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The 100 -- "Terms and Conditions" -- Image HU308b_0001 -- Pictured (L-R): Henry Ian Cusick as Kane and Michael Beach as Pike -- Credit: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2016 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Posted On March 10, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV Recap: Everyone’s Got Plans on ‘The 100’

Last week was all about Clarke, so this week “The 100” gave Eliza Taylor a break and checked in on Arkadia, where things are going to hell fast. Jasper (Devon Bostick) continues to struggle with life which turns out to be great news for Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Raven (Lindsey Morgan) who need to recruit more people to The City of Light. With Arkadia running out of supplies and having to ration everying – booze included – figuring out Monty’s (Christopher Larkin) password actually ends up being a good distractionRead More

Posted On February 11, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV Recap: War Is Coming on ‘The 100’

The theme of this week’s episode of “The 100” is you win some, you lose some. A superior leader is gained in one respect and a truly terrible choice in leadership is won on the other side. Last week we found out that the queen of Ice Nation (Brenda Strong) was behind an attack on Mount Weather, killing a shit ton of people. She’s captured fairly (almost ridiculously) quickly by Lexa’s (Alycia Debnam Carey) people and brought to her and is sentenced to death for her crimes. The Ice NationRead More

Posted On February 4, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV RECAP: Lines Are Drawn on ‘The 100’

Last week’s episode of “The 100” ended with fighting words from Clarke (Eliza Taylor) to Lexa (Alycia Debnam Carey), who was behind her abduction. Now, locked up in Lexa’s tower like Rapunzel and avoiding her for days, Clarke and Lexa finally have a standoff wherein Lexa admits her plans to make the Sky People her people, the 13th clan. Later, Prince Roan (Zach McGowan) comes to Clarke with a win-win plan for the two: kill Lexa. Clarke gets to leave, and the prince gets back in mommy’s good graces andRead More
The 100 -- "Wanheda: Part Two" -- Image HU302B_0460 -- Pictured (L-R): Zachary McGowan as Roan and Eliza Taylor as Clarke -- Credit: Diyah Pera/The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Posted On January 28, 2016By Katie VincentIn TV Recaps

TV Recap: The Search for Clarke Continues on ‘The 100’

Last week on “The 100” we were left wondering who had stopped Team Kane’s rescue mission. Bellamy (Bob Morley) is voted on to check it out first because yes, Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), make the children find out if something is dangerous! But: surprise! It’s their own people anyway. Monty’s mom is among the group along with Charles Pike (Michael Beach), a former teacher on the Ark. The newbies are given a run-down on the current situations and they all decide to continue the search North for Clarke (Eliza Taylor).Read More
The 100 -- "Wanheda: Part One" -- Image HU301b_0323 -- Pictured: Eliza Taylor as Clarke -- Credit: Cate Cameron/The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved
And we’re back! After an (unnecessarily) excruciatingly long hiatus, “The 100” has returned to us and one of the first scenes we’re gifted with is Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) sparring shirtless because the writers know what we want #blessed. Three months has left the Skypeople in very different places. Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) is still not Chancellor, but sure acts like it; Raven’s (Lindsey Morgan) injury is causing her even more pain; Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) is still unsure about living with the Skypeople while Lincoln’s resolve isRead 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
The Rogues are coming! The Rogues are coming! The CW’s “The Flash” has added its latest to the gallery in the form of “The Tomorrow People” alum Peyton List. On the Grant Gustin-led drama, List will play Lisa Snart, the younger sibling to Leonard (Wentworth Miller) aka Captain Cold. She is a wild girl who just wants to get involved with her brother’s criminal activities, utilizing her sexuality to mask her sadistic nature and to prove her worth to Leonard. Look for Cisco (Carlos Valdes) to be part of whateverRead More
Claire Holt could be going from one mythical creature to another. The CW alum who played a vampire on “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals” is in contention for the titular superhero role on CBS’ upcoming “Supergirl” series, according to TheWrap. If she lands the role, Holt would take on the role of Kara Zor-El, an alien from the planet Krypton who’s been hiding her superhuman abilities while trying to blend in on Earth, which is also where her more famous cousin Clark Kent, aka Superman, also resides. In theRead More

Posted On November 6, 2014By Lindsey YoungIn TV Recaps

TV RECAP: Three Queens (But Still No Baby) on ‘Reign’

This week’s episode of “Reign” is titled “Three Queens,” but don’t worry—last season’s Queen of the Bean isn’t making a comeback at court. Instead, Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Catherine (Megan Follows) find themselves faced with a couple of imposters who are posing as royals and wreaking havoc among the common people by taking their money and burning down their homes. At court, the real Francis (Toby Regbo) readies himself to receive his latest foreign guest and jokes around with Mary about it. But Mary, still upset over his “confession,” isRead More
Titled “Blood for Blood,” this episode of “Reign” definitely takes a bloody turn as the growing tension between the Catholics and Protestants stirs up major drama for Francis (Toby Regbo) and Mary (Adelaide Kane). Not too far from the castle, Catholics-secretly-turned-Protestants attend mass in a makeshift church. Some highborn nobles and servants secretly attend mass, and among attendees is Lord Castleroy (Michael Therriault) who set to wed Greer (Celina Sinden) very soon. In the middle of mass, a bunch of Catholics burst into the barn, harassing the church-goers, and eventuallyRead More