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'The Deuce' Recap: Welcome to New York

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Let's get this out of the way: What we have just witnessed was, hands down, the best episode of The Deuce yet. By a lot. Titled "Au Reservoir," it's funny, scary, sad, sexy and entertaining as hell from start to finish. How did this so-so show get so damned good so suddenly?

The answers may lie behind the scenes. This episode was directed by co-star James Franco, who previously helmed one of the series' better installments. Judging from his two turns in the driver's seat, he's got a knack for »


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‘Doctor Who’ Full Cast and Premiere Date Announced With a Photo of the Ensemble

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BBC America has announced the full cast for the latest iteration of “Doctor Who,” which stars Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. Joining the first-ever female Doctor will be Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan, and Mandip Gill as Yasmin; all are new additions to the cast. In addition, Sharon D. Clarke will have a recurring role.

Read More:Benedict Cumberbatch Doesn’t Understand Why ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ Can’t Have a Female Hero

Chris Chibnall (“Broadchurch”) serves as the head writer and executive producer of “Doctor Who,” which will come back for a 10-week run of 50-minute episodes next fall. “The new Doctor is going to need new friends. We’re thrilled to welcome Mandip, Tosin and Bradley to the Doctor Who family,” says Chibnall in a statement.

“They’re three of Britain’s brightest talents and we can’t wait to see them dive into »


- Michael Nordine

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The X-Files: The Real Story Behind Season 11's Big Mulder/Skinner Brawl

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In The X-Files‘ newly released Season 11 trailer, longtime frenemies Mulder and Skinner can be seen literally going at each other’s throats. What’s the nature of the duo’s beef this time around? We got the truth out of Mitch Pileggi.

RelatedThe X-Files: Exclusive Intel on William!

“It’s about Scully,” Skinner’s portrayer tells TVLine, adding that he has long attempted to telegraph to the audience that his short-fused G-man “might have a little crush on Scully” — one that that has led him to have some “resentment toward Mulder.” Combine that with the fact that both »


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Stranger Things 2 Just Dropped a Timely Poster to Get You Even More Excited

12 hours ago | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

The promotional poster game for "Stranger Things"'s second season has been as much a showcase of '80s pop culture as the series itself, and even though Stranger Things 2 is scheduled to drop on Netflix in a matter of days, the zeitgeist-y wink session isn't slowing just yet. »


- Amanda Bell

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‘The Simpsons’ New Treehouse of Terror Reveals First Preview and FXX Marathon Schedule

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Tonight brings the latest installment of “Treehouse of Horror,” the ongoing Halloween-themed episodes of The Simpsons that air around the spooky holiday every single season. Fox has released a new preview of their Sunday night programming block, including our first glimpse at “Treehouse of Horror Xxviii.” As we heard previously, the episode will have a […]

The post ‘The Simpsons’ New Treehouse of Terror Reveals First Preview and Fxx Marathon Schedule appeared first on /Film. »


- Ethan Anderton

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Quotes of the Week: The Flash, B99, Supernatural, Ahs: Cult and More

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The Walking Dead returns for its eighth season tonight, and we like to think our latest Quotes of the Week would get even Rick Grimes to crack a smile.

This time around, we’ve got a meta throwback on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Chidi’s nerdiest moment yet on The Good Place, a Last Man on Earth exchange that we think is supposed to be romantic and some late-night shade thrown by Jimmy Kimmel Live guest David Letterman.

Also featured in this week’s roundup: sound bites from American Horror Story: Cult, Supernatural, The Flash, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and more. »


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Check Out Adam Savage Giving a Tour of Part of The Blade Runner 2049 Set

17 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Feel free to be a little bit jealous of Adam Savage right now. I mean how many people, aside from those that work on the movie sets, are able to just walk in and enjoy the behind the scenes moments that are to be seen and experienced? The idea that this entire set that Savage is looking at was built within an old granite quarry located in Budapest within less than 3 days is amazing. There are a lot of people working on this project obviously and what’s even more impressive is that the scene he’s overlooking is not an

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Ryan Potter

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Ryan Potter is an actor and martial artist. He was born Portland, Oregon, on September 12, 1995.He is best-known for his role in the series ‘Supah Ninja’s in which he plays Mike Fukanaga and for providing the voice of Hiro Hamada in the 2014 movie ‘Big Hero 6’. The last role he played was the voice of Fish in the 2016 film ‘Throne of Elves’. He was recently cast as Garfield Gar Logan/ Beat Boy in the television series ‘Titans’. This is about a group of soon-to-be-superheroes from all over the DC Universe. In addition to working in film and

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- Nat Berman

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Star on Delivering the Classic Two-Handed Punch and Those Crazy Fan Theories

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[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Star Trek: Discovery” Episode 6, “Lethe.”]

Now that the mutineer has settled in, and the tardigrade was freed, “Star Trek: Discovery” has welcomed a new crew member to its ranks. On Sunday’s episode, Lt. Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif) came on board after escaping a Klingon prison ship with Captain Lorca (Jason Isaacs) last week. Although the larger and tougher Klingons were calling the shots, the two Starfleet officers teamed up in a miniature prison uprising, taking the guards by surprise and fighting their way free.

Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: The Surprises of ‘Lethe’ Include Friendly Replicators and Unfriendly Vulcans

“I think that moment of desperation, you hear stories of a mother lifting a car because of adrenaline in a desperate moment, if you need to escape you find a way,” Latif said in an interview with IndieWire. “There’s moments of vulnerability among the Klingons, that’s why they broke their necks. The »


- Hanh Nguyen

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The Walking Dead: How Many Dumb Things Can Father Gabriel Do?

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The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere was one of the series' most methodical episodes yet as Rick (Andrew Lincoln) led an attack on Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) Sanctuary to kick off "All Out War." The details of the attack were laid out like clockwork, and what made it so fun to watch was how

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- Tim Surette

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What is the New $5 a Month PBS Subscription Service?

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Have you ever waited for a certain program to air on PBS only to miss it? this can be frustrating as it’s been difficult to stream a show that has already been aired on the station. There is a solution for this problem on the horizon. PBS has just implemented a new plan to benefit members who participate in the funding efforts for the stations. The new subscription service has just recently been offered to enhance membership and is called PBS Passport. Here is everything that you need to know about it. Description of PBS Passport PBS Passport is a

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- Dana Hanson-Firestone

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Madam Secretary's Bebe Neuwirth Exits — Find Out Why Nadine's Leaving

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Madam Secretary‘s Elizabeth & Co. couldn’t avoid a governmental shutdown in Sunday’s episode, but that was hardly the toughest blow the hour offered up: By the end of the hour that Sec. McCord’s Chief of Staff Nadine Tolliver was ending her tenure at the State Department.

Just after the episode aired, Bebe Neuwirth announced her departure from the CBS series — which she requested —via a series of tweets.

1/3 So grateful for my time @MadamSecretary – a wonderful show where I love the cast, crew, background artists. #lifelongfriends

Bebe Neuwirth (@BebeNeuwirth) October 23, 2017

2/3 So grateful to @CBS for accepting my »


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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Sarek’s ‘Affinity to Humans Is Really Touching’

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[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Star Trek: Discovery” Episode 6, “Lethe.”]

Conflicts between parent and child are never pleasant, but “Star Trek: Discovery” takes it to another level entirely when the Vulcan ambassador Sarek (James Frain) struggles with one of his children. Following an attempted terrorist attack by a kamikaze logic extremist, Sarek barely makes it out alive, but is left unconscious and barely clinging to life. In this state, his mind keeps returning to a moment during the graduation day for his adopted daughter, the human Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green). In order to save his life in the real world, Michael must enter his psyche through their katra bond and break past his mental barrier.

Read More:‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: The Surprises of ‘Lethe’ Include Friendly Replicators and Unfriendly Vulcans

But when she enters this memory, Sarek becomes angry and defensive, and they enter into a physical altercation, using Vulcan martial arts. Frain spoke with IndieWire about the fight, »


- Hanh Nguyen

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Is Reality Show “Counting On” More Script Than Reality?

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Counting On is a reality TV show that started up on TLC in 2015 and has been running ever since that time. It is centered around the older children of the Duggar family, thus making it a spin-off of 19 Kids and Counting. With that said, it is interesting to note that there are some reasons to suspect that the events shown on Counting On might not be as real to life as its viewers would expect, though to be fair, that would not be particularly unusual for a reality TV show. Why Do People Suspect that Counting On Is

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- Nat Berman

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Hulu’s “Harlots”

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Harlots is a British period drama that has had a successful first season on Hulu, with the result that a second season is expected to come out in 2018. Like its name suggests, the TV show is centered around prostitutes in a historical London, thus providing its viewers with a look at a side of history that does not get covered much in other period dramas. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Harlots: Inspired By The Covent Garden Ladies Harlots was inspired by a book called The Covent Garden Ladies by Hallie Rubenhold,

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- Nat Berman

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The Walking Dead's Women Are the Real Stars of Season 8

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Before the Season 8 premiere, there was much ballyhoo about how The Walking Dead would be Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) show again. Executive producer Greg Nicotero said that Rick, not Negan, would drive the action this season. But now that we've seen the episode, we can say that while maybe it's

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- Liam Mathews

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‘The Walking Dead’ Showrunner on Why Rick Couldn’t Aim for Negan, and When Those Flash Forwards Will Be Explained

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[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers from the Season 8 premiere of “The Walking Dead.” Proceed at your own discretion.]

Advantage: Rick Grimes. As marketed for months, the “all-out war” between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) finally began in the Season 8 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” and it does appear like the Alexandria/Hilltop/Kingdom alliance has an early lead.

At the end of Episode 1, “Mercy” (which also doubles as the series’ landmark 100th installment), Negan looks to be in a tough spot — stuck in a shipping container, with Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), surrounded by walkers. But the battle with the Saviors has just started, and it’s sure to get more brutal before it’s done.

Nonetheless, there’s a bit of hope in “Mercy,” thanks to mysterious flash-forwards that show a dream-like future in Alexandria, where life is peaceful. Rick, sporting his own David Letterman-esque longbeard, wakes up to Michonne, Carl and a slightly older Judith, bouncing to “Weird Al” Yankovic’s “Another One Rides the Bus. »


- Michael Schneider

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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Mercy’ Celebrates 100 Episodes of Abject Misery

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Previously…

Last season, “The Walking Dead” had one of its biggest audiences ever for its worst-ever episode, and the show subsequently lost a number of viewers most shows would kill for, while still remaining a ratings powerhouse.

Rick and the others encountered new communities like the Hilltop (led by Gregory, who sucks) and the Kingdom (led by King Ezekiel, who rules). Both communities wound up rallying to Rick’s side, presumably because they were tried of Negan’s endless speechifying. Eugene went full heel, becoming a higher-up in the Saviors, while Savior lieutenant Dwight agreed to be a mole for the resistance. Finally, Sasha killed herself in a convoluted attempt on Negan’s life, because she had to go trek to the stars. Whew!

Read More:‘The Walking Dead’: AMC Launches Online Campaign to Make Season 8 Available on Hulu Whose Episode Is It?

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- Jeff Stone

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The Walking Dead: Here's What's Probably Going on With Rick's Flash-Forwards

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[Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Walking Dead comics and may contain spoilers for the series.]

The Walking Dead's Season 8 premiere contained three short scenes of a sweaty, pink-eyed Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) kneeling beneath a piece of stained glass and sort of zoning out. They

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- Liam Mathews

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Premiere Recap: Harm Offensive

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Warning: The following contains spoilers for the Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead. If you’ve yet to watch, pretend Negan’s about to take a swing and look away.

The Season 8 premiere (and 100th episode) of The Walking Dead was filled with inspiring fighting words about how the world belonged to Rick and our heroes, the allied forces were going to live in peace and harmony, they’d all be together forever, yadda, yadda, yadda. But the all-cried-out look in Rick’s red-rimmed eyes, seen in (I think) flash-forwards, served as a stark reminder that turning all that talk »


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