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Season 2 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was a season of change for many characters. Not the least of those was Skye. The orphaned hacker turned S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent discovered who she truly was in Season 2 and that means major changes for her in Season 3.
In Agent Carter Season 1, most of Peggy Carter’s enemies were original characters created for the MCU, but it was eventually revealed that the major villain was a comics character. It was mentioned last month that Agent Carter Season 2 will include several other comic-inspired villains, and now we know the identity of the main evildoer.
Currently putting things on blast on The View, Osbourne made an off-color comment about the Latino population on a recent episode, and the following backlash has caused ABC to pull the episode from streaming sites.
Formerly, Dempsey, who played Dr. Derek Shepherd on the long-running series, has stated he was totally shocked by his character’s ultimate fate. But this week, showrunner Shonda Rhimes has stated Dempsey wanted to leave the drama.
Revenge as a series may be over, but in an era where long cancelled series can be brought back from the dead, is any series ever truly over? The President of ABC had a few words regarding the future of Revenge and they were more than a little surprising.
A network drama that is not unfamiliar with giving fan favorite characters surprising exits, Grey’s Anatomy delivered what was arguably the biggest doozy of the series so far in Season 11 when Derek met a brutal death. But don't expect ABC to show remorse.
Most of us are well aware that the actual legitimacy involved in the “unscripted” reality TV genre can often be as thin as the moral centers of those that the show focuses on. Still, Bachelor in Paradise fans might be shocked to find out that wedding apparently wasn't real.
Kermit the Frog has some really bad news for fans: Kermit and Miss Piggy have officially broken up, effective immediately. Like Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, they have made the decision to separate and to let the public in on their break-up.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may not have the highest ratings on ABC, but a long time ago it convinced us that it was a series ready to tackle bold and intricate storylines and bring us characters with complex professional lives. This season, lead Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) is getting a nemesis who should shake things up a bit.
In the wake of a tragic incident at a Zimbabwean national park, many celebrities decided to use their platforms to spread a message of conservation. Among them, Jimmy Kimmel took the time during his late-night talk show to share an emotional monologue and in return received a huge response.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. aired its Season 2 two-part finale “S.O.S.” back in May, and news has since been sparse about what to expect when the series returns in the fall.Now that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 has begin production, Marvel is throwing fans a bone by announcing first new casting.
The show chose a format that is not particularly conducive to a second season—at least not with the same cast of characters involved. Secrets and Lies is busy recasting for Season 2 and on Tuesday we learned that Lost actor Terry O’Quinn will be involved.
Just a few weeks ago, LeBron James was playing in the NBA Finals when ABC’s camera accidentally caught him adjusting his shorts. As James moved his clothes around, his penis came in full view of the audience watching at home.
Over in ShondaLand, there are no guarantees that characters and the actors that play them will be around from one season to the next. Hell, Shonda Rhimes’ newest production, the twisty drama The Catch, has already gone through multiple casting changes. And now there's someone new.
After losing his hand in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 finale, it goes without saying that Phil Coulson will be wearing some kind of prosthesis when the show returns in the fall, but there may be more to look forward to with the new hand.