13 items from 2015
Once Upon a Time cocreator Adam Horowitz got fans buzzing when he shared on Twitter the title for the fifth episode of Season 5.
Here's another #OnceUponATime #titlespoiler — hope to see ya 9/27! pic.twitter.com/gK1ly7YWIh
— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) August 22, 2015
VideosOnce Upon a Time Season 5 Sneak Peek: Can Hook Summon Dark Emma to Return?
Of course, a dreamcatcher was first spied in the cold open of the ABC series’ Season 2 premiere, which first introduced us to (an unnamed) Neal Cassidy, played by Michael-Raymond James. (Gosh, remember when I did this detailed analysis of his apartment? Good times.) We »
Rookie Blue‘s finest aren’t about to let their sergeant go down without a fight — even if it means teaming up with an unlikely ally.
In order to prove that Oliver wasn’t responsible for the bombing inside 15 Division, Juliet suggests that they stage an “integrity test” (basically, a trap) to lure out the real dirty officer, Commissioner Alonso Santana. »
“Have you seen Basic Instinct?”
That sounds like a strange question for Joss’ attorney David (Corey Sevier) to be asking the falsely accused murder suspect on this Thursday’s Mistresses (9/8c on ABC), but the twisted tales of Joss’ past interpersonal relationships (romantic and otherwise) paint a picture for the Lapd as damning as a fingerprint-covered ice pick.
RelatedRevenge Spinoff Not Impossible, Says ABC Boss: ‘It’s a Wonderful Brand’
Of course, very former Bff Calista’s not helping matters — especially since her first hubby’s death has been definitively ruled a suicide.
Press Play below to see just how bad things look for Ms. »
Before Once Upon a Time‘s Rumplestiltskin confronted the Queens of Darkness about kidnapping Belle, he set his cross hairs on the Enchanted Forest’s usual suspect, Evil Queen Regina.
PhotosOnce Upon a Time Season 5 Poster Marries Evils Old and New
As seen in this first look at a deleted Season 4A finale scene featured on Once Upon a Time: The Complete Fourth Season (available on Blu-ray and DVD Aug. 18), Rumple mistakes a black raven for a crow, and thus threatens Regina with his wrath, lest she admit her role in the disappearance of his “maid.”
Realizing Rumple’s miscalculation, »
Yesterday at the San Diego Comic Con, NBC debuted the latest trailer for Heroes Reborn, the continuation of the 2006 – 2010 series Heroes. Years after the conclusion of the original series, people with enhanced abilities find themselves hunted after a terrible tragedy, one caused by an enhanced person, destroys Odessa, Texas. Old and new heroes must unite to fight against the new threat that is hunting them one by one. Hopefully the quality of the new series will match that of Heroes Season One rather than the later years.
Heroes veterans Jack Coleman (Noah Bennett), Jimmy Jean-Louis (The Haitian), Masi Oki (Hiro Nakamura), Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman), Noah Grey-Cabbey (Micah Sanders), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Mohinder Suresh) and Christine Rose (Angela Petrelli) are returning for Heroes Reborn. Joining them are newcomers Zachary Levi (Chuck), Robbie Kay (Once Upon A Time), Danika Yarosh (Shameless), Judith Shekoni (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2), Kiki Sukezane (Death Yankee 3 »
- Ricky Church
Update: Diddy is having a little fun with his fall. "I was getting so loose I fell lol but really tho I bust my ass lol," he wrote on Instagram Sunday night. "#finnaGetLoose #AppleMusic Puff Daddy & The Family feat @pharrell." ————— '90s fans rejoice! Old and new faces from Sean "Diddy" Combs' hip-hop record label Bad Boy reunited during Sunday night's Bet Awards for a truly unforgettable tribute to the crew's 20 years of contributions to old school rap. Diddy was joined by Lil' Kim, Faith Evans, Ma$e, Pharrell Williams, French Montana and a slew of other hip-hop heavyweights in his first major »
It’s Easter, and a slew of religious TV dramas are filling our screens – but this retelling of the siege at Masada is subtler, and soapier, than the rest
In 2013, everyone was aghast when the History Channel, which had slowly become the home to some of the most popular “red state” entertainments in the country, delivered killer ratings with The Bible. The retelling of the Old and New Testaments garnered between 10 and 13 million viewers for each of its 10 installments. We’re finally starting to see the repercussions of its success.
Survivor producer Mark Burnett and Roma Downey (who starred as the Virgin Mary) produced The Bible. Their 12-part sequel, Ad, about the lives of early Christians, kicks off on NBC on this Easter Sunday. Killing Jesus, the controversial retelling of Christ’s death executive-produced by Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly, just became the most watched broadcast ever on NatGeo. »
- Brian Moylan
Released in 1986, Bubble Bobble was one of the best two-player arcade games ever. Let's make a journey to the cave of monsters...
What’s the greatest co-op videogame of all time? Portal 2? Gauntlet? Left 4 Dead 2, maybe? For me, Bubble Bobble has to rank somewhere near the top of the list. A single-screen platform game where dragons blow bubbles and hooded enemies respond by rolling giant cookies along the floor, Bubble Bobble is still one of the best two-player arcade games ever.
Bubble Bobble’s enemy-nobbling mechanic appears to have its roots in Universal's seminal 1980 coin-op, Space Panic, where aliens are killed by first digging a hole, waiting for the enemies to fall in, and then bashing them while they’re trapped. Bubble Bobble gives this idea a bouncy new twist; this time, you blow bubbles, which encase enemies on contact, and then rush up and jump on them - »
Huffington Post continued its video push on Monday, announcing the promotion of HuffPost Live president Roy Sekoff to president and CEO of newly-formed HuffPost Studios. Nathan Brown has also been hired as General Manager of video, coming over from Complex Media. Also Read: The State of News Streaming: Old and New Media’s Play to Survive Sekoff helped launch HuffPost Live, which as TheWrap reported, surpassed 2 billion video views in January. As part of TheWrap‘s State of Streaming report, Sekoff spoke about other outlets imitating HuffPost Live. Also Read: Huffington Post Launching Front-Page Satirical News Show “If imitation is »
- Jordan Chariton
Huffington Post will launch a weekly primetime satirical news show hosted by Marc Lamont Hill and HuffPost Live president Roy Sekoff, the website announced Wednesday. The show will air live on the website’s front page, offering a look back at the week’s top news stories, commentary, panel discussions and celebrity interviews, and will add to the company’s growing digital presence. Also Read: The State of News Streaming: Old and New Media’s Play to Survive As reported in TheWrap’s State of Streaming, the website’s video arm, HuffPost Live, recently surpassed 2 billion video views. “The Huffington »
- Jordan Chariton
Whalerock Instustries will deploy a slew of digital media hubs, the independent media and technology company announced Wednesday. The new direct-to-consumer digital portfolio will feature Whalerock partnering with global influencers to develop over-the-top media hubs that connect audiences with artists, bands, and their content. Also Read: The State of News Streaming: Old and New Media’s Play to Survive The first partnerships include Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Howard Stern and Tyler, the Creator. The first hub will be an app from Tyler, The Creator and will launch in the first half of 2015. The app will offer original. »
- Jordan Chariton
As younger audiences’ list of TV, desktop, tablet, mobile, and social content options grow by the day, legacy and new media executives are bending backward and forward to earn their eyeballs.
On TV news, the youngest audience is around 58, higher than the 18-49 and 25-54 age demo sweet spot advertisers desire. On the high end, a variety of news networks’ audiences skew even older, hovering close to 70.
With the knowledge that getting younger is now a matter of survival from extinction, some of the biggest news channels, print outlets, and digital news sites have developed their own networks and features »
- Jordan Chariton
The name of the offering — which will target very young viewers — will be announced at an Upfronts presentation in February. The new service will not be branded as Nickelodeon, Dauman clarified on a Wednesday investor conference call.
Also Read: The Evolution of Zac Efron: From Squeaky Clean ‘High School’ Star to Raunchy Frat King (Photos)
Rather, it will be a distinct brand that Nick gets the privilege of unveiling. »
- Tony Maglio
13 items from 2015
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