Jul 28

Comic-Con 2014: Batman TV series

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Comic-Con 2014
Batman TV series

Jul 27, 2014

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

It’s been decades since the Batman TV series with stars Adam West and Burt Ward went off the air and yet it still holds a special place in the hearts of fans — special enough to warrant a place in Comic-Con’s largest venue, Hall H. Especially as Comic-Con is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Batman.

West, Ward and Catwoman herself (Julie Newmar) came to San Diego to celebrate the complete TV series’ debut on Blu-Ray. They traded stories and memories of their time on the TV show. Here are just a few.

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Jul 28

Switched At Birth – Recap & Review – It Isn’t What You Think

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Switched At Birth
It Isn’t What You Think

Original Air Date: Jul 28, 2014

Karen Belgrad – Managing Editor
karenbelgrad@thetwocentscorp.com

With their senior year at Carlton coming to an end, it’s curious to see where the show will go if/when it’s renewed for a season four. Will that season be saying goodbye to viewers before the girls go off to college in parts unknown? Or will there be a plot contrivance to keep them at home and the series going?

Where they attend school is not paramount to the future of the show. But keeping the family unit intertwined is the core of what Switched At Birth is about. So what does the future hold?

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Jul 28

Comic-Con 2014: True Blood Says Goodbye

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Comic-Con 2014
True Blood

Jul 27, 2014

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

For the last seven years, the True Blood panel has been a highlight of Comic-Con. This year, the series’ final time, it was the place where the waterworks happened every few minutes.

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Jul 28

Comic-Con 2014: Once Upon a Time

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Comic-Con 2014
Once Upon a Time

Jul 27, 2014

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

The producers of Once Upon a Time warned viewers not to get too caught up in the fairytale aspects of their series.

“On our show, happy endings are what the characters don’t expect,” said Adam Horowitz, who runs the show with Edward Kitsis.

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Jul 28

Falling Skies– Recap & Review – Door Number Three

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Falling Skies
Door Number Three

Original Air Date: Jul 27, 2014

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

It’s finally happened — the Masons are all together once again. But this is Falling Skies and if you were expecting a happy family reunion, you’re watching the wrong show.

Here are five memorable moments from the episode:

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Jul 28

Lea Michele To Guest Star on ‘Sons of Anarchy’

Lea MichelIn a bit of interesting casting news, Glee’s  Lea Michele will be heading to Charming. The actress announced today on Twitter that she’ll be appearing on the final season of the FX series, Sons of Anarchy.

According to TVline, she’ll be playing a waitress named Gertie who works at truck stop and will reach out to one of the characters on the show. Her episode is set to air in October.

Check out the picture she tweeted while on set with Sons of Anarchy executive producer, Paris Barclay.

So, what do you think of the news? Share your TwoCents!

Jul 28

TwoCentsTV News Round Up: Week of July 21- July 27

Ra's al GhulWelcome to TCTV’s weekly TV news Round Up! There’s been a lot of news this week as Television Critics Association summer press tour ended and San Diego Comic-Con happened, so sometimes we can’t get to it all. 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 28

True Blood – Recap & Review – Karma

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True Blood
Karma

Original Air Date: Jul 27, 2014

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

We’re in the home stretch for True Blood and all the action that’s been set up is now starting to fall into place.

Here’s a look at some memorial moments:

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Jul 28

The Last Ship – Recap & Review – Lockdown

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The Last Ship
Lockdown

Original Air Date: Jul 27, 2014

Vincent Chia – Sr. Reviewer
vincent@thetwocentscorp.com

This week’s episode slowed the action down and we see a little bit of personnel drama going on. Chandler, Green, and Slattery are seen going through various decontamination procedures: showers, getting clothes into biohazard bags. Then, Chandler dines with Slattery and the Master Chief. They discuss whether they should tell the crew about the sick people they encountered in Nicaragua.

Chandler decides to make a shipwide announcement that they are making progress with the vaccine. He also tells the crew about how his team eliminated a drug lord who had enslaved 150 villagers. However, his team also had to abandon a bunch of infected villagers, which included children. Chandler says that the ship will head back toward the East Coast and by the time they reach home, they should have the vaccine. The crew is excited.

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Jul 27

Comic-Con 2014: Vampire Diaries

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Comic-Con 2014
Vampire Diaries

Jul 26, 2014

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

You’ve got to love the panel that begins with a comedy film that messes up the actors with the characters. In this case, we got the end of last season when Damon and Bonnie supposedly died in a flash of blinding white light.

Then the lights go back down and it’s obvious that they’re on a sound stage and can’t believe their characters have been killed off. The other actors weigh in, some fine with their departure, others quite delighted. At one point Ian Somerhalder and Kat Graham think they might be getting a spin off. Nope. So is going to happen this season?

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