They had so much fun with her in the season premiere, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is bringing back Peggy Carter for another appearance. Here is our first look at her in next week’s episode “The Things We Bury.”
It’s tough to be on Dancing With The Stars. Reports from professional dancers and contestants over the years have shown the competition to be grueling and strenuous, and this season at least two of the guys competing are dealing with fairly bad injuries, one of which seemed as if it would be his downfall
In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Phil Coulson leads the main team of agents on secret missions to destroy Hydra threats and recruit any still-loyal S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to their cause. Their goal of protecting Earth’s citizens may be the same, but with prioritization becoming more important, certain elements from the original S.H.I.E.L.D. need to be put on the back burner.
John Cho just can’t catch a break. This weekend, ABC announced the end to his latest TV endeavor, #Selfie, a brand new comedy that was loosely based on George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion (later reworked into My Fair Lady. The show follows John Cho as Henry, an image expert who is hired by a social media personality named Dooley (Karen Gillan) to help her work on her brand.
Little Women is getting reworked. The story, originally written by Louisa May Alcott about four sisters and their respective paths in life, has been made into countless movies and TV programs in the past. Regardless, the new version is expected to be quite a bit different than the story fans of the novel know and love.
As the Agent Carter premiere date draws closer, the cast grows bigger. Today brings a new character, played by a White Collar alum, who isn’t like most of the other players in the show.
ABC’s Once Upon a Time has been all about Frozen this fall, creating episodes that pick up soon after the events in Disney’s hit movie. However, moving forward, the show will go back to pulling from the rest of Disney’s lengthy character lineup. This week, ABC signed on a brand new actress for a recurring role.
With only several months away until the Agent Carter premiere, Marvel has released new footage that not only summarizes the show’s plot nicely, but will get anyone excited for the eight-episode limited series.
Network television isn’t exactly known for its super racy content, but an episode of Scandal airing on October 30 certainly caused a bit of an uproar. The episode in question aired opposite a showing of It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, leading to complaints.
Every year, Jimmy Kimmel asks parents to lie to their children, telling them they ate all of the Halloween candy. Jimmy Kimmel Live! then sifts through the kid’s reactions to bring us a few moments that are priceless, and more than a few that are not so priceless, but are pretty darn funny.
Agent Carter is still several months away from its big premiere, but if you can’t wait that long, don’t worry. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. viewers will be getting another dose of Peggy Carter sooner than you expect.
Marvel has given us our first preview of the “television event” Agent Carter, which will air on Tuesdays this January during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s hiatus. Go ahead, soak in all the action.
Given its slumping ratings, it's not all that surprising that ABC has decided to pull Manhattan Love Story from the schedule. With that said, it's disappointing that the charming romantic comedy series appears to be the first official network TV casualty of the fall season.
With only months until its premiere, Agent Carter has finally filled out is main cast. Nikita actress Lyndsy Fonseca has signed on to play this important character in the eight-episode limited series.