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    21 TV Moments From This Week That We Can't Stop Talking About

    My love for Atticus and Leti grows each and every week.

    🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨


    1. First, on Lovecraft Country, Dee dealt with not only her mother's disappearance, but also the death of Emmett Till, who was her best friend.

    Dee walking outside towards Emmett's funeral and spotting Emmett's memorial photo

    Also, Dee was haunted by two ghouls, who were inspired by the cover of Uncle Tom's Cabin. However, all of the other characters were too busy to notice Dee struggling, which served as an example of how young Black girls' and boys' stories often fall through the cracks.

    2. Also on Lovecraft Country, Atticus and Leti learned that Atticus was going to die in the future. So Leti, who was desperate to protect Atticus and their child, turned to Christina, who made her invulnerable.

    Leti telling Atticus he can't only think about himself anymore and Leti saying that the spell worked

    Basically, Ji-Ah arrived in town and warned Atticus and Leti about Atticus's death. Meanwhile, Atticus revealed to Montrose that in his travels last week, he obtained a book, Lovecraft Country, written by his future son. Also, Leti still hasn't ~officially~ told Atticus that she's even pregnant. There's A LOT going on.

    3. On the Ted Lasso season finale, despite an amazing performance, AFC Richmond ended up losing a heartbreaking game to Manchester City, which means they are out of the Premier League.

    Ted telling his team to be grateful they can be sad together instead of alone

    Don't worry though, Ted is still going to coach and they are ready for anything.

    4. Also on Ted Lasso, Roy got off the bench and went in for what could've been the last play of his career after he got injured — this moment between Roy and Keeley broke my heart.

    The crowd cheering for Roy after he gets injured, and Keeley sitting with Roy in the locker room

    5. On The Boys, Hughie and Lamplighter infiltrated Vaught to save Annie, but Lamplighter set himself on fire once they were inside.

    Lamplighter saying, "I wanted to do it in front of my statue. I just wanted to make my dad proud"
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    Hughie ended up rescuing Annie and her mom alone.

    6. Also on The Boys, the Compound V and Vought hearing shockingly ended with almost everyone's head's exploding right before Jonah Vogelbaum testified.

    Amazon Prime Video

    7. Supernatural returned this week and it featured the gang dealing with Mrs. Butters, a seemingly sweet nymph, and Dean and Sam adorably celebrated Jack's birthday and reassured him that he can defeat God.

    Dean unveiling the birthday cake he made and Sam telling Jack to make a wish
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    This episode kicked off the final seven episodes of the series.

    8. Black-ish aired a two-part election special this week. Part 1 focused on Junior realizing he was no longer registered to vote.

    Dre telling Junior, "I know it may sound hopeless, but that’s what they want you to believe to keep you from participating. But the ballot is the best weapon we have"

    Both episodes were directed by Academy Award winner Matthew A. Cherry.

    9. Also, on Part 2 of the Black-ish election special, Dre decided to run for Congress, which, of course, didn't come without its challenges — also, this part was entirely animated.

    Dre asking Bow to help him and be his "Michelle."

    10. Emily in Paris started streaming on Netflix. Created by Darren Star, this new series follows Emily, who unexpectedly gets her dream job in Paris, where she's tasked with helping a French company revamp their social media strategy.

    Lily Collins as Emily in "Emily in Paris"
    Carole Bethuel / Netflix

    11. Also on Emily in Paris, while I cringed through most of Season 1 — I mean, how was Emily so bad at social media?! — I will say, I did love Gabriel and Emily's chemistry, but Camille 100% deserved better.

    Emily saying to Gabriel that she is going to miss him a lot and then they kiss

    12. On We Are Who We Are, Craig and Valentina decided to get married, and what ensued was an all-night party where everyone celebrated.


    13. The Good Lord Bird premiered this week. This new series follows a group of Kansas freedom fighters, led by John Brown, and a young slave who travel across the US in the 1850s in an effort to end slavery.

    Showtime / Via

    This show was supposed to premiere earlier this year, but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    14. The Walking Dead finally aired its original Season 10 finale, which featured Daryl putting an end to Beta by stabbing him in order to save Negan.

    Negan saying, "Holy shit. You know who that asshole was?' and Daryl replying, "Yeah. Nobody."

    This season finale was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and there are now "bonus episodes" that will be added to the end of Season 10 in 2021.

    15. Also on The Walking Dead, Maggie made her triumphant return when she arrived after receiving a letter about the entire Whisperers situation, including Enid, Jesus, and Tara's deaths.

    Maggie and Judith reuniting

    Honestly, it feels so good to have Lauren Cohan back.

    16. Monsterland started streaming on Hulu. This new anthology series is based on a collection of short stories from Nathan Ballingrud's North American Lake Monsters.

    Kaitlyn Dever as Toni on "Monsterland"
    Barbara Nitke/Hulu

    17. Devils made its US premiere on The CW. Starring Patrick Dempsey, the series follows the rivalry that transpires between Massimo, the head of trading at a large investment bank, and his mentor, Dominic.

    Antonello & Monte/ Sky Italia / The CW

    This is one of Patrick's first major TV roles since leaving Grey's Anatomy.

    18. Soulmates premiered this week. This anthology series is set 15 years in a future where everyone is able to find their perfect match based on a scientific test and discovery.

    Sarah Snook as Nikki and Kingsley Ben-Adir as Franklin on "Soulmates"
    Jorge Alvarino / AMC

    19. Coroner Season 2 made its US debut on The CW. In the first episode, Jenny continued to deal with her anxiety and PTSD after learning that she actually killed her sister when they were younger.

    Liam assuring Jenny that he is okay with her, and Jenny pleading with Liam not to leave her
    The CW

    20. The third installment in The Walking Dead universe, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, premiered this week. The new series focuses on the first generation raised during the apocalypse.

    Sarah Shatz / AMC

    21. And finally, Next premiered this week. The new series follows a former tech CEO who teams up with a Homeland Cybersecurity Agent to stop the arrival of a rogue A.I.

    Shane Harvey / Fox

    What were your favorite TV moments this week? And what shows are you excited for this fall? Tell us in the comments below!

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