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🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨



First, on WandaVision, Wanda gave birth to twin boys, Billy and Tommy, and honestly, I can’t stop screaming, “My sons!”

Vision and Wanda holding their twins, Billy and Tommy

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In the comics, Wanda and Vision have twin boys, Billy and Tommy. The entire storyline surrounding the twins is massive in Wanda/Scarlet Witch’s comic book history, and this will be a HUGE turning point for the character in the MCU.


Also on WandaVision, Geraldine was literally thrown from WestView after asking Wanda about Pietro.

Wanda saying, "I'm a twin. I had a brother whose name was Pietro" and Geraldine replying with, "He was killed by Ultron, wasn't he?"

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Y’all, I wept over Wanda mentioning Pietro for the first time since Avengers: Age of Ultron.


Euphoria aired its second special episode, which centered on Jules attending therapy and talking about her relationship with Rue.

Jules saying that Rue was the first girl who really saw her and saw "underneath a million layers of not me"



Also on Euphoria, we learned that Rue actually visited Jules before going to the diner and meeting Ali.

Rue and Jules crying and talking in Jules's bedroom



Fate: The Winx Saga started streaming on Netflix this week. This new series tells the story of Bloom and her friends, who are five fairies who are attending Alfea, a magical boarding school.

Musa, Stella, Bloom, Aisha, and Terra walking into Alfea


The series is based on the Winx Club cartoons.


On Dickinson, Emily attended one of Sue’s salons, and the duo shared this heartfelt moment when Emily questioned why Sam wanted to publish her poem.

Sue telling Emily that she deserves everything and it's not fair that when women get attention they get "slapped with the nastiest comments"



On the Search Party Season 4 finale, we shockingly watched as Drew, Elliott, and Portia mourned Dory at her funeral, but then in the final moments, we found out that she actually survived.

Drew, Portia, and Elliot crying while watching a video camera and Dory waking up with soot on her face



On Batwoman, Ryan finally let the world see her as Batwoman, and Mary and Luke agreed to let her continue to be Batwoman now that Kate is gone.

Ryan saying that the "city needs hope" and she wants to give it to Gotham as Batwoman and Mary saying that she needs Batwoman too

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On Riverdale, nothing made sense, again, but we learned that Jellybean was the auteur, aka the person who was sending the tapes to scare everyone.

Jughead telling FP that Jellybean was the auteur and she was sending videos because she wanted Jughead to stay

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This was the most anticlimactic reveal and made zero sense, but here we are. We also learned that Charles was killing the preppies from Stonewall Prep, because of course he was.


Also on Riverdale, Archie dealt with his anger and continued to mourn the loss of Fred, which was honestly one of the most sincere plotlines this show has had in a while.

A voiceover of Archie saying that Fred believed in forgiveness and Archie and his mom want to honor his legacy and believe in "lifting up" the people around them

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And on Riverdale, Hermione decided to divorce Hiram and join The Real Housewives of New York, and Cheryl’s mom killed her entire extended family so that Cheryl could run the Blossom maple syrup empire. And yes, as I am typing all of this, I am cackling because it makes no sense.


On Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Zoey had to deal with firing people at work, and it led to an incredible musical number from George where he sang “Stronger” by Britney Spears.

George dancing inside the office


Harvey Guillén was such a perfect guest star.


Resident Alien premiered this week on SYFY. Starring Alan Tudyk, this series follows Harry, an alien who crash lands on Earth and passes himself off as a small-town human doctor.

Alan Tudyk as Harry in "Resident Alien"

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Harry’s simple life is threatened when he’s eventually roped into solving a local murder as he wrestles with the idea of, “Are human beings worth saving?”


On Nancy Drew, the Drew Crew learned that a group of people died in 1975 after not paying the Aglaeca’s toll, so now they only have three days to save themselves. Great.

Ace reading the translation of a song and saying that "The Aglaeca comes to kill you after seven days"

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Big Sky returned this week, and Jenny and Cassie heartbreakingly found Cody’s body after they apprehended Legarski and saved Jerrie, Grace, and Danielle.

Jenny sobbing on the ground after finding Cody's truck, and Jenny and Cassie singing at Cody's funeral


Also on Big Sky, Legarski woke up at the end, so everything just got much more complicated.


On All American, Billy announced that Chris was going to be the starting QB for the first game, which led to this heart-to-heart between Billy and Spencer.

Billy telling Spencer that he takes his advice into consideration, but he's still going to have to make some tough choices

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On 9-1-1, Bobby came to the rescue after Athena was trapped in a house with a woman during a mudslide.

Bobby finding Athena while riding a helicopter and Athena radioing in saying, "Dispatch, this is 727-L-30. Rescue has arrived"



On 9-1-1: Lone Star, the episode ended with a massive forest fire starting, which will lead into the first crossover event between 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star next week.

A massive wildfire on the horizon



Snowpiercer returned with Season 2 this week. The season picked up with Melanie getting back on the train and learning that her daughter Alex is actually alive.

Melanie saying, "Alex. You're...you're alive" and Alex looking at her



On Walker, Cordell learned that Liam almost filed for custody of his children after Cordell disappeared following Emily’s death.

Liam screaming at Cordell that he didn't want anything to happen to his kids and wanted to make sure they stayed with the family, and Liam saying that Cordell needs to stop "chasing ghosts"

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Cordell also learned that the poker chip Emily had on her when she died wasn’t a “calling card,” but rather a present she wanted to give to him.


On Legacies, Hope and Lizzie put Rafael in a prison world with his mom and dad in order to stop him from dying. I’m not going to lie, I got a little emotional over Raf and Landon’s goodbye.

Landon telling Rafael that he'll come visit him and Rafael asking Landon to live his best "last life"

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We also learned that Landon is no longer a Phoenix.


Losing Alice started streaming on AppleTV+. The new series follows Alice, a female film director, who has a brief encounter on a train and soon becomes obsessed with a screenwriter.

Ayelet Zurer as Alice in "Losing Alice"


Eventually, Alice puts aside her own moral integrity to achieve the power, relevance, and success she’s always craved.


On Superstore, Kelly, Jonah’s ex-girlfriend, returned this week after Mateo brought her back to Cloud 9 in order to help Jonah move on from Amy.

Jonah saying, "I don't know what this is, but I'm sorry" and Kerry responding, "Am I dead? Is that why I keep ending up here?"


Ultimately, Jonah ranted to Kelly about how Amy just left and threw away their entire relationship.


And finally, on Grown-ish, Ana reconnected with her faith after she started dating a guy who was religious and celibate.

Ana whispering to her boyfriend at a church service


What were your favorite TV moments this week? Tell us in the comments below!

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