Monday, March 25, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'Revolution' Return Advance Review; 'The Following Photos; TBS Renews 'Cougar Town'; New 'Arrow' Photos...

When NBC's Revolution returns for the remainder of its freshman season, the separation between Miles (Billy Burke) and Monroe (David Lyons) is even greater than it was before, and everyone in the middle is forced to really prove allegiance. As we saw in the winter finale, Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) helped Monroe turn the power back on, which set up a very different show going forward. After all, the premise was once that these people had no power for fifteen years and had adapted to that way of life, but now kids like Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Danny (Graham Rogers) are being handed guns, asked to go up against a small army that has access to helicopters, tanks, machine guns, and knowledge of the world "before." The ramp up to the beginning of the end of this first season of Revolution is much more focused on bringing the title of the show to life as those we have come to know struggle for some metaphorical power amidst a world that glows again... [MORE]

"Hello, Emma." It was the eerily calm, almost calculating, easiest two words heard around the television as FOX's The Following finally reunited the scorned (and newly vengeful) Jacob (Nico Tortorella) with his girlfriend Emma (Valorie Curry), who had left him for dead after escaping the farmhouse with little Joey (Kyle Catlett)... [MORE]

"TBS renews Cougar Town for 2014"


TBS announced today that they are renewing Cougar Town for another season. It will be the show's second on the Turner Network, but fifth over all, having spent its first three years on ABC... [MORE]

I was so excited to see Seth Gabel was coming to The CW's Arrow earlier this season, but then he was there and gone oh, so quickly! Thankfully, though, the show producers understand the genre cred this particular guest star has and found a way to bring him back. Though his The Count was carted off to the loony bin after being given an overdose of his own drug, he is still the authority on all things Vertigo. And that means he may be very important in learning more about the death of a young woman who was partying at Oliver's (Stephen Amell) club... [MORE]

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