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5 Reasons Why Danny Warren is the Best Part of ABC's "The Family"

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Deliciously dark with more twists and turns than a mountain road, ABC’s The Family has become my spring television addiction this year. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the show, it centers on the high-profile, politically-charged Warren family who’s lives are turned upside down when youngest family member Adam suddenly reappears after disappearing almost a decade ago. 851 more words

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Movie Ramblings: The Purge - Anarchy

The follow up to The Purge starts 1 year after first film with the date explicitly stated but we aren’t entirely sure why this matters. After all, the only links between the 2 films are the concept of the Purge and one character who makes a very brief appearance here. 995 more words

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How Well Do You Know The Family?

The Family is a new show on ABC about a family dealing with the disappearance of their son. He returns 10 years later and the mystery continues. 33 more words

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TV Review: "The Family" (2016 -) ★★★★

After writing the screenplay for ABC’s “Scandal”, “Flesh and Blood” and “Grey’s Anatomy”, Jenna Bans comes forward as the creator of quite an interesting series, “The Family” starring Joan Allen as the lead actress. 498 more words

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The Family "All You See Is Dark" Recap

“They say once you’ve left home you can never go back. The same house, the same rooms, but nothing is the same.” – Adam Warren… 1,870 more words

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The Family "Pilot" Recap

“They say every cop has two: the case that makes you and the case that breaks you. Sometimes there the same.”- Nina Meyer (Margot Bingham) 1,832 more words

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Review - The Last Stand

The Day of ‘L’ and off to a small town in the US close to the Mexican border, called Sommerton Junction.

Whilst normally being a quiet enough town, it’s about to become the location for a wealthy and powerful criminal, on the run from the FBI in a super speed sports car, to cross the border to Mexico. 168 more words

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