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Here’s how you can watch Last Man Standing Season 7 Episode 21 “The Favorite” online or the old fashioned way right on your TV.

Last Man Standing returns after a quick two-week break on FOX tonight (5/3) at 8 p.m. EST / 7 p.m. Central. You can catch the show’s latest episode “The Favorite” online via live stream with FOX’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial at Fubo TV.

It’s the first of two final Last Man Standing season 7 episodes before Mike Baxter takes a bow until season 8. According to The Hollywood Reporter, FOX has renewed the Tim Allen-led series for the 2019-2020 broadcast season. Actress Nancy Travis (Vanessa Baxter) has done a fantastic job alongside Michael Douglas on Netflix’s The Kominsky Method and as such she’ll be reprising two lead characters this fall. Deadline confirmed Travis will indeed return on The Kominsky Method’s second season after receiving fan and critical acclaim for the role of Lisa.

What happened on the prior Last Man Standing episode (Recap):

Last episode “Yass Queen” saw Mike Baxter attempting to teach Mandy the value of building a business gradually through adversity. Mandy Baxter’s confidence had risen to cloud nine after speaking with fashionista Celia [Melissa Peterman], a distributor interested in featuring Mandy’s ideas for a new fashion line. Although Mike was skeptical of the new fledgling partnership he was more interested to hear where Mandy would get capital for a project on such a scale.

Mandy suggested her parents would prove their strong belief in her by investing in the project. Though Vanessa wanted to give her the means right away, remembering how she almost gave up on the dream earlier this season, Mike was not as fond of the idea. He recalled Mandy’s penchant for always having another best idea and another best idea, worrying how long her keenness in the project would last.

LAST MAN STANDING: 150'th Episode: L-R: Tim Allen and Molly McCook in the “Yass Queen” episode of LAST MAN STANDING airing Friday, April 19 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2019 Fox Media LLC Cr: Michael Becker/FOX.

Photo Credit: Michael Becker/FOX

Eventually, Mike would come to a compromise after doing an episode of Outdoor Man discussing the importance of the vital building blocks of business. Baxter being a thorough believer in capital size being grounded upon a return, suggested a different kind of investment. He would task Mandy with redesigning one of Outdoor Man’s failing items and should she succeed with a minor investment for it, she’d receive another larger investment and so forth. The ball rolling uphill slowly for a complete fashion-line rather than giving complete funding instantly.

Ed’s Memoir Tapes

Meanwhile, Ed Alzate had Kyle summarize his decades of memoir tapes for a future novel on his life… Only Kyle couldn’t locate anything truly interesting, even with Chuck’s help! Towards the end of the episode Chuck and Kyle presented Ed with a single scrap of paper. When questioned about why he would just mention spearmint gum, Ed went into a whole story about how he received it to remember home from a fellow solider in the military. Ever since, he’d never went a day without a piece of spearmint gum in his pocket because of that day.

Both Chuck and Kyle were moved, as Ed realized he’s a storyteller that needs an active audience rather than a microphone. Kyle volunteered happily to listen to Ed recount his tales and transcribe them for him.

LAST MAN STANDING: 150'th Episode: L-R: Guest star Melissa Peterman, Christoph Sanders and Jonathan Adams in the “Yass Queen” episode of LAST MAN STANDING airing Friday, April 19 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2019 Fox Media LLC Cr: Michael Becker/FOX.

Photo Credit: Michael Becker / FOX

The episode would end with fashionista Celia being irritated with Mike at the perception that he’d stolen Mandy’s design from her. Mike replied that he’d been expecting her and signaled for a sharlpy dressed Chuck and Kyle to walk in. Chuck introduced them as being from the law office of “James, Earl, and Jones!” in a classic moment. Celia would decide to abandon asking for a revenue cut… And ask both Chuck and Kyle to call her!

“The Favorite” Episode Description and Preview Trailer:

Mike and Chuck get their game on when Ed has a pinball machine installed in the office; Kristen and Mandy become jealous of a poem Vanessa wrote for Jen.

Mike Baxter shows off his pinball arcade skills while blindfolded to Ed and Kyle in the preview trailer below. The episode description makes it sound like Mike and Chuck will have a bit of an old-school competition to decide who the best truly is!

Meanwhile, Baxter sisters Kristen and Mandy become jealous after their mothers pens a poem for Jen…

Last Man Standing: Live Stream Details

Date: Friday, May 3
Start Time: 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. Central
Episode: “The Favorite”
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on FOX’s official live stream

Watch Tim Allen thank the fans for bringing Last Man Standing back on the air in this clip on FOX.com.

Nir Regev is the founder of The Natural Aristocrat. You can directly contact him at nir.regev@thenaturalaristocrat.com for coverage consideration, interview opportunties, or general comments.

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Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 3 live stream: Watch AMC online

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Better Call Saul Season 5 Live Stream - Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) and Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) in Season 5 of Better Call Saul. - Photo Credit: James Minchin/AMC
Photo Credit: James Minchin/AMC

Here’s how you can watch AMC’s Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 3 “The Guy For This” live stream online or the old-fashioned way right on your television.

Better Call Saul’s Season 5 Episode 3 “The Guy For This” airs tonight on AMC at 9:00 p.m. ET. You can catch Saul Goodman’s latest chapter online at AMC’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial from FuboTV.

“The Guy For This” will also be available the day after airing on AMC.com. Catch up on previous seasons of Better Call Saul on Netflix if you’re a subscriber, or purchase individual episodes/prior seasons on Amazon. A new option to watch “The Guy For This” ad-less is AMC’s Premiere service, which does require a TV provider to login with (not open to Comcast/Xfinity customers at the moment). It has a subscription fee of $4.99 a month or a regular price of $59.99 annually. * It’s currently $29.49 annually on what looks to be a limited time deal to promote The Walking Dead but might extend for a while.

The sneak peek for Better Call Saul’s latest episode above has Jimmy examining every detail of his situation after being picked up by Nacho Varga. In the center of the car he says a holstered pistol and no way to roll his windows down on either side. Jimmy is entirely unsure of what Nacho has in store for him. There was no explanation of whatsoever of the reasoning for the immediate, impromptu “get in the car” request last episode. Jimmy didn’t even get to finish his ice cream cone! Whatever the case, Saul Goodman rather than Jimmy McGill will be the one answering to this nefarious business.

“The Guy For This” Episode Description:

Jimmy’s business enters uncharted territory; Kim’s confidence is tested when she’s faced with a legal problem only she can solve; Nacho navigates increased pressure from Gus; Mike continues to spiral.

“The Guy For This” is written by Ann Cherkis and directed by Michael Morris. Director Michael Morris Hughes also directed Season 4 Episode 5 “Quite a Ride” of Better Call Saul.

Better Call Saul Season 5 Episode 3: Live Stream Details

Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) in Season 5 of Better Call Saul. –
Photo Credit: James Minchin/AMC

Date: Monday, March 2
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET / 8:00 p.m. Central / 6:00 p.m. PT
Episode: “The Guy For This”
TV Channel: AMC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on AMC’s official live stream

Be sure to read Ray Donovan’s Molly Sullivan should look familiar to Better Call Saul fans (Stacey Ehrmantraut) and Better Call Saul’s Patrick Fabian made a cameo on Barry in ‘Future Space’ (Howard Hamlin).

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Homeland Season 8 Episode 4 live stream: Watch online

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Homeland Season 8 Episode 4 - Mandy Patinkin as Saul Berenson in HOMELAND, "Chalk One Up". Photo Credit: Sifeddine Elamine/SHOWTIME
Photo Credit: Sifeddine Elamine/SHOWTIME

Here’s how you can watch the Homeland Season 8 Episode 4 “Chalk One Up” live stream online with Showtime Anytime or the old-fashioned way right on your television.

Showtime’s Homeland Season 8 Episode 4 “Chalk One Up” airs tonight on Showtime at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Carrie Mathison’s latest chapter will be available to stream live online on the Showtime Anytime service. You can also sign up to Showtime on Amazon to watch the episode post-airing the day next day.

Last week’s Homeland had Carrie Mathison shaken by Yevgeny Gromov recalling an intimately personal memory about how she once almost drowned her daughter in a bathtub. All bets are off, and Carrie went off the grid for 90 minutes following the ‘water fountain’ meeting with Yevgeny. She was at least partially telling the truth to Mike Dunne about going to clear her head but deceived him about all else that had been spoken in the meeting. Ever since Homeland’s Season 8 Premiere, Carrie has been questioning the validity of her memories after discovering her intel source in Afghanistan, Roshan, had been taken out.

However, Yevgeny denied all record of naming Roshan as Carrie’s source, seemingly befuddled by the whole accusation. It didn’t seem to be an act either. Carrie has gone from asking for impromptu permission to take Yevgeny out in “Catch and Release” to learning he saved her from taking her own life sans medication.

Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison in HOMELAND, “Chalk One Up”. Photo Credit: Warrick Page/SHOWTIME

Carrie Mathison continues to be watched ever since “Deception Indicated” as a potential compromised Russian asset. Saul Berenson being her only true reference out on the field.

In the preview trailer above for Homeland’s latest episode above, Carrie incurs Saul’s name as she is being whisked away to an unknown place for an unnamed reason… However, she’s instantly informed that “Mr. Berenson” is fully aware, goes from furious to ice pale in seconds, and walks on in silence. Carrie feels dejected and confused at the possibility that even Saul has forsaken her as ‘compromised’ on the field. Her mind racing to process recent events.

“Catch and Release” Episode Description:

Saul plans an announcement. Carrie gets a surprise.

Tonight’s latest Homeland episode “Chalk One Up” is written by Chip Johannessen [24] & Patrick Harbinson [24], Nick Leith Baker, Jonathan Redding and based on Gideon Raff’s Israeli series, Prisoners of War.

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Pictured: (L-R): Mandy Patinkin as Saul Berenson and Nimrat Kaur as Tasneem in HOMELAND, “Chalk One Up”. Photo Credit: Sifeddine Elamine/SHOWTIME

Here’s how to watch Showtime’s Homeland Season 8 Episode 4 online via live stream or on TV:

Date: Sunday, March 1
Start Time: 9 p.m. ET/PT
Episode: “Chalk One Up”
TV Channel: Showtime
Live Stream: Watch on Showtime Anytime. Optionally, you can also sign up to Showtime on Amazon to watch the episode post-airing the day next day.

The Natural Aristocrat recently interviewed Dar Adal himself, F. Murray Abraham, on his new series Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet! Check out The Natural Aristocrat’s coverage of Showtime’s Ray Donovan and the TV Live Streams category section for more info on how to watch your favorite shows online.

Be sure to watch the newly launched The Natural Aristocrat TV with host Nir Regev, your home for The Natural Aristocrat’s collection of interviews and exclusive shows!

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Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier, Ross Marquand as AaronLauren Ridloff as Connie, Angel Theory as Kelly, Nadia Hilker as Magna - The Walking Dead _ Season 10 - Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC
Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC

Here’s how you can watch AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 10B Premiere live stream online or the old-fashioned way right on your television.

The Walking Dead’s Season 10B Premiere episode “Squeeze” airs tonight on AMC at 9:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. PT. You can catch TWD’s latest episode online at AMC’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial from FuboTV. Viewers were left at a cliffhanger to end the first half of the season with Daryl, Carol, and gang falling right into Alpha’s trap. Finding Alpha’s horde but also getting stranded in a dreary cave in the process.

You can watch “Squeeze” ad-less right now at AMC’s Premiere service, if you can’t stand the wait! Premiere does require a TV provider to login with (not open to Comcast/Xfinity customers at the moment). It has a subscription fee of $4.99 a month or a regular price of $59.99 annually. * It’s currently $29.49 annually on what looks to be a limited time deal to promote The Walking Dead but might extend for a while.

TWD Ratings Outlook:

According to Show Buzz Daily, the prior episode “The World Before” scored a 3.21 in the ratings department. It will be interesting to see if the series bounces back, a ‘season’s’ worth of episodes removed from Rick Grimes’ departure as the central character of the series. Grimes’ final episode “What Comes After” (Season 9 Episode 5) scored a 5.41 rating according to TV By the Numbers. ‘Caryl’ and ‘Donnie’ being at the forefront of what’s currently trending as The Walking Dead’s hottest social topic. ‘Shipping wars!

Opening minutes of TWD released by AMC: What we know

In the opening minutes of tonight’s TWD episode released by AMC on YouTube, Carol lets out a hearty scream after their predicament fully processes. Not only was she unable to capture Alpha, impulsively chasing after her may have doomed the whole group as they find themselves walled in from all sides by Alpha’s endless horde of walkers. Will Daryl, Carol, and company be able to find a way out without any assistance from the outside world? Or are they doomed to wait until others discover their them?

“Squeeze” Episode Description:

The collected communities are reluctantly respecting the new borderlines being imposed on them.

Tonight’s Walking Dead Season 10 episode is directed by Michael Satrazemis and written by David Leslie Johnson. Satrazemis has been with the series since Season 4 and has also directed episodes of Fear the Walking Dead. Johnson has similarly been with TWD since season 2 and likewise wrote episodes of FTWD.

The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 9: Live Stream Details

Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel Stokes, Kenric Green as Scott – The Walking Dead _ Season 10 – Photo Credit: Jackson Lee Davis/AMC

Date: Sunday, February 23
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET / 8:00 p.m. Central / 6:00 p.m. PT
Episode: “Squeeze”
TV Channel: AMC
Live Stream: Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on AMC’s official live stream

Disclosure: TheNaturalAristocrat.com is a participant in Fubo.TV’s affiliate program and may earn a commission if an individual clicks on a Fubo TV link in this article and purchases a subscription.

Be sure to read Is Carol’s life better off post-apocalypse on The Walking Dead?, Carol Peletier: A Mother’s Grief is Forever, and TWD: Lydia’s mistreatment proves Second Chances are Fashion Statements for background on what lead to the events of tonight’s episode.

More TWD Season 10 coverage is available at The Natural Aristocrat’s The Walking Dead category section!

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