New development updates indicated that the new season of The CW's hit crime-fighting drama TV series "Arrow" won't only feature the new super suit of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) but also the team's new headquarter.
Entertainment Weekly shared, over the weekend, an exclusive first look at the show's concept art for Team Arrow's new lair. The new hideout is known among the show's writers as "the Arrow Bunker."
"In designing the new lair, we had to think in terms of the much larger group that Oliver [Stephen Amell] has now surrounded himself with and how Team Arrow is a much bigger enterprise," executive producer Marc Guggenheim told the publication. more >>
Summer of 2016 maybe quite a way away for fans of the Netflix comedy drama series "Orange is the New Black." That will be the time when Season 4 of "OITNB" will be released, after its third season on the streaming service, although no exact date has announced yet. While fans are eagerly anticipating the multi-awarded show, reports are already circulating about what the next season will bring and how it will treat Litchfield inmates.
According to a report in Melty, the two main cast members of the show Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon spoke with Speakeasy and shared some interesting details about their characters and what would happen to them in the next season. Schilling plays Piper Chapman while Prepon plays Alex Vause, who are both inmates of Litchfield prison, and who are entangled criminally and emotionally.
The first piece of news that Prepon confirmed is that her character is coming back, despite the fact that in the season finale of season 3, she was last seen caught in a life and death situation with a henchman of a notorious drug lord. more >>
"Red" is being brought to the small screen, through the NBC network, according to a recent report in Deadline. "Red" is a series of two movies created by Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber and starred in by Bruce Willis, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren. Shown in 2010 and next in 2013, the movies were considered sleeper box-office hits.
NBC has recently taken interest in the action-comedy movie franchise and is working with Lionsgate TV and Di Bonaventura Pictures Television to put together a one-hour long series.
The movie series itself was based on a comic book series of the same title, which was created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner and published by DC Comics arm Homage. It follows a group of retired CIA operatives who were called REDs or Retired Extremely Dangerous operatives. The group is trying to lead normal lives but are forced out of retirement when the CIA orders a hit for one of them. more >>
With Season 4 quite a long way from its release date on Netflix, more rumors have surfaced about what's going to happen to the show's power couple, Frank and Claire Underwood. As season 3 ended, the couple's marriage issues came to a head with Claire walking out of her husband during the season finale.
According to a new report in EnStars however, a new rumor is going around that the power couple, instead of calling it quits, may actually still continue to pretend that they are still together and will go through great lengths to do so. This includes adopting a baby as if to show the public that their marriage is still intact. The report however warned fans about taking this piece of news lightly but also speculated that given how the show has repeatedly "shocked" fans and viewers with unusual twists, it may possibly happen.
Another report in PopSugar mentioned the return of Doug Stamper. Stamper, played by Michael Kelly, is Frank Underwood's chief of staff who lost Frank's trust sometime in season 3. At the end of season 3, however, Stamper was able to regain some of this trust so the report said that he may be working closely with Frank once again in the upcoming season. more >>
The second half of the current fourth season of ABC Family's hit drama TV series "Switched at Birth" is due to premiere in a couple of days and a handful of plot details for the upcoming episodes are already popping online. Here's the latest we heard:
Cast member Lea Thompson revealed that the struggles of Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) would only continue come the next part of the season and this time, it would involve some money matters.
"There's going to be big financial problems with John and Kathryn and that's going to be really challenging," the actress who plays Bay's adoptive mother told E! Online. "They're so used to being able to fix everything and being the mama and papa bear, but they can't this time and that's going to be really hard on them." more >>
The first installment of "Jane The Virgin" was quite a whirlwind with the season finale showing Jane giving birth to her son Mateo who was kidnapped by Sin Rostro less than a day after he was born. Quite a dramatic ending but showrunner Jennie Urman revealed in an interview that the main character will be able to get her baby back quickly when the show returns for its sophomore season. Urman also said that season two will not revolve around the event.
"Jane will be able to laugh once she gets the baby back," Urman declared in the interview with the Hollywood Reporter. She also revealed the reason why the kidnapping had to happen and it's because it needed to close out the season in dramatic fashion.
She explained that it was necessary to offer the audience something to come back for especially since it will be on hiatus from May to October. But she confirms that season two will not take too long in solving the kidnapping issue. Other events will take place for the main characters once baby Mateo is returned, making the upcoming season more compelling. more >>