Apr 20

Mitch Pileggi Returning For ‘The X-Files’ Event Series

Mitch PileggiSkinner will be coming back when The X-Files returns!

Mitch Pileggi, the actor who played Walter Skinner throughout the series as well as the films, confirmed the news that he will be returning for the Fox event series via Twitter.

Check out Pileggi’s tweet below announcing Skinner’s return.

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Apr 20

TwoCentsTV News Round-Up: Week of March 13 – March 19

NATHAN FILLIONWelcome to TCTV’s weekly TV news round-Up! There’s been a bit of news in that last week, and since we’ve hit the beginning of pilot season, sometimes we can’t get to every single piece.

So, here we have some interesting bits of casting and production news, teasers, renewals, cancellations, 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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Apr 20

Once Upon A Time – Recap & Review – Sympathy for the De Vil

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Once Upon A Time
Sympathy for the De Vil

Original Air Date: Apr 19, 2015

Jules – Managing Editor
jules@thetwocentscorp.com

The title of tonight’s episode is slightly misleading. Ok, really misleading, but this episode is all about Cruella and does kind of explain what happened to her in the past and also what her happy ending is that she seeks.

In Storybrooke, there is a kidnapping and Regina vows to save Robin while also gaining leverage on Rumple.

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Apr 19

MTV Cancels ‘Eye Candy’

Eye CandyAfter one season, MTV is saying goodbye to Eye Candy.

The news of the cancellation came straight from series star, Victoria Justice via TwitLonger.

Eye Candy was a thriller adapted from the R.L. Stine novel of the same name. The series followed Lindy Sampson (Justice) as she begins to conduct her own investigations after being convinced that one of her potential suitors from an online dating site is a serial killer.

Are you sad to see Eye Candy go?

Apr 19

TwoCentsTV Top 10 List – Top TV Moments from April 12 – 18

041215TCTV’s weekly TV reminder or catch up of what stood out this week. Another round of big episodes this week, so it goes without saying, but spoiler alert 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.

Jane the VIrgin

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It was a rough episode this week as the question of head vs. heart came up and we saw that just as Jane was willing to cast her doubts aside to keep trying to make the relationship with Rafael work, he has his own doubts creep up on him and breaks things off in a heartbreaking moment. Does this mean the end for these two, though?

Apr 17

ABC Announces Season Finale Dates

ABCABC has announced its May sweeps programming along with season finale dates for many of its roster, including ScandalForever, Once Upon a Time, and special two hour season finale for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

The network also announced the May 1 premiere date for Beyond the Tank as well as The Bachelorette which will be premiering May 18, and the Billboard Awards, set to air Sunday, May 17.

Check out the full list of finale dates below.

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Apr 17

Fox Announces ‘Grease: Live’ Directors

Thomas KailTony Award-nominated director Thomas Kail (“Hamilton,” “In the Heights”) and veteran director Alex Rudzinski (“Dancing with the Stars”) will direct the live musical event Grease:Live. Kail, as the director, will oversee the stage direction, while Rudzinski will serve as the live broadcast director.

“Thomas Kail’s brilliant directing work on the explosive ‘Hamilton’ and the cutting-edge ‘In The Heights’ showcase his groundbreaking talent for merging classic Broadway musical storytelling with contemporary song styles and narratives. His productions resonate profoundly with today’s audience and his sharp instincts make him the perfect director to bring Grease to a new generation,” said Platt.

Grease: Live is scheduled to air on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 7:00 p.m. on FOX and stars Julianne Hough as “Sandy” (“Safe Haven,” “Rock of Ages”) and Vanessa Hudgens as “Rizzo” (Broadway’s “Gigi,” “Spring Breakers”). Marc Platt (“Wicked,” “Into the Woods”) is set to executive producer.

Apr 17

The Vampire Diaries – Vampspeed Recap – I Could Never Love Like That

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The Vampire Diaries
I Could Never Love Like That

Original Air Date: Apr 16, 2015

Vincent Chia – Sr. Reviewer
vincent@thetwocentscorp.com

In case anyone missed this news in the entertainment newsfeeeds, during the month-long hiatus, Nina Dobrev announced that this would be her last season on The Vampire Diaries. What will happen to her character Elena? Last month’s episode and tonight’s episode suggest that she might turn back into a normal human.

Let’s go through a quick recap of this week’s ep:

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Apr 17

Scandal – Top 10 Moments – I’m Just a Bill

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Scandal
I’m Just a Bill

Original Air Date: April 16, 2015

Brianna – Associate Editor
brianna@thetwocentscorp.com

Everything is starting to build up as this week’s Scandal gave us Papa Pope’s return, Susan Ross’s return and the re-emergence of her refreshing look at politics, OPA continuing to strive for that “white hat,” and a surprising final scene with a new twist you did not anticipate. Also, finally some traction for Mellie and her potential Senate run!

Check out the top moments of the week:

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Apr 16

Grey’s Anatomy – Recap & Review – One Flight Down

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Grey’s Anatomy
One Flight Down

Original Air Date: Apr 16, 2015

Karen Belgrad – Managing Editor
karenbelgrad@thetwocentscorp.com

Regardless of which Grey’s Anatomy disaster is the first one to come to mind, be it the shooting, drowning, mudslide, or bomb in a body cavity, there’s no doubt that season 8’s plane crash is pretty memorable. This hour, it’s reflected in all its PTSD glory. And while it’s nothing new for viewers, it’s a reminder of how much the cast of characters has revolved since it occurred.

A small plane crashes in Seattle, injuring it’s pilot, passenger, a class of pregnant yoga women, and some random civilians. Just like the campus shooting brought back the hospital’s trauma, this serves to invoke some pretty horrid memory flashes for Meredith and Arizona. And one question looms just like it did for the first portion of the original crash, #WhereIsDerek?

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