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Ratings Clack – Falling Skies premieres and the NBA dominates

TNT was the big story on cable with the premiere of ‘Falling Skies’. On the broadcast networks, everything again took a back seat to the NBA Finals.

by Brett Love

Quotation Marks – Pretty Little Liars, True Blood, Futurama

Join the Clique as we Clack about some of our favorite television quotes from the previous week. If we missed one of your favorites, be sure to share it in the comments!

by Debbie McDuffee

Pretty Little Liars – What happened to Melissa’s baby?

When Mona tells Hanna that you can’t trust anybody — even family — is she trying to tell her that Spencer’s sister Melissa is responsible for a portion of “A”s deadly games? And what exactly happened to Melissa’s baby?

by Rachel Blum-Jose

Ratings Clack – True Blood, Dallas, and Burn Notice premiere

Cable again took center stage with season premieres for ‘True Blood’, ‘Burn Notice’, and Suits, along with series premieres for ‘Bunheads’ and ‘Dallas’. On the broadcast networks, if the NBA and the NHL played football, the score would be 35 to 10.

by Brett Love

Pretty Little Liars — Dead girls can’t smile

When keepsakes from Ali’s grave start showing up in the Liars’ possession, the girls continue to question who else may be involved in the recent crimes surrounding their friend’s murder.

by Rachel Blum-Jose

Ratings Clack – Premiere week on cable and the Game Of Thrones finale

Cable took center stage with nine big premieres and some very encouraging finale numbers for HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’. On the broadcast networks, NBC remains at the head of the class thanks to ‘America’s Got Talent.’

by Brett Love

Pretty Little Liars – It takes more than one ‘A’ to play this game

What do you get when you mix a catatonic Mona, a drunk and depressed Emily, a stolen corpse, two new haircuts, and blue nail polish? Why, it’s the Summer Premiere of ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ of course!

by Rachel Blum-Jose
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