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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ended its second season less than three weeks ago, but planning has already begun for Season 3, and when the Marvel series returns in the fall, this previously recurring character will be joining the main cast for a bigger part in the story.
Usually when a TV series builds up a character to be one of the sleaziest people in the medium, that person is kept around until well past his or her expiration date. But it looks like ABC’s Nashville is bucking that trend, and is kicking someone to the curb.
For the briefest of moments, fans of Castle were worried that the series might not make it to Season 8, or that Stana Katic might not be a part of it. The show did get renewed, but it looks like another major character will be missing next season.
Not sure if you’ve heard, but China is big business. The nation has become a massive market for western products and for western media. For these reasons it’s not surprising that Agents of SHIELD stars are doing commercials for Coca-Cola overseas. What is surprising is the ads themselves. They make absolutely no sense.
In the years since Lost staked claims in water cooler conversations, ABC has tried several times to recapture that mystery-laden throne, mostly to no avail. That may change with its newest WTF drama The Whispers.
Kimmel’s always been a huge, huge Letterman fan and the rerun is not the only way the man is paying tribute to the late night veteran. He also gave a monologue bidding farewell to Letterman last night, choking up in the process. Watch the emotional video.
Now that Tom Bergeron has joined Bob Saget and others in putting America’s Funniest Home Videos in his rear view mirror, it’s time for someone else to step up to the stage, and it looks like that person is Alfonso Ribeiro.
For the Jimmy Kimmel Live! segment ”Lie Witness News,.”Jimmy Kimmel got people talking about the Dancing with the Stars performance from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who definitely did not compete.
It looks like there’s trouble in Shondaland. Just a few days after ABC revealed it 2015-2016 TV season lineup, new Shonda Rhimes series The Catch is already making a major change.
America's Funniest Home Videos might last forever, but its hosts don’t, and Sunday night’s Season 25 finale was the last outing for Tom Bergeron, who was joined by familiar face Bob Saget, who hosted the show for the first 8 seasons.
When Patrick Dempsey made his abrupt exit from Grey’s Anatomy a few months ago, the news was shocking to many audience members who have stuck with the show over the years. As it turns out, Dempsey’s final arc was a bit of a surprise for even some of the Grey’s Anatomy cast members.
Coulson’s injury in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 finale doubles as another entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s years-long homage to a popular film franchise.
The 2015-2016 Network TV Upfronts are upon us. Along with news of renewals, cancellations and schedules, the major networks have released trailers for their upcoming Fall shows. We've got all of the trailers, along with some information on each new series...
Last night, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. wrapped up its second season with the two-part finale “S.O.S.” The Season 2 finale saw Simmons placed in an unusual predicament, leaving most fans likely confused. SPOILERS are ahead!
Shonda Rhimes has done quite well for ABC. The prolific producer has three dramas currently airing: Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and How To Get Away With Murder. Now, she’ll have a fourth, The Catch, hitting the schedule.