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Anther 'Strike Back' Flashback Recap From Season 1

July 3rd, 2015 12:01pm EDT
'Strike Back' Flashback: The Downfall of the Trojan Horse, Part
Well, this is it, Strike Back fans. Picking up where last week left off, we've come to the end of Cinemax season one - the conclusion of the year that introduced us to Damien Scott and Michael Stonebridge, and took action-adventure television to a whole new level. In "Cinemax Season 1, Episode 10," it's Section 20 versus Latif one more time for all the marbles, and not everyone's going to like the way it turns out.

The episode opens exactly where the last one ended: with Grant and Latif coming face to face. She wants to shoot him, but Sinclair reminds her that there are still two suicide b...
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'Rookie Blue' Recap: 'Perfect Family'

July 3rd, 2015 9:02am EDT
'Rookie Blue' Recap And Review: 'Perfect Family' - Perfect Imper
After Rookie Blue came back last week, there was plenty of personal drama to go around at 15 Division. Andy found out about Marlo, Diaz discovered who he was really fooling around with, and Chloe still couldn't get over Dov. In "Perfect Family," everyone's still pretty imperfect, but some crazy happenings make them realize that they need to get a grip on themselves.

As the episode begins, Andy and Marlo have their first conversation since the news broke, with Marlo promising that she won't come between Andy and Sam, who's trying to get back on Andy's good side. Andy doesn't think she has a...
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'Big Brother' Has First Live Eviction

July 3rd, 2015 7:54am EDT
'Big Brother' Review: Week 1 Live Eviction, Head Of Households,
Seems like Big Brother’s answer to fitting in the craziness of this week was to show virtually none of it. The biggest problem with Big Brother is that the formula of competitions, ceremonies, and other staples in every single episode can leave very little time for the most important parts of the game: strategy and socialization. Battle of the Block and 2 HOH competitions makes this even worse. Jackie got almost no screen time in a week where she was nominated. Instead of a double HOH, we could have had a bit of explanation of why certain things went down, from Jace’s own Shelltown bro deci...
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'Hannibal': Which Major Character Did Hannibal Kill This Week?

July 3rd, 2015 6:31am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
"Contorno": A side dish, typically some kind of vegetable and typically served alongside the secondo (that is, the meat dish). Can be served hot or cold, raw or cooked, but never on the same plate as the meat.

Odd choice of title, isn't it? In much the same way that "Secondo" the episode didn't quite feel like the TV equivalent of hearty steak, "Contorno" is rich and filling and, appropriately, rare to the point of bloody. So much more than a little dish of broccolini, don't you think?

Ok, I'll put the food metaphors away for a while. But seriously- what a knockout hour of TV. Hannibal's ...
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'Suits' Meets This Season’s First Adversary

July 2nd, 2015 9:05am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Compensation' - Everybody Wants Their
Last week's season premiere of Suits proved that season five will not be an easy one for Harvey Specter, and in "Compensation" he's taking another blow. But he's not the only one who has a few lumps to swallow as we meet the season's first adversary and realize how dysfunctional this firm can get sometimes.

But first, here's Rachel sharing a meal with her father Robert (a returning Wendell Pierce). He chooses this time to hand her a prenuptial agreement he thinks she might need, because she has "assets to protect." Naturally, she doesn't take this well, but to placate him she agrees to loo...
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'Big Brother' 17: Insanity Of The First Live Feed Week

July 2nd, 2015 8:51am EDT
Big Brother Review: Week One Veto, Ridiculous Fights, And Two Bi
The difference between the Big Brother live feeds and episodes are truly astounding. It’s one of the things that makes Big Brother stand out among the competitive reality show. The episodes are not only a short snap shot of hundreds of hours of live footage, but also a telling narrative of what the producers want us to think is important. BB17’s first week on the live feeds has been true insanity. There has been dozens of alliances, confrontations galore, and the rise and fall of a very significant character. But the trouble is that the first week of episodes can’t even begin to illustrate ...
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Is MTV's 'Scream' Worth Watching?

July 1st, 2015 9:18am EDT
Scream
Scream: The TV Series manages to find it's own identity, while still paying clear homage to the franchise. Scream: The TV Series introduces some character who feel scarily familiar. Noah could be a Randy doppelgänger but what separates the characters is that Noah already seems way more romantically prosperous. He likely won't have virginity as a fail-safe. Emma seems a bit more complex than Sidney, and Will and Jake don't seem as secretly evil as Billy and Stuart.

Scream: The TV Series borrows a lot of material from the movies, like a mask serial killer, a murder from the past that haunts ...
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'America's Got Talent' Week 6 Auditions Had Some Strong Contenders

July 1st, 2015 8:39am EDT
'America's Got Talent' 2015 Recap: Best Week 6 Auditions
Next week, we start the final day of America's Got Talent 2015 auditions. We have seen a lot of wacky and wonderful performances. Last night on America's Got Talent season 10, we saw a combination of extreme ones, sweet ones, and mesmerizing ones.

Overall, yesterday's crop of America's Got Talent auditions had some strong contenders. So it was hard picking our favorites. However, we based our picks on those we cannot wait to see perform again. Here are the best ones from week 6 (in order of appearance).

Best America's Got Talent 2015 Week 6 Auditions:

Samantha Johnson

Singer

"Natur...
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Real Housewives of New York City Season 7 Episode 13: 'Crazy Time In Turks And Caicos'

July 1st, 2015 8:27am EDT
Sonja
"She's just so much work," says Carole to roommate Heather about Sonja aka Lady Morgan.

This thought is seconded independently by Bethenny and Ramona at the pool."She's her own worst enemy," says the blonde of her longtime pal.

Then the two frenemies start talking about Mario, and Ramona breaks down crying hysterically. "I want to fix this so badly." In a touching moment, Bethenny holds her and cries for her. (Or is B thinking of her own marriage and crying for that?)

The next morning at breakfast, the ladies get a visitor who will conduct a private yoga class for them. Sonja and Dor...
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Recap: 'The Fosters' Explores Impact Of Powerful Words

June 30th, 2015 9:12am EDT
'The Fosters' Season 3 Episode 4 Recap: 'More Than Words' To Mak
Last night's episode of The Fosters explored the impact of two powerful words. Lena finally confronted her half-brother about what divided them years ago. Meanwhile, Jude finally decided that labels weren’t so bad.

The main portion of The Fosters’ “More Than Words” took place at an LGBTQ prom, and the Fosters’ home at a dinner. This is the second episode of the season that a Stef and Lena dinner has been filled with so much tension. Maybe they should stop having guests over for dinner.

Untamed Hearts

Mat surprises Mariana by driving to see her, while still on tour. He wants them to hav...
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