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

    "I do what needs to be done because I'm a hero!"

    🚨Obviously MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨


    1. First, on Lovecraft Country, Jurnee Smollett gave an absolutely incredible performance when Leti had to deal with a group of white neighbors who didn't approve of her and her friends moving to town.


    2. Also on Lovecraft Country, Atticus helped Leti get rid of an evil ghost that was haunting her new home and, TBH, this was the creepiest episode to date.

    Leti screaming and holding hands with spirits as they try to vanquish an evil ghost

    It's wild that the two best moments from this episode barely had any dialogue, which is a testament to this cast.

    3. On the Wynonna Earp midseason finale, Wynonna triumphantly got Peacemaker back and ultimately used it to kill Hoyt, even after Doc insisted they end their feud.

    Wynonna pleading with Peacemaker to return because she still needs to fight evil

    Also, Waverly shockingly killed Mam Clanton in order to save Nicole.

    4. Also on Wynonna Earp, Waverly adorably asked Nicole to marry her (again), and this time Nicole officially had the chance to say "Yes!"

    Nicole starting to propose, but Waverly interrupting and proposing instead

    Honestly, I'm still weeping over this and I'll never be over it.

    5. The first three episodes of Raised By Wolves started streaming on HBO Max. This haunting and beautiful series follows two androids who are tasked with raising a human child on a new planet after Earth is destroyed.

    Coco Van Oppens / HBO Max

    The first two episodes were directed by Ridley Scott.

    6. On Coroner, Ross heartbreakingly learned that Jenny has been seeing Liam, and he decided to move out — Serinda Swan and Ehren Kassam are so good together on this show.

    The CW

    Also, Serinda's performance at the end of the episode where Jenny breaks down after realizing she's been hallucinating her family's old dog was extraordinary.

    7. Young Wallander started streaming on Netflix this week. Set in present day and based on Henning Mankell's novels, the series follows the iconic detective Kurt Wallander as he investigates his first case.

    Johan Paulin / Netflix

    8. On P-Valley, Uncle Clifford gave this rousing and heartfelt speech to all of the girls before their final night at The Pynk.

    Uncle Clifford telling everyone to make sure The Pynk goes out with a bang

    9. A.P. Bio returned with Season 3 on Peacock. The new season continues to follow Jack Griffin, who loses his dream job and ends up working as an A.P. Bio teacher in Ohio.

    Glenn Howerton as Jack in "A.P. Bio"
    Chris Haston / Peacock

    10. Transplant premiered on NBC this week. The series follows Bashir Hamed, who flees Syria with his younger sister in search of a better life. Now, Bash is trying to rebuild his career as a medical resident in an ER.

    Yan Turcotte / Sphere Media / CTV / NBC

    The series previously aired in Canada.

    11. And finally, Marvel and Disney honored Chadwick Boseman with a special about his life and legacy after he died following his battle with colon cancer.

    Oprah talking about losing Chadwick and saying we will feel his absence for years to come
    ABC / Marvel

    If you missed it when it originally aired on ABC, it's now streaming on Disney+. You can find it in the "Extras" section under Black Panther.

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

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