Fans of the action-fantasy series on HBO "Game of Thrones" are bracing for an epic Season 6. The series' Season 5 ended in June 2015 and the next season will not be out until 2016. Season 5 brought about major changes, with a lot of characters killed off. So the next season should be interesting in terms of who is left standing and what their fate will be as the season progresses. HBO has not specified a release date as of yet.
According to another report in Variety, series creator George R.R. Martin is already contemplating on what kind of ending he wants for the next season. This is in relation to his giving an ending to the novel series where "Game of Thrones" was based on. Martin is currently finishing the final installment of "A Song of Ice and Fire," which will essentially signal the end of the fantasy series as well. In the report, Martin said that he has to write the ending, but that it will not be as dark as it can be expected.
"That's certainly not my intent. I've said before that the tone of the ending that I'm going for is bittersweet," he told the New York Observer. more >>
Actress Lucy Hale, who plays the fan favorite character Aria Montgomery in ABC Family's hit teen drama TV series "Pretty Little Liars" Season 6, recently appeared for a photo shoot with a magazine where she revealed a disturbing detail about her involvement with the show.
Hale, who appeared since the debut of the scripted program, told V Magazine that after five and a half seasons, there would only be one more left for her to be on the show.
"l'll be done next October with [Pretty Little Liars] forever, which is exciting, but also scary at the same time because it's the next chapter of my life and so I'm really looking forward to exploring different and darker roles," she told the publication. more >>
AMC's hit science fiction drama TV series "Humans" aired its season finale on Sunday and fans have been wondering what to expect when the show returns for Season 2.
Speaking on this matter are executive producers Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, who revealed whether or not the revived drama will take cues from the original Swedish series ("Real Humans").
"It'll be a further departure. That's not really a deliberate choice to look at the second season and say, 'We're going to do something really different.' It's very much a reflection of the organic process of adapting something," Vincent told TV Line. more >>
Barrett Foa, who plays the tech wizard Eric Beale, is about to get a little more dangerous when CBS' hit crime-fighting drama TV series "NCIS: LA" returns for its 7th season.
The computer whiz will be given the chance to expand his skills in other fields including weapon handling.
"Hetty, Linda Hunt's character, has approved my character to start training with a weapon. What? That's a terrible idea," Foa told CBS. "Hijinks will ensue." more >>
A handful of plot spoilers and teasers for the upcoming sophomore season of The CW's hit superhero drama TV series "The Flash" have emerged last week pointing out to the show's surprising way of introducing Wally to the West family plus the info about a metahuman which will arrive in Season 2.
The latest The Flash scoop from TV Linne seems to suggest that followers of the TV series who are also fans of the comic books should start unlearning what they know from the source materials. According to the report, the CW scripted program "will be putting its own twist on Keiynan Lonsdale's junior speedster" when it returns to the small screens in the coming months.
"We are a doing our special Flash magic where we take a comic book character and give it just a little bit of a 'Hmmm,' so that you're like, "Oh!" executive producer Gabrielle Stanton told the media outlet. more >>
The upcoming brand new third season of The CW's hit supernatural drama TV series "The Originals" will be bringing back one of the many interesting characters in the show.
Last week, E! News broke the news that actress Claire Holt will be reprising her role in the show as Rebekah but in her real body. Executive producer Michael Narducci, who recently appeared at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, California, teased some details about Rebekah's return and how she will be connected with the new character Aurora (played by "Pretty Little Liars" alum Rebecca Breeds).
"Aurora is part of Rebekah's sire line," the showrunner said. "So we'll get to see some flashbacks between Rebekah and Aurora, and we'll also get to see Aurora come to our present day New Orleans and wreak some fun havoc. Absolutely, that means that Claire is returning. In flashbacks, it would have to be Claire." more >>