Next month voters in the United States of America will likely elect either Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton or Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Via their campaign sites and debate arguments, Clinton and Trump have released specific plans on how they will handle matters like taxation, poverty, and the economy.
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The cast of "The Good Wife" spinoff continues to expand. "Malcolm X" actor Delroy Lindo and "Game of Thrones" star Rose Leslie have joined the CBS All Access drama to play series-regular roles.
Diane Lockhart's New Nemesis
According to The Wrap, CBS All Access announced on Thursday that the still-untitled spinoff of "The Good Wife" will introduce Lindo as Robert Boseman. The new character is a Chicago lawyer who will make Diane's (Christine Baranski) life more difficult. Robert will challenge Diane's ability to stay in the business and poach her associates and clients after she got embroiled in a financial scam. more >>
It came as no surprise to anyone when Netflix's summer sleeper hit "Stranger Things" was renewed for a second season. Its '80s-driven theme and its homages to classics like Steven Spielberg and Stephen King has propelled a huge fan base, who eagerly sniffed the ground for clues and hints for its upcoming second installment. Is Eleven dead? Is Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) incubating a second Demagorgon?
Fortunately, there are certain things fans can count on for "Stranger Things" Season 2: Its new cast members. Entertainment Weekly reported that Dacre Montgomery and Sadie Sink will be joining everyone's favorite ragtag group of kids. Montgomery will be playing a character named Billy, the stepbrother to Sink's character Max.
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It's mistake after mistake for everyone's favorite speedster, Barry Allen (played by Grant Justin), in "The Flash" Season 3. First, he messed up with the present timeline by going back into the past to save his mother and consequently creating an alternate universe called "Flashpoint". Then, he decided that this alternate timeline was not worth it after all, so he has Eobard Thawne aka Reverse Flash (Matt Letscher) to proceed killing his mother to revert back to his timeline. But then, The Flash returned to a mucked-up version of the present timeline as an inevitable consequence (and reminder): nothing good ever comes out of changing the past.
Recap of "The Flash" Season 3 Episode 2: Paradox
"The Flash" Season 3 Episode 2, "Paradox", dealt with all of that. Barry discovered that Iris West Allen (Candice Patton) and her dad Joe (Jesse Martin) were not in good terms, while Cisco Ramon's (Carlos Valdez) brother Dante died in this post-Flashpoint timeline. But instead of trying to mess up the past (again), Barry Allen fessed up to his selfish mistakes and resolved to make things right in this timeline. more >>
The body count doesn't stop for "How to Get Away with Murder" (HTGAWM) Season 3 as its fourth episode adds another death to its murdered list. This time, it's Bonnie's (Liza Weil) father, who was killed by none other than Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber). But with death comes new life, as the episode's flash forwards reveal that the body found under Annalise's burning house had been Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza), who's pregnant.
What went down: "HTGAWM 3.04: Don't Tell Annalise"
Before all that, "HTGAWM" Season 3 Episode 4 saw to Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) dealing with the freefalling crisis that is her career, after her license got revoked for slapping a client. She had sought refuge in Nate (Billy Brown), who initially tried to comfort Annalise. But Annalise later on lied about being with Bonnie when she was actually out dancing and drinking with Eve (Famke Janssen). more >>
Sometimes, different is better; and that's exactly what "Nashville" Season 5 is set to prove when it returns on January 2017. The upcoming fifth installment may be a reboot of the show after changing hands from ABC to CMT, but the new people behind its helm assured fans that "Nashville" will feature more music and more of the characters we've grown to love.
What to expect from "Nashville" Season 5
According to the new co-showrunner, Marshall Herskovitz, "Nashville" Season 5's premiere mandate had been to cut down the scripts to make room for more music. He asserted that the show was actually a crossroad of the music world, and not exclusively of country. As such, he promised a more diverse range of genres coming to the show to keep its fans interested. more >>