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This Thursday on Graceland (USA Network, 10/9c), Paige Arkin will go undercover in a bid to get cozy with wannabe Armenian crime boss Ari’s rival, Toros. Offering Briggs a hand with his op is part of Paige’s “penance” for (very understandably) bungling the team’s recent attempt to gaslight Ari.
Paige of course also has some atoning to do — if only to herself — for her decision to sic murderous Sid Markham on Mike in the Season 2 finale, an impetuous, emotional decision made in the immediate wake of learning that her colleague, »
After season four's lack of focus, Teen Wolf is much improved and really building towards something in season five...
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5.6 Required Reading
One of the strongest points of the third season of Teen Wolf was the fact that, at any point, you couldn't really be sure if you were looking at something real or if you were looking at some sort of hallucination. Particularly when it came to Stiles and his delusions. The Nogitsune was awesome at making viewers question everything they were seeing, and it's interesting to see Teen Wolf going back once again to this familiar territory, once again to great effect. Granted, what's happening now isn't exactly delusion, but it may as well be.
Malia, the girl who was a coyote for most of her life, was the first of the Teen Wolf bunch to actually bother with reading that book that might be »
Tyler Posey plays a wolf, but in real life he's becoming an even fiercer animal. We got hold of this video, showing Tyler training for a boxing match which he is taking Very seriously. The Teen Wolf star will be going toe-to-toe with radio host Michael Tully at The Hard Rock Hotel in Vegas. The fight is 3 months away but Posey is already deep into training. It's all for charity, but there's no law that »
- TMZ Staff
With production getting under way on Season 4 of Arrow, The CW Network series has just added two new cast members. Access Hollywood reports that Jeri Ryan has signed on to play Jessica Danforth, while Jr Bourne has come aboard to portray DC comics villain Double Down. Both actors are signing on for just one episode apiece, with Jeri Ryan appearing in the second episode of Arrow Season 4, and Jr Bourne guest starring in the third episode.
Jessica Danforth is a new character who doesn't originate in the DC Comics. She is described as a friend of Oliver Queen's family. The character's political ambitions "put her in the crosshairs of a menacing antagonist." It isn't clear if there are plans for the character to return later on in Season 4 or not. But she could certainly return, especially with her strong connection to Oliver.
Jr Bourne's Double Down does have origins in the comic books, »
Ok, it's kind of a given that Teen Wolf is loaded to the brim with hotties and rippling abs, so much so that we often wonder which character we'd wind up dating. We have to say, though, that while Stiles - portrayed by The Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien - might not often take his shirt off, over the past few seasons we've fallen irrevocably in love. There is an overwhelming, almost infinite amount of evidence, but we've managed to narrow all of it down to 39 reasons. Keep scrolling, and if you're not already crushing, prepare for the worst. Source: MTV »
Greer will appear in the penultimate Season 3 installment as Alice Logan, the wife of Charles’ Dan Logan, a perfume magnate who approaches Masters and Johnson about bottling the smell of sex. A recovering alcoholic and long-suffering spouse, Alice will join Dan, Masters and Johnson for an uncomfortable dinner.
The actress »
No, we don’t yet have an exact premiere date for the second half of Haven Season 5 — but in the meantime, TVLine offers this exclusive first look at the new batch of episodes, plus a provocative teaser.
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When last we tuned into the Syfy drama, smart-mouthed, malevolent Mara (played by Emily Rose) had been dispatched with, but not before an encounter with Duke (Eric Balfour) inside a thinny resulted in Mr. Crocker “exploding.” That in turn released into Haven a whole lotta new Troubles.
When Season 5 resumes this fall, »
According to Access Hollywood, Jeri Ryan – best known for her role as Seven of Nine – will play Jessica Danforth, who is described as “a friend of the Queen family [whose] political ambitions will place her in the crosshairs of a menacing antagonist.” Meanwhile, The Wrap has revealed that Jr Bourne will play Jeremy Tell, a.k.a. the supervillain Double Down.
Other newcomers to Starling City for the fourth season of Arrow include Neal McDonough (Captain America: The First Avenger) as Damien Darhk, Echo Kellum (Ben and Kate) as Mr. Terrific, Alexander Calvert (Bates Motel) and Jimmy Akingbola (Sons of Liberty) as Baron Reiter, »
- Gary Collinson
Rizzoli and Isles
TNT has renewed its long-running cop procedural "Rizzoli and Isles" for a seventh season which will kick off next Summer. The new order is for an abbreviated thirteen episodes, down from the eighteen ordered for the currently airing sixth season.
Despite the cutback, there's no talk of the show's seventh season being its last with the cast expected to renegotiate contracts for season seven. The series ranks as TNT's second-most-watched show in history, behind only "The Closer," and ranks as one of basic cable's top five series amongst total viewers. [Source: The Live Feed]
"Star Trek: Voyager" and "Boston Public" alum Jeri Ryan is set to guest star in the upcoming fourth season of The CW's "Arrow". Ryan will play Queen family friend Jessica Danforth, an original character with political ambitions that will make her a target of a formidable antagonist.
- Garth Franklin
The already large guest cast that Arrow has lined up for its upcoming fourth season is getting even bigger. The CW series has added two more guest stars that will have important roles in Season 4, and both performers are most definitely familiar with genre shows. As first reported by The Wrap, Teen Wolf‘s Jr Bourne will appear in the third episode of Arrow Season 4 as Jeremy Tell, better known as the DC Comics villain Double Down, “a metahuman who can turn his playing card tattoos into deadly weapons. As a metahuman, Double Down is more closely associated with The Flash mythology in the comics, and is a member of the villainous Rogues gallery.” The other big name joining Arrow Season 4 is Star Trek Voyager vet Jeri Ryan. As first reported by Access Hollywood, Ryan will play Jessica Danforth, “a friend of the Queen family,” whose “political ambitions will place »
- Chris King
Damien Darhk, Anarky, Double Down, Baron Reiter. Here are the new baddies Oliver Queen will be putting arrows into in Arrow season 4…
The very nature of Arrow means that there’s never a shortage of villainous guest stars. Things would get pretty dull if there was.
So, then, it’s hardly a surprise that some new names are being announced as the production of season 4 gets going.
Today we have four evildoers to tell you about, so we’d better get cracking…
Jimmy Akingbola (pictured above) will play Baron Reiter. In the comics, Baron Reiter’s villainous identity is Baron Blitzkrieg, an evil Nazi supervillain. They won’t be taking that route in the show, though.
“When people meet this character, he's not German, he's not a Nazi, he doesn't subscribe to any Nazi philosophies," said executive producer Marc Guggenheim. "We were attracted to an organization that actually in the »
Oliver Queen is sure to have his hands full when Arrow returns this fall. Not only does he have to find a way to repair his tattered vigilante image after the events of last season, but he’ll be facing a handful of new foes this time around, including Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), Anarky (Alexander Calvert), and Baron Blitzkrieg (Jimmy Akingbola). And, as if that weren’t enough, he’ll be facing off with a metahuman early into season four as well.
Today, Arrow gained two new cast members: Teen Wolf and UnREAL actor Jr Bourne and Star Trek: Voyager alum Jeri Ryan. Bourne will take on the role of Double Down, a gambler-turned-villain, while Ryan will take on the role of Jessica Danforth, a friend of the Queen family whose “political ambitions will place her in the crosshairs of a menacing antagonist.”
Bourne will show up in the season »
- James Garcia
There's gonna be a Lot of new characters on season 4 of Arrow, and so far most of them are bad guys. We found out earlier on that Jeri Ryan would guest star in episode 2, and now The Wrap reports that Jr Bourne (Teen Wolf, Stargate, Revenge) will debut in episode 3 as Jeremy Tell (geddit?), Aka Double Down. This guy is more closely associated with The Flash in the comics, and will no doubt be crossing paths with Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) on his show at some point too. Other season 4 recruits include Neal McDonough as Damien Darhk, Echo Kellum as Mr. Terrific, and Alexander Calvert as Anarky. Arrow returns to the CW on October 7. »
“Teen Wolf” actor Jr Bourne will appear on Season 4 of The CW’s “Arrow,” playing the DC comic book villain known as Double Down, TheWrap has learned. Bourne is taking on the role of Jeremy Tell, a metahuman who can turn his playing card tattoos into deadly weapons. As a metahuman, Double Down is more closely associated with “The Flash” mythology in the comics, and is a member of the villainous Rogues gallery. He will appear in the third episode of the new season. Also Read: 19 Best and Worst Superheroes to Hit TV: What's Flown? What's Blown? (Photos) Neal McDonough has also. »
- Linda Ge
RelatedJason O’Mara Talks Growing Complications, Revisits Terra Nova‘s Fate
When last we tuned in, John (played by Jason O’Mara) had “confessed” his drug problem to colleague Bridget (Lauren Stamile), after she found the morphine vial he discarded after Darius’ impromptu bullet removal in the Pt room.
In the video clip above, Bridget — following a run-in with the ever-curious police — is rarin’ to follow up with John about his odd behavior and “problem,” but his wife is hovering nearby. »
Teen Wolf season five continues to build a satisfying main plot, ratcheting up the tension and fun week on week...
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5.5. A Novel Approach
I love it when an episode ends on a cliffhanger, then we go right into that very spot we left in the next episode. I don't like waiting around for closure; I want something immediate, and in the case of Teen Wolf this episode, I wasn't left wanting. Indeed, the “last week on” montage ended with Stiles getting grabbed, and then seamlessly the episode starts with Stiles after being grabbed by Donovan and his new toothy leech-like mouth-hand. It's an immediate shot of adrenaline, both for the viewer and for Stiles, who escapes his tormentor and saves his own life by breaking one of Scott McCall's only rules: Stiles killed Donovan. Sure, he killed him by dropping a bunch of metal pieces on him and impaling him, »
I’ve been thinking… if this whole ‘local terrorist’ thing doesn’t pan out, Charles Dilaurentis could forge a pretty sweet fallback career as a party planner.
VideosPretty Little Liars Sneak Peek: Aria Recovers from Charles’ Latest Attack
Alison’s presumed-dead brother threw himself a hell of a birthday bash on Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars, complete with killer arcade games, an accidental drugging and a sting operation that had the girls waving their hands in the air like they just didn’t care. (Editor’s note: I suspect the girls did, in fact, care.)
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Alicia Coppola (Teen Wolf), Brianna Brown (Devious Maids) and Leonard Earl Howze (The Lone Ranger) have booked series regular roles in ABC Family drama pilot Stay. Described as an edge-of-your-seat thriller, Stay centers on a recently widowed police detective and his two daughters who are stranded at a foreboding hotel during a storm and must unravel the hotel's mysteries to escape. Coppola, repped by Apa and manager Leslie Allan-Rice, plays Alison, Jake’s mother and the… »
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Ausiello: Prepare not to be disappointed. “Everyone is going to be really happy with who the new captain is,” assures exec producer Mike Schur. “And the way that the [Sept. 27 Season 3 premiere] is conceived, that is far from the final surprise. It takes a lot of fun story twists and turns, in very rapid succession, »
David Beckham can’t bear the thought of not being recognized in a new teaser for Fox’s upcoming impromptu game show “Knock-Knock Live.” The screaming, pointing and hugging that followed was an indication that the family was familiar. “I was nervous, because I was hoping that they was gonna recognize me, because I retired two years ago, and things change,” Beckham recaps. “But their reaction to me was incredible. They knew who I was straightaway and they were so welcoming for me to go into their house.” He even got a drink out of it. Also Read: 'Teen Wolf »
- Tony Maglio
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