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Chris Lovato

Resurection: TV Review

IN THE May 3 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato




Although people differ in their beliefs on what happens after we die, there’s a common thread that unites quite a few lines of thinking: resurrection. The idea of people coming back from the grave has persisted for centuries, but what if it happened in this day and age? That’s the question Aaron Zellman and ABC are trying to answer with a new series for the spring premiere season, Resurrection.

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Star-Crossed: TV Review

IN THE April 5 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



All in all, Star-Crossed is a valiant effort on The CW’s part to give its viewers something good to watch while Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, and The Originals draw to a close for the season; however, it remains to be seen whether this series will make it past Season 1. If love stories between human women and non-human males is your thing, then definitely check it out!

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Believe: TV Review

IN THE March 29 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



In a society with doomsday prophecies, fortune tellers, and alien abduction, one might find it hard to think that there’s something else out there, but in the world of Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity), that’s all about to change. Cuarón has teamed up with renowned producer J.J. Abrams and NBC to bring us the mid-season premiere of Believe.

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Bitten: TV Review

IN THE March 15 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



In a world populated by shows like The Vampire Diaries, Teen Wolf, and Being Human, SyFy continues their foray into one of the more up-and-coming traditions of supernatural shows: werewolves. This time, they’re drawing off of Kelly Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series and bringing the world Bitten.

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by Chris Lovato



With the rising popularity of Adventure Time, cartoons have become mainstream among the people they were popular with 20-something years ago. Since those people are “all grown up,” it’s become necessary to cater them toward adults and that is exactly what Pendleton Ward, the creator of Adventure Time seeks to do with his newest and quite popular, series: The Bravest Warriors.

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Chozen: TV Review

IN THE January 18 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



When you hear the words “white” and “rapper” together, you probably think of Eminem, but the producers of Archer are looking to change all that with their new series, Chozen. When I first read FX’s official description, they said Chozen’s “music and lyrics take aim at the stereotypes of machismo misogyny that [are] synonymous with rap music,” so naturally, it piqued my interest.

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Intelligence: TV Review

IN THE January 11 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato



Take one part Bourne Identity (sans the amnesia), add one part Chuck, and throw in a dash of 24, and you’ve got Michael Seitzman and CBS’ latest venture: Intelligence. Entertaining the idea of government agents fusing with computers to create almost Captain America-like super soldiers has been going on for years, but in an age of a global information network and brand new ways to wage war on each other, Intelligence takes a different look at the secret agent genre.

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Once Upon A Time in Wonderland: TV Review

IN THE December 7 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato


“When two people love each other, there’s nothing they can’t accomplish together.”
In Once Upon a Time fashion, true love conquering all obstacles takes on new life in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and like its parent show, put a new spin on old classics.

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The Originals: TV Review

IN THE November 30 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato


Always and forever: this is the motto of the Mikaelson family, and the ever-present theme of one of the CW’s latest ventures: The Originals.

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Must Watch Halloween Movie List: The Exorcist

IN THE October 28 ISSUE

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by Chris Lovato


Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us of our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. Lead us not into temptation, and deliver us from evil.
Evil is never crueler when it wears the guise of a child, and if the quote (or title) didn’t give it away, yes. I’m talking about…The Exorcist.

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