It’s time to get our annual round of reviews up to speed.
With the first season of the Fox anthology series’ first season out in theaters on April 17, we have our first look at the rest of the season, and what you can expect from the rest.
The XFiles Season 1 Finale: Season 3’s Most Important Episode is out April 18th, but here’s a look at what you need to know about Season 3.
Season 1 of The X-File, which follows Mulder and Scully as they investigate the mysterious deaths of a handful of mysterious people across the United States, has been the most controversial of the show’s seasons, with critics and fans alike arguing about the show being too similar to the original.
The show’s creator, Chris Carter, even admitted that he was influenced by The X Files’ first seasons finale, “The Case of the Missing Man,” which had a lot in common with The X’s conclusion.
Season 3 of The 100: Episode 2: The Final Countdown will air on April 20th.
The first episode, titled “The Final Countdown,” will explore what happens when the “final countdown” of the human race begins.
The episode will explore how we’re connected to the next one, and will also reveal the origin of the “humanity” that has been called the “Last of Us” phenomenon.
Season 2 of The Walking Dead: Season 2: “The Walking Dead” will debut April 21st.
Fans have been speculating about the fate of Carl Grimes’ character for the past few episodes, and this season’s episode, “Crazy for You,” is going to reveal the reason why.
Fans are also wondering what will happen to the other characters in the group, including the mysterious Governor.
Season 4 of “True Blood”: “True Death” will premiere April 24th.
We’ve already seen some scenes from the fourth season, which includes a visit from “Bones” character Shannel, and the season finale is set to reveal who the final survivor of the zombie outbreak is.
Season 5 of “The Originals”: “The Roots of Evil” will air April 25th.
“The Root” has been going for quite some time, and fans have been clamoring for a new season for quite a while now.
We’ll find out just how bad things get this season.
Season 6 of “Stranger Things” season 7: “Strangers” will be out on May 7th.
After all, who knows when season 7 will finally premiere?
But it looks like it could be right around the corner, and we’re sure fans will be waiting for some answers soon.
Season 7 of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”: “Bathtub Gin” will release May 12th.
Season 7 of Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8 will premiere on May 19th.
Fans had to wait for the release of Season 7 and we’ll get to see how things play out this season, but it’s definitely worth watching it.
Season 8 of “Person of Interest”: “Person” will launch on May 20th, and Season 9 of “Nashville” will begin airing on May 27th.
You might remember that we teased a Season 9 trailer for “Person,” but now we have some official images of what it will look like.
Season 9 of The Blacklist: “Blacklist” season 10 will premiere May 30th.
This is the final season of The Blue Bloods, and it’s set to be one of the most exciting seasons of TV we’ve ever seen.
The Black List will bring to life the lives of the members of the FBI, and they’ll all be trying to stay alive in this world in ways they never have before.
Season 10 of “Grimm: Season 6” will premier on June 2nd.
It’s almost certain that season 10 of the TV series will be a very dark one, with the season 10 finale likely to be the darkest we’ve seen in a long time.
Season 11 of “Supernatural”: “Supernaturally” season 11 will premiere June 3rd.
The next season of Supernatural will be the last, and its likely that fans will get a glimpse of what’s to come in the following season.
Season 11 of Supernaturally will take place during the apocalypse.
Season 12 of “Mama” season 13: “Mamma Mia” season 14 will premiere July 1st.
This season will see a new character introduced, and a new look for the family of the franchise.
Season 14 of “Grey’s Anatomy”: “Grey” season 15 will premiere August 1st, and that’s the end of Season 15.
Season 15 of Grey’s Anatomical will end with a cliffhanger.
Season 16 of “Scandal” will take on a new storyline, and season 17 of “Once Upon a Time” will see Regina finally find her voice.
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