Right before the second season of Showtime's hit horror TV drama series "Penny Dreadful" kicked off with its premiere episode titled "Fresh Hell," it was found out that Season 1's Evelyn Poole a.k.a. Madame Kali played by Helen McCrory will be the chapter's major villain.
The 46-year-old cast member dished some details about what to expect of her character this season.
"In Season 1, they were the hunters," the actress told Collider, referring to Vanessa Ives (Eva Green) and Company. "They were trying to find out Mina's whereabouts. In this season, they are the hunted and I'm the huntress." more >>
Right before the great raid of Paris took place, the recently-finished season of the hit historical TV drama series "Vikings" also featured the storyline involving the Northmen's settlement pact with King Ecbert (Linus Roache) in Wessex.
Fans may remember it didn't turn out well when the English monarch decided to annihilate the Norse people who chose to remain and till the land given to them.
Michael Hirst, the series writer, teased the possibility that the upcoming fourth season will tackle on the Wessex settlement issue. more >>
The crime procedural drama series "CSI" will mark its 15th season next year, and CBS has decided not to continue with the series, which has been experiencing dwindling ratings the past few years. The network however announced that the show will make sure it will end with an "epic finale." It recently confirmed that a CSI TV Movie is being developed and will serve as the conclusion for the series.
The two-hour special is set to be aired on Sept. 27 and will bring original cast members William Petersen as Dr. Gil Grissom and Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows. According to a report in IGN, CBS would like to "send off" the series properly, thus the decision to have a special finale. CBS network executive Kelly Kahl said that the series "was very important to the network. It was one of the shows that helped us reverse our directions. I'm very happy we can send it off in the right way."
CSI is considered a flagship series of the network, having spawned several spinoffs as well as the development of similar crime drama series in other networks. According to a report in Time, the show "ushered in a wave of procedural crime dramas with an ensemble cast that used technology-based murder-solving methods." more >>
Jimmy Fallon and U2 linked up to do an impromptu performance and surprised everyone. In disguise they pretended to play on the subway for donations … and it is AWESOME!
They all dressed up before going to perform in NYC's subway stop at 42nd street station in Manhattan. They covered their own lyrics before finally revealing that it was really them. As soon as the crowd found out, they quickly gathered and started to dance. Everyone watched on as they gave a free concert as one of the biggest bands in the whole world. This world famous group consists of Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr.
At first, everyone just goes on with their day as normal, but it is amazing to see how many people go crazy when they find out who it really was. For a fan, this is a dream come true! more >>
Joel Houston, leader of Hillsong NYC and the church's worship band Hillsong UNITED, says NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues" is "God's plan for helping people understand who Jesus is" and is expected to appear on a companion series "Beyond A.D." on Sunday when the seventh episode of the show will be aired.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's follow-up to the "Bible" returns to NBC with more from the book of Acts in the upcoming new episode, and simultaneously, Houston will appear on the series' companion talk show, "Beyond A.D."
In an interview with The Christian Post prior to taping the digital talk show on Tuesday, Houston explained that "A.D. The Bible Continues" fits God's plan for teaching people about Jesus. more >>