Former FBI Agent Liz Keen has spent much of the current season running from those who are after her – the FBI and the Cabal. Fans of the TV series "The Blacklist" will be happy to know that in the series' fall final episode this coming Thursday, Liz may be closer to regaining her freedom, according to a report in CarterMatt. The report also says that since this is the last episode before the show takes a winter break, it is likely that a lot will be revealed in the coming episode, most especially with regards to Liz's fugitive situation.
The official synopsis of the episode titled "Kings of the Highway" reads: "Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone) will be unexpectedly separated from each other when Red falls into a dangerous situation. Samar (Mozhan Marno) is going to make a risky decision to help Liz while Tom (Ryan Eggold) and Cooper (Harry Lennix) continue on their expedition to exonerate Liz."
In the episode trailer that was recently released, it shows Samar and Ressler having an argument about Liz, with Ressler accusing Samar of protecting Liz and Red, to which Samar responds by saying that if Liz is brought in, she will die. more >>
"Downton Abbey" seemed to have banished traces of God and Christianity from all its episodes, and historical advisor Alastair Bruce revealed why.
Many "Downton Abbey" fans noticed that no traces of Christianity or any religion could be seen on the show. This is because the executive producers of the series have instructed Alastair Bruce not to incorporate any religious element into the series, according to The Telegraph.
Bruce has spent several years trying to create the perfect 1912 setting for "Downton Abbey" and this responsibility covers house decors, conversations, and costumes, but he was strictly forbidden to include religion in the series. For this reason, viewers have never seen the Crawley family about to sit down to dinner and say grace, Christian Today reports. more >>
Just because she stars in one of the most popular shows on prime time television does not mean "Empire" actress Taraji P. Henson is excluded from spiritual warfare.
When asked about terrorist attacks that killed over one hundred people in Paris, France last Friday, the 45-year-old actress seemed to lean on her Christian faith to share her perspective on the matter.
"Life is spiritual warfare and it's dark against light, hate against love and death against life. I just feel like it's unbalanced right now," Henson recently told Hollywood Today Live. "Right now it appears that darkness is winning but I just know in my heart that there's more love out in the world. It always gets bad before it gets better." more >>
BBC presenter Iain Lee left his radio show after a heated on-air conversation in which he called a Christian lawyer a bigot.
On Nov. 3, Iain Lee was interviewing anti-LGBT conservative group Christian Concern's lawyer Libby Powell on-air during the BBC Three Counties Radio show when the issue of homosexuality came up. In the middle of their debate, Lee accused the lawyer of being bigoted and left the show afterward, according to the BBC.
The topic of their discussion was Christian minister Barry Trayhorn, who was jailed for referencing Biblical verses during a service. The verses he quoted were seen as homophobic. Powell was explaining the message of repentance presented in the Bible and mentioned that homosexuality is a sin. Lee then replied by saying being homophobic is tantamount to bigotry, the Daily Mail reports. more >>
In the upcoming episode of the police procedural TV series "Hawaii Five-0," the team will be conducting an undercover operation that will bring out a different side of one of its main guys, Danny "Danno" Williams (Scott Caan). According to CarterMatt, the next episode's official synopsis of the episode titled "Hana Keaka (Charade)" says that "Five-0 goes back to school when a college professor is killed and Danny goes undercover as his replacement." Except for the synopsis, details have been scarce about the circumstances of this undercover operation.
Given the characterization of the Detective Danny Williams, however, the report speculates that this will make for a "fun episode" to watch as Danny is not exactly the type who can pass for a college professor.
Another CarterMatt report also features a preview video of the next episode which reveals the circumstances why Williams was chosen to be the undercover agent. According to the report, Williams was the only plausible candidate among the team members to do the deed. As the video clip showed, while he may not be having a hard time pretending to be a professor and doing his best in investigating the case, there may be other problem areas that may be a handful for him. One of these is his relationship with his students. In the clip, one of his female students seemed to be intent on influencing her grade by making advances on Williams, which is likely going to make him very uncomfortable. It is bound to become problematic as he cannot tell her that he is a cop as it may compromise his mission. more >>
When the action-adventure supernatural TV series "Grimm" celebrated the airing of its 100th episode last November 10, the show's cast members as well as the creative team behind the series got together to celebrate the milestone. According to a report in IGN, reaching the 100th episode milestone is always major for any TV show. During the celebration, cast members were also asked about what Season 5 has in store for the show's loyal fans. Most of them hinted that the coming episodes will bring out more mysteries that are guaranteed to "turn things on their head," as the report said.
In the last aired episode of "Grimm" titled "Lost Boys," the story of Peter Pan and his band of lost boys take a grim turn as a particular group of orphaned children end up abducting Rosalee (Bree Turner) because they wanted her to be their mother. This prompted the boys Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) to go after them and save Rosalee who is in grave danger as this same group of children may have been responsible for a tragic missing persons case. Adalind, on the other hand, is trying to figure out if she can go back to work.
Towards the end of the episode, it has been revealed that the other Grimm, Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) was being held captive by some mysterious force as she is the one shown in a cell. According to the actress, when she was asked by IGN about her character, she said that although she still has her weapon of choice (the machete), she looks different. She said this about her character, "Something's changed, and you know something has happened in my life and I'm part of another world sort of. I've been in that world for quite some time and the audience doesn't know that, and you get to finally figure out where this new turn with where Trubel has gone." more >>