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'The Strain' Recap: Nightmare Symptoms and Bad Parenting

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In this week's episode of The Strain, "Gone Smooth," we quickly dispel any lingering doubt that this show is about sexy vampires, as so many others are. No, my friends, this is very much the opposite. Veteran vamp and Nazi extraordinaire Eichorst demonstrates this in the first scene, by revealing his true self to be a half-rotted corpse. It takes prosthetics and Oscar-worthy make-up to make him the fresh-faced war criminal we know and love. New York, behold your future.

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'True Blood' Recap: Has Sookie Sentenced Bill to the True Death?

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In last week's episode, Sookie got pressured into throwing a party. During said party, Andy proposed to Holly, and Jessica ended things with James before hooking up with Jason. Meanwhile, Eric found and lost Sarah Newlin, and Bill discovered that he is infected with Hep-v.

In this week's episode, "Karma," Sookie learns about Bill's condition, and Pam and Eric form an unlikely alliance in their search for Sarah. Read on to find out if the sixth episode of True Blood season 7 delivers the sex, blood and insanity we have come to expect. »


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'Supernatural' at Comic-Con 2014: Demon Dean's Struggle, 200th Episode and Man Tears

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Hall H was full of screaming fans at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 as the cast and writers of Supernatural sat down to share some spoilers on what's to come on Supernatural season 10. Just how much of Demon Dean will we see? What does it mean now that Mark Sheppard is a series regular? And will there be any strong females showing up? Keep reading to find out.

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[Video] 'The 100' at Comic-Con 2014: More Grounders, Linctavia and Fearing The Reapers

25 July 2014 9:30 AM, PDT

The 100 season 1 ended with a group from the Ark successfully landing on earth while The 100 went to battle with the Grounders and being captured by Mountain Men. The fate of Bellamy, Finn and Chancellor Jaha are unknown while Clarke and the others woke up in a strange room.

What's ahead for season 2? Some of the cast and Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg hosted a panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 to share some behind-the-scenes details of season 1 and teasing The 100 season 2. Here's what we learned.

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[Video] 'Bones' Comic-Con 2014 Spoilers: Booth Traumatized, New Digs and the 200th Episode

25 July 2014 7:56 AM, PDT

Bones fan favorites David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel and Executive Producer Stephen Nathan took 4,500 Boneheads on a whirlwind 60 minute roller-coaster ride during their Comic-Con 2014 panel in San Diego today. 

The Bones fairies leaked earlier that we'll be rejoining the Jeffersonian team four months after Booth was sent to the emergency room after that riveting showdown with five Delta Force maniacs who ripped the Mighty Hut to pieces. The FBI conspiracy is an ongoing arc, one that goes back many years, and you know Brennan and the squints would be working feverishly to sale the mystery and get Booth home for good. 

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'iZombie' at Comic-Con 2014: It's More 'Buffy' Than 'Veronica Mars' and 6 More Things to Know

25 July 2014 5:44 AM, PDT

Need more zombies in your TV lineup? If you answered yes, you're in luck because that's just what you're going to get with CW's iZombie. 

iZombie follows a young woman, Liv, who's a bit of an over-achiever, medical resident who knows exactly what she wants to do with her life and where it's going. That is, until she goes to a party that turns into a feeding frenzy for zombies. Liv struggles with her new life as a zombie, doing her best to blend in (and look human).

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'Big Brother 16' Spoilers: Who Are the Week 5 Nominees?

25 July 2014 4:32 AM, PDT

For the second week in a row on Big Brother 16, the Detonators are in charge. That should mean a quiet, boring week. But that fails to take one thing into account: Zach Rance. He might be one of the craziest people to ever play the game, and the result is chaos in the house.

Spoiler Warning: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers. »

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'Last Comic Standing' Recap: The Roast with the Most

24 July 2014 2:51 PM, PDT

This week, our fearless comedians will be competing in a challenge that seems kind of easy. They'll be roasting none other than the legendary Gilbert Gottfried. I say easy, because --come on. That guy has both purposely and accidentally created so much roast material throughout his career. I seriously hope someone mentions his stint as Iago in the Aladdin films.

There are only six comics left this week, and the contestants are under pressure. Jb Smoove starts out by discussing the idea behind a roast. It's about "honoring and ribbing at the same time," he says. Then he breaks the news that the honored guest will be Gilbert. And in case the comics (and the viewing audience) are unfamiliar with Gilbert, Jb rolls a montage of memorable Gilbert moments and trivia. For over 40 years, Gilbert's squint and voice helped him "succeed in everything!" his video states. "If masturbation is a crime, »


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The 16 Most Blood-Tingling Hookups from 'True Blood'

24 July 2014 8:57 AM, PDT

HBO?s horror drama series, True Blood, has taken us on a hell of a vampire ride over the past six seasons. It created a sensation from its first ripped off head to the sheer volume of nakedness it?s doled out episode after episode. Many try to imitate, but few can match its witty dialogue and hot sex scenes. The series has also done more to promote same sex ?unions? than any march at any State Capitol. Now that we?re in True Blood?s seventh and final season, let?s take a look at our favorite toe curling hookups (in season order) that have us blushing and covering one eye (because both would just be stupid). »


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'Community' Season 6: Why Ratings Don't Matter, Themed Episodes and a Weekly Format

24 July 2014 8:28 AM, PDT

Community is the little show that could. It's struggled in the ratings but has been critically acclaimed since day one and backed by a cult following. So when NBC decided to cancel the show after season 5, hearts broke. But, there was still hope the show could be saved and fans could one day see six seasons and a movie. And in the eleventh hour, YahooScreen saved Community. So what can we expect for Community season 6? And what will change now that it's not on network television? The Community panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 gave some insight. »

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[Videos] 'Under the Dome' Comic-Con 2014 Spoilers: More Death, a Killer Revealed and Escaping the Dome

24 July 2014 5:20 AM, PDT

Cast and crew were on hand at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 to reveal some spoilers for Under the Dome season 2. Have you been wondering why the death toll has been so low this season? Wonder if we'll find out who Angie's killer is? Curious if anyone will ever get out from under the dome? 

All that and more was revealed during the Under the Dome panel. Keep reading for spoilers.

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'America's Got Talent' Recap: Next Stop...Radio City Music Hall!

23 July 2014 4:17 PM, PDT

America's Got Talent judgement week is finally over. Next step: Radio City Music Hall -- at least for 48 talented singers, dancers, magicians, hand balancers and comedians. Did I miss any categories? 

It was a long and surprising night for viewers. Not nearly as long for us as it was for all the hopefuls sitting around the judgement auditorium waiting for Nick Cannon to call them to a lonely stage for their final shot at impressing four dour-faced judges. Okay, Heidi Klum, Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, and Mel B weren't complete sour pusses, but it was obvious they'd practiced their intimidating poker faces. For some, that made the experience down right petrifying and it showed in their performances. Ouch.  »


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'Graceland' Recap: Paige Goes Through Hell

23 July 2014 2:14 PM, PDT

This week's episode of Graceland, "The Unlucky One," opens with Mike embracing the true spirit of his coworkers and breaking the law. Since he now knows that someone in law enforcement is working for the Solano cartel, he's kidnapped Lawrence,the garage manager, to keep him away from untrustworthy people (read: everyone). Lawrence gives out a little information, most of which Mike has already figured out: there are two identical 118 buses, one that carries contraband and one that's swapped in for the first one if suspicions arise. Lawrence blew up the evidence because he got a call instructing him to do so. Since he claims to know nothing else, Mike handcuffs him to a chair and leaves him locked in a motel room. He's learned so much.

Graceland Interview: Brandon Jay McLaren on Jakes' Tough Road Ahead >>> »


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'Suits' Recap: Harvey (Sort of) Breaks a Sweat

23 July 2014 1:45 PM, PDT

This week on Suits, cool, yet under pressure Harvey feels a heat he hasn't experienced since he had a little Scottie love. Don't get excited; it's bad heat, not sexy time heat. The SEC, Jessica, Logan Sanders, Mike, and bad guy Forstman are coming at our starched lawyer leaving him a little, dare I say it, disheveled. 

Last week on Suits, our boys kissed and made up (sort of), paid a pound of flesh (well, Rachel fainted), Donna fulfilled Louis' dream (sexless and Shakespearean), and SEC pit bull Cahill suspected something is rotten in the state of Harvey and Mike. This week's offering resolved the Gillis takeover dance off with Mike on top, then Harvey on top, and then, well, let's take a look at what went down in the awesomely titled episode, "Litt the Hell Up." »

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'Extant' Recap: Spilling Secrets, Covert Experiments, and a Mysterious Party Crasher

23 July 2014 1:10 PM, PDT

In tonight's episode of Extant on CBS, we get a more bits and pieces from Molly's past that help set the present events into motion. After another unsuccessful round of fertility treatments, Molly gives up on ever having a child, signing up for the Seraphim rotation right after her doctor's appointment. She was pregnant once before when she was with Marcus; she lost the baby after his car accident. She just can't take any more disappointment and tragedy. John does some serious convincing that Ethan is the answer to their childless problem.

Fast forward to the present: it's Ethan's first day of school and the eve of Molly's belated birthday party. It's supposed to be a day of family fun, but we all know that this sci-fi roller coaster doesn't stop no matter whose birthday it is. »


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'The Bachelorette' Season 10 Finale Photos: The Final Rose

23 July 2014 12:29 PM, PDT

From ABC: After surviving shocking twists and turns and a journey filled with laughter, tears and love, Andi narrowed down the 25 bachelors to two fabulous guys - Josh and Nick. Josh is the type of man Andi has always dated in the past - handsome, athletic and playful - but Andi is plagued with a nagging doubt that he may be too good to be true. Her relationship with Nick is undeniably passionate and filled with an intensity she has never known, but she worries that it may be overwhelming. In this week's dramatic conclusion, Andi is absolutely torn between the two men and can envision a future with both, but time is running out, on the season finale of The Bacehlorette airing Monday, July 28. »

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'So You Think You Can Dance' Recap: The Top 16 Dance and 2 Go Home

23 July 2014 12:00 PM, PDT

Get ready for another exciting night of competition, So You Think You Can Dance fans! We said goodbye to ballerina Jourdan Epstein and contemporary dancer Stanley Glover last time. Will your favorite be going home after last week's votes? I have to say that I miss the solos, giving dancers the chance to "dance for their lives."

Besides a night of jaw-dropping dance routines, we will also have a singing performance from Lucy Hale of Pretty Little Liars.

Are you ready, dance fans? This is the So You Think You Can Dance live blog! »


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15 Reasons to Attend Comic-Con with the Gang from 'The Big Bang Theory'

23 July 2014 10:47 AM, PDT

Whether you are a Comic-Con virgin or a seasoned veteran, there is always greater power in numbers. Who better to traverse the dizzying array of panels, pilot screenings and exhibitions with than with the coolest nerds on the planet: the boys from The Big Bang Theory? Talk about a dream team. Here's how we envision your time with Tbbt guys could help you enrich your time in San Diego. »


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'Sytycd' Predictions: Which Top 16 Dancers Are Safe?

22 July 2014 11:00 PM, PDT

It was another fabulous night of performances on So You Think You Can Dance. We also had to say farewell to Jourdan Epstein and Stanley Glover. The judges decided to go by America's votes, and these dancers saw their journey end because they received the lowest number of votes. In a bit of good news, we found out about a romance between Jacque LeWarne and Rudy Abreu.

Is your favorite So You Think You Can Dance performer safe from elimination? Let's examine the performances and see who may be in danger of going home next time. »


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'America's Got Talent' Recap: Welcome to Judgment Week

22 July 2014 2:43 PM, PDT

When America's Got Talent last aired an all-new episode, there were overtures that the sixth audition show was also the last. I even wrote a sentence as such in the recap. But I also knew that the live shows didn't start until Tuesday, July 29, and it was only July 1. So I took out the line, just to be on the safe side.

The reality? How about a three-week hiatus with repeat episodes and then a recap show highlighting the best auditions that you just spent six weeks watching? Yeah, didn't really need to tune in to that one. »

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