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Game of Thrones: The Bear and the Maiden Fair Preview by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(May 06, 2013)
Here is your preview of the next episode of Game Of Thrones. Next week’s episode is titled “The Bear and The Maiden Fair”. It will premiere next Sunday at 9PM only on HBO. For more on Game Of Thrones

TV Wasteland: May Flowers by Rob Vaux
(May 06, 2013)
It’s a full week on the Wasteland, but also a fairly typical one. Let’s take a look at how the days break down.

Da Vincis Demons: The Magician Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 06, 2013)
Things are getting tense in Florence. Count Riario has brought his army to the outskirts of Florence and brought the Pope’s terms of surrender to Lorenzo Medici. Included in these terms is that the Medici’s banks absolve Rome of all their debts and t

Supernatural The Great Escapist Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 05, 2013)
I’m not going to say I haven’t been enjoying season eight of Supernatural because I have, but the show has been SO much better when it has focused on the main plot involving Kevin Tran, the Prophet and the search for the demon and angel tablets. This

Doctor Who Preview: Nightmare in Silver by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(May 04, 2013)
Check out this preview or “Next Time” of the next episode of Doctor Who. It is written by none other than the Neil Gaiman.

Clone Wars Preview: Plo Koons Discovery by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(May 04, 2013)
Star Wars.com has released a special clip from the final episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Here we see Master Plo Kloon make a startling discovery. Could it be that he found Master Sifo-Dyas? In case you have forgotten, Master Sifo-Dyas was the Jedi w

Arrow: The Undertaking Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(May 03, 2013)
Now THAT’S what you call an episode! With the season finale just two weeks away, the writers of Arrow may not have pulled out all the stops this week but they certainly pulled out a lot of them, with major revelations about several of the show’s key p

Revolution: Home Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(May 02, 2013)
I've trod this territory before, sounding his praises from these very pages. Lyons takes Monroe from the mundane level of scowling evil dictator to nuanced mad man, tortured but beyond redemption. The man doesn't simply emote, as Monroe we're given subtle

Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS Review by Kimberly McCall, Critic
(May 02, 2013)
If anyone watched that trailer proceeding this weeks Doctor Who episode, “Journey to the Centre of the Tardis,” it seemed to promise loads of insight and maybe even answer a question or two about our mysterious main characters.

TEEN TITANS GO! LEGENDARY SANDWICH/PIE BROS Review by Johnny Destructo, Critic and Comic Geek
(May 01, 2013)
Oh man, this is difficult. I am at a loss for words, which is a rarity, so I'm just going to be as blunt as I can. This show is bad. Not like Michael Jackson's BAD, which at the time actually meant good, or cool. This show is terrible. Not only is it painf

Defiance: The Devil in the Dark Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(May 01, 2013)
Despite some slight pacing issues, this week's Defiance succeeds by further growing the roots of its world, strengthening the mythos surrounding the series, and introducing to the TV audience some elements that have been confined to the video game. A gripe

DVD Shopping Bag: STNG: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Blu-ray by Robert T. Trate , Columnist and Critic
(April 30, 2013)
It was a crazy time for the cast, crew, and fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation. When those final moments arrived in season 3 I literally went out of mind with questions.

GAME OF THRONES: Kissed by Fire Review by Jarrett Kruse, TV Critic
(April 30, 2013)
I am stilled hopped up from last week’s episode like a kid going on a sugar rush from a few too many packages of Fun-Dip (my favorite candy as a kid.) We dusted ourselves off and travelled again to the world of Westeros where the fire has clearly not gon

Bates Motel: The Man In Number 9 Review by Michael Henley, TV Critic
(April 30, 2013)
After last week’s mayhem and secret-sharing, Bates Motel takes things down a notch this week. Sort of. “The Man In Number 9,” now unburdened from the series’ opening murder mystery arc, takes to exploring the love life of Norman Bates, with an extr

Warehouse 13: The Living and the Dead Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(April 30, 2013)
Welcome back Warehouse 13! I very much missed the whimsical brevity brought by the Pete and Myka adventure hour. Many shows strive so hard to be gritty and edgy that they loose fun in the process. Thankfully Warehouse 13 continually manages to be engaging,

Game Of Thrones: The Climb Preview by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 29, 2013)
HBO has posted a preview of next week’s episode of Game Of Thrones. Next week episode is titled “The Climb”. It also marks the half way point on season 3. Game Of Thrones returns this on Sunday night at 9PM, only on HBO.

Da Vincis Demons: The Prisoner Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 29, 2013)
The third episode of Da Vinci’s is the first not to be directed by show creator David S. Goyer. Does anyone else have the impression that Da Vinci’s Demons is looking to try and rival Game of Thrones for most sub-plots? It’s nowhere close at this p

TV Wasteland: Open up the Warehouse by Rob Vaux, Writer
(April 29, 2013)
Warehouse 13 is back! And more importantly, it’s also showing no signs of flagging. Starting out as a lighter, fluffier variation on The X-Files, it quickly found its own rhythm and now acts as a marvelous tonic to the more self-serious sci-fi shows out

Arrow: Home Invasion Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 28, 2013)
After a two week hiatus Arrow returns with a busy, but enjoyable episode. Deadshot is back in town and Diggle is determined to make him pay for murdering his brother. A sting operation is setup by Diggle’s former associate of A.R.G.U.S. to trap Deadsho

Supernatural: Pac-Man Fever Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 28, 2013)
The Winchesters old friend Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day), last seen earlier this season in “Larp and the Real Girl”, returns to help the brothers with a case where several victims have had their insides liquefied.

Doctor Who: The Crimson Horror Trailer by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 27, 2013)
Here is the “Next Time” trailer for the Doctor’s next adventure. Watch “The Crimson Horror” next Saturday only on BBC and BBC America.

The Musketeers First Photo Arrives by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(April 26, 2013)
It has been hard to ignore the great programming and TV series that the BBC has been producing. Whether it be Doctor Who, Orphan Black, Copper, or Ripper Street when the BBC announces a new series Mania pays attention. Here is the first photo and press rel

Doctor Who: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS Clip by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 24, 2013)
Here is another clip from this week’s episode of Doctor Who. Hopefully we will see either the bowling alley or the swimming pool as we “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS”.

Doctor Who: Hide Review by Kimberly McCall, TV Critic
(April 24, 2013)
Creepy ghost in a creepy old house. Is any Doctor Who story really that simple? This week’s “Hide,” directed by Neil Cross, is a lovely brew of ghost story fun, time travel phenomenon, and monster love...literally.

Revolution: The Night the Lights Went out in Georgia Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(April 24, 2013)
The ragged Revolution band makes its way to the Georgia Federation this week on NBC, answering a number of questions along the way. Foremost of these: if a Georgia based spin off were made (Think CSI: Miami), what color filter would be used to differentiat

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