The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "Supernatural" is now ready to air its suspenseful finale episode for its current tenth season and here's some details that fans of the show need to expect.
A report from Enstars said that tonight's segment titled "Brother's Keeper," will see Sam (Jared Padalecki) going as far as his fate allows in order to save Dean (Jensen Ackles).
Following the death of Charlie (Felicia Day), the elder Winchester went on a rampage, destroying everyone who is responsible for her death and even those who are not. Castiel (Misha Collins), for example, suffered a terrible beating from Dean in last week's episode. more >>
Chipo Chung, who stars as Mary Magdalene in the 12-part series "A.D. The Bible Continues," recently revealed her own misconceptions about her character while discussing the Bible and women's roles in the early church with The Christian Post.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's latest television series, which premiered last month before 13.1 million viewers, follows the harrowing yet uplifting story of the birth of the church.
Chung, who joins a cast that Downey said is "as diverse and beautiful as the church is around the world," delivers a stunning performance as Mary Magdalene as "A.D." explores the aftermath of Christ's death and its impact on His disciples. The actress, who is half Zimbabwean, half-Chinese, stars opposite of Argentinean actor Juan Pablo di Pace who plays Jesus, while additional roles of iconic Bible characters such as John, James, and Simon the Zealot went to actors from all over the world. more >>
NBC's hit police-procedural TV drama series "Law and Order: SVU" is now ready to kick off its Season 16 finale episode. As suggested by the title "Surrendering Noah," it is clear that the episode will tackle on the issue as to whether or not Benson (Mariska Hargitay) retains her parenthood on the baby.
Aside from the family issue, the SVU squad is also facing some sort of mutiny, with the Detectives determined to oust Benson from her position as Lieutenant.
Executive producer Warren Leight opened up recently, teasing further the role that the infamous Johnny D (Charles Halford) has in affecting Benson's adoption of the infant. more >>
NBC's hit police-procedural TV drama series "Chicago PD" is now ready to wrap up its sophomore season with a heart-stopping finale episode that would involve Voight (Jason Beghe), Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and the rest of the team getting into deep with dirty cops.
According to spoiler reports for this week's episode titled "Born Into Bad News," a retired Cmdr. Perry will enlist the help of Voight in extracting his cop-nephew from a corrupt unit, led by a certain Sgt. Roland who is played by "Army Wives" actor Jeremy Davidson.
As he and Lindsay joined Roland on a mission to rob some drug dealers, he realizes that taking down the latter could prove to be much of a challenge. Roland, after all, is younger, more menacing, and more violent than he is. more >>
The season finale for one of TV's most talked-about adventure and romance series, "Outlander" is already on its way this month and according to spoiler reports, fans should better brace themselves for more hills to climb before the show can give them a breather.
Although Jamie (Sam Heughan) has already been freed following a daring rescue at the end of last week's episode titled "Wentworth Prison," more shocking details are still expected to drop in the upcoming season ender.
E! Online's latest Spoiler Chat report for "Outlander" which indicates that there will be more "awful" scenes to expect in episode 16 "To Ransom a Man's Soul." more >>
Recognizing the success that The CW superhero drama series "The Flash" has enjoyed for its freshman season, executive producer Marc Guggenheim recently confirmed in an interview that fans should expect more light-hearted conversations and possibly more humor when "Arrow" returns to the small screen for its Season 4 run.
A report from Screen Rant cited the showrunner's recent interview with io9 in which he discussed about "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" and his new comic book, "The Infinite Adventures of Jonas Quantum."
As for "Arrow," this is what Guggenheim has to say: more >>