally got together right before Lucifer was sent back to hell.

Netflix

45. On Veronica Mars, when Logan died in an explosion right after he finally married Veronica.

Hulu

46. When Rebecca realized that she didn't need a perfect romantic love story to make her happy on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

The CW

47. When Crowley returned to Aziraphale's bookshop and thought Aziraphale was dead on Good Omens.

Amazon Prime

48. On Riverdale, when Fred was helping a woman on the side of the road and was tragically hit by an oncoming car.

The CW

49. Also on Riverdale, when Shannen Doherty guest starred as the woman that Fred ultimately saved.

The CW

50. And on Riverdale, when Betty, Archie, and Veronica were seen holding Jughead's bloody beanie in a flash forward on Riverdale.

The CW

51. On Arrow, when Oliver and Felicity said goodbye to each other after The Monitor returned and took Oliver with him.

The CW

52. When Mia, William, and J.J. were transported to present day by The Monitor on Arrow.

The CW

53. Also, during "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One," when Oliver heartbreakingly died after sacrificing himself to save billions of innocent people.

The CW

54. When Annie attended the Fat Babe Pool Party on Shrill.

Hulu

55. On The End of the F***ng World, when it looked like Bonnie had killed James and Alyssa, but it was actually all in her head.

Netflix

56. On Supergirl, when Lex revealed to Lena that Kara is Supergirl.

The CW

57. Also on Supergirl, when Lena finally confronted Kara about her lying.

The CW

58. On the Shadowhunters series finale, when Clary was banished and lost her memories of the shadow world after killing Jonathan.

Freeform

59. Also on Shadowhunters, when Magnus and Alec officially got married.

Freeform

60. On Orange Is the New Black, when Taystee contemplated attempting suicide while serving her life sentence.

Netflix

61. Also on Orange Is the New Black, when Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett died of a drug overdose after she thought she failed the GED — she actually passed.

Netflix

62. On Legacies, when Hope sacrificed herself to stop Malivore and erased herself from existence.

The CW

63. Also on Legacies, when Hope and Freya reunited after everyone got their memories of Hope back.

The CW

64. On Fosse/Verdon, when Gwen stood up to Bob while workshopping Chicago.

FX

65. On The Act, when Gypsy Rose and Nick went through with killing Dee Dee.

Hulu

66. On Younger, when Diana finally learned the truth about Liza's age.

TVLand

67. When Beth shot and (seemingly) killed Rio after he took Agent Turner hostage on Good Girls.

NBC

68. On The Handmaid's Tale, when Fred was arrested after he crossed over into Canada in an attempt to get Nichole — even better was that Serena Joy set him up.

Hulu

69. Also on The Handmaid's Tale, when June helped over 50 children escape Gilead and Rita was able to tell Luke about it.

Hulu

70. When Janine "Smurf" Cody was shockingly killed by her grandson on Animal Kingdom.

TNT

71. When Grace and Karen found evidence that linked Marie's rape to the case they were working years later on Unbelievable.

Netflix

72. On This Is Us, when we learned that the mysterious blind musician was actually a future version of Kate and Toby's son, Jack.

NBC

73. Also on This Is Us, when it was revealed that in just a year, Rebecca's memory has worsened, Kevin has a pregnant fiancé, and Kevin isn't speaking to Randall.

NBC

74. On NCIS, when Ziva shockingly returned and told Gibbs that she had been deep undercover because a woman named Sahar wanted her dead.

CBS

75. When Ann returned to Halifax and told Anne that she would marry her on Gentleman Jack.

HBO

76. When Haley gave birth to twins on Modern Family.

ABC

77. On the Suits series finale, when Harvey and Donna spontaneously decided to get married.

USA

78. When Angela was shot and tragically killed by the Dark Army on Mr. Robot.

USA

79. Also on Mr. Robot, when Elliot, Darlene, and Mr. Robot finally completed the Deus Group hack and wiped out their bank accounts.

USA

80. When Enid, Tara, Henry and numerous others were killed by Alpha and The Whisperers on The Walking Dead.

AMC

81. On Elite, when Polo shockingly returned to school after he was arrested.

Netflix

82. On Looking For Alaska, when Miles uttered this iconic line from John Green's original novel.

Hulu

83. On Money Heist/La Case de Papel, when Nairobi was shot during the latest heist.

Netflix

84. On The Morning Show, when Alex delivered this incredible speech after the Morning Show executives didn't think she could lead the show without Mitch.

AppleTV+

85. On Atypical, when Izzie confessed her feelings for Casey and they finally kissed.

Netflix

86. On GLOW, when Bash came out to Debbie before the Christmas show.

Netflix

87. On How to Get Away With Murder, when Wes (yes, THAT Wes) emerged from the crowd to speak at Annalise's funeral.

ABC

88. Also on How to Get Away With Murder, when Asher was killed in the future, and Connor and Michaela were arrested for his murder.

ABC

89. On The Crown, when Queen Elizabeth II visited Aberfan, Wales, after the tragic Aberfan disaster in 1966.

Netflix

90. On the iZombie series finale, when Liv and Major reunited, and Ravi, Peyton, and Clive kept the fact that Liv and Major survived a secret from the world.

The CW

91. On A Million Little Things, when Rome emotionally helped PJ through a tough time when PJ considered killing himself.

ABC

92. When Fiona decided to leave Chicago and start a new life on Shameless.

Showtime

93. On The Flash, when Barry was infected by Ramsey's cells and finally told the Speed Force — taking the form of his mom — how he really felt about becoming The Flash.

The CW

94. Also on The Flash, during "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three," Mia, Diggle, and Constantine visited Lucifer from Lucifer in order to get into purgatory and bring back Oliver's soul.

The CW

95. When Davia found Dennis alive and checked into a hospital after he left a worrisome message for his ex-wife on Good Trouble.

Freeform

96. On Prodigal Son, when Malcolm was kidnapped by the Junkyard Killer after learning his true identity.

Fox

97. On Letterkenny, when Wayne shockingly caught Marie-Fred cheating.

Hulu

98. When Rosa was brought back to life by Max, however Max seemingly died in the process on Roswell, New Mexico.

The CW

99. When Midge was heartbreakingl kicked off the rest of Shy Baldwin's tour after her set at the Apollo on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Amazon Prime

100. And finally, on Batwoman, during "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two," Clark and Lois from Smallville appeared, and we learned that Clark gave up his powers in order to live a normal life with Lois and their daughters.

The CW

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