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An F.B.I. agent is forced to work with an institutionalized scientist and his son in order to rationalize a brewing storm of unexplained phenomena.
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'The Flash' Poll: Do You Want to See Earth-2 Again?

You'd never guess it from the title but "Escape from Earth-2" saw Harry, Barry and Cisco come back to their home Earth with Harry's daughter in tow. The episode closed on the breach between worlds being closed and Zoom being trapped on the other side. The Flash appears that it has shut the door on Earth-2 for a while. When Earth-2 does eventually reappear though, it should come back with a vengeance. ... more Comments

Casting Bits: 'OUAT' Casts Hercules, Gaius Charles Joins 'Blindspot' and More

Find out who's joining the casts of Blindspot, Grey's Anatomy, Once Upon a Time and more in the latest casting news roundup. Gaius Charles on Blindspot TVLine has reported that the ... more Comments

'Fringe' Star John Noble Joins 'Elementary' as New Series Regular

The father of Sherlock Holmes is about to become very involved in his son's life. Fringe and Sleepy Hollow star John Noble has joined the cast of the CBS drama Elementary, playing Sherlock's wealthy and mysterious father. And it won't be a quick visit as Noble is coming aboard as a series regul... more Comments

'The Whispers' Series Premiere Recap: Imaginary Friends with Cruel Intentions

We've all seen those previews. You know the ones. Kids are playing on a bright summer's day and all seems right with the world. Until you hear creepy kid voices echoing in the background. Until you see one of the cute kids listening to an imaginary friend who's perhaps whispering not-so-sweet nothings. This is the premise of ABC's new summer series The Whispers, where imaginary friends are pure evil, manipulating kids into doing horrific acts. This one is more psychological thriller than the scare-fest suggested by the prom... more Comments

'Star Trek' Legend Leonard Nimoy Dead at 83

Leonard Nimoy, best known as the logical Vulcan Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek series, has died at the age of 83. Nimoy passed away at his home Friday after a long battle with heart disease. Nimoy became an iconic actor as Mr. Spock on the 1960s series Star Trek, continuing the role in several movies and most recently reprising it in J.J. Abrams' reboot of the franchise, meaning he played the role for over ... more Comments

'Hotel Impossible' Season 5 Begins

'Hotel Impossible' on Travel Channel just returned for its fifth season, on October 7 at 9/8 central. It's one of those reality shows where an expert is called in to fix something. In this case, the expert in question is Anthony Melchiorri (pronounced Mel-Cur-Re), a New York hospitality expert who renovated the Plaza and Algonquin Hotels in NYC. Since August 2012, Anthony travels the U.S. and occasionally the... more Comments

Canceled Cable? What You Should Be Streaming This Fall

Who needs cable when you can just stream? Instead of waiting for each episode each week, why not try a show that has a few 100 episodes behind it? Or one that's already finished? Hollywood is pushing out more TV shows than ever onto streaming sites so you can enjoy a few sleepless binge sessions. So cut the cord. Here's what you can watch whenever you want.   1. The Good Wife Legal shows aren't supposed to be this good. CBS shows are... more Comments

10 TV Shows with Controversial Endings that Promised Answers

Every year, some of our favorite shows go off the air for the last time. Even the most diehard TV watchers would admit that few shows have universally beloved series finales. Friday Night Lights, Breaking Bad and The Shield are the ones that come to mind for me. While there are shows with controversial endings that are hated by many, beloved by a few, like The Sopranos, St. Elsewhere and Dexter, we i... more Comments

'Suits' Just Got Litt Up for Season 5

It's a happy day for fans of  Suits! With Season 4 half over, USA has renewed the legal drama for another 16-episode Season 5. This season has been full of drama with Mike's new career as an investment banker tanking, his return to Pearson Specter and Louis' poor judgment now threatening the firm. While it's unclear if Louis Litt will survive his current legal troubles, the show will go on. Suits&nbs... more Comments

'Once Upon a Time' Casts Elizabeth Mitchell as Mystery 'Frozen' Character

Once Upon a Time season 4 just keeps sounding better and better, doesn't it? Fans already know that Frozen is coming to the ABC hit series, with several characters already cast, and now another character tied to that storyline has been announced - and this casting news could be the best yet. Entertainment Weekly has revealed that Lost favorite ... more Comments

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