Feb 13

TwoCentsTV Top 5 List – Dysfunctional TV Couples

heartsTomorrow’s Valentine’s Day and at TwoCentsTV we’ve matched up dream TV couples and talked about our favorite TV couples of all time, but this year we decided to look at those dysfunctional couples on our TV screens now.

Check out of list of five favorite dysfunctional TV couples and share your TwoCents below!

 

Olivia and Fitz (Scandal)

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Since the beginning of the series, we've had Olivia and Fitz to root for, despite the absolutely manipulative things they've made each other do. This season saw them together and we saw exactly what life that is and it was just as dysfunctional as you imagined.

Feb 12

AMC Orders New Talk Show Hosted By Kevin Smith, Greg Grunberg

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AMC is adding a late night talk show to their roster.

The network announced Thursday that they are developing a talk show with Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg set to host.

The series, which is tentatively titled Geeking Out, will cover timely pop culture topics through the eyes of a fanboy. The show will feature talk, clips, celebrity interviews and out-of-the-studio segments

“We wanted to create a broadly entertaining venue for hardcore fans and general viewers where we can break down all things fanboy on a weekly basis; and we wanted to bring those fans great interviews and exclusive looks into the world of fanboy culture,” said President of original programming and development for AMC and SundanceTV, Joel Stillerman.

The 30 minute talk show  is expected to premiere during San Diego Comic Con in late July as a tie in and will air eight more weekly episodes in late summer.

Will you be tuning in?

Feb 12

History Sets Premiere Date for ‘Roots’

RootsWe’ve got our first look at Roots.

History announced Thursday Roots is set to debut Memorial Day weekend, over four consecutive nights beginning on Monday, May 30 at 9 p.m.

The remake of the original mini-series from the late ’70s is a historical portrait of American slavery recounting the journey of one family and their will to survive and ultimately carry on their legacy despite hardship. Among the cast are: Forest Whitaker, Anna Paquin, Laurence Fishburne, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Anika Noni Rose, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Emayatzy Corinealdi,  Matthew Good, Mekhi Phifer, James Purefoy, Regé-Jean Page, and Malachi Kirby.

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Feb 12

The CW Sets Premiere Date for ‘Containment’, ‘Reign’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’

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And we have premiere dates for a few more CW shows!

The CW has released midseason premiere dates for Containment, the return of Reign, and the premiere of Beauty and the Beast‘s final season.

Containment will be getting iZombie‘s post-The Flash spot starting April 19, the week after the zombie is set to conclude its second season with back to back episodes. Containment follows the lives of Atlanta citizens after a massive outbreak leads to  a vast urban quarantine, forcing those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives while local and federal officials desperately search for a cure.

Critically acclaimed Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will wrap its first season April 18 while Reign takes its Monday night spot beginning April 25.

Rounding out premiere announcements is Beauty and the Beast as it was announced their final season kicks off Thursday, June 2 at 9 p.m.

Check out the full schedule of midseason dates below.

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Feb 12

American Idol – Recap & Review – Duets, Part I

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American Idol
Duets, Part I

Original Air Date: Feb 11, 2016

Patricia Morris Buckley – Sr. Staff Writer
pmb@thetwocentscorp.com

Usually we get duets in the Idol finale. This year, contestants perform both a solo and a duet before 24 become 14. Six former Idols returned to help the contestants, with each Idol singing two duets.

But the contestants are at a severe disadvantage, as the songs are selected because they are identified with the Idol. Imagine singing “Summertime” with Fantasia, Nick Fradiani’s victory song or a song that Scotty McCreery wrote. So the value of this new element seems more about seeing former Idols than something contestants should be judged on.

Here’s how they did:

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Feb 11

How to Get Away with Murder– Recap & Review – What Happened to You, Annalise?

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How to Get Away with Murder
What Happened to You, Annalise?

Original Air Date: Feb 11, 2016

Caitlin- Senior Staff Writer
caitlin@thetwocentscorp.com

When we left off with How to Get Away with Murder, we went out with the crack of a gunshot. We come back with the non-stop cacophony of everything that comes after. And if you’re not a fan of clinging to the edge of your television in abject horror, I suggest you turn away now.

First, the most important details to recall: after Asher killed Sinclair, Annalise decided to set Catherine up for everything. She wanted her students to shoot her so she could say Catherine did it, but, in persuading them, told Wes Rebecca was dead, causing him to shoot her in the stomach, not the leg.

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Feb 11

Grey’s Anatomy – Recap & Review – The Sound of Silence

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Grey’s Anatomy
The Sound of Silence

Original Air Date: Feb 11, 2016

Karen Belgrad – Managing Editor
karenbelgrad@thetwocentscorp.com

If you were trying to remember what was going on with Grey’s Anatomy when we left it back in November, you’re not alone. If you did remember and were expecting answers, you’re mostly out of luck, as very little of what happened when we left off is addressed.

Instead this is a Meredith centered episode. Following a brutal attack from a patient in a postictal state, Meredith is a hot mess. Everyone (except Amelia) is involved in her care, even Maggie, because as Alex points out, they’re all family at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital.

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Feb 10

Criminal Minds– Recap & Review – Hostage

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Criminal Minds
Hostage

Original Air Date: Feb 10, 2016

Caitlin- Senior Staff Writer
caitlin@thetwocentscorp.com

Fair warning: many episodes of Criminal Minds explore the psychology of the perpetrators, exploring the reasons, however unjustified, for why they do what they do. And this week’s unsub does have reasons, but in the end, he’s just plain sick, and this whole episode is just horribly sad.

Three girls are held in a basement with the window locked shut. One is trying to saw through the lock while another frantically tries to dissuade her. The third lies unresponsive on the floor. Just before their captor arrives, the first girl is able to escape, promising the others she’ll get help.

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Feb 10

Arrow – Recap & Review – Sins of the Father

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Arrow
Sins of the Father

Original Air Date: Feb 10, 2016

Brianna – Associate Editor
brianna@thetwocentscorp.com

Never has an episode been so aptly named as this week’s Arrow. “Sins of the Father” gets to the core of what has caused so many problems for the team…fathers. A pair that get put to the test and fail in epic fashion.

The parental units of Arrow aren’t ever examples of great parenting (with the exception of the fantastic Donna Smoak and in some selected circumstances, Moira Queen). But this week it was specifically the fathers that got horribly problematic for everyone, from Malcolm to Felicity’s long-lost father, and even Ra’s from beyond the grave.

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Feb 10

A&E Announces New Docu-Series ’60 Days In’

A&EA&E is sending people behind bars.

The network announced Wednesday afternoon a new docu-series, 60 Days In.

The series follows seven innocent participants who enter the dangerous world of incarceration at the Clark County Jail in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in an effort to expose internal issues and what really happens behind bars. In a program devised by Sheriff Jamey Noel, the participants selected by the sheriff would be living among the general population of the jail without anyone knowing the truth about who they are.

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