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  • 12 Most Underrated TV Shows of 2012

    Want to know what some of the best TV shows you’re not watching are? Check out our list of television’s 12 most underrated series in 2012.

    (67) by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV Picks: Mon, Dec 3 – ‘Bones’ Anniversary, ‘Castle’ Christmas & More

    It’s time to celebrate the season as well as 150 episodes, thanks to ‘Castle’ and ‘Bones’. Meanwhile, ‘American Chopper’ builds its final bikes. What will you be watching?

    by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV Picks: Mon, Nov 26 – ‘Revolution’, ‘Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the US’ & More

    It’s a semi-full line-up for Monday night, with ‘Revolution’ and ‘Bones’ still holding off their fall hiatus. What will you be watching?

    (2) by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV Picks: Mon, Nov 19 – ‘Bones’, ‘Castle’ & More

    In case you didn’t know, TV shows are being canceled left and right. What will you be watching? Hopefully something – unless it’s already been canceled.

    by Anthony Ocasio
  • TV Picks: Mon, Nov 12 – ‘Bones’, ‘Catfish: The TV Show’ & More

    Monday may be a holiday, but tonight’s line-up is still packed with new shows. And then there’s that ‘Catfish’ series premiering on MTV. What will you be watching?

    by Anthony Ocasio
  • DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: January 4, 2011

    This week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases feature a handful of low-budget movies, like ‘Machete’ and ‘Catfish,’ that hope for a second life on home video.

    (13) by Mike Eisenberg
  • Our Favorite Movies of 2010

    The Screen Rant staff look back at the movies of 2010 and pick those films that truly awed us. See which of our staff shares your taste in films.

    (73) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Catfish’ Interview: Nev Schulman, Ariel Schulman & Henry Joost

    Screen Rant interviews Nev Schulman, Ariel Schulman, and Henry Joost, the star and co-directors of the stranger-than-fiction documentary film ‘Catfish.’

    (21) by Rob Frappier
  • ‘Catfish’ Review

    ‘Catfish’ is a documentary about a real-life online relationship that takes a turn for the bizarre. Reactions have been so mixed, we needed two guys to review it.

    (21) by Rob Frappier