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Dominion Trailer And Stills Present A Bland Battle Between Angels And Humans
A cinematic sequel of sorts to Scott Stewart’s 2010 thriller Legion, Dominion will possibly settle the dispute between good and evil once and for all, but the bigger battle will probably be between the bad CGI and the bad acting.
New Arrow Clip Has Roy 'Seeing Red'
It's rare that we see lead characters getting seriously injured in the present day on Arrow, but it does happen, as evidenced by the above clip, which shows Arrow and Canary facing off against the worst kind of enemy; a friend. Arrow and Canary are already at a disadvantage going up against Roy, considering he's technically an ally -- or he was, anyway. Factor in mirakuru and they may be in real trouble here.
The Following Season 2 Finale Preview: No One Is Safe
"Spoilers if you aren't caught up on The Following Through Season 2's penultimate episode, "Silence." Last night's episode of The Following took out a key player in this story, and left another in major jeopardy. The above preview gives us a look at next Monday night's season finale, "Forgive."
Game Of Thrones Author George RR Martin Weighs In On Controversial Scene
This past week’s episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones, “Breaker of Chains,” included a scene that was disturbing in both content and plot discrepancy from the books. George RR Martin has addressed the changes, and the scene in particular, on his blog.
Watch Brian Williams Rap 'Gin And Juice' In Funny Tonight Show Video
Thanks again, Jimmy Fallon for making the internet just a little bit better with another great video. In this case, it's Brian Williams rapping Snoop Doggy Dogg's classic hit "Gin and Juice." The practice of editing together a bunch of clips to make a rap isn't exactly new. In fact, Fallon's been doing this with Brian Williams' news segments since his Late Night days.
Live Everest Jump Special Cancelled By Discovery Following Deadly Avalanche
One of the most exciting aspects about live television is the “anything goes” mantra that comes along with it, as some of the best parts of a concert or awards ceremony are the things no one could have planned. Discovery’s Everest Jump Live was a special event meant to take advantage of that spontaneity by documenting one of the most dangerous stunts every conceived, but real life tragedy struck in the form of the deadliest avalanche in Everest’s recorded history.
Netflix Plans A Price Increase, But It Might Not Affect You... Yet
Netflix is reportedly planning to raise their prices by a dollar or two later this year. This news comes a little more than a month after Amazon announced that they were raising the price of their own streaming video service Amazon Prime. Except in the case of Netflix, it doesn't sound like this price hike will affect current subscribers right away.
Orphan Black Season 2 Debuts To A Copyright Lawsuit And Mediocre Ratings
I’m not going to point any fingers here, but I will say that if you’re going to conceive a show about a clone, there are only so many things you can do with it that don’t involve discovering more clones and trying to seek out the source. I have to assume that Orphan Black’s lukewarm ratings are the reason why all the other networks aren’t putting their own clone dramas into development.
The Walking Dead Could Go On For 10 Years Or Longer, Showrunner Explains How
Could The Walking Dead go on for ten seasons or more? Showrunner Scott Gimple suggests as much in a recent interview he did with Larry King, and while that might just be wishful thinking or a hypothetical situation that he's suggesting, his explanation for how the series could surpass a decade on the air actually makes sense.
Veep And Newbie Silicon Valley Renewed By HBO
Fans of the mastermind comedian behind Idiocracy and Office Space can breathe a sigh of relief, however. On Monday, HBO announced that Silicon Valley will be getting a much-desired Season 2. Additionally, Veep will return for a fourth season.
Family TV Time Gets Really Awkward In Hilarious HBO Go Promos
You know that uncomfortable moment when your Dad walks into the room while you're watching one of the most awkward sex scenes of HBO's Girls, and uses it as an opportunity to talk to you about your right to speak up because it's "your body"? Ok, maybe that never happens to you, but the scenario sure is funny and HBO's not above using it to promote HBO Go.
AMC's Turn Still Offers Great Subject Matter, Hasn't Improved Pace
AMC’s drama Turn has declared itself to be the story of America’s first spy ring, a story filled with careful information gathering and plenty of double crossing. The tale begins smack dab in the middle of the Revolutionary War, which should offer plenty of fodder for fighting and intrigue. However, three episodes in, the show’s gunpowder hasn’t really sparked, giving only diehard fans of the period reasons to tune in.
Game Of Thrones Episode 4 Preview: The Purple Wedding Schemes Continue
Next week, it looks as if a few parts of the mystery surrounding the whodunit will be detangled, and you’ll want to be there to see it. If you’d like a few hints about Joffrey’s demise and who was responsible, feel free to take a look at the preview for next week’s episode, “Oathkeeper.”
Louis CK Falls Apart In New Louie Season 4 Trailer
With Louie set to return at long last in just a matter of weeks, we're starting to see teasers that reveal actual footage from Louis CK's FX comedy series, which has been on hiatus since Fall of 2012. Based on the new trailer, ominously titled "Dying," Louie's not doing so well. And yet, he still manages to make us laugh.
Game Of Thrones Watch: Season 4, Episode 3 - Breaker Of Chains
Yes. He’s really gone. There’s no way to undo the events of the ‘Purple Wedding.’ No tricks. No magic. Gone. Not that anyone but Cersei would be praying for his return. When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. And whatever you do, don’t get married! "The Lion and the Rose" remain unjoined but will the Houses stay separate? And will it matter, if the “Breaker of Chains” finally returns to Westeros?