"Supernatural" has always had a charm that many fans keep coming back for more. Apart from the endearing brotherly bond of Sam and Dean Winchester, it's also the unexpected special episodes that keep the show interesting even when it has already entered its 11th season. The latest episode entitled "Baby" featured an episode dedicated to the Impala, which has definitely made an impact on the boys' lives. However, more than that, the surprise appearance of John Winchester, Sam and Dean's father, also made fans squeal a bit. Although the viewers saw the younger John, played by Matt Cohen, it seems satisfying enough in the meantime until Jeffrey Dean Morgan finally decides to make an appearance.
According to TV Line, the surprise guesting of Cohen was not only a surprise to the fans but to Jared Padalecki as well, who recalls his performance to be all genuine. To keep the surprise under wraps, he explains that production had to go through different lengths to keep Cohen's identity a secret, he shares, "On the call sheet, they didn't want to put Matt Cohen, so they put Leonard Cohen in case anybody picked it up," Padalecki adds, "I was like, 'That's not going to be suspicious! Oh, Leonard Cohen is doing a guest spot on Supernatural. He's going to play the troubadour."
Padalecki also says that the idea to use Cohen instead of Morgan made it more special because it turned the whole scene with him to be much more meaningful. "It was a really neat thing to do to use him instead of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who I also love, because it puts Sam in an even more awkward position. It wasn't the dad that he knew, so it had Sam really unawares… It was just such a well-thought out and well-executed script," shared Padalecki . more >>
"Girls" is definitely one of the shows that most millenials can definitely relate to, and judging by its success, it's definitely caught the attention of most TV fans. The show takes on the lives of four women, the different aspects of it, such as their careers, family life, and love life that build connection to the current generation, as well as their own struggles — big and small.
Season 5 is months away, however, the hype for it has already caused buzz everywhere. A trailer for the upcoming season has already been released, and if it is any indication of the entertainment awaiting viewers this season, then it is quite promising. In the 25-second video shown by ScreenCrush, Lena Dunham is seen wearing cycling shorts and a sports bra, revealing her body tummy freely, without any inhibition. She dances around with different women and its said to take place in a dance class. The tagline being presented is "Dance like no one is watching." The trailer is meant to be light and fun, which many hope will be like the rest of the season, however, knowing the show, drama will occur at some point.
The HBO show definitely caused some commotion in the past week with the premiere date of season 5. Initially set on Feb. 5, rumor has it that the date has caused "Game of Thrones" (GoT) to be moved even further. This has certainly upset many GoT fans as 10 months of waiting is already excruciating enough for them. However, Dunham did not let this deter her in releasesing the trailer. Now with premiere set on Feb. 21, fans can definitely mark their calendar already. more >>
The drama in "Love & Hip Hop Hollywood" is definitely rising up in each episode. The main story line that has caught the attention of many is none other than the drama among Amber Hunter, ex-boyfriend Miles Brock, and his current lover Milan Christopher. Drama started a few weeks ago when Amber learned of Miles' sexuality, which left her heartbroken to find out the truth about the man she's loved for years. However, the revelations did not end there as Miles' secret is then followed by the truth of his relationship with Milan.
In the current episode, Amber has finally had the courage to meet up with Milan to sort things out. Coming in with anger toward Milan since she blames him for ruining the relationship she had with Miles, her feelings soon changed and her anger shifted to Miles when the two of them started to exchange stories. Apparently, Miles who has been saying that he and Milan are simply "homeboys" — as he wasn't ready to come out of the closet — was actually doing some questionable things while juggling his relationships with Amber and Milan at the same time.
According to the recap by The Boombox, viewers know that although Amber and Miles already broke up, he still continued to see her. Milan revealed that Miles told him the reason for this was because Amber wouldn't let him go. This made Amber surprised to hear. Furthermore, what made Amber even more awestruck was the fact that Milan has been giving Miles' money for a while already. This means that during Miles' relationship with Amber, Milan was the one paying for Amber's rent a couple of times. more >>
"Castle" season 8's next episode will reportedly be an exciting one as Kate Beckett is rumored to change her last name during the finale.
The last episode of "Castle" season 8, titled "Mr. & Mrs. Castle," will be a great one because everything will finally fall into place and fans will be able to understand what Terence and Alexi Hawley have been doing. There have also been speculations that Kate Beckett will change her last name in the said episode, according to Design & Trend (D&T).
Castle co-showrunner Terence Paul Winter told TV Line in an interview that everything that happened from the beginning of the season will come together during the finale. But because nobody still knows what exactly will happen, fans have taken turns voicing out their speculations. more >>
"Modern Family" season 7 once again came under fire for its Halloween episode, which featured an insane asylum as the setting.
After "Modern Family's" asylum-themed Halloween episode aired on Oct. 28, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) sent the ABC Network a letter complaining about the comedy show's lack of respect to people battling mental illness. The controversial episode was actually a rerun from last year's Halloween season, according to The Venture Capital (VC) Post.
NAMI Executive Director May Giliberti's letter to ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee had earlier called for the show to shut down the episode mocking mentally disabled people, but to no avail. In a statement released by Kvia.com, Giliberti expressed NAMI's disappointment in ABC's intent to still re-air the asylum-themed Halloween episode despite a year-long conversation with the network over their concern about the issue. more >>
There's a big story line brewing for Asher in "How to Get Away With Murder" and it's going to be unfolding in the next couple of episodes. Despite being a bit in the background in the first season, it seems that Asher will be playing a crucial role in the way the current season is developing.
As viewers already know, prosecutor Emily Sinclair had made a big reveal about an event that happened in Trotter Lake in which Asher committed a bad act. This is to force Asher to switch sides and become a mole inside Annalise Keating's office. Although the secret had already come to surface, details of what actually transpired that night and the level of Asher's involvement are still locked away.
Matt McGorry, who plays Asher, tells Entertainment Weekly what is in store for his character in the future. He first likens the current flow of the story in what happens in real life, as he goes, "The true details of what happened that night are sort of always a little muddy, as they often are in these actual situations in life, which is incredibly unfortunate." He further adds the compelling current predicament of Asher, "Individual perception and intoxication make things a very complicated issue. Unlike murder, there's no such thing as justifiable rape. It's very tricky because we also live in a society that tends to not believe the victim and tends to side with the aggressor or at least give them the benefit of the doubt, and that makes for a very complicated story line." more >>