The reunion of "Teen Mom 2" was quite a roller coaster ride, as expected by many. Many would agree that one of the main highlights of the episode was the dramatic exit of Jenelle, not once but twice, when things got too much for her.
According to US Weekly, the special was filmed months before, and just after the second season of "Teen Mom" had finished. During that time, Evans and her now ex-boyfriend and Kaiser's father, Nathan, were trying to work it out, despite having a very rocky on-off relationship all throughout the season. Jenelle became emotional right away, tearing up as she opened up how painful it was for her to watch Nathan try to make it work with someone else, while she was still hoping for more with him. She goes, "I just never thought he would just leave me and move on. And it hurts. When he completely cut me off and all I was trying to do was get him back for so long. And nothing I did was working so I just gave up, and, finally, when I gave up, he came back to me and he wanted to be back with me." She continued on sharing about her panic attacks and how this had affected her negatively.
During this time, Nathan took the time to defend himself, especially with the two charges of domestic abuse he faced before, claiming, "I really do try hard to be a rock. I don't think [there was physical abuse]. I just got my ring back." After trying to put himself in a good light, he went on to state to Jenelle, "You play the victim card." Jenelle had enough and made an impromptu exit. It then showed her explaining to the producers that Nathan had been like this for days. Nathan, on the other hand, explained to Dr. Drew that Jenelle's stories "threw him under the bus" and that there are "two sides to every story." more >>
DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" is definitely building a strong team on television. The currently confirmed lineup is impressive, and the familiar names will be certainly pulling more audience. Characters that have been featured in the "Arrow" and "The Flash" will be reprising their roles to take on their own adventures. However, the absence of one person will more likely be adamant once the season starts, which would be Robbie Amell.
Robbie Amell, a.k.a. Ronnie Raymond, alongside Martin Stein (Victor Garber), has been introduced as the superhero Firestorm since the character came into the series. However, when the cast for "Legends" was announced, it became a wonder for many why only Garber was mentioned. This became a suspicion for everyone that perhaps Amell won't be reprising his role, unlike many had hoped for. Finally, it was further confirmed when during "The Flash's" second season promo, Firestorm was seen played by Franz Drameh, despite Amell confirming that he will appear in the premiere. Drameh has been confirmed to take part of "Legends;" however, his character has not been revealed until now.
According to Screen Rant, there isn't much explanation as to how Drameh will end up replacing Amell, but it has been confirmed in the promo that his character as Jay Jackson will be the one merging with Martin using the Splicer, which Ronnie used to do. It isn't new in DC that different characters replace established ones to continue on, and it seems Firestorm is no exception as many have stepped up in the comic books to do so. As to the reason why Amell is no longer reprising his role, many think that Ronnie's disappearance will be a main factor in a developing plot for Caitlyn Snow to become a full-fledged villain, while some suggest that it is due to Amell's incredibly busy TV schedule as of the moment. more >>
"Rosewood" season 1 started off a little light, exploring more of Rosewood's charm rather than exploring a much deeper story. However, it is understandable that a premiere episode would not immediately jump into all the drama to keep the interest of the viewers on a steady increasing pace.
According to a TV Fanatic recap, in the second episode, viewers got to know more of Rosewood and his personal life. It delved more into his interpersonal relationships with the people close to him. First would be Kat, who Rosewood claims to have deeper feelings for. However, this is not evident with his actions, as being able to even introduce Kat to his family may be a sign of his lack of commitment. However, Rosewood's commitment issue may also root from the fact that he won't let anyone care for him truly because of his disease, especially not that he took his name off the transplant list.
Following this news was, of course, his admittance to his mother about it, which she certainly did not take lightly. Her pain and disbelief were evident in her eyes as she knows without this transplant, the life of his son would be inevitably cut short. She hopes that Rosewood would stop pushing people out of his life and let himself to love someone again. more >>
Reveals seem to be a main theme for soaps this week, and "The Young and The Restless" is no exception. According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, the involved character would apparently be Gabriel Bingham (Justin Hartley) who will be finally exposed as Adam Newman. This revelation has been brewing for a while, with many close calls occurring in the past. However, the one thing that will ultimately give away his identity away is the Paragon Project, in which the involvement of Ian (Ray Wise) becomes the main reason that it all fell apart.
Although Ian has been a major factor in the Paragon Project, it has always been Adam's baby. His fall will be of a domino effect kind which would start from Summer (Hunter King) recognizing Ian Ward, posing as "Fred" while talking to Phyllis (Gina Tognoni). Phyllis will figure out the truth and pass it on to Jack (Peter bergman) who will then team up with Kevin (Greg Rickaart) to put all the clues together about who can be behind the Paragon Project.
After tracking it down to Ian, the pressure will pile on Adam, as Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) will also realize the events that had recently transpired and how Adam may have lied about the time when there was a brief blackout. She will confront Adam about Ian which will lead to her being furious at his, with apologies that would more likely need to be much more than words. It seems that Adam will be taken over by remorse, as Chelsea has had enough of his lies. Chelsea then turns to Phyllis, while Adam will go to Billy (Burgess Jenkins), who won't be too happy with him either and will end into him throwing a fit of rage over Adam's actions. more >>
The murder of Paige (True O'Brien) will apparently be triggering series of events that will be involving the people around her. First would be focused on her mother Eve (Kassie DePaiva) who is still reeling from her daughter's death. It may get too much for poor Ever as the funeral occurs. According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, although quite difficult, the service may be good for Eve since it can give her some closure, enough for her to at least move on.
Furthermore, Eduardo (A Martinez) will seemingly have a change of heart as he reorganizes his priorities triggered by Paige's death, as he looks into his own distant relationship with his kids Rafe (Galen Gering) and Gabi (Camila Banus). He then tries to reach out to them, but Rafe's wall of emotional defense is as high as ever as he continues to block out any of Eduardo's attempts. Eduardo will not immediately give up though, as he will continue to do establish their lost connect while at the same time, pursuing something more meaningful.
Spoilers tease that Eduardo will also be focused on attaining justice for Paige's death, which would mean more bad news for Chad (Billy Flynn), since he is the main suspect of most people in Salem, and Eduardo will not be any different in his belief. Eduardo will then put the pressure on the police to find the killer of Paige. This will obviously spook Chad and push him to him trying to make a run for it, but Eduardo will be ahead of him. Furthermore, Chad may finally be catching on to some evidence favorable to his innocence. more >>
In the past weeks, the biggest storyline many are following would be the drama surrounding Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) and Ridge's (Thorsten Kaye) relationship. The two despite recently getting married has a lot of secrets brewing beneath their head-over-heels façade.
Viewers are aware that Ridge has had a vasectomy when he was in Paris, while Caroline is currently pregnant. The two had kept these things from each other in the beginning.
Although wanting to later on reveal the truth to one another, Ridge had gone first which put Caroline in a predicament, as that revelation had put would ultimately mean she is not carrying Ridge's child. Since then Caroline has been careful more >>