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Based in Colorado, but from Madison, Wisconsin, Matt likes to blog about travel, auto, gadgets, food and entrainment. Follow author Matt Breen on Google + or read his recent stories on Pursuitist.
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Sci-fi and family films highlight this week on television

Movies on Demand brings a couple of the biggest sci-fi/action films of 2014: "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and Tom Cruise's "Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow," as well as a pair of excellent family films, "Million Dollar Arm" and the charming "Mr. Peabody and Sherman." But, there's also lots to see on TV and we've got some news about the resurrection of a very popular 1990s show.
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This Week on Television

Get the DVR fired up. Have the popcorn ready. The next couple of weeks will feature the return of many of our favorite television programs, as well as a host of newcomers. We are especially excited about CW's new superhero show, "The Flash," and FOX's mystery mini-series "Gracepoint."
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This Week on TV: “Fault of our Stars” and a new television season

The fall season kicks off with a vengeance over the next couple of weeks and we've got the dates and times for some of the biggies. But for all the exciting new and returning shows, don’t miss out on some great movies, including hits such as “The Fault in our Stars,” “Godzilla” and “Neighbors.”
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This Week on TV: blockbusters, gangsters, magicians, bikers and Mr. Sulu

September is here and that means we get the return of our favorite shows as well as some hopeful newbies. Also, Video on Demand lets you catch a couple of 2014’s biggest blockbusters.
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Highlights on TV this Week include Dr. Who, True Blood and College Football

This week offers some quality films that flew under the box office radar, as well as a duo of flicks ("The Prince" and "Are You Here") that hit Video on Demand the same day they are released in the theater. On TV, HBO serves up the finale of the long running "True Blood," a new Doctor is in town, and college football kicks off next weekend on ESPN.
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This Week on TV: Muppets, bears, fast cars, kilts and teen heroines

This week features some first-rate family entertainment, including the return of everyone’s favorite muppets. Teens should find check out “Divergent,” while action aficionados can fuel their tanks with “Need for Speed.” Finally, fans of prestigious television projects can tune into “Outlands” and “The Knick.”
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Crowe, Depp and Schwarzenegger highlight this Week on TV

Big-budget films (Noah, Sabotage, Transcendence) and even bigger stars (Crowe, Depp, Schwarzenegger) mix with some smaller films (Cesar Chavez, Heaven is for Real) to give a nice mix of new films available this week via Movies on Demand.
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This Week on Television

July brings some offbeat films and television shows to your living room. And don't forget next week's Major League Baseball All-Star festivities.
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This Week on TV: World Cup Soccer and “300: Rise of an Empire”

Just because it's summer doesn't mean there aren't some great shows and movies at the tips of your fingers. This week brings us one of the year's biggest hit movies with "300: Rise of an Empire." On television, don't miss out on the World Cup action as the USA looks to pull off another upset. And don't miss out the opportunity to catch up on some exceptional television shows such as "Covert Affairs" and "Longmire."
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The blockbuster hit “The LEGO Movie” headlines This Week on TV

The next couple of weeks offers some immensely entertaining films, including the smash hit, "The LEGO Movie," and Wes Anderson's masterful "The Grand Budapest Hotel." On television, the NBA and NHL championships are on the line, and several summer series kick off. And don't miss the finale of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
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