The third season of The CW's hit post-apocalyptic TV drama series "The 100" will see a much bigger world.
Show writer Aaron Ginsburg recently took to his social media to share some updates, suggesting that fans should expect to tread into a new territory.
"As is clear by Season 2, we love to expand our world in the show. What started out as the Dropship has grown to include Mount Weather, Camp Jaha, Tondc (#ripTondc), the Desert, and Finn's secret bunker," Ginsburg's Twitter post on Monday reads. "I think it's safe to say that Season 3 will expand the world even more. Prepare to be amazed..." more >>
HBO's "Game of Thrones" episode, "Kill the Boy" set a new record for illegal downloads as 2.2 million downloads of episode five occurred online.
HBO's critically acclaimed fantasy miniseries, "Game of Thrones" hit another high in piracy record as users illegally downloaded "Kill the Boy" 2.2 million times within 12 hours after the fifth episode of season five premiered on the small screen.
Anti-piracy tracking firm Excipio revealed the new download figures on Circa after illicit sites like Pirate Bay offshoots and Kicka-- Torrents offered over 20 files of episode five available for download, with the resulting number breaking a piracy world record for the popular show. more >>
The hit music drama series "Empire" on Fox has big stars lined up as guest stars for its upcoming second season. The show's second season is set to air in the fall of 2016 and it has signed up comedian Chris Rock, and musicians Lenny Kravitz and Alicia Keys to guest star in some of the episodes of the second season.
The announcement was made by Fox Network officials last Monday to a group of advertisers, as the network is gearing up for the start of another TV season for 2015. The musical drama during its pilot season featured big name stars such as Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Gladys Knight, Cuba Gooding, and Patti LaBelle. The report did not indicate however how the network will play out these stars in the new season. It was rumored that Oprah Winfrey and Common may also make an appearance but this has yet to be confirmed by the network.
"Empire" is a musical drama TV series which debuted on Fox on January 7, 2015. It follows a hip hop music and entertainment company called Empire Entertainment and the lives of the members of the family who established it as they fight for control over the successful company. It stars Terrence Howard as the family patriarch Lucious Lyon and Taraji P. Henson as Lucious' ex-wife. more >>
Last week's showing of the CW's hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash" saw the telekinetic Grodd in action. It was revealed however, that his/its appearance is only meant for Doctor Wells/Eobard Thawne (Tom Cavanagh) to distract the people in STAR Labs so that he may lay out his plans accordingly and without interruption.
In this week's episode, a huge action is expected. The plot synopsis posted on The Futon Critic indicates that Barry (Grant Gustin) will be in a dire situation that he needs to "make a big move" and by that it means reaching out to an old foe, Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller).
Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) are quick to remind Flash that Cold is a person whose trustworthiness is to be questioned. more >>
ABC's hit crime-fighting TV drama series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is now ready to kick off its two-hour finale specials for its second season and according to reports there's a lot of exciting things that fans need to look out for.
Executive producer Jeffrey Bell dished on some interesting details that viewers of the show can expect in this week's upcoming segments.
For one, there's the question of how will the events in the finale shape the lives of Agent Coulson's (Paul Gregg) team. They will certainly undergo some changes. more >>
Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the rest of the team is still reeling over from the shocking death of Agent Dornegat (Matt Jones) in the previous episode titled, "The Lost Boys." However, the Season 12 finale of "NCIS" will see Gibbs and Co. putting aside their grief to continue their hunt on the global terrorist group that is recruiting teenagers through the Internet and uses them to execute their deadly plans.
Casting news meanwhile points out actress Mimi Rogers appearing as Agent Dorneget's grieving mother. Her character, named Joanna Teague, happens to be a "tough as nails" CIA Officer. She steps up to offer her services to the team.
A series of promotional photos are shared by TV Fanatic. It features Gibbs out once again in the field talking to the locals. more >>