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Awesome Mix Tape #6: Best Soundtracks / Scores of 2015 Pt 1

It’s that time once again! For the unfamiliar, every year I make two mix tapes sampling the best music from the best movies released. The first mix is usually released in the summertime, about halfway through the year – and I release the second tape in late December. Below is the first half of the best movie scores/soundtracks of 2015. Take a listen and please remember, sharing is caring so don’t be shy to like it on Facebook or tweet it to your friends. Cheers!

(Check out Awesome Mix Tape #5: Best soundtracks/scores 0f 2014)

Playlist:

Eden movie clip

Daft Punk – “One More Time” (Eden)

DJ Light – “Team Gotti Anthem” (Tangerine)

Black Ox Orkestar – “Skocne” (What We Do In the Shadows)

Spring Movie Clip

Elias Rahbani – “Dance of Maria” (What We Do In The Shadows)

Dope movie clip

Tribe Called Quest – “Scenario” (Dope)

Onyx – “Slam Harder” / “Slam” Mix (Dope
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Cat Deeley plans to stay in Us for work

Cat Deeley plans to stay in the Us for work. The 37-year-old TV presenter - who was catapulted to the spotlight when she co-hosted British children's programme 'Smtv Live' - moved to America for work several years ago and is the host of TV dance competition 'So You Think You Can Dance'. Cat has no plans to come back to the UK and is still pleasantly surprised by the continued success she is having Stateside which has included jobs on numerous shows, including 'The Choice' and 'Shake It Up'. The blonde beauty - who was born in Birmingham, north west England - said:
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TV Spots for Tonight’s Premieres of Total Blackout and Exit are Here For Your Discomfort

If you’re a fan of gross-out humor, especially when it comes in competition form, tonight is your night on Syfy. Total Blackout is returning with host Jaleel White, to be accompanied by new series Exit, which is perfect programming as you will see in these TV spots:

TV Spot: Total Blackout

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TV Spot: Exit

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Total Blackout (All-new Episodes)

Returns Tuesday, June 4 at 9Pm – Hosted by Jaleel White (Family Matters), the half hour, extreme game show Total Blackout returns with “Parental Blackout” – a special parent-child episode where three mother-daughter teams and one mother-son team square off to conquer challenges in pitch black. After contestants guess the weight of several objects, they must then reach in and identify whatever lurks in the mystery tanks. The remaining teams then attempt to identify a range of innocent – and not
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Syfy Summer Premiere Dates Finalized

Summer used to be the time that we’d see Warehouse 13, Haven, and – sigh – Eureka return with new seasons, but that’s all changed. Warehouse 13 returns for the second half of its giant 20-episode season on Monday, Haven is now a fall series, and Eureka… well, you know.

But chin up! We have Season 2 of Continuum and standalone seasons of Sinbad and Primeval: New World coming our way, along with the return of Face Off, Ghost Hunters, and many other competition and nonscripted series, not to mention a Twilight Zone marathon, a Roger Corman marathon, and more Original Movies with excellent titles. Check em all out below; series broadcast info will be updated on the SciFiMafia.com Spring and Summer Primetime TV Schedule.

Syfy Launches A Summer Of Imagination And Adventure Premieres Of Reality Series Joe Rogan Questions Everything, Cosworld, Notorious Hauntings And Exit All-new Episodes Of Face Off,
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'The Bachelor' finale: Who does Sean Lowe choose - Catherine Giudici or Lindsay Yenter?

It's time for the "Bachelor" finale, fans. Will Sean Lowe choose Catherine Giudici or Lindsay Yenter? According to our poll, Catherine is the overwhelming favorite -- but is she Sean's favorite? Grab your bottle of red or white (or both!) and settle in for the dramatic conclusion.

Family Thai-s

Sean's family is there to help with the big decision and adorable little Smith says we're all here because Emily didn't pick Sean. Ha! Get that kid a commentary job for this show.

His mom makes no bones about her thinking that if he's going to propose, he should already know which one he wants to propose to -- which, we happen to agree with her. Now, Sean says he has equally strong feelings for both of them at the same time and we have to wonder if that's true, or if that's just what he has to say for the show.
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Grab Your Calendars: Syfy Announces Winter Schedule

It’s true; no matter what certain networks may claim about their “winter finales,” winter doesn’t actually start until December 21, and isn’t over until March 20. Syfy, at least, understands this, and has announced their appropriately-titled winter schedule accordingly.

Happily this means that, starting on Monday, January 14, 2013, we will have some great television to get us through the cold months, including the return of Being Human and Lost Girl, and the premiere of Continuum, and later in the week, the return of Ghost Hunters and Face Off.

Here’s the schedule of premieres, along with series synopses:

Syfy’S 2013 Winter Programming Highlighted By Series Premieres Of Ghost Mine, Robot Combat League, Stranded And Continuum Season Returns Of Hits Being Human, Face Off, Total Blackout, Ghost Hunters, Lost Girl, Haunted Collector And Final Season Of Merlin

New York – December 4, 2012 – Syfy will kick off the New Year with a robust winter
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TV listings and previews: plan your week's viewing - 15-19 October

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This week, The Great British Bake Off reaches its grand finale, Richard Dawkins ponders the meaning of life and John Barnes gets back to his roots

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday

MondaySing for Your Life

8pm, Channel 4

Can singing help cancer patients battle the disease? This experiment puts together a group of 35 people of all ages who've had treatment for cancer and gives them 12 weeks to rehearse for a performance at the Royal Albert Hall. The result is just lovely. Enthusiastic choir leader Cat Southall admits she has her work cut out with the quality of some of the singers at first, but by the time the Big C belt out Bon Jovi's It's My Life at the gig it really doesn't matter. Emeli Sandé and Russell Watson are among their celebrity cheerleaders. Hv

Wonderland: Walking with Dogs

9pm, BBC2

If you wanted to make a film
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Summer Recap: From Olympics To ‘Newsroom,’ The Season’s Highs and Lows

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist

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A week ago, Breaking Bad finished the first half of its fifth and final season. In other words, summer TV has ended.

Although some shows, such as FX’s Louie and AMC’s Hell on Wheels, still have more episodes to go before their seasons conclude, NBC will be unveiling some of its new fall series this week — and the other networks won’t be too far behind.

To be honest, summer TV isn’t my favorite. I use the season to catch up on TV I’ve missed more than I do to watch such new offerings as TBS’s Men at Work and E!’s Married to Jonas.

However, this doesn’t mean all of summer TV is a bust.

Here are the choices for the brightest and darkest spots of summer TV 2012:

Biggest Disappointment

The Newsroom (HBO)

It’s no
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Cat Deeley engaged to Patrick Kielty?

Cat Deeley is reportedly engaged to be married to her boyfriend of eight months, Patrick Kielty. The television presenter, who hosts 'The Choice' in the United States, met the Irish comedian in 2002. They reportedly hosted an engagement party for friends and family on Sunday 29.07.12) at London's The Goring Hotel, where Cat, 35, proudly showed off her diamond ring. A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Cat and Patrick have been friends for years, so even though they've only been dating a few months, they know they've found The One in each other. ''They wanted all their friends to know they were engaged
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Cat Deeley engaged to Patrick Kielty?

Cat Deeley is reportedly engaged to be married to her boyfriend of eight months, Patrick Kielty. The television presenter, who hosts 'The Choice' in the United States, met the Irish comedian in 2002. They reportedly hosted an engagement party for friends and family on Sunday 29.07.12) at London's The Goring Hotel, where Cat, 35, proudly showed off her diamond ring. A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: 'Cat and Patrick have been friends for years, so even though they've only been dating a few months, they know they've found The One in each other. 'They wanted all their friends to know they were engaged straight away.' Patrick, 41, moved into Cat's £1.7million Beverly Hills, California home in May after the
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The Choice: Summer 2012 Ratings

In addition to hosting So You Think You Can Dance, Cat Deeley works to bring in ratings for Fox on a celebrity dating show called The Choice. The first season of The Choice typically airs Thursday nights on the Fox network.

These are the TV show's ratings for the Summer 2012 season. The ratings are the best way to tell if The Choice will be cancelled or renewed for season two.

Check out our Fox summer ratings report card to see how this show's numbers compare with the others on the network.

These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Episode 01-06: Thursday, 07/12/12

1.2 in the demo (-25% episode-to-episode change) with 3.04 million.

Season averages: 1.48 in the demo
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What to Watch: Big Brother Is Back, L Word Goes Bi, Rock Center Scrutinizes Scientology and More

What to Watch: Big Brother Is Back, L Word Goes Bi, Rock Center Scrutinizes Scientology and More
On TV this Thursday: Just like heat waves and getting sand in your Speedo, summer perennial Big Brother is back; Rock Center offers context for Tom and Katie’s split; Saving Hope makes a love connection; and The Choice season finale tries to find Superman a new Lois. Here are 10 programs to take notice of tonight.

8 pm Tron: Uprising (Disney Xd) | Beck defies Tron’s orders to destroy a secret weapon, and The Occupation takes programs captive.

Related | Hot for Summer: 100 Premiere Dates

9 pm Big Brother (CBS) | A new motley crew — including four “mystery” alumni — arrives at the glass house
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'So You Think You Can Dance's' Cat Deeley: 'I was supposed to be a lawyer or a doctor or accountant'

Cat Deeley hosts Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" but was never a serious dancer herself.

"I got sucked into ballet as a kid," she tells Zap2it. "It was supposed to make me a bit more girly and graceful. I preferred to be catching frogs."

Though ballet didn't take, the fashion sense, evident in Deeley's glamorous wardrobe for the Wednesday dance competition, did. And that obsession started as a girl.

"As long as I had an opinion about it, I could wear whatever I wanted," Deeley says. Her main criterion, she recalls, was "how spinny the skirt was, how much it stuck out."

Pics: 'So You Think You Can Dance' Season 9 Top 20

Though she has stylists eager to dress her, Deeley is an avowed secondhand store browser.

"My favorite thing in the world is to go to a great flea market and just have a hunt,
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Divine Intervention On 'The Choice'

Divine Intervention On 'The Choice'
Rob Kardashian was looking for love on "The Choice" (Thu., 9 p.m. Et on Fox) Thursday night, and he claimed to have a helping hand when it came to choosing a date.

After single lady Taylor announced, "I was raised to love two things: Jesus and football," both Rob and Finesse Mitchell turned around.

Host Cat Deeley asked Rob what made him turn around, to which he replied, "Well, Jesus told me to turn around at that very last second."

Taylor chose Rob over Finesse and, as far as CarterMatt.com was concerned, she "seemed to be genuinely interested in him."

"The Choice" airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. Et on Fox.

TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and amazing moments - and delivers them right to your browser.
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Divine Intervention On 'The Choice'

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Divine Intervention On 'The Choice'
Rob Kardashian was looking for love on "The Choice" (Thu., 9 p.m. Et on Fox) Thursday night, and he claimed to have a helping hand when it came to choosing a date.

After single lady Taylor announced that "I was raised to love two things: Jesus and football," both Rob and Finesse Mitchell turned around.

Host Cat Deeley asked Rob what made him turn around, to which he replied, "Well, Jesus told me to turn around at that very last second."

Taylor chose Rob over Finesse and, as far as CarterMatt.com was concerned, she "seemed to be genuinely interested in him."

"The Choice" airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. Et on Fox.

TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and amazing moments - and delivers them right to your browser.
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Fox moves George Lopez's 'Take Me Out' to Saturday nights

Fox moves George Lopez's 'Take Me Out' to Saturday nights
Fox will move its dating show Take Me Out to Saturday nights. Take Me Out currently airs on Thursdays evenings followed by The Choice, a celebrity dating show fronted by Cat Deeley. The programme will be broadcast in its new time slot starting on Saturday, July 14 at 9/8c after the return of Cops at 8/7c and 8.30/7.30c, reports TV Guide. Fox will air Take Me Out in its original slot this Thursday, July (more)
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'The Choice': Mike 'The Situation' Doesn't Understand The Rules

'The Choice': Mike 'The Situation' Doesn't Understand The Rules
Cat Deeley certainly had a "Situation" on her hands, twice over! Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino was one of the celebrity bachelors on the latest edition of "The Choice" (Thu., 9 p.m. Et on Fox), and he had to get scolded by the host for his failure to understand the rules.

The bachelors are only supposed to turn around three times, but Sorrentino seemed intent on turning around for every girl. If anyone did explain the rules of the show to him, he clearly wasn't listening. And he was hardly listening to Deeley explain them with the cameras rolling.

But Sorrentino wasn't the only rascal on the panel. Deeley had her hands full with these guys. "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks was trying to turn his chair around before he was supposed to, leading to a near disaster when Deeley tried to scold him and his chair suddenly did start moving.
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'The Choice': Mike 'The Situation' Doesn't Understand The Rules

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'The Choice': Mike 'The Situation' Doesn't Understand The Rules
Cat Deeley certainly had a "Situation" on her hands, twice over! Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino was one of the celebrity bachelors on the latest edition of "The Choice" (Thu., 9 p.m. Et on Fox), and he had to get scolded by the host for his failure to understand the rules.

The bachelors are only supposed to turn around three times, but Sorrentino seemed intent on turning around for every girl. If anyone did explain the rules of the show to him, he clearly wasn't listening. And he was hardly listening to Deeley explain them with the cameras rolling.

But Sorrentino wasn't the only rascal on the panel. Deeley had her hands full with these guys. "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks was trying to turn his chair around before he was supposed to, leading to a near disaster when Deeley tried to scold him and his chair suddenly did start moving.
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The Glee Project and The Choice open backdoor to equal opportunity | Jonathan Bernstein

In a way, both shows have turned out to be less predictable than their original as stereotype-free contestants sing it out

I bailed out of Glee when it went full-tilt in depicting Kurt as a Christ-like figure, but I'm still on board The Glee Project. The glittering carrot dangling from the end of the stick wielded by this Oxygen talent show spin-off is a chance to sing, dance and act in at least seven episodes of the actual Fox mothership. The bloom may be faded from the Glee rose but that's a high-caliber prize.

It also allows audiences access behind a door that's rarely opened. We, the slack-jawed masses, are considered competent enough to decide the fate of models, pop stars and dancers. But there are some destinies the entertainment industry does not allow to fall into our texting fingers. We can't pick the pilot shows worthy of being expanded into series.
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TV talent shows are failing our pop stars. Is it time for Cole In The Wall?

Pop TV could learn from other formats such as The Apprentice and Total Wipeout

Every year there's some sort of campaign that begs the BBC to bring back Top Of The Pops. "Viewers still want to see professional singers warbling away on TV, just look at The X Factor," they say. With no Going Live!, Sm:tv or Live & Kicking, TV talent shows have become the last refuge for the pop star with something to flog, but with ratings for last year's X Factor lower than previous years and The Voice propelling Kylie's Timebomb all the way to No 31 following her performance on the show, might it be time to shake things up a bit?

In America, where The Voice regularly pulls in over 15 million viewers, the brand is expanding. The Winner Is was recently picked up by NBC and is based on the battle rounds from the show, ie
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