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Syfy Announces Panel and Screening Schedule for Comic-Con 2017!

Happy! – Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni) – Photo courtesy of Syfy.

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Highlights include the Battlestar Galactica reunion, panels for new series Krypton and Happy!, and screenings of episodes of Channel Zero: No-End House and Blood Drive.

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Preview: The 100 Season 4 Episode 2

I broke down and watched the season 4 premiere of The 100. I have to say, other than the Bellarke garbage, I thought the episode was pretty good. They have a long way to go to repair the damage Season 3 caused, but it was a good premiere. I’m going to be recapping this season. I’m really hoping this entire season isn’t all about them solving the nuclear meltdown problem. I think it’ll most likely be wrapped up by Episode 7. I don’t see how they can sustain the plot for a full season. I posted my recap last week and you can check out my new video recaps on YouTube now. Bare with me while I get used to this youtubing thing.  Check out the photos for Episode 2 below. Looks like Abby is going to throw Kane aside and become a Grounder pounder.

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James Frain Joins Star Trek: Discovery in Very Familiar Role!

James Frain – best known for his villains you love to hate/hate to love (Ferdinand in Orphan Black; Theo Galavan on Gotham) – has joined Star Trek: Discovery, where he will play the iconic role of Sarek, father of Spock.

Should be very interesting…

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Reminder Trailer: Orange is the New Black!


Orange is the New Black killed at the 2014 Critics Choice Television Awards with its second season. Netflix just wants to remind you that, if you haven’t been watching, it’s right there – both seasons, ready to binge on anytime you want.

Check out their OITNB reminder trailer after the jump.

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Newbies Dominate Critics Choice Awards!

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There were a lot of first time nominations and winners at last night’s Critics Choice Television Awards. Granted, the awards are only four years old, but look at almost any four-year stretch of the Emmys and see how many new shows get nominated and then win. While there were a few repeat winners – Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad, Jim Parsons, the very deserving Tatiana Maslany among them – the night was notable for giving rookies some love.

True Detective’s Matthew McConaghey took Best Actor, Drama, Fargo got Best Mini-Series and acting wins for Billy Bob Thornton (Best Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series) and Allison Tolman (Best Supporting Actress in Movie or Mini-Series) and Orange Is the New Black nabbed Best Comedy Series (it is funnier than Nurse Jackie!) and two acting awards. For a complete list of winners, and a bit of commentary follow the jump.

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