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May 16, 2018 In The 100
The 100 "Pandora's Box" Photo Recap - Open Sesame
The Rolling Stones should probably just watch The 100 if they want satisfaction so bad.
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May 15, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary "Pushing Buttons" Review: Fighting Wars In The Neural Cortex

Anybody who says watching TV makes you dumb has definitely never watched an episode of Elementary.

Nearly every week I find myself looking up things on the internet, because I have learned something new that I want to know more about. This week it was Gilbert and Sullivan and Button Gwinnett.

It shows how much effort the writers put in their story lines. There is never a scene or dialogue that is of no importance. Often you only discover those things upon watching an episode for the second or third time.

I have grown accustomed to paying attention to seemingly minor details. Often they turn out to be crucial especially for the overall story arc or the inner feelings of the main characters.

Let me give you two examples that struck me the most in this episode.

First: Throw-Away Lines

For the second time this Season Sherlock says something to ...Read more
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May 15, 2018
Actress Nadege August Stands-Out in ABC’s ‘Alex, Inc.’

Sometimes, well actually a lot of the time, TV shows don’t make it passed their freshman season. Even ones that have a bankable name and executive producer at the helm can get axed. That seems to be the case for ABC’s Alex, Inc.

But, that doesn’t mean that there weren’t some stand-outs during the show. One I believe worth mentioning is actress Nadege August. She popped in a couple times during the season as the serious Ad Exec that Alex was forced to meet with about his podcast.

Nadege can also be seen in her own comedy web series, Bougie Dilemma, currently streaming on Amazon; and she stars as a Detective in the new indie sci-fi feature film Out of Time which heads to the Cannes Film Market this month.

Previously, Nadege appeared in Sony’s The Brothers starring Shemar Moore and Morris Chestnut, and Gary ...Read more
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May 13, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary Renewed at CBS
Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson have not solved their last case. CBS has renewed the long-running drama Elementary for Season 7, TVLine has learned.
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May 11, 2018
Actress Elena Campbell-Martinez Brings a Healing Approach to Starz Series ‘Vida’

A slice of life in East LA has come to the small screen with the new Starz series, Vida. It’s a realistic tale of two sisters in the Latinx community dealing with the good, the bad and everything they didn’t know – like their mother was queer.

Actress Elena Campbell-Martinez enters the story in the first episode as ‘Doña Lupe’, the local spiritual healer or curandera, who speaks to the dead and offers sage advice to the grieving sisters.

Earlier this year, Elena appeared in Clint Eastwood’s terrorist attack biopic, The 15:17 to Paris. She is also recognized as the housekeeper in CBS’s The Big Bang Theory, as Gloria’s old hair salon boss on Modern Family, and for recurring as ‘Lisa’ on Amazon’s Hand of God. Originally from Texas and a graduate of Rice University, Elena credits her passion for acting to her Mami ...Read more
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May 10, 2018
Actor Jamie H. Jung Stars in New Indie Film ‘Monday’ and TV Docu-Series as Part of Robert Rodriguez Contest

Everyone has a bad day once in a while, right? This is the premise for the new indie action-comedy film, Monday, from Alejandro Montoya Marin and starring rising actor Jamie H. Jung.

The project was part of a Robert Rodriguez contest and TV docu-series, Rebel Without A Crew: The Series, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his own indie film El Mariachi.

Monday recently premiered at SXSW and the TV show landed on aired on Rodriguez’s El Rey Network and Verizon’s go90.

I recently caught up with Jamie Jung to find out more about starring in both.


What can you tell us about your role in the new indie film Monday?

JAMIE JUNG: In Alejandro Montoya Marin's Monday I play the lead role of Jim. It's his bad day. His Monday which goes from bad to worse. Jim is a guy just floating through life. But ...Read more
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May 08, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary "Once You've Ruled Out God" Review: Right Turns
Nitpickers, for lack of a better word (Sorry Mr. Hewitt Wolfe ;-)), could say about this episode that it was again the best known guest actor who turned out to be the culprit.

But to be honest, isn't that true for a lot of movies and series? And by the way nobody ever complained about that on Columbo, which by the way I didn't like much as you always knew the villain from the beginning.

I hope you agree with me that the case of the week was very well written and that the subplot didn't disappoint either.

The episode contained some great moments between Holmes and Watson that showed how well they know and how deeply they trust one another, something that was sorely missed last Season although I think the rift was necessary.

If you have followed this community for a while you might know that ...Read more
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May 05, 2018 In Macgyver
"MacGyver + MacGyver" - MacGyver S02E23 Review
"MacGyver + MacGyver" - MacGyver S02E23 Review (spoilers)
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May 05, 2018
And So Submission is Down Again
And So Submission is Down Again (spoiler: TVCom isn't "the most complete TV site")