ABC's "Black-ish" has always been willing to tackle on the big issues. By its very nature, the family sitcom is already a racial discourse on itself, and adds more to its weight by discussing other heavy topics on its show. This week, the Johnson family hit a little closer to home: the upcoming elections and the turning corner on Barack Obama's ending presidency.
'Black-ish' Season 3 Episode 3: Dre and Obama
"Black-ish" Season 3 Episode 3, "40 Acres and A Vote," saw to a crestfallen Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson), who's thoroughly unhappy that Obama's term is ending. He's still holding out hopes for a third term, and skipped work just to make hokey montages and slideshows of Obama's family portraits. But behind this crippling nostalgia and unproductivity is a brilliant understanding of what it's like to have the first African-American president. more >>
The new trailer for MTV's "Teen Wolf" Season 6 is now out, and it's chilling, to say the least. A teary-eyed Stiles Stilinski (Dylan O'Brien) urges the love of his life, Lydia Martin (Holland Roden) to "find some way to remember me," as he is taken away by faceless horsemen who have the power to erase entire existences from memory. But before all this, Stiles finally manages to say what "Teen Wolf" fans have been waiting for him to say: "Remember I love you," he tells Lydia, before he is whisked away.
With Stiles gone, the tone and theme for "Teen Wolf's" final season is set. The rest of Beacon Hills struggle to keep Stiles in their memory, and even Lydia lapses at first when she forgets who she was supposed to meet with. But then his best friend Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) figures out that they're all missing the same person, and eventually rallies to "save his friends and everyone."
Who does remember Stiles? more >>
The third season of BBC Two's "Peaky Blinders" left with most of the Shelby family taken away in handcuffs. The Birmingham crime drama's Season 4 will not air soon, however, fans already started speculating about the characters' fate.
Will the new installment kill Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) and bring back Grace Burgess (Annabelle Wallis)?
Tommy to Get His Death Wish? more >>
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" debuts strongly for its new season after its first installment garnered the show's highest rating for its premiere episode in eight years.
Even before the airing of the variety show's 42nd season, the fans of the show were already looking forward to watching the premiere. It did help when it was announced that Alec Baldwin struck a deal to be part of the comedy series and that the SNL opener will be hosted by Margot Robbie.
Kate McKinnon's and Alec Baldwin's Impressions of Clinton and Trump more >>
WGN's "Underground" is gaining new traction with its stellar list of guest stars and recurring characters for its second season. This time, Oscar-winning musician and Grammy award winner John Legend has signed up for a key role in the American drama's Season 2.
John Legend will be playing real-life historical figure Frederick Douglass, a famous abolitionist and author from the 19th century. Douglass was widely celebrated for his progressive political views. Born into bondage himself, he grew up to become a prominent leader in the antislavery movement and became the first African-American citizen nominated for the vice presidency in the United States.
Legend joins the long list of historical figures featured in "Underground" Season 2. It was earlier reported that "Under the Dome" star Aisha Hinds will be taking on a recurring role as Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist better known for being an armed scout and spy for the American army. Chris Chalk, on the other hand, will play renowned civil rights activist William Still, while Sadie Stratton is notorious slave trader Patty Cannon. Incidentally, Legend is also executive producer of "Underground," created and written by Misha Green and Joe Pokaski. more >>
There's just no stopping the Song-Song tandem. Korean stars Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo are shining even brighter in the eyes of their gazillions of fans following the meteoric rise to success of the hit romantic drama series, the "Descendants of the Sun."
The couple, which has been rumored to be dating each other, are two of the most in demand actors in South Korea today.
The Show Reaps a Lot of Success more >>