Stephen Lang Guest Stars on "In Plain Sight"

By Jamie Ruby

Stephen LangStephan Lang has a long body of work, but is probably best known on film for his role in the blockbuster movie, Avatar, and in televsion for his part on the series Terra Nova. Tonight Lang will take on the role of father, in USA Network's In Plain Sight.

Lang plays James Wiley Shannon, Mary Shannon's father, who left when she was just a child and has been on the run from the law ever since.

Lang sat down and discussed his new role with the digital media.

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"Fringe" Preview: Letters of Transit

FringeTonight marks episode nineteen of season four of Fringe with "Letters of Transit." If you watched episode nineteen in seasons past, then you already know that tonight's episode is bound to be a unique one, and it doesn't disappoint.

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The Secret Circle 1.19 Review: "Crystal"

By John Keegan

the-secret-circle-iconThis far into the season, I’m still of the opinion that the writers are struggling to shove the narrative towards some semblance of a grand unifying conclusion, even if the various plot points don’t necessarily gel very well. We finally get a resolution to a long-standing mystery, and there’s some clarification to the overall generational conflict, but all the meandering, fits, and false starts of the season have left me cold.

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The Vampire Diaries 3.19 Review: "Heart of Darkness"

By John Keegan

vampire-diaries-iconI mentioned in the review for the previous episode that it felt like the third season arc had been poorly conceived, and that what should have been a clear path to the season finale endgame was becoming a muddled mess. I was hoping that this episode would resolve that problem, but for the most part, it just continues along the same path.

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Exclusive: Kris Holden-Ried on Season 2 of "Lost Girl"

Exclusive Interview with Kris Holden-Ried of Lost Girl
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Kris Holden-RiedSyfy’s newest hit, Lost Girl, recently entered its second season for US viewers. The series follows Bo (Anna Silk), a woman who finds out that she is Fae – a succubus. She struggles to not take sides between the Light Fae and the Dark Fae as she learns who she is and how to control her powers. She is helped by a detective and shifter, who is also her friend and often love interest, Dyson, played by Kris Holden-Ried, as well as best friend Kenzi (Ksenia Solo), human doctor, Lauren (Zoie Palmer).

Kris Holden-Ried recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the second season of the show.

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Mad Men 5.5 Review: "Signal 30"

By John Keegan and Henry T.

mad_menPete Campbell has everything anyone could ever ask for. A successful job, a doting wife, a child, a house in the suburbs. So why is he looking for more instead of accepting how good he really has it? It probably has something to do with his stunted growth and adaptation to his adult personality. He is, in essence, a spoiled rotten child in an adult body.

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Ringer 1.22 Review: "I'm the Good Twin"

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

ringer_iconOne of the things I really dislike about seasonal television is the tendency to employ the "Reset Button Plot." Season premieres are the most prominent offenders of this. Returning the plot to the current status quo and essentially rendering the events that occurred in the episode moot can make it so that the viewer stops investing in what happens to the characters, plots, the very heart of the show itself.

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Eureka 5.1 Review: "Lost"

By John Keegan and Gregg Wright

eurekasigniconThis ought to be the first episode of the second-to-last season of "Eureka", preceding a final six-episode season. But as most "Eureka" fans know, this was not to be. The impression I got was that the fifth season was virtually all "in the can" when the cancellation news hit, so there was a very real danger that "Eureka" would end without a real ending. Only one additional episode was produced to make up for this. It's a paltry victory, but it's better than no ending at all.

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The Good Wife 3.20 Review: "Pants on Fire"

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

thegoodwife-iconThe whole of this episode did not quite gel as I would have normally expected from this show. I think it's that everyone waited until near the end of this season to decide on the direction of Peter's gubernatorial race. The show hasn't spent a lot of time building to the decision made at the end of the episode so while I found it interesting to see where it goes, there's something of a hollow feeling behind it.

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Lost Girl 2.1 Review: "Something Wicked This Fae Comes"

By John Keegan and Paul Pearson

Lost-Girl-Season-2-thumb"Lost Girl" returns for its second season and slips back into its groove like no time has passed. And that's a good thing: too many shows return for their second season (or just a new season in general) and it feels as though they've lost momentum, like people are dragging their feet. The best premieres carefully tread the line of throwing audiences right back into the action and adjusting to some kind of new status quo, and "Something Wicked This Fae Comes" really nails it.

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