Six Seeks Justice: Recap, Dark Matter, Episode 8

recap, dark matter, episode 8

The past of several Raza crew members comes into clearer focus in Episode 8, the best episode of the series so far, and we’re in the thick of it before the opening credits roll. Six is off the ship, hunting down the general responsible for the massacre of 10,000 civilians, and fatally shot – then disintegrates while the killers argue, as they needed him alive. Six is digging into his own past via Transfer Transit. He’s not dead, but his clone is. So Six sweet-talks the technician into sending him again without the mandatory 30 minute wait. Android is in sick bay, where … Continue reading

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#TCA15: Meet Emily Beecham, The Widow of AMC’s “Into the Badlands”

The Widow - Into the Badlands

AMC’s upcoming drama series Into the Badlands (premiering Nov. 15) is a genre-bending martial arts, sci-fi action odyssey about a distant future in which the only inhabitable lands are in the former American Midwest, and they’re governed by seven feudal Barons who control vital resources. In the series, Emily Beecham plays The Widow (it’s not just a scary name!), one of the Barons of the Badlands. She controls the oil, and her ambitions disrupt the tenuous peace among the Barons. The Widow has the look of a Steampunk Southern belle with a twist of The Matrix warrior/dominatrix and two deadly daggers as her weapons of choice. “My character … Continue reading

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“Blunt Talk” releases the full comic force of Sir Patrick Stewart

Blunt Talk

Whether he’s on the bridge of the USS Enterprise as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation, leading heroic mutants as Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men films, or performing on the classical stage, Sir Patrick Stewart is an imposing presence, bringing gravitas and authority to his roles. Providing the voices of Stonecutter Number One on The Simpsons and CIA deputy director Avery Bullock on American Dad!, and guest-starring as a slightly off-kilter version of himself on Ricky Gervais’ Extras, Stewart proved he can take that gravitas and flip it on its head. Stewart makes his biggest flip … Continue reading

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What’s new on Amazon August 2015

What's new on Amazon August 2015

New on Amazon August 2015 will be all eight seasons of the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm, Michael Bay’s  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Clint Eastwood classics Unforgiven and In the Line of Fire. There are also also acclaimed documentaries like Misery Loves Comedy featuring Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow. Mad Max: Fury Road (pictured) is a blockbuster available for purchase on Amazon Instant Video. PIV: New In August 2015 — Available for Streaming on Prime Instant Video Available August 1 Olympus Season 1 The Patriot (2000) Unforgiven Available August 4 Erased Available August 6 Curb Your Enthusiasm Seasons 1-8 (complete) In the Line of Fire … Continue reading

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What’s new on Hulu August 2015

What's new on Hulu August 2015

Here are the streaming movies and shows that are new on Hulu August 2015, including the new comedy series Difficult People (pictured). Available August 1 8 Heads in a Duffle Bag (1997) Another Woman (1988) A Bridge Too Far (1977) Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (1972) Mr. Mom (1983)   Available August 2 Basketball Wives LA: Season 4 Premiere (VH1)   Available August 4 Bachelor in Paradise: Season 2 Premiere (ABC)   Available August 5 Difficult People: Series Premiere (Hulu Original) — Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner star as best friends living in New York City. Their typical, irreverent behavior … Continue reading

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The nasty and delicious of Craig Robinson’s “Mr. Robinson”

Mr. Robinson

It turns out that Craig Robinson’s (The Office) new NBC comedy has more in common with its star than just a name. In Mr. Robinson, Robinson plays a musician who substitute teaches a Chicago high-school music class to pay the bills. “I came up in Chicago, taught in Chicago, and I have a band named The Nasty Delicious,” Robinson says of the similarities between him and his character. “And of course I’ve got a crush on [costar] Meagan Good. That’s all real life.” The rest, Robinson says, is the imagination of writers and executive producers Mark and Robb Cullen. Mr. … Continue reading

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Tim Gunn on Project Runway, Season 14 & The Phrase “Make It Work”

Project Runway

Fashion’s most creative competition returns Thursday to Lifetime, and Project Runway cohost and mentor Tim Gunn shares, “I don’t know when I’ve seen such a diverse group!” With designers hailing from India, China, New Zealand, Belgium and all over the United States, this year’s competition will showcase the global nature of fashion. This season’s 16 designers must use their talents, creativity and fashion points of view to impress cohost and judge Heidi Klum, judges Nina Garcia and Zac Posen, and a crop of exciting celebrity judges. And once again, Gunn will have an opportunity to save one designer from being … Continue reading

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What’s new on Netflix August 2015

What's new on Netflix August 2015

August sees the release of original series Club de Cuervos and Narcos (pictured) on Netflix. Here are the other highlights of titles that are new on Netflix August 2015 for streaming, as well as titles that are leaving this month. NETFLIX ORIGINALS Club de Cuervos (Season 1 available August 7) — Balanced equally between comedy and drama, this Spanish-language series begins when the patriarch of the prominent Iglesias family dies unexpectedly. His heirs then engage in an outrageous battle to determine who will gain control of his beloved professional soccer team, The Cuervos of Nuevo Toledo. Demetri Martin Live (At the Time) (Available August 14) … Continue reading

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Rey Mysterio Jr. talks leaving WWE and appearing at AAA’s Triplemania

Rey Mysterio Jr. talks leaving WWE and appearing at AAA's Triplemania

After developing a massive worldwide following in WWE, Rey Mysterio Jr. has returned to his roots in Mexico and AAA. The top lucha libre promotion continues to make strides in expanding its reach by offering Triplemania 23 to audiences in the United States and Canada live on pay-per-view. AAA’s biggest show of the year on Aug. 9 will feature a first-time ever showdown between Mysterio and Myzteziz. Since leaving WWE, the masked superstar has enjoyed his freedom. “I think that was the main focus regarding my departure from WWE is first off to have my own time,” Mysterio said. “I … Continue reading

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Interview: Edward Burns writes what he knows (and loves) in TNT’s Public Morals


To ask Edward Burns how long he has been working on his richly detailed new TNT drama Public Morals is a complex thing. After all, Burns is a proud Irish-American and native New Yorker, raised up on Long Island as the son of an NYPD cop and the great-grandson of a bona fide Hell’s Kitchen bruiser. Thus, the Catholic schoolboy turned respected actor/filmmaker has always had tales of Irish-American cops and criminals percolating in his mind — and spilling out into screenplays. And now he has 10 episodes, a stellar cast rich with the New York-bred talent he insisted upon … Continue reading

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