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'America's Next Top Model' Recap: Who Does Nick Cannon Choose for His Ad Campaign?

10 hours ago

The title of this week's America's Next Top Model pretty much gives away the punch line of the whole episode. The title is "The Girl Who Got Five Frames." Predictably, Lenox pulled herself from the bottom to the top. After two second-place photos and then a disgraceful score of 1 last week, Lenox walked away from panel with the first photo and the keys to the Tyra suite.

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'The Blacklist' Season 2 Premiere Recap: The Search for Berlin Continues

11 hours ago

We left The Blacklist last season with a non-stop thrill of a two-part finale that killed off Meera, almost killed Harold and maybe did away with Tom (doubtful). Red is back trying to hunt down the elusive villain Berlin before he can dispatch revenge with the delivery of one body part after another.

This week's season 2 premiere, "Lord Baltimore," shows that The Blacklist is setting us up for a Red/Berlin showdown cloaked in a flash of heart-stopping action, red herrings and jaw-dropping moments that actually make us happy it is a Monday.

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'Sleepy Hollow' Season 2 Premiere Recap: Do Abbie and Ichabod Escape Their Grim Fates?

13 hours ago

In the season 2 premiere of Sleepy Hollow, Henry works to free Moloch from purgatory, Andy comes to Abbie's aid and Ichabod rescues not just one Mills sister, but two.

At the conclusion of the season 1 finale, the home team wasn't doing so well. Abbie took Katrina's place in purgatory, so Ichabod's wife, and the only witch at the ready, could help stop the Second Horseman from arising. Little did they know that they were too late. It was revealed that Henry was War, and had arisen many years prior, and also Jeremy, Katrina and Ichabod's son. In an extreme act of defiance, Henry handed his mother over to Abraham/the Headless Horseman and buried his father alive. This presented a problem for Abbie since she was basically acting as a seat filler for Katrina in Purgatory. »


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'The Voice' Season 7 Premiere Recap: Gwen and Pharrell Get in the Game

13 hours ago

It is a pleasure to finally have The Voice back, baby! Oh, how I have missed it. This is the first Blind Audition of season 7 and we also have the addition of two new coaches: Gwen Stefani (Holla!) and Pharrell Williams (and his smaller hat!) All are eager to mentor new talent, and help someone else achieve their musical dreams.

Of course, everyone knows that coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are the backbone of The Voice, but I am waiting to see the chemistry of all the coaches together. I think it will be awesome. »


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'Gotham' Premiere Recap: James Gordon Loses His Innocence

14 hours ago

In this week's series opener of Gotham, we meet Detective James Gordon in his early days with the Gotham City Police Department. Gordon and his partner, Harvey Bullock, stumble upon a high-profile murder case that plunges Jim into the seedy, dangerous world of Gotham. In a city so steeped in corruption, is there anyone James can trust?

Before we get into the recap, I thought I should mention that I am not familiar with the mythology behind this series -- I never read the comics and have only seen a few of the movies -- so if I miss a moment of foreshadowing or overlook a character who will become important later on, please let me know. Now let's see if Gotham stands up to all the buzz created by that excellent promotional campaign. »


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5 Things to Know About 'Forever': A Creepy Nemesis, a Dominatrix and More

20 hours ago

So what's the big deal about Forever, ABC's new drama which premieres Monday, September 22 at 10pm starring Judd Hirsch, Ioan Gruffudd, Alana De La Garza, and Joel David Moore? Well, that's exactly what Executive Producer Matt Miller (Chuck, Human Target) wanted to talk to BuddyTV about. With little prodding from yours truly, Miller jumped right in and spilled his guts like a freshwater trout. You and I get to reap all the benefits of Miller's generous reveal and find out exactly what makes this crime procedural different from all others.

"The conceit of Forever," shared Miller, "is that this character is immortal. What's great about it is that it allows us to not just tell a story in present day every week, but we get to tell a flashback story every week. So, you're not only telling the 'A' story of that particular weekly episode where you find a body »


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[Video] 'The Vampire Diaries' Season 6 Premiere Sneak Peek: How Is Caroline Handling Losing Bonnie?

22 hours ago

As each preview for The Vampire Diaries season 6 has shown, everyone handles grief in a different way. Elena is devastated, Stefan has a new woman in his life and spilling the big vampire secret to her and Jeremy's drinking. But how is Caroline handling losing her best friend? That's what the newest sneak peek from the premiere, "I'll Remember," reveals.

When season 6 begins, the Travelers' spell over Mystic Falls is still in place, and that means it's a vampire-free zone. One of the big questions for the season is how long that will last, and if Caroline has any say, it won't be too long. »


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'Gotham' Interview: David Mazouz on Bruce Wayne's Extraordinary Maturity and Comprehension

22 September 2014 1:30 AM, PDT

Bruce Wayne wasn't always Batman. At one point, he was an innocent young boy who witnessed the execution of his parents in an alley. Gotham begins the tale when that pivotal event takes place and young Bruce meets the honest Gotham police officer, Jim Gordon. 

David Mazouz (Touch) talks about his experience playing the iconic Bruce Wayne, Bruce's emotional state after his parents' deaths, the relationship with Jim Gordon and more in our interview. »


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'Gotham' Review: An Extremely Promising Fresh Take on The Dark Knight

21 September 2014 10:00 PM, PDT

During the first few minutes of Fox's Gotham pilot, all I could think was, "Please don't screw this up, please don't screw this up."

Luckily for Batman fans, as well as fans of good television, the producers and the cast haven't. 

Gotham -- or, at least the pilot -- is taut, well-made and exceptionally well-cast, save for one character. While we've seen Bruce Wayne's parents gunned down in origin stories before, we've never gotten a true origin story about arguably his best friend--the only good cop in all of Gotham: Jim Gordon.

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