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Summer is finally upon us, and now that we’re no longer tied down by school, work, and general life obligations it’s the perfect time to find a new show to fill that TV void. UP TV’s Date My Dad is one of those new shows that’s perfect for the entire family.

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Can we talk about television’s best new show? I remember reading and loving Archie comics when I was in elementary school. They were kind of my life. And then when Archie One was published, I was all over that. (Still am.)

So when The CW announced that it was doing a dark teen soap opera using the Archie characters, I was like: Yes.

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Canada sure does produce some great actors. Patrick Gilmore, one of those glistening maple scented stars, is adding time travel to his already long list of impressive characters he’s tackled. You might know Gilmore from his roles on Stargate Universe, where he took on the role of Dr.

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Who runs the world? Fandoms! It’s the year 2016 and who would have thought that the most powerful word in popular culture today originated in the late 19th century, but never really became that well-known in our society until around 2007. I wonder what people geeked out over in the 1800s?

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Suicide Squad has finally hit theaters, and let’s just say that its best kept secret wasn’t the Fun Tent on set, but the mystery villain’s identity in DC’s highly anticipated flick. Hopefully you’ve seen the movie by now, and if you haven’t– click out– no, really. Spoilers ahead! Those who have watched it and have done their Interwebs research are probably aware by now that the critics aren’t too happy with this film (the fans love it, by the way, wooohoo!).

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Following his 2015 Daytime Emmy nomination, 15-year-old Sean Kyer recently took home a big win at the Leo Awards for his role as Agent Oscar in the PBS series Odd Squad. The Vancouver-born actor has amassed over 22 credits, proving that those twice his age aren’t the only ones who can exhibit such a high caliber of talent when it comes to entertaining an audience.

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NoWhiteNoise TV’s McKenzie Morrell recently caught up with “Arrow” star Katrina Law at Heroes & Villains FanFest. Between interacting with fans, and being a total delight, we talked about her epic return to her home state of New Jersey (this time with friends), LGBT representation on TV, arm wrestling with Caity Lotz, and a weird request to shoulder press a child during her photo ops!

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Photographer: Ryan Orange | Hair: J. Michael | Make-up: Anton Khachaturian | Styling: Lo VonRumpf

Are you completely enthralled by and addicted to Lifetime’s UnREAL? Well, we here at NoWhiteNoise certainly are. Now in its second season *spoiler alert* we didn’t think that the Lifetime original could possibly get any crazier from last years suicide jaw-dropper, yes… a contestant on the fictional dating show Everlasting leapt to her death all thanks to the over-meddling of the production team.

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The series premiere of Dead of Summer is upon us, and we’re all wondering “what’s up with Camp Stillwater?” No, really. What on Earth is going on at this camp! From Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, aka the creative minds of Once Upon a Time and Lost comes this electrifying new tale full of mystery, thrills and dare I say romance?

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Katelyn Mager is a name you’re going to want to jot down and remember, the 15-year-old actress is already a multi-award winner and possesses passion, conviction and an unbeatable flare that rivals those in the industry that have come decades before her. The talented young lady has won numerous praise for her work and was nominated for Leo’s Best Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture for her role as “Charlotte” in Done Four Production’s Charlotte’s Song, working alongside Game of Thrones star Iwan Rheon.

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Credit: The CW

The end is near, folks. It’s been an agonizing, gut-wrenching, emotion-filled journey on The CW’s post-apocalyptic powerhouse The 100, and the final episode of Season 3 is upon us. I don’t know about you but, there aren’t enough tranquilizers in the world to sedate me and my feels as I attempt to prepare myself to be emotionally ruined come 9 p.m.

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