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‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Seasons 2 and 3 Were Unforgettable

25 May 2017 1:19 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

This week marks the tenth anniversary of the “Veronica Mars” finale, which we previously celebrated with a list of the 10 most amazing episodes from the show’s first season.

Read More: ‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Kristen Bell and Season 1 Were Perfect

While the first season of “Veronica Mars” was a pretty much perfect season of television, the following two seasons weren’t quite as consistent. However, there was still plenty to enjoy, including more mysteries, a Paul Rudd guest appearance, cameos by Kevin Smith and Joss Whedon, young Tessa Thompson and Krysten Ritter, and some truly dark twists and turns. You can experience it all now on go90.com, the show’s new streaming home, but for a quick taste of the best episodes from Seasons 2 and 3, check out the curated list below.

“Normal is the Watchword” (Season 2, Episode 1)

Written by: Rob Thomas

Directed by: John Kretchmer »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Seasons 2 and 3 Were Unforgettable

25 May 2017 1:19 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This week marks the tenth anniversary of the “Veronica Mars” finale, which we previously celebrated with a list of the 10 most amazing episodes from the show’s first season.

Read More: ‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Kristen Bell and Season 1 Were Perfect

While the first season of “Veronica Mars” was a pretty much perfect season of television, the following two seasons weren’t quite as consistent. However, there was still plenty to enjoy, including more mysteries, a Paul Rudd guest appearance, cameos by Kevin Smith and Joss Whedon, young Tessa Thompson and Krysten Ritter, and some truly dark twists and turns. You can experience it all now on go90.com, the show’s new streaming home, but for a quick taste of the best episodes from Seasons 2 and 3, check out the curated list below.

“Normal is the Watchword” (Season 2, Episode 1)

Written by: Rob Thomas

Directed by: John Kretchmer »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Kristen Bell and Season 1 Were Perfect

23 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In 2004, Upn debuted “Veronica Mars” to what quickly became an adoring audience. Three years later, after a chaotic run that involved a network change, the constant threat of cancellation and a thwarted attempt at a Season 4 set at FBI headquarters, the series came to a close.

Read More: The 20 Best TV Crime Shows of the 21st Century, Ranked

This week marks the 10 year anniversary of that last episode, and while it wasn’t the last we saw of Veronica (Kristen Bell) and her friends thanks to the 2014 feature film, the show’s cancellation stung. Fortunately, “Veronica Mars” now has a new, subscription-free streaming home at go90.com, making this the perfect time to revisit it.

For fans who might want to revisit the first season’s highs and lows, we’ve come up with a list of the ten best episodes that demonstrate why “Veronica Mars” remains gone but not forgotten. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Veronica Mars’: 10 Episodes That Prove Why Kristen Bell and Season 1 Were Perfect

23 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In 2004, Upn debuted “Veronica Mars” to what quickly became an adoring audience. Three years later, after a chaotic run that involved a network change, the constant threat of cancellation and a thwarted attempt at a Season 4 set at FBI headquarters, the series came to a close.

Read More: The 20 Best TV Crime Shows of the 21st Century, Ranked

This week marks the 10 year anniversary of that last episode, and while it wasn’t the last we saw of Veronica (Kristen Bell) and her friends thanks to the 2014 feature film, the show’s cancellation stung. Fortunately, “Veronica Mars” now has a new, subscription-free streaming home at go90.com, making this the perfect time to revisit it.

For fans who might want to revisit the first season’s highs and lows, we’ve come up with a list of the ten best episodes that demonstrate why “Veronica Mars” remains gone but not forgotten. »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Game of Thrones' Richard Madden Joins Amazon's Electric Dreams Anthology

18 May 2017 2:30 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Forget dragons and white walkers. For his next TV gig, Games of Thrones alum Richard Madden will find himself in a world full of another unique breed: mutant telepaths.

The actor will appear in a standalone episode of Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.

RelatedAmazon Greenlights Carnival Row Fantasy Series From Teen Wolf Ep

The installment, titled “The Hood Maker,” is set in a world without advanced technology. As such, mutant telepaths are humanity’s only mechanism for long distance communication. But when the public begins to embrace mysterious, telepath-blocking hoods, two detectives with »

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Dozens of TV Shows Canceled Across Networks Ahead of Upfronts

11 May 2017 12:50 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

It’s that time of year again. As the major networks prepare for annual upfront presentations in New York next week, they’re sharpening their axes, canceling shows left and right to make room for new titles in the fall. The house-cleaning includes both freshmen series like Fox’s trio of newcomers — “Son of Zorn,” “Making History,” and “APB” — bubble shows like “Sleepy Hollow,” and veterans like Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing” on ABC.

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Sleepy Hollow”: After developing a loyal fanbase, “Sleepy Hollow,” starring Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane, was canceled after four seasons. The supernatural drama saw its ratings drop sharply in Season 4, averaging a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demo and 1.9 million total viewers — down 40% in the demo and and 37% in viewers from the previous season.

Rosewood”: The police procedural drama, centered around a Miami pathologist played by Morris Chestnut, was axed after two seasons. The »

- Erin Nyren

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‘Master of None’ Returns, ‘I Love Dick’ Debuts, Plus More TV You Must See This Week

7 May 2017 10:38 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Another one of our favorite shows is back this week, as the whole of Master of None’s Season 2 hits Netflix, and one of the most hopeful new series of the year, Amazon’s I Love Dick, makes its leap from pilot to full first season the same day. There’s also the end of the first season of Riverdale, more Fargo and Better Call Saul, a must-see installment of Saturday Night Live, reason to check out the new sitcom Great News, and why we’re paying attention to the MTV Movie Awards this year.

To help you keep track of the most important programs over the next seven days, here’s our guide to everything worth watching, whether it’s on broadcast, cable, or streaming for May 7–13 (all times Eastern):

SUNDAY2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards (MTV, 8pm)

Yeah, it’s MTV, and yes they still have awards like “Best Kiss,” but »

- Christopher Campbell

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Early Pilot Buzz: What’s Heating Up for the 2017-2018 TV Season?

28 April 2017 1:45 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

With Upfronts still more than two weeks away, it’s still early in the decision-making process, but as the current broadcast season winds down, television executives are beginning to form opinions on the pilots in contention for their network’s 2017-2018 slate.

As always, a handful of projects are rising as early frontrunners, while others have not impressed with their first cuts and are in need of re-shoots and re-tooling. No stark trends have emerged across the broadcast networks, though there are a number of military-themed dramas, many female-led comedies and lighter one-hours in the works. In contrast to the past few pilot seasons, reboots are not as hot this year, though there are a few, such as the CW’s “Dynasty,” “S.W.A.T.” at CBS and “What About Barb” at NBC.

Of course, television executives and writers are all on edge with a possible WGA strike on the horizon, but »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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Hooked on a Feeling: Remembering Guardians of the Galaxy

28 April 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With the sequel on release now [read our review here], Sean Wilson casts his mind back to summer 2014 when the original Marvel adventure became the true underdog champ of blockbuster movies…

A kindly tree-like creature named Groot illuminates a series of spores, imbuing his superhero misfit buddies with a profound sense of wonderment. Tyler Bates’ score soars off the back of a beautifully managed synthetic/choral arrangement. The integration of CGI with physical actors is exquisitely handled. And it’s official: Guardians of the Galaxy has, against all the odds, become one of my favourite Marvel movies of all time.

Like many great movies, it’s tempting to begin midway through the action. But let’s back up a bit.

It’s July 2014. I’m more than midway through what has been an extremely strong year for cinema encompassing, among others 12 Years a Slave, Under the Skin, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Raid 2, »

- Sean Wilson

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 movie review: 2 same 2 spurious

27 April 2017 11:44 AM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

MaryAnn’s quick take… Thinks it’s edgy and transgressive, the punk little brother of all those other stodgy comic-book movies, but it isn’t. It’s just slightly more candy-colored. I’m “biast” (pro): big Sf geek

I’m “biast” (con): wasn’t crazy about the first movie

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

You were insufferable to start with,” groans Gamora, the badass green chick who should be the hero of the Guardians of the Galaxy series, but who must give way to Star-Lord, aka doofy Earther Peter Quill, because he’s the boy and the boy always gets to be the leader, even in space. She says this, rolling her eyes — and oh, I so sympathize with her, and no, that does not make this movie particularly “female friendly” — after a revelation about Peter’s parentage that is at the center of the tedious, »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 12 Review: These Boots Were Made for Stalking

25 April 2017 7:36 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Is anyone else getting serious Alison vibes from Addison?

Please don't tell me I was the only one.

On Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 12, Emily was tormented by a school girl who seemed to think she could lie that Emily was inappropriate with her. 

It was a horrible turn of events, and I genuinely felt bad for Emily. She knew she was on thin ice because of A helping her out with the whole college thing. 

That's a secret that will likely come out, but with A still calling the shots, there's no telling when it will. Paige has always been sketchy, but she seemed to be doing Emily a favor tonight. 

As much as she hates Alison with a passion, it's doubtful she would want any harm to come to Emily. I do think Paige should have taken Addison's claims to the principle before even consulting Emily. 

It's understandable »

- Paul Dailly

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‘Twin Peaks’ and Beyond: The Best Shows Inspired by David Lynch’s TV Phenomenon

19 April 2017 4:23 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s been more than 25 years since “Twin Peaks” first rocked ABC’s airwaves with the question of “Who killed Laura Palmer?” and made it clear that David Lynch was a master of television as well as film. While the auteur is returning with a revival series that picks up a quarter-century after the events of the original, we don’t have to only watch Showtime to get that “Twin Peaks” vibe.

Although the series only ran two seasons, the show has influenced countless of TV shows. The most obvious homages feature a central murder mystery that unearths the sordid underbelly of a small town. Wonderfully bizarre characters and dreamy, borderline nightmarish elements may also be hallmarks of a Lynchian homage.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: How David Lynch Kept Details of the Year’s Biggest Revival a Secret Even From His Own Cast

Most recently, The CW’s “Riverdale »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Twin Peaks’ and Beyond: The Best Shows Inspired by David Lynch’s TV Phenomenon

19 April 2017 4:23 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s been more than 25 years since “Twin Peaks” first rocked ABC’s airwaves with the question of “Who killed Laura Palmer?” and made it clear that David Lynch was a master of television as well as film. While the auteur is returning with a revival series that picks up a quarter-century after the events of the original, we don’t have to only watch Showtime to get that “Twin Peaks” vibe.

Although the series only ran two seasons, the show has influenced countless of TV shows. The most obvious homages feature a central murder mystery that unearths the sordid underbelly of a small town. Wonderfully bizarre characters and dreamy, borderline nightmarish elements may also be hallmarks of a Lynchian homage.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: How David Lynch Kept Details of the Year’s Biggest Revival a Secret Even From His Own Cast

Most recently, The CW’s “Riverdale »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Pretty Little Liars Recap: End Game On

18 April 2017 6:13 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Did anyone else scream “Jumanji!” during Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars premiere? … Oh, just me then?

RelatedPretty Little Liars Stars Talk ‘Really Sexy, Very Bloody’ Final 10 Episodes

After nine long months — you know, the same amount of time it takes to fully cook a child in the womb, or so I’ve read — Freeform’s crown jewel returned to kick off its final run. And the hour began with a special gift for the Liars: an inconceivably detailed board game, complete with a miniature replica of Rosewood and a piece representing each girl.

Spencer was the first to officially »

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'Pretty Little Liars' Final Season Premiere: A.D. Is Ready to Cause Chaos With a Board Game From Hell!

18 April 2017 4:30 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Warning: We’re about to freak out over the most jaw-dropping moment from Pretty Little Liars' final season premiere! If you do not want to be spoiled, leave town now! For everyone else…

We're back, bitches!

It's been 231 days since the last all-new episode of Pretty Little Liars, (heck yes we were counting!) and the dark drama returned with a vengeance on Tuesday night for its very last season premiere. There's only nine Pll episodes to go, and if they're each as insane as tonight's bombshell of an hour, then we're in for one hell of a final ride.

Here's everything you need to know…

More: The 13 Biggest Questions We Need Answered Before 'Pll' Ends!

With Noel's head (presumably) still bouncing around that abandoned school, the Liars were foolishly under the impression that their A-related nightmares were finally over.

Yeah right, Little Liars!

Just one week later, Spencer, Aria, Emily »

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TVLine Items: King Kong Coming to TV, Alec Baldwin Hosts Essentials and More

18 April 2017 12:40 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The Flash‘s Grodd may soon have some competition for TV’s Scariest Ape.

A contemporary, female-led King Kong Skull Island series is being developed by MarVista Entertainment and Im Global.

RelatedYour Guide to TV’s 100+ Reboots and Revivals: Knight Rider, Dynasty, Greek, L.A. Law, Twin Peaks and More

The project, which will feature a multicultural ensemble, explores the wonders and horrors of Skull Island and its origins.

Jonathan Penner and Stacy Title (The WB’s Lone Ranger pilot) will pen the drama, which has yet to be shopped to networks.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well… »

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My Costar, My Spouse: 15 Celeb Couples Who Took Their Romance to the Big Screen

3 April 2017 11:07 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A movie starring two famous actors who happen to be married in real-life: On paper, it sounds like it should be a sure-fire win. In reality? It’s not that simple.

It’s no wonder that famous couples might be hesitant to collaborate in a movie, even if it was guaranteed to smash the box office: Working with your spouse is hard, and it wouldn’t make it any easier to know that throngs of people would be examining the final product, looking for all possible glimpses into your personal life.

Occasionally, some famous couples have considered that possibility and decided, »

- Drew Mackie

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Smurfs: The Lost Village movie review: how do you solve a problem like Smurfette?

31 March 2017 8:22 AM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

MaryAnn’s quick take… An adventure crammed with junky slapstick and garish animation that seems to believe it is feminist, but only doubles down on Smurfily regressive notions of gender. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): hate the Smurfs

what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

The problem with the Smurfs — apart from the fiery rage they inspire to stomp them into blue goo, although perhaps that is not a problem per se — is Smurfette. (Typical: it’s always the woman who causes trouble.) Created by the evil wizard Gargamel out of clay — as opposed to whatever it is the Smurfs were created out of, and by whom — and sent into the Smurf village as a spy and to sow discord, she’s sort of the original sin of Smurfkind: it was only then, with a female suddenly among them, that the Smurfs realized they were male, »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Kristen Bell Reveals What Veronica Mars Was Supposed to Be Like in the Original Pitch

30 March 2017 8:29 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's been 30 years since screenwriter Rob Thomas came up with the idea for Veronica Mars and, after all this time, that original pitch has finally been unearthed.  Except, it wasn't about Veronica Mars at all. Instead, the 1996 "Untitled Teen Detective" treatment—intended to be a Ya novel at first—was centered around a 17-year-old boy named Keith in Austin, Texas. That's right, marshmallows—California's Veronica Mars didn't even exist.  Thanks to a new dramatic reading of the original pitch by Kristen Bell for Entertainment Weekly, we now know that much like Veronica, Keith worked with his dad at his private investigation »

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Guadalajara: Suspense Thriller ‘Veronica’ Adds Genre Gristle to Fest’s Mexican Lineup

15 March 2017 1:28 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Among the few genre films to vie for a Premio Mezcal for best Mexican movie, Guadalajara Int’l Film Fest official competition entry “Veronica” premieres March 15 at the festival with Mexican co-directors Carlos Algara and Alejandro Martinez and cast on hand.

Algara and Martinez have worked together for the past six years under their label The Visualists, where they produced ads, shorts and music videos, co-creating the TV series “Blue Demon” for Sony Pictures Television. The bio-series about iconic Mexican wrestler Alejandro Munoz Moreno airs on Televisa’s streaming service Blim, and Univision in the U.S.

Psychological thriller “Veronica” is their joint debut feature, a co-production with Juan Carlos Segura’s Producciones a Ciegas. Drama is filmed mostly in black and white as its two protagonists, a retired psychologist and her patient, face off in an isolated house. The film participated in the Berlinale European Film Market last month »

- Anna Marie de la Fuente

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