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'Revolution' Review: 'One Riot, One Ranger'

October 24th, 2013 9:38am EDT
Revolution
I’m not going to bore you with repeated statements about how impressed I am with Revolution’s upgraded performance, but after “One Riot, One Ranger,” I’m now absolutely sure more has happened in the past five episodes than in all of last season’s 22 episodes combined. The action-packed hour not only gave us some interesting intel, but also gave closure to the split group storyline by reuniting all of our main characters for the first time since May (recall that we began the season with everyone already split, hinging on flashbacks to show us exactly what went down that caused Charlie to str...
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'Revolution' Recap: 'Patriot Games'

October 17th, 2013 10:27am EDT
Revolution
I’ll start by being completely honest: Revolution is not my favorite show, but it’s worlds better than it was last season. More importantly? The program is finally, finally, finally getting on track to be what it should have been all along. (Remember how I pointed out that things were getting progressively darker? Apparently now we’ve gotten to the point where we have to put up one of those violence warnings. I’m not sure why NBC decided to move the show to an earlier hour only to have it be ten times more graphic than it ever was last season, but I also don’t claim to understand the inner ...
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'Revolution' Review: 'There Will Be Blood'

October 3rd, 2013 8:50am EDT
Revolution
Revolution continues its revamped second season by picking up where we left off last week, with Aaron waking up after being mysteriously revived. It seems like this is going to be one of the bigger ongoing plot lines, and as much as some people might think it’s a bit “hokey” I actually find it interesting – we’re not only giving Zak Orth a storyline with potential, it’s also one that’s big enough to involve other characters (case in point, we see a bit more of Rachel’s uneasiness and guilt as Aaron tries to reconcile his resurrection.) While Aaron believes that his revival is due to the nan...
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'Revolution' Season 2 Premiere: 'Born In The USA'

September 26th, 2013 9:55am EDT
Revolution
Revolution has had an interesting journey.

The post-apocalyptic series premiered last fall with a promising cast, intriguing concepts, and skilled show runners – all the right ingredients for everything that equal buzz and success. But Revolution’s first season was plagued with misdirection; some good episodes balanced out by not so good ones as well as muddled storytelling. Often, its actors were the saving grace of an otherwise bland hour, and a mid-season setback in the form of a four-month hiatus didn’t help matters.

When we sat down with EP Eric Kripke at Comic Con, he revealed his a...
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'Revolution' Recap: 'Children Of Men'

May 29th, 2013 3:55pm EDT
Revolution - Season 1
In the first of its final two hours, Revolution delivered on most of what it seems to have been promising all season – lots of action, character development payoff, and answers to questions that we just couldn’t seem to figure out. In fact, the hour was wrought with so much action that it makes us wonder if the show left us anything for its final episode, save for an inevitable Monroe/Miles showdown and a final battle towards turning the power back on – which, as we now know, could result in either success…or death. For some time, we’ve wondered how Revolution would move towards its next se...
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'Revolution' Recap: 'Clue'

May 21st, 2013 3:21pm EDT
Revolution - Season 1
With two episodes to go in Revolution’s first season, time is moving fast. Maybe too fast. While “Clue” benefited from a good pace and decent use of most of its cast members (something that I feel has been wavering from episode to episode) it also seemed a little rushed, as if the show was trying to cram in as much as possible in the third-to-last hour. With Monroe now setting up camp at the The Tower (the basis of where we’ve been trying to go all season) Miles and Co. on their way there via helicopter, and Rachel and Aaron finally enacting their revenge plan, it looks like we’re headed to...
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People's Choice Awards 2013 Fashion: Emma Watson, Jennifer Lawrence, Sandra Bullock & More Sizzling Celebs!

January 10th, 2013 9:00am EST
2013 People's Choice Awards
Awards season has officially commenced! The People's Choice Awards took place in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, and the red carpet was flooded with fashionable stars.

"The Hunger Games" dominated, picking up six trophies. Lead actress Jennifer Lawrence was named "Favorite Movie Actress" and "Favorite Face of Heroism." She showed off some thigh in a short black sequined dress.

"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" star Emma Watson wore a daring and colorful graphic cut-out mini dress, while Humanitarian award winner Sandra Bullock opted for a more traditional calf-length black and blue off th...
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TV's Sexy Female Stars 2013 Edition

January 1st, 2013 2:04pm EST
TV's Sexy Female Stars 2013 Edition
Midseason TV is about to start up, so to heat things up a bit we thought it would be kind on our part to give you our annual list of TV's sexiest ladies. Some on the list are new, some have been around but we assure you that all are extremely hot and sexy.

Check out our list and let us know if we missed anyone.

The Australian beauty Yvonne Strahovski rose to fame in Chuck.
She currently stars on the Showtime series Dexter as Hannah McKay.

Monica Raymund - Once Dana Lodge in The Good Wife and now Gabriela Dawson in Chicago Fire

Hayden Panettiere - as Juliette Barnes in the ABC ...
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50 Hottest Celebrity Women Of 2012

December 14th, 2012 8:42am EST
Hottest Celebrity Women of 2012
They've delighted us on stage, on screen and on the red carpet - they're the hottest women of 2012!

One of them, Rihanna, keeps making headlines for her mysterious relationship with Chris Brown. She sucks us in with her number-one songs and controversial Twitter photos.

British royal Kate Middleton has always turned heads, but now that she's pregnant she's captured the hearts of even more fans all over the world (and the leaked topless photos earlier this year didn't hurt).

At 43 Jennifer Lopez is one of the oldest women on our list, but she still knows how to dominate the stage in skint...
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'Revolution' Star Tracy Spiridakos Is 'Obsessed' With Her PlayStation

September 18th, 2012 10:06am EDT
Tracy Spiridakos
Canadian actress Tracy Spiridakos stars in this fall's survival drama Revolution, about what happens when all the electricity on Earth stops working.

The show takes place 15 years after the shutdown and Tracy plays a girl searching for answers -- and her brother -- after her father is killed by a local militia. Turns out hs may have had something to do with the blackout.

It's the first top-billed role for the sexy star, who's only got a few credits to her filmography; including this year's Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Things We Lost in the Fire.

The Burnaby, British Columbia, nativ...
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