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  1. CITY TV retains the Canadian rights to air The Orville into season three. (I emailed them to ask because that's where i watch it too)
  2. also overseas. I believe Australia, for example, also continues to see it on <whatever television channel it was already airing on> Seth himself tweeted out after the Hulu thing, that as far as he knew, nothing changes for the markets other than the US one.
  3. this is totally for the American viewers. As a Canadian, the viewing of The Orville doesn't change for me. Still on CITY TV (part of the cable package) every week
  4. as far as the CITY people know, yes, The Orville will return to CITY TV next fall, yes. Seth actually tweeted similarly: that the Hulu move was just the USA. According to his own tweet, the international airings won't change from previous arrangements. He was awaiting additional confirmation of that from higher ups ("yes, I actually have bosses") but he was under the impression that the show stays wherever it was in all the international markets. (my tweet to CITY was *after* Seth's statement, just for clarity)
  5. I emailed CITY TV after the Hulu announcement came down. The Orville is still slated to air on CITY TV next season.
  6. Why CTV is doing that? short answer because it’s run by morons. Long answer because they wanna simulcast The Voice for the ad revenue most likely.
  7. CTV doesn't have an airdate for "Believer" yet. They aren't airing CM on Wednesday April 18. Mixed Signals is 10 pm on the Thursday. The schedule says that CTV is airing an episode of CM on Friday the 20th at 10 pm as well, but it doesn't specify which episode and it doesn't say 'new' like it does for Mixed Signals on the Thursday. And CTV routinely airs some (lately it's been season 11) episode in the 10pm Friday timeslot so I dunno wtf is going on there. Just that they found it necessary to air that stupid "The Voice" in CM's Wednesday spot so they moved CM to Thursday. all of wh
  8. I wasn't sure how to do that...... except that this way the notice of the special time is gone. I wouldn't want anyone to miss it thinking it's on at 10
  9. THE SECOND EPISODE OF THE "CRIMINAL MINDS" DOUBLE-EPISODE 13TH SEASON FINALE EVENT CONCLUDES WITH A CLIFFHANGER THE BAU QUESTIONS THE CREDIBILITY OF A FORMER FBI SPECIAL AGENT'S BIZARRE ACCOUNT OF SEARCHING FOR AN UNSUB THAT HE NAMED "THE STRANGLER," ON THE DOUBLE-EPISODE 13th SEASON FINALE CLIFFHANGER When Reid discovers former FBI Special Agent Owen Quinn (James Urbaniak) locked inside a storage unit, the BAU questions the credibility of Quinn's bizarre accounts of searching for an UnSub that he named "The Strangler." written by Breen Frazier, directed by Glenn Kersha
  10. Criminal Minds season finale, two episodes airing back to back same night. Mixed Signals 13.21 at 9 pm The BAU is called to Taos, N.M. to investigate an UnSub who is targeting his victims' temporal lobes, on the first episode of the double-episode 13th season finale. NOTE for Canadian viewers: we will have to catch it on CBS with the US audience. CTV is airing Mixed Signals on Thursday April 19 at 10 pm ( grrrrr)
  11. I've been mostly offline this week because the tragedy in Saskatchewan had left me kinda numb and non-caring about Criminal Minds, and just fandoms in general. I wrote this one largely to distract myself and to help me cope with that monumental tragedy by writing something more positive. no relationship stuff, just Reid and his colleagues. at aooo: https://archiveofourown.org/works/14316381/chapters/33034389 and at f f net: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12903269/1/Uncaged
  12. love that idea MMC, except I'm afraid Matthew might be tiring of Reid. Maybe if he's executive producer, key director and creative consultant too.....
  13. it could at least have been an iPhone O:-)
  14. this. yeah. In real police life, he'd be at least written up, if not suspended and/or demoted for that crap. He's lucky those cowboy antics didn't get someone else killed.
  15. well, it wasn't as bad as I feared it would be. Not a terrible episode, but not IMO a particularly great one either. The opening scene was well done, tense, intense and set the mood for the whole episode. It wasn't as Simmons-centric to its detriment as 200 was JJ-centric. Writing wasn't bad, directing was pretty crisp and I appreciated that the uh, murders, were done sort of 'off camera' so we saw the lead up to and the aftermath but not the actual killings. And a surprise regarding two of the murders that I did not see coming. a lousy 1 on the Reid-O-Meter though. it'll ta
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