"The Haunted Collector" Returns to Syfy

By Christiane Elin

John ZaffisWith his nearly 38 years of studying and investigating the paranormal, John Zaffis aka "The Godfather of the Paranormal" is back leading the team in season two of Haunted Collector. The Haunted Collector team has expanded, adding new team members, Jesslyn Brown and Jason Gates, to help clients with their unexplained activity.

Season two will include more investigating and experimenting to test if an object is causing paranormal disturbances. When a haunted item is found to be the source of the disturbance, it is removed and stored into John's Museum of the Paranormal located in a barn on his property. Tune into Syfy on Wednesdays 9/8c, starting tonight, to see what John adds to his Museum of the Paranormal this season.

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"Chernobyl Diaries": Mutant Cannibals in the Dark

By Daniel Denehy

Chernobyl DiariesOh come now, you knew it was mutant cannibals right from the preview, what you want to know is if these mutant cannibals are worth $10 a ticket. Before I talk about the movie though I should share another bit of relevant information about your reviewer's background; I don't like horror movies. Don't get me wrong, gore and scares aren't the problem. It is because most horror movies are very sparse on plot. Far too often I've seen the story in a horror flick boil down to "it's a ghost/vampire/werewolf/demon." Then there's a bunch of people who die followed by a coin toss whether the hero prevails over the evil with his newly acquired love interest or they die in the last scene. There are a few horror movies I like, my favorite of which is John Carpenter's The Thing, and even that can be argued to be more of a monster movie than a horror movie.

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"Franklin & Bash" Returns Tonight to TNT

By Jamie Ruby

Franklin & BashTonight Franklin & Bash returns for its second season to TNT. The legal drama follows the lives of two smart young lawyers, Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Peter Bash (Mark-Paul Gosseleaar), who will do whatever it takes to win cases, even if it doesn't fit in with the legendary law firm they've become a part of. Their boss Stanton Infeld (Malcolm McDowell), lets them get a way with a lot, as long as they close cases, much to the annoyance of the other straight-laced employees.

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Game of Thrones 2.10 Review: "Valar Morghulis"

By John Keegan and Gregg Wright

Game_of_Thrones_iconThis was definitely this season's most difficult episode to review. "Blackwater" was a break from the norm, in that it told a more self-contained story and worked as a climactic season finale. "Valar Morghulis" is, in most respects, a return to the norm. Some developments feel like major turning points and undoubtedly well-suited for a season finale (and we'll discuss that more later), but like most episodes of "Game of Thrones", it feels like just one small piece of a much larger story. It's a lot harder to gauge my personal reaction to something like that.

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Lost Girl 2.7 Review: "Fae Gone Wild"

By John Keegan and Paul Pearson

Lost-Girl-Season-2-thumbFor the first time this season, "Lost Girl" has managed to deliver two solid episodes in a row. It's not a one-two knockout like most of the other quality episodes of season two, but all the pieces are in play and working well to deliver the kind of fun, character-driven storytelling one hopes to find on any given instalment of the show.

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"Rizzoli & Isles" Returns for Season 3 Tonight on TNT

By Jamie Ruby

Rizzoli & IslesTonight Rizzoli & Isles returns to TNT for its third season. The episode picks up where the season finale left off with Jane (Angie Harmon) having shot Maura's (Sasha Alexander) biological father and head of the Irish mob, Paddy Doyle (John Doman), who showed up unexpectedly. He was only trying to protect his daughter, but things got out of hand when he shot the suspect and Agent Dean (Billy Burke), and Jane was forced to shoot Paddy.

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Miss USA Pageant with Giuliana Rancic and Andy Cohen

By Lynn Tackitt

Miss USA 2012When a lot of us were little girls, it was often a good night of television when you could sit down and watch The Miss USA Pageant. All the beautiful young ladies with graceful elegance in their evening gowns and their confidence as they walked the stage in their bathing suits, showing off different talents to show off a well rounded sophistication. It filled the evening with dreams of one day becoming one of the Miss USA winners. You got to meet them a little when the finalists answered questions on events of the world.

Looking back on that, I now realize how hard it must be to be a judge and pick a suitable winner in the short time that they get to evaluate the contestants - the importance of picking a young woman to take the title of Miss USA and do justice to the long line of pageant winners.

What was once thought of as just a beauty pageant has turned more and more to young women bringing attention to more important causes and making people aware of issues that should be brought to light.

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Mark Feuerstein Returns for Season 4 of "Royal Pains"

By Jamie Ruby

Mark FeuersteinThis Wednesday, Royal Pains, USA Network's #1 hit series, will return for season four. This season Dr. Hank Lawson, played by Mark Feuerstein, will be stepping out on his own with his medical practice, as his brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo), starts his own business venture. With all the fighting, it looks like Divya(Reshma Shetty) doesn't want to take sides. However, HankMed must team up for a Hamptons' emergency once more.

Feuerstein recently sat down with the media to talk about the upcoming season and what we can expect.

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Touch 1.12/1.13: "Gyre"

By John Keegan

touch_tv_show_icon"Touch" has always been a show with potential. It could have been something very interesting. Instead, it quickly became apparent that Tim Kring was using this show to promote a lazy brand of spiritualism that predicates itself on the human tendency to find patterns in the noise. All too often, the writers force connections to imply that there is a grander scheme of things, and it shows. This season finale is no different.

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Mad Men 5.11 Review: "The Other Woman"

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

mad_menIt's all glitz and glamour until someone brings something distasteful up to the surface. When that happens, it has a way of rotting whatever gets in the way. All throughout this episode, I felt as if the walls of Jericho were falling all around the characters. The firm is not flush with money so they have to fight tooth-and-nail for any account they can get their hands on. They do try, befitting what Don said in his speech to rally the troops in the previous episode, but there are costs to getting that golden goose.

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