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‘The 100’ 101 — 7×10: What would Bellamy Blake want?


“What would Bellamy Blake want?” was a question tossed around in the latest episode of “The 100” and really sums up everything.


Halo Infinite delayed to 2021


Mircosoft and 343 industries decided to drop another trail of breadcrumbs about the premise and identity of Halo Infinite going forward before it’s slated to release in the window of the 2020 holiday season. As of today, the title has been delayed to 2021.

‘The 100’ 101: 7×08 — A blast from the past


Prime fire swallowing the earth, leaving nuclear destruction in its wake. The Second Dawn bunker saving Earth’s remaining human race. Trigedasleng being spoken. Groups dividing into factions thanks to a fascist leader who wants glory for himself. Siblings on separate sides fighting in a pit. Attention being drawn to Becca and the Flame. These are all things we’ve seen in “The 100” before, but this time there’s a twist.

‘Stargirl’ renewed for season 2


Courtney Whitmore and the Justice Society of America (JSA) can rest easy tonight due to the fact that their future is secured. The hit series ‘Stargirl’ has been given a second season on The CW. The news was revealed late this afternoon by Deadline. 

Charlie Daniels, legendary “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” singer, dead at 83


Charlie Daniels, the singer and songwriter known for his unique style of country music, died on Monday in Hermitage, Tennessee. He was 83 years old. Daniels, a North Carolina native, rose to fame when his tune “Uneasy Rider” hit the number nine spot of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1973. Six years later, Daniels became a household name when his signature song, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” earned him a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance.  During his 62-year-long career, Daniels released 32 albums and worked with artists such as Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, and Leonard Cohen. His

The Last of Us 2 review: Humanity at its lowest


In all honesty, did the ‘Last of Us’ feel like it needed a sequel? The answer may shock you. In my opinion, it’s complicated to say the least. No matter what side you supported Naughty Dog still heard your cries of emotion, from tears of joy to even the lonesome complainants and the unthinkable happened — a sequel was in the works.