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Arrow – Recap & Review – Underneath

Arrow Underneath Original Air Date: May 3, 2017 Brianna – Managing Editor brianna@thetwocentscorp.com This week’s Arrow was essentially an Olicity-centric bottle episode that gave viewers what they have been waiting for since the season five premiere and pretty much the end of season four…context and communication. And really, it was a wonderful thing. Oliver and Felicity

Bell2Bell – WWE Payback Predictions – 4/30/17

Bell2Bell WWE Payback Mike Miceli  – Staff Writer mike@thetwocentscorp.com Welcome to another edition of Bell2Bell where you can find predictions and reviews of every WWE Raw and Smackdown pay-per-view event right here on TwoCentsTV! Tonight is the Raw brand PPV WWE Payback and I think the majority of the WWE Universe is struggling to care. Here we

MTV Announces Movie & TV Award Nominees

And we have our first official set of MTV Movie & TV Award Nominees! After MTV announced that they will be adding television to the award show, the network has announced the nominees as well as modifications to a few categories. This year's new or modified categories include Best Fight the

CBS Announces Season Finale Dates for ‘Blue Bloods’, ‘NCIS: LA’, and More

CBS has announced finale dates for pretty much their entire roster. Among the finale announcements are a pair of shows that have yet to be renewed in the network's massive renewal news last week.  MacGyver will kick off  CBS' finales on Friday, April 14, followed by the first season finale of Ransom on

Fox Renews ‘Lucifer’ For Season 3

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Good news, Lucifans! Fox announced Monday that Lucifer will be returning for a season three. The series stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Rachael Harris, DB Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Kevin Alejandro, Aimee Garcia, Tricia Helfer and Scarlett Estevez, and wrapped up its first half of the second season in January. “Lucifer is one of those rare

Check Out The 2017 Golden Globe Winners!

The 2017 Golden Globe Awards happened Sunday night, kicking off with a LaLaLand parody and a broken teleprompter during Jimmy Fallon's opening monologue. The show wasn't without its highlights, though from Viola Davis and Meryl Streep's speeches to a Kristen Wiig and Steve Carrell bringing the funny. The night saw a few

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