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Daytime Alum Luke Perry Dead at 52

Actor Luke Perry has died at the age of 52 after suffering a serious stroke. Best known for his star turn on Beverly Hills: 90210 and his role on The CW’s Riverdale, Perry actually got his start in daytime with roles on Loving and Another World. Paramedics responded to a call on Feb. 27 at Perry’s Sherman Oaks, CA, home and brought him to a nearby hospital where he was under observation but later passed away. In the late ‘80s, Perry’s acting career began with a role as Ned Bates on the ABC soap Loving. “Ned was a dirt-poor mechanic from Tennessee who always got taken advantage of,” the actor told the Chicago Tribune. Following that role, Perry played Kenny on NBC sudser Another World. He has said that his experience in soaps was “the best training in the world.” Perry with Loving co-star Alexandra Wilson (April) back in 1987. (Photo
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Luke Perry Dies: ‘Riverdale’, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star Was 52

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Luke Perry Dies: ‘Riverdale’, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star Was 52
Riverdale and Beverly Hills, 90210 star Luke Perry died today after suffering a massive stroke last week, his representative confirmed to Deadline. He was 52.

The following statement was released by Rogers & Cowan on behalf of the Perry family.” He was surrounded by his children Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mother Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, sister Amy Coder, and other close family and friends. The family appreciates the outpouring of support and prayers that have been extended to Luke from around the world, and respectfully request privacy in this time of great mourning. No further details will be released at this time.”

Perry had been hospitalized since Wednesday after he suffered an apparent stroke.

Perry currently starred as Archie’s dad, Fred Andrews, on the CW’s Riverdale. He began his career in the early 1980s, becoming a household name on Beverly
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Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary – Red Carpet Screening and DVD Release November 1st at The Moolah

Join a Gathering of the Rock Gods for the Never Say Goodbye Red Carpet Premiere & DVD Release November 1st at The Moolah Theatre (3821 Lindell Blvd.) DJ Celebrities Red Carpet Limo Arrival begins at 6:15. At 7:00 pm Film Begins. After the film there will be a Q & A with Kshe Jocks & Musicians and a VIP Cocktail Event with a Meet and Greet. Ticket information can be found Here

A Facebook invite for this event can be found Here

This exclusive Premiere of Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary is expected to sell out in just days. After the premiere, the entire public theatre run is only 5 showings, so make sure you get tickets to this once-in-a-lifetime event! Order tickets now, before they sell out.

See the history of Kshe’s heyday, from its beginning in 1968 throughout the 1970’s and up to 1979. Hear never-before-heard stories from your favorite DJs: John Ulett,
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Fear Twd Finale Recap: Hot Dam!

Fear Twd Finale Recap: Hot Dam!
Warning: The following contains spoilers for the epic Season 3 finale of Fear the Walking Dead.

Nobody can say that Season 3 of Fear the Walking Dead didn’t go out with a bang. Plenty of bangs, actually. Also, a big boom, a massive splash and enough (potential) casualties to have made the two-parter a series finale. Who (could we be sure) was left standing when the dust settled? Read on…

‘I Cut A Deal To Save My Friends’ | In the first episode, “Things Bad Begun,” Troy caught wind of the Proctors’ plan to attack the dam, grabbed Nick and made haste to warn Madison,
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Supergirl season 2 recap

Caroline Preece Oct 6, 2017

With Supergirl season 3 poised to arrive in the Us, and shortly thereafter here in the UK, here's a reminder of all the season 2 action...

Supergirl had an interesting second season. Not only did the series move to The CW after spending its first season on parent network CBS, but it also delved a lot more into Kara’s life as a person outside of her powers. She fell in love, she got a job as a reporter, and she attempted to get by without the wise words of Cat Grant to guide her.

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And she wasn’t the only one experiencing a huge transition, with Alex going through a much-celebrated coming out storyline and James suiting up to become Guardian. With Supergirl’s third season just days away, let
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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episode 12 review: Brother's Keeper

David S.E. Zapanta Sep 26, 2017

Fear The Walking Dead delivers an epic, deadly battle for survival in its latest episode, Brother's Keeper. Spoilers...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.12 Brother's Keeper

As I watched Brother’s Keeper I couldn’t help but think that if Fear The Walking Dead’s third season were a Choose Your Own Adventure book, every plot choice would hinge on the Clark family making a bad situation worse. That’s especially true of this episode, in which Nick is indirectly responsible for killing Jake. Had he let the Otto brothers sort things out, there’s a good chance Jake might have survived. And while he might have survived this particular encounter, there’s also a pretty good chance Jake wouldn’t have survived until the end of the season. How could he, when he was constantly
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Fear the Walking Dead Recap: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Fear the Walking Dead Recap: Something Wicked This Way Comes
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead.

Any Fear the Walking Dead viewer with a brain more functional than a walker’s would have predicted that letting Troy live was going to come back to bite Madison; the only question was how hard. What we might not have predicted — at least I didn’t — was that the teeth marks would get made in somebody else’s flesh. Who was the first to pay the price for Madison sparing her psychotic surrogate son? Read on…

‘Everything I Was Fighting For Is Gone’ | As “Brother’s Keeper” began,
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Dead Again in Tombstone Exclusive Clip Brings Back Danny Trejo

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Dead Again in Tombstone Exclusive Clip Brings Back Danny Trejo
Danny Trejo and John Tierney are Dead Again in Tombstone. We have an exciting first look at the sequel to the 2013 cult hit Dead in Tombstone. In our exclusive sneak peek, Jeremiah tells the story of Guerrero to a group of cowboys worried who might be next on Guerrero's list. Soon, Guerrero rides into town and wreaks havoc. You can check out the clip below thanks to Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Danny Trejo returns as the infamous gang leader Guerrero de la Cruz in the all-new action packed adventure Dead Again in Tombstone. The follow-up is now available on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD and On Demand from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. This latest adeventure takes us to post-Civil War American West. Guerrero is force to go head to head agains a group of ex-confederates who threaten to destroy his family. In a dusty Western town, a suspense-filled and ferocious battle of good versus evil erupts.
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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episodes 9 & 10 review: Minotaur & The Diviner

Ron Hogan Sep 11, 2017

Fear The Walking Dead season 3 returned last night in the Us and arrives tonight in the UK. Here's our spoiler-filled review...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.9 Minotaur & 3.10 The Diviner

Nature abhors a vacuum, and any vacuum will inevitably be filled by something. That goes double for a power vacuum. With the death of Jeremiah Otto at the end of last season comes an uneasy partnership between two warring factions. On one side, Walker and his American Indian tribe. On the other, Jake and Troy Otto and the tattered remains of the Otto militia. If that's not a recipe for disaster, you don't know Troy Otto.

I kind of gave up on Fear The Walking Dead last season. I checked in for the first couple of episodes, then I went on a vacation and then took a little bit
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Cast Of AMC’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Talk Exciting New Season, Possible ‘Walking Dead’ Crossover And More!

(Aotn) We have been eager for the second half of season three of AMC’s “Fear The Walking Dead” to premiere, especially after getting the chance to check the extended trailer and catch-up with the cast while out at San Diego Comic Con. It may haven taken them a little while, however we can say with some level of certainty that “Fear The Walking Dead” has finally found its’ footing and has begun to equally rank right up there with its’ counter-part series, “The Walking Dead”. Kim Dickens (Madison), Colman Domingo (Victor Strand), Mercedes Mason (Ofelia), Michael Greyeyes (Qaletqa Walker), Frank Dillane (Nick), Alycia Debnam-Carey (Alicia), Dayton Callie (Jeremiah), Sam Underwood (Jake), Daniel Sharman (Troy), and showrunner David Erickson were on hand to give us some of the inside scoop.

Fans of the series have been clamoring for quite some time that they would love to eventually see a cross-over
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‘Supergirl: The Complete Second Season’ Blu-ray Review

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To many, Supergirl is an important superhero show. Not only is it a successful example of a DC show, but it also flies the flag for female superheroes. With the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season, things are bigger and on an even greater scale, but does that make it a success?

With Kara (Melissa Benoist) striving to make herself as successful journalist at Catco Worldwide Media, she also has to do the same as Supergirl. Working with her adoptive sister Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Hank Henshaw (David Harewood), the Martian Manhunter at the Deo, the stakes have never been higher. Thankfully, she has friends and family (including Superman) to help her save the day.

There are a lot of important things that happen in this season, which feel ground-breaking for the show. This includes the “coming out” of Kara’s sister Alex. This is important because of the way it is handled,
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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Midseason Finale Recap: The Clarks Switch Sides

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Fear the Walking Dead began it’s season 3 midseason finale with Alicia and Jake meeting up to talk to Walker. He is still convinced that Jeremiah Otto stole his land and killed his family members, despite police finding no evidence. Fear The Walking Dead Recap While for Jake and his family, the outbreak meant the […]

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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episodes 7 & 8 review: The Unveiling & Children Of Wrath

David S.E. Zapanta Jul 10, 2017

In Fear the Walking Dead’s tense midseason finale, the biggest threat isn’t zombies, it’s skeletons in the closet...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.7 The Unveiling & 3.8 Children Of Wrath

Depending on one's beliefs, the idea of an apocalypse means different things to different people. For some, it's seen as a great unveiling, a kind of judgment in which the impure are purged. For others, the apocalypse is a sudden cataclysm that brings about the end of civilisation itself. And then there are those who are prepared for the end times, who view the fall of mankind as a cosmic mulligan, the mother of all second chances. The beauty of shows like Fear The Walking Dead is a more granular examination of these perspectives. Whether the apocalypse is good or bad goes well beyond
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Fear the Walking Dead Midseason Finale Recap: Hotheads and Tall Tales

Fear the Walking Dead Midseason Finale Recap: Hotheads and Tall Tales
Warning: The following recap contains massive spoilers from the Fear the Walking Dead midseason finale. Proceed at your own risk.

Hold onto your scalps! Sunday’s two-part midseason finale of Fear the Walking Dead not only revealed at long last what became of Ofelia and at not-quite-so-long last Strand, it resolved — at least for the moment — the conflict between Jeremiah and Walker. Who had to bite the dust to bring about the detente? Read on…

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‘Do The Lies Turn Your Stomach?’ | Early on in Episode 1, “The Unveiling,” Jake, ignoring
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Fear Twd Recap: Family Plot

Fear Twd Recap: Family Plot
Man, are the grave diggers at the Otto ranch ever gonna be exhausted. Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead bumped off not a character or two but an entire family. And possibly even more disturbing, the cause of death was neither walkers nor Walker and his land-reclaiming tribe — and Madison ably lied about the massacre to further her own agenda. What did in the Trembol clan, and how did Nick and Alicia’s mother hope to turn the bloody mess to her advantage? Read on…

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'Fear the Walking Dead' Recap: Can Madison Manipulate Troy to Keep Her Family Safe?

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'Fear the Walking Dead' Recap: Can Madison Manipulate Troy to Keep Her Family Safe?
A fight is coming on Fear the Walking Dead, and it appears that Madison is finally ready to fight. Now that Madison knows the group who killed Travis, she's ready for a battle and out for blood. And she finally has a group that could be willing to fight with the right incentive. In "Red Dirt," Madison manipulates Troy to get people to stay on the ranch. Meanwhile, Alicia gets closer to Jake, and Nick bonds with Jeremiah.
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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episode 5 review: Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame

David S.E. Zapanta Jun 26, 2017

Charles Bukowski sheds some light on Fear The Walking Dead’s post-apocalyptic world...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.5 Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame

Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame is a very busy episode, intercutting between four storylines. Each story is replete with its own odd character pairings, of which first and foremost is Daniel and Strand. These are two people who shouldn’t be in a car together, much less road-tripping their way through Mexico’s apocalyptic wasteland. Theirs is the least effective pairing, if only because Strand is just so unlikable. Remember when Strand was the very definition of cool in season one, a mellifluous patter wrapped in an expensive suit? His fall from
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Fear Twd Recap: Mother's Little Hellion

Fear Twd Recap: Mother's Little Hellion
In the wake of last week‘s Daniel-centric Fear the Walking Dead, Sunday’s installment accelerated almost all of the series’ plots, revealing whether Madison could really handle maniacal mama’s boy Troy as well as she insisted she could, bringing Nick and Luciana, as well as Jake and Alicia, to turning points in their relationships, dropping Strand into a predicament that was arguably as dire as his near-execution by Dante, and introducing a whole new threat. Was it the high-profile heavy we’d been anticipating? Read on and find out…

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Fear The Walking Dead season 3: Dave Erickson interview

Duncan Bowles Jun 19, 2017

We chatted to the Fear The Walking Dead showrunner about character deaths, spoilers and his departure...

Warning: contains major spoilers for Fear The Walking Dead.

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As part of our set visit to Mexico for Fear The Walking Dead’s third season, we had the chance to speak to showrunner Dave Erickson about the various twists and turns the first few episodes have already revealed as well as his thoughts on the show as a whole. It seems like only yesterday we were interviewing him about the pilot episode and launch of Fear, yet this season will be his last on the show, so it seemed like a good time to pick his brains about various highlights from his time working on it. Mr Erickson was good enough to spare
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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 episode 3 review: Teotwawki

David S.E. Zapanta Jun 12, 2017

It’s the end of the world as we know it — but does Fear the Walking Dead’s Clark family feel fine?

This review contains spoilers.

3.3 Toetwawki

Everyone has something interesting to do in Teotwawki (short for The End of the World as We Know It); and it looks as though Fear The Walking Dead is narrowing its focus (for now) to the Clarks—how they come together, stay together, and measure up against their more seasoned counterparts, the Ottos. The latter may be fully prepared for the Te part of Teotwawki but the Clark family was caught unawares at world’s end, struggling daily for survival. So is it any wonder that the relative safety of the ranch holds such appeal for Madison? Losing Travis has caused her to rethink her priorities, though Nick and Alicia are a bit removed from her thinking in this regard.
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