Last year's Emmy-nominated comedy TV series, "The Last Man on Earth," has returned to the small screen for its second season when it premiered last Sunday, September 27. According to a report in the Latin Post, the next episode of the season will see Phil losing his wife and travel companion, Carol, after he unknowingly leaves her at an abandoned gas station. This happened during their road trip using their RV, in search of another place to live in.
The show's premiere episode showed the couple after they left Tucson, Arizona in their RV. Their departure, as shown at the end of first season, was prompted by the fact that the other survivors who were living with them in town wanted them out.
The report is based on a preview of episode two, which showed the two having a bit of a spat. Carol, wanting to avoid talking to Phil, opted to stay in one portion of the RV. Phil also did the same. While Carol stepped out of the RV to look around a gas station somewhere in Oklahoma, Phil got on the RV and left for Tucson, thinking that Carol was still in the vehicle. He realizes his mistake after going through several states. He tries to look for her but he could not remember where the gas station was. He also goes back to Tucson only to find the others gone and his house destroyed by a fire. more >>
Amanda Seyfried looks alright after reports surfaced about her breakup with longtime boyfriend Justin Long.
The blond actress was spotted in Beverly Hills today looking happy after the breakup reports while running today's errands. Amanda Seyfried stepped out for an appointment at Lancer Dermatology wearing shorts, Nike runners, a simple tee, a pair of sunglasses, and a big smile, according to E! Online.
Seyfried's short outdoor trip comes after news of her split with Justin Long, her boyfriend of two years, broke out. On Tuesday Night, Page Six and Us Weekly cited an insider saying the former couple announced the breakup in the most recent Us Weekly issue, the report details. more >>
A doctor from "Chicago Med" will stop by "Chicago Fire" season 4 to assist the fire-fighting group in their difficult tasks.
In the next episode of Chicago Fire season 4, Dr. Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt) from Chicago Med will drop by to lend a helping hand to the crew of fire-fighters. He will assist Brett and Chili as they go through a tedious first call in the premiere episode.
"Brett and Chili go through a pretty heavy duty first call in the first episode," Chicago Fire executive producer Matt Olmstead said in a statement to TV Line. more >>
"Grey's Anatomy" has recently returned for its new season and its second episode will feature Dr. Miranda Bailey's (Chandra Wilson) new role as Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital's chief of surgery.
Episode 2 of Grey's Anatomy season 12 is titled "Walking Tall," and it will show how the Grey Sloan doctors will be unnerved with the return of Dr. Bailey's "Nazi" attitude. It seems that the promotion will bloat up Dr. Bailey's head.
In the first episode of Grey's Anatomy season 12, Dr. Bailey competed with another candidate vying for the position of Grey Sloan Memorial's new chief of surgery. She ended up impressing Dr. Catherine Avery (Debbie Allen) and Dr. Richard Webber (James Pickens, Jr.) and snagging the position. more >>
"Scandal" has rocked the White House once again during the return of the ABC series, and as revealed in Episode 1, President Fitzgerald Grant and Olivia Pope's affair will finally come to the public's eye.
In the first episode of Scandal season 5, a yet unknown person leaked private photos of President Fitzgerald Grant (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) to Vice President Sally Langston (Kate Burton). The U.S. president will try to uncover the identity of the scandal leaker in the next episode.
Langston is one of those characters who is aiming to take down the president in any way. But she might not be working alone in executing the demolition job against Olivia and President Fitz, Den of Geek reports. more >>
National Geographic's forthcoming scripted miniseries, "Saints & Strangers," is expected to spark discussions about America's history and revitalize interest in the country's founding by its first European settlers ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
The cable network will premiere the two-night event about the 1620 voyage of the pilgrims and adventurers to the new world on Nov. 22. "Saints & Strangers" retells the story of the 101 men, women and children, many of them Christians seeking religious freedom, who traveled aboard the Mayflower from England to America and their first Thanksgiving with the Native Americans. more >>