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We join Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Audrey (Emily Rose) sharing a tender moment in the bedroom of his house. Yes, Nathan’s house has finally been shown and they’re cohabitating! A shirtless Nathan brings her coffee as they converse about her concerns over his going into the void in search of the controller crystal, the last piece needed to rebuild the barn. Meanwhile, on the edge of town, a boy is playing a game of toss with the mysterious fog barrier. On his last throw, the ball isn’t returned until DukeRead More
This week’s pivotal episode opens with Nathan (Lucas Bryant) questioning Dave (John Dunsworth) in his old office. Dave insists he’s being possessed by Croatoan and isn’t aware of what he’s doing. He then admits, to Nathan’s horror, that he believes he might have also killed James, the Colorado Kid (Nathan’s son). Dave adds there was a strange woman on the beach that day, who disappeared through a thinny, just before he was pulled into it. Nathan realizes this thinny could still be there and may a way into the void.Read More
HAVEN -- "Perditus" Episode 519 -- Pictured: Emily Rose as Audrey Parker -- (Photo by: Mike Tompkins/Syfy)
As we begin this episode, Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Dwight (Adam Copeland) stand outside a Big Benjy’s Ice Cream truck with Gloria. The body of Charlotte (Laura Mennell), lay inside, covered by a sheet as they discuss what happened to her and how to proceed. Audrey tells them Charlotte was attacked by Croatoan. She also explains that Croatoan is her (Mara’s) father and she doesn’t understand why he’d kill her mother. Audrey turns to walk away as Nathan pursues her to give her some emotional support, thoughRead More
This episode begins with a couple being terrorized by what appears to be the same creature that they’ve dubbed “The No Marks Killer.” Dave (John Dunsworth) wakes up to realize it was a dream of something that just happened, so he yells for Vince (Richard Donat) to get up and accompany him to try and save the woman. Across town, we see Dwight (Adam Copeland) and Charlotte (Laura Mennell) waking up together, discussing the plan to end the troubles and hoping for their “happily ever after.” Dwight leaves to assistRead More
At the end of last week’s episode, Audrey (Emily Rose) had been rendered unconscious by The Sandman (Rossif Sutherland) and we now find her somehow transported to a very lavish wedding venue, where she’s apparently preparing to marry Henry, aka Sandman. She’s definitely not herself, as we hear her conversations with others and see her about to try on her wedding gown. Next we witness a panicked Nathan (Lucas Bryant) finding Audrey, wide-eyed and unresponsive on the floor of a classroom. Sitting in a chair next to her is Grayson,Read More
iZombie -- "Real Dead Housewife of Seattle" -- Image Number: ZMB_203a_4076.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Jazz Raycole as Bethany Miller and Rose McIver as Olivia "Liv" Moore -- Photo: Jack Rowand /The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

Posted On October 20, 2015By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV RECAP: ‘iZombie’ and the Housewife Makeover

Last week, Liv (Rose McIver) enjoyed some frat boy brains and it was all “dude” and “brah.” This week, “iZombie” explores the other side of the coin with “ohmygod” and “literally.” Murder victim du jour is “lady who lunches,” Taylor Fowler, a rich housewife who allows a strange man – posing as a realtor – to come into her home to “look at the view” which, as it turns out, is code for “let me get you alone on your balcony that sits on a cliff, and push you off.”Read More
This episode opens with Nathan (Lucas Bryant) surrounded by an angry mob of troubled citizens. Audrey (Emily Rose) and Dwight (Adam Copeland) do their best to calm Tony, Kira’s boyfriend and assure the others they will seek justice and the truth. Once in private, Nathan informs them that Kira is actually alive, but trapped by a large rock in a dark place full of aether. They all agree they cannot divulge her whereabouts, since it would just lead to a search party and the discovery of the aether. Audrey suggestsRead More
HAVEN -- "New World Order" Episode 514 -- Pictured: (l-r) Lucas Bryant as Nathan Wuornos, Emily Rose as Audrey Parker, Eric Balfour as Duke Crocker -- (Photo by: Mike Tompkins/Haven 5 Productions/Syfy)
We open the Haven double header premier with Duke having released countless troubles on the unsuspecting residents. We see the aether tears hit people randomly and some of their new troubles are immediately ignited, with tragic results. Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Charlotte (Laura Mennell) are with a now unconscious Duke (Eric Balfour). Audrey sends Nathan to help at the station while she and her mother take Duke to the hospital, supposedly to gather Charlotte’s research and help Duke. When Nathan gets to the station, he has aRead More
In the season 3 finale of “Orphan Black” titled, “History Yet to Be Written,” Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Clone Club race to find answers, Alison gets good news regarding her campaign, Delphine (Evelyn Brochu) discovers new information and Helena has a reunion. Rachel wakes up in the most decadent home ever to be displayed on television, but doesn’t know how she got there. She wheels over to a table where she finds a mirror. She tears off the bandage covering her left eye, revealing her newly implanted one and proceedsRead More

Posted On June 9, 2015By Alexandra ColatostiIn Television, TV Recaps

TV RECAP: ‘Orphan Black’ Introduces A New Clone

In this week’s episode of “Orphan Black” titled, “Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method,” we are finally introduced to the blond, bubbly clone, Krystal Goderitch who we caught a glimpse of a few episodes back when she was engaging in a strange threesome with Castor clones Rudy and Seth (both played by Ari Millen). Krystal details this encounter while giving a seemingly unsuspecting Delphine (Evelyn Brochu) a manicure, and is completely oblivious to the fact that she is a clone. Later, Delphine meets with Dr. Nealon (Tom McCamus) to discuss Krystal, Rachel’sRead More