According to spoiler reports, this week's showing of the hit supernatural TV drama series "Grimm" Season 4 will continue to tackle on Juliette Silverton's (Bitsie Tulloch) transformation into a dreaded Hexenbeist. Nick (David Giuntoli), on the other hand, must come into terms with the events concerning his girlfriend while at the same time, dealing with some present issues.
A report from Zap2It indicated that in the episode titled "Mishipeshu," Nick and Hank (Russel Hornsby) will be following a murder trail which is linked to a "dark and mysterious" Native American myth.
IBTimes said that the plot for tonight's segment will focus on the ancient mythologies of the Great Lakes and the homicide which involved some local Native American power quest. This could be the biggest challenge that the duo has yet to face in their career. more >>
Things are getting more intense as the hit TV drama series from STARZ, "Outlander," continues this week with a brand new Claire and Geillis-centric episode titled "The Devil's Mark."
According to spoiler reports, tonight's segment will see Claire (Caitrona Balfe) and Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) standing trial to answer the charges of witchcraft.
The network released a sneak peek for the upcoming episode showing the two accused settling in a dark, dank pit while they await for their trail. more >>
According to spoiler reports, the next episode of the hit supernatural, fantasy TV drama series "Once Upon a Time" Season 4 will offer fans a glimpse as to how Cruella de Vil became the dog-kidnapper villain to which she is known to be.
In the Cruella-centric episode titled "Sympathy for the De Vil," the character played by Victoria Smurfit will try to create her own happy ending. To do so, she must resort to some wicked actions by kidnapping Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Regina's (Lana Parrilla) son, Henry (Jared S. Gilmore).
But first, followers of the show will get to see the events which catapulted Cruella's wicked transformation. According to Zap2it, there's actually a person behind all these. more >>
There have been a slew of reports earlier this month indicating that the hit NBC supernatural TV drama series "Constantine" has already been officially cancelled.
The recent news, however, shed light on the real situation of the TV series which was based off from the characters appearing in the comicbook, Hellblazer.
The one to bash all rumors was the show's executive producer Daniel Cerone who said that the network is still eyeing for a second helping of the Matt Ryan-led show in a statement he released with ComicBook.com. more >>
A star from The CW's "The Messengers" Jon Fletcher offered more insight to the new Rapture-based television series premiering this week, including its roots in the Bible's Book of Revelation.
Kicking off this Friday, April 17, "The Messengers" follows five individuals who suddenly die as a result of a comet striking the earth. After becoming Angels, each of the five victims gain special powers and are returned to earth in order to fight a Satan-like character known as The Man during the Armageddon. Speaking to The Christian Post ahead of the series premiere, Fletcher revealed that "The Messengers" was "built around the Book of Revelations."
"I think with any television or movie or something, there is a little dramatic license that has to be taken - the Bible wasn't written to be a screenplay, so adapting it is difficult, but I would say we stick pretty close," the actor explained. "I would definitely say the foundation of the show is built around the Book of Revelation and I would say the show is driven by faith, but I think it more speaks to a faith in each other and in humanity." more >>
After a strict Christian courtship to prevent yielding to temptation, evangelical Christian reality star Michaela, of the UPtv series "Bringing Up Bates" got engaged to her boyfriend Brandon Keilen in a surprising and elaborate affair in Virginia Saturday.
The engagement took place in Great Falls where Brandon left seven clues for Michaela to discover throughout the area. At the end, he proposed to his girlfriend, who immediately said "yes". Now the happy couple is busy planning a wedding, and fans of the reality series about the large evangelical Christian family will get to see the entire proposal when the show begins airing in June.
Throughout the courtship Michaela and Brandon were never alone together but always with a chaperone to prevent them from yielding to physical temptation. Throughout the first season of the family's reality series, viewers watched as they grew closer together and included their family in the relationship. more >>