One of the biggest shows to come out earlier this year, FOX's highly successful musical drama TV series "Empire" continues this week with its upcoming episode titled "False Imposition." From the hints provided by the newly released synopsis, Lucius Lyons (Terrence Howard) will do whatever it takes to advance his company.
As stated in the synopsis provided by TVGuide.com, Lucious will be facing a lot of issues as he tries to balance his family life against his work while nurturing the growth of his company in the very competitive hip hop industry. Lyons will also have to deal with the authorities concerning the death of his friend.
According to the summary, the Empire Entertainment CEO will try to get his hands on a "super-hot, chart-topping artist" from the rival Safe House Records. In doing so, he may be able to raise Empire's stock value. more >>
Fans of the hit supernatural drama TV series "Supernatural" saw that for almost the whole earlier part of its Season 10 it was all about Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam's (Jared Padalecki) quest to quell the Mark of Cain. But this won't be the case this week.
A spoiler report from BuddyTV indicated that the Winchester brothers will be reunited with their good friend Charlie (Felicia Day) whom they saw leave the Men of Letters Headquarters to live with Dorothy in Oz in Season 9.
Upon her return, the boys will notice something off with the mystical loving character. more >>
On last Monday's "Celebrity Apprentice," Kenya Moore calls Donald Trump's family as "The First Family of America," and she also showcased her musical skills in one of the tasks.
For the first task, both teams were asked to organize boat tours of New York. Sig Hansen was project manager on his team, which was composed of Kate Gosselin, Vivica A. Fox, and Geraldo Rivera. The other team, which was made up of Kenya Moore, Leeza Gibbons, Johnny Damon, and Ian Ziering were led by Brandi Glanville.
Hansen's team came up with the "Sexiest Catch" as its theme and enlisted the help of Hooters employees to be in the boat while they gave the tour. Rivera was on emcee duties and was making people very uncomfortable with his commentary, particularly when they passed the new World Trade Center and yelled, "[expletive] the terrorists! We've won!" more >>
Last week, fans of "Arrow" were relieved upon learning that the show's hero, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), is still alive. As the Arrow makes his recovery, the next episodes will feature the Arrow team as they deal with Oliver's absence and perceived death.
According to "Arrow" producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, the first three episodes of 2015 function as one extended story arc. In an interview with Variety, Guggenheim said, "Because it's such a huge thing that happens in nine, we really needed three episodes to give it its due because those three episodes—10, 11 and 12—really are a trilogy dealing with the very real question of, 'if there is no Arrow in Starling City, who is going to save the city?'"
In Oliver's absence, many will be attempting to fill his shoes including his protégé Arsenal (Colton Hayes), his partner Diggle (David Ramsey), former girlfriend Laurel (Katie Cassidy), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh). more >>
Pushing forward towards the next episode for the second season of the hit supernatural series "The Originals," spoiler reports suggest that fans will catch a glimpse of Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) as a soldier during the World War I era.
Davis' interview with Entertainment Weekly in which he shares how the flashback scene will help further establish the concept of his character as an adept leader.
"It's a very well crafted storyline that parallels Marcel's present day situation (being trapped in the compound)," the actor told the Latin Post. "We'll get to see the birth of Marcel as a leader through flashbacks. And we'll see how he uses those skills in the present." more >>
Yet another crossover will happen between two of today's TV show favorites "The Flash" and "Arrow" as reports indicate that two of the latter's cast members are headed for Central City.
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg confirmed the news that "Arrow's" Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) will once again pay Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) and friends a visit. Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) will also join Felicity in the upcoming 18th episode of the superhero show, according to Variety.
Aptly called "All-Star Team-Up," Kreisberg said that the segment will "justify Felicity's earlier appearance" in the DC TV series, which was on episode 4 "Going Rogue." more >>