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CW has released their prime time listing for the week of February 9th and it has some action packed for it. The Flash will deal with possible nuclear issues and mete-humans. The Vampire Diaries may be saying goodbye to Jeremy that week as well for good while he leaves Mystic Falls. Then we also see the other shows with new episodes and even a Friday night movie with Aubrey Plaza. Here is the official listing.
Monday, February 9
“The Devil is Damned” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. Et) (Content Rating Tbd) (HDTV)
Family Is Power — More dangerous than ever, Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) remains one step ahead after joining forces with a powerful figure from his past. As the threat to Hope’s life grows stronger, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) realizes he has no choice but to place his trust in his siblings to ensure she remains protected. Meanwhile, »
- Sarah Peel
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Boy will be produced by Lakeshore Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment.
It is believed a shooting start date is set for March in British Columbia.
Stacey Menear has written the script, which focuses on a nanny (Cohan) who is hired to care for a lifelike doll by a couple who treat it as a real child.
The pair use it as a coping mechanism to deal with the death of their young son, but with strange happenings occurring the nanny starts to believe the doll is alive.
The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan has signed on to star in the upcoming horror-thriller The Boy from Lakeshore Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment. While the actress has appeared in features such as last year's Reach Me and 2010's Death Race 2, The Boy will mark her first leading role in a feature.
The story centers on a young nanny (Lauren Cohan), who has been tasked with caring for a lifelike doll by a strange couple, who use it as a coping mechanism following the death of their young son. The nanny eventually starts to believe more and more that this doll is actually alive.
William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside, Wer) is directing from a screenplay by Stacey Menear. Lakeshore's Gary Lucchesi and Tom Rosenberg are producing alongside Jim Wedaa and Vertigo's Roy Lee and Adam Stone. Production is scheduled to begin this March in British Columbia.
Lauren Cohan has »
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How is Once Upon a Time turning the tables? Will a Grey’s Anatomy secret keep? How will Sweets return on Bones? Who’s in a “bad place” on The Following? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Is there any chance for Captain Swan scoop from Once Upon a Time? I miss them dearly! –Sarah
Series cocreator Adam Horowitz tells me that when Season 4B arrives on March 1, “The tables are turned” for the Storybrooke lovebirds when “Hook, after having Emma return his heart, will now have to fight to protect Emma’s heart. »
Although much of this season of Supernatural has been about Dean’s struggle with the Mark of Cain, it looks like his issues will be taking a backseat in Tuesday’s all-new episode, “There’s No Place Like Home,” when Charlie (Felicia Day) returns from Oz. However, while Charlie’s last appearance in the Season 9 episode “Slumber Party” was whimsy and fun (so very “Charlie”), the photos from “There’s No Place Like Home” (especially the one above) hint that her return may be a much darker installment of Supernatural. In the episode, Sam and Dean seek out Charlie after they discover a violent video of her “beating up a district attorney” online. Did something happen to her while she was in Oz? Is something after her now? From the looks of these pictures, there’s certainly something dangerous going on, something that can threaten all three of their lives. »
- Chris King
Director: Chad Archibald
Running Time: 87 Minutes
With worldwide movie audiences currently tackling the issues of Back To The Future 2’s disappointingly inaccurate 2015 predictions and The Interview’s disastrous theatrical run…it seems that this year may hold few cinematic surprises in the grand scheme of things. After all, in a world overloaded with productions of every genre, this would lead many to predict that an alien-related narrative would be the last to offer anything remotely in the way of originality. However, despite the fact that some viewers may assume they have had their fair share of extra-terrestrial outings on the big and small screen, Ejecta offers genuinely intriguing material, as well as some exciting performances from some criminally unknown actors.
From the very beginning of Ejecta, it is clear that the film has taken strong »
- Ben Read
The sad fact with As If, is that it is almost impossible to track down today. The show has never been released on DVD, due to a copyright issue with the music. Without the music, it simply wouldn't be As If.
"Given the choice between no music so we can release the DVD, I'd choose the music," said Caroline Chikezie (Sasha). "They used to say the music was the seventh cast member, it was so important. It just took it to a whole new level. I guess it's worth not having a DVD release just to keep the music."
Supernatural's extended family comes under more pressure after Dean Winchester's dalliance with the dark side in its latest episode...
This review contains spoilers.
10.10 The Hunter Games
When we last saw the brothers Winchester, the obtuse angel and the King of Hell, Dean had just gone postal on a room full of people, Sam was rightly perturbed, Castiel was dealing with his host's teenage daughter and Crowley is dealing with Mummy Dearest whilst trying to remain in charge. After the now customary 'The Road So Far', set to Elo's Long Black Road (the music has been really excellent this season), we check back in with everyone dealing with the fallout from Dean's bloodbath. The boys are in agreement; the Mark of Cain needs to go, but unfortunately, the only person they know who can help is Metatron, as I'm sure you remember, the angel responsible for killing Dean.
There's all »
Official photos from the 11th episode of Supernatural season 10, "There's No Place Like Home," airing Tuesday, January 27 at 9pm on the CW.
Official synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padalecki) is scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and comes across a video of Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) beating up a district attorney. Dean (Jensen Ackles) suspects she?s back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they are shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz." »
Arriving fashionably late to the party is the speciality of these female TV characters. They’re not the Cousin Olivers or the Scrappy Doos of the television world, but the regulars and recurring roles who enter a show once it’s established and help it on its way to greatness. Their respective shows may not have known they needed them right at the start, but they soon proved themselves indispensable and much-loved parts of their TV universes.
From Paige Matthews to Winifred Burkle, Ro Laren and more then, let’s celebrate the women whose appearance in our favourite shows were better late than never...
Kitty Winter – Elementary
When she arrived: season three episode one, Enough Nemesis To Go Around.
Now that the initial overcrowding issue has »
Last night, CW released the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 11 of season 10, and it gives us new looks at the usually nice and funny Charlie Bradbury showing back up from Oz, seemingly wanting to get her fight on with Dean, and that's exactly what she gets too, and more! The episode is titled, "There's No Place Like Home." In the new, 11th episode official plotline: "Charlie will return from Oz. Synopsis number 2: Sam will be scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and comes across a video of Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) beating up a district attorney. Dean will suspect she's back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they will be shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz. Phil Sgriccia directed this episode, »
- Andre Braddox
We don’t know if it’s just us, but “Supernatural” has been feeling a bit stale as of late; and when we got word earlier this month that Felicia Day would be reprising her role as Charlie for Episode 10.11, that… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the 11th episode of season 10 of Supernatural, ?The Hunter Games.? Also, check out my recap of this episode.
Official Synopsis from the CW: ?After the massacre at the ranch, Dean (Jensen Ackles), Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Castiel (Misha Collins) double their efforts to find a cure for the Mark of Cain but there is nothing in the lore that can help them. Desperate, Castiel comes up with an idea that Sam deems the "single worst idea I've ever heard." Meanwhile, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) continues to plot against Crowley (Mark Sheppard), and Castiel tries to mend his relationship with Claire (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) who is plotting revenge against Dean for killing her friend.? »
This week on The CW’s The Flash, as Central City weathered both a nasty cold front and a gnarly heat wave, the scarlet speedster (as well as Cisco) lent a helping hand. Meanwhile, Caitlin made a curious discovery about her “dead” fiance’s new name.
“Revenge of the Rogues,” perhaps more than any episode to date, played like a live-action comic book – which is a good, good thing. As previously chronicled on these pages, I’ve always been a fan of the comics’ Captain Cold, so every moment in which Wentworth Miller let loose with the cold gun was pure joy. »
Recently, TV Line talked with Supernatural executive producer, Robbie Thompson, and he spilled some very interesting spoiler scoopage for the back half of the current season 10. It turns out that we're going to see some very dangerous things go down with Charlie's return from Oz as something has apparently followed her. Dean will have more problems than ever before with that pesky Mark Of Cain, and more. In their spoiler report, here's what they had to say: "After the fall finale's blood bath, the Mark of Cain promises to be an even bigger issue than ever for Dean. Maybe Cain, himself, can help with that when Timothy Omundson (Psych) reprises his role? Also, Felicia Day's Charlie returns from Oz "under precarious circumstances," co-executive producer Robbie Thompson previews. "She's brought something back that's very dangerous. She teams up with the boys to track that dangerous thing down and hunt with them, »
Recently, CW released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 11 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "There's No Place Like Home," and it turns out that we're going to see Felicia Day's Charlie Bradbury make a come back from the land of Oz. However, there's going to be trouble following her, and more! In the new, 11th episode press release: Charlie is going to return from Oz. Press release number 2: Sam (Jared Padalecki) will be scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and is going to come across a video of Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) beating up a district attorney. Dean (Jensen Ackles) is going to suspect she's back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they are going to be shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz. »
Start preparing yourselves now, Supernatural fans...there's a "pretty dramatic" twist coming up for Dean (Jensen Ackles). But please don't shoot the messenger—those are executive producer Jeremy Carver's words, not ours! When we got the Supernatural boss on the line to dish on what's coming for the long-running CW series when it returns for the midseason premiere, he revealed that when Cain (Tim Omundson) does return, he's going to shed some light on the Mark of Cain and what it means for Dean. "Dean's interaction with Cain will have a profound effect on Dean, how he thinks about the mark, and how he thinks about himself with the mark," Carver tells E! »
Stars: Julian Richings, Adam Seybold, Lisa Houle, Mark Gibson, Justin Darmanin, Ry Barrett, Ari Millen, Cat Hostick, Tony Burgess, Jason David Brown, Matt Griffin | Written by Tony Burgess | Directed by Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele
Aliens can be annoying, especially with all the probing and implanting they seem to do. Ejecta features a character that shows just why this is the case, especially if the aliens use the victims head as a radio conductor for their conversations. When people who complain about such things are normally seen as crazy, what happens if they are telling the truth? Then you get a film like Ejecta.
Ejecta focuses on William Cassidy (Julian Richings) who at the beginning of the film is captured by an anonymous group wanting to know the truth about the aliens he says he has encountered. Watching footage found recorded by still missing Joe Sullivan (Adam Seybold) featuring the recent actions of the duo Dr. »
- Phil Wheat
Sam Winchester is having a change of heart.
As Dean struggles with the effects of the Mark of Cain on Supernatural (returning Tuesday at 9/8c on The CW), the younger hunter will have to reevaluate his beliefs in order to help his brother.
Photos Winter TV Spoiler-palooza! Your Scoop-Filled Guide to 27 Returning Favorites
Tvline | How do Cas and Sam react to Dean having left this trail of dead bodies in his wake? »
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