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Looks Like the One Tree Hill Cast Is Still As Close As Ever

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A lot of TV series always describe how close they are, that the cast and crew are truly family on set and would do anything for each other. However, with people having so many different types of personalities and actors having to spend close to 18 hours on set some days, you’ve got to wonder if what they are saying is always true. Well, for the cast of One Tree Hill, the fact that they were and still are a family certainly appears to be the truth from these photos posted to Instagram by Brooke Davis herself, Sophia Bush. Bush, Bethany Joy Lenz (who played Haley James Scott), Hilarie Burton (Peyton Sawyer), James Lafferty (Nathan Scott) and Paul Johansson (Dan Scott) all reunited this weekend at a One Tree Hill convention in Paris. Bush first teased the One Tree Hill family reunion on Friday with a #FlashbackFriday photo of her and Burton… »

- Chris King

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David Simon Discusses The Wire’s Political Spin-Off That HBO Killed

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The West Wing  meets The Wire? It’s not as ridiculous as it may sound, and it almost happened, if David Simon had his way. In about the middle of The Wire’s five season run, there were plans to have a political spin-off starring none other than Petyr Baelish himself, Aiden Gillen. Whoops, I mean Tommy Carcetti. Simon explains to Buzzfeed exactly what that might have looked like: “We were actually trying to spin off the city hall show and do a political show,” Simon revealed to BuzzFeed News, explaining it would’ve focused on Aiden Gillen’s politician Tommy Carcetti. “We wrote a bunch of scripts that would spin off after Season 3 of ‘The Wire.’ But HBO said, ‘No, we only want one show that nobody is watching in Baltimore, not two!’ ” For as much acclaim as The Wire has, this does actually make sense. It was hardly one of HBO’s… »

- Paul

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Who Should Play the Family Guy Characters in a Live-Action Episode?

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It looks to be that Family Guy is here to stay. After being cancelled twice, the animated sitcom is now currently in its thirteenth season and is an integral part of Fox’s Sunday night lineup. This season even started with a very awesome crossover episode with The Simpsons that featured an epic fight between show patriarch’s Peter Griffin and Homer Simpson. So what is next for the comedy? Sopranos‘ alum Tony Sirico will back, but will be not be reprising his role of Vinny the Dog. He will be playing a heightened version of himself in a live sequence. We at TV Overmind were thinking. What if Seth MacFarlane decided to have an completely live action episode. What a great idea, right? We decided to help MacFarlane out and cast the episode for him. You will see a lot of big names on the list, but we have »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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Boardwalk Empire 5.07 Review: “Friendless Child”

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I don’t cry too often when watching television, and I don’t think I’ve ever started to tear up once during an episode of Boardwalk Empire, not even when Richard Harrow met his poetically tragic end in the closing moments of season four or during Chalky’s final scene in last Sunday’s episode. However, I’d be lying if I said that the ending montage to “Friendless Child” didn’t make me incredibly emotional. For the first time throughout the show’s run, Boardwalk Empire had me on the verge of tears, and it was due to what I originally thought was this season’s biggest weakness becoming its greatest strength. I’m talking, of course, about the flashbacks to Nucky’s past, which throughout the first four episodes of season five, I found to be the least interesting parts of Boardwalk Empire’s swan song. How »

- Chris King

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Doctor Who 8.09 Review: Flatline

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This week’s episode of Doctor Who may have been one of the most brilliant episodes of Series 8 so far as the companion gets to step in big time. The concept for “Flatline” was mysterious creatures from a “2D Universe” that were trying to understand our 3D universe. Some of the best mysteries of Doctor Who are whenever the monster of the week isn’t 100% clear. The whole deal with the Tardis’ exterior shrinking was hilarious, but it was also a great way to give Clara the opportunity to be the prime focus of the episode. Jenna Coleman has been one heck of an addition to the Doctor Who universe so it was greatly appreciated that she got to do so much in this episode. Seeing her as “Doctor Oswald” was outstanding and even though she was communicating with the Doctor the whole time, you got to see her having… »

- Andy

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