Teen Wolf S4E2 - "117" Recap

Young Derek is having trouble controlling his transformation. Young Peter tells him to hold an object with the triskelion on it and chant, "Alpha, Beta, Omega."

Jumping forward, Kate is also having trouble with her werejaguar transformation in a gas station restroom. Unable to control it and with anyone there to help her, she ends up attacking the man who works at the station.

The gang brings young Derek to Dr. Deaton. He doesn't have any clue what's happening so for now, they just have to wait until he wakes up before figuring out what to do next. Lydia decides to stay and look after him and Stiles objects, not wanting to leave her but Scott drags him off.

Scott arrives home and finds his dad waiting for him. He stays there when Scott's mother is working a night shift. Agent McCall is trying to have some father-son bonding but things are still awkward and slightly tense.

Deaton finds that young Derek's pulse is unusually fast and he tries cutting him and finds that he is healing unusually fast. Young Derek wakes up, confused, and attacks Deaton before running out.

Stiles tells Scott about his relationship with Malia, which has come out of completely nowhere. He feels guilty about not telling her that Peter is her birth father. But Malia already has enough to worry about, like catching up in school.

Scott and Stiles are called to Deaton's place. The working theory is that Derek isn't just physically younger, but has no memories of his older life. They rightfully assume he'll try going back to his house since he wouldn't remember the fire. He goes and finds it torn down. Police officers show up to tell him he is trespassing. Things get violent and then they tase him.

Young Derek is brought into the police station. They check his fingerprints and only the older photo of Derek comes up. Sheriff Stilinski comes in and somehow manages to realise that it is Derek, without fully understanding why or how. It's then that Scott and Stiles show up and help fill in the blanks, but not before he asks if time travelling is real.

Scott and Stiles tell young Derek what has happened and convince him to lay low while they figure out how to return him to normal. Scott chooses to lie about the fate of his family but feels tremendous guilt about it.

Lydia and Kira pull up to get gas but when Kira realises that Lydia's car doesn't actually need gas, Lydia has already found a dead body and it's the man Kate had attacked at the beginning of the episode. The scene looks like something straight out of Saw.

Malia shows up to accompany Scott while he talks with Peter. She says he'll be better protected with her there. Peter is meeting his daughter for the first time but she has no idea why Peter is so amazed to see her, momentarily at least. They have a bit of a sass-off and then Peter learns about Kate coming back to life.

Young Derek and Stiles have dinner with Agent McCall and Stiles is awkwardly trying to keep McCall from learning that Derek isn't actually his cousin from Mexico and Derek from learning the fate of his family. Unfortunately, Derek learns the truth about his family. Derek wants to speak to Scott so Stiles leaves him alone for a moment, promising to call scott. But true to form, Kate arrives and steals him away.

Peter is able to figure out that Kate changing Derek to that age is because he both knew and trusted her at that age. After learning about and receiving photos of the gas station murder, Peter informs the group that Kate wants the triskelion to help her control her transformation. Derek takes Kate to the vault under the school and Peter, Malia, and Scott are following after them. But they run into a new type of monster to face: Berzerkers. Peter pulls Malia back from fighting, saying that with there being only one right now, they can actually get out of there alive. They take off running while Derek recovers the Triskelion. More Bezerkers show up and Scott and Malia are cornered.

Peter gets to Kate and Derek, telling her that the Triskelion doesn't have powers and was merely something for Derek to focus on, like training wheels. Young Derek hears Scott fighting the Berzerkers and runs off to help. Stiles and Lydia arrive, with Stiles wielding a baseball bat. Finally, Kira joins the fight, katana in hand. Kira ends up knocked down quickly but then Derek comes and begins fighting the two Berzerkers.

Peter is still explaining to Kate that Derek gave up using the Triskelion when he learned to use anger to control himself. He challenges Kate to get angry but then smoke bombs are thrown down into the vault. Kate gets away and Derek begins to transform back into his normal self while still fighting the Berzerkers. A roar is heard and the Berzerkers follow after it. Derek is an adult again but his wolf eyes are now gold instead of blue.

Someone goes into the vault while Peter is still incapacitated from the smoke. He tells them to wait as they make off with a briefcase full of bearer bonds. Stiles and Lydia arrive and ask how much was stolen. Peter says it was $117 million.

Teen Wolf airs on Mondays on MTV at 10PM.


Beauty and the Beast S2E21 - "Operation Fake Date" Recap

Vincent and Cat are dressed in disguises: a platinum blonde wig, baby carriage, and moustache. They meet with Knox, who says he can only get Vincent's murder charges dropped if he turns himself in to police to keep up appearances.

Tess and Gabe run into Cat's old high school friend Beth, the reporter who has been trying to track down Cat and Vincent. She's also been in touch with Gabe, who wants her to write a story that exposes Vincent.

Cat decides on a course of action: tell Gabe to call Beth off and then Vincent will turn himself in. He agrees to do it only if she goes on a date with him and be open to the possibility of getting back together. Vincent is unhappy to learn this part of the deal but he can't exactly control what Cat does. Cat asks Heather to help him with the speech he'll be giving at the press conference when he surrenders, since she is a working publicist and it will keep his mind busy while she is on her date.

Vincent wants to trail Cat and Gabe but JT and Heather tell him it's a bad idea. He wants to go anyway until JT pulls out a tranquilliser gun, threatening to shoot him if he steps out.

Gabe has taken Cat to a cake decorating class. He keeps trying to apologise and Cat has to pretend to be "open" through the whole thing. At the end of it all, Gabe drops Cat off and once inside, she tells the group how the fake date went. Gabe realises that he has her cake instead of his and goes up to the apartment to bring it to her but he overhears everything.

Vincent gives his press conference and during it, Beth asks about his altered DNA and the super soldier experiments. Cat realises that Gabe overheard her talk about playing him and that he has gone back on the agreement about calling off Beth. Vincent privately tells Knox that the questions were true and that he needs to be put in a solitary cell.

Cat invites Beth to Heather's bachelorette party to give her all the facts. He explains how Gabe is the spurned ex and that trying to keep Vincent incarcerated is just a ploy so he can get her back. Tess also says that Gabe kidnapped Heather. Heather is mad that she tries to bring it up on her special night.

Vincent is taken from Knox's custody and he is given some tests. Vincent thinks the men running the tests work for Knox but Knox thinks that Vincent has escaped custody. Eventually, he realises they're not working for Knox. He gets into another room and finds a surveillance feed of Gabe's apartment where Cat has just showed up. Vincent is furious, beasts out, and is tranquillised. Cat and Gabe argue. Cat says that Gabe is to blame for Vincent being taken and Gabe throws a whiny entitled-male speech about knowing and wanting what's best for her. The fight escalates and becomes physical. Cat unleashes a can of whoop-ass and then it's lights out for Gabe. It doesn't look like she hit him hard enough to kill but he's not looking so good.

Vincent convinces his captors to let him go temporarily to "take care of" Gabe for them, since he deduces that they're planning on killing him anyway. He gets to Gabe's apartment and finds Cat trying to revive him. Cat says that Gabe doesn't have a pulse and Vincent decides to help, for Cat's sake. JT arrives, since Cat called him, and Vincent also uses his doctor skills to figure out what's wrong with him. He wasn't dead, but close to it. Vincent comforts Cat, reassuring her it's okay for her to lose her cool sometimes and that it's not her responsibility to fix everyone's problems.

Beth makes up with Tess and Heather and admits that she was in fact traumatised by her first Beast encounter and decides against writing a piece on Beasts.

Vincent gets a call from Knox saying that he's been exonerated thanks to the agents who had let him go from their initial captivity. It's still unknown who exactly they are. Cat and JT warn Gabe that if he tries to do anything to ruin how good things are now, she will expose everything he has done, including kidnapping Heather. She also tells him the good man she once knew is gone.

Vincent takes Knox to the room where he had been held and they find that it is empty. He has a flashback in which he realises they took a vial of his blood while he was passed out.

Tess and JT go to check on Gabe and find that he has injected himself with Beast serum and run off into the night.

Cat has started reading the journal of a woman who once had been involved with her own beast but she had to kill them. Vincent distracts her from it with sexy bonding.

Gabe meets with Beth, whom he had promised to give the serum to. He says he doesn't have it and she says she isn't going to do the story anyway. She says she doesn't believe Beasts exist and he says they do, and that tomorrow, everyone will believe it too. She asks what that means and he Beasts out, ripping her heart out.

Beauty and the Beast airs on Mondays on the CW at 9PM.


Sleepy Hollows Comic is coming from Boom Studios!

Sleepy Hollow comics are coming! Remember the visual teaser that Boom Studios put out last week? The same one above, well it was indeed a tease of the new Sleepy Hollow Comic!

Many of you guessed it was tied to Fox's SLEEPY HOLLOW television show, and you are right! 

Come this October from BOOM! Studios, we will launch a four-issue limited SLEEPY HOLLOW limited series. The writer is Marguerite Bennett (who was recently announced as the writer on Archaia's BUTTERFLY series, and has also written Batman: Joker's Daughter and other comics for DC) and the artist is Jorge Coelho (he drew Max Bemis' critically acclaimed POLARITY last year). Jorge drew the image above, which is the first issue's Retailer Incentive cover. The main cover is illustrated by Phil Noto. See below:

A more formal press release on our SLEEPY HOLLOW comics will follow in mid-September.


SEE NO EVIL 2 Coming Fall 2014

Lionsgate & WWE Studios

Available On Demand, Digital HD, DVD & Blu Ray This Fall

SYNOPSIS | Jacob Goodnight (WWE superstar “Kane”) fell to his apparent demise from high atop the Blackwell Hotel in See No Evil, and this terrifying sequel picks up where the last one left off. With Jacob's body lying on a cold sub-basement slab in the city morgue, Amy (Danielle Harris), a mortician, is surprised when a group of friends pay her a late-night visit for her birthday. But the surprise soon turns deadly when the psychopath everyone believed to be dead sets-out on a horrific killing spree, and Amy and her friends must do whatever it takes to survive.  See No Evil 2 is directed by the notorious Soska sisters.

ABOUT THE SOSKA SISTERS | Canadian identical twin sister writing and directing duo, Jen and Sylvia Soska, known as the "Twisted Twins", first broke onto the scene with their DIY love letter to Grindhouse filmmaking, DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK. The film quickly grew into an award winning, critically acclaimed, cult classic sensation, even getting the attention of director Eli Roth (HOSTEL). The Twins followed up their break through indie gem with the accomplished and genre defining AMERICAN MARY that placed horror icon KATHARINE ISABELLE in the title role of Mary Mason, a medical student who gets drawn into the world of body modification and underground surgeries.

This year, the Soska Sisters are bringing new life to SEE NO EVIL 2 where they resurrect the WWE Studios franchise with WWE Superstar Glenn "Kane" Jacobs who is reprising his role as Jacob Goodnight. The film will also mark the first time that Scream Queens Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle appear together on screen. The Twins will be part of the all star director line up on ABCs of Death 2 in a segment that will both shock audiences and be destined for cult status. They will also join the most celebrated female voices in horror of all time in the first ever all female horror director anthology, XX, alongside industry legends Mary Harron, Jennifer Chambers Lynch, Jovanka Vuckovic, and Karyn Kusama which will be a defining moment in horror history.


Celebrate Nocturnals 20th Anniversary with Creator Dan Brereton at LongBeach Comic Con

Celebrate Nocturnals 20th Anniversary with Creator Dan Brereton at
the Long Beach Comic Con

Hero Initiative and Eisner-Nominated creator Brereton mark historic anniversary, September 27-28, 2014

Long Beach, CA (June 30, 2014) – Long Beach Comic Con and the Hero Initiative will host Eisner-nominated creator Dan Brereton to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nocturnals, September 27 and 28 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

Debuted in 1994, Nocturnals offered a brand new take on the growing noir comics genre, with Evening, AKA Halloween Girl, a young girl growing up in a spooky-noir world, populated by a colorful group of night creatures steeped in crime and the supernatural, spawning a hybrid genre.

“Back in '94, I was sure (male) comics readers were going to hate Evening. An 8-year-old girl hero was the antithesis of trendy in comics at the time—namely buxom gals carrying huge guns, and big guys with even bigger guns. The readers happily proved me wrong,” said Brereton.

Brereton will host a panel celebrating the 20th anniversary of Nocturnals at Long Beach Comic Con. Brereton chose to celebrate the Nocturnals’ anniversary at Long Beach Comic Con because of the kinship he feels with the show. There will be a limited number of Dan Brereton’s Nocturnals Hero Initiative tickets available on the Long Beach Comic Con website. Tickets offer a chance for fans to pick the Nocturnals sketch they would like Dan to draw.

“The Long Beach show is a fun, unique and terrific show, the perfect place to celebrate a unique series and characters I've enjoyed doing for so long.”

“We are very excited to partner with Dan and the Hero Initiative to celebrate this ground-breaking series,” said Phil Lawrence, co-founder and sales director of Long Beach Comic Con.

The tales featured in the Nocturnals books are unique for having a dark edge tempered with a colorful cast fans can warm to. “It was always meant to be gritty but fun. All ages. I wanted to make a contemporary comic book harkening back to the pulp era of Dashiell Hammett and HP Lovecraft, with a Bradbury Halloween flavor. This was an untested concept at the time, which seems strange to say now. Nocturnals never gets old for me. I want to tell their story for the next two decades."

This year, NOCTURNALS: LEGENDS will be released in the Fall, a hardcover volume written in the character's voices, packed with artwork compiled from 20 years worth of pin- ups, covers, character portraits and more- much of it has never seen in print before now. LEGENDS will kick off a new series of Nocturnals adventures from Brereton. “I'm going back to their world in my mind and in my studio all the time—I can visit them any time I like. But the readers and fans of Nocturnals are asking for more stories, and I really want to deliver."

Enjoy an exciting weekend full of exceptional guests and exhibitors, and engaging panels, at Long Beach Comic Con, Saturday, September 27 from 10:00 am - 6:00 pmand Sunday, September 28 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm at the Long Beach Convention Center. Tickets are available now through the website: www.longbeachcomiccon.com.

Follow Long Beach Comic Con on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and information.

About Long Beach Comic Con
Celebrating its sixth year, Long Beach Comic Con offers fun for everyone with panels, artist alley, kids programming and more Saturday, September 27 andSunday, September 28, 2014. Long Beach Comic Con is a true comic convention, focused on creating a unique experience that both fans and exhibitors in the Long Beach, Anaheim, and Los Angeles areas will enjoy. To learn more and purchase tickets, please visitwww.longbeachcomiccon.com


Tune-In For AMC's DEAD, WHITE AND BLUE Weekend Featuring THE WALKING DEAD Marathon And A Sneak Peek Of SEASON 5






FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Celebrate summer with AMC’s “Dead, White and Blue” Weekendfrom Friday, July 4 through Sunday, July 6.  All weekend long AMC will air a special marathon of its award-winning drama The Walking Dead, the #1 show on television among Adults 18-49.  All four seasons of the hit series will air back-to-back beginning Friday, July 4 at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT, and also include a first look at the highly anticipated fifth season.  The sneak peek will post to AMC.comfollowing air.  The marathon weekend culminates with a Talking Dead Season 5 Preview Special, hosted by Chris Hardwick, on Sunday, July 6 at 9:00pm ET/PT featuring The Walking Dead showrunner and executive producer Scott M. Gimple and actress Aisha Tyler.  The fifth season ofThe Walking Dead premieres this October.

Fans can also check out two new documentaries about The Walking Dead, produced by Big Machine for AMC Studios, which feature all-new behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the cast and producers from the set in Atlanta:

·         Inside The Walking Dead – Tuesday, July 8 at 10:00pm ET/PT
This one-hour documentary will showcase how this remarkable series is made. The executive producers will discuss the process of mapping out the show and viewers will hear from all of the key production departments – from production design and special effects to costumes and makeup – about their role in crafting the world of The Walking Dead.

·         Inside The Walking Dead: Walker University Tuesday, July 15 at 10:00pm ET/PTAMC’s second doc will follow the journey from extra to walker. Viewers will learn that there is much more to becoming part of the living dead than just make-up, and will get an inside perspective on the choreography, acting and motivation behind each zombie, including a look at what takes place at The Walking Dead’s own Zombie School.

The Walking Dead is based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics. The series tells the story of the months and years after a zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors, led by sheriff Rick Grimes, who travel in search of a safe and secure home. The Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Melissa McBride, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green. The series is executive produced by Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, David Alpert and Tom Luse.

Talking Dead, AMC’s live after show that serves as a platform for discussion on The Walking Dead, is produced by Embassy Row and executive produced by Michael Davies, Jennifer Kelly Patton and Brandon Monk.

About AMC
Whether commemorating favorite films from every genre and decade, or creating acclaimed original programming, AMC brings to its audience something deeper, something richer, Something More. The network reigns as the only cable network in history ever to win the Emmy® Award for Outstanding Drama Series four years in a row, and boasts the most-watched drama series in basic cable history with The Walking Dead.  AMC’s original drama series include Mad Men, Breaking Bad, The Walking DeadHell on Wheels, Turn, Halt and Catch Fire and the forthcoming Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul. AMC also explores authentic worlds with bold characters through its slate of unscripted original series like Comic Book Men, Small Town Security, Talking Dead, Game of Arms andFreakshow. AMC is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc. and its sister networks include IFC, Sundance Channel, and WE tv. AMC is available across all platforms, including on-air, online, on demand and mobile. AMC: Something More.


On 7/15, HELL ON WHEELS: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON Steams Into Storesfrom eOne

 "AMC rolls out another winner with Hell on Wheels
-New York Daily News (4 stars)

"One of the most ambitious, masterful TV westerns of this 
or any other day"
-Calgary Herald

"On a fast track to becoming one of the best shows on TV"
-Sioux City Journal

"Unforgiven meets Glory in this grimy post-Civil War Western series"
In Touch Magazine



Street Date: July 15, 2014
Blu-ray/DVD srp: $49.98/$39.98

A Look at Season 3: Inside Hell on Wheels


Credited for helping to modernize the Western genre, Hell on Wheels follows former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), whose quest for vengeance has led him to the Union Pacific's westward construction of the first transcontinental railroad. Reigning as one of AMC's highest rated shows, this award-winning series is episodic TV at its finest. Before Season 4 premieres on August 2nd, home viewers can catch up on all the frontier action and drama with HELL ON WHEELS: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD this July, only from Entertainment One.
Hell on Wheels tells the epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on a soldier who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who killed his wife. Cullen's journey takes him west to Hell on Wheels, a dangerous, raucous, lawless melting pot town that travels with and services the construction of the railroad. In Season 3, following the Indian attack that destroyed the railroad settlement, Cullen spends a long winter reshaping his lust for revenge into a burning ambition: to take control of the Union Pacific and drive it across the country.

The lavishly-produced series documents the railroad's engineering and construction, as well as institutionalized corruption, the immigrant experience and the plight of emancipated African-Americans during Reconstruction. Chronicling this turning point in our nation's history, the fan-favorite series shows how uncivilized the business of civilization can be. 

Hell on Wheels is produced by leading independent studio, Entertainment One Television and Nomadic Pictures.

  • Anson Mount (Non-StopSafeCook County)
  • Common (Smokin' Aces, Wanted, Now You See Me)
  • Colm Meany (Law Abiding Citizen, Parked, Layer Cake)
  • Christopher Heyerdahl (The Twilight Saga, "True Blood", "Sanctuary")
  • Jennifer Ferrin ("The Following", "The Cape")
  • Robin McLeavy (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter)
  • Ben Esler (The Pacific)
  • Phil Burke ("Mercy")
  • Kasha Kropinski (Fame)
  • Dohn Norwood (Bruce Almighty)  
  • A Look at Season 3
  • Where Season 2 Left Off
  • Set Tour with Common
  • Behind the Music Featurettes
  • Ten "Inside the Episodes" Featurettes 

Type: BD/DVD (3 Discs)
Catalog #:  (BD) EOE-BD-7545/(DVD) EOE-DV-7544
Running Time:  429 minutes + extras
Genre:  TV/Western
Aspect Ratio:  (BD) 1080p High Definition/(DVD) 16x9 (1.78:1)
Audio:  (BD) DTS-HD Master Audio/(DVD) 5.1 Surround Sound
Language:  English w/SDH subtitles

For the latest breaking news on HELL ON WHEELS and other releases, follow Entertainment One on Twitter:http://twitter.com/eOneHomeVideo


First Ever WBTV/DC ENTERTAINMENT Night Featuring World PremiereOf @GOTHAM at SDCC along with offeringsof @CW_Arrow @NBCConstantine @CW_TheFlash


DC Comics Fans Get Ready for the Only Comic-Con Screening of Gotham, a
Complete Pilot Screening of The Flash, Plus Exclusive Footage
From Constantine and Season Three of Arrow

Twitter Pitch: Get ready, @DCComics fans! @Gotham, @CW_TheFlash, @NBCConstantine, @CW_Arrow = an epic @Comic_Con Sat nite: http://bit.ly/Tx7ESY #WBSDCC

BURBANK, Calif. (June 30, 2014) — Get ready for a spectacular Saturday night at Comic-Con 2014, courtesy of Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) and DC Entertainment (DCE). For the first time ever at SDCC, WBTV and DCE will present a three-hour special event on Saturday night, July 26, designed specifically for DC Comics fans and featuring some of DC Comics’ greatest characters. Kicking off the exclusive evening is the world premiere public screening of the highly anticipated new drama series Gotham (the only screening of Gotham at this year’s Comic-Con), followed by a screening of the complete pilot of new action-drama The Flash, and exclusive video presentations from returning hit Arrow and new thriller Constantine. Cast members and producers from all four shows will make special appearances throughout the night.

  • Gotham World Premiere: For the first time ever, DC Comics fans will enter the dangerous and compelling world of Gotham with a screening of the pilot episode, followed by an appearance by the cast and producers.

  • The Flash Pilot Screening: Following a full-length screening of The Flash pilot, cast and producers will stop running long enough to take the stage.

  • Constantine Exclusive Footage: The enigmatic John Constantine makes his television debut at Comic-Con with footage from the upcoming series, and fans will be treated to a visit from the cast and creative team.

  • Arrow Season Three: Arrow returns to Comic-Con with never-before-seen teaser footage from the upcoming third season followed by cast and producers taking on fans’ most pointed questions.

Additional WBTV Comic-Con 2014 panels will be announced in the near future. For additional information about WBTV activities at Comic-Con, please follow us on Twitter at @warnerbrostv and join in the conversation by using hashtag #WBSDCC, or visit http://comiccon.thewb.com.

About Gotham
Before there was Batman, there was Gotham. The origin story of some of DC Comics greatest Super-Villains and vigilantes, this one hour drama follows Detective Jim Gordon’s rise to power in a dangerously corrupt city that would spawn iconic characters such as The Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler and a young Bruce Wayne. Airing Mondays at 8/7c this fall on FOX, Gotham stars Ben McKenzie (Southland), Donal Logue (Vikings), Sean Pertwee (Elementary), Robin Lord Taylor (The Walking Dead), Erin Richards (Being Human), David Mazouz (Touch), Camren Bicondova, Zabryna Guevara (Burn Notice), Cory Michael Smith (Camp X-Ray), Victoria Cartagena (The Good Wife), Andrew Stewart-Jones (Person of Interest) and Jada Pinkett Smith (The Matrix films). Bruno Heller (The Mentalist, Rome) wrote the Gotham pilot, which was directed by Danny Cannon (Nikita). Heller, Cannon and John Stephens (Gossip Girl) are executive producers of the series, which is based on the characters from DC Comics and is a production of Warner Bros. Television. Become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GOTHAMonFOX, and follow the show on Twitter at @Gotham.

About The Flash
This lightning-paced super hero drama follows the high-speed adventures of the Fastest Man Alive. After an unexpected accident with a Particle Accelerator, police scientist and everyday guy Barry Allen finds himself suddenly charged with the ability to move at incredible speeds, which he uses to help the people of Central City. Premiering October 7 and airing Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW, The Flash stars Grant Gustin (Arrow, Glee), Candice Patton (The Game), Rick Cosnett (The Vampire Diaries), Danielle Panabaker (Friday the 13th), Carlos Valdes, with Tom Cavanagh (Ed, Scrubs) and Jesse L. Martin (Law & Order). John Wesley Shipp (The Flash [1990]) guest stars. Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Green Lantern), Andrew Kreisberg (Arrow, Fringe) and DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns wrote The Flash pilot, which was directed by David Nutter (Arrow, Game of Thrones, Smallville). Berlanti, Kreisberg, Nutter and Sarah Schechter (upcoming Peter Pan feature film) are executive producers of The Flash, which is based upon the characters from DC Comics and is produced by Bonanza Productions, Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television. Become a fan of The Flash on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CWTheFlash, and follow the show on Twitter at @CW_TheFlash.

About Constantine
John Constantine is a man waging war against the forces of darkness — from both within himself and the outside world. An irreverent con-man and occult expert, he doesn’t come down on the side of either good or evil…but ultimately might be the only thing defending us against the dark forces from beyond. Premiering October 24Constantine will air Fridays at 10/9c on NBC and stars Matt Ryan (The Tudors) as John Constantine, Charles Halford (True Detective) as Chas and Harold Perrineau (Lost) as Manny. Based on the characters from DC Comics and produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television, Constantine is executive produced by Daniel Cerone (Dexter, The Mentalist) and David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight trilogy). Neil Marshall (The Descent) directed the pilot from a teleplay by Cerone and story by Cerone & Goyer. Become a fan ofConstantine at www.facebook.com/Constantine and follow the show on Twitter at @NBCConstantine.

About Arrow
After being gone for five years, during which time he suffered unimaginable ordeals, billionaire Oliver Queen returned home to Starling City with a mysterious agenda and a new set of skills that he uses in a war on crime in this hard-hitting action series. Returning for its third season October 8,Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW. Starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, with John Barrowman and Paul Blackthorne,Arrow was developed and is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. Based upon the characters from DC Comics, Arrow is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television. Become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CWArrow, and follow the show on Twitter at @CW_Arrow.


Summary descriptions for the episodes 3, 4, and 5 of True Blood!


            Episode #73: “Fire in the Hole”
            Debut: SUNDAY, JULY 6 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
            Other HBO playdates: July 6 (11:30 p.m.2:00 a.m.), 7 (11:30 p.m.), 8 (12:15 a.m.), 9 (8:00 p.m.12:35 a.m.) and 11 (midnight)
            HBO2 playdates: July 7 (9:00 p.m.), 10 (4:20 a.m.), 12 (9:00 p.m.) and 13 (8:00 p.m.)
            Sookie (Anna Paquin) hatches a dangerous plan to take down the H-Vamps, even as Vince (Brett Rickaby) and his armed vigilantes pose an equally serious threat. Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) gets high with James (Nathan Parsons); Jason (Ryan Kwanten) eyes a family future with Violet (Karolina Wydra); Willa (Amelia Rose Blaire) is forced to find a new place to stay; Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) sheds her past. Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) offers Eric (Alexander SkarsgĂ„rd) a compelling reason to return to Louisiana – and be the vampire he used to be.
            Written by Brian Buckner; directed by Lee Rose.

            Episode #74: “Death Is Not the End”
            Debut: SUNDAY, JULY 13 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
            Other HBO playdates: July 13 (11:30 p.m.2:00 a.m.), 14 (11:15 p.m.), 15 (12:15 a.m.), 16 (8:00 p.m.12:30 a.m.) and 18 (midnight)
            HBO2 playdates: July 14 (9:00 p.m.), 17 (3:40 a.m.), 19 (9:00 p.m.), 20 (8:00 p.m.) and 31 (3:00 a.m.)
            In the aftermath of yet another bloodbath, Sam (Sam Trammell), Sookie and Jason find themselves the bearers of bad news in Bon Temps and beyond. Pam recalls the events that led her and Eric to Shreveport and Fangtasia. Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) get nourishment from unexpected sources. Following a new lead, Sookie enlists a band of vampires and humans to track down the H-Vamps.
            Written by Daniel Kenneth; directed by Gregg Fienberg.

            Episode #75: “Lost Cause”
            Debut: SUNDAY, JULY 20 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
            Other HBO playdates: July 20 (11:30 p.m.2:00 a.m.), 21 (10:30 p.m.), 22 (midnight), 23 (8:00 p.m.12:30 a.m.) and 25 (midnight)
            HBO2 playdates: July 21 (9:00 p.m.), 24 (2:00 a.m.), 26 (9:00 p.m.), 27 (8:00 p.m.) and 31 (4:00 a.m.)
            Exhausted from her recent travails, Sookie finds herself the unwilling host of a festive mainstreaming party in Bon Temps. In search of an elusive adversary, Eric and Pam head to Dallas and attend a gala fundraiser. Andy (Chris Bauer) makes a life-changing decision; Jessica and James reach a crossroads; Bill loses himself in remembrance of human days.
            Written by Craig Chester; directed by Howie Deutch.

            TRUE BLOOD was created by Alan Ball; based on the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris; executive producers, Alan Ball, Brian BucknerGregg Fienberg and Angela Robinson; co-executive producer, Howard Deutch; supervising producer, Kate Barnow; producers, David Auge and Bruce Dunn; co-producers, Christina Jokanovich, Ronald Cosmo Vecchiarelli and Sunday Stevens.


Salem Recap S01E11: Cat and Mouse

Increase pays John a visit. There was a time he wished him to be his own son. John tells him that he knows that he’s not a witch, but Increase doesn’t know him anymore. Increase and Mary walk together. She does not believe him to be a witch, but it is not up to Increase’s thoughts on John’s guilt. It is for the Selectmen to decide, and Mary’s own maid is the one who accused John. Increase wonders if it is Mary’s feelings that cloud her judgment, but she plays coy, saying that she gave up those feelings when she gave her heart to George. Increase is happy to hear this. Mary tells him that it is not her feelings she is concerned about, but Salem’s own. He is loved by the people. Mary suggests that he allow the Selectmen to cast a vote and decide if they should even hold a trial that way he is blameless. She gives her assurances which way they will vote. He is pleased with her plan, planning to call them together immediately. She asks if he has had any luck finding Mercy Lewis, that she too must face her day of reckoning. So far he has not, but he is a patient man and a witch cannot hide forever.

Night falls. Mercy is in the woods. She lies cuddled up next to a corpse where she hunkers down for sleep among the dead.

Anne asks her father what the mask is, and why he felt the need to destroy it. He reminds her that she just told him that it was a magical teleporting device. She angers over his mocking. She’s given him time to explain, which he has done many times. He told her that it was an artifact of his travels, but this answer is not enough for her. She wants the truth, the truth of him. If he will not give her the answers she seeks then she will turn to Increase with her questions.

Cotton comes to visit his father. Increase asks him if he knows why he came back to Salem. His son does not see the path that he has set him on, with the whore gone, he hopes his son will rise from his ashes and into power. He wishes his to address the people at John’s trial, because he is a powerful speaker, but Cotton does not think that he is guilty. Cotton does not have many friends, John may be his only one, and he is not guilty of the crime that he is being charged with. Increase tells him the story of a man he once knew. He had the chance to let a man he thought was innocent go, or have him perish, and catch a witch. He let the man go free. Years later the man sacrificed virgins. No good deed goes unpunished. Cotton still refuses to be a part of his friend’s trial.

Mary and Hale walk together. He has spoken with the other Selectmen to see how they will vote in John’s case. It’s going to be a close vote. Hale vows to vote how Mary asks him to, which will tie the vote up, leaving hers to break it. They head inside.

Increase address the crowd, bring forth information and charges. The vote is made, and it falls exactly as Hale said that it would, but when Mary goes to lay her vote, Increase informs her that it isn’t needed. Her husband has recovered enough to cast his own vote. Mary isn’t sure how that is so. George is still little more than an invalid, but he can hear, and respond, not with words, but spit. With his spit he ruins Mary’s plans, and John is forced to stand trial.

Mary pays John a visit in his cell. She told him long ago that if he stayed that he would die. He asks if she came to tell him I told you so, but she hasn’t. She apologizes for putting him on this course. She isn’t the only one to blame for their past. If he goes to trial he will be hung she fears. She wants to spirit him away, to save him from all of this, but he won’t go. He finally understands why Cory let them press him to death rather than to fight the charges. There is no use fighting the madness. He will stay no matter the outcome, even if it is his death. He may just get his wish.

Anne pays Increase a visit. She asks him a question of witches. He asks if she is curious, or if she has encountered one. Her father interrupts, and he offers to answer her questions so as not to disturb the reverend. Increase leaves Anne to her father, and he vows to give no further lies.

Mercy’s girls are strung up, and Increase flings boiling water upon them. They remain adamant that Mercy will not allow them to be burned that she will come for them. Increase tells them that he will find Mercy with or without their help.

Mary meets Mercy in the woods. She’s being extra cautious with Increase still hunting for her. Mary thinks perhaps that she was mistaken when it comes to Increase, that perhaps they are the ones that should deal with him. Mercy likes that idea. Mercy wants clarification. She asks why now.  Mary is concerned with his growing influence, he threatens that which she loves. Mercy knows that she is speaking of John, but Mary tells her that it is not John she is trying to protect but Mercy herself. She wishes to protect her as she protects herself. Tituba should not have  __________

Hale tells his daughter that he had to watch his own parents burn, and in watching that death something changed in him. Steps were taken to spare him of that fate, and he was taken to the New World. He was taken in by those loyal to the cause, taught to harness the power, and hide it. He did that, and found one day that he had a family of his own to love and protect. He confesses that he is a witch, but also that it does not make him any less a loving father. Anne quickly leaves after his confession.

Mary summons Isaac, and he notices the deep scratches on her back. Mary has tea with Isaac, and tells him her tale of woe. She tells him that Mercy attacked her, even after all that she has done. Isaac starts to feel drugged, which is perfect. Mary needs Isaac to tell Increase something, to lure him, but although she feels that he doesn’t deserve this sort of treatment, she must send him. He will only remember what she tells him to,a nd she makes him repeat the story she tells him to tell.  He went to the woods to find Mercy Lewis, past the lake beside the weeping tree is where he found her.

Increase preaches to the people, that no one can be trusted. They thought Mercy was a victim, to find that she was a witch. Now he believes no one can be trusted. In the middle of his sermon, Cotton make s a disgraceful entry. Increase tells them to pay him no mind. Cotton brings up a very valid point, that he is telling the people to question their neighbors when they should question who he is. What beter guise than that of a holy man. Increase has had enough of his son, telling him that he is drunk, and throws him from the church.

Mrs. Hale cannot believe that Anne would point her finger at her father, but Hale tells his wife that he caught her just the night before getting ready to talk to Increase about witches. Mrs. Hale thinks that its time for him to tell Anne the whole story, but Hale thinks it may be too late for that now.

Isaac tells Increase his tale. After hearing mary’s tale, he went after Mercy he tells Increase, not out of loyalty to Mary, but to please Increase. Increase shows Isaac the binding strap that he wears to atone for his own sins. Increase asks if he is sinning now, but Isaac does not believe that he is. Increase believes him, and asks if he can lead him to the last place that he saw Mercy. Isaac can, and Increase prepares for a witch hunt.

Mercy digs through the corpses in the forest, tasty morsels of rotting flesh looking for the perfect bone to steal and turn into a shank.

Cotton continues getting sauced up. Anne pays him a visit, and he’s drinking on a hobbit’s feeding schedule. Anne has come to apologize to Cotton for judging him harshly. They are both the children of complicated men. Cotton thinks his father is the simplest of men, but Anne knows differently. She knows him to be the most knowledgeable about witches, and she wishes to know more. She confesses to having a long interest in them, and Cotton is willing to tell her all she wishes to know.

Isaac takes Increase into the woods to look for Mercy. Increase is skeptical that Isaac would travel so deeply into the woods to look for Mercy. Increase pulls a blade and holds it against his throat trying to find his true motives. Isaac maintains that it is no ones bidding, but just the need to please Increase. Mercy shows herself, and the pair give chase.

Cotton lays down his knowledge, and Anne cannot believe her ears. The witches have been hiding among them. She wants to know what witches want, and there are two trains of thoughts. One that witches only want peace, and the other,  his father’s thought, that witches want the destruction of everything. She asks if his father is ever wrong, but Cotton only knows that he isn’t wrong about him. His father thinks him a failure and he is. He is a failure at piety and sobriety, so the evidence supports his case. Anne tells him that he is wrong. Cotton goes in to kiss her, and she steps away. He thinks its another failure to add to his list, but Anne thinks that not becoming his father is no failure at all.

Mary begins her cast as Increase and Isaac continue to look for Mercy. Increase thinks that he has the upperhand. Mary’s cast begins to work, and Increase finds his binding belt cutting deeply into his flesh. Mercy goes after her prey with it wounded. Mercy throws her sharpened bone, but it misses. Increase’s knife does not miss its mark though, and Mercy falls to the ground. Mary sends vines after Increase to bind him. Mercy rises and she and Increase begin a knife fight. Increase gets the best of her, and she takes off running into the woods. Increase yells for Isaac to give chase, but he cannot. Mercy’s shank sits in Isaac’s belly. Increase tells him to breathe shallowly as he removes it.

Mary is summoned to Reverend Mather’s quarters. She hopes it is Cotton’s, but she is told that she has been asked to Increase’s. She heads there, and she is saddened to see that Isaac sits wounded on the bed. She tells his sleeping form that she will protect him at all costs. Increase doesn’t give Mary much time with Isaac. Mary wants to know why Isaac would go after Mercy. Increase finds it odd that Isaac would go after Mercy alone when he hates him, but Mary knows that Isaac does not hate him, he hates no one. Increase does find Isaac sort of child like, but he knows that who ever planted the idea in his head hates him, and wants him dead. Before she leaves, Mary makes a case for John’s innocence, but Increase wants a witch burned, and if John is not the witch then who is. Unless the guilty party comes forth, John will die, and Mary thinks that Salem may surprise him.

Cotton pays his father a visit. He will become a part of John’s trial. He will not join his father in the prosecution, but rather in John’s defense. Increase is not pleased in the fact that his son continues to chose the wrong things.

Hale goes to his daughter to make a confession. She isn’t sure that she wants to hear anything that he has to say, feigning tiredness, but he’s adamant. He tells her that the mask that she used can only be used by one type of person, his kind. She looks at him in disbelief, but he spells it out for her. The mask can only be used by a witch, and she is one.


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