The debut of "Gotham" season 2 definitely lived up to the expectations with the introduction of new villains. The first big bads of the season Theo Galavan and his sister Tabitha, a.k.a. Tigress, introduced themselves. Viewers watched Theo set free the Arkham inmates in accordance to his big plan to cause chaos in Gotham. This group is named The Maniax, and is composed of mentally unstable individuals set off to start the significant fall of the city.
According to Screen Rant, The Maniax will be Jim Gordon's biggest worry in the first half of the new season. Two members of the group are already quite familiar to Jim, which would be Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monghan), who is hinted to become the future Joker; and Barbara Kean (Erin Richards), Jim's ex-girlfriend gone insane. In the recent trailer, it seems that these latest antagonists are doing everything they can to start hell. From attacking a bus full of cheerleaders to invading the Gotham City Polic headquarters, it's apparent that fear is not at all in their vocabulary. Furthermore, from the looks of it, Barbara and Tabitha will be exploring more than a working relationship.
Recently, showrunner Bruno Heller talked to ComicBook.com in which he was asked if Court of Owls, the influential group that is suspected to have been manipulating Wayne Enterprises, will be entering the story line now that the Galavan siblings are taking on the evil. He shared, "Yeah, absolutely, [I'm interested]. I won't say that it's part of — I don't even want to say that, because I don't want to spoil part of the story. The Court of Owls is deep, deep, deep Gotham mythology. The comic book fans know about it, but I would suspect the larger audience is not so familiar. We sometimes have to make a distinction between the 'Nolan-era Batman movie fans' and the comic book fans. It's not that they're two separate audiences, just that there are two levels of engagement. Court of Owls is very much deep DC mythology." more >>
More than two decades after releasing her debut album Tisha, Hollywood actress Tisha Campbell-Martin is back with a powerful new single "Steel Here," which she said is about forgiving her alleged childhood rapist.
At age 3, Campbell, who's a Christian, was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man who apologized for the attack more than 40 years later via a five-page letter. She described the apology as a blessing and has since forgiven her attacker.
"How to Get Away with Murder" will be back for season 2 on Sept. 24 to bring viewers more cover-ups and mysteries to deal with.
On its second season, "How to Get Away with Murder" will present another dead body to hide and more explosive happenings. When the series picks up, Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and her students will be involved in a more complicated case, but she will urge them to carry on like nothing out of the ordinary happened, according to the International Business Times.
"Heroes Reborn" is set to premiere five years after the NBC series "Heroes" last aired. In the next series, the old heroes will come back to help the Evos fight for their survival.
On Sept. 24, the heroes will return to save the world on the premiere of "Heroes Reborn." However, in the reboot miniseries, people already know that there are some people who have superpowers and they have been dubbed as "Evos," which is short for evolved humans, according to the International Business Times (IBT).
"Heroes Reborn" will see new heroes cooperating with the old ones and helping each other survive in a world where they are being hunted down. In the finale of "Heroes," Claire Bennet (Hayden Panettiere) jumped off a building to show her extraordinary healing power. What she did exposed people of her kind, and now the Evos are trying to hide their abilities, the report details. more >>
"Once Upon a Time" season 5A is set to conquer the TV screens, and the new installation will present many changes in the Storybrooke characters, especially for Emma and Hook.
In the finale of "Once Upon a Time" season 4, Emma was swallowed by dark forces, casting a shadow of doubt on the future of her romantic relationship with Hook. The upcoming season of the ABC fantasy series will focus on Emma's evolution into the Dark One, according to Design N Trend (DNT).
In an interview with Yahoo! News, executive producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz revealed a few details about what will happen in the fifth season of "Once Upon a Time." The co-creators began by saying they did not mean to incite anger among fans by separating Jennifer Morrison's character (Emma) from Colin O'Donoghue's Hook. They said the relationship of the characters will undergo a few changes, the report details. more >>
In a surprising move, Stephen Colbert apologized to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday night on "The Late Show."
Stephen Colbert had a chance to put Donald Trump on the hotseat during Tuesday's "The Late Show" episode, but he surprisingly apologized to the real estate mogul. The comedian who has been known for his outrageous remarks about Trump, also discussed the latter's position in various hot issues in the country, according to USA Today.
In 2012, Colbert offered to dip his balls in the GOP candidate's mouth in exchange for $1 million. His interview with Trump has been widely anticipated by all his fans, The Daily Beast reports. more >>