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Voltron: Legendary Defender's fourth season is weird. A mere six episodes long (after a normal-length season was split to create the show's third and fourth), at times it feels like it's been cobbled together out of a season we never got to see the rest of. Yet despite that, it delivers some hugely satisfying stories fans have been itching to see since the show began.

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I've never actually met Seth MacFarlane, so saying I don't like the guy isn't a personal dig. I've just never been a fan of his style of comedy, especially Family Guy (hate it) and the Ted movies (ugh). And yet somehow I'm enjoying the hell out of The Orville, his new live-action Star Trek homage.

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There've been a lot of haunted houses popping up on screens both large and small lately, including the dreaded 29 Neibolt Street house in It and the trippy centrepiece of Syfy's Channel Zero: No-End House. That said, spooky houses are a long-running horror staple -- and not all are created equal. Here are the ones that scare us the most.

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Supergirl returned from summer hiatus a darker and more brooding character. With her boyfriend gone -- she presumes dead but we presume living in the 30th century with fun heroes like Saturn Girl -- Kara Danvers is left with a void in her life and a turn at the corner of her mouth. This chick is positively grim, and my knee-jerk reaction was to accuse the show of ruining what we love: Supergirl's sunny disposition in the face of enormous setbacks.

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The Exorcist has returned yesterday in the US, to the delight of its smallish but passionate fanbase, who have discovered it to be the best horror TV series currently on the air. If you haven't yet caught this excellent show -- or if you did watch season one but need a refresher -- we have you covered with everything you need to know before season two comes to Australia.

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Supergirl is adding a key new character when it returns for its third season next month: Saturn Girl, a founding member of the Legion of Superheroes, a team from the 31st century (that Supergirl has occasionally been part of), and whose presence has been previously teased on the show.

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The first season of Channel Zero, Syfy's creepypasta-inspired anthology series, explored the nightmares of Candle Cove, a sinister TV puppet show. Season two, No-End House, features a new story, a new cast, and an even more dreadful evil. If you thrill to mind-warping horror stories, you do not want to miss this.

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American Horror Story has long been one of the most in-your-face shows on TV, layering fantastical plots with cartoonish violence and knowingly over-the-top acting. Last season's Roanoke took aim at reality TV, with mixed but generally amusing results. This season's Cult takes aim at reality itself, and so far it's been horrifying in all the wrong ways.