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Arsenal and Liverpool tracking Sporting Lisbon wonderkid Nuno Mendes

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Mendes is a rising star at Sporting Lisbon (Picture: Getty)

Nuno Mendes’ step up to the Sporting Lisbon first-team has caught the attention of Premier League giants, according to reports in Portugal.

The 18-year-old is rapidly making a name for himself at Sporting Lisbon and has managed to force himself into head coach Ruben Amorim’s plans in recent months.

Mendes made his senior debut in June and is also attracting transfer interest from several Serie A side, including Juventus and AC Milan.

A Bola claim Arsenal and Liverpool are among Mendes’ suitors, but the left-back will not come cheap.

Sporting Lisbon would be open to cashing in on Mendes, but only if a side can trigger his £41million buy-out clause.

Mendes has made nine appearances in Liga Nos since breaking into the side and has played mostly on the left side of midfield.

Neither Arsenal or Liverpool would be expected to move for Mendes this summer with limited transfer funds at both clubs.

Both sides are aiming to improve their first-team in the current window, with Mikel Arteta securing the signings of centre-back Gabriel and attacker Willian.

Liverpool are on the verge of their first major signing after agreeing a fee with Bayern Munich for Thiago.

The transfer window remains open until 5 October.

MORE: Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick sends class message to Liverpool over Thiago transfer

MORE: Bayern Munich confirm Thiago Alcantara will join Liverpool

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The 100 Series Finale Sneak Peek: It’s a Race Against Time to Save [Spoiler]

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Much of The 100‘s series finale remains a mystery, but one thing’s for sure: Jackson, Murphy and Raven will do everything they can to keep Emori from joining our list of the show’s most heartbreaking deaths.

TVLine has an exclusive clip from Wednesday’s final hour (The CW, 8/7c), which drops viewers into the latest episode of Sanctum’s Anatomy. As you’ll recall, Murphy’s beloved was impaled by an uncomfortably large metal bar when that bomb went off in the bunker, and she remains very much on death’s door.

Fortunately, the characters on this show tend to work more effectively when they’re under a time crunch — and this apparently also applies to emergency abdominal surgeries. (Raven tells Jackson that she’s familiar with defibrillators because “I’ve used one on myself” is such a flex.)

Of course, Emori isn’t the only character whose life is currently hanging in the balance. The show’s penultimate episode ended with Clarke discovering that Madi has lost most of her brain function; Octavia even offered to euthanize her, only to be interrupted by another troubling discovery — Cadogan has the code.

Hit PLAY on the video above for an exclusive peek at the series finale of The 100, then drop a comment with your hopes below. After seven seasons, how should it all end?


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Real Time with Bill Maher: Seasons 19 & 20; HBO Series Renewed Through 2022

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There’s no need to worry about the Bob’s Burgers TV show being cancelled anytime soon. The FOX series has already been renewed for a 12th and a 13th season. How will this series perform in the ratings this year? Will the audience grow or shrink? Stay tuned.

An animated family comedy series, Bob’s Burgers stars the voices of actors H. Jon Benjamin, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, John Roberts, Kristen Schaal, and Larry Murphy. Bob Belcher (Benjamin) is a family man and a third-generation restaurateur who lives on Ocean Avenue in a small seaside town. He operates Bob’s Burgers, a hamburger restaurant, with his fun-loving and happy-go-lucky wife, Linda (Roberts), and their three kids. Tina (Mintz) is their socially awkward and insecure eldest daughter. Middle child Gene (Mirman) is the family’s whimsical, good-natured, and a bit goofy, son. Mischievous and a bit of a schemer, Louise (Schaal) is the youngest child and daughter. While Bob has big ideas about burgers, his diner’s location is lacking and the rest of the clan falls a little short when it comes to service.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.

9/28 update: You can see the latest night’s ratings in context.

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For comparisons: Season 10 of Bob’s Burgers on FOX averaged a 0.73 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 1.84 million viewers in the live + same day ratings.

Note: These are the final national numbers (unless noted with an “*”). These are different from the fast affiliate numbers which are just estimates of the actual ratings. The final nationals are typically released within 24 hours of the programming or, in the case of weekends and holidays, a couple days later.

 

What do you think? Do you like the Bob’s Burgers TV series on FOX? Are you glad that it’s been renewed for a 12th season or, do you think it should be cancelled instead?

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When Will ‘The Comey Rule’ Part 2 Be on Showtime?

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Just in time for the first presidential debate, it’s… The Comey Rule! Tonight, Showtime will conclude its timely miniseries with a two-hour movie that brings the feud between FBI director James Comey (Jeff Daniels) and President Donald Trump (Brendan Gleeson) to a head. While Night 1 focused primarily on the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the lead up to the 2016 election, The Comey Rule Night 2 will explore the aftermath of Trump’s win and his attempt to use the Comey, the FBI, and the Department of Justice for his own political aims.

Sure, you may know the story behind Comey vs. Trump, but you’ve never seen it like this. What time does The Comey Rule start tonight? When will The Comey Rule be on Showtime streaming apps? Here’s everything you need to know!

WHEN DOES THE COMEY RULE PREMIERE?

The Comey Rule premiered last night, Sunday, September 27, on Showtime. The second and final episode of the miniseries will air tonight, Monday, September 28.

WHAT TIME DOES THE COMEY RULE START?

Tonight’s cinematic event will begin tonight at 9/8c on Showtime. The two-hour event will run until 11/10c.

Additionally, if you missed The Comey Rule Night 1, you can catch it again tonight at 7:25 p.m. ET on Showtime!

WHEN WILL THE COMEY RULE BE ON SHOWTIME?

The Comey Rule Night 2 will air on a variety of different Showtime platforms — including the cable network, online, and via the Showtime app — at 9/8c. Showtime does sometimes add shows and movies to its streaming platforms a few hours early, but don’t expect that to be the case with the Brendan Gleeson-Jeff Daniels movie.

HOW TO WATCH THE COMEY RULE PART 2

There are a variety of different ways to watch The Comey Rule Episode 2 tonight. If you don’t want to watch live on Showtime’s cable channel, you can easily watch The Comey Rule live on Showtime.com, or via the Showtime Anytime app, which is available for download on a variety of different devices.

Don’t feel like dealing with another app? You can also subscribe to Showtime as an add-on via Hulu + Live TV, Prime Video, fuboTV, YouTube TV or Sling.

HOW TO WATCH THE COMEY RULE ONLINE FREE

New Showtime customers are in luck: Showtime is currently offering a 30-day free trial for those looking to test out the service before committing to the $10.99/month fee. Happy streaming!

WILL THE COMEY RULE BE ON NETFLIX?

As of now, The Comey Rule is only available to stream on Showtime. However, certain Showtime shows have made their way to Netflix in the past (Shameless being the prime example), so it’s possible that the political drama could debut there in the months to come.

WHO PLAYS TRUMP IN THE COMEY RULE?

That would be the one and only Brendan Gleeson. President Trump has yet to sound off on the Irish actor’s impression, but we’ll be counting down the hours until he fires off a tweet on the matter.

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