One of the most notable scenes in the season finale of The CW's post-apocalyptic teen drama "The 100" was the apparent selfless act of Chancellor Thelonious Jaha (Isaiah Washington) as he decided to go down with the Ark.
Drinking a bottle of liquor which was intended for celebrations, Jaha sat alone, waiting for his imminent death while giving toast for those who made their way out. Fans, who are somewhat left in disbelief are now asking, will this be the end of the leader?
Thankfully, at this summer's San Diego Comic-Con, actor Isaiah Washington spoke with the reporters and attendees about his character's decision to "go down with the ship" while at the same dished out some information on what's in store for the chancellor in Season 2. more >>
"Suits' has been officially renewed for its fifth season.
"'Suits' continues to fire on all cylinders, delivering provocative storytelling and complex characters that viewers can't get enough of," USA Network president Chris McCumber explained. "With some of the best writing on television, and a brilliant ensemble cast, we anticipate a spectacular fifth season for a series that has become a marquee property for USA."
The show has just reached the midway point of its fourth season when it aired its last episode for the year on Aug. 20, and is scheduled to come back in the early part of next year. more >>
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" posed for their first group picture together during their trip to Puerto Rico.
According to E! News, the Puerto Rico vacation will be filmed for the show's upcoming season. New cast members Demetria McKinney and Claudia Jordan posed alongside original housewives Nene Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore, and Porsha Stewart.
McKinney recently took to Instagram to post pictures of all the housewives with this caption, "#lovemylife! Performed #100 and celebrated my birthday in style and beauty with these ladies!" more >>
Niecy Nash, former host of "Clean House" and star of Reno 911, will be joining the cast of "The Mindy Project" in its upcoming season. Nash will be playing Dr. Jean Fishman, who is said to be Mindy's new antagonist at work.
Dr. Fishman is a lesbian and is the new chief of Shulman and Associates, according to Zap2It. Mindy Kaling took to Twitter to announce Nash being cast on the show.
"So psyched the hilarious @NiecyNash will be coming to play Shulman and Associates work nemesis on #themindyproject!" she wrote. more >>
The television series "Supernatural" is scheduled for a Season 10 premiere on Oct. 7 and will be picking up from where season 9 left off. Dean Winchester will become a demon.
Season 10 might be seeing the conflict between Sam and Crowley. Dean's demon transformation was not apparent to Sam at first but has realized that it was Crowley's fault and not Dean's. At this point, Sam got mad at Crowley and not at his brother Dean.
"He doesn't know that he's a demon at the beginning of Season 10. But when he finds out his brother isn't just missing, he's a demon, it doesn't piss him off. He doesn't think Dean did it on purpose or anything. He gets pissed off at Crowley instead," Padalecki told E! Online. more >>
The American television sitcom "Two and a Half Men" will air it's twelfth and last season on Oct. 30 later this year. The end of the series marks it's more than a decade run on the CBS channel and it looks like it won't finish with its original cast of characters due to multiple controversies over the years.
Charlie Sheen's character, Charlie Harper, was killed off on the first episode of Season 9 because of issues between Warner Bros.' CBS and the actor. Ashton Kutcher replaced Sheen as the character Walden Schmidt.
Angus T. Jones, who plays as Charlie's son Jake, also won't be finishing off the series as one of the original cast members. His conversion to Christianity via the Seventh-Day Adventist Church contradicted his morals with the show's raunchy humor. On March earlier this year, Jones officially announced his departure. more >>