With Supergirl season 3 poised to arrive in the Us, and shortly thereafter here in the UK, here's a reminder of all the season 2 action...
Supergirl had an interesting second season. Not only did the series move to The CW after spending its first season on parent network CBS, but it also delved a lot more into Kara’s life as a person outside of her powers. She fell in love, she got a job as a reporter, and she attempted to get by without the wise words of Cat Grant to guide her.
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And she wasn’t the only one experiencing a huge transition, with Alex going through a much-celebrated coming out storyline and James suiting up to become Guardian. With Supergirl’s third season just days away, let
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New Girl‘s Max Greenfield will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the show’s (technically) ninth season, TVLine has learned, though no details about his character are available.
Additionally, Leslie Jordan — who played Karen’s totally heterosexual nemesis Beverley Leslie during the show’s original run — will reprise his iconic role. As with Greenfield’s casting, nothing further is known about Jordan’s return,
“Can’t wait to see what shonda rhimes does with the creative freedom and latitude at netflix — but, uh, does this mean grey’s is ending?” one fan wrote Monday.
While Grey’s Anatomy — along with other Rhimes-produced series Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder and midseason debut For the People — will continue to air on ABC as planned, others still feared for the consequences the move to a limitless streaming platform will have on their free time.
"...with a deadly virus spreading throughout the city, the search for the antidote continues, as 'Fish Mooney' (Jada Pinkett Smith), 'The Riddler' and 'Penguin' reveal plans of their own.
"Bruce meets 'Ra's Al Ghul' (Alexander Siddig) and completes his last task in order to fulfill his destiny, but realizes he can't let go of his past.
"Meanwhile past alliances within 'Gotham City' are broken, while new alliances are formed..."
Cast includes Ben McKenzie as 'Detective James Gordon', Donal Logue as 'Harvey Bullock', David Mazouz as 'Bruce Wayne', Morena Baccarin as 'Leslie Thompkins', Sean Pertwee as 'Alfred', Robin Lord Taylor as 'Oswald Cobblepot'/'Penguin', Erin Richards as 'Barbara Kean', Camren Bicondova as 'Selina Kyle'/the future 'Catwoman', Cory Michael Smith as 'Edward Nygma'/the future 'Riddler',
The Carter patriarch passed away on Tuesday evening in Florida.
“I am heartbroken to share the news that our father, Robert, passed away last night…” Nick, 37, tweeted on Wednesday. “While we learn more about the cause of death, and begin the grieving process, we ask that our privacy be respected at this difficult time.”
“My heart is completely shattered,” Aaron, 29, tweeted — sharing the last photo the two took together. “I’m in shock and I loved my dad so much.
The Bridesmaids star was presented with her honorary club robe at the end of a so-so episode, which is likely only to be remembered for McCarthy’s Sean Spicer and Baldwin’s President Donald Trump making out at the end of a press-briefing sketch.
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Marrieds Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively were also on hand for an endearing Mother’s Day-themed monologue, which
Well, it looks like Chris Pratt might have already come up with the perfect candidate: FBI Agent Burt Macklin!
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Pratt took to Twitter on Wednesday to offer Macklin's services, writing, "Just lemme know."
The badass FBI character was the alter-ego/imaginary persona of Pratt's Parks & Recreation character, Andy Dwyer, and might be one of the best running jokes on the show.
From his efforts to stop international art thief Janet Snakehole to his less-than-clandestine infiltration of the Wamapoke County Records office, Burt Tyrannosaurs Macklin is a man of action -- despite his former retirement, faked death, and getting framed for stealing the president's rubies.
After months of reports, rumors and innuendo, NBC is making it official: The network has ordered a 10-episode Will & Grace revival to air during the 2017-18 TV season. All four of the series’ Emmy-winning stars — Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally — will reprise their signature roles as Will, Grace, Jack and Karen, with series creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan on board as showrunners and exec producers. Additionally, TV legend James Burrows, who directed every episode of the sitcom during its initial eight-year run, will helm all 10 episodes.
The 44-year-old actor — who begins performances as Aaron Burr (sir) in the Chicago cast of the historical hip-hopera on Tuesday — recorded told TMZ that he’s not the one to come to for handouts.
“I don’t get no damn comps,” he said in the clip. “Specifically, let me repeat that now: I don’t get no damn comps. Either you have to be related to me by blood or we’re sleeping together,
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Livewire (played by Brit Morgan) and Metallo (Frederick Schmidt) are among the villains returning to the CW drama in 2017, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Metallo (aka John Corben) appeared in the first two episodes of Season 2; originally an assassin ordered to kill Lena Luthor, he was later turned into a cyborg by the not-so-good people of Cadmus.
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Along with host Dave Chappelle, perhaps best known for the second most beloved sketch comedy series of all time, Chappelle’s Show, the Not Ready for Primetime Players put together a stunning 90 minutes that both spoke to those still upset by Hillary Clinton’s ill-fated candidacy, and those ready to move on and give President-elect Trump a chance to govern.
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The question functions as a central thesis for “Transparent” Season 3, as Maura Pfefferman — who came out to her family in Season 1 and fell in love during Season 2 — wonders why she’s still unhappy despite having “everything.” This kind of morose existentialism has been a marker of outstanding television of late (“The Leftovers,” “BoJack Horseman” and Jay Duplass’ “Togetherness,” to name a few), but perhaps the more interesting aspect of the question itself derives from why Jill Soloway is asking it here and now.
“Transparent” Season 2 was a creative barnburner — alive with intensity from scene to scene as Soloway not only made crucial adjustments to the character dynamics established in Season 1, but introduced a time-jumping theme that built to a sensational crescendo of emotions. It was, in reductive terms, the best it could possible be.
So, what’s next?
The 24 veteran will play the matriarch of a family-owned agricultural company, according to our sister site Variety, who first broke the news. Her role is recurring, and she joins Crime regulars Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, and Regina King (who just won her second Emmy for Crime) in the Season 3 cast.
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Jones won her Emmy in 2009 for playing female President Allison Taylor in Season 7 of the Fox thriller
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Thursday’s premiere introduced America to 33-year-old interior designer Robert Sepulveda, Jr., accurately described by one of his suitors as “the prototype Disney prince.” And he really is, from his perfectly coiffed hair to his utter lack of enthusiasm. (The fact that he used to be an escort, easily the most interesting aspect of Prince Charming’s past,
“What we’ll see will defy explanation. If you want to view paradise simply look around and view it. Anything you want to, do it.
“Wanta change the world? There’s nothing to it. There is no life I know to compare with pure imagination.
“Living there, you’ll be free if you truly wish to be.”
“Pure Imagination”• Written by Leslie Bricuse and Anthony Newley • Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, sung by Gene Wilder
But I ramble, to turn a phrase…
It’s a tough thing, dealing with depression. It’s a selfish disease, one whose main symptom is that it makes the whole world all about you.
Turn on the television,
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Here’s a detailed synopsis for the upcoming season: “In ‘Transparent’ season three, our nuclear family splinters into disparate journeys on their continued path of self-discovery. After a jarring reality check, Maura, having found romantic partnership with Vicki and acceptance from her family, seeks to become the woman she envisions through gender confirmation surgery. Shelly relishes in her newfound love with Buzzy and finally discovers her voice — she’s going to tell her side of
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