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Kathy Bates - American Horror Story Season Three
Jason Boyd

American Horror Story Season Three To Feature Kathy Bates?

Looks like American Horror Story Season Three will star Kathy Bates in the role of villain. TVLine.com broke the news in an exclusive story. Other tidbits include Jessica Lange playing a “glamour cat leading lady,” and the season generally having a lighter tone than Asylum. The third season will also

The Walking Dead Home Season 3
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Jason Boyd

The Walking Dead Home Postmortem (Review)

Let’s get one thing out of the way: The Walking Dead Home (episode 10) was a bazillion-times better than The Suicide King (episode 11). Also, yes, I was wrong about quite a few of my predictions. What the writers did instead was just fine and dandy, though, so I’m cool

The Walking Dead Home Season 3 episode 10
Jason Boyd

The Walking Dead Home Spoilers and Predictions

EOnline.com released a few spoilers for The Walking Dead Home (episode 10) in an article yesterday. One we already knew, but the others… Here’s the critical section from the article. WARNING: Walking Dead Home Spoilers Ahead Death Visits Zombieland…Again: Yep, we’re about to see another death. But will it come

community without dan harmon -- season 4
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Jason Boyd

Community Without Dan Harmon A Train Wreck

It’s obvious to say that NBC’s Community without Dan Harmon is different, but is it worse? Yes. A thousand times worse. First, go read this story about the whole Harmon getting booted thing and his thoughts on future involvement (see: none). Dan Harmon IS and WAS Community. The show ended

walking dead suicide king
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Jason Boyd

Walking Dead Suicide King Limps Into Second Half

It’s back. The Walking Dead “Suicide King” aired last night after much hype. It did not live up to it. Here’s the thing: I love The Walking Dead. I love the comic book, and I love the TV show. But it’s a TV show. As a result, it’s hampered by

Jason Boyd

Do No Harm Canceled After Only Two Episodes

News came today via The Hollywood Reporter that NBC is turning out the lights on its new drama. With Do No Harm canceled, I’m left to wonder why I repeatedly put my faith in good cable TV. There were three hugely hyped TV dramas this season. The Following, The Americans,