Jul 22

PBS Announces New Programming


It was PBS’ turn at the Television Critics Association summer press tour today. With their presentations which included a Ken Burns panel on The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, premiering Sunday, September 14, the network also announced a few new additions to their future programming. Among the announcements and additions, is another season of Call The Midwife heading to the U.S.

For the full slate of new programming read on.

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Jul 21

Switched At Birth – Recap & Review – Girl With Death Mask (She Plays Alone)

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Switched At Birth
Girl With Death Mask (She Plays Alone)

Original Air Date: Jul 21, 2014

Karen Belgrad – Managing Editor

At its very core, despite all the relationship shenanigans and melodrama, Switched At Birth has always been about family. Be it families they are born into or families that they create, it’s the heart of the show. This hour melded existing with new and definitely came together in some unexpected ways.

The episode picks up two weeks after Angelo’s passing, with all of the grief still very fresh for Regina and the girls. The rest of the Kennish clan is there for them, but it’s clear to John and Kathryn that something needs to move them out of their melancholy.

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Jul 21

Falling Skies – Recap & Review – Mind Wars

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Falling Skies
Mind Wars

Original Air Date: Jul 20, 2014

Patricia Morris Buckley – Sr. Staff Writer

I finally get the game plan this season. All the Masons have been scattered to the wind. I thought this season would be them getting back together — but like the Starks of Game of Thrones — the writers are determined to keep them apart.

Talk about frustration!

Here are five highlights of Mind Wars.

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Jul 21

FX Renews Fargo, Louie

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FX announced today at the Fargo will return for a second installment, while Louie has been picked up a fifth season.

The next chapter of the Fargo miniseries will feature an all-new cast of characters, a new time period and a new “true crime” story that will unfold over the course of 10 episodes and will be set in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in the ’70s and we’ll be meeting Molly’s mom in a story featuring a 33 year-old version of her father, Lou Solverson, freshly returned from Vietnam.

For Louie, the seven-episode season five will premiere in Spring 2015.

Are you excited to see more of Fargo and Louie? Share your TwoCents below!

Jul 21

TwoCentsTV News Round Up: Week of July 13- July 20

Ryan Sands

Ryan Sands

Welcome to TCTV’s weekly TV news Round Up! There’s been a lot of news this week as Television Critics Association summer press tour continued  and sometimes we can’t get to it all. Along with TCA, many shows have also started production over the last week with plenty of bits of news slowly coming about who may be returning and how. So, here we have some interesting bits of casting and production news, teasers, and trailers for some of your favorite shows and some that might make you want to watch.

Are you guys ready? Here we go!

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Jul 21

True Blood – Recap & Review – Lost Causes

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True Blood
Lost Causes

Original Air Date: Jul 20, 2014

Patricia Morris Buckley – Sr. Staff Writer


When life hands you murders, rabid vamps and a war, what do you do? In Bon Temps, they throw a party.

Here are a few of the most memorable moments.

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Jul 20

The Last Ship – Recap & Review – El Toro

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The Last Ship
El Toro

Original Air Date: Jul 20, 2014

Vincent Chia – Sr. Reviewer

Tonight’s episode focused more on the military adventures side of things and only tangentially touched on the virus antidote discovery. It also seemed to shift focus to Slattery as the secondary protagonist (as opposed to Dr. Scott) while Chandler remained the main guy.

The Nathan James heads to a monkey preserve in Nicaragua so Dr. Scott can have monkeys to test her potential cure. She insists on going ashore since she requires a specific type of monkey.

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Jul 20

Farewell…James Garner

James Garner

Garner as Jim Rockford

Well known and beloved film and television actor, James Garner has died at the age of 86 at his home in Los Angeles, according to CNN.

Garner got his big start on television on the comedy Western series, Maverick, where he played the title role of Bret Maverick from 1957 to 1960. After his time on the series, he began his run on the big screen, starring in movies like The Children’s Hour, Boys’ Night Out, and The Thrill of It All, just to name a few during that time.

He returned to television in the ’70s and with his return came The Rockford Files, which was co-created Stephen J. Cannell and Roy Huggins and premiered in the 1974 season. He starred as detective Jim Rockford for six seasons and won an Emmy for best actor in 1977.

His later works include lending his voice for AtlantisThe Lost Empire as Commander Rourke, co-starring in Space Cowboys as well as joining the ABC comedy 8 Simple Rules cast as the children’s grandfather after the passing of John Ritter and of course, his role as older Noah in The Notebook.

Rest in Peace, James Garner.

Jul 20

TwoCentsTV Top 10 List – Top TV Moments from July 13 – July 19

71314Welcome to TCTV’s weekly TV reminder or catch up of what stood out this week. Loads of top moments this week, so it goes without saying, but major spoiler alerts ahead! Seriously, don’t say I didn’t warn you!

As with any list, not every moment can be listed. Share your thoughts on the moments below, but also what I may have missed and got you talking this past week.

So without further adieu, the top TV moments from this week in no particular order…

Mighty Kacy

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Kacy Catanzaro, a former gymnast, becomes first woman to complete 'American Ninja Warrior' course. See her tackle the course.

Jul 19

2014 TCA Awards Winners Announced

tcaThe 2014 Television Critics Association Awards are being held tonight and are being hosted by Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Terry Crews and the winners have been announced ahead of the ceremony.

Among the big winners are HBO’s Veep and True Detective, each scoring two wins for the series as well as Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Matthew McConaughey. Other winners include The Good Wife for drama of the year and Breaking Bad for program of the year.

Check out the full list of winners below.

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