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Last Night Gave Us the Worst Moment in the History of Sons of Anarchy

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I’m not sure how much more of this I can take. Sons of Anarchy, in recent years, has been increasingly reliant on bad luck and bad decisions to move the plot forward, much of it centered around Gemma. At the end of last season (spoilers), Gemma killed Tara because no one bothered to call and tell her that Jax had made a deal to protect the club, and now? Things are only getting worse. Last night was probably the low point of the entire series for me. More coincidence abounded as the Sons found themselves in a situation where they needed Gemma to go up to the cabin to help them out with a completely unrelated problem that had nothing to do with her secret or  Juice. Yet, it just so happened that the entire affair was set up in a way that it looked like “going to the »

- Paul

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First Teaser Trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron Will Debut During Next Week’s Agents of Shield

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If you’re already enjoying the so-far stellar second season of Agents of Shield on ABC, you may find yourself even happier next week when the cinematic world of Marvel collides with the television world (even though all these characters are technically in the same Marvel universe). While I’m not talking about another guest appearance by Samuel Jackson’s Nick Fury or Jamie Alexander’s Lady Sif from Thor, this news may be even better. Marvel has announced that the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron will premiere during next week’s episode of Agents of Shield on Oct. 28. Although it won’t be released until next May (May 1, to be exact), Avengers: Age of Ultron is already one of the most talked-about films coming out in 2015, and why wouldn’t it be? The first Avengers film brought in more than $200 million at the U. »

- Chris King

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The Flash Season 1 Episode 3 Review: ”Things You Can’t Outrun”

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The CW’s new hit series continues to run at all the right places as last night’s episode of The Flash was another stellar episode that featured the introduction of Robbie Amell (cousin of Arrow’s Stephen Amell) as DC ComicsRonnie Raymond a.k.a. the future Firestorm. The show dives into flashbacks again in this episode as we get to see what happened the night the particle accelerator exploded and we see it from the perspective of S.T.A.R. Labs with Harrison, Cisco, Caitlin and Ronnie. I was hoping for a few more scenes between Ronnie and Caitlin, but this is just the beginning so I can remain patient for now. Amell and Panabaker really clicked and had great chemistry between each other so much that it hurt even more when they were separated. I’m onboard with Amell’s portrayal of Ronnie who is »

- Andy

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Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 5 Review: “The Weeping Lady”

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You have to wonder what later seasons of Sleepy Hollow are going to look like once they’ve exhausted most of the recognizable horror monsters and myths. In the meantime, if “creepy” is what the crew is aiming for, then well done. There are few cross-generational and cross-cultural figures in folklore that I’ve encountered in my lifetime as haunting as The Weeping Lady (La llorona, as I was introduced to her as a child). Not so surprisingly, the writing staff finds a way to execute “The Weeping Lady” in a totally believable Sleepy Hollow kind of way. Again, it’s every bit the supernatural procedural you don’t want to watch at night that The X-Files was, and it’s smartly integrated in a way that adds dimensions to our main characters. Mary, the jilted lover who haunts Sleepy Hollow as the episode’s titular monster, is one of »

- Sean Colletti

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Toys R Us Pulls Breaking Bad Toys Amid Parental Pressure

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And who says Change.org petitions don’t get anything done? Earlier this week we reported that Toys R Us was under fire from angry parents who didn’t think it was appropriate that toys from the mature-rated TV show Breaking Bad were on sale in what is generally considered to be a toy story for children. Toys R Us responded by saying that the toys were separated out from “younger” targeted action figures, and clearly labeled that they were for ages 15 and up. The Heisenberg toy, for example, came with a tiny bag of meth and some cash, and the idea was that the toys would encourage children to either watch the show, or start dealing drugs. Now, Toys R Us has caved, and has removed the Breaking Bad toys from their shelves. “Let’s just say, the action figures have taken an indefinite sabbatical,” Toys R Us said in a statement. »

- Paul

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Ever Wonder If the Actors on Mad Men Are Actually Drunk During Scenes? They Very Well Might Be

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With all the drinking, smoking, and other shenanigans always occurring on AMC’s Mad Men, it’s made me wonder once or twice if those involved are actually doing any of that stuff, “method acting” in a way, or if it’s all fake. Well, thanks to a new interview between Variety and Mad Men creator Weiner and  Mad Men actress Kiernan Shipka (who plays Sally Draper on the series), it turns out that my crazy theory about the show and its actors may actually be right—apparently, some of the Mad Men actors have been drunk during scenes they’ve done. After Variety asked if Weiner or Shipka had purchased anything from the Mad Men set, Weiner admitted to buying Roger Sterling’s bar, which he said he now has in his office, leading to the exchange below. Variety: Is the bar stocked? Matthew Weiner: The bar is stocked now, »

- Chris King

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Supernatural Season 10 Episode 3 Review: “Soul Suvivor”

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Well, that was quick. I really expected Supernatural to take its sweet time with the Demon!Dean storyline, but they’ve already cured him of his initial demonness. Its kind of disappointing; I really wanted to see them delve deep into some Winchester conflict through the bluntness and danger of Demon!Dean but why would we do that? Pretty meh episode, but it had some good parts. It had a lot of really interesting and refreshingly-different bits (or at least they feel different; it’s hard to remember a frickin’ decade of television). Crowley saving Cas showed his desperation; his need to take care of Dean and do something with him shows that, despite his brushing off of his subjects mockery and self-immolation, he is worried. I like Worried!Crowley. Cas being back in the game is a lovely development in its own right. We all knew that he wasn »

- Hunter Bishop

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Person of Interest Season 4 Episode 5 Review: “Prophets”

11 hours ago

Oh my god, I am so excited to be here. I love Person of Interest so much, but never live. I feel like I’ve taken my life to a whole new level. That’s a little extreme. Forgive me; I’m new here and I am so glad to have a reason to watch this show all the time. What’s always fascinating about this show to me is how much the characters drive my enjoyment. Now, I know what you’re thinking, and you’re right (whoever you are): aren’t characters supposed to drive the enjoyment of a show? The answer is, of course, yes! Yes they are! But how many times do that actually happen? How many times have we seen a show get wrapped up in plot and forget that nobody really cares? Lost was a show that was a character drama wrapped in »

- Hunter Bishop

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ABC Is Bringing Back Barbara Walters and Her “Most Fascinating People”

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Barbara Walters is coming back to ABC, and she’s bringing all of her 10 Most Fascinating People with her. Although it was announced by the network that last year’s edition of Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating Fascinating would be the final one, ABC has decided to revive the yearly special (for at least one more year), airing it Sunday, Dec. 14, from 9-11 p.m. Additionally, we know who the first four of Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People  will be. Oprah Winfrey, Neil Patrick Harris (who was just recently announced as this coming year’s Oscar Host, in addition to starring in the Oscar-contending film Gone Girl), Chelsea Handler, and Scarlett Johansson have all be announced as Walters’ interviewees. The names for the remaining six individuals will be announced at a later date. “I was absolutely delighted when ABC approached me to do another year of 10 Most Fascinating People,” said Barbara Walters in a statement. »

- Chris King

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New The Flash Photos Show Us Felicity Fighting Captain Cold and Flirting With Barry

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If you’re a fan of The CW’s The Flash (and really, why wouldn’t you be?), you’re probably already having a pretty awesome day thanks to the news that The Flash, along with Jane the Virgin, has received a full season order from The CW. And now, in addition to that great news, we can also share with you some photos from the series’ upcoming fourth episode, entitled “Going Rogue,” which features not only Captain Cold but also the lovely Felicity Smoak (my current TV crush, and I’m sure many others’ as well) in her first crossover appearance from Arrow. As the photos below show, Felicity seems to fit right in with the tech-savy Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes), even aiding Barry’s two brainy allies as they help him dispatch Captain Cold with some sort of gun that they have created together. »

- Chris King

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FX Cancels The Bridge After Two Seasons

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After some very good TV news (The CW has given full season orders to both The Flash and Jane the Virgin!) comes some TV unfortunate news, especially if you’re a fan of FX’s crime drama The Bridge. The cable network has cancelled the series, which starred  Diane Kruger and Demian Bichir, after two seasons. No official statement has been released yet by FX about why it decided to cancel The Bridge, but it’s pretty safe to say why. While it wasn’t a huge hit for FX back during Season 1, The Bridge‘s ratings became even lower during its second season. The show’s second season (and now series) finale, which aired last month, was watched by 1 million viewers and earned a 0.3 adults 18-49 demo rating, numbers that were slightly below what the show was averaging throughout Season 2. If you compare The Bridge’s numbers with those »

- Chris King

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The CW Gives Full Season Orders to The Flash and Jane the Virgin

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Looks like Barry Allen and Jane will both be sticking around for a while. The CW has given full seasons orders to its two new freshman series The Flash and Jane the Virgin. Both shows have received strong ratings (with The Flash giving The CW its best series debut of all-time) and critical acclaim. “We have had a fantastic start to our season this year, with The Flash launching as our most-watched series premiere ever, and Jane the Virgin recognized as the best new show this season by critics across the country,” network president Mark Pedowitz said in a statement. “Over the past three seasons, we have made it our mission to grow and to broaden out our audience, and to keep raising the bar with the quality and impact of our new shows, and The Flash and Jane have both exceeded our expectations on all counts,” Pedowitz continued. “I’m… »

- Chris King

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Watch Every Single Death from Arrow to Date

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While most superhero movies or shows flee from death most of the time, with superpowered heroes and villains slugging it out with each other only so both can live and fight another day, that hasn’t been the case with The CW’s Arrow. Right away, Arrow made a mark with Oliver Queen returning to town to start outright assassinating those he deemed responsible for the decay of the city and the death of his father. Since then, he’s dialed things down a bit, resolving to imprison the bad guys when possible, but still killing a few here and there when the situation calls for it. And naturally, the bad guys have No qualms against killing whatsover, so bodies continue to drop around Starling City left and right. The above video is a supercut of Every death the series has seen so far, from henchmen, to bystanders to major characters, »

- Paul

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Series Star Ashley Benson Is the Reason for the Pretty Little Liars Theme Song

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It’s very true that there is an abundance of awesome TV out nowadays, whether you enjoy hilarious comedies, period pieces, thrilling dramas, superhero series, or fun teen soaps . However, what’s rarer to find today than a good TV show is a good opening to a television series, as most shows simply just use their titles as three-second intros and have ditched theme songs all together. It makes me miss the days when shows that I loved like The O.C., One Tree Hill, and Smallville all had opening credit sequences with songs that would immediately wind up getting stuck in your head. However, one of the most popular teen dramas on TV today, Pretty Little Liars, still does have a theme song, and it’s become very well-known. Although I don’t watch the show much, the Pretty Little Liars theme song has stuck with me ever since the »

- Chris King

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The Ten Most Convincing Daenerys Targaryen Cosplay Costumes from Game of Thrones

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Winter is coming. Literally winter, not Game of Thrones, unfortunately, which doesn’t get here until spring. But you know what else is coming? Halloween. It’s a perfect time to demonstrate your love for Game of Thrones and your costume making skills to match. I had the idea that you might be looking for some costume inspiration, so I figured I’d start with the most cosplayed character on the show, Daenerys Targaryen, the First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of Meereen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons. Or you know, Dany. I scoured the entire internet for the ten absolute best bits of Daenerys Targaryen cosplay I could find, and hopefully you can draw some inspiration from the hard work of these ladies. Check out the gallery below, and that’s Mirish above, »

- Paul

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The Originals Season 2 Episode 3 Review: “Every Mother’s Son”

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It wasn’t quite the full blown family reunion I was hoping for, but at least half of the Mikaelsons gathered together last night on The Originals.  As with every awkward family dinner on television, a shocking secret from the past was revealed. Esther so kindly arranged for the dinner to be held at Klaus and Elijah’s home then made a fashionably late appearance.  Vincent was right on time and outed his true identity as Finn.  For some reason I always thought Elijah was the oldest child.  Finn’s accusations that Elijah was always jealous of him seemed to come out of nowhere.  I applaud the writers for still finding a way to put a new spin on a character we thought we understood.  That’s what they do best though, right?  Always keeping us on our toes with these little twists. The most important reveal came from Klaus’ recollections of his childhood. »

- Jen

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Castle Season 7 Episode 4 Review: “Child’s Play”

22 hours ago

In this week’s episode of Castle, Castle accesses his not so inner child to find out who murdered an ice cream truck driver. Castle, a fan of potato chip fudge ice cream (has he tried Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Snack from  Ben and Jerry’s?) isn’t too keen on ice cream when they find the body of their latest victim, Anton, shot to death in an ice cream truck. Anton, an art student at a community college in the Bronx, worked for his family ice cream business, but the killer wasn’t after any money.His teacher says his portfolio was missing from his school computer and that he got into the car of a strange man the day before he was murdered. When Csu scanned the truck, they discover Anton wasn’t alone at the time of the murder; there was a witness. The witness left »

- Constance Gibbs

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The Walking Dead Season 5 Has Dramatically Improved by Fixing Its ‘Woman Problem’

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Ask anyone, The Walking Dead is a much better show than it used to be. Season five has started out incredibly strong, building on a solid season four under the helm of new showrunner Scott Gimple, previously responsible for writing some of the best episodes of the series. There are many reasons why the show is better now, a solidified group we know and like, a bigger budget, a setting not always stuck in one place, and so on. But there’s one thing the show has lost that to me is a larger factor than anything it’s gained as time’s gone on: the need to have an irritating, irrational, bad decision-making woman in the group at all times. The show has gone through a number of iterations of this, beginning with Carol in season one. She was grating, she was constantly rubbing everyone the wrong way and defending her abusive… »

- Paul

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The Loft Turns Into a Police Station In These Upcoming New Girl Episode Photos

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One of the most promising comedic storylines from New Girl Season 4 is Winston trying to become a cop. However, aside from Nick, Coach, and Cece showing up stoned at a party with all of his police academy buddies (who then helped Winston prank his roommates before anointing him with nickname “Toilet”), we haven’t really gotten a lot of police hijinx from Winston just yet. That looks to be changing though in the show’s next all-new episode, entitled “Background Check,” when Winston’s sergeant comes to the loft to conduct a home visit and a background check, which ends up somehow including all of the loftmates. In the photos below from “Background Check,” Nick is wearing what looks to be Schmidt’s ridiculous robe, Jess is wearing a bowler hat, and all of the loftmates (minus Coach) appear to be standing in a police lineup of sorts for Winston’s sergeant. »

- Chris King

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Gotham Season 1 Episode 5 Review: ”Viper”

23 hours ago

Last night’s episode of Gotham stepped out of its established tone and decided to take it up a notch as “Viper” became the show’s most comic book-y episode as of yet. So far in the first season of the show, they have been sticking to a grounded tone which I have been fine with. But this week, they really shocked me when the show went from a gritty procedural to a gritty comic book drama. The villain of the week is a character named Stan Topolski that worked for WellZyn Laboratories, a division of Wayne Enterprises. Just to get this out of the way, he was an unimpressive villain, but it was his actions that intrigued me. We see him handing out a new drug named “Viper” on the streets of Gotham City and anyone who took it, got super-strength. At first I got some Mirakuru vibes from Arrow’s second… »

- Andy

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