Jan 25

Check Out the 2015 SAG Award Winners

The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards aired tonight and continued to make a case for a host-less award show as tonight’s airing ran relatively smoothly. The show also offered a few big wins for Orange is the New BlackThe Normal Heart, and quite a surprising drama ensemble SAG Award win.

Check out the full list of SAG Award television winners below. What did you think of tonight’s show?

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Jan 25

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Recap & Review – Defense Rests

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Defense Rests

Original Air Date: Jan 25, 2015

Laura Linick – Junior Editor

Sophia puts a pause on her and Jake’s relationship because her boss is sidelining her since she’s dating a cop. Jake isn’t concerned though since this is a problem “he can fix.” So Terry and Jake go to the Defense Attorneys conference to win over Sophia’s boss.

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Jan 25

TwoCentsTV Top 10 List – Top TV Moments from Jan 18 – Jan 24

011815TCTV’s weekly TV reminder or catch up of what stood out this week. Loads of midseason premieres this week, so it goes without saying, but spoiler alerts ahead! Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

As with any list, not every moment can be listed. Share your TwoCents 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.


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Gal and Isabella finally get it together and sing about their feelings for each other in the dungeon...just as they are about to die.

Jan 24

Banshee – Recap & Review – A Fixer of Sorts

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A Fixer of Sorts

Original Air Date: Jan 23, 2015

Alamin – TwoCents Reviewer

On top of the weekly dose of extreme violence in the good ol’ town of Banshee, we got deaths of significant characters, jaw dropping twists, a couple blasts from the past and final moments that will change the series forever.

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Jan 23

Backstrom: Trying Too Hard?

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photo: fox

Dragon Slayer

Original Air Date: Jan 22, 2015

Dan Blanchette – Reviewer

Don’t get me wrong, I liked Backstrom.

Last night was the premiere episode, and I’d been waiting for it, given all the hype brought on by the previews showing periodically on Fox. Okay. Thursday at 9 PM, 8PM central. Got it. So I recorded it as is usual at my house, not loving commercials (more on the commercials in a later post.)

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Jan 23

‘Grimm’ Preview: Monroe Takes The Stand

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photo: nbc

Monroe faces the tribunal tonight and while his friends and Rosalee are looking for him, he decides to make a stand against the people that kidnapped him and put him on trial.

Check out a clip of tonight’s episode “Tribunal” and let us know what you think. Will they get to Monroe in time?

Grimm airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on NBC.

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Jan 23

Parenthood – Recap & Review – We Made it Through the Night

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We Made it Through the Night

Original Air Date: Jan 22, 2015

Jules – Managing Editor

We are at the penultimate episode of Parenthood and just like many episodes of this show, it wasn’t short on the tears. Not by a long shot. I think it’s safe to say that we’ll be needing more by the time the series finale comes along next week.

In any case, as the episode title suggests, everyone is having some tough times to deal with, but all seem to have made it through the night. And Lauren Graham, I don’t know how she made it through this episode, because she just killed it in every scene she was in tonight.

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Jan 22

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Adds Paula Abdul, Jason Derulo

After the news of Mary Murphy’s departure from So You Think You Can Dance was announced earlier this month, two new additions to the show have been announced.

According to Deadline, recording artist Jason Derulo and former American Idol judge Paul Abdul will be joining the judges’ panel. Derulo and Abdul will be joining SYTYCD veteran judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe and returning host Cat Deeley.

The new season of the long-running dancing competition is set to premiere this summer as they put stage dancers against street dancers.

Will you be tuning in this season? What do you think of the new additions?

Jan 22

Hulu Announces New Original Series From ‘Video Game High School’ Creators

RocketJumpHulu has ordered a long-form comedy series from the creators of YouTube’s Video Game High School and Lionsgate.

The series, which is set to stream exclusively on Hulu, will focus on the process of making one of RocketJump’s YouTube shorts. Each episode will be a half-hour long and will air on a weekly basis for eight weeks. Hulu will also exclusively stream the completed shorts each week.

“As we continue to add the best talent to Hulu, it was a natural choice for us to partner with Freddie Wong and RocketJump,” said Beatrice Springborn, Head of Originals, Hulu. “With so many great content creators in the media landscape – from film, to television, to YouTube – Freddie Wong and the RocketJump team undoubtedly bring their own brand of creativity and a new wave of talent to Hulu.”

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Jan 22

Melissa Benoist Is ‘Supergirl’

Melissa BenoistCBS now has its Supergirl!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, former Glee star Melissa Benoist has signed on to the latest DC TV drama. Benoist will be playing Kara Zor-El’s iteration of the superheroine, Clark Kent’s Kryptonian cousin, as we see her begin to come into her own and realize her power.

Arrow and The Flash’s Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler are set to executive produce the series as well as write the pilot script. As mentioned before, if Supergirl gets a series, it could potentially mean a lot of comic book based characters pretty much everywhere on television come fall.

Benoist’s previous credits include Glee, Whiplash, and guest spots on The Good WifeHomeland, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

What do you think of the casting choice for Kara?

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