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The Passenger "Episode One" Review

“I’m warning you, it’s not a pretty sight”, a man tells ballsy detective Anaïs Châtelet as they approach a train station maintenance pit. He’s not wrong. 397 more words

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“I Believe in a Former Life I Was Coffee”: GG Revived & Reviewed

by Jennifer

When the news came out that Netflix was reviving Gilmore Girls, the news was splashed across my Facebook wall and my Twitter feed, and then my phone blew up with a number of texts. 1,675 more words

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'You’re the Worst' Tackles Taboo Topic of Depressive Disorders

‘You’re the Worst’ Tackles Taboo Topic of Depressive Disorders

by: Ana

I want to start out by saying, that I was not expecting to stumble across such a serious topic while watching a comedy tv show that centers around sex and friends.  1,132 more words

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TV Review: 'LOVESICK' (formerly 'Scrotal Recall') Season 2

by T. Mack

The show formerly known as Scrotal Recall is now Lovesick. The original cast is back for Season 2 and the adventures continue as Dylan keeps contacting old flames to inform them they must get tested for Chlamydia. 343 more words

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2016 Fall Pilot Watch, part three: But for real... No Tomorrow?

All right, I’m back for the final round of these fall premieres. Sorry for the lateness of this final entry, but the release schedule of these pilots was feast or famine this year, and then I had to take a bit of time to watch baseball. 1,758 more words

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The Berlenti-Verse

Yup, that’s what they’re calling it. The CW’s cash cow that is Greg Berlanti and his merry crew. Let’s face it, we’re losing a lot of Hollywood’s best creative producers: Glenn Larson, Gene Roddenberry, Jim Hensen. 402 more words

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2016 Fall Pilot Watch, part three: Time after time (travel)

I’m a sucker for goofy sci-fi TV, and two of last week’s three new network premieres fall smack in the middle of that genre. The other one stars Hayley Atwell, who I like, but it’s a legal drama that’s ripping off a podcast. 841 more words

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