Orphan Black: The Next Chapter - What Clone Club Has Been Waiting For

Orphan Black: The Next ChapterToday Serial Box released part one of episode one of the highly anticipated continuation of the popular BBC America series, Orphan Black. The Next Chapter takes place eight years after the end of the television series, which followed the intertwined lives of clones as they struggled to not only find their identities, but also stop those behind the cloning program and other atrocities of science.

The new series will see the return of the sisters. Although Project Leda has come to an end, it’s not over. Everything changes when they discover the existence of more clones and are forced out of their anonymous lives in order to stop a disaster.

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Advance Preview: NOS4A2 is a Unique Take on the Vampire Genre

NOS4A2Tomorrow, AMC premieres its new series, NOS4A2. The series is based on a novel of the same name by Joe Hill.

The story starts out when an old immortal man named Charles Manx (Zachary Quinto) lures a young boy named Daniel (Asher Miles Fallica) into his Rolls Royce Wraith with candy and Christmas gifts, while his henchman kills the boy’s mother and her boyfriend. He promises the boy that he will bring him to Christmasland where he will never be lonely, and unhappiness is against the law. It’s easy to see right away that something sinister is going on.

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Advance Preview: Fear the Walking Dead Returns with a Positive Start to Season Five

Fear the Walking DeadSunday, season five of Fear the Walking Dead premieres on AMC. The season starts where the last left off, with the group’s new plan of trying to find other survivors who are in need of help. However, doing good doesn’t always go according to plan, when in an effort to save a man named Logan (Matt Frewer), the plane that part of the group is traveling in crashes. Worse yet, the area may hold some new threats, including a different kind of danger posed by the walkers, as well as people who seem to be keen to keep others away. Not everyone is interested in the help the group offers.

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Advance Preview: Good Omens is a Delightfully Fresh and Entertaining Series

Good OmensTomorrow, the new six-part series, Good Omens, based on the novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, comes to Amazon Prime. The screenplay was written by Gaiman, and the show was directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

The series stars David Tennant as the demon Crowley, once called “Crawly” and the snake who originally tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, and Michael Sheen, the angel Aziraphale, original guard of the eastern gates of paradise, as unlikely friends, who after being used to all their time spent on Earth, want to stop the rise of the antichrist and the final battle between Heaven and Hell.

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Advance Preview: The Inbetween Shows Promise with Better Character Development

The InbetweenTomorrow NBC premieres its new paranormal drama The Inbetween. The series stars Harriet Dyer as Cassie Bedford, a woman who has a supernatural gift, whether she wants it or not. She has visions that allow her to see events that have occurred or ones that have yet to happen, as well as the ability to communicate with the dead and those in between life and death. Although often unpleasant, she uses her powers to help the LAPD solve crimes.

Her foster father, Tom Hackett (Paul Blackthorne), is a detective at the LAPD. When she’s not helping him and his new partner, former FBI Agent Damien Asante (Justin Cornwall), solve murder cases, she’s tending bar at her day job.

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Killing Eve - You're Mine - 5.08 - Review & Recap

Killing EveOne of the things that makes Killing Eve interesting, is that while you want Eve (Sandra Oh) and MI6 to prevail, you also don’t want Villanelle (Jodie Comer) to get captured or killed. This season with Villanelle working with MI6, it has made the lines blur more and even made it easier to forget sometimes that Villanelle is not only a coldblooded killer, but she enjoys it. The whole operation was bound to fail from the beginning, but it was a lot of fun to watch play out.

Obviously, the title of the episode, “You’re Mine,” is partially a reference to the line at the end of the episode, which we’ll get to, but it also represents the twisted and obsessive relationship between Villanelle and Eve. For the first season, most of it was in Villanelle’s head, but throughout this season, Eve’s obsession with her has continued to grow. The relationship between Villanelle and Eve has always been a strange one to say the least, but also very interesting and one of the best parts of the show.

Lately Eve has been moving ahead full force and not looking back, ignoring everyone who tries to get her to see what she’s doing, fully trusting Villanelle at this point. She sometimes seems to recognize she is behaving abnormally, but she still doesn’t stop. Before she was intrigued but also scared, however, as her obsession has grown, she has become more and more comfortable around Villanelle. After her husband left her, it only got worse, opening it up to her being less likely to hold back. Niko (Owen McDonnell) was a sort of tether for her at one point, but now that she feels she’s lost him, all bets are off.

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Advance Preview: Netflix's Black Summer is a Tense and Enjoyable Take on the Undead Genre

Black SummerTomorrow Netflix drops its new series Black Summer, a spinoff/prequel to Syfy’s Z Nation. The show takes place at the start of the zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors as they enter each other’s lives and work together to stay alive and make it to safety.

During a town-wide evacuation, Rose (Jaime King) is separated from her daughter Anna (Zoe Marlett) and must make it to the stadium to catch up with her, but she can’t do it alone. She is saved from a zombie attack by a man with secrets, Spears (Justin Chu Cary), who agrees to help her on her journey. Along the way a deaf man, Ryan (Mustafa Alabassi), and another man, Lance (Kelsey Flower), join their group.

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Advance Preview: A Discovery of Witches Revisited - A New Perspective

A Discovery of WitchesBack in January, the Sky series A Discovery of Witches came to the US via the streaming services Sundance Now, Shudder, and AMC Premiere. Because of its huge success, on Sunday night, the series makes its way to network television in the US for the first time, premiering on both AMC and BBC America simultaneously.

Based on the first book of the All Souls fantasy trilogy by the same name by Deborah Harkness, the series, which has already been renewed for a second and third season, has been adapted for television by Kate Brooke, who also executive produces.

The story takes place in a world where witches, vampires, and daemons exist alongside humans in secret and follows Diana Bishop (Teresa Palmer), a witch who has denied her heritage, never embraced her powers, and is unaware of her strength. When she successfully requests a long-lost manuscript from the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, creatures take notice. One of those creatures is vampire Matthew Clairmont (Matthew Goode), who has been looking for the book for centuries, thinking it contains information on his heritage. He explains to her that he is not the only one and warns that all the supernatural creatures will soon be after her.

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The OA Season Two: Another Mindblowing Masterpiece That You'll Want to Watch Again

***Review contains slight spoilers***

The OAFriday Netflix dropped the second season of its hit series The OA. If you thought season one was confusing, put on your thinking caps, because this one will take a few viewings at least.

It’s hard to sum up The OA. It's the kind of show that people either love or hate. Me, I'm in love. The first season was a beautifully written masterpiece. It ended so perfectly, yet fans yearned for season two, but could it stand up to the hype?

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The Walking Dead - Chokepoint - 9.13 - Review & Recap

The Walking DeadOn the latest episode of The Walking Dead, Daryl and Connie attempt to save Lydia and Henry while the Kingdom meets some new allies.

For as much as I’ve been annoyed by Henry and Lydia, I found this week’s episode to be fairly enjoyable - except for the end, but we’ll get to that.

Lately the Kingdom story hasn’t been as integral to the episodes as the rest, but this week that starts to change as the groups are merging together at the fair. It’s going to be great to see some of them back together again, at least for a while, and we at least get a taste of that.

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