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The 100 Season 2 Finale Photos: Will Clarke Be Able to Save Her People?

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The 100 shocked many of its viewers (and left some of them with their hearts broken—I’m right there with you Clarke/Lexa fans) on Wednesday night after the first hour of its two-part Season 2 finale, “Blood Must Have Blood.” The surprising twist was that Lexa decided to betray Clarke by making a deal with the Mountain Men that would ensure the safety of the Grounders but also essentially leave all of Clarke’s friends, who are still trapped inside Mount Weather, to die. The final image of Wednesday’s episode was Clarke standing alone outside the Mount Weather complex, telling herself (and, of course, the audience) that it can’t be over yet, as she will never stop trying to save her people. However, as we can see when looking at these photos from the second hour of the finale, Clarke’s rescue mission won’t be an easy one, »

- Chris King

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Glee Series Finale Photos Flash Back to the Glee Club’s Past and Show Us Their Future

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In just two weeks, the Glee gang will be taking their final bows during the show’s two-hour series finale, and if you’re dying to see what’s in store for your favorite members of New Directions, both old and new ones, then you’re in luck. Fox has released photos from Glee‘s two final episodes, titled “2009” and “Dreams Come True,” which will air back-to-back on Friday, March 20, beginning at 8 p.m. In a way, it’s fitting that the two hours will air consecutively. The first episode, “2009,” will flash back to Glee‘s beginnings (which you can see in some of the pictures below, as they show Rachel and Kurt “meeting” for the first time, along with the return of Karofsky and Puck’s beloved mohawk). Meanwhile, the second part of the finale, “Dreams Come True,” will reportedly feature flash forwards five or so years down the line, »

- Chris King

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The Big Twist in This Week’s The 100 Made No Earthly Amount Of Sense

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The 100 continues to be one of my favorite sleeper shows on TV in its second season, as the weirdly clever, uncharacteristically brutal CW show is one of the best sci-fi programs on TV right now. From its strong female lead to a surprisingly fleshed-out concept, it does a lot of things right. This week, however, a few things went awry to the point where I felt they deserved comment. In part one of The 100’s Season 2 finale, a long-awaited alliance between the Sky People and the Grounders was supposed to decimate the Mountain Men and free their prisoners. If you don’t know what any of that means, go watch Season 1 on Netflix. If you do, know that spoilers follow. After an entire season meant to forge an alliance between Clarke and Lexa, the Grounder commander, all of it was undone in a single moment, as Lexa went…

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- Paul

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Luther Is the BBC’s Own Superhero Show, and It Works

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If there’s one word I’ve seen thrown around time and again in an attempt to describe the BBC’s detective drama Luther it’s “gritty.” But “gritty” does not equal realism – and that is not what Luther is going for. Whilst Luther is and always has been a detective crime drama, it is far from super serious. The show is larger than life, and unashamedly so, in everything from the story to its characters. Luther, in fact, leans more towards being a show very much in the mold of a comic book adaptation or superhero show, rather than a down-to-earth realistic look at police and criminals. John Luther (Idris Elba) is very much the hero of this piece, albeit somewhat of an antihero. To use a popular analogy, he is the Batman of this world. He doesn’t have the same backstory or motivations for fighting crime, but John as a character… »

- Connor Davey

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The Forgotten Characters of ‘Glee’ Season 1

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In three weeks we will be saying goodbye to the Fox series Glee. The musical comedy drama was a ratings hit for the network when it premiered after an episode of American Idol back in May of 2009. The first season of Glee was well liked by critics and the series received 19 Emmy nominations. That first season also introduced fans to the talented Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith. Over the next several seasons, the fans started drifting away from the series. A lot of that can be attributed to the drastic casting changes that took place during the series’ fourth and fifth seasons, and the tragic death of Monteith in July 2013, which left a major hole in the main cast that no one could ever replace. Throughout its six seasons, Glee has had countless different characters come in and out of the show, and for some of them, it almost seems as… »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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Empire Cracks 14 Million Viewers, Draws Highest Broadcast Drama Demo Rating Since 2009

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We don’t discuss ratings daily here at TVOvermind, but when a show is bringing in the type of numbers that Fox’s Empire is, it deserves to be talked about. The Fox drama’s ratings went up yet again last night, as the series was watched by more than 14 million viewers (14.2 million, to be exact) and drew a 5.7 demo rating, increases of two and six percent, respectively. The craziest news regarding Empire, though, is that it boasted the highest demo rating for any regularly scheduled broadcast drama in over five years, since Grey’s Anatomy in 2009. Since its January premiere, Empire has seen its ratings grow from just around 10 million viewers and less than a 4.0 rating in the 18-49 demo to what it is producing now, increases of 43 and 50 percent, respectively, over the nine weeks it has aired on Fox. To further show the impressiveness of…

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- Chris King

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Black Jack Is After Claire and Jamie in These New Outlander Posters

5 March 2015 8:45 AM, PST

We’re only a month away from the return of Starz’s Outlander, and if there was any doubt in anyone’s mind that Black Jack Randall was going to be a major threat to both Claire and Jamie in the second half of the show’s first season, well, these all-new Outlander posters make it clear: Black Jack is indeed coming, and it’ll take a lot to stop him. The new Outander posters, which were released by Starz yesterday, tout the series’ return next month and act as mirror images to the key art that was used to promote the show’s premiere last year. In the first of the two posters below, you can see Claire standing next to Jamie again; however, instead of outstretching her hand, trying to reach Frank, Claire holds a knife in her hand now, ready to strike against Black Jack. Similarly, Jamie »

- Chris King

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When Is It Better Not To Binge-Watch Shows?

5 March 2015 7:30 AM, PST

We all know that we live in the age of binge-watching. The dawn of Netflix changed everything, as now to consume a past season of a show in one sitting, you no longer had to buy an expensive DVD box set. Past that, Netflix has made its own shows, debuting them all at once so even new programming can be viewed in one giant lump, if need be. This behavior has extended into traditional TV as well, however. For many shows now, rather than waiting for weekly installments, some viewers will choose to wait even longer. Wait until the season is done, and they can go back and binge-watch the entire thing later, either through DVR collection, Netflix/Amazon release, or old fashioned piracy. I’m doing this now with a few different shows. I caught up on the first half of this season of Agents of Shield, and now I will wait… »

- Paul

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The Best ‘Saved by the Bell’ Season 4 Episodes

5 March 2015 6:15 AM, PST

The excitement has finally died down after Jimmy Fallon hosted a reunion of sorts with the cast of Saved by the Bell on The Tonight Show in early February. The sketch depicted Fallon as a student at Bayside High School hanging out with Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez), Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley), and Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Thiessen).  Dennis Haskins even popped up and reprised his role as meddling Principal Mr. Belding. The reunion did not feature cameos from Lark Voorhies and Dustin Diamond, who played Lisa Turtle and Screech Powers, respectively. Over these past few weeks, some of us here at TVOvermind put on our stonewashed jeans and our best pairs of Cons and watched classic episodes of the series. This week, we will be picking out the three greatest episodes from the fourth and final season of Saved by the Bell. Season 4 was when we were… »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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Does The Atom Deserve His Own CW Spin-Off?

5 March 2015 6:02 AM, PST

The rumblings are growing louder than the next Arrow spin-off will be The Atom, starring Brandon Routh’s Ray Palmer. Deadline reports that the cast will actually be an amalgam of characters from both Arrow and The Flash, and will feature the likes of Victor Garber (the Martin Stein half of Firestorm), Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold) and somehow, inexplicably Caity Lotz (the [spoilers] deceased Sara Lance/original Black Canary). For as much as I very much want to see the DC TV universe expand, perhaps even more than the new movie universe, this idea is…perplexing to say the least. So far, the universe has grown in very logical and calculated ways. The character of Barry Allen was introduced on Arrow with the direct knowledge that he would indeed anchor his own spin-off. Supergirl is being crafted as an entirely separate show, which will very likely share the same universe as well. »

- Paul

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Zachary Quinto to Guest Star in Hannibal Season 3

4 March 2015 12:34 PM, PST

NBC’s Hannibal has landed itself a major guest star for its upcoming third season, and this actor is very familiar with playing a serial killer, since he did so himself on not just NBC’s Heroes but also FX’s American Horror Story. Zachary Quinto has signed on to guest star in Hannibal Season 3. As first reported by EW.com, Quinto “will appear in at least one episode of the third season as a patient of Bedelia’s (Gillian Anderson).” No other specific details about his character have been revealed. Quinto has had roles on many different series, from 24 to, as previously mentioned,  American Horror Story to, most recently, Girls. While he currently stars in NBC’s The Slap, the actor is probably best known for playing Spock in the J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek films and for his role as Sylar on the NBC superhero drama Heroes, a »

- Chris King

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Who Do You Think Will Die in The 100 Season 2 Finale?

4 March 2015 9:06 AM, PST

If you’ve been watching The CW’s The 100 this season (and really, why wouldn’t you be?), it’s been clear from pretty much the very first episode that Season 2 has been building to a major battle. Finally, after Bellamy shut down Mount Weather’s acid fog with the help of Raven and Wick in last week’s episode, the alliance of Sky People and Grounders are able to make their march towards the complex in what is sure to be a bloody and brutal fight to rescue their people. If you follow any of  The 100‘s writers on Twitter, many of them have been teasing this season’s two-part finale (which begins with “Blood Must Have Blood: Part One” tonight at 9 p.m. on The CW before concluding with “Part Two” next week) is sure to be both intense and heartbreaking. With those teases, the much anticipated battle ahead, »

- Chris King

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Joins Star Wars Rebels for Season 2

4 March 2015 7:27 AM, PST

Buffy’s joining the Star Wars universe? Apparently, the Force has awakened something inside Sarah Michelle Gellar, as the actress best known for her roles in series such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and CBS’ short-lived comedy The Crazy Ones, has joined Disney Xd’s Star Wars Rebels for its second season. The network made the announcement yesterday. Although the are currently no details yet available about what Gellar’s role will be on Star Wars Rebels, it is known that she will be a recurring player throughout the animated series’ second season, which is set to take place between the events of Star Wars Episodes III and IV, following the crew of the starship Ghost. “We’re thrilled to have Sarah Michelle Gellar on board for Season 2,” said Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni in a statement. “She is a true Star Wars Rebels fan and her passion »

- Chris King

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Survivor’s Remorse’s Mike Epps to Star in ABC’s Uncle Buck Pilot

4 March 2015 7:06 AM, PST

ABC has begun casting for its Uncle Buck pilot, and it has landed Survivor’s Remorse actor Mike Epps as its lead. Epps will play the title role in the Uncle Buck pilot, which will be a single-cam comedy inspired by the 1989 John Hughes film of the same name, which starred John Candy. The potential series focuses on a childish man who learns how to be an adult by taking care of his brother’s kids in a very childish way. In addition to Epps, it was also announced that Nia Long (House of Lies) has also been cast in Uncle Buck. She will be playing the strong-willed and intelligent wife of Buck’s brother. In addition to Survivor’s Remorse, Epps’ only other real TV credits are Real Husbands of Hollywood, The Boondocks, and a guest role in a first season episode of The Sopranos; he’s best known for his roles in movies, »

- Chris King

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The Best and Worst of Chandler’s Girlfriends on ‘Friends’

4 March 2015 12:33 AM, PST

With the release of Friends being on Netflix two months ago, some of us at TVOvermind have spent a lot of our free time watching episodes of the classic sitcom that starred Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and David Schwimmer. While watching some of these awesome episodes, we began to notice that the characters dated a lot. It is understandable because they were all attractive twenty-somethings when the show premiered back in 1994.  We thought it would be a fun idea to rank the boyfriends or girlfriends of each character for our readers’ to check out. Last week, we took a look at all of the women Joey Tribbiani dated during the comedy’s ten-season run (and you can take a look at the article by clicking here). This week, we will be analyzing and evaluating all the fictional women in Chandler Bings’ life, including Monica, »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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Community Season 6 Trailer: Watch Greendale Enter a New Dean-Mension

3 March 2015 10:27 AM, PST

My fellow Greendale Human Beings, the Community Season 6 trailer has arrived, and it is glorious. Despite yet another cast departure, with Yvette Nicole Brown exiting Community as a series regular in order to take care of her ailing father, and a move from NBC to Yahoo Screen, the three-minute long trailer (okay, well, technically, it’s two minutes and fifty-six seconds, but, you know, who’s counting?) feels like the same weird, lovable, and, of course, hilarious Community that we all know and love. Without giving away all the goodness in the trailer (and trust me, there’s a lot to look forward to), the video certainly gives a taste of what Community Season 6 will be like and how new cast members Criminal Minds‘ Paget Brewster and Enlisted‘s Keith David will fit into the group. Even from the short scenes we have with them, it’s clear that Dan Harmon and co. »

- Chris King

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Fxx Renews Man Seeking Woman for Season 2

3 March 2015 9:48 AM, PST

It looks like the romantic misadventures of Josh Greenberg are only just beginning. Fxx has renewed its freshman comedy series Man Seeking Woman for a second season, the cable network announced today. The surreal series, which stars Jay Baruchel as the unlucky-in-love Josh, will return for a 10-episode Season 2, set to premiere sometime in 2016. “Simon Rich has delivered an incredibly smart and original take on the search for love,” Nick Grad, president of original programing, FX Networks and FX Productions, said in a statement. “Critics and fans alike have embraced his unique storytelling, [Ep] Jon Krisel’s stunning visuals and the brilliant performances of Jay Baruchel, Eric André and the rest of the cast that has made Man Seeking Woman one of the best new comedies on television.” “Working on Man Seeking Woman has been the creative highlight of my life,” Simon Rich added in a statement of his own.…

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- Chris King

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Glee’s Jane Lynch to Be CBS’ Angel From Hell

3 March 2015 9:13 AM, PST

Though many have called Jane Lynch’s Glee character, Sue Sylvester, demonic over the show’s six seasons, the actress’s next character will apparently be a little less satanic and a little more angelic, as she has landed the title role in CBS’ upcoming pilot Angel From Hell. Per Deadline, Angel From Hell, which comes from writer and executive producer Tad Quill (Bent, Scrubs), will focus on the “brassy and flamboyant” Amy (who will be played by Lynch), who enters a young woman named Allison’s life, claiming to be her guardian angel. The pair form an unlikely friendship, but Allison remains unsure whether Amy is indeed an angel or just crazy. Angel From Hell is Lynch’s first major project since Glee wrapped production on its sixth and final season last month. Lynch won an Emmy for her role as Sue Sylvester during the show’s first season »

- Chris King

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Town Used in The Walking Dead Season 3 Up for Sale on eBay

3 March 2015 8:17 AM, PST

How would you like to own a piece of The Walking Dead memorabilia that you could be sure no one else in the world would own? Well, if you’re a big fan of the AMC zombie series and have the money to spend, you can purchase a town (well, part of a town) that was used in The Walking Dead Season 3 episode, “Clear.” Fans of the series will remember that “Clear” was a more character-based installment that centered on Rick, Carl, and Michonne and brought back the character of Morgan for the first time since the show’s pilot; it has been praised as one of the best hours of not only The Walking Dead Season 3 but of the entire series. As we first learned from our sister site Housely, nine buildings in downtown Grantville were purchased by former Grantville mayor Jim Sells out of foreclosure during the recession. »

- Chris King

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Arrow Is Starting to Go Off the Rails Thanks to Oliver’s Spinning Moral Compass

3 March 2015 8:07 AM, PST

We’ll get this out of the way now. I like Arrow. I’ve liked it for three years,  and I’ll like for three to seven more, depending how long a life the CW gives it. Judging by the fact that it’s spawned one spin-off with another to follow, I’m guessing the DC TV universe it started is going to be around a good long while, which is awesome. That doesn’t meant the show is without issues, and lately, it’s got quite a few. And the biggest problem with Arrow stems from something I’ve complained about since Season 2: Oliver’s weird, nonsensical moral compass. One of the things that attracted me to Arrow in the first place was when Oliver Queen came back to town and put on the hood, he was essentially the Punisher. Here’s a list of bad guys, let’s kill them all. »

- Paul

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