Fans of the hit crime-fighting TV series "Gotham" Season 1 have been gradually introduced to some of the iconic Batman characters. This week, spoiler reports suggested that viewers of the Dark Knight TV adaptation might get to see The Flying Graysons as well as the younger version of one of the series' notable villain, the Joker.
A teaser for this week's segment was released and it briefly showed a character named Jerome. Played by "Shameless" star Cameron Monaghan, showrunner Bruno Heller however doesn't confirmed whether the sinister smiling guy featured in the teaser was in fact the young Joker.
"He may or may not be The Joker," Heller informed The Hollywood Reporter. "All I can promise is that's not a bait and switch. It's a long game we're playing here." more >>
After flip-flopping between his ex-wife Tara Wallace and his current wife, Amina Buddafly, Peter Gunz has all but admitted he still loves his former partner of 12 years in the latest season of VH1's "Love & Hip Hop New York."
Peter Gunz may have finally chosen which of the women in his life he's decided to end up with, revealing he still loves Tara Wallace after having shared 12 years and two children with her.
Rumors have it, Peter has recently been shopping for an engagement ring and has plans of breaking up with his current wife to get back with his ex. more >>
NeNe Leakes has repeated her desire to quit Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" as the tail end of Season 7 looms on the horizon.
Gossip surrounding the popular reality television show claim cast member, NeNe Leakes has continued to voice her intention to leave "RHOA" due to constant pestering from other members of the cast.
Co-star Kenya Moore has also been vocal about Leaks' supposed intention, telling all who will listen she hopes Leaks never returns. If Moore gets her wish, the upcoming reunion episode may be Leakes' last one on the show. more >>
James Franco is said to be going back to his TV roots when he will star in the original series of Hulu called "11/22/63," which is based on Stephen King's bestselling novel of the same title. The nine-episode series will be Hulu's first drama series to be produced by J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions with Warner Bros. TV as the studio.
The series will follow the novel's storyline with James Franco playing the lead character Jake Epping, a high school English teacher who travels to the past through a time portal, and tries to stop the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. His quest is however will be thwarted by assassin "Lee Harvey Oswald, his falling in love and the past itself … which doesn't want to be changed."
According to a report on Variety, this series is the "first original programming collaboration" between Warner Bros. TV and Hulu. The novel's author, Stephen King, joins J.J. Abrams and Bridget Carpenter as executive producers. Carpenter will also write the teleplay for the series. more >>
After winning several awards in the Emmy's and the Golden Globes, Fargo, the dark comedy-crime television series aired on FX has started production for its second season last Jan. 19, in Calgary. According to a report on Variety, a new addition to the cast is Keir O'Donnell, most recently seen in "American Sniper." He joins other cast members such as Ted Danson, Patrick Wilson, Jean Smart, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons.
O'Donnell will play the role of Ben Schmidt, a recurring character in the second season. The report described his character as "ambitious and driven," and someone who "narced on other kids." Patrick Wilson will play one of the main characters, Lou Solverson, a Minnesota State Patrolman who recently served in the Navy in Vietnam. Ted Danson will play County Sheriff Hank Larsson, who is also Solverson's father-in-law. Jean Smart will play the matriarch of the Gerhardt crime family.
Season 2, as earlier reported, is set in a totally different period in time and place compared to the first season. It's set in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota in 1979. Hank and Lou will be investigating a case involving "a local crime gang and a major mob syndicate." more >>
Former Mars Hill Bible Church pastor and best-selling author Rob Bell told media mogul Oprah Winfrey on Sunday that the American church is "moments away" from embracing gay marriage and thinks "it's inevitable."
Bell made the statement during a Valentine's weekend episode of Winfrey's "Super Soul Sunday" television show where he appeared with his wife, Kristen, to discuss marriage and their new book, The ZimZum of Love: A New Way of Understanding Marriage.
The same-sex marriage discussion portion of the episode, which can be viewed below, starts at around the 29-minute mark where Kristen begins reading an excerpt from the book. more >>