The ABC limited series Agent Carter will help remedy this, as viewers will watch Peggy Carter take on bad guys in 1946 New York. However, despite taking place nearly 70 years before the present-day events of the MCU, the show will be taking opportunities to foreshadow what’s coming in the 21st century.
Marvel and DC may have their similarities with developing comic book television, but there’s one key difference between the two companies regarding TV…other than the actual characters and stories being used.
However, this week we learned that Captain America will pop up in the plot via a radio program called “The Captain America Adventure Hour” that is dedicated to the antics of Cap and his fictional dame, Betty.
Fans of Marvel know that Agent Carter will have ties to the Captain America movies, but according to series lead Haley Atwell, the series will also tie in to Marvel’s microscopic adventure Ant-Man.
It's the absolute perfect time for ABC’s Galavant to saunter onto our televisions, telling a sharp-witted fairy tale that puts a modern spin on the tropes and accompanies them with excellent songs that both broaden the story and provide a good chunk of the silly-as-shit sense of humor. I don’t love musicals, but I love Galavant.
It’s not often that Jimmy Kimmel Live! hooks up with sports events, but this year he worked to make College GameDay epic and the results are pretty hilarious. Check out Jimmy Kimmel sharing the top 14 game day signs of 2014.
We’ve been hearing about ABC’s fairytale event series Galavant for quite some time now. We’ve known for a while that the show has some pretty epic guest stars lined up, and today the ABC show has given us a look at some of the big names who are expected to pop up in the series.
Patricia Richardson hasn't done comedy since Home Improvement went off the air. But now she's set to join Tim Allen in another comedy endeavor. Find out what she'll pop up in after the jump!
When Agent Carter airs next week, viewers will watch as Peggy Carter uses her talents as a spy to stop criminals and evildoers. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the titular character dealing with her double life.
As we gather around our Charlie Brown trees and think about the special this holiday season, it’s worth remembering that it almost never hit the airwaves back in the sixties. Why were the Peanuts almost displaced during their animated debut on television?
We’ve learned that the actor will be reprising his bad boy role in a network sitcom. It’s probably not the comedy you might be thinking of. It’s ABC’s The Goldbergs, an eighties-set show that is the perfect fit for this sort of cameo appearance.
Jimmy Kimmel recounted the story of the escalating prank wars he and his wife, Molly, have engaged in with neighbors Blunt and her husband John Krasinski in recent years. Catch hilarious footage from the prank wars.
Marvel is stepping up their promotion for the limited series Agent Carter. Earlier this week the company released a new poster featuring the titular character, and now we have a clip showing Peggy getting ready for action while dealing with her life outside of the spy world.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has featured a diverse selection of guest-stars so far during Season 2, and now this Golden Globe nominee will join that list when the show returns from hiatus next year.
When Modern Family first took over ABC in 2009, its accolades and awards were completely justified and its giant ensemble cast felt completely refreshing in a TV universe still tethered to the standard quartets and sextets. But it has long since staled and the Golden Globes have finally recognized this by shunning it entirely. And it's great!