Things are about to get even more exciting when the fifth season of ABC's hit fantasy TV drama series "Once Upon A Time" arrives to the small screens.
A report from Entertainment Weekly revealed that "Brave" is coming to OUAT and the lead character Merida will be played by the Scottish actress, Amy Manson.
A special sneak peek was spotted during the show's panel at the recently held San Diego Comic-Con 2015 event. It featured the recognizable red-head heroine effortlessly hitting the bullseye of a target. The feisty young princess stepped further back and once again hits the mark, splitting the first arrow. She then pulls out her hood to reveal herself. more >>
A lot of details were dropped during the WB/DC TV panel in San Diego Comic-Con this weekend for the upcoming fourth season of "Arrow."
One of the biggest reveals is Stephen Amell's new costume as the Arrow. Amell wowed the crowd when he appeared in full-regalia designed by in-house costume designer Maya Mani.
It appears that the suit, which looks more like battle armor, is just in time as he is about to face yet another villain in Season 4. more >>
The cast of The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "Supernatural" appeared at the San Diego Comic-Con to dish out a handful of big details for Season 11.
One of which is mentioned by the show runner, Jeremy Carver, who said that a new circumstance will unite the Winchesters.
"We had a lot of intensely personal character stories. This year, we have more of an epic feel with a Big Bad, and a quest for the brothers to unite on," the showrunner told TVLine. more >>
Fans should expect a "bigger, bolder, and more colourful season" when the hit superhero TV drama series "Gotham" returns for its sophomore run on Fox.
Executive producer Bruno Heller said during the WB/DC TV panel in San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, saying that while Season 1 "was very much about old-school Gotham," Season 2 will be "the rise of the villains."
Also present in the event is showrunner Danny Cannon who went on to explain that the new bads arise "when people start to feel power within themselves and don't feel the urge to answer to morality." more >>
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's source material teems with adventure stories of its main characters Sherlock and his side-kick Dr. Watson. Various adaptations on television and big screen presentations may overlap with the same plotlines but as what executive producer Steven Moffat said during the panel for the BBC series "Sherlock," there would still be a lot of exciting ways to tell the exploits of the famous sleuth.
"There is a ton material that no one ever touches in Sherlock Holmes," Moffat said at Comic-Con.
"There's a whole bunch of other stories, ideas and villains that are in there. I'm not telling you which ones are taking our attention, at the moment, but there's a bunch of other stuff. There are 60 stories," he continued. "There's a whole bunch of things we can do. We can make up new stories. We can combine stories. There are a ton of great ideas, great mysteries, great ideas, great gags for us to use. We won't run out because, frankly, we make this show so incredibly slowly." more >>
Fans of the original series "Heroes" that ran between 2006 and 2010 are eagerly anticipating the upcoming "Heroes Reborn," which is said to be a continuation of the original science fiction drama series on NBC. The series is set to be aired starting Sept. 24, 2015.
The NBC network, however, has two surprises up its sleeves for fans of the series. According to a report in Tech Times, the network will be releasing something altogether different that will coincide with the series' airing and these will be two, not just one, video games that is tied to the upcoming series. Titled "Heroes Reborn: Gemini" and "Heroes Reborn: Enigma," the two video games will be released in September.
The two video games are not only tied to the new series, their stories will also reportedly serve as prequels to the new series. more >>