The return of season 6B is still months away; however, it seems that the spoilers are spilling out everywhere. One of the biggest excitement that everyone is looking forward to is the big jump in the story's timeline, which is five years later. It is said that everyone will be living their own lives elsewhere, and Alison will be the only one who stayed in Rosewood because she had wanted to provide Charlotte with a family atmosphere.
Showrunner Marlene King shared with Entertainment Weekly, "The Liars have all gone away. Nobody lives in Rosewood anymore aside from Ali who stuck around to take care of Charlotte — to give her the family she never had. There's an event that happens five years later that brings them back, in part due to something that Alison needs so they have to [temporarily] leave their jobs, their mates, their homes, and come back and deal with this. Once they're there, it becomes difficult for them to leave."
Canadian actress Shay Mitchell and Keegan Allen both expressed excitement in being able to play someone close their actual ages, as well as to their viewers who have grown up with them. Their age will definitely showcase a "more adult" version of girls and what has become of them throughout the years after "A" was revealed. more >>
"How to Get Away with Murder" is on a high track as its premiere episode was definitely more than enough to get everyone excited for the possibilities the show could offer in the season.
The first episode not only revealed Rebecca Sutter's (Katie Findlay) killer, Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil), but also marked the entrance of Famke Janssen as Eve, an old friend of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), who she recommended to become the lawyer of her lover Nate (Billy Brown).
The premiere showed Eve refusing to take on Nate's case and just what her history with Annalise was all about. Apparently, Eve wasn't only a ''good friend" but rather Annalise's ex-lover. However, it doesn't seem like the spark may entirely be out as the two had proceeded their reunion with heavy make-out moment. more >>
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has steadily built a great foundation over 2 seasons, and so to say that expectations were high on the premiere of the third season is an understatement.
Last season ended with Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) being moved departments, and though for sure he will relatively be returning, it was a bit different trying to adjust to an episode where Captain Holt and Gina's (Chelsea peretti) presence was not part of the usual precinct dynamic. There were three main focus on the premiere.
The news of Bill Hader stepping in as the new captain definitely circulated in the past month, and Hader did debut in the premiere as Captain Dozerman. Although it was previously mentioned that Hader wasn't going to be actually staying that lone, no one could have guessed such a short appearance. Not long into the episode, even having established a real connection with the squad, Dozerman experienced a narrow aortic valve that had led to his death. more >>
Marvel's next superhero series on Netflix, "AKA Jessica Jones," is arriving on November 20 on the streaming service. In the run up to its premiere, Marvel has released official photos and more recently, a short teaser trailer for the show. According to reports on Empire Online, both releases give viewers a glimpse of the show's main characters.
The web-only series stars Krysten Ritter as the former superhero turned private detective Jessica Jones. The teaser trailer which was released recently is only 48 seconds long and only shows what seems to be a sleeping Jessica Jones. What the trailer reveals about the main character includes the fact that Jones starts her day late, as she is seen waking up to a 3:00 p.m. alarm. What is also apparent is that the character still possesses super human strength, when instead of turning off the alarm with the press of a button she crushes it to bits with her left hand.
According to another report on The Verge, "AKA Jessica Jones" follows the story of Jessica Jones after she is forced to retire from being the superhero Jewel. She tries to rebuild her life and sets up a detective agency in Hell's Kitchen, New York. As she sets out to investigate cases for clients, she also encounters people from her past as a superhero. more >>
David Gregory, a renowned journalist and former host of the Sunday morning political news program "Meet the Press," was inspired to reconnect with his Jewish faith by former President George W. Bush, and he details that experience in his new book How's Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey.
Gregory worked as the host of NBC's "Meet the Press" for over five years and was also a White House correspondent for the network from 2000-2008.
During that time he interviewed and built relationships with countless politicians, but Bush (43) had the biggest impact on Gregory's life after the accomplished host witnessed the former president's Christian faith in action. more >>