[S1E2] Episode Two: The Series Has Landed
Following the social media, the runtime of the next three episodes of the series has been officially revealed. These runtimes surprisingly do not include any credit scenes, therefore it is going to be longer by the time they go internationally on Disney+. These are the episode lengths:
[S1E2] Episode Two: The Series Has Landed
Episode 2 has landed! Our mix series showcase the hottest house music around, from fresh off the press unheard exclusives to those forgotten oldskool favourites. Episode 2 features some of our recent remixes including the huge 'Right Song' remix for Tiesto & Oliver Heldens. These mixes allow us to showcase and explore music that we don't always get to play in our live sets. Enjoy!1. Intro 2. Petre Andre - Oush3. Lokate Ft. Doctor & Bay C - Flow4. Jack & Danny - House & Gash 5. Aurelio Guima Ft. Mari Perrelli - All Alone6. Tom Zanetti - Darlin' (Amine Edge & Dance Remix)7. Disco Fries - Born Ready (Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane Remix)8. Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane - Who's Right 9. Gorgon City - Imagination (Weiss Remix)10. Cell Broco - Don't Change 11. Nana Rogues x Shapeshifters - Girls Like12. Martin Ikin Cara 13. Tom Garnett - JT 14. VANDL - I Need U 15. Sigala Ft. Imani & DJ Fresh - Say You Do (Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane Remix)16. Cassie - Me & You (WHTKD Remix)17. Got Some - Just A Feeling (Sonny Fodera Remix)18. SARMA 19. Solardo - Dance The Disco20. Ciszak - More Sugar Please 21. Jerome Price - Me Minus You (Warehouse Mix)22. Wood Holly & Sage Armstrong - Ass Out 23. Luv Bug - Reaching For The Sun (Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane Remix)24. Redlight - Gold Teeth (DevelopMENT Remix)25. Tiesto & Oliver Heldens - The Right Song (Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane Remix)26. Zhu - In The Morning Bookings; firstname.lastname@example.orgManagement; email@example.com
The Disney+ "Star Wars" series "Andor" proves that the franchise can be much more than Jedi-themed space opera and stoic Mandalorian bounty hunter action. The rise of the Rebel Alliance in general and intelligence officer Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) in particular shows fans just what everyday life under the Empire's heel is for the average citizen. While there's obviously rebellion in the air, the general population's feelings seem to have landed somewhere between resignation and mild annoyance.
In 2019, Ron Cook joined Netflix's live-action "The Witcher" series as one of the mightiest characters in the franchise. The curiously named Borch Three Jackdaws rolls with two Zerrikanians called Téa (Adesuwa Oni) and Véa (Colette Dalal Tchantcho), and forms an alliance with Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) in order to deal with a dragon problem in the episode "Rare Species." As is par for the course in the show, however, things are more than they seem. As Geralt and Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) find out, Borch is actually a shape-shifting golden dragon who's simply out to protect his species, and after the mission, he dispenses some words of advice and parts ways with the main characters on friendly terms.
HBO's nerve-wracking "Chernobyl" miniseries does a great job at describing the unimaginable horrors of the real-life nuclear disaster, as well as the impossible-seeming task of the radiation containment and cleanup. Nearly every aspect of the series' production won awards (via IMDb), but the stellar way the show brings the era and its nuclear terrors to the screen is just part of the show's nail-biting charm. The five episodes of "Chernobyl" are filled to the brim with stellar talent, from star Jared Harris to Ron Cook's "Andor" co-star Stellan Skarsgård.
The first two episodes from season two of critically acclaimed dark comedy starring Kaley Cuoco landed on the streaming platform on Thursday (April 21). The full season will include eight episodes, with two new episodes next Thursday (April 28), followed by a new episode weekly leading up to the season finale on May 26.
"The Kingsroad" is the second episode of the first season of Game of Thrones. It is the second episode of the series overall. It premiered on April 24, 2011 on HBO. It was written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and directed by Tim Van Patten.
Part two in this ten-part miniseries based on the experiences of Easy Company, the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, United States Army 101st Airborne Division, during World War II, and featuring commentary from Easy Company veterans preceding each episode. This episode begins as the Easy Company enters French airspace with some planes exploding and crashing. Then, Winters offers some final instructions before the men leap through the clouds and German gunfire toward the beaches of Normandy. Easy Company's landing is a mess, with Winters finding himself without his rifle. He quickly meets up with Pvt. John Hall from Able Company. Winters realizes that one or both of them must have landed in the wrong drop zone, though he insists they are not completely lost. Then, the two men come upon three other soldiers, one of whom reveals their location. Winters acts fast, determining that they are about seven kilometers from where they need to be. Thus, the five men head off toward their objective. Further en route, Winters and his small group run into more soldiers, then see a German horse-drawn supply convoy and gun the Germans down. Winters tells Guarnere that, next time, he's to wait for his command before opening fire. By daybreak, Winters and his crew have trekked through the muck and reached an abandoned house. There, the men take some supplies and ammo from fallen soldiers. Then, the navy landings are heard afar, and Winters and his men march on toward Normandy. On the way, they come upon some captured German soldiers, one of whom is an American who enlisted with his native land's army. Malarkey is shocked to hear that the German soldier grew up close to where he did in Oregon. As Malarkey moves on and glances back, he sees all of the prisoners executed. Then, some of the Easy Company troopers greet Winters and Hall. Compton tells Winters that no one has yet seen Meehan, as well as ninety percent of Easy Company. Thus, Winters is currently in command. Then, Winters make plans for an attack on a German battery at nearby Brecourt Manor as the Germans there are firing onto Utah beach. Rather than rejoining Able Company, Hall accompanies Winters. During the fight, the small group comes under heavy fire but Winters succeeds in confusing two groups of Germans, inciting them to fire on each other. Only Easy Company trooper Robert "Popeye" Wynn is badly injured, having been hit on his backside. Killing about a third of their German adversaries, Easy Company is eventually able to grab control of the four gunning pieces. At the same time, Malarkey continues his goal of securing a German luger to bring back to America and present to his kid brother. His impetuous stupidity angers his fellow soldiers but doesn't affect their battle. After the fight, Winters meets up with old buddy Nixon, who has arrived via tank. By nightfall, the beach has been secured and men are moving inland, though success of the invasion was still not certain. That evening, Winters observes Buck and some others getting drunk and celebrating their small victory. With still no word from Meehan, Winters must remain the commanding officer and decides to have a rare swig. However, Winters's happiness is tempered by Hall's death during the day's battle. Nixon informs Winters that a map he found on the Germans may help the American effort. That evening, Winters thanks God for getting him through D-Day, while praying he can make it through the upcoming battles. The episode ends by revealing that medals were awarded to many of the soldiers for their efforts at Brecourt Manor.This selection from the Alan Gerry Cable Collection has been made available by the Gerry Foundation, Inc. 041b061a72