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Van Helsing 3x06 Review: Life and Death Confessions

This week’s Van Helsing picks up just a few hours after we left off in “Pretty Noose”. “Like Suicide” felt like a straight up continuation of the events we watched last week, and both episodes could have easily been a two-parter special, instead of leaving us hanging for a week. 1,498 more words

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Van Helsing 3x05 Review: Alliances, Relationships and New Beginnings

We made it to Denver! We made it to San Francisco! Our crew has split up and each group has finally made it to their intended destination in “Pretty Noose”, even though things didn’t quite go according to plan for everyone. 2,163 more words

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Van Helsing 3x02 Review: Superpowered Vampires and Really Obnoxious Elders

You know, when I started Van Helsing, I wasn’t expecting much. I had a long weekend on my hands, no plans, and this show featured an actress I liked, so I thought why not? 1,771 more words

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TV Brew: Van Helsing - Fresh Tendrils

Before we get started, couple things: Apparently Trezzo Mahoro is not back as a full time cast member this year, which saddens me. Deeply. I know, logically, that this is because his career is blowing up with… 704 more words

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Missy Peregrym Previews FBI Gig, Talks Pilot's Emotional Rookie Blue Reunion

Rookie Blue vet Missy Peregrym is once again donning a badge — but make no mistake, her FBI Special Agent Maggie Bell is not Andy McNally. 1,367 more words

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'FBI' Star Missy Peregrym on Giving 'Americans Something to Believe In'

Missy Peregrym spent six seasons as a beat cop on “Rookie Blue,” but three years later, she has moved up the chain to FBI Agent Maggie Bell on Dick Wolf’s new CBS procedural, aptly titled “FBI.” 1,253 more words

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Missy Peregrym's performance is the heart and soul of Stick It (2006)

Stick It follows Haley (Missy Peregrym), a rebellious teen who after a run in with the law is forced back into the world of gymnastics where she will be reluctantly coached by Burt Vickerman ( 669 more words

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