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Shonda Rhimes' MVPs: The ladies continue to reign supreme

Despite the lack of Scandal crazy on Thursday night, Shonda Rhimes kept us entertained with Grey’s Anatomy and the two-hour season finale of How to Get Away with Murder. With Dr. Shepherd—Amelia Shepherd (Caterina Scorsone), that is—preparing to save Dr. Herman’s (Geena Davis) life and finally discovering who was really behind Lila Stangard’s (Megan West) murder, TGIT had fans on a roller coaster of emotions.

This week the ladies continued to be the key players, standing up for themselves and doing what they believe is right. Both Amelia Shepherd and Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King) stood their ground last night, refusing to buckle for anyone.

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'X-Files' Fridays: Look who's holding the door

Season 1 | Episode 5 | “The Jersey Devil” | Aired Oct 8, 1993

It’s been over two decades since The X-Files made its debut, but the series is as relevant as ever, and with talk of a revival in the air, there’s no better time to revisit it—or to discover it for the first time. Community assistant editors Andrea Towers, who watched in its original run, and Kelly Connolly, who was introduced to the show last summer, will be here each week to talk it out. Next up, Scully has a date.

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'Buffy' nostalgia recap: The Scoobies leave their old selves behind

Season 3 | Episode 21 | “Graduation Day (Part 1)” | Aired May 18, 1999

For those of us who don’t spend our free time fighting evil and saving the world, graduation is a turning point. It’s one of those symbolic, “everything-is-different-now” days when we leave behind something familiar and journey off toward something new and maybe a little scary. For Buffy and the Scoobies, Graduation Day (Part 1)” was the time for saying goodbye to the old and hello to the new. They had to get most of the big moments in during Part 1 because by Part 2, with all of its action and violence and evil Slaying, there wouldn’t be time for much else.

Each of the core Scoobies has a big, game-changing moment in “Graduation Day (Part 1).” Part 2 might be the now-or-never moment for the world, but before the big battle goes down, everyone has to embrace a never-before-unleashed side of themselves. The threat of the world ending can help show you who you really are, and sometimes a little panicking is for the best.Read More

'Parenthood' nostalgia recap: An abundance of riches

Season 1 | Episode 4 | “Whassup” | Aired Mar 23, 2010

There are three things I was reminded of from watching this old episode of Parenthood. Crosby was a total playah pre-Jasmine and Jabbar; Zeek—in his healthier days—was funny (like, really funny); and Adam and Kristina used to acknowledge Haddie. But before I get to Crosby’s hidden panties and Zeek’s masturbation expertise (but really), let’s do something no one ever did in the second half of this series. Let’s talk about Haddie.

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5 reasons you missed out on 'Transporter: The Series'

TNT’s Transporter: The Series is driving home in March. If you didn’t know that, it’s probably because you’re one of the many people who missed the Chris Vance-led film spin off when it burned up the small screen this fall.

With jaw-dropping action, laugh-out-loud humor, and a leading-man performance from Vance, Transporter is the best show you haven’t watched yet.

Now, here are five reasons why you absolutely need to take the ride when the DVD set arrives next month.Read More

'Spartacus: Blood and Sand' nostalgia recap: Blood and honor

Season 1 | Episode 1 | “The Red Serpent” | Aired Jan 22, 2010

When the promos for Spartacus first started showing, they promised a blood soaked historical drama in the vein of 300. And while Steven S. DeKnight’s (Buffy, Angel, the upcoming Daredevil) show does owe a certain visual ode to Zack Snyder’s film, it slowly but confidently becomes its own bloody, profane, yet emotionally powerful take on the Spartacus legend. So hold on to your binge-watching seats, because this is going to be an intense ride!

From its opening sequence, you know this is not going to pull any punches in terms of visceral thrills. In fact, like the gladiator matches it depicts, the show’s style and tone goes all-out with pretty much everything. It’s a great place to start—the holding cells of the arena in Capua and a closeup of Spartacus (the late, great Andy Whitfield) as he listens to the roars of the crowd. This shot introduces us to him and to this brutal ancient world.Read More

CLEAR LISTS

Podcast: 'Clear Lists, Full Drafts, Can't Lose,' episode 22—Roundtable

Welcome to episode 22 of Clear Lists, Full Drafts, Can’t Lose, the only podcast for fantasy television drafts! Forget fantasy football—join us for fantasy TV.

This week, we break format to have a roundtable discussion. That’s right—no lists, no drafts, just lots of talking. Brooke, Joey, and I are joined by Community Contributor Tamar Barbash to discuss shows that ended too soon—and others that went on too long.Read More

'The Slap' fan recap: Anouk about town

Season 1 | Episode 3 | “Anouk” | Aired Feb 26, 2015

This week, The Slap takes a break from the all the angry yelling, legal, plotting, and child-bashing to delve into the life of Anouk, a character who is far too interesting to be hanging out with the rest of these people.

After Anouk and her sorta-boyfriend Jamie leave Hector’s party that fateful afternoon, Anouk’s very first thought is to question why anyone would want to be in a relationship, let alone have children (and after three episodes of this show, I’m inclined to agree). She and Jamie agree that Hector and Connie definitely have something going on, and if they haven’t slept together already, they will soon.

Anouk tells Jamie she has too much work to do and he shouldn’t come over … but of course he does anyway. As much as she doesn’t want to admit it, Anouk is seriously falling for him.Read More

Atom Firestorm Canary Captain Cold CW Spinoff

Poll: Which DC superheroes do you want to see on an 'Arrow'/'Flash' spinoff?

News broke earlier today that The CW is planning on releasing another DC Comics based superhero show. This show, if it goes to series, will take place in the same universe as Arrow and The Flash. That means that actors and characters we have seen on those two shows could cross over to the new drama.

Deadline reported earlier today that three initial characters are being eyed for the series: Ray Palmer/The Atom (Brandon Routh), Leonard Snart/Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller), and Professor Martin Stein/Firestorm (Victor Garber). Caity Lotz, who previously played Sara Lance/Black Canary on Arrow, is also rumored for the project.Read More

'Mom' fan react: Welcome to the danger zone

Season 2 | Episode 15 | “Turkey Meatballs and a Getaway Car” | Aired Feb 26, 2015

EW Community contributors are chatting about each new episode of Mom. Here are Tamar Barbash, Sundi Rose Holt, and Julia Alexander’s thoughts about this week’s funny but poignant “Turkey Meatballs and a Getaway Car.”

Tamar: Okay, let’s dive in.

Sundi: I despise Christy’s relationship with Gabriel. It is such weakness. Not to say I hate weakness, but he seems beneath her at this point.Read More

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