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A.J. Cook Talks 'Criminal Minds': 'The Facade Is Going To Start To Crack'

January 14th, 2015 12:06pm EST
A.J. Cook Talks 'Criminal Minds': 'The Facade Is Going To Start
A.J. Cook previously gave us the rundown on season nine of CBS's Criminal Minds, and she was back to talk about tonight's episode, "The Forever People." It's an important episode for her character, Jennifer "J.J." Jareau, who finally has to face some of the emotions she's been repressing since she was kidnapped in the show's 200th episode last season.

"It's coming up on her year anniversary with the abduction in episode 200, and all that craziness that went down," she told us. "[J.J.]'s been suppressing and pushing down all these feelings and emotions for about a year. And you can only do ...
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'Episodes' Season 4 Preview: More Hollywood Mayhem

January 11th, 2015 12:09pm EST
'Episodes' Season 4 Preview: More Hollywood Mayhem
Four seasons on, Showtime's Episodes reads like an affectionate breakup letter to Hollywood. It's the "I love you, but..." Its primary source of humor is and always has been the pain that's caused by the very industry the series is a part of, and there's nothing more painful - and therefore more entertaining - than what happens in season four, which premieres tonight.

The core of Episodes is that self-awareness: a TV show about how difficult and painful it can be to make a TV show, co-created by people who worked on two of the biggest comedies in modern TV history (David Crane and Jeffrey ...
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Interview: 'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)

January 8th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)
FX's Archer is the funniest show on television, because the people who make it are the funniest people in television. Case in point: Dr. Algernop Krieger, the crazed but oh so well intentioned clone of Adolf Hitler, is voiced by Lucky Yates, the crazed and relentlessly hilarious actor who is not a clone (that we know of). He can find the humor in anything, whether it's his character's latest scheme or just writing his own biography.

So we had a very hard time keeping a straight face when we caught up with Lucky to ask him about tonight's new season of Archer, how it felt to start over afte...
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A Look Back At 'Archer Vice': Cocaine, Country And Kenny Loggins

January 6th, 2015 2:07pm EST
A Look Back At 'Archer Vice': Cocaine, Country And Kenny Loggins
Archer Vice is dead; long live Archer. That's the mantra, as FX's supremely hilarious animated series returns for its sixth season on Thursday. But its fifth-season detour was still a thing of inappropriate brilliance, and now that it's available on home video, it's the perfect time to look back on the crazy idea that was Archer Vice.

By now, you know the story: in trouble with the government (again), Sterling Archer and his spy-agency cohorts wind up trying to make a living selling a large quantity of cocaine that just happens to have fallen into their possession. This goes as well for th...
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'All Hail King Julien' Brings 'Madagascar' Favorite To Netflix

December 19th, 2014 12:02pm EST
'All Hail King Julien' Brings 'Madagascar' Favorite To Netflix
After the big-screen success of The Penguins of Madagascar, DreamWorks is giving another character from the popular Madagascar film franchise his own spin-off - this one a TV series on Netflix.

All Hail King Julien brings back Danny Jacobs as the voice of King Julien, the larger than life lemur, as audiences will get to see what he was like before the movies and before the Central Park Zoo animals descended on Madagascar.

While Julien still has lovable Mort and right-hand man Maurice to keep him company, he's also joined by "special ops" expert Clover, voiced by India de Beaufort. We rece...
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Kevin Murphy On RiffTrax's Return To National Geographic

December 16th, 2014 12:06pm EST
Kevin Murphy On RiffTrax's Return To National Geographic
Have you ever thought to yourself that TV would be more interesting with a commentary track? Well, the folks at National Geographic did.

They've once again enlisted the kings of aftermarket commentary - Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett, collectively known as RiffTrax - to lend their gentle wit to two hours of NatGeo Wild programs.

Total Riff Off airs tonight, and Kevin recently dropped in from back East to talk to us about RiffTrax's second NatGeo go-around as well as the recent RiffTrax Live show.

The guys started December off with their usual RiffTrax Live holiday show,...
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'Transporter: The Series': Frank Spotnitz Explains The Changes Of Season 2

December 6th, 2014 12:02pm EST
'Transporter: The Series': Frank Spotnitz Explains The Changes O
If you watched last week's season two premiere of Transporter: The Series, you probably had a lot of questions. Thankfully, we have answers.

Frank Spotnitz is the man who's now driving (pun intended) Transporter, and he also has a track record as one of the best creative minds in television. He's responsible for some of the most memorable episodes of The X-Files, and also helped lay the groundwork of a little show called Strike Back. On Monday, Frank took the time to walk us through the journey of Transporter from season one to season two, and explain some of the show's big changes.

SPOIL...
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Lacey Chabert Has Holiday Spirit In 'The Tree That Saved Christmas'

November 30th, 2014 1:02pm EST
Lacey Chabert Has Holiday Spirit In 'The Tree That Saved Christm
She melted our hearts in The Color of Rain, and got stuck on an airplane in Non-Stop. Now Lacey Chabert is helping us ring in the holidays with one of the season's first original films, UP's The Tree That Saved Christmas. We snagged a few minutes with Lacey last week to discuss the movie and her own holiday traditions.

In The Tree That Saved Christmas, Lacey plays Molly Logan, a hard-working woman chasing a writing career in the big city, waiting for her big break while toiling as the assistant to the CEO of a major publishing company.

Molly is surprised when the Christmas tree she orders...
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Producer Olivier Bibas Previews 'Transporter: The Series' Season 2

November 29th, 2014 12:09pm EST
Executive Producer Olivier Bibas Previews 'Transporter: The Seri
Transporter: The Series has been the biggest and most pleasant surprise of the season - and it's back tonight, as TNT rolls directly from last week's jaw-dropping cycle finale into the show's second go-around. Things are different for Frank Martin this time around, though, so we spoke to executive producer Olivier Bibas to get some insight into what's changed and how this fantastic show came together.

Olivier is managing director of Atlantique Productions, the French production company behind Transporter as well as a number of other international hits such as Jo, Borgia and Death In Paradi...
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'Transporter: The Series' Season Finale Preview

November 21st, 2014 12:05pm EST
'Transporter: The Series' Season Finale Preview And New Behind T
Frank Martin will face his biggest showdown yet in Saturday's Transporter: The Series season finale - and audiences will see action like you've never seen before on television.

So far this season, viewers have watched Frank (Chris Vance) deal with countless henchmen and tough guys determined to stand in the way of his deliveries. He's also had a poison capsule injected into his neck, driven with a live bomb in the back seat, and most recently, set a plane on fire by throwing his phone into one of the engines.

But in "Cherchez La Femme," things get even more dangerous for Frank when his la...
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