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This week on The CW’s The Flash, Caitlin asked her mom for help with her frosty problem, Julian warmed up to Barry and Team Flash learned a cold, hard truth (or two) about H.R. Wells.
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Cold Comfort | Chilled by the gradual manifestation of her latent powers, Caitlin sought out her scientist mom, Dr. Carla Tannhauser, for help in treating them. As hinted in the past, things are cool between the women, dating back to when Caitlin’s father got sick, and how after he died, Carla buried herself in work. »
From the warped minds of The League of Gentlemen’s Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith comes a dark anthology series dealing in various twisted tales. Some scary, some sad, and some just plain weird, but all take place Inside No. 9.
Of course being an anthology series, I won’t discuss the plots in detail and will refrain from spoilers;, instead I’ll try to explain why this series is easily one of the most innovative and interesting shows to air on a mainstream broadcaster like the BBC.
All episodes feature different stories, with the only linking factor being that they take place within a house, room or flat listed as No.9. The episodes jump around with regards to tone which gives the series the feeling of freshness with each new episode, with »
- Graeme Robertson
Accidental president. Vietnam. Civil Rights Act. Bully. This is Lyndon B. Johnson’s legacy, or at least how he’s often remembered. New HBO film All the Way seeks to illuminate many sides of the man who stepped into the highest office in the land after John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Bryan Cranston plays Lbj in the film, premiering on HBO tonight, following his Tony-winning turn as the president in All the Way on Broadway. After he’d already done extensive research and study of the play’s text (itself thoroughly researched by playwright Robert Schenkkan), Cranston went on a second visit to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum in Austin, TX, and that’s where the person of Lbj really clicked for the actor. “The character is always outside of you until you hopefully allow it to seep in. Then it becomes a part of you,” Cranston told HitFix. »
- Emily Rome
3 items from 2016
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