Television

'Transporter: The Series' Recap: 'T2' - Frank's Tragic Romance

December 28th, 2014 9:06am EST
'Transporter: The Series' Recap And Review: 'T2' - Frank's Tragi
Despite the title, this week's episode of Transporter: The Series has nothing to do with the sci-fi classic Terminator 2: Judgment Day. But like that movie, it has its own good versus evil double act, as Frank tangles with fellow transporter and nemesis Olivier Dassin, and also meets the young upstart who becomes the replacement - at least in theory - for the beloved Dieter.

We're in Poland, where Caterina still hasn't adjusted to Frank's driving, but she's brought him to meet a billionaire who wants a meeting enough to pay dearly for it. But in the lobby, they walk into Dassin (Dhaffer L'...
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The Best TV Finales Of 2014

December 27th, 2014 3:00pm EST
Image from Fargo
All things must end- a film, a book, a refreshing, low-calorie Diet Dr. Pepper- but TV's different. On TV, a story grows over months (years, even), letting you build up a real, regular connection with those onscreen.

Then, when the ending hits, it slams into you with the impact of all those devoted hours that came beforehand.

It just feels so final, you know? Maybe that's why they call it a "finale."

2014 had its share of massive finales- maybe nothing on the level of "Breaking Bad" last year, but solid enders nonetheless. Shows that capped off their seasons with ridiculous cliffhangers...
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TV's 10 Best Female Characters Of 2014

December 27th, 2014 11:43am EST
Television's 10 Best Female Characters Of 2014
No more simple sidekicks. No more dopey love interests with no purpose other than mooning over the smoldering leading man. Female characters have come a long way. From the anti-hero badasses who don’t mind destroying lives if it means getting their way to intelligent, compassionate women with ambition, 2014 was home to dozens of amazing female characters. These women push boundaries, more than hold their own against their male counterparts, and entertain audiences all over.

While it was tough to narrow down the barrage of awesome women to a short list, we have the 10 best female characters...
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2014: Television's Most Shocking Moments

December 26th, 2014 4:00pm EST
Television's Most Shocking Moments Of 2014
Television creators, writers, and producers are constantly attempting to grab headlines with shocking moments that outdo their previous seasons and outshine the competition. 2014 was no different, with dozens of jaw dropping and instantly unforgettable twists and turns. Here are the top moments that made us gasp, cry, cheer, and stayed with us long after our screens went dark. Beware there are tons of spoilers to be found within.

The Good Wife’s Shocking Departure

Alicia Florrick and Will Gardner were meant to be. Typically, a television series introduces a love interest and then takes ...
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'Saturday Night Live's' Best Christmas Sketches

December 24th, 2014 12:00pm EST
SNL - Best X-Mas Sketches
With four decades and hundreds of episodes of hilarity, it is a fool’s errand to make a definitive list of the best “Saturday Night Live” sketches of all time. This list is a little more focused than that, covering only the best of the material centered on December 25 and all its accoutrements. Throughout the years we have gotten Christmas cheer in such ways as musical bits and Weekend Update visits, but this list will only be covering sketches proper, which is even still a bit of a fool’s errand. Regardless, here is a foolhardy attempt at the 12 Best Sketches of “SNL” Christmas:

12. Me...
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'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'Recap: Medford, 90210

December 24th, 2014 11:07am EST
'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 5 Episode 6 Recap: Med
You can go home again -- if only to pick up your old stuff.

Lisa Rinna goes back to Oregon because her childhood home has just been sold, due to her parents' move into an assisted living facility. She also reunites with her half sister who (lion) shares in the responsibility of taking care of her parents.

Lisa brings her two teen daughters to help her retrieve her things that her mother has held onto for the past thirty years, and to say goodbye to the past.

Before she left, Lisa introduced Eileen to Yolanda, who realized that besides having in common that they both live in Malibu, the...
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Netflix Lands Pee-Wee Herman's New Movie

December 24th, 2014 9:04am EST
Pee-Wee Herman's New Movie Gets Exclusive Netflix Release
Ready for the Pee-Wee revolution?

Well, ready or not, it's nearly upon us. Pee-Wee Herman is back in a big way- a new film starring Paul Reubens' beloved bow-tied weirdo may be headed to Netflix.

Reubens first announced a new Pee-Wee Herman film in October, but originally set the film up at Universal.

Now, Universal's gone and Netflix is swooping in; clearly part of Netflix's plan to become the content provider with that controls all content, now and forever.

We're still missing a few major details on the film (like a title, a story or a director) but we know that the latest installment...
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Why Is Charlie Sheen Looking For A New Job?

December 23rd, 2014 11:33am EST
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Cancelled
Charlie Sheen's FX Series "Anger Management" has been cancelled by the network.

After he was fired from 'Two and a Half Men," Sheen developed and starred in the series, which came to a close on Monday night.

The show ran for 100 episodes over two seasons.

FX announced the end date for "Anger Management" in a November press release.

The show premiered to record ratings in 2012 and close to 6 million viewers tuned in.

Since that time, ratings have since slipped with recent episodes getting fewer than 500,000 viewers.

The cast was a revolving door of who's who over the subsequent 100 epi...
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'The Affair' Season Finale Review: 'It Wasn't Real'

December 23rd, 2014 9:11am EST
'The Affair' Season 1 Finale Review: 'It Wasn't Real'
The first season finale of The Affair takes an ambiguous approach with its conclusion and leaves some of the mystery still alive for the season to come. Though it is not explicitly communicated, the series hints at definitive answers regarding Scotty’s death. For instance, Noah’s paranoia about his car certainly tells us that Scotty was run over by that particular vehicle and that he might actually be guilty, despite the fact that the show never confirms who was driving the car that fateful night (leaving that specific detail up for debate). Other mysteries that have run throughout the seas...
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Heckler Calls Kardashian Sisters 'Trash'

December 23rd, 2014 8:32am EST
Kourtney And Khloe Kardashian Heckled By Random Stranger: 'You'r
Public opinion of the Kardashian family is not high right now. At least not for one very specific section of Fire Island- recently, a handful of the Kardashians caught an earful of expletives just for walking down the street.

The incident occurred in an episode of "Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons," as Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian (plus Kourtney's partner, Scott Disick) took a stroll on Fire Island.

They soon found themselves being screamed at.

“They’re not coming here, are they?” shouted a Fire Island resident from his upstairs window. “How’d they let you on the island? Nothing but t...
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