While CW has long renewed "Legends of Tomorrow" at the earlier part of the year, fans of the superhero series may no longer get to see most of its original cast once the show returns for its second season run later this year. With the appearance of Hourman in the finale episode of the show last week, fans can now expect that the show's season two will feature the Justice Society of America once it kicks off.
In his interview with The Hollywood Reporter, "Legends of Tomorrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim said that the final words of Patrick J. Adams' Rex Tyler/ Hourman in the finale episode of the show, where he introduced himself and his teammates in Justice Society of America is a major giveaway on what direction the show will have once it returns for its second season.
"For comic book fans, everyone knows the Justice Society is really the precursor to the Justice League, so it's a pretty big move in our DC universe here on TV," he said. more >>
There's always a good side and a bad side of Netflix shows. For one, there's this opportunity to literally binge watch every episode of the entire season of a particular show. And then the reality settles in that after seeing the entire installment, viewers are now left to wait for a long time before a new chapter arrives on the streaming list.
Sharing the pain among the fans is Krysten Ritter. Fresh from her successful portrayal in the network streaming service's hit original series "Jessica Jones" as the titular character, the actress now couldn't wait to return in front of the camera.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 34-year-old expressed her eagerness to be back on the show. Of course, fans won't be short of action in this slice of Marvel Universe. In the coming months, Netflix will finally be releasing all the episodes of "Marvel's Luke Cage" which stars Mike Colter. Meanwhile, the much-awaited "Iron Fist," starring Finn Jones as the character, is currently in production. As for Ritter's show, it won't be hitting the small screen until next year for Season 2. Eventually, all the said shows, including the Charlie Cox-starrer "Daredevil" will join up in a mash-up superhero show, "The Defenders." more >>
It came as quite a bit of a surprise when Jack Barker got the boot in the latest Season 3 of HBO's hit comedy TV series "Silicon Valley." This new development may have caused a lot of viewers to wonder if the character would return to continue making everyone's life a living hell.
For now, he is out of the picture and the problem here is the current empty seat for the Chief Executive Officer position of Pied Piper.
A preview for the upcoming episode titled "The Empty Chair" teases a shaky situation in the start-up company. It's a good thing though that Richard is taking over the reign, at least temporarily as the Interim Chief Technology Officer, but even he knows in himself that it won't be long before he gets the axe as well. Will Laurie Bream kick him out from the transitory position? more >>
Jordin Sparks found fame on the "American Idol" stage, but she recently returned to the sacred space where she developed her musical talents: the church.
The 26-year-old singer-songwriter led prayer and worship at the Angelus Temple in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday.
Fans of the comedy series "Arrested Development" will be happy to hear that another season will soon be gracing the small screens.
The previous season of "Arrested Development" ended with a shocking murder. However, it has been more than a year since the finale of the series, which had fans wondering if there will be a future of the show.
Fortunately, the creator of the series, Mitch Hurwitz, explained that there will definitely be another season for the show. As reported by IGN, Hurwitz said, "It'll happen. It'll definitely happen. I say that because the actors want to do it, the studio wants to do it, Netflix wants to do it, I want to do it. It's just making it happen. There's no one resisting." more >>
After a heartbreaking season of "Hawaii Five-0," fans are wondering just how the story will continue when season 7 airs.
The finale of "Hawaii Five-0" Season 6 saw several deaths after a bad batch of meth was released. The team witnessed the death of Gabriel (Christopher Sean) when they could not get him to the hospital in time. With that, McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and Danny (Scott Caan) decided to capture the supplier.
However, McGarrett ended up being shot which placed him in a dire situation. According to Entertainment Weekly, the executive producer of the series, Peter M. Lenkov, explained that what happened to McGarrett will play a big part in the upcoming "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7. He stated that the happenings will play a significant role in the character's development. more >>