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HBO Gives ‘Togetherness’ A Season 2
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Togetherness

HBO has ordered a season two for Togetherness, the new dramedy from brothers Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass, as well as Steve Zissis.

The show follows a married couple trying desperately to refresh their long-stale relationship, while his best friend and her sister move in with them while they try to figure out where their own lives are going.

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Amanda Peet Thought Husband’s Plan To Make ‘Game Of Thrones’ Was A “Terrible Idea” (Video)
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Amanda Peet in HBO's Togetherness

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago (a handful of years, anyway), no one knew what this show HBO was making called Game of Thrones was going to be…apart of course from those who had read George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books and had their own high expectations for what it should be.

This includes Amanda Peet, who currently stars in the new HBO dramedy Togetherness, and whose husband, David Benioff, is one of the co-creators of Thrones. Appearing on Conan recently, Peet admitted that when she first heard her husband’s plan to adapt the books into a series, she thought it was a “terrible idea.” Now that the show is a few seasons in, however, she’s just as addicted to it as the rest of us.

You can see a video of Peet’s confession here below.

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Duplass Brothers’ HBO Dramedy ‘Togetherness’ Gets A New Trailer
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Duplass Brothers' Togetherness

A new trailer for the upcoming HBO dramedy Togetherness from Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass (The Puffy Chair, Bag Head, Cyrus, Jeff, Who Lives At Home, The Do-Deca-Pentathlon) has been released online.

If you’ve not yet seen or heard anything about the series, it stars Amanda Peet, Melanie Lynskey, Steve Zissis (who often stars in Duplass movies), and Mark Duplass, and a brand new trailer has been released online. You can check it out below.

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DVD Review: X-Files: I Want To Believe
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X-Files: I Want To Believe DVDsX-Files: I Want To Believe
Directed by Chris Carter
Starring Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Amanda Peet, Alvin “Xzibit” Joiner
Fox Home Entertainment
Release date: December 2, 2008

Okay folks, it’s confession time: I have never been a fan of The X-Files. I have seen a few episodes of the series and I really enjoyed the first theatrical feature from 1998. But the show never caught enough of my interest to hook me full time during its run. I guess I just didn’t have the time. Every time I did watch though, the shows always had compelling stories and the chemistry between stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson was undeniably perfect. Plus I never had a problem following the intricate narratives despite all the conspiracies and complications the show’s writers would throw into the mix. If you were willing to open your mind and pay attention to what was going on, be it little moments that occur in the shadows or cryptic statements characters would intone to one another, then you were amply rewarded. It was refreshing to have a show like The X-Files on the air especially since the network responsible for its inception has always seemed indifferent to bold, thought-provoking programming. One of the previous decade’s most enduring pop culture phenomenons, The X-Files has lost little of its impact in the years following its last episode. Some questions were answered while many others were left hanging in the air. The success of the show paved the way for many fast-canceled imitators and programs like Alias, Firefly, Lost, and Heroes that would continue (to an extent of course) to carry the torch for intelligent genre television that The X-Files first fired up in the autumn of 1993.

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Movie Review: The X-Files: I Want To Believe
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X-FilesThe X-Files: I Want To Believe
Directed by Chris Carter
Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly
Rated PG-13
Release date: July 25, 2008

“I can’t lose faith, Lancelot. It’s all I have left.” –Perceval from Excalibur

“How many times have we been here before, Scully? Right here. So close to the truth and now with what we’ve seen and what we know to be right back at the beginning with nothing.” — Fox Mulder from The X-Files: Fight The Future

“Let’s just say that I want to believe.” — Fox Mulder from The X-Files: I Want To Believe

The X-Files: Restoring Faith

The hedonistic glare of the Nineties is a distant memory. I remember my fervent weekly devotion to the X-Files television show. It was one of my favorite shows on network television. For me, the show was the very essence of Nineties television. In a post-Cold War landscape, it was time to turn the lens on ourselves. The show captured paranoia and conspiracy on a grand scale. The high concept pitch would have been The Parallex View meets Kolchak: The Night Stalker.

I would say the series worked very well for the first seven seasons. Why did it work? The relationship between David Duchovny‘s Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson‘s Dana Scully was and will always be the core of the X-Files. Tamper with that dynamic and you do not have much to work with at all. As much as I adore every incarnation of The Avengers, it was always at its best with Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg. Yes, Anderson and Duchovny have that kind of chemistry.

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