All bodes well for CIA agent Alex Parrish (played by Priyanka Chopra), who, based on the new "Quantico" Season 2 spoilers, will live a little while longer. SpoilerTV revealed the official title and synopses for the next two episodes, and it looks like Alex will be making some tough choices if she wants to survive the ongoing terrorist threat.
'Quantico' Season 2 Episode 3: Stescalade
"Quantico" Season 2.03 will pick up right after the events of the latest episode. Titled, "Stescalade," it's a reference to the news agency bugging in Havana, Cuba, during the 1960s, which means the latest episode may deal with espionage. The official synopsis revealed that the new CIA recruits will be doing assessment training while at the Farm. In the future, Alex will be going on an undercover mission to infiltrate the terrorist group, only to find a familiar face among the terrorists. more >>
With the long wait that the fans of "The Originals" Season 4 have to endure before its premiere, it cannot be helped that several speculations have been coming out regarding the new season's storylines. Fans have come up with many theories on who will be able to save the Mikaelsons from their fate.
The Michaelson family fate
When "The Originals" Season 4 premieres, Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan) will still be in a pain induced coma while the rest of his family will be in a suspended dreamscape. There are rumors going around that Caroline Forbes (Candice Accola) from the mother series "The Vampire Diaries" will do a crossover to the spinoff and possibly be the one to save Klaus from his impending doom. more >>
The waiting might have been long for the fans of "Chicago Fire" Season 5 but all spoilers and details that have been coming out prior to its October 11 premiere indicate that it might just be worth it. The premiere of the season titled "The Hose or the Animal" clues fans to where their favorite characters are after last season's finale.
Stella's ex resurfaces
The "Chicago Fire" Season 5 premiere will have a former "Chicago Med" actor as guest star. Guy Burnet will play the role of Grant, Stella's (Miranda Rae Mayo) unstable ex who left Chicago Med without prior notice. Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Stella have both been extra cautious and been looking for him since. In the season premiere, he will once again surface. more >>
Dr. Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) will face a big test in his career in the the third installment of "Chicago Med" Season 2. He will be taking on a very complicated heart surgery which he may not be able to complete since the case is clearly beyond him.
Going behind mentor's back
In the episode titled "Natural History", Rhodes' new patient is named Glenn Simon who happens to be a high profile personality with a lot of connections. He is also suffering from a very complicated heart condition. Rhodes will take on the case in the upcoming "Chicago Med" Season 2 episode without consulting his very challenging new mentor Dr. Latham (Ato Essandoh). more >>
It's double the holiday fun as the Tanner family returns for "Fuller House" Season 2 on Dec. 9. Given that time frame, it's likely that its Thanksgiving episode will be among, if not the, first episodes to air. Already it's anticipated as a highly special episode for a variety of reasons: from its canonical value to the stars that will be making the episode.
As noted by Cinemablend, the original "Full House" show which ran two decades ago had nary a Thanksgiving episode throughout its eight-season run. This runs contrary to most television series practices, which usually dedicates entire episodes as holiday specials. In fact, the one and only Thanksgiving special was aired during "Full House's" first season, "The Miracle of Thanksgiving." This was never followed since. more >>
The new Netflix's "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" teaser trailer has finally been released. It's not made of the usual stuff of promos: no snippets from episodes, no colorful establishing shots. Instead, in true Lemony Snicket form, the trailer consisted of a drab, abandoned Netflix set, with Patrick Warburton (who plays the titular author), dejectedly telling its audiences "not to watch" the upcoming new series.
It's played ironically, but beautifully, an homage that Lemony Snicket fans would surely appreciate. Based on the 13 bestselling novels by Daniel Handler (pseudonym: Lemony Snicket), "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" recounts the tragic tale of the three Baudelaire orphans: Violet, Klaus, and Sunny, whose parents died in a fire. They are then placed under the watch of their conniving guardian, Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris, "How I Met Your Mother"), who will stop at nothing to get the orphans' fortune.
Fans of the series would immediately recognize the distinctively self-deprecating, lugubrious tone from the books that the new Netflix show seems to have adopted as well. In the trailer, Lemony Snicket (Warburton) warned audiences that if they came to see stories where children enjoy pleasantries and colorful destinations, then "that story is streaming elsewhere." Similar sentiments were made in the book series as well in the 2004 film, "A Series of Unfortunate Events." more >>