Nintendo Patent Might Turn Your Smartphone Into A Classic Game Boy

The classics never die. Gamers have proven that they love them some retro gaming, especially with the sales of the NES Classic Edition and its very welcomed follow-up the SNES Classic Edition. Nintendo, however, might be bypassing a Game Boy Classic Edition in favor of turning your smartphone into a Game Boy.

According to Game Informer, Nintendo has applied for a new patent involving the Game Boy. However, it won’t be its own separate portable device like the previous outings of the Game Boy. Instead, the patent seems to point to smartphones being the platform in which Game Boy games would be played.

Over on the USPTO website we see that the publication date for the patent was on September 27th, 2018, but Nintendo had originally filed back on March 16th, 2018.

The patent gets rather detailed, covering the full technical specs of the Game Boy device, which actually appears to be a smartphone cover. Yes, it looks to wrap around your portable phone like a case that has a Game Boy-style housing on the front, with the directional buttons and the ‘A’ and ‘B’ button situated at the bottom of the device, along with the ‘Start’ and ‘Select’ buttons.

The way it appears to work is that a smartphone with touchpad support reads the button presses made on the Game Boy cover from the user. This results in the touchscreen acting like a surrogate circuit board for the makeshift Game Boy.

I imagine the housing will be used to play emulated Game Boy games on the smartphone through a Nintendo-provided app. The big question is how many generations of the Game Boy would be included in a Game Boy Classic? Would Nintendo go with the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance? Or would the company stick with just the first iteration of the Game Boy and some of its most popular games?

There’s definitely a question of how some games will be handled or whether or not they will be included given their popularity. For instance, would Nintendo allow smartphone owners to play all of the classic Pokemon games? Would there also be incentives for purchasing the hardware instead of just using an emulator, sort of like what Nintendo did by including the rare completed edition of Star Fox 2 with the SNES Classic Edition?

Then again, maybe Nintendo could be looking to charge a subscription fee to access the games in addition to selling the hardware for smartphones, which would allow the company to double dip.

Of course, this is all assuming that the device is actually in development. As Game Informer points out, it could be a patent for a real device but it may not necessarily come to fruition.

It would seem like a good solution for bringing a Game Boy Classic onto the market without investing a lot into a separate portable device. If it were budgeted at around $20 and could attach to most smartphones then it might look rather lucrative for a bunch of gamers out there who already put a lot of time into gaming on their mobile devices but also have a craving for some handheld retro gaming.

DC’s Titans Creative Team Explains How It Balanced The Show’s Tone And Violence

Superheroes are coming to the small screen in a brand new way with DC Universe’s Titans, which will provide a long-awaited live action adaptation of the Teen Titans. The first trailers pointed toward a surprisingly dark series, especially for viewers who are more accustomed to the relatively lighter DC series like Supergirl and The Flash. Dick Grayson as Robin is seen dropping an F-bomb and getting extremely rough. The creative team behind Titans addressed the need to balance violence with a tone that’s not overwhelmingly dark, and here’s what executive producer Greg Walker had to say:

We never wanted to make it super dark, and it doesn’t stay that way. Dick’s relationship with violence and where he is at this point in his life, self-imposed exile away from Bruce, required that we talk honestly about his relationship with violence. The others don’t have that same relationship, so over time the show changes several tones and several genres. But at that moment, we weren’t really inspired by any specific predecessor, we were more inspired by getting these people where they are authentically in their arc.

Dick Grayson, a.k.a. Robin, was revealed a long time ago as the one who builds the new team, and the violent footage released so far has largely revolved around Robin. As Batman’s former sidekick, he would certainly have the training to knock his enemies down a little too hard for them to get up any time soon, and he might have less restraint after leaving Batman behind. Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven won’t have the same bat-shaped chip on their shoulder. Being replaced by a new Robin probably won’t help chill him out! According to Greg Walker’s comments at the red carpet of the Titans premiere, Robin’s violence doesn’t mean the show’s tone overall is violent.

Co-executive producer John Fawcett shared his own point-of-view regarding the balance between Titans‘ tone and violence:

I think the thing going in was we always wanted to make a superhero show that was kinda gritty and edgy, but grounded. It wasn’t going to be a comic, it wanted to try to live in the real world as much as it could. That was something we were constantly checking ourselves on. The other thing that was great great fun was that Titans is really a mash-up, a genre mash-up. It’s horror, it’s sci-fi, it’s superheroes, it’s a bit of everything. I think that that works well tonally, and I think the fans are going to appreciate it too.

While Titans will be gritty and edgy as seen in the trailers, every episode won’t be darkness and violence from beginning to end. According to John Fawcett, there are more genres in Titans than just what viewers may have come to expect from the superhero field. It should be interesting to see how Titans goes for the grounded sense when three of the four main characters have powers of some sort. Perhaps some of Robin’s violence will be justified simply due to the fact that he can’t fall back on any superpowers!

Akiva Goldsman, another co-executive producer, shared his own take on the matter:

We found the tone that made sense to us. We’re probably less friendly than the CW shows, but we’re probably less nihilistic than some of the darker movies. We just found what we thought was appropriate, based on the source material.

If you’re hoping for some shenanigans such as those that can be found on The CW shows — although perhaps not Arrow, which has always been the darkest and is poised to be darker than ever for Oliver in Season 7 — then Titans may not be for you. Titans will evidently fall somewhere between Arrow-verse friendliness and some of the movie nihilism. In this way, Titans may be well off as the first show in a new universe. Without an existing continuity to fit into, it can really go in any direction with its tone and format.

Finally, co-executive producer Geoff Johns weighed in:

I never feel like it’s a hard thing to narrow in on, for me. We knew Dick Grayson was going to be our center. Once we really wanted to come into the Titans as the books did, with Rachel, with Raven, starting to talk about her story as a young girl struggling with her internal darkness, which is a literal one; mirroring Dick Grayson’s story struggling with an internal darkness, which is a psychological one, an emotional one, the whole show kinda fell into place around that. We took the basic concept of the Titans in the books, they’re all these characters from literally different worlds that come together and make a surrogate family, and taking that as our underpinning, as our backbone, our spine, everything for us fell into place.

Titans will be comprised of four different heroes coming from different walks of life and — in the case of Starfire — different planets. One character’s violence won’t necessarily apply to the others, and it won’t necessarily keep them from forming a surrogate family. The Titans crew will come together despite differences that set them apart. Even though the Titans series isn’t based on any specific comic from DC lore, the premise of the Teen Titans apparently works for the show.

Of course, that’s not to say that Titans will never adapt any specific comic storylines. At New York Comic Con, Geoff Johns specifically stated that they would be fools not to explore the legendary Judas Contract arc from the comics, which means introducing a new version of Deathstroke. Any attempt at tackling The Judas Contract may be a while off, however, as Titans will have to establish itself before diving into a story with Deathstroke. The good news is that the show has already been renewed for Season 2 before Season 1 even premiered.

The first season of Titans will premiere quite soon. The first episode will debut on DC Universe on Friday, October 12. The rest of the ten-episode first season will release on a weekly basis. For some additional DC viewing options elsewhere than DC Universe, swing by our fall TV premiere schedule for Arrow-verse info as well as info about many other new and returning series this fall.

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One Of A Star Is Born’s Most Emotional Moments Was Basically An Accident

Warning! The following contains major spoilers for A Star is Born. Proceed with caution.

One of A Star is Born‘s most emotional moments is between Bradley Cooper’s Jackson Maine and Sam Elliott’s Bobby. The two brothers have a complicated relationship in the film, in large part due to their conflicting feelings about their deceased father. After another row between them late in the film, Jackson exits Bobby’s pickup truck and stands there for a moment, before confessing that it was Bobby he idolized, not their father. Jackson then goes inside and Bobby turns to look out the back of the pickup as he reverses. His eyes are welled up with tears at his brother’s confession. It’s an emotional and memorable moment and, as it turns out, basically unscripted, as Sam Elliott explained:

So one of the film’s most emotional moments and evidence that Sam Elliott should get a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nod, was basically an accident. The actor only turned around and faced the camera behind him so he could back the truck out of the frame. Smartly looking where he was going (a great driving tip) and being present in the scene by responding emotionally to what Bradley Cooper did and said, helped Sam Elliott deliver a lasting image in the film.

This is also impressive because Sam Elliott only had a rough idea of what Bradley Cooper’s character was going to say when he got out of the truck. So he improvised to a degree. He responded in the moment and welled up with emotion as tears pooled in his eyes to show Bobby’s tough shell cracking upon hearing how much his troubled little brother looked up to him.

You might think that after this happy little accident, director Bradley Cooper would want to shoot the scene again with this direction in mind to try and add to it or improve upon it. But, as Sam Elliott also told Yahoo Entertainment, there was no need:

The emotion was raw and real and perfect the first time and Bradley Cooper saw that and didn’t feel any need to force it with another take. As Sam Elliott says, that speaks to him as a director. He created an environment where the performances were natural and those sorts of moments, full of unspoken emotion, were able to shine through.

This shot in A Star is Born is incredibly powerful in the moment, but becomes even more powerful after the film’s ending. I’m sure the emotional moment would only become more impactful upon repeat viewings. So often in life, the weight of things left unsaid can become so heavy that it is difficult to move forward. That Bradley Cooper’s Jackson Maine gets to have this cathartic moment with his brother and tell him how he really feels ends their relationship in the film on a positive note and adds some sweetness to the film’s bitter tragedy.

A Star is Born is now playing. Check out our release schedule for all the biggest blockbusters and awards contenders heading to theaters this fall.

Have Ben Affleck And Jennifer Garner Come To A Custody Agreement?

After months of hardships between the once-married celebrity couple, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have reportedly agreed upon a settlement in their custody agreement. Regardless, the details are still under wraps at the moment, at least from the public eye, as it is a sensitive time for Ben Affleck. The actor and director is currently in his third rehab stint, and he appears to be taking the process seriously as he focuses on his health and current well-being.

Here’s what we know about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s recent custody agreement. As it was reported by TMZ, it has long been suggested that Affleck and Garner would share custody of their three children: Violet, 12, Seraphina, nine, and Samuel, six. Of course, these matters are very delicate and it’s never easy to deal with custody settlements when one parent is notoriously known for, let’s say, indulging his vices. Therefore, they’ve spent time working out an agreement.

Jennifer Garner reportedly wanted to take some time to focus on Ben Affleck’s recovery and sobriety before they let the ink dry in their custody agreements. While the high-profile couple is no longer an item, Garner still seems to be looking out for Affleck — namely, because she wants to make sure their children are in safe and dependable hands when their time is divided between the separated parents.

When it comes to child custody, there are two components: legal custody and physical custody. When it comes to legal custody, there are reportedly no issues in place for Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck. They have agreed to mutually agree on topics that relate to the children, which includes their schooling and other stuff in which they take part in. As for physical custody, well, that’s where things start to get a little difficult for these two.

It’s unclear what the physical custody agreement is between Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck at this time, although it’s implied that Jennifer Garner will get the majority of the custody time with the children — at least, at first. As Affleck is still in treatment and looking out for his own best interest, it is understandable that Garner might want to take care of things between the children at the moment until it’s confirmed that Affleck is sober and functional. Once he is settled down into his new lifestyle and it is evident that he is able to raise these children in a safe, productive household, they could always revisit the decision.

Recently, Ben Affleck provided an update from rehab, celebrating 40 days of sobriety and thanking all his fans and followers for their support and guidance into sober living during this trying time. Meanwhile, for more celebrity news breaks and updates, be sure to check back with CinemaBlend.

Jamie Lee Curtis And The Guy Playing Michael Myers Didn’t Talk While Shooting Halloween

Halloween fans are excited to see Jamie Lee Curtis go up against Michael Myers once again, but the actor playing that role made sure that only happened in front of the camera. Apparently, while on set, James Jude Courtney, the actor who plays Michael Myers in the upcoming film, found that Jamie Lee Curtis wasn’t exactly giving him a warm welcome, so he made sure to avoid her as much as possible. As Courtney explained during a set visit several months ago…

On the one hand, the two people who likely spend the most time on camera in Halloween not interacting at all outside of filming seems a bit odd, but if Jamie Lee Curtis was in character the entire time, then it makes some sense. For Laurie Strode, Michael Myers is the most terrifying thing in the world. Based on what we’ve seen in the trailers, even decades after the events of the first film, she is scared of him. If you’re trying to keep that fear real by staying in character, then you also can’t hang out between takes with the guys you’re supposed to be in fear of.

On the one hand, from what James Jude Courtney tells Entertainment Weekly, it sounds like he was a little bummed out that he had to keep his distance from Jamie Lee Curtis. He seems to respect her as a person and an actress. Still, while he probably would have loved to have gotten to know her better on the set, he was more than willing to do what he needed to do in order to make the movie work better.

Since these comments came during a visit to the Halloween set earlier this year, one hopes that once shooting wrapped these two were able to actually meet each other. Hopefully, by now they’re old friends who are looking forward to the release of their new movie. We’ll get a chance to see the performances they put together by not knowing each other when Halloween hits theaters October 19.

The Fox News Movie Has Found Its Rupert Murdoch

Jay Roach, the director behind Austin Powers, Meet The Parents, and Trumbo, has never had difficulty assembling fantastic ensembles – and he’s doing a bang-up job with his next project. He’s already gotten John Lithgow, Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie, and Kate McKinnon to sign on for his upcoming movie about Roger Ailes and Fox News, and now a new report has revealed A Clockwork Orange star Malcolm McDowell is coming aboard to play Rupert Murdoch.

Gotham May Finally Introduce Harley Quinn In Season 5

Gotham has already teased some pretty wild reveals for its final season, so it’s no surprise another one of Batman’s iconic villains could be making an appearance. Yes, finally. Showrunner John Stephens hinted that Gotham may introduce Harley Quinn in Season 5, by way of describing a new character to be found at Jeremiah’s hip.

That certainly sounds like Harley Quinn, but is it really the famed clown girlfriend of Batman’s most iconic villain? Perhaps the Harley-ness will just be in style alone, since it’s largely unknown whether Gotham will even be able to call the character by her given name, or if it’ll be forced to do the same song and dance it’s done with Jeremiah essentially becoming the Joker but not actually being called Joker. (Something that may also be changing this season.) John Stephens didn’t explicitly use her name when talking to crowds at New York Comic Con, which might indicate this Harley won’t go by that particular moniker, but will still be similar to the iconic character.

The news comes after years of speculation regarding Harley Quinn’s potential presence on Gotham, with cast and crew alike teasing the villainess’ arrival for some time now. Star David Mazouz teased a while back that Quinn would appear in the Season 3 finale, though that didn’t happen. Earlier in Season 3, John Stephens said the show wanted to introduce a forerunner to Harley Quinn, which means Jeremiah’s beau could technically be a character Gotham has already shown. That statement led some to speculate that Barbara Kean will become the character before all is said and done, although actress Erin Richards didn’t buy it when we asked her.

Harley Quinn has become a hot commodity as of late, with the character’s popularity skyrocketing even higher following Margot Robbie’s portrayal in Suicide Squad. The character’s potential Gotham arrival is surprising, but also a little expected, given Quinn is also getting an animated series and a couple of appearances in spinoff films. The good news is it sounds like Gotham won’t be the sole Batman related franchise of late that completely excludes the character, even if they may not be able to use her name. Fans should be fine with whatever name variation the program creates out of the name “Harleen Frances Quinzel,” provided the character still resembles the Harlequin clown everyone loves so dearly.

Gotham is set to return for Season 5 on Fox in 2019. It’s one of the many upcoming shows audiences are excited about, although there are a fair few that will be returning long before the final season of the Batman prequel arrives. See what else is coming to television in the meantime with our fall premiere guide.

Fifty Shades Of Grey’s Jamie Dornan And His Wife Are Expecting Another Baby

Congratulations are in order for Jamie Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner. The Fifty Shades of Grey actor and the Quill actress/musician just announced they’re expecting their third child. The couple shares two daughters, Dulcie, aged four, and Elva, aged two. Here’s what we know about the baby news.

Additional information about the new baby is unknown or being kept private at this time, but it sounds like Dornan is very excited about the latest arrival in his family, which will extend to five members upon this newest child’s arrival. Dornan and Amelia Warner have welcomed a new child into their lives nearly every two years since they got married back in 2013. With the impending arrival of this newest child, that trend continues for the actor family. When asked how he felt about becoming a dad again, here’s what Dornan told The Sunday Times:

While the actor has kept a busy profile in recent years, notably with the success of the recently-concluded Fifty Shades cinematic franchise, fatherhood is something that has treated the actor well, and these comments suggest that he wants to stay an active, vital part of their blooming family dynamic. It is tough to balance your busy work life and your home life, especially when you’re a world-famous, globe-trotting international movie superstar, but Dornan seems to be welcoming the challenge with stride, and we are happy for his eagerness to become a parent yet again to this forthcoming child.

As an actor, meanwhile, Jamie Dornan was recently seen finishing his work as Mr. Gray himself in this past spring’s Fifty Shades Freed. (Or, at least, he’s finished with the series for now.) Appropriately freed to do more work with his recently-found fame, the British actor has kept himself busy with a variety of different projects on the very near horizon.

Among his upcoming projects is the biographical drama A Private War, which enters theaters in early November. He is also in the forthcoming drama Untogether, which is expected to be released either later this year or early next year. Dornan will also soon be seen in the upcoming blockbuster Robin Hood, which crashes into theaters on November 21st. He also plays a part in the upcoming HBO drama My Dinner with Herve, which premieres on October 20th. Suffice to say, it will be a busy few months for the prolific actor.

Still, that’s not keeping him from raising a family and adding a new addition to his dynamic very soon. Meanwhile, we’ll continue to keep you posted on the latest celebrity news and developments here at CinemaBlend.

One Terminally Ill Fan Got An Early Look At Red Dead Redemption 2

While Rockstar is hard at work getting ready for the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 on Oct. 26, some members of the studio took a break from crunch in order to visit a terminally ill fan and give him a sneak peek at the game. This is the third such story to be reported in about as many weeks, each tale straddling the line between heartwarming and heartbreaking.

In this latest instance, Gamersnet (via Comicbook) is reporting that Red Dead Redemption fan Jurian received a special visit recently from members of team Rockstar. Jurian has been living with Type 2 Neurofibromatosis since 2014 and, according to the initial report, after fighting the disease for years, he’s “done now.”

Jurian’s family was aware of his love of Red Dead Redemption and the fact that he has been eagerly anticipating the upcoming sequel. A resident of the Netherlands, his family decided to reach out to the local Rockstar studio to see if there was any way Jurian could get his hands on the game a bit early. Once the team got the necessary clearances, members of Rockstar visited Jurian and spent a day with him, letting him check out the game. Apparently, this visit came within a week of the family first reaching out, which is a pretty amazing turnaround considering what was being asked.

For their part, Rockstar apparently never attempted to make this information public. It was Jurian who decided to reach out to the press, as he saw a similar story run online and wanted to make sure everyone knew what Rockstar did for him.

The story that inspired Jurian to share his own tale took place in late September, when Nintendo visited a terminally ill patient to let him get his hands on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate well in advance of its December launch. Series fan Chris Taylor reportedly noted on social media that he was afraid he would not be able to actually play the game and, once Nintendo caught word of the situation, they delivered a demo build of the game for Taylor and his friends to play for three hours. Similarly, it was Taylor who wanted to share his story with the world, as Nintendo has kept mum on the situation.

At about that same time, Bethesda visited a 12-year-old boy diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma to let him play Fallout 76 well in advance of the game’s launch. In this instance, Bethesda assistant director Matt Grandstaff and a couple other members of the team hit the road to visit the youngster, Wes, personally. Similar to the other stories, Bethesda was only able to let Wes play the game for a number of hours, but his parents said the impact was immeasurable. They also delivered a Power Armor helmet signed by studio head Todd Howard.

Why Better Call Saul And Breaking Bad’s Mike And Gus Never Have A Close Partnership

Spoilers below for those who aren’t all caught up on Better Call Saul’s current season.

Though Breaking Bad made it seem like Walt and Jesse would be a premiere tag team, it didn’t take long for that to implode in tragic ways, leaving Mike Ehrmantraut and Gus Fring as the franchise’s most dynamic duo. Better Call Saul has shown fans just how that partnership got sparked up, and the journey so far has been noticeably free of friendly warmth. It’ll likely stay that way, too, as star Jonathan Banks spoke with CinemaBlend recently and explained why Mike and Gus didn’t and won’t get very close as partners.

I don’t think they ever have been close. I don’t think they ever will be close. Mike looks at Gus and knows he is a formidable man in what he does, and a very dangerous man. But I can say that Mike’s attitude toward anybody — he’s dealing with crooks and murderers — he’s not gonna get real close to anybody. The partnership, there is that element of trust in the sense that, ‘If something is said, this is the way it will be done.’ Not a lot of questions are asked.

To be fair, it’s not exactly the most common behavior for employees and employers to have close and personal relationships, but then Mike and Gus are on a slightly different wavelength than a Chili’s server and manager, as they’re both part of a very small circle of people holding onto the same highly inflammatory information. Close proximity and similar to-do lists don’t necessitate friendships forming between two individuals, though.

When Gus sent Mike out to the site in the desert where the superlab was to be constructed, it’s not like he was “confiding” in his security enforcer. He was telling him what to do. When Gus asks Mike about the situation with Werner and the German crew, he’s not looking to hear Mike’s thoughts on interior design; Gus’ mind is only on the product itself.

Between the lab and the drugs and the money he’s making, Gus doesn’t have a lot of time to care about other people beyond what they’re doing to help those other things along. Which Mike is undoubtedly fine with, as implied by Jonathan Banks, since Mike isn’t intrigued by the notion of bonding and sharing recipes with elite New Mexico drug lords.

Jonathan Banks, who doesn’t think that Mike and Walt are comparable characters, actually summed things up perfectly when saying the below:

Gus is scary. You better be paying attention when you’re around Gus.

Even if Mike was extremely interested in getting closer to Gus on a genial and friendly level — and Mike’s subdued outburst at that group therapy meeting proves he’d rather get friendly with live dynamite — it wouldn’t eliminate the possibility that Gus would find a reason to one day duct-tape a bag around Mike’s head. Anyone that we’ve ever seen Gus get friendly with, on either Breaking Bad or Better Call Saul, would find themselves on the chopping block in a moment’s notice if the vengeful kingpin found it an advantageous move.

I’m almost disturbed that Gus was so overtly casual with Gale earlier this season, in a way we haven’t seen him do with others. But as we know from Breaking Bad, that dynamic definitely changes once Gale officially starts cooking under Gus’ wing in the future. In fact, star Giancarlo Esposito actually brought that up during my conversation with him a little earlier this year (in which he also shared why he prefers playing Gus on Better Call Saul). In his words:

Gale has no fear of Gus. Gus is a business man who’s offered him a great opportunity, and he sees that [Gale] doesn’t feel that Gus is nefarious, so Gus feels like, ‘Oh, there could be a friendship now.’ Certainly you see a bit later on, when you’ll see Gus get a little bit short, and Gale might eventually start to see that he’s a little more intense than Gale had planned on. But right now, he’s really honored to be a part of something that’s like sending a rocket to the moon. ‘I’m a part of the moon team! I’m a part of NASA!’ [laughs] This is a big deal for him, and certainly Gus understands that and realizes that, but also respects Gale on so many levels.

Not that Gus is the only one who has made interesting exceptions to his own interests. Ever the loner, Mike actually took a liking to Werner during their time together this season, at least during the months before the dude decided to secretly escape the superlab to go meet his wife somewhere. Perhaps it was because Werner is one of the only people who chooses to talk to Mike like a person, and as if they are friends, sharing personal stories and whatnot. But whatever well-wishing feelings Mike may have had for Werner in the past are almost certainly gone now, with the shit hitting the fan in an assortment of different ways.

Plus, if Mike and Gus weren’t already friendly before, this whole Werner situation isn’t going to be the icebreaker that gets them all chummy-chummy and going to sporting events together. If anything, it may deepen the fault line that rests between them, making Gus all the more wary about trusting Mike with such important operations like this. Fans already know that they would work it all out before the events seen in Breaking Bad, but any kind of temporary strife between those two would create magical television. Imagine the stare-offs!

If we didn’t already know that Season 5 was a certainty by this point, Better Call Saul fans would be gnawing their fingernails off, with the Season 4 finale being so close. You can find it airing on AMC on Monday, October 8, at 9:00 p.m. And it’s an extended episode, too, so be sure you have an extra 25 minutes to sit back and enjoy the ride. And to find out everything that’s coming to the small screen in the near future, head over to our fall TV premiere schedule.

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