This week's episode of Syfy's hit TV drama series "Defiance" will tackle on the issue with Amanda and her negotiations with the Omec. Meanwhile, Gen. Rahm Tak's army is now getting ready for an all-out attack.
The upcoming episode titled "Broken Bough" will see Amanda negotiating with the new alien race, the Omec, according to Zap2It.
TV Guide also dropped in some spoilers for the segment indicating the Tarrs' reappearance. Aside from seeing the apparent changes in the titular place, their loyalty between the humans, Votanis, and the Omec, will be tested. more >>
Despite her limited appearance in Netflix's hit superhero action-drama series "Daredevil," cast member Rosario Dawson still put high regards on her character and looks forward as to where Claire's arc will go.
"She's funny, she's wry, she's strong — she's built for that world, because she's great under pressure. She's someone — hero or not — you'd want to have in a dire situation … I really just liked her arc all the way through," Dawson told MTV News during the recent E3 event this week.
"I'm looking forward to seeing where that goes, because her eyes have been opened up to this other world — and she's crossed the line. You know, this is someone who helps people, and she's been violent now but seeing the need for it. I think there's a lot that she's having to grapple with, and I think that's what's exciting about using this show to explore street-level characters: it makes it that much more closer to us," the actress added. more >>
Things are just about to get more exciting in the next season of The CW's hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash."
Comicbook.com revealed a slew of audition tapes pointing out to scenes where Det. Joe West (Jesse L. Martin) interacts with a new character named Patty, which is short for Patty Spivot.
The clips, which are password protected, hinted Spivot's involvement in the new season as Joe's new partner and taking hints from the source materials, could also be a new love interest for Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin). more >>
The final episode of NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues" airs on Father's Day this Sunday, and the series' producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are offering wishes for dads everywhere as well as a glimpse at the season finale.
Following the ratings success of "The Bible" series, its sequel "A.D." has garnered critical acclaim, telling the story of the first 10 chapters in the book of Acts. While a second season of "A.D." hangs in the balance, the series wraps its first season this Sunday, revealing the very first Roman convert to Christianity in the final episode, titled "The Abomination."
"What has God told you?" asks Cornelius, Emperor Caligula's soldier in the exclusive sneak peek at the season finale. Cornelius is recorded as the first Gentile to convert to Christianity in the Christian faith. more >>
Production for the upcoming fourth season of The CW's hit superhero TV drama series, "Arrow," hasn't started yet but according to latest reports, one person from Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) team could be the reason for his apparent return to Starling City.
Season 3 ended with a scene where Ollie, along with Felicity Smoak (Emily Beckett Rickards), was cruising on the street away from his beloved city. It can be assumed that Arrow's work in Starling is already done after defeating Ra's Al Ghul (Matt Nable) in a duel. But the story won't be the same without Ollie in his city. So what could bring him back?
Amell's latest interaction with fans on the social media while on set for the filming of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" could be a clue He plays the live-action rendition of Casey Jones in the film. more >>
The Chobani yogurt brand released a 30-second commercial this week that features a lesbian couple naked in bed together as part of its seven-part "Love This Life" campaign which is being protested against by One Million Mom's for it's attempt to "normalize sin."
The spot, according to Chobani CMO Peter McGuinness, is all about inclusion.
"For us, it's why not [feature a same-sex couple] — not why," declared McGuiness in an interview with Adweek. "There's nothing new here, per se. Inclusion and equality has been and is foundational and fundamental to the company." more >>