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Roswell, New Mexico is out of this World
January 15th, 2019 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Roswell, New Mexico debuts on The CW tonight at 9p and you are going to want to check out this remake. Now having said that last word, I will admit I never watched the original series. Therefore, I cannot compare the two. What I can tell you is that I am already hooked on the Sci-Fi drama after watching the first three episodes.

Roswell, New Mexico is famous place because some say a UFO crashed down on the small town in 1947. The legend still exists until this day, but did it happen? Only three people know the truth and they are the aliens that grew up in the town and assimilated with the townspeople.

Liz (Jeanine Mason) left there shortly after her sister died in a drunk driving accident that killed two other girls from the town. Since that day, everyone has hated her family. Therefore, it seems strange that she would return on the 10th anniversary of that accident.

As soon as she gets home, she goes to visit her dad at the dinner that he owns. She let’s him go home early and her childhood friend, who has feelings for her, shows up. As Max (Nathan Parsons) and Liz are talking, someone shoots up the dinner in revenge for that night. Liz has been shot and Max must do something extraordinary to save her life. By doing this he has exposed himself to her, but she does not know this because she was dead at the time it happened.

The two other aliens, who came to Earth with Max, are mad at him for exposing their secret. The three of them have done everything to hide their true identities and now Max might have ruined everything. Isobel (Lily Cowles) and Michael (Michael Vlamis) have very different ways on how they want to handle the situations. Whose way will win out? Or will Max’s way be the way that works out for all of them?

Even though the three of them have been good at concealing their identity, some of the people in the town will suspect that there are aliens living amongst them. Will they be able to figure out who they are? Especially since they are getting outside help?

I recently watched three episodes of a show and still have no idea what is going on. Roswell, New Mexico’s story is clear and interesting. You want to know what happens next because within minutes you find yourself invested in these characters and the story they have to tell.

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When will Jane the Virgin and iZombie be back?
January 10th, 2019 under iZombie, Jane the Virgin, The CW. [ Comments: none ]


If you are like me, then you have been waiting for like ever to find out how Michael is still alive on Jane the Virgin. Well, now we know when the final episodes will be back. The CW announced today that it will return on a new night, Wednesday, March 27th after Riverdale. Mark your calendars because you do not want to miss how Jane’s dead husband is not dead.

That is not all they told us, DC Legends of Tomorrow will move to 8p on Mondays starting on April 1st. Arrow returns two weeks later at 9p. Also during the first week of April, the new drama In the Dark makes its debut on the 4th.

On April 30th, The 100 returns at 9p. Then two days later iZombie begins its final season at 8p. I cannot wait to see what personalities they give Liv this season.

Confused? To see the schedule, then click here!

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The CW asks it 3 freshman shows for more episodes
November 8th, 2018 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


For the first time in a long time, The CW has ordered additional episodes from all of its new shows. That means that All American (the worst new drama for me), Legacies and Charmed will be around longer than they expected. For All American and Legacies, they will only be around for 3 more episodes while Charmed will be around for 9 more bringing their totals to 16 and 22 respectively. I am surprised that the former two got more episodes because their ratings have been lackluster.

That and they still have five more shows to air. They are Roswell, In the Dark, The 100 along with the final seasons of Jane the Virgin and iZombie. That is a lot of time with just 12 hours of programming.

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Lili Reinhart and KJ Apa go all Beverly Hills, 90210 in front of Luke Perry
October 10th, 2018 under Andy Cohen, Beverly Hills 90210 / Melrose Place, The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Riverdale stars Luke Perry, Lili Reinhart And KJ Apa were on Watch What Happens Live and Andy Cohen asked the younger stars to recreate that iconic Brenda and Dylan break up scene from Beverly Hills, 90210’s second season premiere. Want to feel old? Neither of the younger two was born when that scene aired.

Anyways, how did they do? It was a valiant effort, but not as great as the original. Nothing will ever be as good as when Brenda dumped Dylan in that car on the beach.

Now let us talk about how much Apa looks like TV dad when he was on the teen drama? Isn’t it scary how much they look alike?

Finally, forgot how awesome that 90210 scene was, then click here!

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The CW is already planning for the summer!
October 9th, 2018 under The CW. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p, The CW begins their fall season with The Flash and Black Lightning, and yet today they are already announcing what we can expect from their summer lineup.

Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Masters of Illusion and Whose Line Is It Anyway will make our summer nights magical and funny all over again. They also ordered season 2 for The Outpost and the very compelling legal mystery drama Burden of Truth. Along with those 5 shows, they are importing the British drama Bulletproof.

Bulletproof is being described as, “two undercover cops, Bishop (Noel Clarke, Star Trek: Into Darkness) and Pike (Ashley Walters, Top Boy) as they chase down hardened criminals in London’s East End. But the series is more than high-octane action and thrilling cases. On the surface Bishop and Pike have a lot in common, they are cool, smart and unapologetically street-wise and tough. But even more, they share a deep, fraternal relationship and are always there for each other. However, they come from very different backgrounds and their personal motivations and emotional lives outside the police force differ as a result.”

If you have not seen Burden of Truth, I highly suggest binging it on The CW app. It is nice to see a court case play out over a season as compared to just an episode. Especially, one as interesting as the case of the town with girls who are mysteriously sick and no one knows why. Then when they find out what caused it, how to win their case and protect other people in the town from getting it too.

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