CBS' hit police-procedural drama TV series "NCIS" Season 13 returns this week with a brand new Thanksgiving holiday-themed episode filled with intense family drama.
The synopsis shared over at The Futon Critic for the episode titled "Blood Brothers" says that the Secretary of the Navy will enlist the help of the NCIS in a bid to save a sailor's life that is hanging on a balance. As detailed by the summary, the team will attend to the sailor who has leukemia and is in need of a bone marrow transplant. His two siblings, who were in the Marines, died in the line of duty.
Meanwhile, the upcoming episode will see Bishop spending the holidays at her home in Oklahoma. Citing the spoiler report from Carter Matt, it appears that Bishop's current marital troubles will be the cause of her homecoming. It is still unclear if her husband, Jake, is having an affair or if the agent is simply using the issue in order to protect her. Needless to say, it seems like things are now falling apart between the two. more >>
CD Projekt's "The Witcher 3" game director revealed they are working on the final DLC for the game. The expansion pack, Blood and Wine, will release next year.
"The Witcher 3's" game director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz dropped the news on a blog post over at the game's official site, saying: "Now we're working on Blood and Wine, the final expansion for Wild Hunt which we will launch in 2016."
Tomaszkiewicz also reveals a new trailer for the game as a way of thanking the game's players and fans. Watch the new game trailer below: more >>
More and more viewers are getting addicted to watching "Limitless" on CBS. In the recent ratings game that was released, the show placed 13th among the 18-49 demographics, which proves that it can battle with veterans like "Gotham" and "Once Upon a Time."
According to TV By The Numbers, "Limitless" is tied with "Gotham" and "Chicago Fire" in 13th place, and the Jake McDorman starrer defeats well-known shows like "Survivor," "The Flash," and even "NCIS: Los Angeles."
"Limitless" definitely has added more comedy to the normally serious crime drama series, which explains its success with the ratings game. Vulture even said that the show is at its best when the story leans toward being more comedic. Last Tuesday's episode, for example, when the scene where Brian took a case was becoming very serious, he made sure that the technical part in explaining "hacking" was presented in a very fun montage. "I just don't know what happens during the typing part. Or even what the word hacking means exactly," he said prior to the montage. more >>
In what could be one of the most intriguing matches on this edition of Thursday Night Football, the Carolina Panthers travel to the AT&T Stadium to face the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League.
The match is on November 26, 2015 at 4:30 PM ET.
This is a very interesting Thanksgiving Day match between the two teams as it places a youthful and unbeaten squad against a veteran team with their backs against the wall and a veteran quarterback who may be trying to prove a point. more >>
Markus (Riley Smith) will cause more trouble than help to Rayna (Connie Britton) after the new artist decided to discard one of the songs in his upcoming album, which will soon be released.
According to International Business Times, Rayna will have a headache because of her frustration with Markus' actions and Deacon's jealousy. In the sneak peek of the forthcoming episode of "Nashville," which is titled "Three's a Crowd," viewers saw Markus saying to Rayna and Deacon (Charles Esten) that the three of them working together for his album will "be great."
However, things will not always be "great" since Deacon is starting to get worried of Markus, who is now getting closer to Rayna, and even questions his motives being there. The guitarist told Rayna that Markus only wants to sleep with her, and called the new artist "arrogant" in the clip. more >>
It has been several weeks ago since Robert Downey, Jr. (RDJ) hinted the possibility of the fourth "Iron Man" movie on "The Ellen DeGeneres" show, and fans have been patiently waiting for the latest development about the movie. It appears that the movie, if it pushes through, will have to come much, much later, since the price negotiation in signing the 50-year-old actor back to Marvel's "Iron Man" franchise is still far from over.
According to Cross Map, the negotiations for RDJ's big payday has started way back in 2014, when they were discussing story lines for the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the movie outfit. It seems like the actor won't be able to reprise his role if the price is "not right," which is understandable given that RDJ is currently the highest-paid actor in Hollywood.
Venture Capital Post said that in some reports, RDJ is asking for a $100 million salary, while others say he demanded a percentage of the gross sales of the upcoming "Iron Man 4," instead of getting a fixed dollar amount. more >>