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‘The Flash’ Adds ‘Tomorrow People’ Star Peyton List as Captain Cold’s Sister

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
The CW
We weren’t surprised to see ‘The Flash’ taking care of ‘Arrow’ cousin and ‘Tomorrow People’ castoff Robbie Amell after the latter’s cancellation, but it seems yet another evolved human will make their way to Central City as well. Peyton List will appear in an upcoming 2015 episode of ‘The Flash,’ playing none other than Captain Cold’s sister, DC’s “Golden Glider.”

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5 Puts “The Sight” on New Tyrion and Sansa Teaser

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
HBO
A few weeks ago, ‘Game of Thrones’ got all our season 5 hopes up with the reveal of a new “Sight” web page designed to tease subscribers with upcoming footage. Now, the first few bits of the hotly-anticipated ‘Game of Thrones’ season 5 have landed, confirming that Tyrion and Sansa…are still alive! You know, doin’ Tyrion and Sansa stuff. Like Tyrion and Sansa do.

‘The Walking Dead’ Companion Series Set in Los Angeles, Brah

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
AMC
Uncertain though we were what to make of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ spinning off a “companion series” in 2015, we had to admit our excitement for the possibility of exploring a new corner of the zombie apocalypse. Now, the setting for the AMC monster-drama’s forthcoming spinoff has been revealed, and yes, the City of Angels has officially gone to hell. Well...further, anyway.

AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’ Gets Pensive in New Poster and Teasers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
AMC
AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’ prequel spinoff ‘Better Call Saul’ hasn’t made much of the fact that it’s title character won’t even go by that name for some time, but that hasn’t stopped the first official poster and its subsequent teasers from digging into some ‘Breaking Bad’ nostalgia. Return to the New Mexican desert and a familiar car wash with a new look at 2015's ‘Better Call Saul!’

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Up The Stakes in Their Prank War With Jimmy Kimmel

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by Kate Erbland 5 days ago
ABC
"What did John Krasinski do to me?!" Fun fact: Jimmy Kimmel and his wife live across the street from John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, which sounds lovely and fun and extraordinarily Hollywood. The Kimmels and the Krasinskis are pals! Really good ones, actually, like the kind that play pranks on each other.

‘Mad Men’ Star Christina Hendricks Joins Cameron Crowe’s Showtime ‘Roadies’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 6 days ago
AMC
It’s been years since we’ve considered the cast of AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ in the market for a new gig, but with Matthew Weiner’s period drama coming to a close after seven final episodes, one of its biggest stars is headed to a new agency. Christina Hendricks has officially joined the pilot cast of ‘Almost Famous’ creator Cameron Crowe’s Showtime ‘Roadies,’ trading Sterling-Cooper for something with a bit more edge.

Netflix’s ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Sequel Miniseries Eyes January Start

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 6 days ago
USA Films
It’s been some time since we’d heard that Netflix had potentially lined up a prequel series to David Wain and Michael Showalter’s star-studded cult classic ‘Wet Hot American Summer.’ Most of the cast has been said to show interest in a return as well, and now it seems production may move forward on a mini-series as early as January 2015.

‘Star Wars Rebels’ Sets Frank Oz to Return as Yoda

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 6 days ago
Recent weeks have seen excitement for Disney XD’s ‘Star Wars Rebels’ somewhat eclipsed by revelations of ‘The Force Awakens’ trailer, but it seems the animated series will seek to establish yet another major connection to the films. Not only will Master Yoda pop up in a future ‘Star Wars Rebels’ installment, but the character will be voiced by his original portrayer and puppeteer, Frank Oz.

Monday Morning Critic: 10 Great Shows to Binge Watch Over the Holidays

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by Ryan McGee 6 days ago
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Welcome back to another installment of the Monday Morning Critic. In this space each week, I’ll be looking at the week that was in addition to the week ahead in television. The format will shift each week, as the world of TV will dictate the form and content of each piece. In this week’s installment: two classic comedies wrap production, a TV-centric documentary provides a must-watch experience for fans of the medium, and I make some holiday bingewatching suggestions.