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After another wild and wacky season of tangos and tears, salsas and cheers – not to mention one of the most closely contested finales in Dancing With the Stars history – Season 19’s momentous, Mirrorball-crowning moment of truth is upon us.
Would the ballroom’s most consistently excellent performer, Alfonso Ribeiro, maintain his form long enough to hold off two fiercely formidable female challengers — Sadie Robertson and Janel Parrish? Would it all come down to Tuesday’s last dance, the mega-challenging 24-hour Fusion Challenge? (Um, it might’ve… had all three routines not garnered 10s across the board from the judges!)
Last night, ABC dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Castle" episode 9 of season 7, and it appears to be quite lively and wild as Castle is seen, running around on a movie set, filming his own action flick. He's very ecstatic about it too! The episode is titled, "Last Action Hero.” In the new, 9th episode official plotline: The star of Castle’s favorite ‘80’s action movie is mysteriously killed, prompting Castle and Beckett to look deeper into the victim’s secret past and pursue his killer with help from a team of aging action heroes. Guests stars feature: Krista Allen as Naomi Duvray and Ted McGinley as Brock Harmon. The episode was written by Christine Roum ,and it was directed by Paul Holahan. Episode 9 is scheduled to air on Monday night, December 1st at 9pm central time on ABC. »
Recently, ABC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Castle" episode 9 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Last Action Hero, " and it turns out that we'll see Castle and Beckett look to old action heroes to assist them with their latest homicide case, and more. In the new,9th episode press release: When the star of Castle’s favorite ‘80’s action movie is mysteriously murdered, Castle and Beckett will delve into the victim’s secret past and pursue his killer with help from a team of aging action heroes. Guests stars feature: Krista Allen as Naomi Duvray and Ted McGinley as Brock Harmon. The episode was written by Christine Roum ,and it was directed by Paul Holahan. Episode 9 is set to air on Monday night, December 1st at 9pm central time on ABC. »
For the most part, this week's Castle is back to the show fans know and love. Here's Laura's review...
This review contains spoilers.
Okay, I’m going to get this off my chest up front because, for the most part, I enjoyed Once Upon A Time In The West.
Usually, when we identify with the characters we watch, it’s a good thing. (Unless you’re watching Hannibal, which does an amazing job of forcing you to see yourself in the last people you’d want to serve as your looking glass.) But generally, we feel connected to the narrative by such relationships, and that works well for everyone. This week, however, Castle made me feel more than a little patronized in that identification
The episode really starts, after we first see the death of this week’s victim, with Kate and Rick »
Liars, inmates and zombie slayers mingled with the biggest names in music at the 2014 American Music Awards red carpet Sunday.
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Among the (many!) TV stars spotted on the carpet were: Pretty Little Liars‘ Lucy Hale, Kingdom‘s Nick Jonas, Orange Is the New Black‘s Uzo Aduba, Glee‘s Matthew Morrison, Castle‘s Nathan Fillion and The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan.
Recently, TV Guide served up their latest Mega Buzz spoiler chat session and revealed some new spoiler intel for Castle season 7's winter finale episode, via executive producer, David Amann. It turns out that a major game changer will take place for Castle. One that will create a very significant change in his life. In their spoiler chat reveal, they stated: "Executive producer David Amann suggests that the writers won't be picking up that mystery again until probably February, during this season's big two-parter episode. But the midseason finale should pack plenty of punch. Because it serves as this season's Christmas episode, it has a bit of a lighter touch...right up until the end. "We're looking at a bit of a game-changer for Castle at the end of the episode," Amann teases, although he promises that Castle and Beckett aren't getting a quickie divorce. "The events of the episode will cause a shift. »
The project — which went from series order back to the pilot stage after its original leading man, Philip Seymour Hoffman, passed away — is a described as “a comedic, soul-searching examination of our pursuit of happiness, a pursuit that might just be the very thing causing our unhappiness in the first place.”
Barkin will guest-star in the pilot as a headhunter who works closely with Coogan’s character.
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is available now to Buy & Keep on Sky Store.
Digital Spy has partnered with Sky Store to take you behind the incredible performance capture visual effects of the film and introduce you to the unseen stars of the blockbuster sequel. Read on to meet the actors behind Koba, Blue Eyes, Maurice and more.
Andy Serkis as Caesar
The face of performance capture technology, Andy Serkis has brought to life digital characters as wide-ranging as Gollum from The Lord of the Rings, Captain Haddock in The Adventures of Tintin and King Kong.
In Dawn of the Planet of the Apes he plays Caesar for a second time, leading the primate uprising against mankind. Dawn is without question Serkis's finest performance capture turn to-date.
Toby Kebbell as Koba
Second in command to Caesar is ferocious ape Koba, who favours an aggressive and violent revolution as »
Something tells us Castle's Esposito might be swearing off public transportation soon.
On Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC), Esposito (Jon Huertas) and a group of passengers on a subway train are taken hostage by a mysterious gunman. It'll be up to Beckett (Stana Katic) & Co. to figure out the gunman's motives and help Esposito bring the hostage standoff to a peaceful conclusion.
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- Adam Bryant
The Tube Talk Q&A is back (yes, we missed you guys too) and is once more diving headfirst into the fascinating world of television!
As ever, we've got the latest on your UK and Us favourites, kicking off with an update on Person of Interest...
Any news on Person of Interest season 3 airing on either Channel 5 or Netflix?
Nowt on the Netflix front, mad-professor, but Channel 5 have confirmed that they will be airing the third season of Jim Caviezel's increasingly labyrinthine action thriller next year.
It's been an epic waiting period - that run of episodes premiered in the Us back in September 2013 - but we'll finally be reunited with Reese and Finch in January 2015.
Any news on season 3 of Bates Motel?
D'you want the good news or the bad, JohnDoc? Universal Channel has confirmed to us that they have acquired the rights to season three of the Psycho prequel series, »
As Once coceators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis shared for TVLine’s Fall Finale Preview, the stage soon shall be set for “an embarrassment of witches” during Season 4B, as “things gets classically evil” in The Enchanted Forest.
Ursula, in a sense, previously appeared »
Last night, ABC dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Castle" episode 8 of season 7, and it appears to be wicked intense and dramatic as a crazy gunman with a bomb holds up a subway with Esposito on it and a bunch understandably frightened passengers, and more! The episode is titled, "Kill Switch." In the new, 8th episode official plotline: "When subway passengers, including Detective Esposito, are taken hostage by a mysterious gunman, Castle, Beckett and the team will have to find out the gunman's agenda before it’s too late. " Guest stars feature: Will Rothhaar as Jared Stone, Maya Stojan as Tory Ellis, Nathan Anderson as Brent Reeves and Wendy Braun as Carol Jarvis. The episode was written by David Amann and it was directed by Jeannot Szwarc. Episode 8 is scheduled to air on Monday night, November 24th at 9pm central time on ABC. »
This week on ABC’s Castle, newlyweds Rick and Kate escaped the furled brows of those not invited to their impetuous wedding by making tracks for an Old West resort, to investigate a murder. When all was said and done, did their “so not a honeymoon” leave you satisfied?
The Case | I wasn’t a fan of this case, in part because I felt like the added layer of NYC-based relations — Phillip Dagmar and his wife — needlessly muddled the story. I’m typically game for the occasional “treasure hunt” motive, but this “Partner 3 covered for Partner 2′s murder of Partner 1″ stuff… »
A number of intriguing questions lingered going into Week 10 – beyond the usual, “Whaaaa? The semi-finals are already here?” – of Dancing With the Stars: Would a rumored groin injury be the downfall of one of Season 19’s shiniest stars, Alfonso Ribeiro? Could 76-year-old Tommy Chong continue to defy the odds, the judges and his own ballroom limitations to escape elimination yet again? Might the remaining trio of fierce and fabulous females — Sadie Robertson, Janel Parrish, and Bethany Mota – reach next week’s finale?
With the Mirrorball trophy so tantalizingly close, tonight’s live show required our celebs to perform two dances, »
Recently, ABC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Castle" episode 8 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Kill Switch," and it sounds like things will get very drama-filled and mega intense as a crazy gunman holds up a subway that contains Esposito and a bunch of scared passengers, and more! In the new, 8th episode press release: When subway passengers, including Detective Esposito, are taken hostage by a mysterious gunman, Castle, Beckett and the team are going to have to uncover the gunman's agenda before it’s too late. Guest stars feature: Will Rothhaar as Jared Stone, Maya Stojan as Tory Ellis, Nathan Anderson as Brent Reeves and Wendy Braun as Carol Jarvis. The episode was written by David Amann and it was directed by Jeannot Szwarc. Episode 8 is set to air on Monday night, November 24th at 9pm central time on ABC. »
Quite a few loose ends need tying up in Sons of Anarchy‘s final three episodes, but one question arguably towers over them all: What will become of Gemma?
Ask Katey Sagal, and even she can’t say which outcome she’d prefer for the fierce matriarch she portrays. Should Gemma suffer a fatal comeuppance? Or should she be forced to live with the knowledge that her lies destroyed the family she was trying to protect?
“That’s a really tough call, given where she’s at now, »
Castle‘s seventh season already has proven to be a landmark one, in that Rick and Kate finally (finally) tied the knot. But this cycle could also make its mark in other ways, as leads Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic will have to make a decision about their future with the trusty ABC procedural.
Here in Part 2 of my sit-down with Katic, she previews the ersatz Caskett honeymoon to come (airing tonight at 10/9c), sings the praises of a showcase for a fellow cast member and ponders the possibility of Season 8 (and beyond).
Tvline | In lieu of a proper honeymoon, »
This review contains spoilers.
So it’s the wedding episode we’ve all been waiting for.
Or is it?
I guess if you’ve been consciously deprived of food, then a Big Mac must be welcome indeed. But that hardly makes it fine cuisine or worth the wait. So it is with the Caskett wedding in The Time Of Our Lives, which, unfortunately, is anything but.
And the fact that it’s tacked on to the end of a heavy-handed episode doesn’t help. The Time Of Our Lives begins with the revelation that Castle has been having trouble sleeping. Something has been bothering him. This degenerates into a conversation of where Beckett and Castle each speculate on where they would be in their professional lives had they not met »
Recently, ABC released these 3, new sneak peek/spoiler clips (below) for their upcoming "Castle" episode 7 of season 7, and they give us new looks at Castle and Beckett losing their horse ride after Beckett tries to shoot a snake, and more. The episode is titled, "Once Upon A Time in the West." The official plotline for episode 7, reads like this: "When Castle and Beckett find out that a murder victim may have been poisoned at an Old West-style resort, they will visit the resort, posing as newlyweds to uncover the truth." The episode was written by Terence Winter and it was directed by Alrick Riley. Episode 7 is set to air this Monday night, November 17th at 9pm central time on ABC. Stay tuned. »
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The Performance | ABC’s recent decision to cancel its freshman sitcom Selfie is, on many levels, as cruel and capricious as a hunter taking a shot at a baby bird making its maiden flight from the nest.
Ratings (and dubious title) aside, the cute-but-uneven rom-com that premiered in September has seen its heart triple, perhaps even quadruple, in size over the course of seven episodes — in no small part due to the goofy commitment and »
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