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What Time Will ‘The Devil All the Time’ Be on Netflix?



Netflix’s The Devil All The Time may have a lot of actors who play superheroes in the cast—like Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, and Sebastian Stan—but the upcoming psychological thriller is a far cry from the uplifting, good-triumphs-over-evil fare you’d get from a Marvel or DC film. Instead, this film from director Antonio Campos is a bleak and dismal tale of violence, abuse, and warped interpretations of religion. Based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock, it’s a story about a young man named Arvin (Holland) who grows up in the heart of the Bible belt, in a life plagued by violence. He does what he can to protect his adopted sister (Eliza Scanlen), but even he can’t save her from the corrupt priest in town (Pattinson).

The Devil All The Time is not for the faint of heart. That said, the allure of Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson is undoubtedly strong—so here’s everything you need to know about The Devil All The Time release date and release time.


The Devil All The Time will begin streaming on Netflix on Wednesday, September 16. That’s tomorrow!


New titles are typically added to Netflix at 12 a.m. PT, or 3 a.m. ET on the day of release. Therefore, The Devil All The Time will begin streaming on Netflix in the early hours of the morning on Wednesday, September 16. If the clock strikes midnight on the west coast tonight, and you don’t see The Devil All The Time on your feed, trying refreshing the page, or logging out and logging back in again.


There is, and you can watch it right here. Simply scroll up and hit play on the video at the top of this page. Enjoy Pattinson’s impression of a Southern widow.

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Pro-Trump canvassers accused of voter intimidation after woman exposes voicemails on TikTok




A woman on Tiktok posted now-viral videos, including alleged voicemails from Republican canvassers, and the messages sound a lot like voter intimidation.

@meganannnn is a 19-year-old “thespian lesbian,” according to her page bio. She has over 15,000 followers.

In the trio of videos, she’s green-screened herself dancing onto her iPhone’s voice mail home, showing messages saved from August. She’s hilariously put closed captioning so that people fully understand the pro-Trump calling couple.

In the first video, the caller says, “Now ma’am, me and my husband, we were just trying to make voting great again. We do apologize if we rattled your socks up a little in any type of way.”

They explain that “everyone except you has been voting for Donald J. Trump,” and ask, “now honey, why do you think this beautiful young lady would vote for Joe Biden.”

Then, in the second video, the wife openly accuses her of treason: “You sound like a domestic terrorist to me, miss.” Then, they wanted her to call back to explain to them why she would vote for Biden.

Things take a triple-whammy turn for the cultish, racist, and nonsensical during the third video. Harold, the husband caller, claims: “If you’re feeling threatened by the Chinese virus and the protestors and rioters, you can actually let us go up there. We will check that mark for Biden for you.”

The wife responds: “Oh, you are so good, honey. That is so good of you. That is so Christian of you.”

She followed up with a brief explainer video, saying that on the first call, “Harold” had already slandered her as a “domestic terrorist” when she said she would be voting for Biden. They would call back multiple times, which is what she used for her TikTok. She also asked for advice from any attorneys who might see the videos.

The video also went viral on Twitter, where people wondered how the couple could deviate from what’s usually tight scripting as phone bankers.

“What in the hell kind of campaign call is that? I thought most campaigns have a strict script for callers to follow—and if the person they reached said they were voting for another candidate, the caller should just say ‘thank you for your time’ and just hang up,” a Twitter user replied.

Some are saying the TikTok videos are put-ons to capitalize voter suppression issues in various states.

“This seems fake. No southern accent sounds like that, and the call came from an “unknown number,” so conveniently there is no way to verify if it’s real. GOP voter suppression is real, but this girl is doing this for TikTok views,” another Twitter user responded.

Voter intimidation and suppression appear inevitable, given the mounting evidence.

Politico‘s reporting found that the Trump administration was considering employing executive actions to inject itself into the election process as an avenue to circumvent states, including discovering means to make it harder for people to vote by mail.

However, the videos were both a gas for viewers, particularly about “Harold” being upset and using “sassy pants” as a term in 2020.

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*First Published: Sep 21, 2020, 9:22 am

Kahron Spearman

Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.

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The ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 17 Premiere Date & Promo Will Get You Pumped




Grey’s Anatomy fans are used to seeing their favorite doctors face huge disasters, so they should be prepared for what’s coming in the new season. The Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 premiere date and promo have been revealed, and it looks like Seattle’s best medical team is not shying away from any danger any time soon. In fact, as details in the promo reveal, Grey’s Anatomy is tackling current events head on.

Grey’s Anatomy is set to return with a two-hour Station 19 crossover episode on Thursday, Nov. 12. The new promo, which premiered during the Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 20, doesn’t show any new footage from either show. But, it does include voiceover narration from both Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz). While scenes of rescue missions from both Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 play, Ortiz’s voice reminds viewers, “It’s a war zone and we’re the ones on the frontline.” The promo also alludes to the present coronavirus pandemic, as Pompeo’s voice says, “What we’re up against now is unlike anything that came before.”

The promo promises fans the same heavy dose of emotions that Grey’s Anatomy fans know and love. At the end, there’s also one final tease from Pompeo, who repeats Season 17’s tagline: “Sometimes, we all need saving.”

You can check out the heart-pumping promo below:

Season 16 of Grey’s Anatomy was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic earlier in 2020. When audiences last saw Meredith, she had just solved Richard Weber’s (James Pickens Jr.) medical mystery, with the help of her ex Andrew De Luca (Giacomo Gianniotti). Gianniotti recently revealed that the upcoming season will not pick up right where the last one left off; instead, Season 17 will jump ahead so that it starts about a month and a half into the full onset of the pandemic. That means that the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial will be fully entrenched in all grueling work that comes with saving lives from Covid-19. Audiences will jump right into the action with them.

Season 17 of Grey’s Anatomy premieres on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Zendaya fans mistake the meaning of ‘upset’ after historic Emmys 2020 win




The 2020 Emmys offered a teachable moment for Zendaya fans, who were apparently confused by the meaning of “upset.”

The 24-year-old’s surprise victory for her portrayal of Rue Bennett in HBO’s “Euphoria” over acting vets Jennifer Aniston, Laura Linney, Olivia Colman, Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh left groupies shocked — over the New York Post’s tweet announcing Zendaya’s Lead Actress in a Drama Series win.

“Biggest upset: Zendaya wins Emmys 2020 over Jennifer Aniston, Laura Linney,” read The Post’s tweet, accompanied by a screengrab of a tickled Zendaya, the youngest woman to win the trophy in Emmy’s history, clutching her award.

Fans were quick to come to Zendaya’s defense.

“No ones upset,” wrote one fan, garnering more than 1,000 “likes” on the platform. “Hate to see a powerful woman winning an award she deserves, I see,” commented another less-than-impressed fan.

Some were quick to point out that in the context of a competition, like a sports game or award’s show, “upset” is used to mean a surprise victory, especially for an underdog like Zendaya who was up against industry heavyweights.

“There is no hope for humanity if this many people don’t know what ‘an upset’ means,” said one Tweeter while another lamented, “well damn they should’ve used another word in the dictionary.”

Hundreds of amateur linguists went at it with Zendaya stans over the word’s multiple meanings, and whether The Post was underestimating the former Disney princess’ performance in the HBO drama. Other internet warriors staked claim in the replies of the original tweet to fight for their “Ozark” queen, Linney — among them:

“Zendaya did a great job but Laura Linney deserved that award. She was outstanding.”

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