5 items from 2015
This week on Fox’s Gotham, Jim Gordon took out some trash, Penguin surveyed his new dominion, Fish tried to wriggle free and Selina sent Bruce mixed signals.
If you heard a groan echo through the canyons about midway through this episode, that was me reacting to Fish resurfacing at her club after Penguin had barely been able to kick the tires. Yes, it came on the heels of a triumphant moment for Butch, who rode to the boss lady’s rescue after managing his own escape from Falcone’s goons. And he and she then had that warm moment on a bed, »
Nick Jonas has a right to be hellish, and he’s about to put it to good use.
Details about Jonas’ recurring character aren’t currently available, but he joins a cast that already includes Glee darling Lea Michele, True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello and Ahs vet Emma Roberts, to name a few.
Scream Queens‘ 15-episode first season, set to debut this fall, revolves around a college campus that is rocked by a series of murders. »
Rachel and Sam at Mc-Kin-ley, K-i-s-s-i-n-g?
Not so fast. While Glee‘s Broadway baby-turned-New Directions advisor and the male model-turned-football coach may have locked lips (under peculiar circumstances) in last Friday’s installment, the mood between ‘em is hard to gauge in the following first-look photos from the show’s next three episodes (Jan. 30, Feb. 6 and Feb. 13, 9/8c).
Also in the mix? Jayma Mays returning as Emma, Kurt and Mercedes rocking the a Wheel of Fortune, Kitty and Rachel forming an alliance, and Mr. Schue standing in front of a white board emblazoned with the word “tolerance.”
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Man, that Ichabod Crane was a real starfluffer.
The supernatural drama’s Feb. 9 episode (Fox, 8/7c) introduces Wings alum Steven Weber as the third President of the United States.
“Turns out, Jefferson snubbed Crane,” showrunner Mark Goffman tells TVLine, laughing. “That’s all I’ll say about their relationship.”
Also in the gallery: some stunning shots of Abbie and Ichabod in the dark, weapons at the ready.
David Starkey scrutinises the Magna Carta, the Broadchurch case continues and Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney try to cope with Catastrophe. Plus: Matthew VanDyke’s Arabian Motorcycle Adventures and fame-hungry teens in South Side Story
Question Time’s regular bile duct returns to his Dr Jekyll day job. In Starkey’s latest constitutional history lecture, the Magna Carta is sealed within 15 minutes; the focus instead is on the enduring legacy of that sheepskin inked with Latin. After our civil war it was cited as parliament nudged monarchy aside, while at the birth of the United States it guided Thomas Jefferson’s thinking. To his credit, Starkey provides a withering critique of how America and Britain are now placing its fundamental principles under threat. Jack Seale
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- Jack Seale, Jonathan Wright, Ben Arnold, Tom Howells, Bim Adewunmi, Julia Raeside and Gwilym Mumford
5 items from 2015
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