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New Reign Photos: Will Mary and Francis Reunite?

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Things have been incredibly difficult for Mary and Francis in Reign‘s second season. Since becoming the Queen and King of France after Henry’s death in the Season 1 finale, the couple has had to do its best to balance their duties to their country and their duties to one another as husband and wife. Unfortunately, Francis’s lies from earlier this season and the horrific rape that Mary suffered a few episodes ago have pushed the two of them apart for now. However, these new photos from upcoming episodes of Reign, “Sins of the Past,” airing on Feb. 5, and “The End of Mourning,” airing the following Thursday on Feb. 12, show them as a much happier, perhaps even stronger couple. One question remains, though: have Mary and Francis actually resolved their issues, or is this just an act they are putting on for the public? Elsewhere in the episodes, Conde… »

- Chris King

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New Glee Photos Preview a Tearful Rachel, Mercedes, Emma, and Kitty’s Returns

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After a great two-hour premiere and a very solid third episode, it appeared that Glee had truly found its groove again its final season. However, last week’s episode, “The Hurt Locker, Part One,” was one of the worst installments the series has ever produced, and it left me worried about the remainder of Season 6. Could this just be the version Glee we would be getting throughout the rest of the show’s final episodes? From the look of these new photos from Glee‘s next three episodes, “The Hurt Locker, Part Two” (Episode 5), “What the World Needs Now” (Episode 6), and “Transitioning” (Episode 7), I would say that is hopefully not the case. In the coming weeks, the series will be giving us the return of some beloved characters (Mercedes, Emma, and Kitty are all back and that makes me happy), some big group numbers from this season’s newbies, and maybe… »

- Chris King

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What We’re Anticipating In The Americans Season 3

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The Americans returns for its third season tomorrow night on FX, promising more of the same steamy, action-packed, wig-adorning espionage from the first two seasons. As a quick refresher before the season premiere, here’s what we’re looking forward to in season three of The Americans. The battle for Paige The closing moments of last spring’s finale brought an important conflict to light; the Soviets are not just interested in recruiting Russians to go undercover in America, but in creating a generational line of spies who are raised by Russian spies as American children, then turned to “the cause” in their teenage years. Season two of The Americans focused on one specific, tragic case of that – and after it was all said and done, Claudia showed up to remind Elizabeth and Phillip that their child was next, something neither parent took well to, even though they’ve struggled »

- Randy Dankievitch

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New Vampire Diaries Photos: Elena, Damon, and Jeremy Try to Contact Bonnie, Stefan Helps Caroline Cope

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Well, from the looks of these new photos from next week’s (not this week’s) episode of The Vampire Diaries, airing on Feb. 5, it sure seems like things will be getting emotional on the series. But hey, a little death and sadness is nothing new for our favorite supernatural friends in Mystic Falls, is it? In this upcoming episode of The Vampire Diaries, which is titled “The Day I Tried to Live,” it’s Bonnie’s birthday, and she still has not yet returned to the present, making Jeremy pretty set on not celebrating her special day, despite Elena and Damon insisting that they should. Eventually, the three of them are able to use the newly repaired ascendant to try to contact Bonnie, but, as you can see from the picture of the three of them above, it doesn’t exactly go as planned. Could they have unlocked some sort of other dark, »

- Chris King

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Nick Jonas Joins Fox’s Scream Queens

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The all-star cast for Fox’s Scream Queens continues to grow, and it’s not done adding big names. Singer-songwriter and actor Nick Jonas has signed on for the first season of the comedy-horror anthology series in a recurring role. No specific details about Jonas’s Scream Queens role have been revealed yet. He joins an already stacked cast that includes Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Emma Roberts (American Horror Story: Freak Show), Joe Manganiello (True Blood, Magic Mike), Lea Michele (Glee), Academy Award nominee Abigail Breslin (Little Miss SunshineZombieland), and Keke Palmer (Masters of Sex), who will all be taking on starring roles in the show’s first season. Meanwhile, Grammy-nominated pop star and actress Ariana Grande will, like Jonas, appear on the series in a recurring role. Jonas’s past TV credits include his starring role in DirecTV’s Mma drama Kingdom and guest appearances on Hawaii Five-0 »

- Chris King

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Five New Shows to Check Out Over the Next 30 Days

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With the debut of multiple exciting new series (plus the return of many existing favorites), February truly marks the beginning of 2015’s spring season. Here are five new shows to check out over the next month. Jan. 29: Fortitude (Pivot) Though Fortitude sounds like yet another Twin Peaks iteration, with a touch of Fargo thrown in for good measure, it could be a promising new show for the dual venture between Pivot and Sky. Starring Stanley Tucci as a detective flown into a small Artic town to assist Richard Romer with a murder investigation (and also featuring Michael Gambon and Jessica Raine), Fortitude doesn’t appear to be some half-baked attempt at entering the scripted television game. Feb. 4:  Fresh Off the Boat (ABC) (regularly Tuesdays at 8pm, beginning Feb. 10) From the mind of Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23 creator Nahnatchka Khan comes one of the spring’s most promising new, »

- Randy Dankievitch

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Saved by the Bell’

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Can you believe that it has been over 25 years since the first episode of Saved by the Bell aired on television back on August 20, 1989?  It would be even longer than that if you include the Good Morning Miss Bliss episodes that aired on the Disney Channel from 1988 – 1989. Saved by the Bell grew to become the most popular live action children’s show on Saturday morning and started the television careers of Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, and Tiffani Thiessen.  The show would last through 1993 and would have two spin-off shows.  Saved by the Bell: The College Years aired on primetime and was cancelled after 18 episodes, while Saved by the Bell: The New Class would last for seven seasons, though the cast would continue to change every year.  You may think you know a lot about this classic sitcom, but here are ten things you may…

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- Tim Gerstenberger

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The Flash Spoilers: What Secret About Wells Does the Pied Piper Know?

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Tomorrow night’s episode of The Flash will welcome another infamous comic book villain to face off against the Scarlet Speedster: Hartley Rathaway, aka the Pied Piper (played by Broadway star Andy Mientus). From the recently released photos from the episode, titled “The Sound and the Fury,” it looks like Barry will certainly have his hands full when battling his newest foe; however, if this new, just-released clip is any indication, it may be the emotional blows that Rathaway delivers to Barry that are the most dangerous, as he teases him with a secret that he knows about his former mentor Harrison Wells. While we, the audience, all know that Wells is hiding his true identity, Reverse-Flash, Barry, at least this moment, has no idea that his friend (as we heard him call Wells in last week’s episode) is actually his nemesis. Will Rathaway be able to give Barry some new information… »

- Chris King

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Live-Action X-Men TV Show In the Works At Fox

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As superheroes are invading the big screens with at least four or five major films coming out over the next couple of years, the comic book genre is also starting to grow on television A few months ago, there were rumors about a possible X-Men TV show from Fox coming to the network after the major success of X-Men: Days of Future Past that essentially soft-rebooted the film franchise, and today TV Insider broke the scoop that the chairmen of Fox Entertainment, Gary Newman and Dana Walden, informed reporters at the recent Television Critics Association that they are in fact in early development of a series based on the mutants. However, unlike with the rights for the movie franchise that 20th Century Fox owns, there might be a hinder when it comes to the television side of things. According to TV Insider, Marvel would need to approve a TV-show about X-Men. »

- Andy

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Doctor Who’s David Tennant Joins Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones

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The next Netflix series in Marvel’s lineup after Marvel’s Daredevil (which debuts in April) is Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones, starring Kristen Ritter and Mike Colter as Jessica Jones and Luke Cage (whose series is said to be the fourth in the line-up). Today, Marvel made a major casting announcement when it revealed that Doctor Who’s David Tennant has been cast Kilgrave, the main villain of A.K.A. Jessica Jones’ first season. Kilgrave, also known as Purple Man in Marvel Comics, is described on the show as “An enigmatic figure from Jessica’s past, Kilgrave’s reappearance will send shockwaves through the former super hero’s world.” “I’m so honored and excited by the prospect of David inhabiting this multifaceted character,” said Melissa Roesenberg, A.K.A. Jessica Jones showrunner and executive producer. “He can deliver the most heart-wrenching moment to the driest of lines, and all points in between. »

- Andy

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Five Ways to Fix Sleepy Hollow

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One of the biggest (and best) surprises of the 2013-14 TV season was the success of Fox’s supernatural series Sleepy Hollow. When news of the show first broke, many critics poked fun at it, claiming that it was too insane, too ridiculous to work on a broadcast network. However, Sleepy Hollow not only attracted a pretty large audience for Fox during its freshman run, but it also received almost universal critical acclaim. It was dubbed a fun and exciting supernatural thrill ride led by two actors that had fantastic chemistry together (seriously, Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie were and still are great). Unfortunately, after a very good premiere and couple of solid episodes to start its second season, Sleepy Hollow has fallen victim to the dreaded “sophomore slump,” as the series has gotten mangled in its own overly-complicated mythology, and characters with new, expanded roles that have yet to fully… »

- Chris King

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Zachary Quinto Not Returning As Sylar for Heroes Reborn

26 January 2015 8:42 AM, PST

Heroes will be reborn without Sylar. Zachary Quinto, who played the infamous villains on the NBC superhero drama throughout its four-season run, has revealed that he will not be returning for the network’s 13-episode, standalone miniseries Heroes Reborn. “No, I’m not going back,” Quinto told BuzzFeed’s Kate Aurthur this week at Sundance. “I talked to them about it, and [Heroes creator] Tim [Kring] reached out to me when they decided they were going to do it. We had a great conversation. It was such a meaningful experience for me—I loved that job, I loved those people. I just felt like I didn’t want to go back to it. “Tim was very, very understanding,” he continued. “I’m thrilled that they’re doing it. I’m thrilled that Jack Coleman is going back to it. It’s a great thing to be a part of. I just felt like »

- Chris King

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Watch the First Full Minute of Outlander’s April Premiere

26 January 2015 8:12 AM, PST

If you’re an Outlander fan (like myself), you’ve been counting down the days until the show’s return in April. Now, though, Starz has made the never-ending wait (a little over two months left!) a wee bit easier by giving viewers a sneak peak at the first full minute of Outlander‘s mid-season premiere. The scene, which premiered on Saturday night before the season premiere of Starz’s pirate drama Black Sails, is a major change in point-of-view for Outlander fans, as for the first and only time, Jamie (Sam Heughan) will be narrating an episode instead of Claire (Caitriona Balfe). The very introspective clip finds Jamie alone, skipping stones across a stream, wondering about the choices he has made in life. “I’ve always known I’ve lived a life different from other men,” he says. “And when I was a lad, I saw no path before me. »

- Chris King

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How Will Syfy’s ‘The Expanse’ Deal With the Unusual Structure of the Book Series?

26 January 2015 7:39 AM, PST

With four books down and a fifth one on the way this summer, SyFy has a lot of source material to work with in James S.A. Corey’s The Expanse series, which they’re adapting into their latest sci-fi outing. When I heard the series was being given the small screen treatment, I’ll admit I was a touch disappointed that A) it wasn’t a film series instead and B) it was on Syfy and not somewhere like HBO or AMC. Perhaps that’s unfair, but these days it’s hard to remember the Syfy was once the network that gave us Battlestar Galactica. Even in a recent “return to sci-fi roots” push with a huge host of new sci-fi shows, I’d argue that so far none have managed to capture that Galactica magic. Perhaps The Expanse can change that. Syfy has debuted its first official trailer for the show, »

- Paul

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SAG Awards 2015: Orange Is the New Black Wins Big, Kevin Spacey and Viola Davis Winners As Well

26 January 2015 7:15 AM, PST

Last night, the 2015 SAG Awards, which aired on both TBS and TNT, honored a lot of newer series. Shows like Orange Is the New BlackHouse of Cards, and How to Get Away With Murder beat out longer-running series like Modern Family, Homeland, and Game of Thrones for many of the night’s top acting prizes, and somewhat shockingly, Matthew McConaughey, who many (including myself) had originally predicted would sweep any and all acting categories with his performance in HBO’s True Detective, came up empty again last night. Here’s the full list of winners (for both TV and film) from the 2015 SAG Awards (the winners’ names are bolded): Drama Ensemble  Boardwalk Empire Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Homeland House of Cards Drama Actress Claire Danes, Homeland Viola Davis, How to Get Away With Murder Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey Robin Wright, »

- Chris King

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The Best Six Episodes of Adventure Time Season 6

26 January 2015 6:31 AM, PST

I’ll be the first to tell you that I don’t understand the scheduling of Cartoon Network TV shows, but when there are new episodes of my favorite shows I just go with it. My personal favorite (and I’m sure it’s many others’ favorite as well) is Adventure Time,  which began its sixth season in April and has continued it into the new year, with “Astral Plane” airing just this past Thursday. If you haven’t been able to keep up with the crazy scheduling of some of the episodes this season but still want to catch up before Season 6 ends, don’t worry. I’ve seen every single episode and compiled this handy list, a cheat sheet of sorts, that can help anyone see all the highlights from this season so far. These are the six best episodes of Adventure Time Season 6. “Breezy” Finn’s flower »

- Dara Driscoll

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The Best Sitcoms of Tgif

26 January 2015 5:49 AM, PST

This year ABC decided to dub their Thursday night drama block Tgit, which stands for Thank Goodness it’s Thursday. And who could blame them? The alphabet network has the hottest lineup that evening with Shonda Rhimes’ series Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and the new hit How to Get Away With Murder. This is not the first time that ABC has used that phrase. In the late 80’s, the network began airing a two hour comedy block on Friday’s called Tgif. It was so popular with families that it ran from 1989 until 2000. ABC tried to try it out again in 2003; however, its run would be short-lived and only last for two television seasons.  Tgif included many of your favorite comedies from the 90’s. Here is a look at some of your favorites that include an annoying neighbor, a blended family similar to The Brady Bunch, and a teenage boy trying to survive middle school, »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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