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New Amsterdam – Six or Seven Minutes – Review: This Job is Who You Are

New Amsterdam is finally back for its midseason premiere! Previously Max was diagnosed with a squamous cell carcinoma, a form of throat cancer, and he decided he wanted to try precision targeted therapy, an experimental procedure, so he could continue to run the hospital instead of undergoing chemotherapy.

A patient who received her heart from Max’s deceased sister showed up, sending him into a tizzy. When Max and Georgia went on a picnic to release the ashes of Luna’s heart, he collapsed on the dock.

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Project Blue Book debuts: The eerie truth behind the Fuller dogfight

History’s highly anticipated new drama series about the real study of UFOs in 1950’s and ’60s United States has finally debuted and I’m happy to report the series, named Project Blue Book after its historical counterpart, does not disappoint.

For a little background, Project Blue Book was one of three systematic studies of Unidentified Flying Objects in the US. It began in 1952 before orders were given for the program’s termination in 1969. During its tenure, the study supposedly collected upwards of 12,000 various UFO reports ranging from the easily explained to the downright mysterious.

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Dirty John – Chivalry – Review: You Have Forsaken All the Love You’ve Taken

In the penultimate episode of Dirty John, ironically titled “Chivalry” is all about learning the scam. We see a majority of the season retold in flashes, but now we’re seeing the story told from John Meehan’s perspective.

While it’s skin-crawling to watch John manipulate, control, and effectively destroy countless women’s lives, it’s integral to understanding how the con artist operates and how he has been able to do so for so long.

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Missing Mob Wives? VH1’s Cartel Crew might be the cure

Cartel Crew is a brand new VH1 reality show chronicling the lives of cartel member descendants and how their lives have been impacted by drug trafficking. The premise is not unlike Mob Wives featuring women with alleged blood ties to the American Mafia.

If you’re like me and watched Mob Wives every time it was on, then you should consider checking out VH1’s latest reality show, Cartel Crew.

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