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The Nevers recap: Season 1, Episode 4, "Undertaking"

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When
The Nevers first introduced Lord Massen, he seemed like your standard-issue, old-white-guy fearmonger. By using societal fear of the Touched to consolidate power around himself, and labeling the Touched and their turns as threats to national security, Lord Massen has been an enemy of Mrs. True, Penance, and the other inhabitants of St. Romaulda’s Orphanage from the start. He’s clearly working with other lords to plan some kind of consolidated action against the Touched; recall the paperwork they were reading through in last week’s episode “Ignition.” He has a decades-long friendship with Lavinia Bidlow, which perhaps suggests that he knows about her experiments with Dr. Hague and those human/cyborg things. I’m not saying he’s a good guy! But… does he have a point to be a little afraid of what the Touched can do? Especially now that whatever entity responsible for their powers is trying to make contact?

Disney+ Hotstar May 2021: Star Wars, Out of Love, MasterChef Australia, and More

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Disney+ Hotstar May 2021: Star Wars, Out of Love, MasterChef Australia, and More
Alongside more Grey’s Anatomy, The Simpsons, and Kate Winslet.
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Out of Love season 2 airs new episodes every Friday
MasterChef Australia drops new episodes on weekdays
Disney+ Hotstar has announced a list of 32 titles that will be released on its platform in May 2021. In celebration of Star Wars Day on May 4, Disney+ is unveiling The Clone Wars spin-off in a new animated series called Star Wars: The Bad Batch. We will also be treated to two virtual tours with Star Wars: Biomes and Star Wars Vehicle Flythroughs, immersing you into Hoth, Tatooine, and Sorgan, and giving you a closer look at Star Wars' most iconic and beloved ships and vehicles. And on May 14, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series returns for its second season.

'The Nevers' review: Period superpower epic that could do with a tighter focus

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The Nevers, a new show about people with powers, is pretty far removed from garden-variety superhero fare.
Set in the late Victorian era, it is about people who, by the reckoning of the elite in such class-conscious times, should never have the kind of power they wield – let alone be seen wielding it.
Somehow, an unknown phenomenon in the year 1896 granted extraordinary ablities to a number of individuals, largely women and those on the fringes of society.
Like Marvel’s mutants and George RR Martin’s
Wild Cards, these “gifts” differ wildly from one person to the next, and sometimes they could hardly be regarded as such – bordering more on curses.

Get to know The Nevers' Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly

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The Nevers is HBO’s new steampunk period drama, rife with supernatural turns, possible aliens, and a rather unsavory origin story. At the show’s center are The Touched, a mostly female group of outsiders who, by virtue of something that will surely be explained later, have been given various superpowers. Some are more powerful than others, of course—The girl who always knows Greenwich Mean Time, for instance, probably wishes she’d instead landed the power to throw fire—but all of those with powers have become social outcasts. They’re the others—or, in this case, The Nevers.

The Nevers: Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly interview


The Nevers, but there's really no question that Laura Donnelly (
Outlander) and Ann Skelly's (
Little Women) Amalia True and Penance Adair are the beating hearts of the narrative.
Opposites in demeanor and abilities, True and Adair are part of an undetermined percentage of the London population suddenly gifted with special abilities bespoke to each of them. Dubbed the "Touched" by society, they're now targets of those who want to tame or take advantage of their powers. True has the ability to now see glimpses of the future with random visions that are missing a lot of context; and Adair can see energy, which she harnesses to craft steam-punk inventions like self-propelled motorcars and portable voice recorders.

The Nevers Review: Joss Whedon's Overstuffed HBO Fantasy Series

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Watching
The Nevers—HBO’s new epic fantasy series created by Joss Whedon, who’s no longer involved with the show—can be overwhelming. “Victorian ladies with superpowers” is already a high-concept idea, but
The Nevers, while entertaining, somehow finds a way to make things
even busier.
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An apparently lavish budget gives the worldbuilding a huge assist; the costumes, production design, and vaguely steampunk gadgets and flourishes provide ample amounts of Victorian eye candy, though there’s often an issue of wanting to look too many places at once (and since this is HBO, the visuals include a not-insignificant amount of nudity, in case you have any kids around who’re intrigued by the premise). This busyness isn’t helped by the fact that

Critics curious to see if The Nevers can break free from Joss Whedon's vision


The first batch of reviews are out for
The Nevers, HBO’s latest sci-fi fantasy series about a group of Victorian Era female superheroes (think steampunk X-Men), and the critical consensus thus far is that it remains to be seen if it has enough magic to break free from creator Joss Whedon’s shadow. But for now, the first few episodes seem to resemble a compilation of the creator’s greatest hits, for good or for bad. 
Whedon, the former
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and
Firefly showrunner, left the HBO series around the time actors who’ve previously worked with him including Charisma Carpenter and Ray Fisher accused him of abusive and inappropriate behavior (though for what it’s worth, Whedon himself cited exhaustion as the reason he left the show, and cast members of the new HBO series say he was a delight to work with).

What to watch on TV this April

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Left to right: Alexa Loo, Nasim Pedrad, and Jake Ryan in Chad (Photo: Liane Hentscher/TBS); Christopher Meloni in Law & Order: Organized Crime (Photo: Virginia Sherwood/NBC); Melody Hurd and Deborah Ayorinde in THEM (Photo: Amazon Studios); Kit Young, Amita Suman, and Freddy Carter in Shadow And Bone (Photo: David Appleby/Netflix); Birdgirl (Image: Adult Swim)
Graphic: The A.V. Club
If this past February marked TV’s first steps toward its previous densely packed state, then April represents a leap. There are nearly as many promising returns as there are intriguing premieres (in the case of Dick Wolf’s latest spin-off, a combination of the two). Along with new episodes of

HBO's Casey Bloys on 'Generation,' 'We Are Who We Are' and HBO Max's Youth Appeal


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HBO's Casey Bloys on 'Generation,' 'We Are Who We Are' and HBO Max's Youth Appeal
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With HBO Max’s “Generation” joining HBO’s “We Are Who We Are” and “Euphoria” on the WarnerMedia-owned streaming service, the overall HBO brand is looking a lot more youth-focused these days.
Speaking virtually from the all-remote Television Critics Assn. winter press tour, head of HBO and HBO Max programming Casey Bloys told
Variety that that wasn’t part of some “grand plan” to attract younger viewers.
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“What was interesting is ‘Euphoria’ was done at HBO before [HBO] Max, before I took over both,” he said. “It was a kind of realization that even at HBO… you have to kind of keep reinventing what an HBO show could do. And so this one was probably the youngest star we’ve ever had for an HBO show. But essentially it is a show about the struggle with addiction that happened to be set in high school, but it’s a really weighty and serious topic.”

Charisma Carpenter Alleges Joss Whedon 'Abused His Power' on 'Buffy' and 'Angel': 'Joss Was the Vampire'


Charisma Carpenter Alleges Joss Whedon 'Abused His Power' on 'Buffy' and 'Angel': 'Joss Was the Vampire'
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Charisma Carpenter alleges Joss Whedon “abused his power on numerous occasions” while she performed on Whedon’s series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel.” In a lengthy statement the 50-year-old actor posted to Twitter on Wednesday, Carpenter alleges that Whedon’s “casually cruel” behavior included threatening to fire her, calling her “fat” when she was four months pregnant, asking her if she was going to “keep” her baby, and firing her after she gave birth.
A representative for Whedon declined to comment.

Sarah Michelle Gellar Responds to Joss Whedon Allegations: 'I Stand With All Survivors of Abuse'


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Sarah Michelle Gellar, More 'Buffy' Actors Respond to Joss Whedon Allegations: 'I Stand With All Survivors of Abuse'
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“While I am proud to have my name associated with Buffy Summers, I don’t want to be forever associated with the name Joss Whedon,” Gellar wrote in a statement on Instagram.
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The actor said she will not be making any further statements on the matter, since she is “more focused on raising my family and surviving a pandemic.” But, she added, “I stand with all survivors of abuse and am proud of them for speaking out.”

New shows we're excited about on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and Apple TV in 2021

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There’s plenty to look forward to in 2021, like for instance leaving your house again with a bicep pumped full of vaccine. But until it’s safe to do so, television will be there, and thankfully 2021 holds a wealth of exciting new programming across the ever-expanding streaming landscape.
Although networks don’t share their release schedules more than a month or two ahead, all of these shows have been rumored to be ready for release sometime this year. Whether the coronavirus pandemic has derailed those plans is uncertain, but with any luck, these 10 shows will arrive on your screen in 2021.

New shows we're excited about on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and Apple TV in 2021

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There’s plenty to look forward to in 2021, like for instance leaving your house again with a bicep pumped full of vaccine. But until it’s safe to do so, television will be there, and thankfully 2021 holds a wealth of exciting new programming across the ever-expanding streaming landscape.
Although networks don’t share their release schedules more than a month or two ahead, all of these shows have been rumored to be ready for release sometime this year. Whether the coronavirus pandemic has derailed those plans is uncertain, but with any luck, these 10 shows will arrive on your screen in 2021.

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