Jane the Virgin Episode 9 Recap: Never Ending Drama

Jane the Virgin Episode 9 Recap: Never Ending Drama

On “Chapter Nine” of Jane the Virgin, Jane and Rafael are back to a healthy start as they head to Jane’s baby ultrasound appointment together. Jane is lucky to have Rafael by her side as she continues to worry that everything with the baby will be okay. She really should’ve listened to Rafael when he told her to not listen to what she read on WebMD. The doctor comes in to let Jane and Rafael know that everything seems to be going great with the pregnancy and the baby is very healthy. Looks like the couple can finally be happy … Continue reading

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The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 10 Recap: A Very Unmerry Christmas

The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 10 Recap: A Very Unmerry Christmas

On the midseason finale of The Vampire Diaries, Kai is home for the holidays and he feels that there’s no better way to spend that time than with family. He starts with his sister Jo, injecting her with something while she’s working on his stab wound victims at the hospital. Because nothing says “Happy Holidays!” like a good stab in the neck. Alaric realizes that Jo has been missing, which could only mean that Kai has come to town. In order to keep Kai from getting what he wants, Alaric and Damon let Elena know their plans on how they’re … Continue reading

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The Coworkers’ Guide to Girlfriends Guide to Divorce episode 2

GIRLFRIENDS GUIDE TO DIVORC

In which Ryan Berenz (11 years into Marriage No. 1, two preschool boys) and Lori Acken (nine years into Marriage No. 2, four grown kids) debate a few quagmires revealed in Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce Episode 2 “Rule 174: Never Trust Anyone Who Charges By the Hour.” Never read the comments? Ryan: If you’re a celebrity or public figure, NEVER read the comments. They will make you weep for humanity. But if you’re a chump in an office blogging about a TV show, the comments give you reason to keep on keeping on. Lori: I can’t even handle the comments … Continue reading

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Girlfriends Guide to Divorce recap episode 2: “Rule #174: Never Trust Anyone Who Charges By the Hour”

Girlfriends Guide to Divorce recap episode 2:  “Rule #174: Never Trust Anyone Who Charges By the Hour”

Last Night’s Girlfriends Guide to Divorce was called “Never Trust Anyone Who Charges By the Hour.” You know, like lawyers. Or your dominatrix. Or a lawyer who knows your dominatrix. But we’ll get to that in a bit. • RELATED: Lisa Edelstein and Marti Noxon talk Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce on Bravo! What the episode is really about is a trifecta of issues only too familiar to those of us who’ve gone through divorce — lawyering up, dividing the dollars, and when standing up for yourself blurs into revenge. And to the show’s credit, it addresses all three with a … Continue reading

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“Sons of Anarchy” roars to its series finale

"Sons of Anarchy" roars to its series finale

From the start, fans of Kurt Sutter’s ultraviolent, uber-addictive FX motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy have been as devoted as a real-life band of bikers, hashing out unexpected deaths, curious casting (Lea Michele?), unfathomable Emmy snubs … and, well, those unfortunate few moments when it actually seemed like Jax himself, Charlie Hunnam, might do the Fifty Shades of Grey flick (whew!). Now the day that SAMCRO fans have been dreading is here, as the show reaches the end of its bloody ride to tonight’s three-hour series finale, “Papa’s Goods,” written and directed by Sutter. And with the Sons of Anarchy … Continue reading

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Jane the Virgin Episode 8 Recap: Latin Musician Juanes Guest Stars

Jane the Virgin Episode 8 Recap: Latin Musician Juanes Guest Stars

On “Chapter Eight” of Jane the Virgin, we get an explanation for Rafael’s disappearing act on Jane right before their date. Rafael tells Jane that if his sister Luisa doesn’t come back in two weeks, Jane could get a default judgment. Now Rafael is on his way to Mexico to go searching for his sister just to make sure that she’s actually alive. One thing that Rafael keeps from Jane is that the hotel is on the line and she’d actually be suing him if she continued to go on with suing Luisa. After the quick search party for Luisa, … Continue reading

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Preview: Rebecca Romijn leads cast in “The Librarians” on TNT

The Librarians features Rebecca Romijn in the lead

TNT’s popular movie trilogy The Librarian gets serialized in the new action-packed drama series The Librarians, premiering on TNT Sunday, Dec. 7 at 8pmET/PT. Leading the cast is Rebecca Romijn (X-Men) who plays counter-terrorism agent Eve Baird who is reluctant to take on the job as the guardian to this weird but interesting Librarian (Noah Wyle) she encounters. “I was an investigator and I get invited to work at the library — I don’t know why, and I don’t necessarily want the job but I received this mysterious invitation,” Romijn explains. “I [become] the guardian of the Librarian. He doesn’t … Continue reading

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The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 9 Recap: Forever Alone

The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 9 Recap: Forever Alone

This week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries starts off with Alaric doing the task that Damon compelled him to do — get Jo to tell him where the ascendant is. He wines and dines Jo with a candlelit date night and sure enough, he’s able to deliver the ascendant to Damon. Stefan warns Damon about the consequences he’ll face if Alaric finds out what Damon did but Damon’s sure that won’t happen. I wouldn’t be betting on anything with the way your life has gone so far, Damon. Elena tells Jeremy about Bonnie still being alive in the prison but he’s … Continue reading

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SundanceTV’s ‘One Child’ Premieres Friday

One Child

Where do your loyalties lie — with the people who share your genetics or the people with whom you’ve shared your life? Thus asks SundanceTV’s gripping two-night miniseries One Child, in which a Chinese-born woman goes on a dangerous journey of discovery when she gets a plea for help from half a world away. Mei Ashley (Katie Leung) is a promising British university student and the beloved adopted daughter of academics (Elizabeth Perkins and Donald Sumpter). Her life goes into a tailspin when she gets a desperate message: Her birth mother begs for help as Mei’s brother has been wrongly … Continue reading

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Lifetime’s ‘The Red Tent’ Is Beautiful and Timeless

The Red Tent

When author Anita Diamant’s novel The Red Tent was published, readers praised the book for giving a voice to women who had been all but ignored in ancient and sacred texts. The bestseller has become a book club favorite because of its cross-generational appeal and frank exploration of the lives of women — especially concerning ancient fertility and birthing rituals. Now Lifetime gives history’s forgotten women a face in the four-hour, two-night miniseries The Red Tent by re-envisioning the lives of biblical women whose actual histories have been lost to the sands of time. In The Red Tent, the bond … Continue reading

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