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Where 'Star Trek: Discovery' Will Boldly Go After That Shocking Premiere
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[This story contains spoilers from the first two episodes of Star Trek: Discovery.] After the two-episode premiere of Star Trek: Discovery, it’s clear that the status of space is that of utter chaos. The first two hours of the CBS All Access drama introduced a new starship and its Starfleet officers, including the woman at the core of the drama, First Officer Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green). A human raised by Spock's father, Vulcan Ambassador Sarek (James Frain), Burnham is unlike any previous Star Trek character. Her point of view shifts between the logical »
- Chris E. Hayner
'Star Trek: Discovery': TV Review
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The first two episodes of Star Trek: Discovery, which premiered Sunday — the first on CBS before the launch of the second on CBS All Access — essentially established one thing for me: Sonequa Martin-Green is a star I'd gladly watch navigate from one end of the TV universe to the other.
That's a positive for Discovery, because it feels like a star vehicle to a degree well beyond the beloved franchise's normal ensemble trappings. And Martin-Green, who never really stood out for me during her long run on AMC's The Walking Dead, looks to have the intelligence, command and sheer »
- Daniel Fienberg
'Teen Wolf' Creator Explains Series Finale Ending: "This Story Isn't Over"
3 hours ago
[This story contains spoilers from the series finale of MTV's Teen Wolf.]
After a season of fighting Gerard Argent (Michael Hogan) and Tamora Monroe's (Sibongile Mlambo) reign of fear against the supernatural in Beacon Hills, Scott, Stiles (Dylan O'Brien), Lydia (Holland Roden), Derek (Tyler Hoechlin), Malia (Shelley Hennig), Chris Argent (Jr Bourne), Sheriff Stilinksi (Linden Ashby), Jackson (Colton Haynes), Ethan (Charlie Carver) and Peter Hale (Ian Bohen) won the battle for »
- Sydney Bucksbaum
'Outlander' Team Breaks Down Major Death and Surprise Return
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[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's Outlander, "All Debts Paid."]
Not only did his sadistic soldier Black Jack Randall die in the season three premiere, but in Sunday's episode, "All Debts Paid," his modern man Frank Randall also died, albeit 200 years later and in a much more heartbreaking way. Before he died in a car crash, he got into a nasty fight with Claire (Caitriona Balfe), ending in his demand for a divorce. Not surprising, »
- Sydney Bucksbaum
'American Idol': Luke Bryan Set as Second Judge
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The country music star is poised to join ABC's upcoming revival, taking a seat on the judges panel next to the previously announced Katy Perry. ABC, Fremantle and Core Media declined comment. An official announcement is expected to come soon.
Bryan was considered a logical choice back in July, when he was one of three said to be in the mix for the gig. Lionel Richie and Charlie Puth were also in consideration, with neither likely to become the third judge.
That Bryan would join American Idol makes sense given ABC's relationship with country »
- Lesley Goldberg