In the last week's showing of USA Network's hit TV drama series "Mr. Robot," Elliot (Rami Malek) and the rest of the fsociety male members embarked on the trip to destroy Steel Mountain, the most secured data facility in the entire country.
Thanks to Elliot, Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) has to forgo his initial plan to just blow up the facility which, if it happened, would endanger the lives of people living around the area. The show's main protagonist instead concocted and proposed a strategy of implanting a device that could raise the temperature on a dangerous level to fry the data machines.
Unfortunately, Elliot's severe withdrawal symptoms from his morphine addiction kicked in and it derailed everything. The tech savants needed to get to a motel room to allow their young companion to detoxify. more >>
Earlier last week, Robert Kirkman, the creator and executive producer of AMC's hit post-apocalyptic TV drama series "The Walking Dead," sat with Marc Maron for his WTF podcast session.
Via Variety.com, Kirkman revealed to Maron that although the show is enjoying a massive amount of TV ratings and following from fans, it certainly must come to an end.
"It's a very popular show, and [the executives at AMC] seem to want it to go for 50 seasons. And it may go for 50 seasons, but there is definitely an end point at some point," Kirkman told Variety. "The idea is that this story that's longer than it has any business being, but it's that length and watching those characters evolve over that time that's gonna make it be this piece, that when it's all done, you'll look back on it and be like 'what the hell, I thought they were just killing zombies. There's totally an arc here and a thing going on, and I didn't think the story was about this!'" more >>
There's only about six months left before Fox's cult-classic TV series "The X-Files" returns to the small screens. Bringing along a handful of new episodes beginning Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, the reboot series brings back David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively.
Besides the pair, a new casting report from The Hollywood Reporter indicated that actors Robbie Amell ("The Flash") and Lauren Ambrose ("Six Feet Under") are coming over as guest stars in the fourth episode of the show.
Character details were currently scarce. According to the site, however, Ambrose headlines the character named Agent Einstein described as a "sharp" and "confident" operative. Amell, on the other hand, portrays Agent Miller – a "smart" and "smooth" individual. more >>
The upcoming second season of Fox's hit crime-fighting TV drama series "Gotham" is expected to see a horde of new villains coming over to terrorize the city.
Addressing during the recently-held WB/DC TV panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, executive producer Danny Cannon said that the "rise of the villains" eventually occur "when people start to feel power within themselves and don't feel the urge to answer to morality."
Cast member Ben McKenzie also explained during the event that "as the villains rise, there's an arms race, and the good guys have to increase their force as well." more >>
The casting reports for The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "The Originals" are rife with the news that "Veronica Mars" alum Jason Dohring has now signed up for a "recurring role" on the upcoming third season of the show.
Dohring portrays the role of Detective Will Kinney, who is described by The Hollywood Reporter as "a smart and confident with a very clear sense of right and wrong, who is out to bring the forces of evil to justice. And while Kinney doesn't know exactly what's going on in New Orleans, he has a strong suspicion that something strange is happening beneath the surface of the city."
Dohring's Kinney is just but one of the many newcomers in Season 3 and as it turns out, a recent item from TV Line's TV scoop segment "Ask Ausiello," points out to two of the new faces slated to join the series. more >>
On the heels of this week's news about Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) getting a wardrobe refresh, a new report indicated that fans will also get to see the character's changes of Carlos Valdez's Cisco Ramone in the second season of The CW's hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash."
The resident S.T.A.R. Labs tech-wiz will begin to see further changes as the new season enters.
It shouldn't come as a total surprise for comic book readers as they may already have known that Cisco is in fact the alter ego of the DC hero Vibe. more >>