The hit ABC sci-fi action series returned for its third season on September 29 and given how the previous season ended, fans are expecting so much more will happen to their favorite team of agents this season. According to a report in TV Guide, the third season will be as action-packed as the previous ones and will feature new conflicts among the series' characters as well as new challenges for the team of agents who are determined to save S.H.I.E.L.D.
This new season picks up three months after the events of Season 2. In the Season 2 finale, Ward is seen taking the leadership role in Hydra and Simmons disappearing into a Kree stone. Towards the end of the season also, Skye has begun to come to terms with her real identity and her special powers, so much so that in the third season, fans will see her not as Skye but as Daisy Johnson, also known as Quake.
In Season 3, she has fully grasped who she really is and in fact will play a bigger role in S.H.I.E.L.D. She will be taking point in looking for other Inhumans like her. This is in support of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s mission to assemble a team of Inhumans who will protect humanity from new threats. more >>
With "CSI: Cyber" set to come back for its second season in less than two days, fans are eagerly waiting for details on how to watch the crime series online and what they should expect from it.
"CSI: Cyber" season 2 will premiere on Sunday, Oct. 4, and viewers are bound to notice some changes in the cast and plot of the famous CBS crime series. Ted Danson's chararacter D.B. Russell, who was part of the original "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," will join the team of cyber crime experts in the next season, according to CBS News.
The original CSI series has come to an end after a whopping 15 seasons. So, Russell will be transferred to the cyber crime division to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan's (Patricia Arquette) crew, Cinema Blend reports. more >>
Catholic League's Bill Donohue has criticized several American mainstream news publications for failing to mention in their coverage of the Oregon shooting last week that the victims were specifically killed because they identified themselves as Christians. Donohue also claimed President Barack Obama would have been more outraged if the victims were Muslims.
"If African Americans or Muslims had been singled out, President Obama would have gone ballistic, Al Sharpton would be calling for street rallies, and CAIR would be asking for congressional investigations," Donohue argued in a statement.
"But because Christians are being cherry picked for murder, there is no call to arms. Indeed, many major media outlets aren't even telling the truth. It's obvious — 'Christian Lives Don't Matter' — either here or abroad," he added. more >>
In a show comprised by a cast as big as "The Young and the Restless," it can't be helped that at some point the show will be cutting some actors out. This is usually most common for actors whose story lines are no longer integral and have slowly faded into the background. For the soap opera genre, killing off characters is the most common way to go.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, the latest actor that could be facing the end of his days is Sean Carrigan. Carrigan plays Dr. Ben "Stitch" Rayburn in the long-time running CBS soap. Many think that one of the main reasons he may be cut is his lack of a compelling story line. His appearances have become rather much of a filler rather than a main focus, and this has been going on for the past six months.
Carrigaan renewed his contract last year to continue the issue about the paternity of Victoria's newborn baby daughter; however, afterward, his character Stitch had seemed to go stagnant to almost irrelevant. It was already forecast months ago that November sweeps may be the time when Stitch's death could be expected. It is assumed he will die in an explosion expected to occur during the Newman Ball. Chuck Pratt Jr. had already revealed sometime before about the explosion that will happen at the Newman Gala. He was quoted saying, "At least four people will die, with one being a key contract character." Apparently, one of them will die saving a main character. more >>
Fans of "The Bold and the Beautiful" will be treated to the continuous war between Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) this week. In the past few weeks, things have been quite intense with the two, especially since Steffy has successfully gained the upperhand in their last face-off when she got Ivy kicked out of the company.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, someone new will step in the ongoing feud between the two, and this character will apparently be Eric (John McCook). Ivy will be the one pulling Eric into the mess, when she comes to him for help in dealing with Steffy. Ivy hopes that Eric will be the voice of reason when it comes to Steffy so that she can work in her family's company. However, Eric won't seem to easily jump onto the Ivy wagon, and go on to figure out what's going on.
A confrontation between Eric and Steffy occurs, which will lead to the revelation of the truth of the cousin's war. Steffy will be compelled to tell Eric about the death of Aly (Ashlyn Pearce) which Ivy will follow up with her own confession of blackmailing Steffy with the cellphone video. Unlike everyone who found out the truth, Eric will be neutral and suggests that the Steffy and Ivy figure out this one for themselves as adults. more >>
In the past weeks, one of the main turning points in the mob war of the families would be the shooting of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard). This event was enough to trigger a domino effect in the chain of command, most specifically in the Corinthos family. Furthermore, with Sonny being down, the introduction of Port Charles' new big bad had come about and it's none other than Paul Hornsby (Richard Burgi).
Upon Paul's return, the original intention that everyone, including Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot) and Dillon Quartermaine (Robert Palmer Watkins), thought he had was to reconcile with his family. However, further into the weeks, it became cleaerer that Paul was posing to take over the city as the new mob boss. However, according to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, it seems that Paul's motivation for having Sonny shot had some revenge included in it.
It seems that the history goes back all the way to Karen Wexler. Karen was a teenage girl who Sonny had stripping for his club "The Paradise Lounger" and sleeping for him while keeping her drugged all that while. The connection happened during Paul's clean days, when he was a legitimate lawyer in Port Charles and had not any involvement with the mob business. One of his close friends, Jagger Cates, ended up marrying Karen, hence the desire to revenge for Jagger. However, many think that although this might have triggered the start of it all, Paul's motivation can ultimately be due to all the dirty dealings Sonny has had with the Quartermaines. more >>