The American supernatural television series "Teen Wolf" is on its fifth season and Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) and his pack of friends continue to fight against forces that are out to tear them apart. In episode 13, Scott and Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) were on a rescue mission to save Kira (Arden Cho) and Noshiko (Tamlyn Tomita) from a group of Skinwalkers who wanted to turn Kira into a Skinwalker after she failed her test.
In episode 14, according to a report in Enstarz, another member of the pack, Malia, played by Shelley Hennig, was out for revenge against the Desert Wolf, who as it turned out was the one who caused the car accident that killed her mother and sister. Her plans for revenge however needed to take a backseat as she has a more important mission, which is to rescue Dr. Alan Deaton (Seth Gilliam) who was taken hostage by the Desert Wolf in a previous episode of the season.
The episode titled "The Sword and the Spirit" featured this rescue mission where Malia is joined by a new ally. The report also emphasized that this was a detour but eventually, Malia will still continue her quest to exact her revenge. Hennig, the actress who plays Malia, said that nothing is going to stop her character from doing this and killing the Desert Wolf. more >>
American reality television series "Ink Master" is returning for its seventh season on March 1 on Spike TV. The upcoming season, according to a report in Enstarz, will be different from the previous ones because of its mechanics. The competition will start off with eight new tattoo artists, but as a contestant gets eliminated, his or her spot will be taken over by a veteran tattoo artist, someone who has joined the show in its previous seasons.
According to the show's promotional trailer, the eight new artists are considered to be "the strongest new batch of artists" that the show has ever seen. The veteran artists on the other hand are those artists from previous seasons who were close enough to the title of "Ink Master" but did not win. Dave Navarro, in the video, said that these veteran artists were those who felt that the title was taken away from them.
In an International Business Times report, the new batch of tattoo artists were introduced, most of which were quite young in age or in the industry. The veteran tattoo artists, however, have years of experience behind them and these include, to name a few, Sarah Miller of Pittsburgh (Season 2), Cleen Rock One of Las Vegas (Season 5) and Jime Litwalk of Orlando (Season 3). more >>
There has been so much talk over the past year over whether or not Jon Snow (Kit Harington) did, in fact, die in that scene at the end of the Season 5 finale, when he was betrayed and brutally attacked by his "sworn brothers" of the Night's Watch.
Many of the cast members of the award-winning HBO fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones" have given their comments about it and teased that controversial ending, the latest being Maisie Williams saying that she "can't say that he's going to be alive."
Harington himself has opted to mainly steer clear of the press during the show's hiatus, leaving fans to gather clues about his character's fate by keeping a close eye on the actor's hairstyle, the rationale being that if Harington chops off his hair, Snow is surely dead and done with. more >>
A new speedster is set to hit the streets of Central City. According to TVLine, actress Allison Paige, best known for her role as Bev Walters in the long-running NBC soap "Days of Our Lives," has been cast in the role of Eliza Harmon, also known as Trajectory, the first female speedster in The CW's popular DC Comics-based series.
Trajectory is set to appear in Episode 16 of the current season as a girl with a "mad desire for speed and destruction" who will arrive in Central City "intent on creating maximum chaos." The results of her actions will be mistaken as those of the Flash himself (Grant Gustin) and the superhero must then work to unveil the mystery of Trajectory/Eliza Harmon and find out what her motives are.
Apart from "Days of Our Lives," Paige's credits also include the TV series "Younger," the 2016 film "The Grounds," and the web series "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries." more >>
It was recently announced that actor Corey Hawkins, who starred in last year's critically-acclaimed biographical drama "Straight Outta Compton," has been cast in the lead role in Fox's Jack Bauer-less reboot of "24," which is to be called "24: Legacy."
Hawkins also happens to be a cast member in the current season of AMC's popular zombie apocalypse series "The Walking Dead." In it, he plays the role of Heath, one of the residents of Alexandria. Heath, a major character in the "Walking Dead" comics, appears to have been hastily added to the television series, with Hawkins first appearing on-screen at the beginning of Season 6.
Though Heath hasn't had much of a chance to shine in the series, except perhaps in that episode with Glenn (Steven Yeun) and the dumpster, the character is expected to survive the upcoming war with the much-anticipated villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). In fact, in the comics, Heath is currently still alive. Thus, Hawkins' casting as the lead in "24: Legacy" may pose a possible conundrum. more >>
Hello Democratic Caucus and Primary voters! Before you cast your ballot next month, it's time to play everyone's favorite pop quiz game …
Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?!
Playing in the game is quite simple. You will be given a series of quotes and you must determine who is responsible for them. Is it Hillary Clinton? Or is it an Extremist Rightwing Republican? more >>