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Despite the box-office disappointment of 2013’s Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, Cassandra Clare’s popular young-adult book saga has been given a series order, with production beginning in Toronto this May.
Now titled Shadowhunters, the one-hour drama series will follow a girl named Clary Fray (played in the film by Lily Collins), who discovers on her 18th birthday that she’s a Shadowhunter — a human-angel hybrid born to hunt demons. »
Pretty Little Liars‘ Season 5 finale may have answered one burning question (#CharlesIsA!), but it left fans with, arguably, more new questions than any previous finale — and that’s saying a lot.
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Fortunately, TVLine got executive producer Oliver Goldstick on the line — after making sure it wasn’t being tapped, Andrew — to clear up some confusion about Mona’s return, Jason’s (potential) twin and the now-confirmed time jump in the works for Season 6.
Tvline | What’s next for Mona, now that she’s back among the living? »
ABC Family’s Young & Hungry returns for its second season Wednesday (8/7c), as does nerd-in-shining-armor Cooper (played by Jesse McCartney) — but how long before Gabi’s jealous boss chases him back to China?
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“There’s definitely a lot more tension between Josh and Cooper this season,” McCartney tells TVLine. “Before, when Josh was engaged, he couldn’t really let on how he felt about Gabi. But now that Josh is single, it becomes a full-on love triangle.”
And in true love-triangle fashion, it isn’t long before Gabi »
History has released a new cast image for the upcoming third season of the hit historical family saga Vikings. The third season picks up with Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) as king, and follows as he deals with the responsibility of the title and leads his family of warriors to the mythical city of Paris where they will fight to cement the Vikings legacy. Vikings returns to History Thursday, February 19th at 10Pm. Created by Michael Hirst, the show also stars Katheryn Winnick, Alexander Ludwig, Clive Standen, George Blagden, Gustaf Skarsgard, and Alyssa Sutherland. Check out the new cast image after the jump. Image Via History. We've also got character bios for a few new characters joining the saga this season: · Kalf (Ben Robson) – Lagertha’s young, handsome second in command. She is fond of him and trusts him to look after her affairs while she is away, but it is possible »
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4 items from 2015
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