Last week, fans of "Arrow" were relieved upon learning that the show's hero, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), is still alive. As the Arrow makes his recovery, the next episodes will feature the Arrow team as they deal with Oliver's absence and perceived death.
According to "Arrow" producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, the first three episodes of 2015 function as one extended story arc. In an interview with Variety, Guggenheim said, "Because it's such a huge thing that happens in nine, we really needed three episodes to give it its due because those three episodes—10, 11 and 12—really are a trilogy dealing with the very real question of, 'if there is no Arrow in Starling City, who is going to save the city?'"
In Oliver's absence, many will be attempting to fill his shoes including his protégé Arsenal (Colton Hayes), his partner Diggle (David Ramsey), former girlfriend Laurel (Katie Cassidy), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh). more >>
Pushing forward towards the next episode for the second season of the hit supernatural series "The Originals," spoiler reports suggest that fans will catch a glimpse of Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) as a soldier during the World War I era.
Davis' interview with Entertainment Weekly in which he shares how the flashback scene will help further establish the concept of his character as an adept leader.
"It's a very well crafted storyline that parallels Marcel's present day situation (being trapped in the compound)," the actor told the Latin Post. "We'll get to see the birth of Marcel as a leader through flashbacks. And we'll see how he uses those skills in the present." more >>
After a short break following the coverage for President Obama's State of the Union address, the hit crime fighting TV series "Agent Carter" returns to the small screen with yet another exciting episode.
Comic Book Resources posted in their website a recently released teaser clip for this week's segment titled "The Blitzkrieg Button" and it provides some background details on how Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) grew up and found his impulse to lie.
In the video, Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) confronts Stark about the lies he's told her. The S.H.I.E.L.D. founding member pacifies the aggravated SSR officer by telling her that what he did was to protect her. more >>
Returning from its winter break, Fox's hit crime fighting TV series pushes forward to reveal more intensely gripping events on the lives of the people in "Gotham."
Last week's episode featured James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) getting back his spot as a homicide detective at Gotham City Police Department after he successfully put a stop to Jack Gruber (Christopher Heyerdahl), an Arkham Asylum escapee.
"Rogues' Gallery" also showcased the extent to which Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) can do to bring down the much powerful Don Falcone (John Doman). Needless to say, her plans ultimately led to her downfall when the sneaky Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) told "The Roman" everything. more >>
Season 3 of "Nashville"will see the coming of a popular theater performer and that he will play an "openly gay" character.
Deadline reported Friday that actor Kyle Dean Massey will be joining the country music show as Kevin Bicks. The character, according to the report, is "one of the most successful singer-songwriters in Nashville who also happens to be openly gay."
Enstarz went on to speculate that Bicks might also play as the new love interest for Will (Chris Carmack). more >>
After the huge critical and ratings success of 2014's three-way episode crossover between "Chicago Fire," "Law & Order: SVU," and "Chicago P.D.," the hit NBC shows are now reported to be doing it again "later this season."
Fans of the trio will be joining forces again in the later part of their respective seasons.
"It's a real good one. Big swings, big stakes," Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. showrunner Matt Olmstead told Enstarz. "There's nothing really cemented yet, but we're definitely doing a big, big Chicago Fire-SVU-Chicago P.D. three-way crossover coming up around Episode 20." more >>