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9 Things To Expect On The CW’s ‘Arrow’

The cast and producers of The CW’s Arrow descended on PaleyFest at Beverly Hills’ Saban Theater on Saturday night.

The cast, who have yet to film the season finale flew out from Vancouver, was joined by executive producers Greg Berlanti, March Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg.

Onscreen golden boy himself, series star…

Dio Anthony / March 10, 2013

What Makes Skye Tick On ‘Cult’?

Skye hasn’t told us all there is to know about her extensive knowledge of the Billy Grimm Universe on The CW’s Cult. As of last week’s episode, she’s just a curious production assistant who’s done her research.

Or is it really that simple?

“There is something that you find out i…

Dio Anthony / February 26, 2013

‘Girls’ Recap: A Day In The Life Of Jessa

On Sunday’s episode of HBO’s Girls, we left the city for probably the second time on the series. This time, we went into some extremely rural and unheard area of upstate New York called Manitou to explore Jessa’s (Jemima Kirke) home life and to pay her father a visit.  I feel like Lena Dunham has been constantly…

Dio Anthony / February 25, 2013

‘Girls’ Recap: The Lies We Tell

When I started watching HBO’s Girls, I hoped and wished it accurately portrayed life as a twenty-something, whether girl or boy. Season 2 has had its highs and lows when it comes to relateability, believability and authenticity. But most of the time, creator (Lena Dunham) drives it home. Sunday was one of those episodes.

Following…

Dio Anthony / February 18, 2013

4 Things To Expect This Season On FX’s ‘The Americans’

FX’s new spy series The Americans is only two episodes in and it’s already a winner for the network in ratings.

If not for its original plot, than for the phenomenal performances from both Kerri Russell and Matthew Rhys. If that doesn’t do it for you, then it may be the unexpected twists and tur…

Dio Anthony / February 13, 2013

Who’s Dallas’ White Knight on ‘Suburgatory’?

The fictional town of Chatswin, N.Y. and its quirky residents are welcoming back That 70’s Show star Wilmer Valderrama for another visit to Suburbia. The 33-year-old actor reprises his role as the kooky animal spiritualist Yoni, a smooth talking fellow, with a knack for wearing white, when Dallas’ (Cheryl Hines) dog, Yikult, needs some help.

Dio Anthony / January 30, 2013