"Heroes" fans have been hoping for more of the original cast members to reprise their roles in "Heroes Reborn." Though we won't be seeing fan favorites Hayden Panettiere back as the indestructible cheerleader Claire, Zachary Quinto as villain Sylar, or Ali Larter as Niki Sanders, one of the original 'Heroes' has been recently confirmed to be back in the reboot.
Masi Oka, who played space-time manipulator Hiro Nakamura on "Heroes," will reprise his role as a guest star. Oka is currently a series regular in "Hawaii Five-0."
"I'm excited to return to my 'Heroes' roots," Oka said in a press release. "Hiro Nakamura was such an inspirational role to play, and I'm hoping the fans will enjoy seeing him back on TV." more >>
With Season 5 about to start in April, the "Game of Thrones" series on HBO is gearing up for its next season.
Unfortunately for some fans of the series and its creator George R.R. Martin, even season 6 may be a disappointment as the author recently announced that he is not penning a single episode for the upcoming season. Sharing the news in his blog, Martin says that he is not involved in scriptwriting this time because he would like to spend the time finishing his next book of the series "The Winds of Winter." Martin was also not involved in season 5.
Martin wrote the series of novels called "A Song of Ice and Fire" on which "The Game of Thrones" series is based. The most recent one was entitled "A Dance with Dragons" published four years ago. "The Winds of Winter" will be the sixth novel of the series. more >>
Tina Campbell is clearing up misconceptions concerning damage that she did to her husband's car which was featured on her hit reality T.V. show, "Mary Mary."
Tina, one-half of the gospel music duo Mary Mary, that is featured on the We TV show, was forced to deal with her husband's infidelities on national television. Now that she and her husband have patched things up, footage has still aired about the process of healing for the pair.
In an episode of her reality television show, punctured holes were shown in the shattered windshield of a car belonging to the singer's husband, drummer Teddy Campbell. While some speculated about her shooting bullet holes through the windshield, Tina cleared up rumors during a recent appearance on the daytime talk show, "The Real." more >>
Things are definitely getting more exciting as the first season of AMC's hugely-popular TV show series "Better Call Saul" continues with this week's penultimate episode titled "Pimento." And just like its parent show "Breaking Bad," Bob Odenkirk's prequel story of the criminal attorney, Saul Goodman, just keeps getting better as it nears its season's culmination.
Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan shared some insights on what to expect during the series finale.
"I will say what happens in the rest of the show surprised us. These characters went in directions we weren't expecting. The cast added such layers to these folks. This is the glory of television. We watched what the actors were doing as we shot the first few, and realized that some of our ideas of who these people were could be developed more," Gould told HitFix. more >>
More doses of intrigue and creepiness are to be expected as the hit thriller drama TV series "Bates Motel" continues on its third season this week.
Tthe show's lead star, Freddie Highmore, talked about his character, Norman Bates, and his gradual evolution to becoming the man it was known in "Psycho" which connects to how its relationship with its mother, Norma Bates (Vera Farmiga), will be played out for the rest of the season.
"I think the way that Norma and Norman's relationship evolves in the third season is very much one of these equals of two adults battling it out, as opposed to Norman being the son," Highmore told The Sydney Morning Herald. "I guess there's always been hints of this sort of husband/wife relationship that Norma and Norman share. And I think it goes a lot more in that direction in the third season." more >>
Filming for the highly anticipated installment of the hit science fiction TV drama series "Continuum" is reported to have already begun and is expected to wrap up within a month's time for its slated airing date.
A report from Master Herald pointed out that filming for the show's Season 4 has already started this March 26, Thursday, in Vancouver and is scheduled to finish by the middle or the last part of April.
Featured in the show's official Facebook page is a brief video of lead star Rachel Nichols (who played as the time-traveller Kiera Cameron) with co-actor Erik Knudsen (as Alec). more >>