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"...set in the small town of 'Banshee' in Pennsylvania Amish country, the series' main character is an enigmatic ex-con (Antony Starr), who assumes the identity of 'Lucas Hood', the town's murdered sheriff, to hide from powerful crime lord 'Rabbit' (Ben Cross).
"Imposing his own brand of justice, Banshee follows Hood as he attempts to reconcile with his former lover, Rabbit's daughter 'Anastasia' (Ivana Miličević), who has herself adopted an assumed identity, married, and raised a family during Hood's incarceration.
"Hood struggles to maintain his new identity while still embracing crime alongside his partners 'Job' (Hoon Lee) and 'Sugar' (Frankie Faison), while coming into conflict with local kingpin 'Kai Proctor' (Ulrich Thomsen)..."
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- Michael Stevens
What do you think? Other new figures on the way are Baxter Stockman in Fly form, Tiger Claw and Karai in snake form. The final 3 episodes of the second season of Tmnt will air later this month. Seth Green (Family Guy) will replace Jason Biggs (Orange Is The New Black as Leonardo in season 3, with returning voice stars Sean Astin (Raphael), Rob Paulsen (Donatello), Gregory Cipes (Michelangelo), Mae Whitman (April O’Neil), Hoon Lee (Master Splinter) and Kevin Michael Richardson (Shredder). »
True Blood: Fox, 9pm
Under the Dome: Channel 5, 10pm
As season two continues, Barbie risks his life to help Rebecca save the Chester's Mill food supply, while Junior is stunned to learn what has happened to Angie.
Meanwhile, Carrie drops a bombshell on Gordon, Alex vows to supply »
The 100: E4, 9pm
Bellamy continues to search for Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) in the forest, while flashbacks reveal the history of their difficult childhood.
True Blood: Fox, 9pm
The final season continues, as Sookie (Anna Paquin) makes a shocking discovery and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) form an unlikely alliance to find Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp).
Residents of the Hamptons refuse to reveal what happened on the night a local woman was killed and left on a beach, hindering Carrie (Poppy Montgomery) and Al's (Dylan Walsh) investigation. This leads Carrie to suspect the community of being riddled with secrets.
(Cbr) Nickelodeon’s "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" has scored another season and a new cast member. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the CG-animated series has been renewed for a 20-episode fourth season, even before the conclusion of its second. What’s more, Seth Green ("Family Guy," "Robot Chicken"). will replace Jason Biggs as Leonardo for the upcoming third season, set to premiere this fall. He joins a cast that includes Sean Astin, Mae Whitman, Rob Paulson, Greg Cipes, Hoon Lee, Kevin Michael Richardson, Corey Feldman and Josh Peck. Biggs’ departure wasn’t explained. The second season of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" concludes this summer, even as the Michael Bay -produced live-action feature makes its way into theaters on Aug. 8. »
- TJ Dietsch, Comic Book Resources
‘The Blacklist” has been full of pleasant surprises for NBC this year. One of the most unexpected aspects of the Sony Pictures TV drama — the freshman success story of the season by any measure — is how much the series has been able to do with guest stars in the villain-of-the-week slot.
The show’s conceit demands a strong presence in each episode for a guest actor. James Spader’s Raymond “Red” Reddington is a master criminal now helping the FBI catch crooks — although to what end is part of a larger storyline that drives the show.
“Blacklist” blends the mystery that envelopes its main characters with a specific puzzle for Red and his youthful FBI liaison, Liz, played by Megan Boone, to solve each week. Red’s long career as “the concierge of crime” has seen him tangle with all manner of high-level bad guys and gals, some with exotic aliases such as the Stewmaker, »
- Cynthia Littleton
Featuring the first six episodes from the second season of Nickelodeon’s CGI-animated hit series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 2 Volume 1 sees the gang face new perils including robot foot soldiers, an infestation of mutated squirrels and the ultimate threat: Mutagen Man! Episodes on this DVD include The Mutation Situation, Follow the Leader, Invasion of the Squirrelanoids, Mutagen Man Unleashed and Mickey Gets Shallacne.
It was a year ago that I reviewed the first volume of the new iteration of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a the time I had concerns about the new CGI design of the Turtles, mostly because it was the greatest departure from the original hand-drawn animation to have ever appeared on TV. I was used to a more »
- Phil Wheat
[This is a review of The Blacklist season 1, episode 16. There will be Spoilers.]
Despite mountains of evidence suggesting The Blacklist has little to offer outside of James Spader, the series boldly attempts to center an entire episode on Donald Ressler’s quest for revenge, after his on-again, off-again girlfriend Audrey (Emily Tremaine) is killed by the episode’s titular blacklist entry, ‘Mako Tanida.’
Aside from being played by Banshee‘s Hoon Lee, Tanida is a fairly standard one-and-done Blacklist villain. This time though, in addition to the character’s outlandish plot, the series opts to define Tanida through several broad racial stereotypes, one of which is Tanida’s preference to force his victims to perform seppuku, or ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
Last night, Banshee wrapped its second season with two major character deaths and an unclear sense of what's next for the show's transgender computer hacker, Job. We spoke to Hoon Lee, who plays the character, to get his best guess on Job's future and what it was like to finally have a big action sequence this season.Job finally got his bloody action sequence this season. How was your Jason Bourne moment? There isn’t anyone in Banshee who doesn’t get into serious scraps. I was assuming it was going to happen. It was really fun to shoot. It was hot in that old factory, and we shot it in the basement with gigantic lights. I got to stretch some muscles a bit there. The camera crew was amazing. One guy was literally doing everything I was doing, backwards. The opening scene of the penultimate episode, “Homecoming,” gave fans »
- Dan Buffa
"Banshee" is wrapping up its second season on Friday (March 14) with an action-packed finale, appropriately titled "Bullets and Tears." Star Hoon Lee teases for Zap2it a fun flashback he takes part in, where his character Job is dancing in a club.
"It was a little treacherous. I usually describe myself as an actor who moves badly. I wouldn't say it was 'fun' so much as 'petrifying,'' says Lee with a laugh. "We worked with James Allsop, who is a very well-regarded choreographer. He was just incredibly nurturing, lots of holding my hand as I quietly wept in the corner."
A good portion of the "Banshee" finale occurs in flashbacks, tied to the infamous diamond heist that has propelled the entire series from its inception. "In some ways the diamonds are a little bit of a MacGuffin, they're a little bit of a proxy for what was the relationship »
The Cinemax drama series Banshee is wrapping up its second season (and thankfully has already been picked up for a third), as Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-con and master thief who has assumed the identity of the town sheriff, continues to attempt to find a balance between his own criminal activities and solving crimes in a town with more bad elements than any one person can keep track of. It’s intense, violent and bad-ass, but it’s also one of the most fun roller-coaster rides on television. The show also stars Ivana Milicevic, Ulrich Thomsen, Frankie Faison, Hoon Lee, Rus Blackwell, Matt Servitto, Demetrius Grosse, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Lili Simmons, Antony Ruivivar and Odette Annable. During this exclusive interview with Collider, actress Ivana Milicevic talked about how tough this show was to shoot, how she feels Season 2 compared to Season 1, what it’s been like to hear feedback from fans, »
- Christina Radish
New Blacklist episode 16,season 1 not airing,delayed until next week. Hey, "Blacklist" peeps. If you were looking to see episode 16 of season 1, titled "Mako Tanida," last night, you were most likely very disappointed to find out it was not on. It turns out that the show is on a small break, but will return next week, Monday night, March 17th at 9pm central time, so go ahead and jot that down on your TV calendars. NBC did release a new promo/spoiler clip (below) for episode 16, last week, in case you haven't checked it out yet. It reveals that One of Red's former associates, a crime lord, will become the next target. In the meantime, Tom is going to decide to confront Jolene. Guest stars are going to include: Hoon Lee and Rachel Brosnahan. »
Banshee, Season 2: Episode 9 – “Homecoming”
Written by Jonathan Tropper
Directed by Greg Yaitanes
Airs Friday nights at 10 Cinemax
At the risk of digression, it’s worth pointing out how Banshee is in a similar situation right now to where The Walking Dead was a few months ago. The insanely popular zombie series had a third season building up to a confrontation that never really happened or resolved, and it wasn’t until the midseason finale of the current season that some conclusiveness was brought to that part of the story. Banshee didn’t, by any means, thoroughly disappoint viewers in the same way with the Rabbit confrontation last year. That battle did take place and our heroes technically beat the Ukrainian crime lord. It might have been the youth of the series that helped decide it was best to not let Rabbit die, though, so that he could wreak some more havoc on our protagonists. »
- Sean Colletti
If the second season of Banshee has proven any one thing in particular, it’s that showrunner Jonathan Tropper and his writing staff really do know what show it is they want to make. Announcing itself to the world with bouncing chests and bullet-riddled corpses, Banshee began as a peddler of sweet, nutritionless low-hanging fruit. With its gorgeous, frequently undressed cast, and a strong technical knowhow of action choreography, the show could coast on the unchallenging charms of being a pulpy guilty pleasure. This back half of Season 2, though, has seen Banshee work to prove its innocence, and it’s putting up one hell of a defense.
Doing so has frequently been a matter of knowing when to use restraint: the T&A has been less frequent, but also been more purposeful when it does appeared. The sex scene in “Homecoming” is a moment of passionate reconnection between previously distant characters, »
- Sam Woolf
New Blacklist episode 16,season 1 wild spoiler promo clip hit the net. Last night,NBC delivered the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Blacklist" episode 16 of season 1, and it looks super intense and very interesting as Tom's big secret gets exposed, he starts beating up everyone,and more ! The episode is titled, "Mako Tanida." In the new episode 16, One of Red's former associates, a crime lord, is going to become the next target. In the meantime, Tom will choose to confront Jolene. Guest stars will feature: Hoon Lee and Rachel Brosnahan. In related news, the show will be taking a tiny break next week. So, episode 16 is scheduled to air on Monday night, March 17th at 9pm central time on NBC. »
New Blacklist episode 16,season 1 short teaser spoilers & title hit the net. Recently, Spoiler TV revealed a couple, new,short spoiler teasers for the upcoming "The Blacklist" episode 16 of season 1. We've also got a title for it, which is labeled, "Mako Tanida." It turns out that one of Red's former associates will become the next target as he's a crime lord. Tom will end up, confronting Jolene. In their spoiler reveal, they stated: "One of Red's former associates, a crime lord, becomes the next target; Tom decides to confront Jolene." Also, the episode will include guest stars: Hoon Lee and Rachel Brosnahan. In related news, the show will be taking a short break next week, so episode 16 is set to air on Monday night, March 17th at 9pm central time on NBC. »
The Cinemax drama series Banshee is currently in its second season, as Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-con and master thief who has assumed the identity of the town sheriff, balances his own criminal activities with solving crimes in a town with more bad elements than any one person can keep track of. It’s intense, violent and bad-ass, but it’s also one of the most fun roller-coaster rides on television. The show also stars Ivana Milicevic, Ulrich Thomsen, Frankie Faison, Hoon Lee, Rus Blackwell, Matt Servitto, Demetrius Grosse, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Lili Simmons, Antony Ruivivar and Odette Annable. During this exclusive interview with Collider, actor Antony Starr talked about how tough this show is to shoot, how he feels Season 2 compares to Season 1, picking the right times to give backstory on his character to the viewers, where Lucas and Carrie are at now, what sort of relationship he »
- Christina Radish
Don't mess with the "Banshee" Sheriff's Department!
In this exclusive pic from this Friday's episode of the Cinemax drama, that's just the advice a group of white supremacists don't heed when they square up to Lucas Hood and his team.
Photo: Gregory Shummon/Cinemax
Another new exclusive pic from the episode shows Job (Hoon Lee), Lucas (Antony Starr) and Sugar (Frankie Faison) up to no good! (Well, we can't say for sure the trio is up to no good, but when they've gotten together - outside of the bar - in the past, it wasn't to volunteer at ...
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New Banshee season 2,episode 7 official spoilers,plotline revealed by Cinemax. Recently, Cinemax released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Banshee" episode 7 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Ways To Bury A Man," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting and intense as Lucas and his peeps will engage in some roughing up action, and more. In the new,7th episode press release: In an effort to bring down Proctor, an enraged Lucas is going to look for trees to shake. After rattling the regulars and strippers at the Savoy, Lucas and his deputies will rough up Sharp (Joseph Sikora), who is a junkyard skinhead, for info on Proctor’s ecstasy operation. A family crisis will bring Carrie, Deva ,and Gordon together. Alex (Anthony Ruivivar) is going to face a vote of no-confidence at the tribal council. Job (Hoon Lee) will show off his explosive side. The »
Bravo has renewed Top Chef for a 12th season. That’s probably not a surprise considering that Bravo just announced it’s developing another sequel for the hit competition show.
MTV has ordered 12 episodes of Finding Carter, a series about a teen who finds out she was kidnapped from her family as a child. The series’ cast includes Alexis Denisof, Cynthia Watros along with Meredith Baxter in a recurring role.
Following a list of franchises that have never been rebooted, io9 asked what’s the difference between a retcon and a reboot. #nerdproblems
In case you were wondering, Ryan Murphy tells EW this season of American Horror Story wasn’t just an excuse to get Stevie Nicks to perform “Seven Wonders” as part of the story, “Well, she brought it »
- Lyle Masaki
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