Yet another DC Comics superhero is coming over to the small screen. Latest casting report on The CW's highly anticipated action adventure TV series "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" indicated that "Reckless" alum Falk Henstchel is joining the DC TV fray as the masked and winged hero, Hawkman.
In an announcement made by the cable network, it was found out that the "Transcendence" star will play the character Carter Hall, Hawkman's alter-ego. Hall is the latest reincarnation of an Egyptian Prince "who is fated to reincarnate throughout time along with his soulmate, Kendra Saunders (played by Ciara Renee)."
In the comics, both Kendra and Carter can access the mythical powers of the Egyptian Hawk god, Horus, which enables them to become the winged warriors endowed with laser-point sight, superhuman strength, and incredible speed. more >>
Avid fans of "Game of Thrones" are on the constant lookout for details regarding the release date of the highly anticipated sixth novel in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, "Winds of Winter."
According to Parent Herald, Martin allegedly confirmed that the release date will take place before the season 6 premiere of "Game of Thrones," the TV adaptation of the book that airs on HBO. The season is reported to air in mid-March to early April, which also signifies that the book could be finished already any time prior to the airing.
Season 11 of hit TV show series "Grey's Anatomy" caught fans off guard when one of its main characters, Dr. Dereck Shepherd (played by Patrick Dempsey), died. Fans expressed their dismay with the season finale, creating major online frenzy in the attempt to bring Dempsey back.
But with McDreamy now out of the series, Meredith (played by Ellen Pompeo) is set to have a new love interest. Martin Henderson has been recruited as a series regular in the show to take the place of Dempsey. Henderson will play a new surgeon at the hospital and new lover of Meredith.
Pompeo expressed her enthusiasm about this over Twitter. more >>
The last week's showing of ABC Family's hit teen drama TV series "Pretty Little Liars" Season 6 revealed that Rosewood High School banned the Liars from attending the prom for security reasons. However, this won't stop them from having the best night of their high-school lives.
The report from International Business Times cited the synopsis for this week's episode titled "Last Dance." It said that the Rosewood school is quite determined to keep Alison (Sasha Pieterse), Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) off from its grounds during the event.
Rather than take it as a defeat, their families brew up a plan to make the best out the bad situation. They will turn the circumstances by holding a "home prom" in Spencer's barn. more >>
Lucy Lane, Lois Lane's sister, will be appearing in the upcoming superhero drama TV series from CBS, "Supergirl."
The character will appear in National City as early as in the third episode of the show. She was described to be in her "mid-20s to early 30s." She was further thought of as a "brash, funny and beautiful as her sister Lois, yet strong, smart and successful in her own right."
To stay true with the source material, she will also be introduced as an ex-girlfriend of Jimmy Olsen (Mehcad Brooks), Kara's (Melissa Benoist) CatCo media conglomerate colleague. more >>
The avid followers of Fox's hit supernatural drama TV series "Sleepy Hollow" will find the Season 3 cast member lineup and plotlines a bit more different than the previous seasons.
The new executive producer, Clifton Campbell, broke the news by saying that there will be some big changes in the upcoming installment.
"There won't be any Headless this year," the showrunner told TV Guide. "But we have a new framework and a new set of rules for the mythology. And it all starts with the introduction of our new big bad and will take us into a very interesting device which will allow us to see a somewhat more compelling, but more personal threat to both Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and Crane (Tom Mison)." more >>