"Fear the Walking Dead" is set to come back for Season 2B which will have 8 episodes set in Mexico. The show will be adding new characters and more action for the walkers.
The second half of the season will be focused on Nick's (Frank Dillane) life and journey. It will also show what happens to each character who went their own separate way.
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'Tis the season for new shows and NBC has its share of new series and shows as well. "The Good Place" will debut this fall with a cast of veteran comedians and fresh new faces. The new comedy series stars Kristen Bell from "Veronica Mars" and Ted Danson from "Cheers" among others.
Will "The Good Place'" fare well against other shows that are known to rule primetime such as "Legends of Tomorrow" from CW and Grey's Anatomy from ABC?
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One of the least-known series in Netflix is slowly gaining popularity as it has already finished sixexplosive episodes for its first season. "The Get Down" is a colorful and extravagant look at the beginnings of hip-hop set in the late 1970s. A growing number of Netflix viewers are now asking what's next for "The Get Down" now that it has finished its initial episodes. Viewers are also interested to know what will happen to Ezekiel (Justice Smith) and his childhood friends in Episode 7.
The first six episodes of "The Get Down" premiered on August 12, while the second installment is rumored to air at a yet undetermined date next year. Co-creator Stephen Adly Guirigs said that splitting the season was the decision of series producer Sony Pictures TV and Netflix, which wanted to immediately show the first six episodes after two and a half years of production. The two media giants simply wanted to get things started so they released the first six episodes at once.
Guirigs said that while the show's staff was okay about this arrangement, this affected the show creatively. He said that writers wrote the story to be happening one after the other. The full episode count for the entire season is still undecided. It is still unknown if they will do 12 or 13 episodes. more >>
Once one of the NFL's most promising stars, former quarterback Tim Tebow, is now hoping to make a homerun with an MLB team and he's already selling autographed baseball memorabilia before landing a contract — stirring up a firestorm of criticism.
Tebow will be working out for all 30 big-league teams later this month but is considered to be a longshot by some sports analysts. The biggest dust-up, however, centers on Tebow's move to market baseball collectibles.
Jason Whitlock, co-host of the Fox Sports show "Speak for Yourself," says the sports figure's decision to sign and sell baseball bats and baseballs is in bad form and shows disrespect to baseball players, especially since Tebow has yet to get signed to an MLB team — let alone play his first game. more >>
The daughter of a United Methodist Church pastor recently won a $10,000 prize on an episode of the Food Network television series "Chopped Junior."
Nine-year-old Lucy Chelton won the competition during the third season of the program that centered on cooking a snake-themed appetizer.
"When the young chefs must butcher and cook snakes in the appetizer round, will they be too squeamish to let their skills shine through? In the entree round, a dense oddball of a cake must be worked into lamb shoulder dishes," noted the Food Network. more >>
Evangelist Franklin Graham is praising Olympian Allyson Felix who became the all-time most decorated U.S. woman in Olympic track and field history during the Rio Olympics on Tuesday, after she won her seventh Olympic medal in the women's 400-meter final.
"Taking a silver in the 400 meter, Allyson Felix has just become the most decorated U.S. women's track and field athlete in history!" Graham wrote on Facebook. "She makes no secret of her Christian faith on social media. Before yesterday's big event, Allyson posted, 'I praise God for it all.' She has also said, 'I came to know Jesus Christ at a very young age. … Faith leads my life. That's definitely the reason that I run.'"
In a photo finish of the 400-m race Monday night, fellow Olympian Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas dove across the line, edging Felix for the gold by .07 seconds. more >>