• INTERVIEW: Friday, 10/13 - 2:30pm ET - Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency - Jade Eshete
  • CONFERENCE: Thursday, 10/12 - 3:00pm ET - Superstition - Mario Van Peebles
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 10/12 - 1:00pm ET - Van Helsing - Bzhaun Rhoden
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 10/10 - 2:30pm ET - Van Helsing - Aleks Paunovich
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 9/28 - 6:30pm ET - Channel Zero - Nick Antosca
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 9/27 - 1:30pm ET - The Gifted - Amy Acker

The Secret Circle 1.15 Review: "Return"

By John Keegan

the-secret-circle-iconThe writers have been hinting at the reveal of John Blackwell for so long, in relation to Cassie’s infusion of dark power, that it was probably inevitable that the eventual arrival of the man would be a disappointment. And sure enough, I found very little interesting about Blackwell. If anything, I was left with the notion that he was as terribly miscast as Cassie.

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"Southland" Returns Tonight on TNT for Season 4

By Jamie Ruby

SouthlandTonight, Southland returns to TNT for its fourth season.

Having not seen Southland before I didn't know what to expect. I was surprised by the format, as it does not follow the usual procedural drama model. While it's obvious the show has an overall story line with the characters, there wasn't much of an overall plot line for the episode. The episode was comprised of multiple short segments with each group of cops. It reminded me of what you would expect to see on a show like Cops. That is not to say that the format doesn't work for the show; it does. It gives it more of a realistic and gritty feeling, and with everything going on throughout the episode it seems to be more of an action driven drama as opposed to focussing more on the characters. Doing that makes this series unique. It focuses more on external then internal, which again adds to the show's authenticity in a way, but it also focusses more on the everyday lives and interactions of the policemen as opposed to things like the motivation of the criminals or details of the crimes.

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Haven: Silent Night

HavenTonight Syfy will be premiering special Christmas editions of three of its popular series. The night concludes with an episode of Haven, entitled, "Silent Night"

It's the middle of July, yet everyone in Haven, except for Audrey Parker (Emily Rose), believes it's Christmas, much to her annoyment. Everyone is in good holiday cheer and decorating the town, which Audrey soon learns, is not a joke.

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Warehouse 13: The Greatest Gift

Warehouse 13This year Syfy is running special Christmas episodes of three of its popular series, all to air tonight. The second of the line up is Warehouse 13 with the episode "The Greatest Gift."

In the episode Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) is hit in the head by an artifact which causes him to wake up to a life where he's never been born. In the new version of his reality, it's a different team of agents that work at the warehouse - including a very much alive James MacPherson (Roger Rees).

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Eureka: Do You See What I See?

EurekaTonight Syfy is airing three Christmas specials for their most popular series. The night starts with Eureka, with the episode "Do You See What I See?"

It's Christmas eve in Eureka, and as usual things don't go as planned. Sheriff Carter (Colin Ferguson) and Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) are decorating when Allison leaves for GD after realizing one of Jenna's gifts is missing a battery. Meanwhile Carter is planning a surprise for her and the kids, which he and the others decide to test at Cafe Diem.

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"Neverland" Two-Part Miniseries Premieres Tonight on Syfy

By Jamie Ruby

NeverlandIf you think you know the story of Peter Pan, think again. Tonight Syfy will premiere the first half of its four-hour original miniseries, Neverland, which will conclude tomorrow night. The story is a prequel - an origin story, penned by Nick Willing, who previously directed the Syfy miniseries Alice, which he also wrote, and Tin Man. If you have watched either of those, you probably already have an idea that Neverland, although containing bits of the classic, will stand on its own.

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The Walking Dead 2x04, "Cherokee Rose"

By Karen Moul

The Walking DeadIt was another slow week on The Walking Dead. In TWD time Sophia has only been missing three days, but in viewer time this is week four and Darryl is the only person who cares if she's still alive. More and more it looks like the search for the missing child is simply a device to develop Darryl's character. And while it seems to be working (if forum chatter is any indication, he's a very popular character), viewers are increasingly frustrated with the glacial pace of this season's storytelling.

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Behind the Scenes

By Karen Moul

Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeNow in its 85th year, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is as much a holiday tradition as turkey, stuffing, and green bean casserole. More than 3.5 million people are expected to line the parade route and 50 million more will watch on TV.

The parade's signature element is the gigantic helium balloons that tower over the streets of New York City. Each year, more than a million people flock to the Upper West Side the night before the parade to see the balloons inflated. This afternoon SciFi Vision joined in the fun with a special behind-the-scenes tour.

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The Walking Dead: Episode 2x03, “Save the Last One”

By Karen Moul

The Walking DeadI take back much of what I said last week. In “Bloodletting” I thought we were seeing another side of Shane, a side that was loyal and responsible and almost likeable. This week, I’m pretty sure that is the last time anyone will use those words to describe Shane.

But I don’t mind being wrong when we get an ending this delicious. The final scene was so shockingly great, most viewers didn’t even notice that almost nothing happened during the entire rest of the episode. Those last five minutes cemented Shane’s position as the most compelling character on the show. Yes, his actions were horrifying, but they raised a number of fascinating questions about morality and survival and to what extent the two are compatible.

Rick is the show’s moral center and always does the honorable thing; he’s constantly risking his life for others. He went back into Atlanta after Merle, he ran off after Sophia, and he gives away guns to everyone he meets. There’s no way he would do the things that Shane has done, even if it meant he would survive.

But while Rick sees the world as black and white, Shane is operating in a very grey area.

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The Walking Dead: Episode 2x02, "Bloodletting"

By Karen Moul

The Walking DeadWith thirteen episodes this season, the writers of The Walking Dead have the luxury of slowing down and developing the characters. Week two was another slow episode, but I think these early episodes devoted to character development will pay off down the road.

I love what they did with Shane this week. They’ve been building him up to be a villain almost as dangerous as the walkers. He left Rick for dead, slept with his wife, and tried to make Rick’s family his own. He even tried to rape Lori. He really has not been a good friend.

And suddenly, there is another side to Shane, a side that is likeable.

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