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Is the Mystery of the "Black Hood" Really Over on Riverdale?

Since its debut, Riverdale exists on a plane that's entirely its own. It has a flair for the maple syrup business, the sexualization of characters, jingle-jangle, and murder. And we love it because of that.

Sometimes the plotline is amiss, and we just turn the other cheek because like I said, it exists on its own plane.

That all changed with the Black Hood storyline. All of season two shifted from the Jason Blossom murder mystery to the Black Hood murder mystery, and while it wasn't oozing that Riverdale-goodness, it was a storyline with a heartbeat, so we let it run its course.

While Black Hood hasn't been the most engaging of villains, he's offered viewers an insight into the twisted town that is Riverdale.

But the reveal of Black Hood's identity was a letdown of epic proportions. Loyal fans simply cannot accept that kind of mediocrity.

Riverdale thought
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‘Dark’ Spoilers Review: Anyone Expecting ‘Stranger Things’ is in for a Hypnotic, Jarring TV Puzzle

‘Dark’ Spoilers Review: Anyone Expecting ‘Stranger Things’ is in for a Hypnotic, Jarring TV Puzzle
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for the entirety of “Dark” Season 1. For a spoiler-free review, please click here.]

Given its release date and the missing child premise at the outset, “Dark” drew inevitable comparisons to another particular Netflix show before it was even released. But whether or not the show pops up in a “Because You Watched ‘Stranger Things’” algorithm, know that this show decidedly goes places that few TV dramas usually do.

In the process, “Dark” never quite shakes off the puzzle box nature of its setup, but to watch the various layers of the show unravel, bolstered by a cast list length that George R.R. Martin would be proud of, it’s a distinctive viewing experience, even when it tackles more than 10 episodes can contain.

Read More:Netflix’s ‘Dark’ Review: This Twisty German TV Tale is a Workmanlike Answer to ‘The Oa’ and ‘Stranger Things’ [Spoiler-Free]

(This is usually the point in an IndieWire spoilers review where we make a light attempt at summarizing the plot. To
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19 Music Video Cameos You Totally Need to See Again

19 Music Video Cameos You Totally Need to See Again
Liam Payne‘s most recent music video for his single, “Bedroom Floor,” is one to remember – and not just because of its catchy beat; the song’s video features Bella Thorne, who portrays a girl dealing with a flaky boyfriend.

Payne is hardly the first singer to feature another celeb in his music video. Some are particularly iconic – think Liv Tyler and Alicia Silverstone in Aerosmith’s “Crazy,” or Lena Dunham, Cindy Crawford and more in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” – but there are a bunch we bet you forgot about:

Channing Tatum: “Beautiful Trauma

Tatum goes back to his dancing roots,
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Pink Added to Star-Studded List of Performers at 2017 American Music Awards

Pink Added to Star-Studded List of Performers at 2017 American Music Awards
As if the list of performers at the 2017 American Music Awards wasn’t already stacked, the show has added another all-star to their dream lineup.

Pink is set to take the stage to perform a show-stopping rendition of the title track from her most recent album, Beautiful Trauma, which debuted in the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart in October.

The 38-year-old singer is no stranger to the AMAs. She first performed at the awards show in 2001 with her hit “Most Girls,” and returned again in 2003 and 2008. Most recently, her 2012 appearance —during which she performed song “Try” — made headlines for the star’s unforgettable acrobatics.
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The 35 Most Anticipated New Music of Fall 2017

The 35 Most Anticipated New Music of Fall 2017
It’s time to revamp those playlists, people!

Whatever your music genre of choice, there are plenty of new options this fall from LPs to tours. While several stars including Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton and more have confirmed release dates (See: That New-New, below), that’s not stopping us from putting out some positive vibes for a few albums we are hoping to see sooner rather than later (Wishful Thinking).

Read on for 35 of the latest musical offerings set to hit your earbuds this season.

Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Shania Twain and More: The Queens of Fall Music

That New-New

The Killers: Wonderful Wonderful

Sept. 22

The Killers return with their fifth studio album, their first since 2012’s Battle Born, featuring the singles “The Man” and “Run for Cover.”

“I wouldn't feel this excited if the songs weren't true,” lead singer Brandon Flowers told Billboard this summer. “We’ve been hearing a lot of false music out there
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American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 7 Review: Chapter 7

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Have we ever seen a more action-packed installment of American Horror Story? I don't think so.

American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 7 featured scare after non-stop scare. And gore. Plenty of gore.

It's as though the Ahs writers somehow caught a sneak-peak of The Walking Dead Season 7 Premiere and were like, "Nah, we can top that goriness."

I can safely say that "Chapter 7" will go down as one of my favorite installments of American Horror Story ever. It was legitimately unsettling and just plain creepy, on so many different levels.

The Mvp (so to speak) of the hour was undoubtedly Kathy Bates' Agnes. I can't speak highly enough of how unsettling it was to watch Agnes talking to herself, slipping from her Butcher accent/persona into flashes of her "real"/normal self. Give her all the awards for this performance, Asap.

It's incredible how Bates' performance changed in subtle ways
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Two Acs awards for John Seale

John Seale (Mad Max: Fury Road), the late Andrew Lesnie (The Water Diviner) and Benjamin Shirley (The Pack) shared the prize for best cinema feature at the 2015 Nsw/Act annual awards for cinematography.

Seale also collected the Ross Wood senior judges award for 2015 best entry.

The prize for drama or comedy series and telefeature went to Jules O'Loughlin for Black Sails episode 16 and Bruce Young for The Code episode 4.

Steve Arnold ( JFK - Smoking Gun) and Dave Cameron (The Monster of Mangatiti) shared the dramatised documentaries gong.

The awards were presented on Saturday at the Sydney Masonic Centre hosted by Ray Martin, with Gillian Armstrong as guest of honour. The winners from each of the Acs branch awards will compete for national awards in Adelaide next year, where there is a gold tripod award for each category. From those, the Milli Award for Australian cinematographer of the year is selected
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NCIS Brings Back Scottie Thompson as Tony's Ex, Jeanne Benoit

NCIS Brings Back Scottie Thompson as Tony's Ex, Jeanne Benoit
NCIS‘ Agent Tony Dinozzo is due for a major blast from the past, when ex-girlfriend Jeanne Benoit resurfaces during November sweeps.

TVLine can confirm that Scottie Thompson, who created the role of the doctor/arms dealer’s daughter back in Season 4, will return to the CBS drama in November, for the first of what could be multiple episodes.

RelatedNCIS Boss Previews Changes in Gibbs ‘That Will Throw People a Bit,’ Tension With Tony, ‘Buddy Cop’ Fun and More

To say that Tony’s romance with Jeanne was complicated is putting it lightly. Their relationship was positioned as a quite
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Taylor Kinney: 5 Things You Should Know About Lady Gaga's Fiancé

Taylor Kinney: 5 Things You Should Know About Lady Gaga's Fiancé
Taylor Kinney is the man who went gaga for Lady Gaga, but there's a lot more to the smoldering actor than the pop star he is engaged to. Here are five things you should know about the man who stole Lady Gaga's heart: 1. He looks good in a uniform.The former Vampire Diaries actor, 33, played a paramedic on NBC's short-lived Trauma and a U.S. Navy Seal in the Academy Award-nominated Zero Dark Thirty and currently stars as Lt. Kelly Severide on NBC's Chicago Fire. Kinney told People in 2013 that firefighters are "likened to a modern-day hero. These people
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Cliff Curtis Joins The Walking Dead Companion Series as Its Male Lead

The Walking Dead companion series is finally starting to take form. The still untitled series has cast actor Cliff Curtis as its male lead, “a divorced teacher who endeavors to do right by everyone in his life.” The show’s female lead, who will be a guidance counselor with two children, a son and a daughter, has not yet been cast. Curtis has appeared on many different shows throughout his career, but most recently, he was a series regular on Fox’s Gang Related, which was cancelled earlier this year. In addition to Gang Related, Curtis’s other TV credits include Trauma, Missing, and Body of Proof. He is the third actor to be cast in The Walking Dead companion series. The first casting announcement regarding The Walking Dead companion series was made yesterday when it was revealed that British actor Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince‘s
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Cliff Curtis Cast as Lead in AMC’s The Walking Dead Spinoff

The male lead in the pilot for AMC’s spinoff/companion series to “The Walking Dead” has been cast, and it’s a familiar face if you’ve watched the TV shows “Gang Related,” “Missing,” and/or “Trauma.” Read on for the details! Per THR’s… Continue Reading →

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Walking Dead Companion Series Casts Cliff Curtis as Male Lead

Walking Dead Companion Series Casts Cliff Curtis as Male Lead
Gang Related alum Cliff Curtis will head up a new “crew” as the male lead in The Walking Dead‘s upcoming companion series.

Per our sister site Deadline, the Kiwi actor — whose TV credits also include Missing and Trauma — will star as a divorced teacher who endeavors to do right by everyone in his life.

The female lead, playing a guidance counselor (and mother to Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey), has not yet been cast.

The as-yet-untitled AMC project is set during the same “zombie” apocalypse that Rick, Daryl et al are dealing with, but in a different geographical location.
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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new poster for L.A. Slasher, details on Headless, casting update on Welcome to Purgatory, trailers for Truth or Dare and Red Sleep, and more:

New Poster for L.A. Slasher: “Sales agency Circus Road Films has picked up Martin Owen’s horror/satire feature “L.A. Slasher.” Glenn Reynolds’ Circus Road is handling domestic sales. The film stars Danny Trejo (“Machete”), Mischa Barton (“The O.C.”), Dave Bautista (“Riddick”), Eric Roberts (“The Dark Knight), Drake Bell (“Drake & Josh”), Brooke Hogan (“Hogan Knows Best”), Tori Black (“Not Another Celebrity Movie”) and Marisa Lauren (“Superhero Movie”), with the of voice of Andy Dick (“News Radio”) as the ‘L.A. Slasher’.

Produced by Jeffrey Wright and Daniel Sollinger (“Girls Against Boys”), “L.A. Slasher” is a biting, social satire about reality TV and the
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Experience the Side Effects of the Red Sleep

Imagine if you will that you majorly screwed up during your life (not that hard, is it?), and then someone comes along with a second chance for you... but there will be consequences. Yep, that's the kind of thing you will find happening in the new series "Red Sleep."

Written and directed by Andre Welsh, "Red Sleep" stars Chioke Jelani Clanton (Cuff Me if You Can), Ron Kaell (Trauma), Jessica Sonneborn (Alice D.), and Don Stark ("That 70's Show").

Co-starring are Jessica Roth, Ahku, Mitch Costanza, Jenny Pellicer, Leanne Wilson, Tobias Mehler, Phillip Jeanmarie, Aaron Massey, Ryan McCann, Jo-Anne Krupa, Michael Coons, and Kyle Koromaldi.

For more info keep your eyes on the "Red Sleep" Facebook page.


An escaped prison inmate makes a deal with a U.S. military drug experiment in exchange for his freedom. After taking on a new identity in Los Angeles, the side effects from
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David Semel To Direct ‘Madam Secretary’; Jeff Reiner To Helm ‘Salvation’

Sought-after pilot director David Semel is spoken for this season, as he has been tapped to helm CBS’ drama pilot Madam Secretary, starring Tea Leoni. The project, from creator/exec producer Barbara Hall and exec producer Morgan Freeman, explores the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State (Leoni) as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life. Wme-repped Semel has directed the pilots for such series as American Dreams, Heroes, No Ordinary Family, Person Of Interest and most recently TNT’s Legends and CBS’ Intelligence. Related: Tea Leoni To Star In CBS Drama Pilot ‘Madam Secretary’ Jeffrey Reiner (Friday Night Lights) is set to direct NBC’s drama pilot Salvation, from Liz Heldens, Universal TV and David Janollari Entertainment. The family saga is set against the backdrop of a Texas mega church where faith, family and corruption are explored in equal measure.
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'Helix' premiere: A way-too-early attempt to predict where Syfy's new horror series is going

'Helix' premiere: A way-too-early attempt to predict where Syfy's new horror series is going
Syfy has trended silly the last few years, with a programming slate filled with light-hearted semi-procedurals. 2009 was Year Zero: Battlestar Galactica ended four seasons of critical acclaim and low ratings; Warehouse 13 began five seasons of good ratings and zero acclaim; the channel changed its name to Syfy, which still looks like a word somebody wrote on the whiteboard as a joke. There’s nothing intrinsically wrong about the rebranding: At its best, the channel suggests the USA Network with more greenscreen and more semi-repressed Canadian accents. Like, lots of people like Haven. I haven’t met them, but I still believe they exist.
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Grant Gustin’s “Arrow” Debut and Kirstie Alley’s TV Land Sitcom Debuts


NBC has given The Blacklist an early second season renewal. Most freshman TV shows don’t get a second season this early (Sleepy Hollow did, but it’s airing a short season).

Ryan Phillippe has signed up for an appearance on TBS sitcom Men at Work, TV Guide reports. He’ll play himself in a hallucination Milo (Danny Masterson) has.

Ryan Philippe

According to a report from RadarOnline, ABCis hoping to fill the cast for the next season of Dancing with the Stars with Oscar winners and Renee Zellweger headlining. Are there that many Oscar winners that would do Dancing with the Stars?

CNN chief Jeff Zucker says that the news channel needs “more shows and less newscasts.” With Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown as its top show, he’s talking about airing documentaries as part of the weekday primetime lineup and revamping news programs to have an “attitude
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Exclusive: Fox's Gang Related Lands Former Prison Break-er Amaury Nolasco

Exclusive: Fox's Gang Related Lands Former Prison Break-er Amaury Nolasco
Fox is giving Amaury Nolasco a chance to work it on Gang Related.

The Prison Break alum will guest-star in at least one episode of the gritty midseason drama, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Gang Related centers on Ryan Lopez (Charlie’s Angels‘ Ramon Rodriguez), a rising star in Los Angeles’ elite Gang Task Force who once belonged to a powerful Latino gang.

Related | Nikita Vet Noah Bean Joins Gang Related

Nolasco — whose most recent TV credits include ABC’s ill-fated Work It and TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles — joins the thriller as Mariano, a quiet, ruthless, terrifying sociopath who heads up a cartel.
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'Suits' casts 'Homeland' actor Jamey Sheridan as a vengeful lawyer

Jamey Sheridan will soon be causing trouble on "Suits." The veteran actor will guest-star on an upcoming Season 3 episode as one of the lawyers destroyed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) in her climb to the top of the legal world.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sheridan will play Charles Van Dyke. Van Dyke was one of the original name partners of the firm later known as Pearson Hardman, Pearson Darby, Pearson Darby Specter and now Pearson Specter. When Jessica and Daniel Hardman (David Costabile) staged a takeover of the firm -- then known as Gordon Schmidt Van Dyke -- Sheridan's character was one of those shoved out the door.

When he returns, we probably cannot expect much forgiveness for Jessica or anyone else at the firm.

Related: Kelly Clarkson loves "Suits" and dogs

Jamey Sheridan has a rather impressive resume when it comes to TV work. Recently seen in "Arrow
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Kevin Rankin on the Breaking Bad Shoot-out and Playing a Bad Guy in Everything

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Kevin Rankin on the Breaking Bad Shoot-out and Playing a Bad Guy in Everything
Bullets were flying at the end of the last episode of Breaking Bad, with Todd's uncle Jack and his associate Kenny (who were called off but came anyway), shooting at Hank and Gomie. Kevin Rankin, who plays Kenny, is no stranger to playing the villain. After a string of disabled, gay, and transgender roles on shows ranging from Friday Night Lights to the short-lived Trauma, Rankin actively sought to change his image with the types of roles he pursued. "You have such a responsibility when you're the good guy, but when you're the bad guy, all bets are off," he said. Rankin chatted with Vulture about his white supremacist streak, getting choked by Matthew McConaughey, and where Breaking Bad will pick up next on Sunday.Last episode ended in a controversial Mexican standoff ...Yeah, it was a heart-palpitation episode. And you know, I've seen a lot of complaints that it
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