"Days of Our Lives" (DOOL) returns after a two week hiatus to give way to the Rio Olympics coverage. Spoilers for the week of August 22 reveal that everybody's favorite soap is back with a lot of drama and conflicts happening around Salem.
Kicking off the week is the conflict between Shawn and Belle over how to best guide their daughter. Claire previously told them about her decision to skip college which expectedly did not go well with her parents.
Meanwhile, Maggie gets prepped for surgery according to "Days of Our Lives" spoilers. She will no doubt be worried about the medical procedure because she might not be able to walk again after the surgery. Fortunately, the procedure will be a success and with the help of physical therapy, Maggie will be back on her feet again. However, Tate's kidnapping is something that she continues to worry over. more >>
New characters will be coming in the third season 3 of "Gotham", and the Mad Hatter (Benedict Samuel) is one of them. Recently released photos reveal how his lair looks like.
Mad Hatter's hideout revealed
The Mad Hatter, who is also known as Jervis Tetch, is a powerful hypnotist. In his quest to know what happened to his missing sister, Alice, he ends up in Gotham looking for her. more >>
Season 1 Episode 7 of "The Night Of" was reported to be as mysterious and as thrilling as ever, except for just one problem. The episode with the title 'Ordinary Death' still did not reveal if Naz was really innocent.
After viewing the latest episode of "The Night Of", viewers have more questions than answers in their minds.
Naz's parents in court more >>
A month from now, the tenth season of "The Big Bang Theory" (TBBT) will air on CBS, and the fans just could not wait to find out what's in store for the nerdy cast. It's already a fact that things are getting better with some members of the cast. Sheldon and Amy are back together and even had "coitus" for the first time in Season 9. Bernadette and Howard are expecting their first baby. But there are more relationship milestones to celebrate in Season 10 and reports say that it is going to be more than what we actually know.
Penny and Leonard to have more formal wedding
Steve Molaro, TBBT's showrunner confirmed that there will be a more formal wedding for Leonard and Penny, who eloped in Season 9. And because this is a formal wedding, viewers will finally get the chance to see Penny's family for the first time. According to reports also, fans will now see characters like Penny's mom, Susan, and her brother, who is in and out of prison because of drug charges. more >>
So far, FX has released 14 promotional videos for "American Horror Story" Season 6, but there has not been any official announcement as to what the show's next theme will be.
FX's latest teaser features a large, creepy spider exiting a human mouth. Like 'Kiss of the Spider Woman', this could be an exciting theme for next season. However, it can be recalled that FX Chief Executive Officer John Landgraf said at the Television Critics Association press tour on August 9 that some "American Horror Story" videos were simply misdirects. Landgraf wanted to tease fans further by saying, only one of the final videos will be the correct theme for Season 6.
The CEO added that they were simply enticing fans and followers of the season to use their imagination. These hypothetical plots for Season 6 are challenging viewers to find out what the most accurate theme is. more >>
"Fear the Walking Dead" Episode 8 premiered August 21 at AMC, and fans say that the first offering for Season 2B was worth waiting for. There were even reports, before this episode even aired, that "Fear the Walking Dead" was even better than "The Walking Dead", hero-wise.
Comparing the heroes, the report said that the two arrived at their respective apocalyptic situations the same way: they both woke up without knowing that zombies have already overtaken the world. The difference was that Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in "The Walking Dead" shed his morality just to survive his version of a zombie-infested world.
On the other hand, Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) from "Fear the Walking Dead" embraced a new life—from a heroin junkie to an unlikely hero. It seemed improbable for him to survive during the first few episodes of the series, but over time, his character has evolved to a more relatable version of a man in a world overrun by zombies. more >>