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Oct 03, 2017 In Site Announcements by jessicakroeber
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Sep 30, 2017 In Saturday Night Live by HelloStuart
What To Know Before Gosling/Hova
With SNL's 43rd season premiere airing tonight, here is brief premier on what to know about the coming season:

Beck Bennett (fifth season)
Aidy Bryant (sixth)
Michael Che (fourth)
Pete Davidson (fourth)
Leslie Jones (fourth)
Colin Jost (fifth)
Kate McKinnon (seventh)
Kyle Mooney (fifth)
Cecily Strong (sixth)
Kenan Thompson (15th season; yes, that's a record)

Mikey Day (second season)
Heidi Gardner (first)
Alex Moffat (second)
Luke Null (first)
Chris Redd (first)
Melissa Villasenor (second)

Alec Baldwin (as President Trump)

Of the three new featured players, Redd is arguably the most familiar to SNL fans. He played Hunter the Hunted in the Andy Samberg movie "Pop Star" in 2016, and played Dank in the first season of the Netflix sitcom "Disjointed." A report in September 2016 announcing his joining the cast the later refuted. Redd is a St. Louis native who trained ...
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Sep 29, 2017 In General Tv Discussion by ChrisTVfan
Actor Matthew Bellows Goes Badass Starring in New Sci-fi Series ‘Extinct’

Some 400 years ago humans were killed-off by evil aliens. Now, a small colony have been revived by a different, seemingly friendly alien species and returned to earth to restart their lives. Oh, if life was only that easy in the world known as Extinct.

Enter actor Matthew Bellows -- who stars as the badass warrior ‘Jax’, hunting down his fellow humans just for the fun of it. Did we mention he’s infected by an alien parasite? Well, that explains it.

The series premieres on BYUtv on October 1st and comes from Ender’s Game author Orson Scott Card and ...
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Sep 27, 2017 In Lethal Weapon by MoCrovellie
Lethal Weapon - Season 2 E01 El Gringo Loco
Lethal Weapon is back with Season 2!

Well i for one have been waiting for this, and i am glad it finally started again. The 2 leads have such a great chemistry, and they are funny especially Riggs is very likeable.
In this episode we see what Riggs and Murtaugh are doing in Mexico, and finally Riggs has found Tito and is about to take his revenge, ofcourse Murtaugh is there to keep Riggs alive.
After they decided to take Tito down through the legal system, someone steals Riggs his thunder, and with that his reason to be a cop. But then they discover something about the murder and start investigating it and find the true culprit, who stole Riggs his chance of taking out Tito for his wife and unborn child.
Well this episode could have easily played out over 2 episodes, but i felt still satisfied for somewhat.

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Sep 25, 2017 In Halt And Catch Fire by ChrisTVfan
Actor Brian Norris Brings a Doer Attitude to Final Season of ‘Halt and Catch Fire’

A web of complications continues to build as the final season of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire is growing closer. The season has been all about old friends turning into foes – and possibly friends again.

Actor Brian Norris joined the intensely competitive drama this season as ‘Elliot’, the leader of Donna’s (Kerry Bishé) team Rover. Trying to stay a step - or two - ahead of the tech crowd takes its toll on the team, which could lead to the team’s downfall.

Personally, Brian is also a ‘doer’ -- turning in a stand-out supporting performance all season. Of course, it’s no surprise for his fans who remember him from playwright/filmmaker Neil LaBute’s DirecTV series, Full Circle. He has also appeared on Masters of Sex, Longmire, iZombie, Castle, Mad Men, Awake, Community, Lie to Me, and the Eddie Murphy film A Thousand Words.

I recently caught up with ...Read more
Sep 02, 2017 In Saturday Night Live by HelloStuart
Weekend Update Thursday #3 (8/24/17)
Right after watching the last WU Summer Edition, I stumbled upon a Seth Meyers repeat. The original airdate was August 9th, and the “desk-ologue” included a joke about Stephen Miller praising President Trump’s oratory skills. Given what has transpired since that show and over the last three weeks, that gag almost feels quaint. Cojo and Che presided over maybe the worst August in recent memory, and came out of it burnishing their promising legacy. This show also aired during that portion of August where nearly every late night talk show is on a two-week summer sabbatical (“Conan” being the sole exception) so in a way, WUSE is for a fleeting moment the only show in town.

For a nice change of pace, the third and final summer special had a cold open, rather than jumping right into Update. Rote caricature or not, Alec Baldwin’s Trump impression was the ...Read more
Aug 22, 2017 In Saturday Night Live by HelloStuart
Weekend Update Thursday #2 (8/17/17)
The exasperated look on Michael Che's face spoke volumes. The altercation in Charlottesville, VA dominated the news the second week in August, and lingered heavily on the minds of the the Weekend Update brain trust. The Nazi and white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, and our president attempting to justify their actions, was both a feast of false equivalency and a landmine for potential satire. Che brought a knowing energy into the material, while Cojo was at his deadpan observer best. Once again, most of the jokes landed.

Where last week's show had a generous number of appearances by the current cast, this week they took a backseat to cameos by SNL alumni. Two of the three commentaries were connected to Charlottesville: the latter of those two merits a thesis in its own right, but Jimmy Fallon playing George Washington was a gem. He deflected questions about being a ...
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Aug 21, 2017 In Saturday Night Live by JM5000
Early Season 43 Predictions
So while we're halfway through the Thursday Update run for this year (which I'll briefly talk about after it's all over), I figured that now is about as good a time as any to make some early predictions for this season's hosts and musical guests...

I guess the first one to predict in BOTH categories before every season begins is whoever is the biggest breakout name of the summer (or at the very least, the biggest current name who hasn't done it yet...)

For hosts, at the top of the list is Gal Gadot, what with "Wonder Woman" being the big hit of the summer (and for several reasons, one of them being that it's one of the best movies of the year). Another notable breakout is Tom Holland from "Spider-Man: Homecoming", another movie in the higher ranks of the summer blockbusters...

That said ...Read more
Aug 18, 2017 In General Tv Discussion by ChrisTVfan
Actress Wendy Braun Brings a Strong Opinion to New Netflix Series ‘Atypical’
Actress Wendy Braun discusses her recurring role in Netflix original series "Atypical"
Aug 15, 2017 In The Night Shift 2013 by ChrisTVfan
Actress Yvonne Valadez Joins Fellow Military Veterans on The Night Shift

Americans willing to serve in the armed forces play a valuable role in our society. So, does telling their stories.

NBC’s medical drama, The Night Shift, showcases military and veterans issues regularly, but the most recent episode titled “Keep the Faith” goes a step farther. Not only does the storyline highlight veterans, but behind the scenes the show cast veterans in guest roles and also hired them to write and direct.

One such person brought in for this special episode was Army veteran turned actress Yvonne Valadez. The story follows a busy night at San Antonio Memorial when multiple veterans are injured in a protest gone wrong. Yvonne enters the story as Ananya, an ex-military photographer who was hurt while covering the protest. Dr. Drew Alister (Brendan Fehr) quickly discovers this fearless woman is battling a degenerative disease hell bent on taking away her sight. Haunted by his own ...
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