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Bingeworthy: Dollhouse (2009)

The show revolves around a corporation running numerous underground establishments (known as "Dollhouses") around the globe that program individuals referred to as Actives (or Dolls) with temporary personalities and skills. Wealthy clients hire Actives from Dollhouses at great expense for various purposes, including heists, sexual encounters, assassinations, expert counsel, and all manner of unique experiences.

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Bingeworthy: Van Helsing (2004)

In this reimagining of the classic Dracula story, the world is dominated by vampires, requiring humans to work together to survive. The series centers on Vanessa Helsing, daughter of famed vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing, who wakes up after a five-year coma to discover a vampire-controlled world. She soon learns that she possesses a unique blood composition that makes her immune to vampires and able to turn the creatures into humans. That power puts humanity's last hope to return the world to how it once was before the vampires took over in Vanessa's hands.

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Prime Video Officially Announces Season 2 of Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power

Sauron has returned. Cast out by Galadriel, without army or ally, the rising Dark Lord must now rely on his own cunning to rebuild his strength and oversee the creation of the Rings of Power, which will allow him to bind all the peoples of Middle-earth to his sinister will. Building on Season 1’s epic scope and ambition, Season 2 of Amazon’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power plunges even its most beloved and vulnerable characters into a rising tide of darkness, challenging each to find their place in a world that is increasingly on the brink…

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Show of The Moment: Sugar

Private detective John Sugar investigates the disappearance of Olivia Siegel, the beloved granddaughter of Hollywood producer Jonathan Siegel. As Sugar tries to determine what happened to Olivia, he unearths Siegel family secrets, old and new.

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X-Men ’97’s Final Trailer Captures the Excitement of The Show

X-Men '97 will go down as one of the biggest surprise hits of modern times. As an older gentleman who watched the original X-Men Animated Series when it first aired back in the 90s, the show is the sweetest love letter to us original fans, but accessible enough for the newer generations. Episode 5 showed that Marvel isn't pulling punches with this show, and whoever is behind the overall arcs of this season, you can tell they're a super fan of the content, allowing them to weave in multiple comic plotlines and still make it feel effortless. Bravo Marvel. Let's…

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Rebel Moon Part 2: The Scarbringer Drops April 19th.

I know the first Rebel Moon wasn't received as well as expected. I loved the movie. I've watched it 3 times. And I can't wait to see the second part on Friday. Kora and the surviving warriors as prepare to sacrifice everything, fighting alongside the brave people of Veldt, to defend a once peaceful village, a newfound homeland for those who have lost their own in the fight against the Motherworld. On the eve of their battle, the warriors must face the truths of their pasts, each revealing why they fight. As the full force of the Realm bears down on…

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Lightning Strikes Twice. Fallout Is Another Excellent Video Game Adaptation

You can tell an iconic show by the opening scene of its premiere episode. It sets the tone and anticipation for what's to come. The Walking Dead had Rick Grimes' first encounter with a zombie, having to shoot a dead little girl in the head. The Last of Us had the picture-perfect recreation of the video game's death of Sara Miller. And now, we have the 'perfect' opening scene of nuclear bombs dropping on Los Angeles that sets the tone for Fallout. The 'oh shit' wasn't the effect of the bombs dropping, but the look on Cooper's daughter's face witnessing…

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