Gotta hand it to Star-Crossed — this doomed CW show left us wanting more, with a final sequence that pulls back the focus and raises the stakes, while leaving a ton of characters in jeopardy. Too late to save the show, unfortunately. See for yourself, above.
This week, we say a temporary farewell to several shows, including Person of Interest, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and Grimm, while Star-Crossed ends its alien-human romance for good. See all the clips and details below!
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Poor Taylor — she can't help leading aliens on. She's just constantly being misunderstood. First she's trying to seduce Drake, and he thinks she's a secret Trag agent and "let's get naked in the bathroom" is code for "let's unleash Black Cyber." Now she tries to bond with Sophia, but Sophia thinks "bond" is code for…
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Star-Crossed has oscillated between "surprisingly watchable teen sex romp," "weird terrorist-vs-terrorist allegory" and "anemic love triangle soap." Last night's episode started out focusing on the anemic love triangle... but then veered into a reveal that actually makes this show a lot more interesting. See for…
This week, we say farewell to Being Human while Bitten and Lost Girl have their season finales. Plus, the ending of Captain America: The Winter Soldier means big changes for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. And what's ahead for Joffrey and Margaery on Game of Thrones? Get all the details below.
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Or at least, they don't take gender into account in deciding whom they're attracted to, or whom they fall in love with. Which means one thing: That sexual tension between Tahmoh Penikett and Drake the trainee Trag a while back? That was all real. And now I feel especially cheated. But there's still time for a…
Two of our favorite shows are back this week to treat us to another season of suspicion and betrayal. Plus, Robot Chicken brings us a new DC special—all about the villains—and Community plays G.I. Joe. Check out the latest clips and details below!
Star-Crossed, in general, is a pretty fun show that deals with some interesting issues around xenophobia and paranoia. The alien world-building shows some promise, too. But jeez, this show is the worst victim of the CW's need to put a dreadful love triangle into everything.