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Pretty Little Liars

Network: Freeform (formerly ABC Family)Episodes: 160 (hour)Seasons: SevenTV show dates: June 8, 2010 -- June 27, 2017Series status: EndedPerformers include: Troian Avery Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, Bianca Lawson, Chad Lowe, Tammin Sursok, Chuck Hittinger, Ian Harding, Julian Morris, Torrey DeVitto, Janel Parrish, Amber Borycki, Laura Leighton, and Sasha Pieterse.TV show description:      This TV show is based on a series of novels of the same name that were written by Sara Shepard. The drama focuses on four girls who watch their clique fall apart after their leader, Alison Dilaurentis (Sasha Pieterse), disappears during a slumber party. A year later, her body turns up in the backyard of her old home, bringing the other girls together again. They start getting messages by someone using just the letter "A" as a
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The Official Pizza Man Superhero Trailer Out Online Starring Frankie Muniz!

Matt Burns is a colleague student who works full time at his mother's Pizza restaurant in order to afford to go to college. He is involved with an incident at a lab where he is shot, however, a scientist, Professor Tucker, gives him a tomato which grants him superpowers. However, villains pursue him, intent on getting the powers for themselves. Starring: Frankie Muniz, Shelley Long, Diamond Dallas Page, Corbin Bernsen, David H. Lawrence Xvii, Adam West, Stan Lee, Ashley Parker Angel, Amber Borycki, Noah Gray-Cabey, Leonard Roberts and Rowdy Roddy Piper. LEEE777 - Well it could be fun for the whole family and hey, who doesn't like pizza lol?
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The Secrets Spilled Out This Week On ‘Pretty Little Liars!’ Are Jenna & Toby Both The Mysterious ‘A?’

This week’s Liars left us with the best cliffhanger yet, and the mysterious “A” stepped up his/her deadly game of cat-and-mouse with radio shout-outs and personal letters.

When we last left Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Spencer (Troian Avery Bellisino) and Aria (Lucy Hale), they were shell-shocked after reading a cryptic message left on Spencer’s bedroom mirror. This meant that “A” had actually been In Spencer’s house! Scary, right?

Aside from dealing with all the “A” drama, the girls had to cope with their own personal issues at home. Since the reveal of her father’s past affair, Aria finally got the chance to talk with her mom, Ella (Holly Marie Combs.) But her attempt to clear her conscious did more harm than good, as her dad (Chad Lowe) didn’t exactly divulge All the details about his secret tryst with then-student Meredith (Amber Borycki
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Pretty Little Liars 1.03 "To Kill A Mocking Girl" Recap

As another mystery is added to the overall layer that is Pretty Little Liars, the show is now chock full of juicy bits that will make you crave it like a wino needs a bottle of Black Irish Rose… If you don't know what that is then don't worry about it and forget I said anything. But the show is getting greater by each episode and it's become appointment TV for the rest of this summer my schedule and DVR. Now we have a new suspect in the form of Toby Cavanaugh, the creepy brother of the equally weird Jenna, whose blind stick is becoming an unintentional run on gag here in my house. More on that later, but now let's get down to business.

Contradictions Don't Look Well On Most Pretty Little Girls…

Just when Aria thinks she has found common ground with Byron, Meredith Gates (Amber Borycki), the blonde slut he cheated with,
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DVD Review: Guilty Pleasure ‘Harper’s Island’ Could Become Cult Hit

Chicago – I’m still a little miffed that the “Harper’s Island” experiment didn’t work out for CBS. The show was far from perfect, but I still like the idea of a limited series with a predetermined beginning, middle, and end. Sadly, no one tuned in to watch “Harper’s Island” on CBS but the guilty pleasure could have a second life on DVD.

DVD Rating: 3.5/5.0 Was “Harper’s Island” any good? It depends on what you mean by “good”. If you’re looking for witty dialogue, detailed character, and clever plotting, look elsewhere. But not every show needs to be intellectually satisfying. For the same reason we go see silly horror movies, sometimes you just want to enjoy a guilty pleasure and “Harper’s Island” was the guiltiest of 2009.

Elaine Cassidy plays Abby Mills, the heroine returning to the titular body of land after seven years. Back then,
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HitFix Interview: 'Harper's Island's' deceased Single Girl and Stepmother speak

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Saturday (June 13) was Ladies' Night on CBS' "Harper's Island," but not in that fun way that leads to half-priced drinks and wanton dancing. No, this week's episode saw two distaff members of the Bride's Party ruthlessly killed by The Harper's Island killer/killer, whoever he/she/they may be.  First Amber Borycki's Beth, described in CBS' literature as The Single Girl, went off in search of Creepy Kid Madison and instead of turning up with the purloined child, was next seen bloody and vivisected in  a Prohibition Era tunnel under the hotel.  Then Claudette Mink's Katherine Wellington, The Stepmother and kinky paramour of...
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TV Review: ‘Harper’s Island’ Has Great Hook But Lackluster Execution

Chicago – I’ve been looking forward to “Harper’s Island” for months. Last summer, CBS sent out a brief preview with some actors who would eventually be recast (including Bill Pullman) that laid out the general idea of this modern take on Agatha Christie’s “Ten Little Indians”. The concept of a 13-week mystery featuring beautiful people getting whacked week to week was definitely intriguing. Now that I’ve seen the premiere, the bubble has burst.

Television Rating: 2.5/5.0 I so desperately want to recommend “Harper’s Island” because I think there should be more programs between the mystery-of-the-week shows like “CSI” or “Bones” and the more complex shows like “Lost”. A 13-week mystery with a pre-set endpoint and solution is genius. The execution (pun intended) is another story.

Harper’s Island

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Elaine Cassidy plays Abby Mills, the clear lead of “Harper’s Island”. For slasher fans,
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Harpers Island Sneak Preview Stills from CBS

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CBS passed along a few very cool sneak peek photos from the upcoming series “Harper’s Island” starring Cassandra Sawtell, David Lewis, Gina Holden, Amber Borycki and Ali Liebert. Beginning Thursday, April 9th, and airing each Thursday at 10:00pm Et/Pt through July, 2nd. Series Synopsis: Harper’S Island is a 13-episode murder mystery about a group of family and friends who travel to a secluded island for a destination wedding. They’ve come to laugh… to love… and, though they don’t know it… to die. As the wedding festivities begin, friendships are tested and secrets exposed as a murderer claims victims, one by one, transforming the wedding week of fun and celebration into a [...]
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CBS's 'Harper's Island' Debuts April 9th! Press Release & Stills!

Harper's Island is a 13-episode murder mystery about a group of family and friends who travel to a secluded island for a destination wedding. They've come to laugh... to love... and, though they don't know it... to die. As the wedding festivities begin, friendships are tested and secrets exposed as a murderer claims victims, one by one, transforming the wedding week of fun and celebration into a terrifying struggle for survival. Abby Mills, whose mother was killed on the island by a homicidal maniac's rampage seven years ago, journeys home for the first time since the horrific event for the wedding of her best friend, Henry Dunn. Henry, the boy next door, is marrying the woman of his dreams, Trish Wellington, a beautiful and wealthy heiress. But as the wedding week begins, people start dying. Every episode, someone is killed. Wedding guests and island locals, every person is a suspect.
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