Shonda Rhimes' political thriller television series "Scandal" is currently fielding its presidential candidates for Season 6. Much of Season 6 will zero in on Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young) and Frankie Vargas (Ricardo Chavira) vying for the highest position in the world. But as the ABC series begin to resemble much of the actual state of affairs in real life, have we been already tipped off at who will win the presidential elections?
Why Mellie Grant deserves the presidency
In an interview with Bustle, George Newbern (who plays Charlie) and Brian Letscher (Tom Larsen) hinted at the possibility of Mellie Grant winning the elections. Both actors confirmed that Shonda Rhimes and co. are currently working on a "Scandal" Season 6 return that mimics the real-life events of the 2016 elections, comparing Bellamy's Mellie Grant to Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton. more >>
TLC's "Sister Wives" is currently in a limbo as the network hasn't announced its renewal yet, prompting several reports that the reality television series has already been cancelled. Kody Brown is allegedly seeking two more wives, prompting a threat from three of his four wives that they will divorce him should he do that.
However, Kody Brown is determined to keep his wives and his show as he moved to appeal their case for legalizing polygamy, Yahoo reported. The "Sister Wives" stars are urging the court to review a decision that upheld Utah's polygamy law, which bans cohabitation with other partners while they are legally married to someone.
Their latest legal battle followed after the appeals court decided in April that they weren't charged under the Utah law. This overturned a previous ruling in favor of the "Sister Wives" family, wherein a lower court ruled the law violated polygamists' right to privacy and religious freedom. more >>
Based on an image leaked on Twitter, the title of the first episode of "The 100" Season 4 will be "Echoes." Although there is not much that can be taken from the information, it can be surmised by some as having a reference to the fate of humanity following the events that took place in the finale of last season.
Nuclear meltdown threat
In the said episode, A.L.I.E. (Erica Cerra) warned Clarke (Eliza Taylor) of an impending nuclear meltdown that will make Earth inhabitable for only six months more. In the new "The 100" Season 4, Clarke and the rest of the survivors will do everything they can to prevent that from happening. more >>
The stars of Bravo reality TV series "The Real Housewives of New York City" (RHONY) recently got off from an awkward reunion. It was understandably cringeworthy, as the night went from the ladies tiptoeing around each other, to flat-out calling each other names and calling each other out on their scandalous pasts. Following the events of RHONY Season 8, it seems as if the ladies have yet to forgive each other.
The first thing that happened on "The Real Housewives of New York City" reunion episodes was Bethenny Frankel dropping a major bomb: Tom D'Agostino, Luanne de Leseps' current flame, was caught kissing another woman on camera. But instead of flying off into a rage, Luann refrained from condemning Tom himself, and went into a self-deprecating spiral blaming herself for fighting with her philandering beau. more >>
The internet is dark and full of rumors, as "Game of Thrones" fans have come to figure out by now. They were hoping that "The Winds of Winter" could miraculously make it out before the last two seasons of the hit HBO series aired. But those hopes were quickly dashed as George R.R. Martin's US publishers moved to dispel rumors that the latest installment in "A Song of Ice and Fire" series will be out by March 9, 2017 as previously posted in Amazon France.
The reason why "The Winds of Winter" is highly anticipated is because the HBO series has finally outrun its source material and will soon sail into uncharted territory. As such, fans are anxious to stay one step ahead of the series, now known for its conspiracy theories and misdirect plotlines.
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If only fans could run the equivalent distance of 16 days until DC Comics and CW's "The Flash" returns to the small screen for its third season, they would. But fortunately, the internet is always full to the brim with spoilers, news, and updates to tide Barry Allen's (played by Grant Gustin) supporters. The bad news: things aren't looking great for The Speedster in "The Flash" Season 3.
We last saw Barry Allen in Season 2, where he had created a portal into the past and at the scene of his mother's crime. He had intervened before the Reverse Flash (Matt Letscher) landed the fatal blow that should have killed his mother, subsequently creating a different timeline called the "Flashpoint" timeline.
Official synopsis for 'The Flash' Season 3: Going normal more >>