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When Farscape was abruptly cancelled at the end of Season 4, the outcry among its devoted fans was such that the Sci-Fi Channel was persuaded to make a mini-series concluding some of the dangling plot threads, and both the lead actors were eventually made regulars in the network’s ultra-successful Stargate SG-1. What inspired such devotion to
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This article contains spoilers for season 1 of Deadly Class. Deadly Class took us on a wild journey through a secret underground school for assassins, past a trippy encounter in Las Vegas, and to a climactic battle with enemies both intimidating and ridiculous. Through the eyes of new student Marcus Lopez Arguello, played with scrappy
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This article comes from Den of Geek UK. A Sabrina The Teenage Witch reboot happened. A Buffy The Vampire Slayer reboot is happening. A Frasier reboot is being discussed. Roseanne, Twin Peaks, and The X-Files have come back with long-delayed sequels, and gone away again. Are there any 1990s TV shows left that could be rebooted? Of course
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The always brilliant Rory Kinnear has joined the cast of Showtime’s upcoming Penny Dreadful spin-off series City Of Angels, according to THR. However, he’s playing a brand new character. “It’s no secret that Rory is one of my favourite actors on the planet, and working with him in the original series was inspiring,” said Penny Dreadful creator John Logan. “So
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This Roswell, New Mexico review contains spoilers. Roswell, New Mexico Episode 9 Review Shiri Appleby, our original Liz from Roswell, directed an absolute banger of an episode that smartly drew down the cast to a more manageable size, divided into two major teams. I was nervous about Isobel’s absence, but with it only lasting one episode, it
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This Riverdale article contains spoilers. Are you ready to have “Big Fun?” Well, even if you aren’t, you will, because this week Riverdale High will be staging Heathers: The Musical. A follow-up to last year’s successful  “A Night to Remember” episode (which brought Carrie: The Musical to life with murderous results), this installment focuses on
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<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Part 2: It’s a wicked world out there, and Sabrina is brewing up trouble. After signing her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina struggles to find the balance between her place in the mortal world and
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It may not be a direct adaptation of its unapologetically feminst source material, but Hulu’s new show Shrill is wholeheartedly about learning to find your voice and love yourself. Based on Lindy West’s memoir Shrill: Notes From A Loud Women, the dramedy stars SNL’s Aidy Bryant as Annie, a fat woman who suppresses her shame
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This The Simpsons review contains spoilers. The Simpsons: Season 30 Episode 17 Bart gets lost in the matrix on “E My Sports,” The Simpsons, season 30, Episode 17, and he takes Homer with him. The starts out with subtle foreshadowing. Lisa conquers Homer at the game of Risk, bankrupts him at Monopoly and aggravates him at Aggravation. What
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This review of Fosse/Verdon contains no spoilers. The Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon of Fosse/Verdon know exactly what they want to see. Fosse, the legendary choreographer played with typical careful precision by Sam Rockwell, walks around his dancers, taking in every angle and occasionally muttering “that’s nice” as they execute a particular move the correct way –
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The inescapable sights and sounds of The Twilight Zone are cherished and tightly protected intellectual property. Some 60 years after Rod Serling took us into the fifth dimension, CBS is rightfully selective about who is granted licence to a crown jewel of sci-fi and fantasy storytelling. We’ll soon find out if Jordan Peele is a
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The 21 Jump Street movies are a cinematic triumph in part because they defied all expectations. I mean come on, I’m sure when you heard they were making a 21 Jump Street movie you rolled your eyes. “Great, another pointless remake.” But lo and behold, both 21 Jump Street and 22 Jump Street were astounding.
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American Gods Season 3 is a go! Starz just announced, only one episode into American Gods Season 2, that the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s beloved novel, will be getting a third season. This is good news for anyone who is into mesmerizing visuals and fantastical commentary on today’s sociopolitical status quo. Also, for anyone who
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Titans Season 2 is confirmed! The first season of Titans premiered on the DC Universe streaming service on October 12 and wrapped with a divisive season finale on December 21. The 10 episode season introduced a ton of new DC heroes and villains (including the Doom Patrol, who will then spin off into their own series)
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This Supernatural review contains spoilers. Supernatural Season 14 Sam, unexpected yet talented leader to a pack of new hunters, is feeling a strong loss after Michael’s rampage through the bunker. Sam counts himself responsible, and the effects on his psyche are shown through violent flashes throughout the bunker, first empty and pristine, then blood soaked
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In the early 90s a little known Japanese Samurai/Detective series hit Australia where it quickly became a cult hit. In Japan it was called Ronin Suiri Tentai (Deductive Reasoning Ronin), but in Australia it is known only as Top Knot Detective! To celebrate the release of the Top Knot Detective Collector’s Edition on dual format Blu-ray
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Norman Lear’s original One Day at a Time sitcom lasted for nine seasons on CBS from 1975 to 1984. Netflix’s modern reimagining wasn’t so lucky.  Variety first reported today and Netflix confirmed that One Day at a Time has been canceled at the streaming service after three seasons.  Advertisement Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement:  “It’s been
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This Deadly Class review contains spoilers. Deadly Class Season 1 Episode 9 This episode of Deadly Class was puzzling to say the least. On the one hand it gave us a long-awaited moment between Saya and Marcus and brought Lin’s hypocrisy to its inevitable conclusion, but on the other hand the build-up to a confrontation
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The Bone Collector is about to be collected by NBC. The Peacock Network is moving forward with a serial television adaptation of the Jeffery Deaver crime novel-turned 1999 movie, which starred Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. However, the small screen adaptation will brandish the title, Lincoln, named after investigator main character Lincoln Rhyme. Last November,
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This Santa Clarita Diet review contains no spoilers. “Maybe my life does have a higher purpose that’s more than just killing people?” Santa Clarita Diet Season 3 continues to prove that the show is one of those very special series that keeps on getting more interesting and rich as time goes on. The series evolves at
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The Flash has been renewed for season 6! That means way more speedster shenanigans and time-traveling adventures with Barry Allen and his team at STAR Labs. The news was confirmed by The CW at this winter’s Television Critics Association Press Tour. “This season, we expanded our primetime schedule to six nights with the addition of Sunday — which
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This Arrow review contains spoilers.  Arrow Season 7 Episode 15 Training Day feels like it tried to wave a magic wand and simultaneously solve the show’s anti-vigilante law problem and the schism between the SCPD & Team Arrow. That’s because it purported to resolve the differences between two deeply unfair outlooks, our current law enforcement system and
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Click here to see full size. This fun new poster for Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming series Good Omens is a nice addition to the already great collection. Here’s the synopsis for the series: Fussy angel and rare book dealer Aziraphale and fast living demon Crowley have lived amongst Earth’s mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather
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The following review contains no spoilers. Three seasons in, Showtime’s popular drama series Billions tends to operate in one of two ways. Either the main characters finally put their grandiose plans for revenge into action and achieve the desired results, or these heavily-plotted exercises in vengeance quickly transform into egregious self-owns perpetrated by the very
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