Fans are just a couple of months away from getting their "Outlander" fix, but, nevertheless, Starz has graciously released a new Q&A video with the popular time travel series' stars that will surely whet viewers' appetites.
Caitriona Balfe, who plays World War II nurse Claire Randall on the show, and Sam Heughan, who plays Highland warrior Jamie Fraser, were recently in Los Angeles for the Golden Globe Awards. While in L.A., the two sat down for a question-and-answer session, in which they playfully responded to fans' Twitter queries.
Off the bat, the pair answered a question about why the horses on the "Outlander" set love Balfe more. Heughan, feigning bitterness, answered, "Because she feeds them mints all the time." "And not only her horse, but my horse," he went on. "So, blatantly, they're going to like her." more >>
Like the rest of her family, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) has undoubtedly had a rough time on HBO's top-rated fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones." The elder Stark daughter just couldn't seem to catch a break and her fate took a turn for the worse in Season 5, when she had to return to Winterfell and marry the sadistic Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon).
But Sansa's luck is about to change - for the better - when the much-anticipated Season 6 debuts.
"Fear The Walking Dead," the well-received "The Walking Dead" prequel/spinoff that aired its first six-episode run in 2015, will be back in a couple of months with some fresh faces rounding out its original cast.
According to TVLine, Scottish actor Dougray Scott has signed on for an undisclosed recurring role in AMC's zombie apocalypse series. Though a representative for the network would not provide details about the casting, the website suggests that Scott could play the role of Casey, who was recently described as "a decent man who believes in civility." Though the character is said to be "confident in an unexpected position of authority," he is also "still learning to be a leader." Casey "regrets but accepts the necessary violence for a new vision," TVLine has learned.
The 50-year-old actor has previously appeared in TV series "Hemlock Grove," "Father & Son," "Desperate Housewives," and "Heist." He has also starred in numerous films, including "Last Passenger" (2013), "The Truth About Love" (2005), "Mission: Impossible II" (2000), and "Ever After: A Cinderella Story" (1998). more >>
There's a lot to look forward to in the second season of AMC's popular "Breaking Bad" spinoff, "Better Call Saul." There's Jimmy McGill's (Bob Odenkirk) long-awaited metamorphosis into Walter White's (Bryan Cranston) lawyer and accomplice Saul Goodman, Ed Begley Jr.'s "authority figure" Clifford, the much-hyped "Breaking Bad" character cameos, and, as showrunner Peter Gould recently revealed, a potential McGill romance.
"You're going to see, for one thing, a romantic side to Jimmy," the "Better Call Saul" boss recently told Entertainment Weekly. "The relationship that he has with Kim [Rhea Seehorn] gets much deeper," he revealed. "It is both personal and professional, and it's really the beating heart of season 2."
"Prison Break" season 5 is bound to deliver a shocking twist in the form of Michael Scofield's return from the dead, lead actor Wentworth Miller revealed.
In an interview with the "Today Show" on NBC, Miller shared a few things that fans can look forward to in "Prison Break" season 5. Although he has not exactly revealed how his character will come back from the dead, he said he feels privileged to reprise the role because he never thought he would come back to the show after it ended in 2009, according to the Parent Herald.
When Fox first announced that "Prison Break" will come back for season 5, fans became very excited. Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell will still play their roles as brothers Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows, respectively. more >>
Since the news that Netflix had renewed the sci-fi drama "Sense8" for a second season came out in August 2015, not much else has been heard about the critically-acclaimed Netflix web series. With no official word about a Season 2 release date, fans of the program are left to hunt for clues on when their favorite series will return to the small screen.
Luckily, several cast and crew members of "Sense8" have dropped hints about the forthcoming Season 2 release.
In December, actress Tina Desai, who plays pharmacist Kala Dandekar on the show, announced what may or may not be the start of filming for the second season of "Sense8." Just after Christmas, Desai tweeted that she was leaving Mumbai and flying to Germany. "Boarding the flight for Berlin- Sense8 S2 shoot!!!," the actress said. more >>