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The Path Season 2 Premiere: The Stars and Creator Answer Our Burning Qs

The Path Season 2 Premiere: The Stars and Creator Answer Our Burning Qs
Warning: This post contains spoilers from both episodes of Wednesday’s Season 2 premiere of The Path. Proceed at your own peril.

Hulu’s cult drama The Path is back for Season 2, and although Wednesday’s two-part premiere cleared up some of the lingering mysteries from last season… it gave us a whole bunch of new ones to puzzle over.

What really went down between Eddie and Dr. Steven Meyer in Peru? Have Eddie and Sarah both moved onto new romantic partners following their separation? Is Cal going to sabotage the whole movement with his rash actions? If he doesn’t,
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Peter Kay's Car Share, Big Brother: Timebomb

Marvel's Agents of Shield: Channel 4, 8pm

The sci-fi action continues in 'The Dirty Half-Dozen', as Lincoln Campbell (Luke Mitchell) is held prisoner with Mike Peterson (J August Richards).

Meanwhile, Gonzales and Coulson have to ignore their differences to fight together against Hydra.

Big Brother Timebomb: Live Eviction: Channel 5, 9pm

Emma Willis reveals the latest evictee from the Big Brother: Timebomb house as voted out by the public. Will Adoja, Eileen or Sarah be evicted tonight?

We also get to catch up with all of yesterday's action from the house with all the latest gossip, drama and tasks.

A League of Their Own: Sky1, 9pm

Absolutely Fabulous star Jennifer Saunders, Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and TV presenter Alex Brooker join the A League of Their Own gang for the latest helping of the comedy sports quiz.

James Corden hosts, with regulars Jamie Redknapp and Andrew Flintoff joining him as team captains.
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Parenthood, Ep. 5.05, “Let’s Be Mad Together” sidesteps usual pitfalls with emotion, honesty

Parenthood, Season 5, Episode 5: “Let’s Be Mad Together”

Written by Jessica Goldberg

Directed by Dylan K. Massin

Airs Thursdays at 10pm (Est) on NBC

This week, on Parenthood: Joel gets drunk, Crosby gets diapers, and Max gets a great shot

Communication is once again the name of the game as Parenthood continues its strong fifth season. Whereas “Nipple Confusion” focused on the varying forms of communication, from direct confrontation to frank conversations to long-simmering musings, “Let’s Be Mad Together” instead approaches this topic by looking at dysfunctional partnerships, from Joel’s work to Max’s Yearbook woes. A show far more interested in the painful small-scale struggles of day-to-day life than almost any other series on television, Parenthood is no less powerful for embracing this seemingly low-stakes approach. Rather, by eschewing the heightened hysterics of shows like time-slot competitor Scandal (as entertaining as that series continues to
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'NCIS' Season premiere (part two): Friends, enemies and lovers

First up, in the interests of blood-pressure management, people died in the conclusion of the "NCIS" season premiere, called "Past, Present and Future," which aired on CBS on Tuesday, Oct. 1, but no good guys. So, sit down, take a deep breath and have a glass of water. All will be well.

We're still following a two-track story, which begins in May (when last season ended) and picks up in October (which is today). Nice how that works out, huh? Agent Tony Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly) is in Israel, trying to track down his favorite fellow agent, Ziva David (Cote de Pablo).

Meanwhile, back in DC, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Agent Tim McGee (Sean Murray) are trying to locate members of the Brotherhood of Doubt -- Ok, that's a strange name for a terror cell, because terrorists are usually pretty darn sure at least about what they Don't like,
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Orphan Black Redux: Clones and Siblings and Twins, Oh My!

Whatever we were expecting about a show that features clones, we certainly were not expecting Orphan Black to whip out the twins card too. When Sarah’s (Tatiana Maslany) birth mother finally makes an appearance, it is not the fact that she was a mere surrogate that gets our attention, but rather the critical piece of information that she carried two babies to birth – she had twins. That’s right, that special bond between Helena and Sarah was more than just the clone DNA drawing them together, it was their twin-bond. The clever birth mother sought to protect the babies she carried, so she gave one to the state and one to the church. It probably seemed like a reasonable and safe option at the time. But years later, after seeing how Helena fared growing up under a radical devote regime through the church, that decision seems a bit dubious.
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True Blood Welcomes Back Anna Camp for Season 6

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True Blood is cooking up a delicious return from a highly sought after actress. Anna Camp, nowadays seen going back and forth between work on Fox’s Mindy Project and CBS’ Vegas, first got our attention when she starred in the second season of the HBO drama. After that season, she left the show to pursue other projects, but there was plenty left unresolved for her character, Sarah Newlin. And earlier this year, Camp hinted she might make a comeback in the new season of True Blood. It turns out she was privy to information we weren’t because news has broken out she will indeed be playing Sarah once again.

According to TVLine, Camp will come back as a guest star in True Blood’s sixth season, a return that will surely cause a lot of shakeup. While her character was once married to former Fellowship of the Sun
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‘Chuck’ Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Chuck vs. Bo

In “Chuck vs. Bo,” Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) wasted no time in coming straight out about her thoughts of quitting the spy game to Chuck (Zachary Levi) and shift Carmichael Industries to an office job rather than a field job. But before this transition began, the team took some of their spy gear to Colorado for one last mission where Morgan (Joshua Gomez) was reunited with Bo Derek….his past “lover!” The first thing that surely came to everyone’s mind was, when did that happen? The next thought… what is Bo up to now in the world of Chuck? The title of the episode clearly details Bo as the bad guy. So it came as no surprise that Bo was involved with the case of the intersect. Is it safe to say she is our final female villain? Either way, it all made for one of the most entertaining episodes this season.
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Grey's Anatomy, Himym, Bones, Cougar Town, Dexter and More!

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Grey's Anatomy, Himym, Bones, Cougar Town, Dexter and More!
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to

Question: Someone’s been stingy with the Glee scoop of late. And that someone would be you. —Lisa

Ausiello: Someone’s about to make up for lost time. And that someone would be me. I heard through the grapevine — the grapevine in this case being the red carpet at the premiere of Glee: The 3D Concert Movie — that Quinn gets back in touch with her inner bad girl when Season 3 starts. Also, word
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Netflix Instant Review — Dragon Wars

Sometimes hitting the multiplex just isn’t in the cards. That’s when Netflix steps in to provide a movie fix. But how to separate the wheat from the chaff? I’m happy to help; every week I’ll pick a flick from the Netflix Watch Instantly section and see if it’s worth your time. This week? “Dragon Wars”.

There are some times when I can’t start a review because I haven’t figured out how to put my thoughts into words. There are some times when I can’t start a review because I don’t know what my thoughts about a film are just yet. And there are times when I can’t start a review because the movie was so scathingly awful that all I really want to do is curl into the fetal and rock back and forth for an hour or two. With Dragon Wars,
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