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The Monday Playlist: A Birth Switcheroo, Syfy Cliffhangers, a Major Complication

It's not a wonderful alt-life on ABC Family's Switched at Birth (Monday, 8/7c), as this endearing family drama imagines a "what if" scenario that hinges on Regina having gone public about the switch after she discovered it when the girls were but 3 y… Read more

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Ncis: Los Angeles: The Grey Man Trailer
02:16 — Kensi and Deeks investigate the murder of a homeless man, who was a former marine and CIA agent. The probe reveals the victim had connections to the M (more…)
Scorpion: A Cyclone Trailer
01:18 — A bomb strike threatens the Internet infrastructure for the entire Southwest. Meanwhile, Team Scorpion fails a military training operation and becomes (more…)
Crank - Trailer #1
With poison in his veins, a hit man (Jason Statham) may have just enough time to settle the score and kiss his girl goodbye.
The Package
01:06 — Directed by Jesse V. Johnson and written by Derek Kolstad, The Package features Austin as Tommy Wick, a nightclub bouncer and enforcer for Seattle cri (more…)

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Mon Jun 27 12:30am
Crank IFC

A hit man named Chev is dosed with a lethal drug by a devious thug in this thriller. While Chev frantically searches for the antidote, he learns he'll die if his heart rate slows down too much.

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Mon Jun 27 11:30am
Backdraft SUND

An A-list cast and solid special effects ignite this tale of combative firefighting siblings searching for a deadly arsonist. The film was written by former firefighter Gregory Widen and filmed in Chicago, where real city firemen served as extras.

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Tue Jun 28 8:30am
Backdraft SUND

An A-list cast and solid special effects ignite this tale of combative firefighting siblings searching for a deadly arsonist. The film was written by former firefighter Gregory Widen and filmed in Chicago, where real city firemen served as extras.

I’ll Watch346 Watching