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Rachel Boston On Ingrid In 'Witches Of East End' Season Two

June 16th, 2014 5:15pm EDT
Rachel Boston
The witching hour is upon us as "Witches of East End" returns next month. The show’s producers, as well as Rachel Boston who plays Ingrid, sat down with Starpulse at the 2014 ATX Television Festival. What they revealed on the upcoming season has us feeling as though the show will be better than ever. “We take advantage of all things the fans love about the show. Flashbacks, mythology, life and death stakes and an ending that launches you directly into season three. The way we end is the most unexpected season ender of any show I’ve ever heard of,” writer and producer Richard Hatem says. But...
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'White Collar' 3.05 'Veiled Threat' Review

July 5th, 2011 10:01pm EDT
White Collar
Hello again, White Collar! Apologies for cheating on you with The Voice, but I'm back now and I'm glad to see you haven't missed me too much. "Veiled Threat" isn't the best episode, but it has glimmers of greatness inside of it.

This week's premise is rife with possibilities: Neal, Peter and Jones go undercover at a bachelor auction to lure in a suspected "black widow" named Selena (played by Madchen Amick, who will always be the spouse from Viva Laughlin to me). While this makes Sara bring up that she and Neal have never been on a "real date," Elizabeth is more amused and tries ...
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'Gossip Girl' Recap: Thanksgiving Table Serves As Love's Chopping Block

December 1st, 2009 8:35am EST
Gossip Girl
This week's episode of Gossip Girl felt more like a Valentine's Day Massacre, rather than Thanksgiving dinner. Cupid's arrows were flying every which direction, ensuring that trouble was cooking alongside the turkey.

First up on love's chopping block - Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford). Nate hinted in the last episode that he'd been harboring feelings for Serena (Blake Lively) for the past three years. He's been doing a pretty damn good job of hiding those feelings, considering in the meantime he's been with Blair (Leighton Meester), Vanessa (Jessica Szohr), Jenny (Taylor Momsen), and who ...
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Five Shows That Suck (But Shouldn't)

November 10th, 2008 10:53am EST
Private Practice
PRIVATE PRACTICE

When Private Practice debuted in May of last year, industry bible Variety released a less than glowing review: "Private Practice isn't a full-fledged screw-up, certainly, but so far it is a serious letdown."

The tragedy of the show is that not much has changed in its second season, despite a host of enviable advantages: The medical dramedy is helmed by successful head writer/creator Shonda Rhimes, is a spinoff of Rhimes' consistently popular and buzzworthy hit Grey's Anatomy and boasts a good cast featuring that once-wildly popular Grey's character, Addison Forbes Mo...
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'Gossip Girl' Recap: 'Chuck In Real Life'

October 21st, 2008 9:44am EDT
Gossip Girl
It's finally time for the Bass' and van der Woodsen clan to make a formal appearance as a family for all Manhattan to see. Bart (Robert John Burke) has returned from his ever-extended business trip and this means new rules and guidelines that include no going out on school nights and curfews. What's a gossip girl to do with such imposing restrictions? Defy them, of course! Chuck (Ed Westwick) teases Serena (Blake Lively) for staying in and reading a book while he goes to make a "house call."

This "house" being called upon ends up being none other than Blair Waldorf's (Leighton Meester)...
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'Gossip Girl' Recap: The Ex-Files

September 23rd, 2008 11:37am EDT
Gossip Girl
Oh my, its senior year already for the boys and girls of Gossip Girl; that might not be the best thing since ratings for teen shows always go straight down hill once the cast hits the college years. This year isn't looking too promising either, though. Serena (Blake Lively) and Dan (Penn Badgley) can't seem to have a civil conversation…and neither can Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester).

Blair, of course, is too busy dissecting through this years' set of underclassmen to bother with Chuck. Serena, on the other hand, doesn't want any part of Blair's rule as "Queen B" of th...
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'Gossip Girl' Recap: Dan & Serena Break Up Again, Nate Still A Gigolo

September 16th, 2008 8:56am EDT
Gossip Girl
Nothing is a secret when Gossip Girl is around. With all her little pre-teen minions running around Manhattan snapping photos, she definitely has all the help she can get in delving into the secrets of New York's elite. This, of course, includes favorite 'it' couple, lonely boy Dan (Penn Badgley) and Serena (Blake Lively) who still haven't seemed to make their relationship official, again.

Gossip Girl keeps nothing to herself for long and posts a picture of the two lip-locked, letting everyone know that they are, in fact, together. This leads to nothing but scrutiny from family and fr...
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'Gossip Girl' Recap: A Who's Done Who Mystery

September 9th, 2008 10:18am EDT
Gossip Girl
Instead of a "Who Done It" murder mystery, this week's episode of Gossip Girl seemed more like a "Who's Done Who" mystery - and everyone had the chance to play along.

Beginning with Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) and Dan Humphrey's (Penn Badgley) joyous sexual reunion (or in this case, morning disillusion) on the Hampton beach, the sex-capades of Gossip Girl were in full swing. Scantily clad Serena was confused if she and Dan should actually be back together, claiming that they broke up "for a reason."

Fellow viewers will hopefully recall that at the end of last season Ser...
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CBS Picks Up 3 Dramas, 1 Comedy For 2007-08; Drops 'Jericho', 'The Class'

May 16th, 2007 10:41am EDT
Jimmy Smits stars in Cane
CBS announced today its 2007-2008 fall primetime lineup, featuring five new series - one comedy, three dramas and one reality program. These freshman series will join 17 returning programs on the current CBS lineup.

The five new series feature bold and creative concepts, including "Viva Laughlin," where drama is accented by iconic music; "Cane," starring Jimmy Smits as the head of a powerful South Florida Cuban-American family; "Moonlight," a romantic thriller with a new twist on the vampire legend; "The Big Bang Theory," a comedy about genius geeks from "Two and A Half Men" co-creator...
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