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Hope Returns To Apple TV In Ted Lasso Season 2

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Get ready to Believe! The team is back for the second season on the comeback trail led by our favorite coach played by Jason Sudeikis.

Last year, Ted Lasso captured the hearts of fans everywhere all over the globe when we all needed a little ray of sunshine in our otherwise dismal reality of the the pandemic.

In season one Ted was hired by the owner of the AFC Richmond team to shake things up and bring the club to victory. The club’s new owner Rebecca Welton had plenty of things planned for the team and not all of them good, unbeknownst to anyone other than her director of communications, Higgins.

One thing about Ted is that he has “a real tricky time hearing folks that don’t believe in themselves”. This has lead to some real changes in the team’s morale as well as the administrative staff.. Through season one the audience learns the difficulty in everyone’s’ lives including the coach himself but time and time again the underdogs prevailed even if it wasn’t what anyone had expected.

In season two, we get more of the well needed kindness that is just a breath of fresh air in our continual shower of dark reality television. We left off with the team after the crushing loss that had cost them a place on the Premiership, but this does not deter them from planning an even better return!

Expect a new phase of the series; expanding from the underdog sports trope to a rich development of backstories for the show’s characters in a Rom-com like fashion.

From the strong silent type revealing their soft and sensitive underbellies to the craziest conquering of world crushing cynicism, with ungodly optimism,  Ted Lasso delivers more of what this world needs. All that comes with a price that we will see unfurl as the team needs to make some further adjustments including the unlikely team building exercise that Ted has in store to turn a team pariah into a hero.

 

Ted Lasso is available now on Apple TV

Season 2 consists of 12 Episodes

 

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Scrubs Reunion: The Band Gets Back Together

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Fans of the beloved medical comedy series Scrubs were recently treated to a thrilling surprise when John C. McGinley, who portrayed the iconic Dr. Perry Cox, dropped a photo on Twitter hinting at a potential reunion project. The image, showing McGinley alongside his former co-stars, sparked a wave of excitement and speculation among fans who have been longing for more adventures with the beloved Sacred Heart Hospital staff.

While details about the reunion project are still scarce, the mere possibility of seeing the gang back together again has sent waves of nostalgia through fans who fondly remember the show’s original run from 2001 to 2010. Scrubs was not just a sitcom; it was a heartfelt exploration of friendship, love, and the chaotic world of medicine, all wrapped up in a quirky and often hilarious package.

At the heart of the show was the bromance between JD (played by Zach Braff) and Turk (played by Donald Faison), whose antics and deep bond served as the emotional anchor for the series. Their dynamic, along with the sage wisdom (and relentless sarcasm) of Dr. Cox, provided viewers with memorable moments that have stood the test of time.

As we eagerly await more news about the Scrubs reunion project, one thing is for sure: it’s time to dust off those old DVDs, rewatch our favorite episodes, and get ready to welcome back our favorite gang of doctors, nurses, and janitors for what promises to be a memorable reunion.

But Scrubs was more than just its main characters. The supporting cast, including the eccentric Janitor (played by Neil Flynn), the neurotic Elliot (played by Sarah Chalke), and the wise-cracking nurse Carla (played by Judy Reyes), each brought their own unique flavor to the show, creating a rich tapestry of characters that fans grew to love.

While the photo shared by McGinley has fueled speculation about what the reunion project might entail, whether it’s a one-off special, a new season, or something else entirely, one thing is certain: fans are eagerly awaiting any opportunity to dive back into the world of Sacred Heart Hospital.

In an age where reboots and revivals are commonplace, Scrubs stands out as a series that has the potential to recapture the magic that made it a fan favorite in the first place. With its blend of humor, heart, and unforgettable characters, a reunion project has the opportunity to not only satisfy longtime fans but also introduce a new generation to the joys of life at Sacred Heart.

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One Last Chance to Get Home 

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Sneak Peek At AMC’s New Walking Dead

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I watched a sneak peek of Walking Dead: Darryl Dixon and Walking Dead:Dead City at San Diego Comic Con International. Darryl is my favorite character from the Walking Dead Series. There’s no spoilers here, just a few tasty tidbits. It’s shot like an epic movie, it’s darker and eerier (if that’s a word) than the original.

The Walking Dead: Dead City’s six-episode first season follows the popular Maggie (Cohan) and Negan (Morgan) characters traveling into a post-apocalyptic Manhattan, long ago cut off from the mainland. The crumbling city is filled with the dead and denizens who have made New York City their own world full of anarchy, danger, beauty, and terror.

In The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, Daryl (Reedus) washes ashore in France and struggles to piece together how he got there and why. The series tracks his journey across a broken but resilient France as he hopes to find a way back home. As he makes the journey, though, the connections he forms along the way complicate his ultimate plan. 

Also in the Walking Dead Universe, the second half of the eighth and final season of Fear the Walking Dead returns this Fall, and the Untitled Rick and Michonne series starring Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira, is set to premiere in 2024.

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