A new and exciting episode is coming this week for fans and viewers alike of MTV's hit supernatural drama TV series "Teen Wolf" Season 5 as they will see yet again the full display of Kira's (Arden Cho) new powers.
A synopsis for the segment titled "Strange Frequencies" was shared by the network (via International Business Times) and it featured a heart-pounding altercation between Kira and her mother (Tamlyn Tomita).
In the clip, Kira is seen assisting her father, Mr. Yukimura (Tom T. Choi), carrying some school supplies. The teen is apparently not excited with the family chores, especially that it is a weekend. more >>
Following a week-long break, the third season of ABC Family's hit drama TV series "The Fosters" is back with an exciting episode that will highlight one of the least-focused characters in the show.
The episode director and star of the network's hit medical drama series "Grey's Anatomy," Chandra Wilson, recently talked about the segment titled "Daughters."
This week's showing will particularly tackle on Rita Hendrick's (Rosie O' Donnell) life. Fans will be surprised to know that she actually has a mentally-challenged daughter named Chloe (Marcella Lentz-Pope). more >>
Last month, BBC One released the first look of the Christmas special segment for its wildly popular TV series "Sherlock." It featured two of its beloved characters, Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman) sported the fashion of Victorian-era London.
As confirmed by the show's executive producer, Steven Moffat, it was revealed that the year-end segment will take the characters on a totally different timeline which is separate from the mainstream series.
"The special is its own thing. We wouldn't have done the story we're doing, and the way we're doing it, if we didn't have this special. It's not part of the run of three episodes. So we had this to do it – as we could hardly conceal – it's Victorian. [Co-creator Mark Gatiss] and me, we wanted to do this, but it had to be a special, it had to be separate entity on its own. It's kind of in its own little bubble," Moffat told Entertainment Weekly. more >>
Fans of the hit British period drama TV series "Downton Abbey" can now mark their calendars and make a countdown as PBS boss Paula Kerger recently announced the highly anticipated premiere outing of the show's sixth season.
The reported finale season of the critically-acclaimed drama will start airing on Jan. 3, 2016. This was confirmed by Kerger during Television Critics' Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday.
For those who missed it, Season 6 will find the wedding about to happen for Mr. Carson (Jim Carter) and Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan). They exchanged a rather delightful conversation as what has been shown in a recently-released teaser. Hughes asked Carson if it's already the right time for him to call her "Elsie," the gentleman only blustered and exclaimed: "Not here! Not at work!" more >>
Yet another big name is coming over for the upcoming sixth season of CBS' hit police-procedural drama TV series "Hawaii Five-O."
According to a casting update from Entertainment Weekly, National Football League Hall of Famer Jerry Rice will be appearing as himself in Season 6.
The former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver will particularly debut on the show's fourth episode where he "runs into the Five-O team where McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and the gang are relaxing after a hard day of catching Hawaii's bad buys," the site wrote. more >>
The upcoming summer finale of TNT's hit police-procedural drama TV series "Major Crimes" Season 4 will feature a handful of guest stars that will surely make the event an exciting one.
According to casting updates, Patricia Wettig of ABC's "Brothers and Sisters" is coming over to the show to play the character named Virginia Ryan. The woman, who is also known by colleagues as "Fry-'Em Ryan," is a superior court judge famous among lawyers and cops as a very tough woman inside the courtroom.
In the episode titled "Fifth Dynasty," it was revealed that a past ruling decision to refuse a settlement deal with Aryan biker gang members brought in some dire consequences prompting her to call Raydor (Mary McDonnell) and her Major Crimes squad to help her solve the crime. more >>