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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 10 Review: The Truth

What an ending!!

Obviously we knew that we were going to find out who Kate's killer was on Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 10, but there was no way of predicting the final moments.

The revelations didn't stop coming in the finale of Secrets and Lies. Not only did we find out who killed Kate, and why they did it. We also were given the reunion between Danny and Rachel, that admittedly no one was interested in. Patrick finally came around to remembering about his mother, and Amanda received some bittersweet news of her own.

Amanda killed Kate in a fit of hormonal rage. Did any of you see that coming?.

Secrets and Lies Season 2 was difficult at times, because there were so many characters and so many suspects. It was hard to pinpoint who could have been the killer, and it was difficult to rule anyone out completely. 

The only
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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 9 Review: The Brother

Holy S%#&! 

Did anyone see the "secret family" revelation coming? 

It's as common a trope as anything, especially when you have a wealthy family involved, and yet I was as blindsided as poor Eric!

Many of the pieces started clicking together like a  jig-saw puzzle on Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 9, especially when it came to John Warner.

Eric Warner was having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.

It was almost laughable to count all the bombs that were dropped in this hour.

We've been waiting all season to make sense of half the things that they've thrown our way. I still maintain that there was too much going on, but I'm at least grateful that they got around to explaining why we were presented with certain storylines that seemed pointless.

And it seriously has only been Three Weeks since Kate was killed? I loved when the D.
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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 8 Review: The Racket

Whaaatt?!!

There were a few surprises on Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 8. There were also a few things that weren't much a surprise. That reveal at the end for instance. 

We've all been pretty much super suspicious of John Warner, so that ending was more like confirmation than anything else. The real question is whether he is really the blackmailer. If he is the blackmailer than why?

The rest of the episode revolved around Eric, Patrick, Melanie, and flashbacks.

Things I'm not a fan of? Unnecessary flashbacks. There were so many of them in the episode, and to be honest, most of them served no real purpose for the plot or the narrative so it felt like a filler episode before the finale.

Did we need to see a flashback of Danny with his daughter when she was 10? No. Did we really need the flashback to up the young Warner children to up the angst?
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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 7 Review: The Statement

In spite of a few bumps and bruises, Secrets and Lies has gotten so much better since the first season!

My complaint that there are too many characters and too many plots crammed into every episode still stands. At this point, it should just go without saying. A lot of it still works, however.

As usual, a lot of revelations were made on Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 7. John returned, Cornell had personal family issues, and Patrick proved that he is in fact the problem child of the Warner family. 

It's almost impossible to believe that so much s#!t could be going on with everybody in Eric's life without him freaking knowing about it! How?! How can someone be so oblivious to everything? You know nothing Eric Warner!

Let's just list the things he didn't know about his family and close ones in this one episode:

He didn't know
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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 3 Review: The Liar

Guys, I might need to make a chart of some sort just so I can keep up with all of the names and people that come up on this show! Sheesh!

Liam, Danny, Shane. and Tina were thrown into the mix, to make this already complicated and confusing mystery, all the more complicated and confusing.

Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 3 was a bit slower than previous episodes, as it primarily focused on figuring out just what happened to Kate's assistant, Liam. 

Every time it feels like we have a handle on the oh so mysterious Kate Warner, they throw something in to make us question her and whether or not she was a good person. I give the show kudos for that.

I constantly find myself going back and forth on whether or not Kate was genuine or if she was up to no good. For the most part it
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Arizona Republic's Mic-Drop Endorsement of Hillary Clinton Is Latest Case of Stalwart Conservatives Crossing Over to Democrat Side

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Arizona Republic's Mic-Drop Endorsement of Hillary Clinton Is Latest Case of Stalwart Conservatives Crossing Over to Democrat Side
On Wednesday, the Arizona Republic newspaper endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. And while their readership may be a fraction of the New York Times's, their endorsement of Clinton is far more significant: Since the paper was first published more than 120 years ago, back in 1890, its editorial board has never thrown its weight behind a Democratic candidate. That's right: not Roosevelt, not Kennedy, not Carter, not the first Clinton - not even President Obama. Its history, the paper said, "reflects a deep philosophical appreciation for conservative ideals and Republican principles." But "this year is different," the paper's editorial board wrote. "The
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Arizona Republic's Mic-Drop Endorsement of Hillary Clinton Is Latest Case of Stalwart Conservatives Crossing Over to Democrat Side

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Arizona Republic's Mic-Drop Endorsement of Hillary Clinton Is Latest Case of Stalwart Conservatives Crossing Over to Democrat Side
On Wednesday, the Arizona Republic newspaper endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. And while their readership may be a fraction of the New York Times's, their endorsement of Clinton is far more significant: Since the paper was first published more than 120 years ago, back in 1890, its editorial board has never thrown its weight behind a Democratic candidate. That's right: not Roosevelt, not Kennedy, not Carter, not the first Clinton - not even President Obama. Its history, the paper said, "reflects a deep philosophical appreciation for conservative ideals and Republican principles." But "this year is different," the paper's editorial board wrote. "The
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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 1 Review: The Fall

Eric Warner may have killer blue eyes, but the real question is: did he kill his wife Kate?

We probably won't find out the answer to that until the end of the season. Nevertheless if this season is anything like Secrets and Lies Season 1 then we're in store for twists, turns, and a hell of a lot of frustration. 

Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 1 introduced us to a new case, with a new murder victim, and a new unfortunate soul who will most likely spend the rest of the season in Detective Cornell's cross hairs. 

On the surface Eric Warner seems to have everything together. He's rich, successful, and is soon to be taking over his father's firm. His wife Kate is the love of his life, and as he recently found out, the mother of his unborn child. 

Oh how quickly that unraveled! 

For the most part the premiere
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Secrets and Lies: ABC Releases Official Season Two Trailer

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The thing you need to know about this world -- everyone's lying. Below, watch the official second season trailer for the Secrets and Lies TV show on ABC. Secrets and Lies returns Sundays, this fall at 9:00pm Et/Pt, with the season two premiere episode, "The Fall." When the premiere date is announced, we will let you know.

Juliette Lewis stars as Detective Andrea Cornell. The Secrets and Lies season two cast also features Michael Ealy, Terry O’Quinn, Mekia Cox, Charlie Barnett, Kenny Johnson, and Jordana Brewster.

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TVLine Items: Nicolle Wallace Nixes View Role, Mariah on Empire and More

TVLine Items: Nicolle Wallace Nixes View Role, Mariah on Empire and More
It’s official: Nicolle Wallace will have no part in The View‘s 19th season.

The political commentator, whose departure as a full-time co-host was reported in July, has turned down a guest contributor position for the ABC talk show’s fall return.

RelatedThe View Co-Hosts: Kelly Osbourne Was Misunderstood, Not Racist

According to our sister site Variety, Wallace will say her on-air goodbyes before The View goes on summer hiatus next week.

The View‘s Hot Topics table in Season 19 will include Full House actress (and resident conservative) Candace Cameron Bure, Gma Weekend co-anchor Paula Faris, actress Raven-Symoné,
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AnnaLynne McCord Joins ABC’s ‘Secrets & Lies’

AnnaLynne McCord (90210, American Heiress) has booked a recurring role on the second season of ABC’s Secrets & Lies. Season 2 of the anthology crime drama series picks up with detective Andrea Cornell (Juliette Lewis) investigating a new crime, the murder of Eric Warner's (Michael Ealy) wife. McCord will play Melanie Warner, the outspoken, slightly inappropriate housewife of Patrick Warner, the third child of private equity magnate, John Warner. Although she thought she…
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Terry O’Quinn Joins Cast of ‘Secrets and Lies’ for Season 2

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Terry O’Quinn Joins Cast of ‘Secrets and Lies’ for Season 2
“Lost’s” Terry O’Quinn is joining the cast of ABC’s “Secrets and Lies” for its second season. The new season of the anthology crime series also stars the previously announced Michael Ealy and Juliette Lewis, the only actor to return from Season 1. Each season follows Lewis’ Det. Andrea Cornell as she investigates a new crime. O’Quinn will play John Warner, a finance magnate and father of three, who is ready to retire and pass the company on to his son Eric, played by Ealy. Also read: ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' Casts Michael Ealy as Lead for Season 2 Described as smart,
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Lost Alum Terry O’Quinn Joins Secrets and Lies Season 2

Looks like Terry O’Quinn will soon be uncovering some Secrets and Lies. The Lost alum, who portrayed the infamous character John Locke, has signed on to star in Season 2 of the ABC’s anthology series. O’Quinn will play John Warner, the father of Michael Ealy’s Eric and a charming finance magnate who built his private equity firm on a model of honesty and morality. When Season 2 begins, Eric (Ealy) is at the top of his game. He’s smart, well-educated and hard working and the heir apparent to John’s firm in Charlotte, Nc. Newly married to “the one” and walking on air, he’s attending a party to honor dad passing over the reins when suddenly tragedy strikes: his wife Kate is murdered, and life, as he knows it, is over. In addition to playing Locke on Lost, O’Quinn’s other TV credits include 666 Park Avenue,
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Terry O’Quinn To Co-Star On ‘Secrets & Lies’ Second Season

Terry O'Quinn is set to co-star opposite Michael Ealy and Juliette Lewis on the second season of ABC's anthology crime drama series Secrets & Lies, in which detective Andrea Cornell (Lewis) investigates a new crime, the murder of Eric Warner’s (Ealy) wife. O’Quinn will play Eric’s father, John Warner, a charming and lovable finance magnate and the adoring father of three children. He built his Charlotte private equity firm on a model of honesty and morality and has…
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'Cars 2' developer: Lasseter "amazing" to work with

'Cars 2' developer: Lasseter
John Lasseter's involvement in the Cars 2 video game has been revealed. Senior producer John Warner told Digital Spy that the Pixar chief creative officer helped developer Avalanche Studio when designing the game towards different audiences. "One of the pieces of advice that John Lasseter gave to us was, as we [are] kind of struggling with this idea of appealing to different gamers and different genders and different age groups, was if you are really paying attention to the property, or if you're trying to make an authentic Toy Story game for instance, the audience will follow," he revealed. "So, thematically, that took us in the right direction, then it was from a game design perspective. We were just paying attention to the abilities of younger and older gamers and developing mechanics and situations that would appeal to both." (more)
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'Cars 2: Video Game' set after film story

'Cars 2: Video Game' set after film story
Cars 2: The Video Game will be set after the events of the feature film, it has been revealed. Players will see missions set in Chrome (Command Headquarters of Recon Operations and Motorised Espionage), a training facility designed for spy cars. Senior producer John Warner told Digital Spy that Pixar allowed developer Avalanche Studio to create the fictional organisation and setting specially for the game. "When we first started working with Pixar developing the ideas for the game, and we saw rough drafts of the film and Pixar revealed that this was going to be a spy movie, we thought that was great material for the game," he said. "So we started asking questions in and around that, like, 'Where do cars go to be trained to be spies? Is there an MI6 or anything like that?' And they hadn't put a lot of thought into that side of the story,
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