Fans of the ABC Family television series "Pretty Little Liars" are eager to see their favorite show which is scheduled for a winter premiere on January 12. It has been a while since they saw the "liars" on the small screen, but before their return, ABC Family aired a "5 Years Forward" special that gave fans a sneak peek of the upcoming second half of Season 6. According to a report in Variety, the girls and showrunner I. Marlene King revealed interesting tidbits about what happened to the girls five years after, which is the setting of the upcoming episodes.
In the summer finale episode which ended the first half of the season, the identity of their tormentor, "A" was discovered to be that of CeCe Drake (played by Vanessa Ray). According to the report, this second half of the season will find the "liars," who are currently living their own lives outside of their small town, brought together again by mysterious messages. Showrunner King said that the young women are entering "more dangerous territory" than before.
During the special, the actresses who played the main characters shared what had happened in the lives of their characters five years after they went their separate ways. more >>
Fans are still reeling over the death of Jenna Coleman's Clara Oswald in the previous episode of BBC's hit TV series "Doctor Who" Season 9 titled "Face The Raven." However, new reports emerge to question the death of the character. Meanwhile, the 12th Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is set to reunite with a familiar in the two-part season finale episodes.
A report from KPopStarz.com cited fansite Doctor Who Filming sharing on their social media account a series of photos featuring Coleman in a waitress uniform. The details on the images makes it even more interesting as it was revealed that Clara will be found working at a location Whovians will find to be very familiar.
According to the report, fans might find the Companion employed at Eddie's Diner. The place was previously featured in the premiere of "Doctor Who" Season 6 titled "The Impossible Astronaut." more >>
Electronic Arts (EA) announced that the long-awaited "Star Wars Battlefront" DLC, The Battle of Jakku, will finally be arriving next month. Plus, modder Toddyftw released images showing his latest mod, the "Star Wars Battlefront" Toddyhancer (Build 2), which gives a realistic environment to the game.
The Battle of Jakku details new mode and map
The DLC, which was promised in April, will finally be arriving to "Star Wars Battlefront." EA revealed on Tuesday, Nov. 24, that players who pre-ordered the game will be receiving The Battle of Jakku on Dec. 1. The rest of the players will be receiving the free DLC a week later. more >>
In a series of announcements, Supercell revealed several new updates to "Clash of Clans." These include the new Village Guard, personal breaks, league bonuses and a new loot source.
Village Guard and personal breaks
The first announcement discusses changes to the shield system, specifically a new Village Guard and changes to the personal break time. more >>
Cyber Monday is approaching fast, and shoppers are excited to avail of huge discounts and tech deals from various online retailers.
To get the best Cyber Monday tech deals, shoppers are encouraged to start buying earlier in the day and use promo codes and online coupons. The major online retailers participating in the post-Black Friday sale include Amazon, eBay.com, JCPenney, Macy's, Overstock.com, Target, and Walmart, according to The Huffington Post.
GOBankingRates listed some of the best available Cyber Monday tech deals so far. To begin with, Amazon still has not revealed its Cyber Monday sale, but the retail giant is expected to start offering discounts two days ahead. Likewise, Target has not yet announced its deals, but the store holds a one-day sale every Monday. Buyers will be able to grab great deals on video games, HDTVs, and toys, the report details. more >>
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been declared as the Car of the Year by Motor Trend, proving that it has soared above its biggest competitors.
After being evaluated in terms of design, efficiency, performance, engineering excellence, safety, and value, the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was proven to be above the Audi TT, Mazda MX-5 Miata, Toyota Mirai, BMW 7 Series, and Mercedes AMG GT S. When all else is striving to follow what the crowd wants, the sixth-generation Camaro refuses to be anything but average, according to Left Lane News.
The latest Camaro comes with a new turbocharged 275-horsepower four-cylinder engine. It also has two larger engine options — a fuel-efficient 335-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine and a 455-horsepower V8 engine SS — that can be set to stealth when driving along a populated area. The car can go from zero to 60 mph in just 4 seconds, the Latin Post reports. more >>