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  • Title: Saturday Night Live
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Here’s the second-half of Saturday Night Live‘s 40th Anniversary Special from the past weekend featuring several clips from the show’s 40-year history, News Update, and two guys from Aurora, Illinois.

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  • Title: Saturday Night Live
  • wiki: link

Here’s the first-half of Saturday Night Live‘s 40th Anniversary Special from the past weekend featuring several clips from the show’s 40-year history and a new edition of Celebrity Jeopardy!

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News and Notes

by Alan Rapp on February 3, 2015

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Jessica Chobot and Nerdist broke the news of the characters involved in TNT’s new pilot for Titans. The slightly older version of the Teen Titans will consist of pre-Nightwing Dick Grayson, a wheelchair-bound Barbara Gordon, Raven, Hawk and Dove, and Starfire. I can’t say I’ all that excited to hear about Hawk and Dove’s involvement, but the Oracle version of Barbara Gordon is certainly an interesting twist.

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Coming Soon

by Alan Rapp on January 30, 2015

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  • Title: House of Cards – Season Three
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Netflix offers this short tease of what we may expect in the upcoming Third Season of House of Cards which is available for streaming starting February 27th.

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News and Notes

by Alan Rapp on January 22, 2015

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Melissa Benoist

The CW has found it’s Supergirl and she’s… a brunette? The Hollywood Reporter is reporting Glee‘s Melissa Benoist has been cast in the role of Superman’s younger cousin Kara Zor-El for the network’s proposed Supergirl TV-series.

And Supergirl may not be the only DC hero to get her own show as Deadline reports The CW is in talks to spin-off the Atom (Arrow‘s Brandon Routh) into his own show as well.

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First Look

by Alan Rapp on January 14, 2015

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  • Title: iZombie
  • IMDb: link

Here’s a first look at iZombie, starring Rose McIver as an undead medical student and based on the Vertigo series of the same name, premiering on the CW on March 17th. Robert Buckley, Malcolm Goodwin, and David Anders also star.

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R.I.P. Annie Walker

by Alan Rapp on January 8, 2015

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Covert Affairs

Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that USA Network has cancelled Covert Affairs. Premiering in the summer of 2010 the show starred Piper Perabo as talented but green new agent Annie Walker who grew and blossomed into the Agency’s best field agent over the show’s five year run. Sadly, this ends the show on a cliffhanger with the futures of several characters still in doubt. It also leaves me with only a single USA show that I’m still watching (Graceland) for a network that has been a staple of my regular viewing for years. You will be missed Miss Walker but you gave us a great ride.

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News and Notes

by Alan Rapp on December 8, 2014

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Mark Hamill as the Trickster

HitFix is reporting that Mark Hamill will reprise his role of The Trickster on The Flash

Variety is reporting Toho has plans for a new Godzilla movie to be released in 2016

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Coming Soon

by Alan Rapp on September 23, 2014

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  • Title: Star Wars Rebels: The Movie
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Disney’s new animated series Star Wars Rebels is set to premiere on October 3rd with a two-part movie before officially beginning it’s First Season run on October 13th. Set five years before the original Star Wars (no, I’m not going to refer to it as “A New Hope”), the series centers around a group of rebels including a former Jedi (Freddie Prinze Jr.), a teenage con artist (Taylor Gray), the ship’s muscle (Steve Blum) and pilot (Vanessa Marshall), an explosives expert (Tiya Sircar), and an astromech droid.

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News and Notes

by Alan Rapp on September 19, 2014

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ComingSoon.net and Machinima are reporting that DC has a new Justice League animated series planned to coincide with the theatrical release of Justice League: Gods and Monsters. Although I’m not excited for the new series adopting the darker tone of the recent DC movies, the news that Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett will produce the series certainly makes me feel better about the chances of the show than the upcoming film.

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