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'Strike Back' Weekly Flashback Look

May 8th, 2015 12:02pm EDT
'Strike Back' Flashback: The Worst Hotel Stay Ever, Part 2
In this week's Strike Back Flashback, we're discussing what Michael Stonebridge and Damien Scott did in the second part (here's part one) of their summer vacation. By 'vacation,' we mean 'terrorist attack,' and by 'did,' we're not talking about Scott's extracurricular activities. This is "Cinemax Season 1, Episode 2" and there is no time for that, kids.

Our heroes are still in the Royal Lotus Hotel, being held at gunpoint by the guy they thought was going to help them escape, who's interested in the woman Scott didn't sleep with. Stonebridge is more interested in the fact that Scott was ab...
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Series Debut 'Lost In Transmission' Recap

May 8th, 2015 10:42am EDT
'Lost In Transmission' Recap: 'Drowned Delorean' - Back To The F
From the network that brought you Top Gear comes an all-new series featuring co-host Rutledge Wood, his friends, family and of course, a whole lot of cars. Lost in Transmission follows Rutledge and his friend George Flanigen as they try to help folks whose memorable rides have been through the wringer. In "Drowned Delorean," Rutledge and George start their journey with one wrecked Back to the Future car and a whole lot of panache.

Meet Chad, who owns a Delorean that happens to be purple. And that survived Hurricane Sandy. And when he reveals that he got it for the price of a twelve-pack of...
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'Impractical Jokers' Latest Pranks!

May 8th, 2015 9:28am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Cruisin' For A Bruisin' - Not T
This week's episode of Impractical Jokers takes place on a cruise ship, because the guys weren't satisfied with wreaking havoc on land, apparently. But on a confined boat, there's nowhere to run and not a lot of places to hide. Here's what went down in "Cruisin' For A Bruisin'," except for the awesome retro introduction.

Challenge #1: Pains In The Deck
Can the guys complete assigned tasks while mingling with the innocent passengers? Q's job is to use the guy next to him as a towel, which he does while discussing the subject of a potential mutiny. Joe's choice of shorts is questionable, so ...
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Rutledge Wood Tells Us About His New Adventure 'Lost In Transmission'

May 7th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
Rutledge Wood Finds Himself 'Lost In Transmission'
Rutledge Wood makes everything better. He just does. Top Gear viewers and NASCAR fans will tell you that he's one of the most upbeat guys on the planet, and he also loves cars almost as much as he adores his family.

That's what makes his new series Lost In Transmission so darned awesome - it's pure Rutledge, as he and his good friend George Flanigen use their powers to save other folks' rides from certain doom. Because if you were ever in trouble, Rutledge is the guy you'd want coming to your rescue. If your car broke down, he wouldn't just call you a tow truck and give you a ride, he'd pr...
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Inside The 2015 TGPLB Pro/Celebrity Race

May 6th, 2015 12:10pm EDT
Dave Pasant Takes Us Inside The 2015 TGPLB Pro/Celebrity Race
Alfonso Ribeiro might have driven away with this year's Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race, but don't overlook Dave Pasant, who won the Celebrity category in his sixth attempt at the charity battle at 'The Beach.'

Finally climbing onto the podium after all these years is one accomplishment, but more importantly than that, Dave is a memorable figure in both Pro/Celebrity Race and overall Grand Prix of Long Beach history. With those half-dozen trips around the track, he's donated an estimated half million dollars to Racing For Kids, assisting children's hospitals. He's also o...
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'The Voice' Recap: Top Five Revealed

May 6th, 2015 9:07am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: 'Top 6 Eliminations' - Team Christina Takes A
And then almost everybody had one. This week's elimination on The Voice once again kept the numbers at a near-even keel, with Team Christina being the next to face the chopping block.

What almost overshadowed the eliminations, though, were the usual return performances by former artists - but not by the usual folks. Yes, season seven winner Craig Wayne Boyd came back, but he wasn't joined by his fellow finalists (two of the three have already been here), instead sharing the stage with folks from seasons one, three and five.

In order to brace you for the elimination (just one this week, as...
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Why Will You Be 'Wanting More' After Tonight's 'Forever' Finale?

May 5th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
Ioan Gruffudd Dishes On 'Forever' Finale: 'We'll Be Left Wanting
Forever's season is about to come to an end, but fans should expect plenty from tonight's finale. "The Last Death of Henry Morgan" features some big developments for Henry, played wonderfully by Welsh actor Ioan Gruffudd, who joined us last week to preview the concluding episode.

WARNING: This interview contains teases for the Forever season finale as well as discussion of last week's episode, "The Night in Question." If you haven't seen that episode, this interview reveals a major plot point.

"Last week's episode was such a dramatic, emotional episode," Ioan told us. "In the finale, we r...
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'The Voice's' New Dynamic Duo

May 5th, 2015 9:07am EDT
Adam Levine And Joshua Davis Are 'The Voice's' New Dynamic Duo
The Voice is chock full of talent again this season, but for our money, the most watchable pairing has been that of Adam Levine and Joshua Davis. They're a duo that have not only found success, but are also entertaining and most importantly, have brought the absolute best out of each other.

Why do they work so well together - and what do they think of their partnership? Read on to find out.

Adam has had the good fortune to work with some of The Voice's best talent, including three winners (Javier Colon, Tessanne Chin, Josh Kaufman) and several people that you can argue could have won (Ton...
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'Strike Back': How It Became The Best TV Action Series

May 1st, 2015 12:07pm EDT
'Strike Back' Flashback: The Worst Hotel Stay Ever, Part 1
We're gearing up for the fourth (and final, say it isn't so!) season of Strike Back, which is just months away. It promises to be another hard-driving, gut-wrenching, remote-throwing thrill ride.

But before we join Michael Stonebridge and Damien Scott on their last campaign, it's important to look back on how they got here - and how Strike Back became the best action series on television. For the next few months leading up to Cinemax season four, we'll be walking you through the first season and analyzing just what made it all work.

[CONTENT WARNING: The following recap and review contain...
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Gary Yates Talks Indie Gem 'High Life'

April 29th, 2015 12:03pm EDT
Living The 'High Life': Gary Yates Looks Back On Indie Comedy Cl
The 2009 film High Life is a hilarious and criminally underrated movie that everyone needs to have seen at least once in your life. We say "criminally" because it's a heist flick, focused on the ambitious but unfortunate plot of a quartet of criminals.

There's psuedo-leader Dick (a brilliant Timothy Olyphant, in the best comedic performance of his career), unnerving Bug (Stephen Eric McIntyre, who plays the part so well), ladies' man Billy (a loveable Rossif Sutherland) and fast-talking Donnie (a remarkable Joe Anderson from The Divide).

This Canadian feature is truly one of those under t...
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