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When Emily found out, she offered to go away with him, and he lead her to believe that they would.

At some point, he learned of Takeda's true motives for training him and Emily, but told her nothing.

Soon enough, he and Emily began a romantic relationship.

“Flowers”A great dark comedy is a welcome addition to the Seeso slate, and writer-director Will Sharpe’s “Flowers” delivers.

Set in the countryside of Surrey, England, the series stars Emmy nominee Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt as a married couple whose zest for life has calcified.

Internet-based platforms—outside of the Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon juggernauts—are coming out with great series.

Here are the Backstage staff picks of what you should be watching on Seeso, Vimeo, You Tube Red, and ABC’s digital arm, ABCd. “Take My Wife”If you’re a fan of standup comedian Cameron Esposito and her cheeky “Ask a Lesbian” web series, then “Take My Wife” is for you.

In the middle of his training, in 2008, he was released by Takeda when he found a lead to his sister.