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  1. Have Aliens Watched Mr. Belvedere Yet? Will They Ever?

    Or, more importantly, the original Wonder Woman TV show??

    "Interstellar STIs," is a quote from this video you should watch.

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  2. CES Study Shows Millennials Prefer Netflix and Streaming TV, Surprising No Millennials Whatsoever

    Was this not something non-millennials were aware of?

    A study presented at the Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated that millennials value Netflix subscriptions more than cable or broadcast TV, which you can probably corroborate with the fact that you've watched nothing but Gilmore Girls on Netflix for the past month and actually had to pause it to write read this story.

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  3. Agents of SHIELD Recap: “Heavy is the Head”

    Science bros!

    "Heavy is the Head" was part two of the season premiere, picking up exactly where the first episode left off. Where "Shadows" was filled with lovely character moments and personal development (promising a more character-focused second season), this week's episode suffered from having to do the business. "Heavy is the Head" was heavy in the plotting, but I can forgive it. They have a whole season's worth of plot lines to set up, and I'm just glad it wasn't all crammed into the premiere.

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  4. Agents of SHIELD Recap: “Shadows”

    More like Agents of We're Finally Getting Somewhere, am I right?

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returned to our screens last night, and I'm going to be your new recapper for this season. Nice to meet you, True Believers! Let's get this started on a positive note: I already liked the premiere far better than I liked the majority of season one. Phew.

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  5. 16 Women on Television Who Challenge The Male Gaze

    Orange is the new dismantling male dominated media.

    As described in “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” Laura Mulvey’s seminal work on the objectification of women in film, the "male gaze" refers to female characters fulfilling the role of attractive, passive playthings for men. Yet many contemporary shows rebel against this model by presenting multi-layered women who demand the audience’s attention. Here are 16 characters currently on the air who do just that.

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  6. TiVo-Led Survey Says That Your Friends and Co-Workers Are Most Likely to Spoil You

    But at least time-traveling future daughters and wives have your back.

    The Internet is a treacherous place for those of us who aren't caught up on the latest episode of whatever television show everyone is talking about. According to a new survey by TiVo (hey, that's still a thing! Who knew?), though, its our friends who we should really be avoiding. Presumably so we can sit inside and watch more programs on our TiVos, I'm guessing.

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  7. The Stars of NBC’s Constantine Talk Source Material And Character Dynamics

    Cautiously Optimistic

    The 2005 film Constantine will forever have a place in my heart. It's not a great movie, but I saw it on a whim with an acquaintance I barely knew. She became my roommate and one of my dearest friends, thanks to bonding over the greatness of Tilda Swinton and the rampant silliness of the rest. Whenever I hear someone mention the on-screen version of John Constantine, I think of her, laughing all the way out of the theater. Judging by its trailer, NBC's upcoming Constantine series is an entirely different ball game. It looks properly dark and witty, and there was one visual effect that made me recoil from my keyboard ("Nana!"). By all accounts, the series hopes to win over comic fans. In a recent interview with IGN, lead actor Matt Ryan touched on just that.

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  8. Move Over, Sopranos: Game of Thrones is HBO’s Most-Watched Series To Date

    It is known

    Long may it reign.

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  9. Why You Should Watch Defiance, The Heir to Battlestar Galactica

    Essay

    June 19 marks the return of Defiance, the Syfy drama about a future Earth in which humans and various races of alien must cohabitate. In spite of being a moderate ratings success in its first season, Defiance has failed to garner the kind of critical attention it deserves. By which I mean: The people I love who love sci-fi still aren’t watching this show, and it makes me sad. It’s especially heartbreaking to see the Warehouse 13 fandom donning black armbands in preparation for the last episode and wanting to shout “Guys! There’s a place for you! And HG Wells is there and everything!” Since you have just enough time to catch up on season one, I’m here to tell you why Defiance is the new face of smart sci-fi. Just imagine I’ve got you cornered in a bar and am in that specific stage of drunk where you just want to explain how great something is.

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  10. Penny Dreadful Gets a Season Two Renewal From Showtime!

    We're happier than... well, any of the Penny Dreadful characters, really.

    Great news if you're a fan of Penny Dreadful (and you should be because it is great)! The show just got picked up for a second season according to Deadline. That means more weird terrifying literary spookiness will be had by all. We're really big fans of this show, so we're glad to see it's being kept alive.

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