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Preview: 5 TV Fandoms that Need to Know about AlienCon 2018

This weekend, there may be some mysterious, unexplainable sightings in Pasadena, Calif. And it’s all because of an event called AlienCon. TV Goodness fills you in…

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Stranger Things 2 Success is in its Losers

Confession: I’ve already watched and rewatched Stranger Things 2. And truthfully, it’s even better the second time around.

4 Moments of Goodness from The Following Series Finale
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4 Moments of Goodness from The Following Series Finale

While I hate to say goodbye to this show and all the eye-covering, nightmare-inducing, deliciously twisted drama it provides, I have to admit I couldn’t be more pleased with the way it went out. Especially since when this episode was written and shot, there was still no word as to […]

Ryan And Mike Admit Their Faults, The Following “The Edge” and “A Simple Truth”
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Ryan And Mike Admit Their Faults, The Following “The Edge” and “A Simple Truth”

While this 2-hour penultimate episode was filled with lots of twists, torture, blood and betrayal, I can’t help but feel like this episode didn’t actually achieve anything until the final two scenes. Don’t get me wrong, bad guys were killed, moles were outed and plots were uncovered throughout, but with […]

The Following “Home” and “A Hostile Witness”
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The Following “Home” and “A Hostile Witness”

Finally!! I never thought I’d say this, but Joe Carroll literally took the words right out of my mouth. Ryan, what took you so long?! Don’t get wrong, I get it, the build up was vital but I’m uber excited that Ryan has finally been to the edge, the brink, the […]

Ryan Advocates Justice Over Revenge, The Following “Exposed”
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Ryan Advocates Justice Over Revenge, The Following “Exposed”

After last week’s brutal death of Agent Clarke, it seemed appropriate that this week was almost entirely devoted to taking down his killer, Neil. And while I found the juxtaposition between his role as a cool, calm, collected murderer and that of a concerned, frazzled, error-prone son intriguing, it was what his death […]

Natalie Brown Talks The Strain, Vamping Out and the End of the Season [Exclusive]
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Natalie Brown Talks The Strain, Vamping Out and the End of the Season [Exclusive]

 Warning: Spoilers Ahead I have a confession to make here. I stated in past articles that Mr. Quinlan was my favorite character in The Strain trilogy and while that is still true, the fact is Kelly Goodweather comes in at a very close second. So, when the character was finally […]

The Strain Postmortem: Sean Astin Talks His Character’s Demise, Saying Good-Bye and What’s Next [INTERVIEW]
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The Strain Postmortem: Sean Astin Talks His Character’s Demise, Saying Good-Bye and What’s Next [INTERVIEW]

Warning: Spoilers ahead for those who have not seen Sunday’s episode Still reeling from Sunday’s episode of The Strain? Yeah, I know I am. And I don’t mean because Vasily Fet is finally bumped to main character status or Dutch Velders shows back up and joins the team. All that’s […]

The Strain “Creatures of the Night”
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The Strain “Creatures of the Night”

Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead For those who did not know, the super-talented Chuck Hogan — co-creator of The Strain trilogy — wrote tonight’s episode. But honestly, if he were standing here right now, I don’t know if would give him a high-five or punch him in the face. Seriously. Without […]

Character Analysis: The Strain’s Thomas Eichhorst, Evolution of a Monster
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Character Analysis: The Strain’s Thomas Eichhorst, Evolution of a Monster

For the past few years, the zombies on AMC’s The Walking Dead have been the boogeymen of primetime television, the things that nightmares are made of. Then The Strain premiered last month and now, this has become the show that I can’t watch without a good, stiff drink, because otherwise no […]