"The Lying Game’ returns with a new Annie, new threats, and even more trouble"
Say what you will about The Lying Game, but it makes bold decisions. At the end of the first half of the first season just a few short months ago, when Emma (Alexandra Chando) ran out on her own birthday speech expecting to run into her twin sister Sutton (Chando, as well), instead we heard a greeting most audiences might not have expected to until season two or three. The Lying Game doesn’t want you to get too comfortable, assuming you can anticipate too much to come, but it doesn’t want to blow its biggest surprises immediately, either. That’s why its mid-season premiere “O Twin, Where Art Thou?” sends “the Annie of it all” down a whole different rabbit hole, making it feel almost like a completely different show. If we weren’t already so darn invested in sweet Emma’s life and well being, we’d blow it off, feeling a bit tricked. But in truth, you know what they say about assuming, so we’ll give The Lying Game the benefit of the doubt this time... [MORE]
"Community flash mob to “occupy” Universal Citywalk in L.A."
Right before the holidays a group of strangers from all walks of life with only one common thread-- they all attend Greendale Community College sessions on NBC, Thursday nights at 8pm-- gathered in New York City to strap on “evil goatees” and sing carols for the corporate bigwigs at the network. The event was peaceful enough, but the mindset behind it was one of determination: to #SaveCommunity and get the show back on-air as soon as possible. And now another flash mob will be springing up right here in Los Angeles... [MORE]
"Zachary Levi & Yvonne Strahovski preview "Chuck vs The Baby”
So you may have heard Daniel Shaw (Brandon Routh) mention a little something about a baby at the end of last week’s Chuck. Is it an actual baby, a metaphorical baby, a baby that never even lived? Those are all things we’ll find out in the next new episode, “Chuck vs The Baby,” and don’t fear, whatever it turns out to be won’t be wreaking havoc with the Bartowskis, regardless of Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) keeping it a secret from her husband and spy partner all this time... [MORE]