It was previously reported that the second season of ABC's hit crime-fighting TV drama series "Agent Carter" will see the titular character (Hayley Atwell) embarking on a journey from Season 1's New York City down to Los Angeles where she is expected to find new friends as well as enemies.
Despite the new setting and the new people surrounding her, the Marvel TV adaptation needs at least a handful of familiar faces to put into the new chapter of Peggy's life.
A casting update from Entertainment Weekly said that James D' Arcy's Jarvis and Enver Gjokaj's SSR agent Daniel Sousa have already signed on as series regulars for Season 2. more >>
A new casting report for the upcoming science-fiction TV drama series "Minority Report" indicated actor Nick Zano joining the members of the cast as one of the Precogs.
A report from Entertainment Weekly said that the "Happy Ending" and "One Big Happy" star is set to play as Arthur. The actor plays as the twin brother to Stark Sands' Dash.
As suggested by the report, it appears that the Fox TV series will be changing up some details on the small screen adaptation of the Tom Cruise-led 2002 film of the same name. The Precogs are identical twins in the movie. more >>
Things are expected to get even more interesting when the seventh season of The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "The Vampire Diaries" returns to the small screen.
The latest TV scoop from TV Line said that there will be "three new vampires" heading towards Mystic Falls, two of which are lesbian lovers.
Fans will get to see Nora and Mary Louise, the show's first same-sex couple. Described as a "dangerous duo of down-low lovers with murderous tendencies," the vampires are both in their mid-20s who were able to keep their relationship "a secret for more than a century." more >>
New casting update for the upcoming second season of Starz's hit TV drama series "Outlander" indicates the inclusion of one "Harry Potter" star who will play Mother Hildegarde.
A report from TV Line said that actress Frances de la Tour has joined the growing cast member's list as the commanding Mother Superior of Paris' L'Hospital des Anges.
The 70-year-old was known for portraying the Beauxbatons headmistress and half-giantess Madame Maxime in 2005's "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire." She has also appeared in Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" as well as on BBC One's TV show "Big School." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Alan Robertson advised newlyweds John Luke and Mary Kate Robertson to "have the same mindset as Jesus" in their relationship just days before their June 26 wedding and their subsequent Australian honeymoon this week.
John Luke proposed to Mary Kate on his 19th birthday last October, and the pair tied the knot during an outdoor ceremony on the Robertson family farm in West Monroe, Louisiana, before 800 guests on Saturday. While the newlyweds are enjoying their honeymoon Down Under, John Luke's uncle, Alan, revealed his advice for the couple in an email to The Christian Post.
"In your relationship with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus," said Robertson, known as the "beardless brother" on A&E's "Duck Dynasty." more >>
The hunt for "A" is now going all-out in the 6th season of the hit teen TV drama series "Pretty Little Liars" as the Rosewood girls found more and more tidbits of information about their tormentor.
One of the pivotal points of their quest is the discovery about Charles DiLaurentis, Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Jason's (Drew Van Acker) older brother. Their father insists that his child had committed suicide at Radley Sanitarium where he was kept when he was just about 16 years of age because of his apparent mental instability.
The Liars are so sure of themselves that the only way to find out if Kenneth (Jim Abele) has told them the truth is to see Charles' remains. This is where episode 5 titled "She's No Angel" would revolve around. more >>