Lost Girl ‘In Memoriam’ review: My death was greatly exaggerated


The season four premiere of Lost Girl made the case for a show headlined by Ksenia Solo — and it exceeded expectations. Due to a real life pregnancy, Anna Silk had to sit out of the major duties for the premiere (and perhaps the next episode, too), and while Bo was greatly missed, I can’t lie and say that I wasn’t at all entertained by this episode.

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America’s Next Top Model recap: The finale photos begin

Finale Part 1: The Finalists Shoot Their Guess Campaign

Guys, it’s here. The first part of the America’s Next Top Model season finale.  That’s right, this show still gets a 2-hour, 2-part season finale.  No, I don’t know why.  Just go with it.

If you remember, last week the competition was narrowed down to our final three: Jordyn, Marvin, and Corey. 

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The Vampire Diaries ‘Handle With Care’ review: Breaking Kat


Let us all bask in the glory that was the best episode of The Vampire Diaries in a very long while! Am I delusional or was that just some very good stuff? I’m beyond the mythology, though sometimes with how wonky it is, it can be plain fun in its own right.

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America’s Next Top Model recap: Some exercise and some bats

The Guy Who Becomes a Bat

After last week’s double elimination, the top 5 is noticeably on edge.  Jordyn is upset that Nina got sent home, so she decides to share her Tyra Suite winnings with Corey, who was also close with Nina.  Those two, along with Renee, call out Chris for being fake and dragging Nina down. 

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Broadway’s ‘bailout’ king Kristoffer Cusick talks First Date, Reggie’s ringtones and stage door madness


Who knew that a shy young Kristoffer Cusick would go from private singing and dancing lessons to Broadway’s “bailout” king? Now for those who haven’t seen First Date, Cusick plays Reggie, Casey’s (played by Krysta Rodriguez) caring but overly dramatic BFF in this season’s hottest new musical comedy. His “Bailout Song,” a tune that pops up repeatedly throughout the show, is one of the most talked about songs off the album, not to mention everyone and their mother wants it as their ringtone.

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The Vampire Diaries ‘Monster’s Ball’ review: Babies having babies

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I must really be a masochist. OK, here’s a stream of consciousness (I apologize in advance):

Well, let’s be honest: that wasn’t a bad episode of The Vampire Diaries. But, then again, as I’ve been reiterating for this entire season, this season is just a reiteration of the show. Even Caroline is tired of having the same talk with Tyler about him leaving and having to do things elsewhere.

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The Top 5 Christian Grey’s That Weren’t


Now that we’ve had time to mourn the loss of one Christian Grey and equal time to embrace a new one we can all sit back, relax, and enjoy the view. The coveted role in the Fifty Shades of Grey book-to-movie adaptation by E.L. James now rests in the hands of Sheriff Graham Humbert (played by Jamie Dornan) of the ABC series Once Upon A Time.

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The Michael J. Fox Show : “Teamates” Review


The Michael J. Fox Show is an unfunny show about terrible people. This issue isn’t that the show is in the vein of Seinfeld or It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and I just don’t get it. The Michael J. Fox Show wants to be a family show about a family, but fails miserably.

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Broadway bad boy Bryce Ryness talks First Date‘s 90-minute sweet spot and its subtle love triangle


Blunt best friends are a necessity when it comes to steering clear of problematic exes (who you may or may not still be hung up on), and Bryce Ryness does just that. Well, his character Gabe does, anyway. Ryness currently headlines in First Date, a hilarious new musical starring Zachary Levi and Krysta Rodriguez, which more or less follows the trials and tribulations of dating in a primarily digital age.

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Prisoners review: Thriller done right

Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal shine in Villeneuve's dark and disturbing film


Prisoners is the story of two families broken by the abduction of their two young daughters on the day of Thanksgiving. A simple thriller and an overdone conflict as it may seem, Prisoners is much more than that. It plays with people’s limits, with their morals and with their hearts. With their beliefs.

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