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Be warned: Spoilers are rife in this article! Turn back while you can. The Strain has had me hesitantly excited for a while now.  I LOVE most of Guillermo del Toro‘s work, but was nervous to hear that his book, which The Strain is based on, would be brought to television.

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There’s tension between Frank and Remy. Claire is preparing for her joint-interview with Frank and the possibility of fielding questions about their lack of children. Frank, Jackie and Remy head out to shore up votes to avoid a government shutdown. Meanwhile, we learn there’ more to hacker Gavin than we

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Corey Stoll or to many, Rep. Peter Russo, is one of the coolest actors in the business who sort of recently has become pretty popular.

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House of Cards has become the lynchpin of my pop culture debates at work and at home.

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when I’m watching a show like House of Cards (or any addictive show like Battlestar Galactica), I end up in binge mode and skip the whole process of filtering the episode through my actual brain.

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Do you ever get the urge to chat about pop culture news? The Water Cooler: A Weekly Pop Culture Chat is the perfect place to talk about anything and everything in pop culture that is on your mind! Discuss House of Cards, The Walking Dead, the latest casting news for Marvel films,

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Does HOUSE OF CARDS season 2 live up to the hype and anticipation? Read our review of the first episode to find out if it’s on the right track.

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As we get into the New Year, 2014 already promises to be an exciting time for television with new shows returning, as well as some familiar favorites.

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The 65th Primetime Emmy Award nominations have been announced. Neil Patrick Harris will be hosting the award show on Sunday, September 22.

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Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead! David Fincher’s House of Cards is the anti-West Wing, dripping with cynicism and absent hope. All is irredeemable and bankrupt. No heroes, no plucky underdogs. If Frank Capra saw House of Cards he would slit his wrist along the track of the vein. If Aaron Sorkin

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