Things are about to get even more intense as the third season of NBC's hit crime drama TV series "The Blacklist" draws to a close with a brand new episode that will get to see Red (James Spader) setting his sights on the person that took away Liz's (Megan Boone) life. However, his goal will be met with some unexpected obstacles. Will he succeed in exacting his revenge on Liz's killer?
The promo video dropped by the network gives a glimpse to some of the suspenseful moments that are to be expected in the season finale aptly titled "Alexander Kirk: Conclusion."
The clip shows Red getting more and more desperate to take down the titular character. It is quite apparent that he will allow nothing to bar him from succeeding to his goal, even if it is against the law. The next scenes show Red going on a hunter mode as he locates the enemy. more >>
The first season of CW's hit superhero mash-up drama TV series "Legends of Tomorrow" may have its lows and highs, but one thing is for sure though, the show is going to end on a high note as evident in both the synopsis and teasers of the finale aptly called "Legendary." Meanwhile, fans better brace themselves as more of their favorite DC characters are coming over for Season 2.
First off, the network released a brand new extended trailer for this week's Season 1 Finale and it offers glimpse of a big showdown between the Legends and Vandal Savage, who is quite incessant in his mission to own the whole world.
As if that issue wouldn't be enough to preoccupy the time-travelling superheroes, the video also talked about the pressing matter concerning the imminent impact of three gigantic meteors in three different time periods. more >>
Even if "Supergirl" has already departed from CBS as it flies to CW, there are still lots of reasons for the viewers to stay tuned to the network. After all, the network has bolstered its lineup with eight new riveting shows, most of which to debut this fall.
According to CBS News, the network has recently released the trailers of its upcoming new shows, and those who have seen them can only agree that things bode well for the network sans the presence of the Girl of Steel.
1. "MacGyver" more >>
Now that Melissa Benoist's "Supergirl" is moving to CW, where other DC superhero series are aired, it is very likely for Supergirl herself to lend her presence to Stephen Amell's "Arrow."
While promoting his upcoming movie "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle: Out of the Shadows," Amell was asked if there is a possibility for his show to accommodate the presence of the Girl of Steel for a guest appearance and vice versa, to which he responded poetically, "Do bears 'you know what' in the woods?"
The actor then went to answer the question more point blank as he sad that it is very likely that the crossover would happen, pointing out that CW now has four DC superhero series under its ward. For Amell, this is an opportunity that might not happen again and is a first in the history of television. Hence, he expects the people behind the respective DC superhero shows and CW to make the most of the chance. more >>
It's not completely over for all the fans of American crime drama television series "Sons of Anarchy." Ever since the series aired its final episode last December 2014, many are wondering if they will ever be able to get more adventures of the protagonist, Jax Teller. The good news is that they will have as The Boom! Studios announced that they will publish a new comic book prequel to the TV series.
In a report by The Hollywood Reporter, it stated that the antihero of the FX biker drama will return in "Sons of Anarchy: Redwood Original." It's going to be written by DC's "The Kitchen" Ollie Masters and will be illustrated by Marvel artist Luca Pizzari. Series creator Kurt Sutter will still be involved in the upcoming project as a consultant, giving his input and direction.
And even though "Redwood Original" is a prequel, it will not be going back in time too far. The story will be centering on the journey of an 18-year old Jax as he departs from high school and cope with his father J.T.'s death. He will also try to prove himself capable of stepping up to J.T.'s legacy as well as coming to terms with the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club as a whole. Masters revealed that Jax will deal with the club, his enemies, his allies and even his self. more >>
Production rolls on for the eighth installment of "Fast and Furious" and to give fans another reason to be excited for the movie, Vin Diesel announced on Thursday that Nathalie Emmanuel will make a comeback alongside other returning stars.
In an Instagram video, Diesel is seen driving Emmanuel around in a golf cart while he lip syncs to the tune of "By Your Side" by Sade. Emmanuel appears to be very excited as she smiles at the camera while swaying her head back and forth to the song. He captioned the video: "Ramsey's back! Love this girl...#F8"
The 27-year-old actress played a very important role in the previous "Fast and Furious" installment. She played Ramsey, a computer hacker, and the creator of "God's Eye," a highly technological system that is able to infiltrate data in less than five minutes. more >>