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    13 Of The Most Unforgettable TV Moments From This Week

    Lovecraft Country made me weep...and it's only Episode 2.

    MASSIVE spoilers ahead! And #7 and #8 include mentions of sexual assault.

    1. First, on Lovecraft Country, Atticus, Leti, and George were taken to the mysterious Braithwhite estate, and after being tortured by their greatest weaknesses and desires, they managed to find Montrose, Atticus's father.

    Montrose telling George, Leti, and Atticus that they didn't need to come save him

    2. Also on Lovecraft Country, Leti and George were shot while trying to escape, and the Braithwhites offered to save them if Atticus came back willingly. In the end, Leti was miraculously healed, but George heartbreakingly died.

    Atticus beginning Leti to stay awake after she's shot, then Atticus and Leit crying and finding George, dead, in Montrose's arms

    3. Lucifer Season 5, Part 1, started streaming on Netflix this week. The new season picked up with Michael, Lucifer's twin brother, coming to Earth and wreaking havoc.

    Chloe telling Michael she knew he wasn't Lucifer when they kissed and when she saw him with Maze

    4. Also on Lucifer, after seasons of sexual tension, Lucifer and Chloe officially got together after Lucifer returned to Earth to stop Michael and reunited with Chloe.

    Lucifer learning that he chooses to be vulnerable around Chloe, and Chloe saying that she will be vulnerable around him too, and they kiss

    5. On Wynonna Earp, Nicole started puking up frogs after getting hexed by Mam Clanton last week. In the end, Nicole convinced Jeremy and Nedley to kill her in order to break the curse.

    Nicole revealing to Waverly that she did something terrible while she was in the Garden, then Waverly walking in on Nicole drowning and Jeremy asking her to trust him

    6. Also on Wynonna Earp, in order to get Peacemaker back, Doc and Wynonna had to track down "a Woman Scorned," and it turned out to be Rosita.

    Doc and Wynonna finding Rosita on a rock formation

    7. On the season finale of I May Destroy You, several scenarios played out in which Arabella confronted the man who sexually assaulted her.

    8. Also on I May Destroy You, the season ultimately ended with a scenario in which Arabella doesn't return to the bar where she sees her rapist and instead stays home, finishes her book, and begins to heal.

    Arabella's book dedication, which reads, "Your birth is my birth, your death is my death. This book is dedicated to Terry, my best friend"

    9. Love in the Time of Corona premiered this week. The socially distant series follows several couples as they deal with love, sex, and connection during the coronavirus pandemic.

    Nicolette Robinson and Leslie Odom Jr as Sade and James in "Love in the Time of Corona"

    10. The final season of Trinkets started streaming on Netflix. The new season follows Elodie, Tabitha, and Moe as they deal with relationship troubles, family drama, and being teenagers, all while staying BFFs.

    11. Coroner continued to dive into Jenny's mental heath and how it affects her job as we watched her have a panic attack while trying to solve a case. Serinda Swan gave a great and nuanced performance this week.

    12. On the Little Voice Season 1 finale, Bess faced her fears, took the stage at the bar where she worked, and delivered a beautiful acoustic performance that caught the eye of a record label.

    13. And finally, Hoops started streaming on Netflix. Starring Jake Johnson, this animated series follows Ben, a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach who dreams of turning his awful team into champions.

    What were your favorite TV moments this week? And what shows should we be watching this summer? Tell us in the comments below!

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