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While Marvel TV fans are excited that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is back on the air, a few us are already looking forward to the return of Agent Carter. We already know about some of the ways they’ll be shaking up Season 2, but now we know we'll get to meet Jarvis' wife as well.
On HBO’s Game of Thrones, actress Natalie Dormer oozes ambition and situation-based savvy as the sometimes-queen Margaery, and it’s no surprise that she’s got that kind of a personality in real life, evidenced by her feelings toward being compared to Kermit's new girlfriend.
Competitor Kim Zolciak—famous for being on Real Housewives of Atlanta--suffered a mini-stroke after competing on the big show. Due to her health issues, she was withdrawn from the series, but now the ABC competition series is working to bring the reality star back.
Bergeron has guided viewers through the dancing talents of celebrities large and small as they compete for the top prize. Unfortunately, Bergeron announced last night that he’ll be missing tonight’s episode of Dancing With The Stars. Here's why.
Marvel has been leaving their unique mark on television in recent years, from telling spy adventures on ABC to spotlighting their street-level heroes on Netflix. Now the House of Ideas is expanding their presence on the small screen with comedy.
The Muppets made their long-awaited return to television last week, and despite the fact that they're universally beloved, ABC’s The Muppets managed to largely split audiences and critics. It happened to us, too, and here's where we say whether the show is or isn't worth bailing on.
Shows are settling into the schedule at this point and have already hit some highs or lows. We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s looking more and more as if Castle is going to be doing a lot of the latter.
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 premiere looked to the future by setting into motion events that will play a factor next year in Captain America: Civil War.
You know how in school, it was always kind of funny when somebody’s name was printed wrong, or two people’s names and pictures were mixed up? Well it’s less funny when the mistake isn’t being made by a couple of high schoolers, but rather a major TV network.
Sides are being chosen in Marvel’s big Civil War planned for next summer. While the actual fighting will be limited to those already on the movie screen, even Marvel’s TV world is considering where they would line up if they were on the front lines.
The fall TV landscape can be a vicious beast. When new shows premiere each year, they face the double whammy of having to entice audiences and the critics, the latter of whom can sometimes be loud in their approval or disapproval of projects.
If you’re competing on Dancing with the Stars you would hope that the worst health issue you might have to deal with would be a pulled muscle. Unfortunately, for one contestant the health scare is significantly bigger than that.
Once Upon a Time fans have been anticipating watching Jennifer Morrison’s Emma Swan take a turn to the dark side. But it appears that a large chunk of the audience wasn’t exactly willing to watch that transition as it happened live.
Everything needed is there to create a glitzy, PG-13-type breakout series that plays well across demographics, but unfortunately, Quantico never achieves its lofty destiny, or at least hasn’t come close to achieving it yet.
And as far as the summer schedule goes, ABC is keeping at least one successful part of it around for another year, as the sudsy drama Mistresses has been renewed for Season 4, but one cast member won’t be returning.