A new casting update from TV Line's Michael Ausiello seems to suggest that the upcoming 11th season of The CW's hit TV drama series "Supernatural" might get to see one of its fan-favorite characters return to the small screen.
According to the publication's correspondent, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is among the many people who are "anxious" to see his character John Winchester return from the dead.
"I would absolutely love to come back," he told TV Line. "There's no official talk that I know of, but I'm always in contact with Jared [Padalecki] and Jensen [Ackles] — they're very good friends of mine." more >>
Despite its popularity among TV goers, critics often point out that some of the previous seasons of HBO's hit fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones" start off at a slow pace to set up the scenes. However, the show's upcoming installment might not follow such a format.
Actress Emilia Clarke, who recently got an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Daenerys Targaryen along with Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), said the next season is "go, go, go, go." Season 6 will omit the parts where viewers get to be fed with information before the main scene is dropped.
"This season coming up, that we're about to film, there's none of that. It's just go, go, go, go. Shocking moment to shocking moment. Epic moment to epic moment. It's mental; it's epic. And definitely Dany's a part of it," she told the Los Angeles Times. more >>
Josh Duggar and his wife, Anna, welcomed the birth of their fourth child on Sunday, more than one week after her expected due date.
In a touching Instagram post shared yesterday, Josh announced that Anna gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Meredith Grace Duggar while also sharing the first official baby photo. The former "19 Kids and Counting" star said both mother and baby are doing well.
Cast member Clark Gregg recently revealed some details on the upcoming third season of ABC's hit superhero TV drama series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." One of the highlights of the conversation is about the new initiative that his Agent Coulson will take into next year, which is forming the Secret Warriors.
Gregg explained the agent's thought process as to why he needs to assemble the Secret Warriors, which will see Chloe Bennet's Skye/Daisy Johnson as its "secret weapon."
"One of the reasons why he's putting together the Secret Warriors [is], I feel like HYDRA always ... you cut off one head and others appear. I don't think we've heard the last from them," he told io9.com. "I feel like there's some disgruntled Inhumans out there, probably, and I think we'll expose some more of them. The whole world of S.H.I.E.L.D. has become more fluid and changing, and Nick Fury's out there." more >>
At the recently-held WB/DC TV panel in San Diego Comic-Con, executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed two new characters coming over for the fourth season of The CW's hit superhero TV drama series "Arrow." Tthese are Mister Terrific and Anarky, the show runner said.
Echo Kellum signed for the recurring role of Curtis Holt, a.k.a. Mr. Terrific. The "Ben and Kate" alum's character was described by Entertainment Weekly as a "technological savant and inventor who works at Palmer Technologies under the supervision of Felicity Smoak [Emily Bett Rickards]."
In the comics, however, Holt was an "extremely intelligent Olympic-level athlete who joined the Justice Society of America following the death of his wife and unborn child." more >>
Miles McPherson, pastor of The Rock Church in California, is defending Russell Wilson, the Christian NFL player who has recently been mocked for revealing that God told him to abstain from sexual activity with his singer girlfriend Ciara Harris.
The pastor interviewed Wilson, 26, in front of his congregation at The Rock Church in San Diego on July 5, where the Seattle Seahawks quarterback revealed that God spoke to him about leading his 29-year-old singer girlfriend. After a number of people turned Wilson's testimony into a joke, McPherson decided to write a Rock Church post Tuesday called "3 Things You Got Wrong About Russell Wilson."
McPherson created three questions that some of Wilson's critics brought to his attention, the first being, "Did God really speak to [Russell Wilson]?" more >>