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Orphan Black delivers its best episode of the season (and one of the best episodes of the series) with "Certain Agony of the Battlefield" -- and "agony" is definitely the right way to describe how it leaves you feeling by the end. Want some answers? Want a clone scene that has been three seasons in the making? Want to find out what kind of guy Paul is? Want to see one of the funniest dance scenes ever? Want to see Delphine and Cosima in the same room again? You get all that and more in just 45 or so minutes.

It's also an emotional roller coaster of an episode, one that might leave you feeling a bit drained by the end. From the laughter that results because of Alison and Donnie in the most amusing scene of the series thus far, to the bittersweet joy of seeing a conversation between two clones, to the tears caused by the tragic ending, it's almost hard to believe that this all happens in one hour. But it does, as is true so often for this show, though perhaps not to such an extent as is done here.

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Having discovered the identity of the Horseman of War and failed to prevent her from breaking the seal, The Messengers, are in a race against time yet again to prevent the second horseman from coming to fruition. With only a handful of episodes left in the series' first and final season, it seems as if they remaining episodes will see an onslaught of biblical villains for The Messengers to fight. 

In the latest installment, "Metamorphosis", The Messengers are finally complete in number when the seventh angel, Koa Lin, joins in their ranks. Although whether or not her motive is as pure and altruistic as the other Messengers is still to be seen. 
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What is heck is happening in Wayward Pines? Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) went from believing he was losing his mind to learning "the rules" of the town to working with Beverly (Juliette Lewis) to escape in "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before." Unfortunately, their plan hit a huge snag when phones started ringing throughout the town.

BuddyTV caught up with Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan at C2E2 to find out if viewers should believe what they see, whether Beverly is really dead, the shifting tone of the series and more.
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Right after the season 11 premiere of The Bachelorette, ABC released a teaser for what's ahead of the season, featuring Kaitlyn Bristowe getting intimate with one of her suitors before the fantasy suite date. This sparked mixed reactions from fans of the reality dating series-- some of which took to social media to "slut-shame" Kaitlyn.

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Here we are in week two of Wayward Pines with "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before" and the plot continues its labyrinthine journey into insanity. The surprise ending of this episode has left viewers stunned and skeptical. Did that really happen? Is this some kind of bait-n-switch, or is that main character really dead? Further confusing the fact that the actor playing the part is credited for being in all ten episodes. Wha--? Yeah. 

Questions remaining from "Where Paradise is Home" include: How did Wayward Pines get to be like this? What retribution is so heinous that Ethan's ex-lover Kate would abandon her real life to avoid? What does Ethan Burke's Secret Service boss Adam Hassler know about what's going on and what experiment is Dr. Jenkins running that Ethan is unwillingly participating in? Sounds like a lot of questions, right? Well, Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan has us right where he wants us -- turned around and flipped upside-down twisting in the wind and wondering what will happen next. Let's get to it. 
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With The Flash season 1 over, there's already a lot of anticipation about what we can expect in season 2. Luckily for us, some questions regarding the storylines for our favorite Flash character have already been addressed by the show's writers and producers. Even more excitingly, they have shared some information about which new characters we can expect as well.
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