Preview: ‘Mr. Robot’ season 3 episode 8 “Eps3.7_Dont-Delete-Me.Ko”

A new episode of Mr. Robot airs Wednesday, November 29th and we’ve got a preview.

The episode is called “Eps3.7_Dont-Delete-Me.Ko” and here’s the synopsis via TV Guide:

Elliot tries to get ghosted.

Here’s a preview:

Mr. Robot airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on USA Network.

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Preview: ‘The Flash’ season 4 episode 8 “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3”

A new episode of The Flash airs Tuesday, November 28th and we’ve got a preview.

The episode is called “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3” and here’s the synopsis via TV Guide:

Part 3 of 4. Barry and Iris’s wedding brings the gang together, but things go awry when villains from Earth-X attack the ceremony. All of the superheroes join forces to take on their most formidable villains yet. Earth’s mightiest heroes–Green Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and White Canary–lead their teams into battle to save the world.

Here’s a preview:

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on the CW.

SHAPE Magazine: December 2017 – Emma Roberts

American Horror Story‘s Emma Roberts is featured in the December 2017 issue of SHAPE Magazine.

In the issue:

One perfect cupcake. That was the reward Emma Roberts gave herself before her Shape cover shoot. “I was working out every day and eating really clean to get ready,” the 26-year-old actress says. “Then, a couple of days before the shoot, I started craving a cupcake from Sprinkles. So I went there by myself and sat down and read my book and ate my cupcake. It was great. Later, everyone asked me, ‘Why didn’t you wait until after the shoot to eat it? ‘Well, because I wanted a cupcake that day.”

Going for what she wants is classic Emma. “With my diet, I do what feels good for me at the time,” she says. “I try not to say that I won’t eat something. Instead, I stay in tune with my body and my mind, and I think, What do I feel like eating?” The same philosophy guides her workouts. “I love Pilates. I feel very energized and centered when I walk out the door afterward,” Emma says. “I tried to get into running, but it didn’t work for me. Pilates is something you take your time at, and it makes me feel very clear.”

The mental and physical energy she gets from this routine has helped Emma find clarity in the rest of her life. The former star of Scream Queens and American Horror Story has spent this year filming several movies, including Who We Are Now, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this fall. She also launched a digital book club called Belletrist with her good friend and fellow bookworm Karah Preiss. The two pick a new book to read each month, announce it to their hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers, and then celebrate it by interviewing the author. “The reaction has been amazing,” Emma says. “I think it’s because you become immersed in a book, and that’s something people are craving these days. When you’re on your phone and all the notifications are coming in, it starts to scatter your brain. With a book, you can really step away and take time for yourself.”

Here’s how Emma came up with a personal confidence—and happiness—plan that really works for her.

“Reading is my form of self-care and meditation. I set aside at least 20 minutes a day for it. Sometimes that turns into 30 minutes, an hour, two hours. There are so many books on my dining room table right now that I can’t use it for eating. I go to the store and buy every book I want to read for the next few months and put them on the table. One of my all-time favorite books is Slouching Towards Bethlehem, by Joan Didion. It’s a really beautiful collection of short stories. Another favorite is Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. It has a gothic romance vibe, yet it could be a story today.”

American Horror Story recently wrapped season 7 on FX.

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TV Guide Magazine: Nov. 13-26, 2017 – ‘NCIS’ celebrates 15 seasons

TV Guide Magazine‘s November 13-26, 2017 issue celebrates fifteen seasons of NCIS with its star Mark Harmon on the cover.

In the issue:

He’s the no. 1 star on the world’s No. 1 drama on TV’s No. 1 network. But you’d be hard-pressed to find anything showboat-y about Mark Harmon. The veteran actor, currently in his 15th season as Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs on CBS’s NCIS, settles down for a chat at a mom-and-pop diner not far from his home in Los Angeles. This is one of Harmon’s longtime hangouts, and it’s due to go out of business soon—yet another victim of an unaffordable rent hike. That looming event has him feeling nostalgic and a bit melancholy. Like Gibbs, the 66-year-old Harmon is a guy who radiates old-school decency and honesty. He deflects praise. He dodges any talk of status or power. His modesty would be maddening if it weren’t so refreshing. Is it possible for a TV superstar to actually be normal? Probably not. But Harmon comes damn close.

Gibbs returned to work this season severely traumatized after being tortured by terrorists, but there was also a lightness about him, even a twinkle. What’s going on?
“A sense of discovery, maybe? Gibbs is thankful to be alive. He really thought life was over, and for him to admit that is huge, because he’s not that kind of guy. After all this time, the writers still find new places to take him. NCIS was never a show about the crime cases, because sometimes we solve ’em, sometimes we don’t. This is a show about characters. The audience takes real ownership of the people we play.”

Yet, even in Season 15, we still don’t really know Gibbs.
“And I like that. I was never interested in playing him with a big red S on his chest. I’m much more attracted to the underbelly stuff. Gibbs is a loner, with emotional scars a mile deep that run in a million different directions. At work, he’s a leader. But who is he if you take away his job? I play him, and even I don’t know the answer to that.” [Laughs]

NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on CBS.

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