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Clarke's Leadership on The 100 Is In Real Danger Based on This Sneak Peek

22 February 2017 7:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Oh s--t.  Remember last week on The 100, when Clarke (Eliza Taylor) made that list of the 100 people who most deserved to be saved, if the repaired drop ship was their only option? We knew from the moment we saw her writing it that that list would eventually end up in the wrong hands, and that's exactly what happens in this exclusive clip from tonight's episode, when Jasper (Devon Bostick) and Monty (Chris Larkin) happen upon it.  Monty at first defends Clarke, since he's been in on the decisions that led her to make the list, but he was clearly expecting to see his name among the hundred. Unfortunately, he doesn't, but Clarke's name is certainly on there.  »

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Black Sails Season 4 Episode 3 Review: Xxxi

13 February 2017 2:40 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

It was yet another powerfully dark hour, with high drama, tension and suspense. The action was fast, furious and fun on Black Sails Season 4 Episode 3 with tons of these surprising, “Oh Snap!” moments:

Flint and company knifing Redcoats just when it looked like Silver was cornered; Rogers (with help) out-dueling Blackbeard; Rackham raising the white flag; Billy Bones saving Flint and Silver when all appeared lost; and finally, Israel Hand whacking Berringer.

But the biggest lesson, if you watch Black Sails online or on TV?

Don’t write checks with your mouth that your ass can’t cash.

Bet on Gov. Goodes Rogers learning that one soon. As in, probably-next-episode soon. Oh yeah, Rogers puffed his chest to Capt. Berringer, about how back in the day as a privateer, he killed 73 Spanish sailors and let one live to tell about it, after they killed his brother with a cheap shot in battle. »

- Gil Griffin

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Exclusive interview with Chris Larkin, Capt. Berringer in Black Sails

6 February 2017 3:18 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

One of the most exciting newcomers to appear on Starz series Black Sails is Chris Larkin, a British veteran of stage and screen who is bonafide thespian royalty — the son of Dame Maggie Smith and Sir Robert Stephens. He also happens to be lead actor Toby Stephens’ older brother. Larkin may be related to Stephens by blood, but in Season 4 of Starz’ swashbuckling ripped-from-the-history-books drama, he is squarely at odds with Stephens’ rogue yet erudite and educated pirate leader Captain Flint. Larkin portrays Captain Berringer, Woodes Rogers’ Royal Navy right hand who doesn’t take any nonsense from pirates more »

- April Neale

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Who is Chris Larkin, actor who plays Captain Berringer in Black Sails?

6 February 2017 8:58 AM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Pirate drama Black Sails features a new baddie in Season 4 — Captain Berringer, played by actor Chris Larkin, as English privateer Woodes Rogers’ new right-hand man. But who is Larkin, and where will you have seen him before? The actor was born Christopher Stephens in London, England in 1967 taking the name Larkin as a stage name. Chris is the eldest son of famous stage actor Sir Robert Stephens and U.K. national treasure (as well as Dowager of Downton Abbey) Dame Maggie Smith. Chris’s younger brother is actor Toby Stephens, known for playing Bond villain Gustav Graves in Die more »

- Kirsteen Duckers

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