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Gilbert Speaks on Colony S02 E01: Eleven.Thirteen

Colony is a USA Network science fiction drama created by Carlton Cuse and stars Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies. I was hooked on this series after watching the first season and I’ve been telling all my friends to watch the show. 677 more words

Gilbert Speaks on S02 of Colony and The Expanse

There are two really great shows returning to television this year for their second season and, I’ll be watching both. If you’re interested in great science fiction then meet me after the jump. 414 more words

Bates Motel Season Five Premiere Date Announced

A&E’s Bates Motel is returning for a fifth – and final – season. Executive produced by Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin, the series was planned as a five-season arc telling the story of the psychological breakdown of Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) and the demise of his his mother Norma (Vera Farmiga). 38 more words

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The Trailer For USA Network's 'COLONY' Season 2

Check out the new trailer that USA Network has released for their hit series COLONY season 2, which can be seen down below!

COLONY returns when alien intelligence are still in control of a near-future Los Angeles. 160 more words

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Abbie Cornish To Play Female Lead in Amazon's 'JACK RYAN'

Sucker Punch and Limitless star Abbie Cornish will play the female lead opposite John Krasinski in Amazons’ straight-to-series drama Tom Clancy’s JACK RYAN from duo and co-showrunner Carlton Cuse and writer Graham Roland. 182 more words

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Fortunately FX's The Strain is coming to an end

Deadline is reporting that FX’s The Strain will come to an end after a fourth and final season. The Guillermo Del Toro produced vampire series is currently in its’ third season. 444 more words

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FX Renews 'THE STRAIN' For a Fourth and Final Season

FX Networks announced that they’ve renewed THE STRAIN for a fourth and final season, with new episodes coming in summer 2017.

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