• INTERVIEW: Friday, 7/14 - 5:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Monica Breen
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 8/1 - 9:30pm ET - Wynonna Earp - Tim Rozon
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 8/3 - 4:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Peter Mensah
  • INTERVIEW: Friday, 7/4 - 6:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Parisa Fitz-Henley

Advance Review: DIG - An Intelligent & Intriguing Mystery

DIGTomorrow USA Network premieres its new murder mystery thriller, DIG. The series follows FBI Agent Peter Connelly (Jason Isaacs, Harry Potter franchise; Awake), who is stationed in Israel, under his new boss and lover, Lynn Monahan (Anne Heche, Men in Trees; Save Me). When he works to solve a murder, he is swept up in an ancient mystery of international conspiracies and secrets. He must dig deeper to uncover the real truth or it could be the end of everything.


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Review: The Last Man on Earth

The Last Man on EarthIf you haven't seen tonight's episode, please be aware there are spoilers within.

When I started to watch The Last Man on Earth, I wasn't sure what to think. As I watched, what I realized was that seeing what Phil (Will Forte) did, once he realized he could pretty much do anything, was really funny. I just wasn't sure at first how a show of one man talking to himself and inanimate objects could be sustained for a full series. I thought that while Forte is hilarious in his pursuit of ending his boredom and loneliness, there are probably only so many places to go with it. I was happy to be wrong.

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Helix - Cross-Pollination - 2.07 Review

HelixTo get the review up right away this week, I decided to post the review part of the post mortem quickly. The recap, as well as my roundup of the questions and answers, will come later.

Please be aware that if you haven't seen the new episode yet, there will be spoilers.



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Helix - M. Domestica - 2.06 Post Mortem

HelixFollowing the review is a roundup of questions and answers, as well as a detailed recap of the episode.

I quite enjoyed this week's episode of Helix, there was quite a lot going on. It was great not only to see more of Balleseros, but also to see him and Julia in the present (or near past). It's great to now also know that Julia has not gone over to the dark side. It's unclear if Balleseros is completely on her side, but that's not unexpected with him.

The pieces are starting to connect. We now finally know the reason for NARVIK - to thin the herd so the world will sustain life for just the "essential" people that Ilaria chooses. Obviously, not all the members are on board. This also leads viewers to believe that NARVIK C could potentially be the disease that ended up killing off many of the immortals.

The new storyline with Mademoiselle Durant also seems connected, as she mentioned the rogue immortal that is working on something that can stop Ilaria - obviously leading viewers to believe this immortal to be Brother Michael, which is probably why Balleseros sent Peter to the island (this is assuming these scenes took place before Peter arrived). It doesn't, however, sound like this person though is necessarily doing it to help humanity.

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Helix - Densho - 2.04 Post Mortem

HelixFollowing the review is a roundup of questions and answers, as well as a detailed recap of the episode.

Each week Helix brings more questions and answers, and this week was no different. The episode, titled "Densho," gave us more on the virus, as we now know the source of it and how some of the characters were infected.

This week brought not only some more great juxtaposed music but also much more craziness in the form of Hatake. Not only is he hallucinating his dead wife and son, whose dead bodies sit at his dinner table, but now he wants to do the same to Julia. In an extremely creepy and also odd in the best ways scene, he takes her to his basement of horrors and gets ready to presumably embalm her.

The other great scene we get from those two characters is the awesomely choreographed fight between Julia and her father. Apparently you can bring an axe to a sword fight.

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Advance Review: Helix Returns with More Chilling Mysteries

HelixHelix returns to Syfy for a second season of 13 episodes, starting on Friday. The show picks up about fifteen months after the events in season one. The team investigates a completely new deadly viral outbreak, this time on a cruise ship, which leads them to a mysterious island. The inhabitants of the island, members of a strange cult, however, are less than happy to see them.

The series doesn't drop the Narvik storyline, but it does focus more on the new virus. The storytelling and tone seem quite a bit different than last season, as of the first episode, in my opinion. I felt it focused on what is going on with the people on the island as much as it did the virus. Not that this is a bad thing in any way; it just feels different. It's also much different that the characters are out in the open, but as they are on an island, it does still have that great feeling of isolation and also claustrophobia. I found the episode to be very creepy and am really excited to find out more about the mysteries surrounding the cult.

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Advance Review: 12 Monkeys - A Mind-Blowing & Wild Ride

12 MonkeysFriday Syfy premieres its new drama 12 Monkeys. The series is based on the film of the same name, and although the overarching plot comes from the film, the result is rather unique and definitely stands on it's own. The pilot sets up the series, and does take a bit from the film, but then it branches off.

The series follows Cole (Aaron Stanford), who is sent back in time by a group of scientists to stop a virus that kills most of humanity. Cole travels back and forward in time to try to save the world. He is helped in his past (2015), where the main part of the story takes place, by Dr. Cassandra Railley (Amanda Schull). The two follow clues to try to figure out what started the deadly chain of events.

Meanwhile in 2043 the scientists, led by Jones (Barbara Sukowa), comb through clues that Cole reveals, while also dealing with their own bleak reality.

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Advance Review: Ascension - A Unique Voyage Into Space

By Jamie Ruby

AscensionMonday night Syfy premieres its new limited event, Ascension, which will run for three consecutive nights. The series follows a century-long space voyage as it has reached it's point of no return at fifty-one years, when there is a murder aboard the ship that will cause the crew and inhabitants to question their mission.

One of the interesting things about the series is that although it takes place in the present, the starship Ascension was launched in the 1960s. Therefore, none of the passengers have been influenced by the outside world and have developed their own society aboard the ship. As far as they know, they could be the last survivors of the human race after the Cold War. This makes it not only unique, but also poses problems for those dealing with the murder, as there is no outside help.

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Advance Review: The Flash

By Jamie Ruby

The FlashTomorrow CW premieres it's new series, The Flash, which is a spinoff of Arrow. The show follows Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), who's mother was killed and his father was convicted of the murder when he was only eleven. His best friend Iris (Candice Patton)'s father, Detective Joe West (Jesse L. Martin), took him in and raised him. Now working with West, Barry is an observant CSI investigator. Though West has always thought his mother's case was open and shut and is sure his father is the culprit, Barry refuses to give up.

Barry is a science geek and goes to see the unveiling of physicist Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh)'s particle accelerator, but during the test something goes wrong and many people are affected. Barry wakes up after a nine month coma to find that he has super speed, and intends to use it to help others.

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Advance Review: Sleepy Hollow Season 2

Sleepy HollowTomorrow FOX's hit series Sleepy Hollow returns for season two with all new episodes. The supernatural series is a reimagining of the legend and follows Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) after he is awakened after being buried for two and one half centuries. He and Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) must work together to stop the Headless Horseman and the apocalypse, all while he continues to acclimate himself to the modern world.

Season two picks up where season one left off, with Crane buried alive by Henry Parish (John Noble) who he recently discovered was not only the Horseman of War, but also his son, and Mills stuck in purgatory.

Things are not as they seem, and they must work together to stop the end of days as well as try to save Crane's wife, Katrina (Katia Winter), who has been kidnapped by the Headless Horseman.

To make matters worse, the one person who believed them at the police department department, Captain Frank Irving (Orlando Jones), is headed off to prison after pleading guilty for a murder he didn't commit.

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