This week's showing of the hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash" Season 1 will see yet another exciting crossover of characters from the show and its sister DC TV series "Arrow."
A report from IBTimes indicated that episode 18 titled "All Star Team Up" will see Starling City's Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) opting to visit Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) with his girlfriend Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards).
Palmer and Smoak's first order of business in Central City is to seek Barry and friends' help regarding the completion of his A.T.O.M. exosuit. more >>
Months even before the fifth season of HBO's massively popular fantasy drama TV series "Game of Thrones" kicks off its premiere episode, fans of the show already knew that Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) would eventually meet the mother of dragons, Daenerys (Emilia Clarke).
Fans of the series might be curious about what drives the younger Lannister to meet a Targaryen, whose family originally ruled Westeros.
Dinklage's interview with Entertainment Weekly revealded insights about his character and his curiosity towards the last of the dragon tamers. more >>
This week's episode of the hit science fiction crime drama TV series "Person of Interest" Season 4 will find John Reese (Jim Caviezel) taking on an old case from a slain colleague in order to honor her memory.
A report from TV Guide indicated that in the upcoming segment, Reese will try to solve a homicide case originally assigned to Detective Jocelyn "Joss" Carter (formerly Taraji P. Henson). The latter wasn't able to close the case when she met her demise in the hands of Officer Patrick Simmons (Robert John Burke) on the third season of the show.
Before she was killed, Carter was able to save Carl Elias (Enrico Colantoni). To pay back her deed, Elias enlisted Anthony Marconi (David Valcin) to take out Simmons. more >>
Bethenny Frankel has been through a lot these past few years. The "Real Housewives of New York" star has survived the cancellation of her talk show, and she's still dealing with her ongoing divorce to ex-husband Jason Hoppy.
But the 44-year old has bounced back as she's currently promoting her new book, "I Suck at Relationships So You Don't Have To" and moreover, she made her much-awaited return on the current season of "The Real Housewives of New York." The first episode of season seven, which aired last week, showed Frankel looking for a new apartment and having a meltdown while she bemoans the fact that she doesn't have a home after leaving the place she shared with Hoppy.
However, the reality star told E! News that she's far from being miserable and things are "pretty good" right now. more >>
Kim Kardashian West and her rap mogul husband Kanye West, were asked to be ambassadors of Jerusalem while visiting the city to get their daughter North West baptized Monday.
The 22-month-old toddler traveled to Armenia with her parents for five days before reaching Jerusalem, where she was baptized in the Cathedral of Saint James in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, according to The Jerusalem Post.
The celebrity couple also reportedly met with the mayor of Jerusalem, Mayor Nir Barkat. Aside from toasting to Jerusalem, Barkat spoke to The Jerusalem Post about asking the Wests "to be ambassadors of Jerusalem and to spread the message around the world that Jerusalem is open and everyone is wanted here." more >>
This week on "NCIS: New Orleans," a Navy Commander's car is stolen with his baby inside, and it's up to the NCIS team to determine if this was a random carjacking or a targeted abduction.
The episode starts with Naval Commander Josh Newman unloading his groceries from his car, and he has his nine-month old daughter Lulu in her car seat. Suddenly, someone gets into the driver's seat and steals the car, along with the baby inside it.
At first, the NCIS thought that they're looking into a carjacking, but then they get a call from Special Agent Abigail Borin who says that what they have is a kidnapping. They go with Borin and see that the car has been driven into a river—but the car seat is gone. more >>