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Empire season 3, episode 1 live stream: Watch online

On September 21, 2016, Fox’s Empire will make its Season 3 debut on what should be another star-studded event. Empire has been known for its music, shady family encounters, and celebrity guest spots. But what will the new season give us? Will it be better than the first two and will it return to a more common ground?

Season 1 was centered around family and music, while season 2 took a strange turn I’m hoping that the third season will bring it all together for a show that has potential. We left off with a cliffhanger with their Rhonda of Anika seemingly going over a balcony edge during a fight, Jamal making a stance that we won’t sing again and Hakeem being left at the altar.

Empire is built on secrets, and there was no bigger one than Anika keeping from everyone that she was the reason Rhonda lost her baby. Anika was jealous that there would be another baby in the picture and wanted her’s with Hakeem to be the only heir. By positioning herself back into the family good graces she put Lucious in a tight spot. Lucious and Cookie were working towards a reconcile, but when news broke that Anika may have to testify against Lucious, he came up with a plan that could stop that.

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As we get ready to enter the third season we should be prepared for anything when it comes to the Lyon’s. Will the F.E.D.S finally take Lucious? Will Cookie find love? What will happen to Hakeem after he got stiffed? But most importantly, who went over the ledge and how will Cookie respond to that shame of a marriage?

And here is where you can watch Empire live.

Date: Wednesday, September 21

Start Time: 9 p.m. (ET)

Episode: Light in Darkness

TV Channel: Fox

Live Stream: Stream 1

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