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The Originals Finale Photos: Klaus Goes on Trial as the Prophecy Is Fulfilled

The Originals Finale Photos: Klaus Goes on Trial as the Prophecy Is Fulfilled
Klaus and Co. will barely have time to mourn The Originals‘ latest victim before a new — albeit distressingly familiar — enemy arrives to take them all down.

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The CW on Monday released a batch of photos from the series’ Season 3 finale (May 20, 9/8c) in which “the Mikaelson siblings finally come face to face with the one person that could lead to their ultimate demise.”

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Eager for more? Look no further than the finale’s official description for additional ominous teases:

With the stakes higher
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Ratings: The Amazing Race Hits Season Low, Shark Tank at 10-Week High

Ratings: The Amazing Race Hits Season Low, Shark Tank at 10-Week High
CBS’ The Amazing Race this Friday drew 5.6 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating, down a tenth in the demo to a season (and what appears to be a series) low.

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Leading out of that, Hawaii Five-0 (8.3 mil/1.1) was steady, while Blue Bloods (9.9 mil/1.2) dipped a tenth.

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Elsewhere in the ratings….

NBC | Pending adjustment due to an NBA preemption in Portland, Grimm (4 mil/0.9) is currently flat.

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Performer of the Week: Leah Pipes

Performer of the Week: Leah Pipes
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The Show | The Originals

The Episode | “No More Heartbreaks” (April 29, 2016)

The Performance | From the moment Camille O’Connell first appeared in Season 4 of The Vampire Diaries to the moment she bid farewell on Friday’s The Originals, she never stopped looking for her purpose — and, ideally, herself in the process. In fact, during her three-season transformation from bartender to psychologist to vampire, the only constant was Pipes’ commitment to the under-appreciated role.

But she never played into her character’s insecurities. In spite of her dark surroundings, Pipes always infused Cami with a sense of optimism
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Vampire Diaries Recap: Hunting Season

Vampire Diaries Recap: Hunting Season
Another one bit the dust on Friday’s Vampire Diaries. Then another… and another. (Seriously, the back half of Season 7 couldn’t have any less chill.)

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To whom should we give the credit for knocking out the remaining vampires on Rayna’s hit list? Technically, that honor goes to Alex’s seemingly infinite gang of Armory soldiers, who leveled the playing field within a day’s time. (It was cute watching Damon and Enzo play Supernatural, with Damon’s Camaro filling in for the Winchesters’ Impala, but there
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The Originals: Will Klaus Save Cami? Ep Previews the Duo's 'Powerful' Episode

The Originals: Will Klaus Save Cami? Ep Previews the Duo's 'Powerful' Episode
Let’s be real for a second: Despite Klaus’ strong feelings for Cami, his track record for keeping her alive in times of crisis is… less than stellar.

So your fear is completely justified as we head into Friday’s episode of The Originals (The CW, 9/8c), which picks up moments after Lucien injected Klaus’ main squeeze with his home-brewed strain of deadly venom.

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As far as Cami’s chances for survival are concerned, we only have executive producer Michael Narducci‘s words to go on:

When she gets to [Klaus], he’s
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The Vampire Diaries' Leslie-Anne Huff Previews Rayna at Rock Bottom: 'She's Lost Her Entire Life's Work'

The Vampire Diaries' Leslie-Anne Huff Previews Rayna at Rock Bottom: 'She's Lost Her Entire Life's Work'
Rayna Cruz may be the world’s most feared vampire hunter, but as we’re about to see, even bloodthirsty killers have their limit.

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Picking up where last week’s episode left off — on the floor, specifically — Friday’s Vampire Diaries (The CW, 8/7c) finds Rayna staring down what could be the final hours of her last life. (You know, assuming she doesn’t back out of her plan to save Bonnie.)

“She just Beautiful Mind-ed all the names of the vampires in her head, so if you think about it,
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"Turn the People" Proves They've Got A Few Tricks Left Up Their Robes' Sleeves

I really like Monks of Mellonwah. I was passed their previous album to review and really got into it, calling the title track off Afraid To Die akin to a 007-esque Bond track. I stand by that. That last album was off the chain. Hopefully, Turn The People, their latest, is just as good.

The album starts off a little slower than the raucous excitement found in “Afraid To Die,” with “Ghost Stories” being a beautiful and evocative track, recalling Chris Cornell’s solo efforts. I was also picking up a distinct Coheed & Cambria vibe from the album as a whole, only interpreted through a more relaxed, almost Incubus-style vibe. I love all of this. This is all a win, for me.

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"Afraid To Die" Should Have Some Shirley Bassey Back Up

Oddly enough, Monks of Mellonwah’s album Afraid to Die calls to mind images of James Bond-ian adventures. The lead track, “Afraid To Die,” has all the orchestral beats that your standard Bond film theme song would have, but is far better than recent title tracks for flicks like Quantum of Solace or Skyfall. I can easily envision Daniel Craig mowing dudes down with Cqc moves and firing a Walther Ppk while Monks of Mellonwah blares over the soundtrack.

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Tsr Exclusive: “Ebert Presents At the Movies” co-host Ignatiy Vishnevetsky (Part I)

Ignatiy Vishnevetsky talks about his new show, his movie appetite and his pop quiz with “The Daily Beast”

Ignatiy Vishnevetsky is a movie man of unlimited dialogue. When the new co-host of “Ebert Presents At the Movies” called me the day of his TV debut to discuss the new show and his background, an interview that I thought would be twenty minutes (usually the norm with everyone else) expanded into over an hour-long discussion of film with Vishnevetsky seemingly running racetracks around whatever grasp and knowledge of film I have. A cinephile from Mubi.com handpicked by Roger Ebert from Chicago’s underground film society, (which includes a job at Bucktown’s Odd Obsession) Vishnevetsky had so much to say about every aspect of film, with his words chosen carefully and without even a single dash of the pretension that even cinema’s most celebrated essayists may exhibit. It’s
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