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Orphan Black: Variable & Full of Perturbation Review & Recap

By Jamie Ruby

Orphan BlackEvery week Orphan Black gets crazier and I love it even more. This week we were introduced to a new clone, Tony, a transgender. The scenes between Tony and Felix are some of the best of the week. I was laughing while also cringing when he kissed Felix (Sister Kisser!).

The show does such a fantastic job week after week of juxtapositioning the comedy against the drama. So many times what is going on is something serious, but hilariously so. Another example this week is when Donnie confesses to killing Leekie. You really can't help but laugh at the absurdity of Alison and her husband, but of course in the best way possible.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Endless : Bring Tissues

By Jamie Ruby

Warehouse 13Monday Warehouse 13 will open its doors for the last time, when Syfy airs the final episode. The finale was written by John-Paul Nickel and directed by executive producer Jack Kenny. 

Kenny has said in previous interviews that the episode was a love letter to the fans, and it really is. The episode does a great job in closing out the show and packs tons of great scenes in. The episode is a clip show, but in the best way, because it's clips that people have never seen before.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Savage Seduction

Warehouse 13: Savage SeductionTonight Syfy airs the fourth episode of the final season of Warehouse 13, entitled "Savage Seduction." In the episode Pete, Myka, and Artie become trapped in a telenovela where they can only speak Spanish, meanwhile, Claudia and Steve have their own problems while following an artifact.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Endless Terror

By Jamie Ruby

Warehouse 13Tonight fan favorite Warehouse 13 returns to Syfy for its fifth and unfortunately final season. The episode picks off where the season four finale left off, with Paracelsus (Anthony Head) having taken over the warehouse and he and Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) in a standoff. However, it's going to take a lot more than Claudia's connection to the warehouse and quick thinking to stop him.

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Early Review: Helix: "Das L'ombre" - The Season Finale You Don't Want to Miss

HelixToday many fans, myself included, rejoiced when in time for the season finale tonight, Syfy officially announced that Helix will return for a second season. In my opinion, Helix is the best of what Syfy has to offer. I really feel that television has been lacking lately in smart serialized shows, and the fact that it's science fiction makes it even better. Too many networks shy away lately from airing complex shows that aren't episodic or procedural. I love the fact that you can really immerse yourself in the show and that I find myself questioning what's truly going on, long after the episode has ended for the night. That being said, it's also great to see such as series, that as much as it poses new questions every week, it has answered a great majority of them throughout the story.

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Early Review: Being Human - Better than Ever

By Jamie Ruby

Being HumanBeing Human
, which premieres tomorrow on Syfy, is really stepping it up this year. Things are quite different for all of the main characters: after being bitten by Liam (Xander Berkeley), Josh (Sammy Huntington) is stuck as a werewolf, which everyone, including his wife Nora (Kristen Hager), has to deal with. Sally (Meaghan Rath) has been taken through Donna (Amy Aquino)'s death spot and now retains some kind of link with her which will lead to interesting events. Meanwhile, Aidan (Sam Witwer) has problems of his own as he deals with his evolving relationship with Kat (Deanna Russo) while those from his past come back into his life.

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Early Review: Syfy's New Series Bitten Has Got Bite

By Jamie Ruby

BittenTomorrow night the all new series Bitten will premiere on Syfy. The series is based on #1 New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong's Otherworld novels. Bitten stars Laura Vandervoort as Elena Michaels, a woman with a startling secret – she's a werewolf, and the only female one in existence.

Abandoning her Pack, Elena moves to the city to try to create a normal life for herself as a photographer. She hides her true identity from the world and her boyfriend Philip (Paul Greene).

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Early Review: Lost Girl Continues to Surprise

By Jamie Ruby

Lost GirlSeason four of the faetastic Lost Girl returns Monday night to Syfy with another kick-ass episode. The series focuses on the powerful, and an as of yet unaligned succubus Bo (Anna Silk), who at the end of last season disappeared with presumably her biological father, and fans have been waiting with bated breath to find out exactly what happened.

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Early Review: Helix - The Virus is Catching

HelixFriday Syfy premieres its new original series Helix. The series focuses on a team of scientists of the Centers for Disease Control who come to the Arctic Biosystems research facility, at the request of Dr. Hiroshi Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada) to investigate what could be a disease outbreak. The team is led by pathologist Dr. Alan Farragut, played by Billy Campbell, whose brother Peter (Neil Napier) is one of the infected patients. He is joined by his team members including cellular biologist Dr. Julia Walker, played by Kyra Zagorsky, who also happens to be his ex-wife, as well as virologist Dr. Sarah Jordan (Jordan Hayes) and veterinary pathologist Dr. Doreen Boyle (Catherine Lemieux). Also in the mix is Army liaison Major Sergio Balleseros (Mark Ghanimé) and Daniel Aerov (Meegwun Fairbrother), head of security at Arctic Biosystems.

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Early Review: Almost Human Premieres Tomorrow on FOX

By Jamie Ruby

Almost HumanTomorrow FOX kicks off its special two-night premiere event of Almost Human. Coming from executive producer J.J. Abrams and creator and executive producer J.H. Wyman, the new sci-fi action series is sure to be a hit.

Almost Human, which is set in the year 2048, follows Detective John Kennex, played by Karl Urban, who wakes up from a coma after surviving an attack on the police department. He has lost his leg, which has been replaced by a synthetic one, and most of his memory of the event, other than that his partner was killed.

When Kennex returns to duty, he finds that all of the officers are required to partner with androids, which he is very adverse to. He reluctantly agrees at the request of Captain Sandra Maldonaldo, played by Lili Taylor, but his partnership is short-lived when he ends it after the robot discovers some incriminating evidence against him.

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