The second half of the current fourth season of ABC Family's hit drama TV series "Switched at Birth" is due to premiere in a couple of days and a handful of plot details for the upcoming episodes are already popping online. Here's the latest we heard:
Cast member Lea Thompson revealed that the struggles of Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) would only continue come the next part of the season and this time, it would involve some money matters.
"There's going to be big financial problems with John and Kathryn and that's going to be really challenging," the actress who plays Bay's adoptive mother told E! Online. "They're so used to being able to fix everything and being the mama and papa bear, but they can't this time and that's going to be really hard on them." more >>
The first installment of "Jane The Virgin" was quite a whirlwind with the season finale showing Jane giving birth to her son Mateo who was kidnapped by Sin Rostro less than a day after he was born. Quite a dramatic ending but showrunner Jennie Urman revealed in an interview that the main character will be able to get her baby back quickly when the show returns for its sophomore season. Urman also said that season two will not revolve around the event.
"Jane will be able to laugh once she gets the baby back," Urman declared in the interview with the Hollywood Reporter. She also revealed the reason why the kidnapping had to happen and it's because it needed to close out the season in dramatic fashion.
She explained that it was necessary to offer the audience something to come back for especially since it will be on hiatus from May to October. But she confirms that season two will not take too long in solving the kidnapping issue. Other events will take place for the main characters once baby Mateo is returned, making the upcoming season more compelling. more >>
George R.R. Martin, the author of the beloved epic fantasy novel series "A Song of Ice and Fire" to which the equally popular HBO TV series "Game of Thrones" was based on, recently dished out some details as to how the story will likely to end.
When asked by Collins if everyone will end "in some horrible apocalypse," Martin admitted that he hadn't written the ending yet but the speculations are highly unlikely.
"I haven't written the ending yet, so I don't know, but no. That's certainly not my intent. I've said before that the tone of the ending that I'm going for is bittersweet. I mean, it's no secret that Tolkien has been a huge influence on me, and I love the way he ended Lord of the Rings," Martin told The Observer. more >>
Instead of the earlier reported Sept. 24 outing date, a new update for the premiere date of NBC's hit crime thriller drama TV series "The Blacklist" has been revealed.
According to reports, the network has decided to push back the onscreen return of the James Spader-led series by a week to give way for the upcoming two-hour premiere special of "Heroes: Reborn" and will take on its 9 p.m. time slot. This means "The Blacklist" Season 3 will return on Oct. 1.
Robert Greenblatt, NBC Entertainment's executive, told the media during the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills that delaying the return of "The Blacklist" will help make the revival of the 2006 science fiction TV drama series more of an event. more >>
Comedian Stephen Colbert, who is set for the premiere of his CBS "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" program in September, has said in a recent interview that as a Roman Catholic, the context of his existence is to "know God, love God, serve God."
In a wide-ranging interview with GQ magazine published earlier this week, Colbert touched upon his Catholic faith, and revealed that it helped shape who he is.
"The urge to be grateful, he said, is not a function of his faith. It's not 'the Gospel tells us' and therefore we give thanks. It is what he has always felt: grateful to be alive," GQ wrote, quoting Colbert. more >>
The air date of upcoming fifth season of New Girl might be pushed a bit to accommodate lead girl, Zooey Deschanel's pregnancy. Fox had made the announcement of New Girl Season 5 in May.
"Four seasons in, New Girl continues to be one of the smartest and most relatable comedies on television," said Fox entertainment president David Madden. "The writing is razor-sharp, the ensemble is consistently hilarious, and we couldn't be more proud of … the entire New Girl team. We absolutely love this show and we're so excited to bring it back for Season Five."
Fans are speculating that with their favourite New Girl Zooey Deschanel, now pregnant, what will happen in Season 5. Zooey has already filmed several episodes of the upcoming fifth season. New Girl creator Liz Meriwether says the central character, the "New Girl" will actually be absent for four episodes when the show returns this fall. more >>