Oct 22

Arrow – Recap & Review – Corto Maltese

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Arrow
Corto Maltese

Original Air Date: Oct 22, 2014

Brianna – Associate Editor
brianna@thetwocentscorp.com

After a tense and emotional episode, we get to see how members of Team Arrow deal with the decisions they made at the end of last week, with plenty of action, a few funny moments, and a (sort of) unexpected return at the end. Oliver leaves the hood behind (the uniform not the persona) and sets out to find Thea, while Laurel’s new mission gives us the introduction to a new face, and Felicity is in for a surprise on her first day at the new Queen Consolidated.

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Oct 22

Law & Order: SVU – Recap & Review – Pornstar’s Requiem

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Law & Order: SVU
Pornstar’s Requiem

Original Air Date: Oct 22, 2014

Caitlin- Senior Staff Writer
caitlin@thetwocentscorp.com

When Elliot Stabler left the show, so did a tradition of one-word episode titles. Two-word titles are fine, often great. But sometimes they leave you with a few questions. Like “Is this title just for there for the ratings?”, and “Since when did ‘porn star’ become one word?” But anyway. Moving on.

A girl is interviewed on camera for what is supposed to just be an erotic photo shoot. It turns out to be quite a bit more. We don’t know how okay Evie is with that, but she’s very clearly not okay with two male college classmates deciding to imitate what they saw in a video with her.

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Oct 22

TwoCents and Five Questions with Melissa Joan Hart (Melissa & Joey)

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If you grew up in the 90s, Melissa Joan Hart was a role model for young girls everywhere because of her television shows Clarissa Explains it All and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Now, she stars with another 90s icon, Joey Lawrence in the television show Melissa & Joey as a politician (Hart) and her nanny (Lawrence). The show has proved to be a hit for ABC Family and is now in its fourth season.

QDid you get to choose to direct this episode?
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Oct 22

About A Boy – Top 5 Moments – About a House for Sale

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About A Boy
About a House for Sale

Original Air Date: Oct 21, 2014

Jules – Managing Editor
jules@thetwocentscorp.com

Last week we ended with Will considering selling his house to help with his finances. Will he do it? But more importantly, where does this leave Marcus? Their relationship is the center of this show, so there leaves little wiggle room.

Below are my top five moments from another entertaining and heart warming episode of About A Boy.

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Oct 21

The Flash – Flash Facts – Things You Can’t Outrun

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The Flash
Things You Can’t Outrun

Original Air Date: Oct 21, 2014

Ryan O – Associate Editor
ryano@thetwocentscorp.com

There are things that just can’t be outrun, no matter how hard you try and our characters try hard this week. We also meet a villain who is trying to outrun his punishment.

This third episode just continues a good thing. Barry and Papa Joe just have terrific chemistry together. Of course, Jesse L. Martin also has great chemistry to Barry’s dad, John Wesley Shipp, too. Along with all of that, we get a better look at Caitlin Snow.

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Oct 21

CBS and Weigel Broadcasting to Launch “Decades”

Decaes

Those who are perpetually nostalgic will soon have a new place to find most classic episodes of television.

CBS Television and Weigel Broadcasting have announced they will be launching  an entertainment programming service for distribution across local television stations’ digital subchannels, named Decades.

With a library of more than 100 classic television series, including select titles from the CBS library such as I Love Lucy from the 1950s, Star Trek from the 1960s, Happy Days from the 1970s and Cheers from the 1980s, as well as a wide selection of theatrical and made-for-television movies and footage of historical news events from the archives of CBS News and Entertainment Tonight, Decades will provide viewers with a new way to experience our shared historical and cultural past.

“Decades is the most ambitious and creative subchannel programming service that has ever been created,” said Peter Dunn, President, CBS Television Stations. “We are thrilled to partner with Weigel Broadcasting, the leaders in this space, to make smart use of our stations’ spectrums and our companies’ considerable programming assets. This service will be a tremendous new business for CBS and all of the other stations across the country that participate, regardless of their primary network affiliation.”

Decades’ subchannels will  broadcast channels that use a local station’s available spectrum to provide a companion to that station’s primary channel and is expected to launch in the second quarter of 2015.

Oct 21

Nominee Voting for the 2015 Peoples Choice Awards is Now Open

pca15People’s Choice Awards voting is now open!

The only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners across categories of movies, music and television, has announced that voting to determine the nominees is now officially open at www.PeoplesChoice.com. Fans can vote to ensure their favorites are nominated across 54 categories, including “Favorite TV Show” through Thursday, Oct. 30 (11:59 PM, ET/8:59 PM, PT).

The top five selected in each category will become the official nominees and will be announced during the annual People’s Choice Awards Press Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 4 (9:00 AM, PT) at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. Fans have the option to write in their favorites not included among the provided candidates.

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Oct 21

FX Cancels The Bridge

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FX decided today that it will not be moving forward with a third season of The Bridge.

The Diane Kruger-Demián Bichir drama was based on the popular Danish-Swedish series of the same name and followed two detectives on opposite sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. While the show was critically well received and had modest numbers in terms of viewers, the show never garnered much awards buzz. The Bridge did; however, nab a Peabody in 2014.

Are you sad to see The Bridge go?

Oct 21

CW Announces Full Season Orders for The Flash and Jane the Virgin

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Looks like we’ll be getting more of Barry and Jane!

The CW’s Mark Pedowitz announced today that the network has given full season orders to its two hit freshman series, The Flash and Jane the Virgin

The Flash, the D.C. Comics property that follows the life of Barry Allen after he gets struck lightning and becomes the fastest man alive, premiered earlier this month as the most-watched series premiere on the network, beating out The Vampire Diaries premiere, scoring 6.1 million viewers in Live + 3 ratings.

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Oct 20

Castle – Recap & Review – Child’s Play

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Castle
Child’s Play

Original Air Date: Oct 20, 2014

Brianna – Associate Editor
brianna@thetwocentscorp.com

Castle gets spoiled by Alexis at the loft, while he gets in touch with his inner child to try and help solve the case of the murdered ice cream man this week and we got adorable moments, a darker case of the week, and a lovely Castle family moment with quite a few callbacks. I know, it sounds like an odd mix and it showed sometimes but it was still an entertaining episode.

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