21 TV Moments From This Week That We Can't Stop Talking About

🚨Warning: MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨


First, in The Good Place, Michael and Chidi came up with a plan to help show that humans can change: Create another fake neighborhood with new people.


Brooklyn Nine-Nine finally gave us Hitchcock and Scully’s backstory when we saw them work a case together in the ’80s.


Grey’s Anatomy returned with Meredith and DeLuca getting extremely close in a Grey-Sloan Memorial elevator — also, I think I ship them now?!


Roswell, New Mexico premiered this week with Liz returning to Roswell and learning Max, her high school sweetheart, is an alien — it’s got all the makings of a great teen TV show and I suggest checking it out.


Schitt’s Creek showed Moira filming The Crows Have Eyes III and it was hysterical — just give Catherine O’Hara an Emmy already.


Also in Schitt’s Creek, David, Patrick, Alexis, and Ted decided to go on a double date filled with adventure and the one-liners that prove why this show is so good.


Good Trouble gave us the first of many The Fosters reunions when Jude partied with Mariana and Callie.


In Riverdale, Archie was literally mauled by a bear and is seemingly dead. Yup, you read that correctly.


Also in Riverdale, Veronica and Reggie got together and, TBH, I’m super excited about it.


Sex Education started streaming on Netflix and it follows Otis, the son of a sex therapist, who teams up with Maeve to open a sex therapy clinic at their school — the entire series is so good and worth binge-watching.


Mom featured a mini The West Wing reunion when Bradley Whitford returned as Adam’s BFF, Mitch.


In This Is Us, Zoe and Kevin took a big step in their relationship, which was adorably symbolized by a John Stamos key chain.


Also in This Is Us, Randall ended up winning his city council seat after a close campaign.


In Outlander, Brianna apparently still can’t catch a break and was forced to marry Lord John Grey in the event Roger doesn’t return.


True Detective kicked off its new season with Mahershala Ali as Wayne Hays, an Arkansas state Police Detective who is being questioned about an old case.


Deadly Class premiered with Marcus, a homeless and troubled teenager, who’s invited to join Kings Dominion, an elite private academy where the world’s top crime families send their teenagers.

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How to Get Away With Murder revisited Annalise and Sam’s past when we learned that Sam tried to reach out to Gabriel when he was younger.


A Discovery of Witches began airing in the US this week. The series begins when Diana Bishop, a historian and witch, uncovers a bewitched manuscript that vampire Matthew Clairmont desperately wants.

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In Schooled, Brett Dier made his first appearance as C.B., a ~cool~ teacher that helps Lainey fit in with the faculty.


In Manifest, Captain Daly shockingly kidnapped Fiona and decided to fly into a similar storm as the one flight 828 disappeared into five years prior.


And finally, even after 14 seasons of Supernatural, Jensen Ackles continues to give amazing performances when Dean is once again possessed by Michael.

What were your favorite TV moments this week? Sound off in the comments below!