"Arrow" season 4 episode 13 will see Nyssa giving Oliver an offer that he will find hard to turn down and the mood of the story is bound to become more intense.
The official synopsis for "Arrow" season 4's next episode titled "Sins of the Father" has just been released. Things are bound to take a bigger turn when Nyssa (Katrina Law) will offer Oliver (Stephen Amell) something that will make him think hard before refusing, according to Carter Matt.
In the previous episode of "Arrow" season 4, the League of Assassins succeeded in breaking Nyssa out of the dungeon. Malcolm Merlyn apparently did not know that she still has some supporters. Oliver and the other members of the Team Arrow were also pursuing a burglar in Star City, but they were unable to catch him and they later confirmed that they were just running after Roy Harper. Meanwhile, Thea suddenly collapsed, Design & Trend recalls. more >>
"Hawaii Five-0" season 6 is currently on a two-week hiatus, but it will come back before Valentine's Day to feature flashbacks to the team's worst date experiences.
The last episode, which aired on Jan. 22, was titled "Umia Ka Hanu." It featured an exciting mission for Lou in Chicago. He was trying to convince his former partner Clay Maxwell to admit that he was the one who pushed his wife off the cliff during an anniversary celebration in Hawaii. In the end, Clay was able to escape, the International Business Times recalls.
In addition, the previous episode also featured Kono and Chin who fell hostage to two gunmen while trying to win against McGarrett and Danny in a bet. more >>
As AMC and the cast of its popular zombie apocalypse series "The Walking Dead" have continuously teased over the last few months, the second half of TWD's Season 6 will be an absolute bloodbath. With the impending arrival of the much-anticipated villain Negan, and the rumored death of a major player, diehard fans of the series are fearing the worst.
But, as TWD creator Robert Kirkman said in an upcoming episode of "Inside the Actor's Studio," people have to die.
"Like I always said, 'People gotsta die,'" Kirkman told host James Lipton. "You never want to lose that." more >>
Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is showing some shades of Saul Goodman in the new teaser for the second season of AMC's "Better Call Saul."
The minute-long clip showed a scene from the Season 2 premiere episode, titled "Switch," and comes courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. In it, Jimmy is seen getting out of his car and entering the nail salon from which he operates his practice. He works his charm on the ladies in the salon as he picks up - and discards - his mail before stopping to get a drink of cucumber water, something he has attempted multiple times in Season 1. But when Mrs. Nguyen (Eileen Fogarty) reprimands him, saying "Cucumber water for customer only," as she usually does, Jimmy will not be denied. He smirks, throws his tie over his shoulder, and proceeds to drink straight from the tap.
Though the clip doesn't reveal much about the Season 2 plot, it does give a glimpse into Jimmy's steady transformation into his "Saul Goodman" persona. more >>
"American Horror Story," the horror anthology series on FX, has never failed to make waves in American television. After the end of season 5, which was marked by the award-winning performance of Lady Gaga, the anthology series has been renewed for a sixth season. This comes after Lady Gaga's Best Actress win in the Golden Globes. According to a report in E! Online, the show's creator Ryan Murphy has started talking to the show's cast members about what role they will play in the coming season.
According to the interview, Murphy revealed that he had started telling the show's returning cast members what character they will play because he had "too much to drink." He however did not give out any hints on what the next season's plot will be.
Among those who will be returning include Angela Bassett who played Ramona in "AHS: Hotel." According to Murphy's interview with E! News, Bassett was shocked with Murphy's revelation about her character. more >>
Fox confirmed that it had renewed its popular black comedy/horror series "Scream Queens" for a second run during last month's Television Critics Association's winter press tour. The series, which was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan, will keep some of its main cast members but will reportedly feature a new setting. The story will now move from Season 1's fictional Wallace University to a hospital for Season 2.
Though things may look very different from the previous season, fans of the show will be happy to know that there will be many familiar faces in Season 2. Deadline has reported that "Scream Queens" will keep Jamie Lee Curtis, who played the role of Cathy Munsch in Season 1, as well as Emma Roberts, who played Chanel Oberlin around for Season 2. Abigail Breslin (Libby Putney), Billie Lourd (Sadie Swenson), Lea Michele (Hester Ulrich), and Keke Palmer (Zayday Williams) will also reprise their respective roles in the series' second run.
Apart from these main cast members, fans of "Scream Queens" may also be treated to several guest appearances from celebrities from the world of pop music. According to The Wrap, Nick Jonas, who appeared in Season 1, may be returning for the show's sophomore season. more >>