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Jodi Arias Might Request Prison Leave to Attend Father’s Funeral: Relative

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The father of Jodi Arias has died in California, and the 37-year-old convicted murderer is distraught — and considering requesting a supervised leave from prison to attend a funeral, People has confirmed.

William A. Arias died of undisclosed causes on the evening of September 19. He was 68.

According to a relative, Jodi Arias, who is in prison for the murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, is distraught and looking into the possibility of applying for a supervised visit so she can attend a memorial service.

“She’s really upset,” the relative tells People. “It’s hard for her to know that he’s really gone.
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[Next On] Images From “The Mist” Episode 8, ‘Law of Nature’

Spike TV has provided us with a sneak peek at next week’s episode of “The Mist”, which airs August 10th at 10Pm. Guy Ferland directs the episode “Law of Nature” that was penned by Andrew Wilder & Christian Torpe. In the episode, “Nathalie’s influence over the remaining church parishioners continues to grow. At the mall, Alex and […]
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[Next On] Images From “The Mist” Episode 4, ‘Pequod’

Spike TV has provided us with a sneak peak at next week’s episode of “The Mist” (read our review), which airs July 13th at 10Pm. Tj Scott directs the episode “Pequod” that was penned by Andrew Wilder. In the episode, “Kevin, Mia, Bryan and Adrian leave the sanctity of the church and arrive at an […]
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“The Wrath Of Savitar” Is Explored In New The Flash Featurette

Before The Flash teaches us all how to sing and dance in the upcoming musical crossover with Supergirl, things will seemingly get worse for the Scarlet Speedster and his pals before they get better.

Proving that point is a new featurette released ahead of tonight’s episode that bears the most foreboding of titles: “The Wrath of Savitar.” In it, executive producer Aaron Helbing teases the emotional journey that Wally West must go through in order to avert his sister’s murder at the hands of the God of Speed in the near future.

Also, is it just me or does Savitar himself look a little more practical in the footage provided, as if he were a stuntman in a prosthetic suit as opposed to a CGI creation? If so, I wouldn’t rule it out since I recently discussed the possibility that “Attack on Gorilla City” consumed a good
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The Team Readies For War With Savitar In New Photos From The Flash

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In this week’s episode of The Flash, the team managed to overcome a devastating attack from Gorilla Grodd and his army. Unfortunately, they won’t have too much time to catch their breath, as the self-proclaimed Speed God, Savitar, prepares to return from his exile in the Speed Force.

How that happens remains to be seen, though the promo below points to Kid-Flash being manipulated into helping him return to plague the Scarlet Speedster. That’s a decision which may well spell doom for Iris West after the Flash travelled into the future and witnessed her death at the hands of Savitar.

For more on what to expect from this episode, here’s the official synopsis for “The Wrath of Savitar”:

While training with Barry (Grant Gustin), Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale) starts to have visions of Savitar, which he hides from the team. A dangerous
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"The Flash: The Wrath of Savitar"

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from "The Flash" episode "The Wrath of Savitar", written by Andrew Kreisberg, Andrew Wilder and directed by Alexandra La Roche, airing March 7, 2017 on The CW:

"...while training with 'Barry' (Grant Gustin), 'Wally' (Keiynan Lonsdale) starts to have visions of 'Savitar', which he hides from the team.

"Then a dangerous secret threatens the happiness of Barry and 'Iris' (Candice Patton)..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Flash: The Wrath of Savitar"...
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The Following, Ep. 1.4, “Mad Love:” Covered in filth, and embracing it anyway

The Following, Season 1, Episode 4: “Mad Love

Written by Andrew Wilder and Kevin Williamson

Directed by Harry Bronchtein

Aired Mondays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

In the best episode so far, The Following finally serves us some fun this week. It’s hard to tell how, maybe because the dreary, serial killer love triangle story-line magically gets turned into a threesome, or because… actually, no other reason tops that!

It does seem, though, like the whole show is undergoing a slight internal reworking, gradually before our eyes. The wooden writing is still there, the nonsense characters are still there, the contrived “life or death” situations are still there, but underneath, a new, better brand of bad is forming. When Ryan starts off the episode talking about how Joe’s plan feels like “amateur hour,” that the Poe masks seem “silly,” and how his philosophy makes no sense, it goes a
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