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Yukon Men

by T Akery December 8th, 2016
Yukon Men follows the residents of a small Alaskan town that is struggling for survival. While only a few of its residents are showcased, you get a glimpse of what it takes to survive in such harsh conditions. The show airs on the Discovery Channel with new episodes on
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The Mindy Project

by Elizabeth Gunto December 1st, 2016
Before this review begins, let's take a moment to appreciate how awesome Mindy Kaling, the writer and star of The Mindy Project, is.  She wrote some of the sharpest episodes of the American version of The Office, and her character, the ditsy customer service rep Kelly Kapour, was one of the funniest on the show. Her book, a collection of essays called Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (And Other Concerns), is hilarious and expresses some rarely heard but widely thought
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Continuum

by Ronald A. Rowe November 22nd, 2016
Continuum is the best new show to come out of Canada since Corner Gas. And that is about the only comparison that could be made between the two shows. Corner Gas was low budget, quirky, and laugh out loud funny. Continuum, on the other hand, is none of those things. The special effects are absolutely top notch for TV, it falls solidly in the sci-fi genre, and the tone is serious.

Continuum is the story of Kiera Cameron, a police
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  • Family Guy: America’s Embarrassing Uncle

    by Elizabeth Gunto November 17th, 2016
    There's no show on television more pitted against itself, more on and off, than Family Guy. For every witty observation in an given episode of the show, there's a joke about women or minorities that would make a 1950s comedian's hair curl. Family Guy's good points, such as its mix of bizarre, hilarious non-sequiturs and unique take on American pop culture is diluted by its smug attitude and retrograde
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  • 10 Reasons to Watch the Walking Dead

    by Ronald A. Rowe November 10th, 2016
    The Walking Dead just may be the best show on television right now.  In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the comic book that inspired the AMC series, here's a list of the top 10 reasons it should be on the top of your DVR watch list.

    #10 It’s like a zombie movie that never ends.  You know how at the end of a really good movie you wish for
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  • The Booth at the End

    by James Maynard November 3rd, 2016
    The Booth at the End is an original series created by Hulu in the spirit of The Twilight Zone.

    In this series, an unnamed man (Xander Berkeley, 24) sits at a booth in a diner. As people come into the restaurant, they sit with him, telling him their greatest desire. “The Man” makes deals with the people who ask for his help. In return for granting their wishes, The Man
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