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It's a relatively thin week for new releases on DVD, with just a couple of particularly notable titles available. These include a multiple Oscar nominee and a Certified Fresh drama, though they're accompanied by a number of smaller indie features and a couple of new season sets of popular TV series. Read on for details.
Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of CBS's new cop drama Battle Creek during the shooting of season one's penultimate episode in San Pedro, CA. On set, we spoke to stars Dean Winters, Josh Duhamel, and episode writer Danny Weiss and found eight things you'll want to know before the premiere on Sunday, Mar. 1.
This week in TV news, The CW is putting together a superhero team-up show. Plus, The Walking Dead is giving us an extra 50 percent, Kurt Sutter is giving us a new period drama, Seth MacFarlane is giving us Ed Begley Jr., and Inspector Gadget and DuckTales are giving us back our childhoods!
After seven seasons, NBC's Parks and Recreation ended its run with this week's final episode, "One Last Ride: Part 1." Here's what the critics had to say about Parks and Rec's last run. [Warning: Some quotes may contain spoilers.]
Mark Duplass is a creative guy. With hands in many media pots (actor, writer, director, producer, even one-time musician), he has achieved a commendable level of acclaim and success, most recently with the Certified Fresh premiere of HBO's Togetherness. Now starring in horror film The Lazarus Effect opening this weekend, we chatted with the media arts mogul about the film, his career, and of course, the customary methods of raising the dead.