This Week’s Most Unbelievable TV Moments We Can’t Stop Talking About

1.The Haunting of Bly Manor Debuted This Week On Netflix. An unofficial sequel to The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor is set in England in the 1980’s. The series follows the horrific exploits of an American Nanny named Dany. She is hired by Henry Wingrave to take care of his orphaned nephew and niece. They reside at Bly Manor.

2. We also got to see in incredible performance by T’Nia Miller. Her acting chops were one of the many highlights of the series. The dreadful revelation regarding her own character’s fate that we found out in Episode 5 is also of particular significance.

3. There is so much beauty in the relationship between Jamie and Dani. The scene where Jamie tries to convince Dani to stay is so natural yet heart-breaking. This is no monger just a horror series. It has tinges of top notch drama sprinkled all over it.

4. Hippolyta returned in Lovecraft Country. She led Leti, Atticus, and Montrose to the distant past. They landed during the dangerous times of the Tulsa Massacre. They were tasked with retrieving the Book of Names from Dora’s family before they were killed in the terrible event.

5. Montrose finally realized the mysterious stranger’s identity who saved him during the Tulsa Massacre. It was Atticus all along. Montrose owes his life to Atticus, the mysterious stranger.

6. The Boys Season 2 finale saw Ryan finally unleash his powers. Surprisingly it was Stormfront who got the brunt of it. The Nazi b*tch is not done with the show just yet. We expect her to make a Darth Vader style return.

7. The Boys Season 2 also saw a major twist at the very end of the final episode. Victoria Neuman is a Supe. The politician was the one responsible for the massacre at the Vought Congressional Hearing. Hughie also joined her office. What the hell is going on!!

8. In Supernatural, Amara brings back Mary from the dead to show Dean the value of accepting his life. Amara proved that Dean was holding on to a fantasy of Mary and the real Mary in the flesh, for all her human flaws, was a quintillion times better than Dean’s fantasy version of her.

9. Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 returns with a bang. Burnham has travelled thousands of years into the future. USS Discovery is following her into the future timeline.  The future is not what they thought would look like.

10. While they managed to defeat Control and end its plans to wipe out all life, the future still faced a cosmic level catastrophe. Called the Burn, this event led the all the Dilithium destabilizing and exploding. Dilithium is what powered the Warp Drives. Without their warp capable ships, the Federation disbanded.

11. The USS Discovery has not arrived in the future yet. As Aditya Sahil states the laws of temporal mechanics states that since the Discovery has not made through the wormhole, it could mean they could arrive at any point of time – maybe tomorrow or maybe thousands of years in the future.

Bibhu Prasad Panda
Bibhu Prasad Panda

Bibhu Prasad Panda is a Senior Content Writer at Animated Times. He has always been fascinated with the world of word balloons and text boxes since he was 5. From aspiring to be an engineer to becoming a market research specialist, life's been quite a journey for him. Bibhu now follows his passion as an entertainment journalist/blogger. He's also an Omen main in Valorant. SCATTER!!!!

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