Advance Preview: Killjoys Season Finale Packs a Punch

Killjoys - 4.10 - "Sporemaggedon" Advance Preview

KilljoysKilljoys has really stepped it up recently as you could feel it start to move towards a resolution of the current storyline with the green, closing in on the final season. The stakes have continued to climb as the team has worked to keep the Lady from entering the Quad and threatening the fate of the universe. The season finale keeps the momentum moving right until the very end.

The final episode of the season picks up with Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) having returned from the green in Dutch’s body. The episode follows her as she brings Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and D’av (Luke Macfarlane) into the Greenspace to defeat the Lady once and for all.

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Wynonna Earp - When You Call My Name - 3.02 Review and Recap

Wynonna EarpFollowing the review is a detailed recap of the episode, including quotes. Note that there are many spoilers for episode 3.02 in both.

I was told recently in an interview by Tim Rozon, who plays Doc Holliday, that this week’s episode was one everyone would be talking about for a long time to come. Boy he was not kidding!

The main storyline through the episode was fairly dark for the show, considering a revenant (Dimitri Vantis) is running around in the woods caging up and eating humans. Stealing their voices was an interesting addition, though it’s never really clear why or how he has the power, other than he’s a revenant.

I also find his ramblings about the forest moving interesting. He sounds nuts, but the hunter that talks to Nicole (Katherine Barrell) also mentions the trails being off, so it makes me wonder if it’s something to do with Bulshar (Jean Marchand) having risen and that we may see more of this later.

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DVD Review: Counterpart: The Complete First Season - Out Now

CounterpartThe ten-episode science fiction series follows Academy Award Winner J.K. Simmons in a dual role, as Howard Silk, who has a boring desk job in a Berlin-based United Nations agency at the Office of Interchange. He works in the low-level Interface division, where he exchanges call-and-response messages with other agents behind glass. He, however, knows nothing about the purpose of his role at the agency and doesn’t ask.

He has the same routine every day, from going to the park to play Go with his friend, to going to work, to concluding with his visit to see his wife Emily (Olivia Williams) at the hospital, who has been comatose for six weeks after being struck by a car.

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Wynonna Earp: Blood Red and Going Down Post Mortem

Wynonna EarpWynonna Earp 3.01 – “Blood Red and Going Down”
 
Wynonna Earp is back! The wait is over!

The new season begins with Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) and Nicole (Katherine Barrell) outside the Pussy Willows. Waverly is worried about Wynonna and Doc since they had give away Alice, their baby.

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Advance Review: Wynonna Earp Returns for Season Three

Wynonna EarpFriday Syfy premieres the third season of its hit series Wynonna Earp with the episode, “Blood Red and Going Down.” In the episode, a bus of sexy supernatural strangers comes to Purgatory, and Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) must work to uncover what they are doing there, before it’s too late and the whole town is under their spell.

The series moves into season three in full swing. The show picks up not long after last season, with Wynonna and Doc (Tim Rozon) still missing baby Alice, but it’s all hands on deck when a group of people are murdered.

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Advance Preview: 12 Monkeys Returns Stronger Than Ever

12 MonkeysTonight Syfy’s 12 Monkeys returns for the fourth and final season, with the first three episodes. The press was given the first six to review, though this review focuses on the first three.

The show picks up where last season left off, with Cole (Aaron Stanford) and Cassie (Amanda Schull)’s son, Athan (James Callis) having been shot by Jones (Barbara Sukowa) and later killed by Olivia (Alisen Down), who it is revealed is actually The Witness.

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Advance Preview: Reverie Has Potential, But Only Time Will Tell

Reverie Advance PreviewTonight, NBC premieres its new drama, Reverie. The thriller stars Sarah Shahi as Mara Kint, a former hostage negotiator who started working as a college professor after suffering from a personal tragedy. She is asked by her old boss and former police chief, who now works security, Charlie Ventana (Dennis Haysbert), to help him with something called “Reverie.” The company he works for has created an immersive virtual-reality program in which you can live out your wildest dreams or your favorite memories. However, users have become addicted to and stuck in the program, and he needs her skills to get them back out into the real world.

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Advance Preview: The Magicians Season Three is Magical Even Without Magic

The MagiciansAt the end of season two of The Magicians, all the characters are devastated by the loss of magic after Quentin (Jason Ralph) kills Ember (Dominic Burgess). Not only has magic gone from Brakebills and all of Earth, but also from Fillory, where only creatures born with magic can still use it, which causes even more problems when the fairies take over the kingdom from Eliot (Hale Appleman) and Margo (Summer Bishil), as well as take Eliot and Fen (Brittany Curran)’s child.

Alice (Olivia Taylor Dudley) is left with a warning that the lamprey she wronged is coming after her, and Penny (Argun Gupta)’s fate is left undetermined.

The students depressingly study theoretical magic under Dean Fogg (Rick Worthy), however, there is a ray of hope when Quentin learns that Julia (Stella Maeve) can create some literal sparks of magic.

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Advance Review: Falling Water Returns Better Than Ever

Falling WaterTonight Falling Water returns to USA Network with all-new episodes for season two. Falling Water follows three unrelated people who learn they can affect reality from inside their dreams. Together they must work to stop those that wish to control and use dreaming for their own purposes.

The show picks up where it left off. Tess (Lizzie Brocheré) has escaped with her son, James, and is working to keep him safe. Meanwhile, Burton (David Ajala) focuses on trying to bring down the Firm and meet with the Woman in Red (Anna Wood), while Taka (Will Yun Lee) takes on a new murder case that could be connected to dreams.

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