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Farewell, Psych: A Love Letter

By Stacey Gillard I discovered Psych late. A friend sent me the DVDs of the first 2 seasons and after watching 3 episodes I ordered seasons 3 through 7. I had watched them all within 2 weeks and then had to wait another 2 weeks until the 8th and final season was released on April 1st. Last night I reluctantly finished my marathon by watching the series finale. I had

No Clue: A 'Divine' Chat With Dan Payne

By Stacey Gillard With over 60 acting credits to his name, Dan Payne has graced our screens, big and small, for more than a decade. Following his recent appearance in the Brent Butt movie No Clue, DNM had a chance to ask Dan about his career as well as his plans for the future. DNM Magazine: Congratulations on the role in No Clue! Can you tell us a little bit about your

Supernatural - 9.10, 9.11, & 9.12

by Jennifer Pitt I’ve been having  a hard time sitting down to write about Supernatural post-midseason hiatus. I’m loving it and I am not, all at the same time. Maybe it’s because the mid-season hiatus is so long that I feel a disconnect between the last episode in December and the first in January. I have enjoyed each of the three episodes for their own merits, but I keep having

Best of 2013 TV - My Top Ten List

by Mieke Trudeau After the decorations have been put away and the last of the confetti swept up, there is some time for reflection as we look forward to what the New Year will bring. In TV land, the holidays mean festive specials and traditional fare but also a long hiatus for most running shows. Fortunately, the next few weeks will bring the return of our favorites and also the

Fall TV Season: Mid-Season Report Card

By Stacey Gillard Just before the 2013 Fall TV season started I wrote a preview of 4 new shows that had people talking; highly anticipated premieres, each with a unique premise. As we are now in the middle of what some call “hellatus”, that awful mid-season break in broadcasting, I thought I’d revisit what I wrote back in September and give each new show a report card. SLEEPY HOLLOW: A- I’ve made no

Supernatural 9.09 - Holy Terror

By Stacey Gillard I’m not entirely sure what just happened. As prepared as I usually am for some kind of heartbreak from Supernatural, the devastating blow they dealt us in the mid-season finale has thrown me for a loop. Let’s rewind for a second. The angels are starting a war because each faction believes they can take on Metatron, win, and regain heaven. Meanwhile Metatron is trying to be the

Supernatural 9.08 - Choices: 3 Female Perspectives

In light of the negative reactions to last week’s Supernatural episode, Rock and a Hard Place, we have elected to forgo our normal review style, and have asked three of our female writers of varying lifestyles for their perspectives on the episode. We hope this will encourage some positive discussion about this issue. -Ed. Stacey, single, unattached woman in her mid-30’s I really liked this week’s episode of Supernatural. REALLY

Supernatural 9.07 - Bad Boys

I loved this episode so much, for so many reasons. It had all the love, we got a little bit of Dean history, and it was interesting. Adam Glass outdid himself. I think I’m going to take a lot of heat for this, but what I take away from that episode is that John Winchester was a terrible father. He didn’t know he was a terrible parent – in his

Supernatural - Season 9, Episode 2 - Devil May Care

I have a confession to make. I was confused for much of this episode – I missed the scene last week when Sam was Sam and Ezekiel had assured Dean that Sam would be running the show and that he would lay low in the background. So until Ezekiel came forward and assured Dean that Sam was unconscious, I was really wondering if I had even watched last week or