Beauty & The Beast 2 Seasons 2013

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Season 1
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After taking their relationship to a new level, Cat and Vincent are forced to deal with reality when someone appears to be the framing the vigilante.

Runtime:
41 minutes
Original air date:
March 21, 2013

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot When she was a teenager, Catherine "Cat" Chandler witnessed the murder of her mother. Cat would have been killed too, but someone - or something - saved her.

    TV-PG 43min October 11, 2012
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    2. Proceed With Caution When a rising young ballerina mysteriously falls to her death, Vincent senses that the understudy, Victoria, is hiding information about the dancer's murder.

    TV-PG 43min October 18, 2012
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    3. All In Iris, a Bosnian immigrant, is arrested on the suspicion of killing a judge for deporting her brother. Vincent insists that Iris is innocent, so trusting his instincts, Cat works behind the scenes to uncover the truth.

    TV-PG 41min October 25, 2012
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    4. Basic Instinct Vincent revives a 19-year old boy who was left for dead in a dumpster and rushes him to the E.R., where he remains in a coma. Alex Carter guest stars.

    TV-14 43min November 1, 2012
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    5. Saturn Returns Vincent is captured on a convenience store surveillance video while preventing a robbery.

    TV-PG 43min November 8, 2012
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    6. Worth Vincent mysteriously blacks out on his way to meet Catherine, and is now searching for answers.

    TV-PG 41min November 15, 2012
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    7. Out of Control Cat learns the truth about Vincent's blackouts and thinks he may be involved in the brutal murder of a local college fraternity brother.

    TV-14 43min November 29, 2012
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    8. Trapped Vincent allows JT to inject him with endorphins and sedatives that force him into a fugue state.

    TV-14 43min December 6, 2012
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    9. Bridesmaid Up! When Catherine's dad gets remarried, the bride-to-be and her bridesmaids try to find the daughter-of-the-groom a date for the wedding. Rob Stewart guest stars.

    TV-14 43min December 13, 2012
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    10. Seeing Red Vincent barely escapes being caught by his former fiancee, Alex and must deal with the repercussions of his past. Bridget Regan guest stars.

    TV-PG 43min January 24, 2013
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    11. On Thin Ice J.T. learns that Evan is planning to propose a task force to catch the beast and must figure out how to stop him.

    TV-PG 43min January 31, 2013
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    12. Cold Turkey Cat suspects Muirfield might know Vincent's whereabouts and in spite of her vow to go cold turkey, she is forced to interrupt his romantic cabin getaway with Alex. Bridget Regan guest stars.

    TV-14 43min February 7, 2013
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    13. Trust No One Cat and Vincent are unsure if they can trust Alex with the truth about his past. Bridget Regan guest stars.

    TV-PG 42min February 14, 2013
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    14. Tough Love Evan receives an interesting proposition that could change the course of his cross species investigation.

    TV-PG 43min February 21, 2013
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    15. Any Means Possible Suspicious that cases involving the vigilante are being mishandled, a new Assistant District Attorney arrives at the precinct wanting answers.

    TV-14 43min March 14, 2013
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    16. Insatiable After taking their relationship to a new level, Cat and Vincent are forced to deal with reality when someone appears to be the framing the vigilante.

    TV-PG 41min March 21, 2013
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    17. Partners in Crime Cat is forced to reveal things that she had been keeping from Tess to salvage their relationship, and to protect Vincent.

    TV-PG 43min March 28, 2013
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    18. Heart of Darkness Evan admits that he tipped off Muirfield to Vincent's whereabouts.

    TV-PG 43min April 18, 2013
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    19. Playing with Fire Gabe comes clean to Cat that he knows about Muirfield.

    TV-PG 42min April 25, 2013
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    20. Anniversary On the anniversary of her mother's death, Cat asks Gabe to attend her family's annual remembrance of Vanessa.

    TV-PG 42min May 2, 2013
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    21. Date Night Cat and Vincent go on a date out in public in an attempt to be a normal couple.

    TV-PG 43min May 9, 2013
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    22. Never Turn Back When secrets about Cat's family are revealed, it will change everything Cat knew about her past.

    TV-14 40min May 16, 2013

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Lee Rose
Supporting actors Sendhil Ramamurthy, Max Brown, Austin Basis, Nina Lisandrello, Brian White, Edi Gathegi, William deVry, Ty Olsson, Jesse Aaron Dwyre, Mathew Lyons, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Ryan S Williams
Season year 2007
Network The CW
Executive Producer Mairzee Almas
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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104 of 111 people found the following review helpful By annekelly on November 8, 2012
Granted, if you go into this show expecting the show to parallel the fairy-tale version of Beauty & the Beast, you will understandably be confused. The only similarities between the fairy-tale and the show is that she's pretty and he has an "animal" side that comes out when his adrenaline kicks in. Similarities end there.

After watching all the episodes released so far on Hulu in the past few days, what I've come to really appreciate about this film is that the hero, Vincent Keller, is not the typical superhero that we normally see on the screen. You won't find Iron Man, Thor, Spiderman, Batman or any other number of hot heros who are out there today. He has a "power," but he understandably hates it and is frightened of his own propensities for causing harm. He's a man who when he lost his family through tragedy, in his grief tried to validate their deaths in the only way that crossed his grief-torn mind at the time...but even that went wrong. He's left with nothing. No life. No hope. Everything he ever represented (country, medical doctor, etc) is now gone. Alienated from the world. He's brave, courageous, kind, and yes, frightened at time. This isn't Tony Stark with his womanizing charm, or Thor with his god-like pride. Vincent Keller, the "Beast," has no huge ego, no pretences about himself. He's been hiding out for 9 years, interacting with only one living soul, so he's a little weak on the human relations aspect. Some have said the actor's acting is weak and lifeless - I highly beg to differ. This is a good-looking actor playing a "super hero" part, but who has a totally different way of coping and reacting that Stark or Thor. Which is refreshing to see more real-life insecurities than the usual over-the-top "watch me save the world" rutines.
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 20, 2012
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So far, this show has been everything I'd hoped for and more. Cat (Catherine)is beautiful inside and out, yet she is very strong and determined. Vincent is very appealing with his good looks, strength, and endearing smile, yet he is almost terrifying when his altered DNA kicks in. But it doesn't outweigh his gentleness and care for people, especially for Catherine. The cases Catherine has to handle are like stories within the story which produces a lot of action and makes the show compelling.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By K.W on October 28, 2012
I love the direction this show has taken and can't wait for more! The acting is great, the characters have excellent chemistry and the plot has me absolutely glued.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Christina on October 15, 2012
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As someone who loves Beauty & the Beast in its many forms, I was very surprised by this version. It was far darker than I expected. Not dark in the way of the 1946 French film version, but still, it has a decided bite to it. As a romance fan, normally I would shy away from such things. I suppose I must confess that I was looking for it to have more of the beautifully literate, cozy warmth of the CBS version - an all-time favorite of mine among shows I've watched consistently. But that is not this, and after watching the pilot, I decided that it's OK that it's not, because the first peek at the characters make them seem so interesting that they adequately compensated for the chilly shadows and blood splatter that might normally irritate fans of CBS version.

The CW's version of B&tB stars Kristen Kreuk (Smallville) as Catherine Chandler, and unlike her role as Lana Lang, Kreuk is New York slick in the reinvented role. Like Linda Hamilton's Catherine, this Catherine is definitely street smart and hard-hitting when she's on the job. However, Kreuk's Catherine is also doggedly strong in other situations, such as when she has to deal with an overly-observant partner, a plethora of attackers, and a miscreant pseudo-boyfriend. And yet, when it comes to her quest on behalf of her mother, Kreuk shows us that Catherine can be vulnerable as well. I liked this contrast. I also really liked that she keeps pushing her luck with, and the boundaries of the Beast, Vince Keller (played by Jay Ryan), despite the fact that Ryan's Vincent is quite believable as a military-trained, animalistic killer, and has only begun to show Catherine the tiniest glimmer of tenderness in the first episode.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By zaphael on November 1, 2012
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This show keeps getting better, the pilot I will admit was a little rough, but I really do like the direction the writers are going with this show. I do not believe it deserves the flack it's gotten.
This episode brought up some interesting points that I would like to see explored.
Vincent's 'keeping tabs' on Catherine, she's a cop, this has to set of warning bells clanging in her mind. I would also like to know if this is a product of ten years of isolation with only one person he's been in contact with or if this goes deeper to the gene splicing if it's changed the way his mind and instincts operate.
Also when he 'hulked' out (can't think of a better way to put it) in the apartment it seemed to me that the world for Vincent when he's in that state of mind is very overwhelming, is this in part why he lashes out at times? Because his senses are in over drive and everything is too much?
I also liked the fact that he didn't just jump right away to save the girls, I imagine this whole situation with Catherine and someone besides JT knowing of his existance must be a little scary especially since she's made enough noise to alert Muirfield as to his general direction. Catherine is asking him to go against ten years of habits on a whim to help people while puting the people with whom his loyalties lie at risk. The conflict was there and it was delt with in a way that felt natural without ignoring the fear that breaking ingrained habits tends to bring.
The show does need to work on it's supporting cast of characters though, everyone on the show besides Vincent and Catherine feel like they're there for Kruek and Ryan to act off of not complete and necessary on their own. I hope this makes sense.
I really am enjoying this show I love the potential it has and hope that I see a second season. Yes, there are flaws but all shows have flaws especially the first season.
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