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May 15, 2016
“Walking After Midnight” – Wynonna Earp S01E07 Review
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May 21, 2016
Alan Young, Wilbur on Mr. Ed, voice of Scrooge McDuck, has passed away
http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/20/entertainment/alan-young-obit/index.html

I grew up on Mister Ed reruns and watched DuckTales as a kid, and Alan Young's performances were always just right. He was a very nuanced actor with comedy, never stole the spotlight but never phoned it in either, he seemed like a solid performer. Heck, he was in the 1960 The Time Machine as the friend and friend's son, such a natural performance that it fits perfectly and you don't even realize it's Wilbur - or at least, I didn't as a kid.

Three years ago, Young returned to lend his voice as Scrooge McDuck to the DuckTales Remastered video game, which took the NES classic game adding show actor voices and new cut scenes. Alan Young was 93 years old and making video games because the fans couldn't get enough of his ...Read more
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May 18, 2016
Actress Christine Syron Chats About Investigation Discovery’s New True-Crime Series Murder Among Friends


By definition, a “friend” is a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. Well, that’s not so apparent in the newest series from Investigation Discovery, Murder Among Friends.

Actress Christine Syron recently appeared in an episode of the true-crime documentary-style show which focuses on storylines about the deadly limitations among friends.

I recently caught up with her to find out more about this new real crime series.

Q: What can you tell us about your appearance on Investigation Discovery’s Murder Among Friends?

CHRISTINE: In this episode, I step in as a worried parent about to face her worst nightmare.

Q: How was it working on the show considering it’s based on true crimes?

CHRISTINE: Fascinating! These crimes are so disturbing and unthinkable and yet it's happening sometimes right next door.

Q: Anything surprise you about the storyline?

CHRISTINE: The age of the ...Read more
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May 08, 2016
"Constant Cravings" – Wynonna Earp S01E06 Review
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May 03, 2016
The Catch - Review - The first 6 episodes - "The Same but Different"
ABC's new TV show "The Catch" is quite interesting.

I was trying to figure out how to start my review and that train of thought lead to the sentence "The Same but Different", something I read in a book by the late Blake Snyder, "Save the Cat", a book about screenwriting.

An excellent book, if I might add. Lots of useful information if you wish to get into the craft.

Anyways, trying to categorize 'The Catch' is nearly impossible unless you consider "The Same But Different" an acceptable summary.

One key aspect of the plot: A grifter first known as Christopher (played by Peter Krause) falls for his mark Alice Vaughan (played by Mireille Enos). The mark is half owner of the "Anderson-Vaughan Investigations".

When watching the show, you can see it was inspired by elements from all kinds of movies and TV shows. The ones which comes to ...
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May 04, 2016
Houdini & Doyle - Review - The Maggie's Redress - Natural vs SuperNatural, that is the question
As series premiere goes, it wasn't bad at all. I like the show.

The actors played their parts well. The story was coherent enough. Some levity, some serious moments.

I'm no expert on Houdini or Doyle, I only know the general knowledge of what they are. Houdini was the world's best escape artist who also wasn't fond of the supernatural and always worked hard at debunking it.

As for Doyle, who hasn't heard or read of Sherlock Holmes... And yes, he was a great believer in the supernatural.

I don't expect this show to be historically accurate, it is fiction. Anyone who somehow even mentions this, well just remember, this is playing on FOX, not the History Channel.

As a pilot, I suspect it was more important for us to get to the gist of the characters first and foremost. The mystery was more ...
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May 10, 2016
William Schallert dies at 93; veteran supporting actor and union chief was Patty Duke's TV dad
William Schallert, a veteran TV performer and Hollywood union leader who played Patty Duke 's father on television and led a long, contentious strike for actors, has died.
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May 02, 2016
"Diggin' Up Bones" – Wynonna Earp S01E05 Review
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May 01, 2016
TV's Best Womances
Over the past few years, female friendships have idled compared to the ever-growing amount of male friendships or romances in my opinion. Perhaps it’s because bromances or romances are easier to write from a writer’s perspective. Or maybe because it’s difficult to write ‘womances’ that are meaningful without resorting to shallow TV stereotypes that are often attributed to female characters. However, it doesn’t mean that female friendships are any less important or can’t be done well. In fact, the following shows are successful in portraying womances that are fun, hilarious, emotionally powerful etc.

Special thanks to fellow TV.com member graindesable for giving me the idea for this article.

Veronica and Mac, Veronica Mars

When we first met Veronica, she was still grieving over the death of her best friend, Lily. The circumstances surrounding Lily’s murder investigation left her with no remaining friends until ...Read more
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