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Bones has been changing up formats and adding new characters in order to keep things fresh. For the upcoming 11th season of the drama, Bones is adding a veteran actress in a pretty intriguing role. Betty White is joining Season 11 of Bones,
Moving into round two, executive producer Danny Cannon recently spoke out to say that Gotham is kicking the storytelling up a notch. Hereís what the show has planned for Season 2.
David Boreanazís character on Bones, FBI badass Seeley Booth, has had his share of health scares, but the actor recently had one of his own that kept him off of set for the upcoming season 11. But donít worry, all you fans and well wishers can breathe a little easier today, as he's back and things are moving forward.
Jamie Lee Curtis is a legendary scream queen who appears on the upcoming series Scream Queens. As awesome as that is for horror fans, it almost didn't happen, and here's how creator Ryan Murphy made it so.
Ever since we first heard about Foxís Gotham, there has been one major question floating around: When will the show introduce Batman? One of the stars just revealed when we can expect to see the Dark Knight on your TV screens, but don't get too excited, it won't be too terribly soon.
Batman may not be on the scene yet, but his future adversaries are already getting started wreaking havoc across Gotham City, as seen in this new, chaotic preview for Gotham Season 2.
Bruce Campbell established himself as an icon for the way in which he translated his natural charisma to the screen Ė and it looks like he hasnít lost a step. The actor decided to have some fun with the weather and traffic reports.
If you havenít been keeping tabs on Sleepy Hollow, following a lackluster second season, Sleepy Hollow did manage to land a Season 3 renewal, but is making major changes. Here's the latest.
Batman fans will recognize that Gotham Season 2ís main antagonist Theor Galavan doesnít originate from the comics, but now itís been revealed that he holds connections to a longtime foe of the Caped Crusader.
In its first season, Gotham had a lot of bullet points to check off, and while it worked in some ways, it failed in others. Even star Ben McKenzie understands that there were some missteps, and he doesn't mind sharing them.
While thereís no doubting the high level of importance tied to the Earthís water and the blood flowing in our bodies, itís hard to deny that one of the greatest liquids on this planet is bourbon. So it makes perfect sense to me that it should be the subject of its own TV show.
I may have to check my calendar, but Iím pretty sure itís a day that ends in ďY,Ē as evidenced by Gotham adding yet another cast member that can safely be described as a villain. And this one comes from the comics, but with a twist.
Gotham has added so many characters at this point that the show may as well be called Villains on Villains on Villains, and it doesnít appear that the creative team is done building this underworld yet. Enter one Wire vet.
Josh Schwartz may have made a name for himself by creating Gossip Girl Ė a show about the interpersonal drama of wealthy New York teens Ė but that hasnít stopped him from expanding into new territory. Fox has hired Schwartz to produce a pilot about haunted furniture. Yes, you read that correctly.
The show is going to have to rework itself a little this fall, and now weíve learned that Bones and Booth will kick off the premiere physically separated from one another, with Booth missing in action. Recently, new showrunner Michael Peterson explained why Booth will be gone when Bones returns to the schedule.