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Vikings 2.09 Review: “The Choice”

26 April 2014 11:11 AM, PDT

Typically, the hour before a season finale is spent building the foundation for whatever the last hurrah of the year will be for a television series. “The Choice” is as good an example as any of defying that convention. And while going against the grain is usually something to be commended, I’m not sure this [&hellip

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- Sean Colletti

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Hart of Dixie 3.19 Review: “A Better Man”

26 April 2014 9:35 AM, PDT

On the surface this appeared to be a ridiculous episode with the unusual amount of singing and dancing that you normally see on Glee, but for the dedicated Hart of Dixie fans it was the right amount of goofiness that we’ve come to love. There was still plenty of relationship drama mixed in with most [&hellip

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- Jen

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Parks and Recreation 6.21 “Moving Up” Review: Focused on the Future

25 April 2014 1:36 PM, PDT

Well, that was pretty perfect, wasn’t it? The main reason why this Parks and Recreation review is being posted so late is because I’ve been finding it hard to come up with the words to describe this finale besides simply “perfect.” “Moving Up” was everything I love about Parks and Recreation rolled up into one [&hellip

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- Chris King

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James Purefoy and Shawn Ashmore Talk The Following

25 April 2014 11:55 AM, PDT

In its two seasons on TV, The Following has amassed well, quite a following. A cat and mouse game between good and evil, The Following has raised the standard for thrillers on TV. It does this by not only being well-written, but having some amazing on-screen talent as well. With this season all set to [&hellip

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- Remy Carreiro

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The Vampire Diaries 5.19 Review: “Man on Fire”

25 April 2014 10:47 AM, PDT

Overall this was a frustrating episode in an already shaky season.  The Vampire Diaries is known for its complex storylines, but something about this season just feels tired to me.  Yes, we learned of the Travelers’ true agenda but even that is still a bit confusing.  Flashbacks to the past fill in more of Enzo’s [&hellip

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- Jen

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A Very Special Sherlock May Air in Between Seasons

25 April 2014 8:49 AM, PDT

Hearts were broken all around the world when it was revealed that due to how busy everyone is attached to Sherlock, it may actually be two years before we see a full new season of the BBC show. But now there’s hope we might not have to wade through that entire desert with an oasis. [&hellip

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- Paul

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The Big Bang Theory 7.21 Review: “The Anything Can Happen Recurrence”

25 April 2014 7:48 AM, PDT

by Brett Denney After being bazinga’d last week with no new episode of The Big Bang Theory, everything was back to normal this week as the show starts off reminding us that Sheldon is still looking for a new area of focus since he is no longer studying String Theory. He enlists the help of [&hellip

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- Paul

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The Five Best Comedy Central Shows of All Time

25 April 2014 4:41 AM, PDT

If you like to laugh, then there’s a very good chance that you enjoy watching Comedy Central. With some of the funniest characters and most memorable comedic moments, there isn’t a channel that’s quite like it when it comes to mid-20s humor. And since we love it so much, we’re taking a look at the [&hellip

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- Nick Dimengo

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Seth Meyers to Host 2014 Emmy Awards

25 April 2014 4:39 AM, PDT

Late-night TV host Seth Meyers has been tabbed as the next host of the Emmy Awards. Meyers, who has made his home on NBC at Saturday Night Live and his new late-show, will emcee the 66th Emmy Awards scheduled to air on August 25th. The announcement was made late Thursday evening. Last year’s host, Neil [&hellip

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- Chris Norton

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 1.19 Review: “The Only Light in the Darkness”

24 April 2014 1:37 PM, PDT

As the first season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is reaching its conclusion, everything is starting to come full circle and this week’s episode definitely continued that trend. One of the elements that got introduced in Marvel’s The Avengers when it came to Agent Coulson was the mentioning of a certain cellist. Ever since then, [&hellip

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 1.19 Review: “The Only Light in the Darkness” »

- Andy

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Arrow 2.20 Review: ”Seeing Red”

24 April 2014 1:35 PM, PDT

When you get a title like ”Seeing Red” for a show like Arrow, it only means one thing which is that you better have hundreds of tissues ready at your disposal because it’s going to hurt. “Seeing Red” referred a lot to Roy’s rage mode and as a fan of the Roy Harper character from [&hellip

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- Andy

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The Middle 5.19 Review: “The Wind Chimes”

24 April 2014 1:32 PM, PDT

After a 3 week hiatus, this episode of The Middle picks up the day after Sue’s prom where Darrin swept her off her feet and rekindled their relationship. Sue couldn’t be more excited to tell her family that she’s back with Darrin, and at first they don’t care at all.  In fact, I’d bet they [&hellip

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- Jen

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The Most Frequent SNL Hosts

24 April 2014 1:31 PM, PDT

One of the most popular TV shows ever, Saturday Night Live has given viewers some of the funniest sketch comedy moments ever. And since it’s been so popular now for nearly 40 years, we’re taking a look at some of the people who have been pegged as the host the most times ever—with a few [&hellip

The Most Frequent SNL Hosts »

- Nick Dimengo

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Anthony Bourdain Wisdom and One Liners

24 April 2014 1:25 PM, PDT

I think few people can argue that Anthony Bourdain is a cool dude. A celebrity “chef” (whom you never see cook) who makes travel shows where he goes around from place to place and just eats the local food and experiences the local life. The thing that stands out most is that sometimes he says [&hellip

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- Remy Carreiro

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Dissecting the “Six Seasons and a Movie” Pitch for Community

24 April 2014 1:23 PM, PDT

As many Community fans know, when that wonderful show vanished for awhile, people took to the hash tag “Six Seasons and a Movie” to try to help bring the show back. Well, the show came back and just ended one of its best seasons yet. Yet the hashtag still exists. There are still people who [&hellip

Dissecting the “Six Seasons and a Movie” Pitch for Community »

- Remy Carreiro

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Did You Know George R.R. Martin Wrote The Old Beauty and the Beast Show?

24 April 2014 1:22 PM, PDT

Do you guys remember the old Beauty and the Beast show from the 80′s? The one that had the chick from the Terminator and Hellboy, chilling in a castle? The show was really cheesy, but women ate it up. For that reason, it stayed on the air for quite some time and was pretty popular. [&hellip

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- Remy Carreiro

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The Impressive Scope of HBO’s Amazon Prime Deal

24 April 2014 5:00 AM, PDT

In yet another move to go directly head-to-head with Netflix, HBO has just announced an enormous dump of their content onto Amazon Prime exclusively. The deal covers as follows: All seasons of revered classics such as The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood, Rome and Six Feet Under, and of recent favorites such as Eastbound & Down, Enlightened and Flight of the Conchords Epic miniseries, including Angels [&hellip

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- Paul

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The Americans 2.09 Review: “Martial Eagle”

24 April 2014 4:15 AM, PDT

It was just last week that I was explaining how I have been having trouble connecting with The Americans on an emotional level. While I have never felt like the series has been purposefully boxing me out of some of the characters and their feelings, I am simply more aware of the camera being its own [&hellip

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- Sean Colletti

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The Mindy Project 2.20 Review: “An Officer and a Gynecologist”

23 April 2014 7:20 PM, PDT

Was I the only one who thought that nothing really happened on the latest episode of The Mindy Project entitled, “An Officer and a Gynecologist”? Don’t get me wrong.  I thought it was enjoyable to watch, but the characters did not really do anything to advance the storyline. Some like Jeremy (Ed Weeks) or Tamra [&hellip

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- Tim Gerstenberger

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The Originals 1.19 Review: “An Unblinking Death”

23 April 2014 2:34 PM, PDT

I hate to say it, but this felt like a filler episode of The Originals.  Nothing of importance really happened except the big death that we all knew was inevitable, and it was drawn out for an entire hour.  Admittedly there was quite a bit of action going on at the werewolf base, but even [&hellip

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- Jen

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