Big changes are expected to come over for the 4th season of The CW's hit superhero drama TV series "Arrow." Earlier reports already indicated that the show's titular character (Stephen Amell) would be getting a revamp on his suit, live in a new lair, and be acquainted with new characters both good and bad.
What's more? A new TV scoop from TVLine's Matt Webb Mitovich seems to confirm the earlier rumors that Oliver Queen's beloved city will now be renamed to "Star City." Although the Season 2 new supervillain won't be the one responsible for the rebranding of the city, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) will still have some influence on it.
Speaking of Dahrk, executive producer Marc Guggenheim further told the media outlet the huge difference of this season's main villain to those from the show's past. more >>
The highly-anticipated second season of The CW's hit superhero drama TV series "The Flash" has added yet another actor into its cast member's list.
The report from Variety.com said that the "Candyman" star Tony Todd is joining the show but won't be appearing physically as he is tapped to be the voice of DC Comics and Season 2's main villain, Zoom.
The sinister speedster's identity is still being kept under wraps as well as the actor who will take on the role. more >>
Netflix is reportedly getting ready now to commence the production for the highly-anticipated 4th season of its hit political drama series "House of Cards" and new reports surfaced online saying that the show is looking for actors to portray the roles of doctors and other medical personnel.
Citing the casting call posted on Facebook by the Marinella Hume Casting Baltimore/DC, the report from VCPost.com indicated that the series is currently on the lookout for actors whom they want to fill in the above said roles.
The announcement did clarify that they are not particularly looking for real-life doctors, nurses and people of the profession. However, a background in the field would be a plus, the site said. more >>
Actress Hayley Atwell is now back in action as filming for the second season of Marvel's hit crime-fighting drama TV series "Agent Carter" commences this week.
Atwell is returning to reprise the titular role alongside Dominic Cooper (as Howard Stark), James D'Arcy (Edwin Jarvis), Enver Gjokaj (as Agent Sousa) and many more.
"3am wake up call. Time to go to work," the 33-year-old Brit-American actress said in her Twitter on Monday. "#AgentCarter season 2 filming begins!" more >>
In the second half of "Teen Wolf" season 5, characters from previous seasons are bound to make a comeback, as teased by series creator himself, Jeff Davis.
According to Davis, Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) will be in the works for the reunion of his pack, in order to defeat enemies such as Theo Raeken (Cody Christian) and the Dread Doctors. He will then be needing some faces to return to Beacon Hills for a successful plan that could take down the villains.
In an interview with TV Line, Davis revealed that Kira Yukimura (Arden Cho) will be seen in episode 12. Kira left town with her family in season 5 to find herself and discover what the Dread Doctors really did to her as she has been having serious issues with her kitsume control powers. more >>
Following Michelle and Jim Bob's announcement that Josh Duggar has checked into rehab last week, eyewitnesses report that the disgraced Duggar has not showed up for the mandatory meetings and church services included in the rehab program.
The 27-year-old was believed to have entered Reformers Unanimous (RU), a Christian treatment facility his parents have supported for quite some time. However, some eyewitnesses revealed that Josh was actually a "no-show."
According to Radar Online, several people spotted members of the RU program loading off a van unto the facility's affiliate, North Love Baptist Church. Josh was not among the group who were in the facility for a local chapter meeting that would tackle recovery from various addictions through Bible classes. more >>