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Prep & Landing: Totally Tinsel Collection - Blu-ray Review

14 November 2012 4:42 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

An army of elves has to prepare people.s houses so that Santa can keep on his worldwide schedule on Christmas Eve. Wayne is one such elf and hoping to get a promotion but finds that maybe he.s found his niche at the North Pole. .Prep & Landing. On Christmas Eve, a high-tech team of elves from an elite unit known as Prep & Landing ensures homes around the world are prepared for Santa.s visit. Wayne (Dave Foley) is hoping to get a promotion but is told by command center coordinator Magee (Sarah Clarke) that his partner is getting the promotion and he has to train his over-excitable new partner Larry (Derek Richardson). He goes to prep Timmy.s »

- Jeff Swindoll

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Piper Perabo and Covert Affairs Season 3 Back Tonight – Watch a Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide Teaser

16 October 2012 6:36 AM, PDT | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

After about a month off, Piper Perabo and Covert Affairs return to USA to continue their third season tonight! Sounds like they are coming back right with an episode called “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide”, and we have a clip for you via TVGuide teasing the return. Looks like Annie still has some business to take care of in Russia, even after handling the Lena (Sarah Clarke) situation the last time we saw Covert Affairs.

Covert Affairs is back for it’s back 6 episodes of season 3, but in case you missed it, Covert Affairs was re-upped for a fourth season last month. Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide (3.11) comes with the brirf description of,  Auggie, Joan and Arthur work with an old friend to bring Annie home from a Russian prison.


- Jay Tomio

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Covert Affairs Review: Moscow Mambo

19 September 2012 4:51 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

In the final episode before Covert Affairs takes a short hiatus, "Let's Dance" felt like it never took time to catch its breath.

With Annie now out of the hospital, she was going a million miles a minute during the entire hour, attempting to seek revenge for what Lena did to her and Simon.  Eventually she got that revenge.

We've seen Annie shoot before. We've seen her kill. That didn't make this one any easier to watch.  She still has such an innocence surrounding her that when she was standing toe-to-toe with Lena, I was still expecting someone else to come in and save her from the traitorous agent.

Alas, our little Annie needed no such help.  When Lena finally made a move for her gun Ms. Walker took her down with no hesitation, firing a pair of shots straight into her chest.  Although there was no other move, like I said, »

- (Dan Forcella)

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'Covert Affairs' Summer Finale: Annie and Lena Play Russian Roulette, Only One Survives

18 September 2012 2:12 PM, PDT | | See recent BuddyTV news »

In tonight's summer finale, a time-jump puts Annie (Piper Perabo) back in the action and on the hunt for Lena (Sarah Clarke).

Annie the Avenger

I really enjoyed seeing Annie go full-on Emily Thorne in tonight's episode and seek revenge against Lena for her betrayal. (And as a bonus, it allows Piper Perabo to give a truly phenomenal performance.) Annie has always been a very emotional character but she was usually able to separate her feelings from her mission. That changed when Simon entered the picture. We have already seen Annie make several questionable choices thanks to her relationship with Simon so it makes sense that his death would be the thing that pushes her over the edge.

Most of these agents have gone rogue at some point during the series, but Annie takes things further than ever before in tonight's episode. Not only is she risking her own life »


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Covert Affairs Review: Unlucky in Lavender

12 September 2012 5:05 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

How do you come back after a thrilling episode such as "Glass Spider?" Covert Affairs knew exactly what to do.  

In "Suffragette City," the USA Network hit put the ball in Chris Gorham's court and simply let him do his thing. The results were fantastic.

We've seen Auggie get emotional before, but this might have been a whole new level. From the first moment he heard that his country thought that she was a traitor, he was as upset as we've ever seen. Auggie probably wouldn't have been more bothered if it were him in trouble with the department.

And that's why we love Auggie - and the Auggie and Annie relationship. He wanted to do anything he could to help her, and that included listening to and then breaking into Lena's polygraph session. When she claimed she thought Annie might have had something to do with Jai's death, »

- (Dan Forcella)

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'Covert Affairs' Recap: Auggie Risks it All to Clear Annie's Name

11 September 2012 1:49 PM, PDT | | See recent BuddyTV news »

In tonight's episode, with Annie (Piper Perabo) fighting for her life, Auggie (Christopher Gorham) tries to prove her innocence.

Lena the mastermind

The writers did an excellent job of laying in little bread crumbs throughout the season that are pointed out in this episode to show just how long Lena (Sarah Clarke) has been setting Annie up to take the fall. And while it appears that Lena covered all of her bases, it's a bit strange that she would just assume her evidence would be enough to convince Annie's friends that she betrayed them. (Of course, that could be due to Lena's cynicism or her ego in believing she would get away with everything.) But as fans predicted, Auggie fights to clear Annie's name and his enhanced sense of smell eventually leads him to discovering that Lena is the true traitor.

Yet for all the extremes Auggie goes to in order to prove Annie's innocence, »


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Could Grimm Learn from Buffy? Was Gh Cruel? Which Bad Agenda Shocked You? And More Qs!

7 September 2012 10:44 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Doctor Who, Breaking Bad, Covert Affairs and General Hospital!

1 | Is too late to give America’s Next Top Model another makeover and bring back the Jays and Nigel? And while we’re at it, how about getting rid of the pointless viewer vote?

2 | Would any Doctor Who fans have been curious to hear Oswin flirt with Rory using her robotic Dalek voice?

3 | What surprised you more about Breaking Bad‘s midseason finale: that »

- Team TVLine

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Covert Affairs Review: Mall, Rat

4 September 2012 9:57 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

At the end of "Glass Spider," Annie Walker went back and forth on one of the most difficult decisions of her life, and then she was shot in the chest by a woman who has been integral in her decision-making for the better part of this season.

Sarah Clarke... you got us again! Maybe everyone and their brother saw this coming - heck, I even mentioned it in my review of the season three premiere because of Clarke's past as dirty 24 agent Nina Myers - but Lena was so good to Annie that I didn't predict it to ever end like this.

A couple shots to the chest?  Sure, Lena came in and took out Simon. That I get, but taking out her own quasi-protégé while she's at it? I was stunned. And I was absolutely devastated. What did she have in that file that she gave to Arthur?!?What »

- (Dan Forcella)

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'Covert Affairs' Recap: The Traitor is Revealed

4 September 2012 2:13 PM, PDT | | See recent BuddyTV news »

In tonight's episode, we finally learn who the Big Bad is and Annie (Piper Perabo) is forced to choose between love and loyalty.

Annie is betrayed!

In the intense final moments of tonight's episode, Annie's new boss/mentor (Sarah Clarke's Lena) sneaks into Annie's home and shoots both Simon and Annie, revealing herself as the traitor all of those USA promos warned us about.

Given that Piper Perabo is the star of the show, I doubt we need to worry about Annie's survival, but Simon's fate is less certain. While we will certainly learn more about Lena's lying ways in next week's episode, one can assume she either ordered the hit on Jai or she is working for the people who did. Whatever her involvement in Jai's untimely demise, Lena has set Annie up to take the fall.

All season, we have seen Lena continually coax Annie into pursuing »


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10 Spoilers: A 'Vampire Diaries' frat party, 'Parks and Rec' meets the parents, and more

3 September 2012 11:41 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

We hope you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend! Now that it's time to get back to work,  Zap2it has 10 TV teasers to get your week started off right. Remember, it's a short week and your DVR is waiting for you.

This week, our Kickstart includes scoop on a spooky "Vampire Diaries" party, a tense "Suits" moment, and some serious "Sons of Anarchy" vengeance.

"The Vampire Diaries": Though we won't see the Mystic Falls gang celebrate Halloween this year, we'll definitely get into the spooky spirit of the holiday. Damon, Elena, and Bonnie will visit the nearby college where Bonnie's Grams used to teach -- and, yes, where Aunt Jenna was working on her degree. While on campus, they all get invited to a fraternity's annual "Murder House" party, where revelers dress up as their favorite murder victim or murderer. (The Ripper of Monterey, anyone?)

"Parks & Recreation": »


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Toronto Film Festival 2012: Walter Salles Working on New On The Road Cut

28 August 2012 1:46 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

On the Road movie reedited for Toronto screening Based on Jack Kerouac's '50s novel, Walter Salles' Otr adaptation starring Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, and Kristen Stewart (above photo) will be screened at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. We all knew that. What we didn't know is that Tiff 2012 will unveil a new cut of the film (via indieWIRE), which premiered last spring at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. The 2hr20m drama has been downsized to approximately 125 minutes. That's an interesting development, as Otr has already been screened in several countries, with varying degrees of box-office success. [Check out the On the Road trailer. Check out Kristen Stewart On the Road poster; Garrett Hedlund On the Road poster.] Otr movie reedit hardly unique On the other hand, different cuts shown in different countries is hardly something new. Whether as a result of poor critical/box-office reception, (perceived) local sensibilities, and/or censorship, the movie you watch in, say, Canada isn't necessarily the exact same movie watched by someone in Singapore, »

- Zac Gille

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'Covert Affairs' Recap: More Changes for Annie and Auggie

31 July 2012 1:43 PM, PDT | | See recent BuddyTV news »

In tonight's episode, Annie's (Piper Perabo) latest mission gets complicated when her asset, Simon, arrives in D.C.

An Uninvited Guest

Lena (Sarah Clarke) tells Annie they received Intel that Simon contacted a thief who just hit a very high-profile target. Whatever was stolen is classified, but every agency is trying to get a win in this case. In an attempt to get a leg-up on the competition, Annie gets in touch with her one-time ally, FBI agent Rossabi. Annie gives Rossabi the thief's name in an attempt at cooperation but Lena worries that it could trace back to Annie's investigation into Simon. Lena's instincts may be right, as Simon turns up in D.C., presumably to make an exchange with the thief. »


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'Air Force One': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Harrison Ford Classic

24 July 2012 2:40 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

"Get off my plane!" Just reading that sentence, you can hear Harrison Ford barking the famous catchphrase at Gary Oldman during a climactic sequence in "Air Force One." It's a familiar line, since we've all seen the classic 1997 thriller about a president (Ford) thwarting the Russian terrorist (Oldman) who's hijacked the flying White House. Still, there's probably plenty you don't know about the movie (which opened 15 years ago, on July 25, 1997), including how accurate it is (and isn't), how the filmmakers got access to the real Air Force One, the battle over the film's instrumental score, and the financial windfall that made one cast member the richest star by far (it's not who you think). Read on for the plane (get it?) truth behind the movie. 1. "Air Force One" was actually director Wolfgang Petersen's second movie in four years about a president whose life is threatened; it followed the German-born »

- Gary Susman

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Did White Collar Woo You? Rookie Blue Wreck You? Was Gh Kiss Hot or Not? And More TV Qs!

13 July 2012 11:04 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, here are some queries we’re going to lob at you, from shows including The Closer, White Collar, Covert Affairs, Dallas, General Hospital and Pretty Little Liars.

1 | Are any One Life to Live/”Jolie” fans out there having mixed feelings about General Hospital‘s John/Sam pairing? Because damn, that kiss last Friday on the docks was smolderin‘.

2 | Does Grey’s Anatomy‘s Sarah Drew know that her doppelganger — aka Kim’s new assistant — was on Drop Dead Diva this past Sunday?

3 | Why »

- Team TVLine

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'Covert Affairs' Season 3 premiere: Here comes the boom

10 July 2012 9:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

On the one hand, the changes in the Season 3 premiere of "Covert Affairs" are mostly to the good (with one extremely large exception for one character): A big event shakes up both the characters and the format of the show and makes Annie Walker's journey that much more interesting.

On the other hand, though, the show also depressingly fails to follow through (at least for the moment) on one of the major threads left hanging at the end of last season -- namely, the relationship between Annie and Auggie and the feelings she started to unpack right before Auggie left for Eritrea.

Dealing with that first: The show picks up on the Fourth of July. Auggie's back, but the only mention of Eritrea is a sidelong one -- he says he liked the food, and he asks Annie about his vintage Corvette. Parker isn't mentioned, and Annie has either »


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Covert Affairs Season Premiere Review: Marrakesh Impressed

10 July 2012 9:00 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Covert Affairs returned with a bang to start season three, but it was where things went after the shocking opening that made "Hang On to Yourself" a great beginning to this Covert summer.

Yes, Jai Wilcox was blown up by a car bomb in the early moments of the episode, and I was very surprised by it due to the fact that I hadn't heard anything about Sendhil Ramamurthy leaving the series.

Other than scaring the crap out of me - and freaking out Annie enough to make her afraid to start her own car even after checking thoroughly for bombs - Jai's death led to a number of new developments for the rest of the Covert crew. We can only hope that said developments keep the stories going in new and interesting places, and that the series doesn't simply bring everything back to the status quo within a few episodes. »

- (Dan Forcella)

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Covert Affairs' Sarah Clarke: Annie's New Boss Is the "Cool Stepmom"

9 July 2012 6:00 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Change is in the air on Covert Affairs.

Not only will someone die on Tuesday's Season 3 premiere (10/9c, USA), but Annie (Piper Perabo) will get a new boss in fabled CIA operative Lena Smith (Sarah Clarke). But don't think that necessarily means it's Joan (Kari Matchett) who's biting the dust.

"Is it Joan? ... There is a connection between....

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- Joyce Eng

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Covert Affairs Season 3 Preview: New Attitude, New Boss, New Love and a Devastating Loss

9 July 2012 5:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Covert Affairs‘ spy gal Agent Walker is growing up.

“We’ve always thought about Season 3 as Annie’s teenage years,” says executive producer Matt Corman, which means we’re about to see her give in to some adolescent impulses. After all, Corman notes, teenagers tend to “push boundaries… and also act a little bit frisky and maybe act out.”

As Annie tests some limits this go-around (premiering Tuesday at 10/9c on USA Network), she’ll be dealt quite a few new challenges. Below, Corman and fellow Ep Chris Ord preview a loss, a new boss and some heartache ahead for our favorite field op. »

- Vlada Gelman

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Christopher Gorham Previews Covert Affairs Season 3, Changes to Come

9 July 2012 3:07 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Be warned, TV fanatics, when you tune in to the Covert Affairs Season 3 premiere tomorrow night... changes will be afoot.

So teased Christopher Gorham when he popped in for a surprise sit down during a recent set visit to that other USA hit series we can’t get enough of, Suits. .

The two shows shoot on the same lot in Toronto - and TV Fanatic’s Jim Halterman was on hand with some questions to find out just how different things are going to be for Auggie, Annie and company...


“It’s the same show, but the storytelling is really different,” the always-gregarious Gorham said. “It’s much more serialized than it’s been before. We have one mission that everyone’s working on in their own way that lasts the whole first 10 episodes.”

And things get off to a big start immediately, said the actor, who admitted he »

- (Jim Halterman)

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Video: ‘Covert Affairs’ Season 3 Premiere Preview: Sarah Clarke As Annie’s New Boss

9 July 2012 2:04 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

When Covert Affairs debuts its third season tomorrow night, there will be a new character in town. Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) will have a new mentor, played by small screen veteran Sarah Clarke. Clarke will play Lena, a legendary CIA operative running her own division.

Lena, by the looks of this video (courtesy of TVGuide), is a straight-shooter who has no problem with saying what’s on her mind. She believes that Annie was being under-utilized under the wing of Joan (Kari Matchett) and that she can do more. Color me interested. Her blunt nature reminds me a bit of her character Nina Myers on 24, perhaps one of the most sinister TV villains of all time.

Clarke joins Affairs after a small arc on CW’s Nikita. Let me be the first to ask – is it possible for her to recruit her husband, Xander Berkeley over to Covert Affairs as well? »

- Sean B.

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