The Walking Dead will premiere season seven on AMC later this month, and the man that created the series, Robert Kirkman, is once again teasing the end of the popular drama. He is also the man behind the comics the series is based on, and he revealed that the series and comics will have different endings.
When Ash vs Evil Deadpremiered on Starz last year, many franchise fans were very excited, but some were also quite skeptical. After all, could Sam Raimi and the rest of the AvED team recapture the spirit of the Evil Dead movies after an over 20-year hiatus? And even if they could, would Bruce Campbell be up to the task of once again donning his trademark chainsaw hand and dismembering Deadites with reckless abandon? Thankfully, the answer to that question turned out to be a resounding yes.
With the Season 12 Premiere of Supernatural just a week away…one can not help but wonder about the dilemma Crowley was left in at at the end of Season 11 with the sudden reappearance of ol’ Scratch himself…Lucifer!!!
We look forward to seeing Tyler Hoechlin’sSuperman in the upcoming season premiere of “Supergirl”, and you might have missed it, but there was a surprising little easter egg for DC Universe fans at the end of the recent Twitter trailer for the show: A put-upon father appears to vow that he and his family will be “moving back to Gotham.”
The longest-running North American fantasy series “Supernatural” is set for a new season in a couple of days. Having exceeded a decade of being on television, fans should expect a more intense and breathtaking scenes with brothers Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and the rest of the cast in “Supernatural” Season 12.
With only 1 day to go until Wednesday’s season premiere, The CW Television Network has released a new Arrow featurette in which David Ramsey, who portrays John Diggle, previews what’s to come in the fifth season.
Last week, we were on scene when The CW debuted a brief video that teased the return of Superhero Fight Club, which reunited several of The CW’s superheroes while bringing Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) into the mix.Turns out that video was only a teaser for the full four-minute video that dropped earlier today, which shows exactly how this Fight Club facility has been upgraded, along with a few surprise cameos along the way. We’re not sure if this secret facility will find its way into the actual four-part crossover with Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl, but it’s certainly possible.
We may be three episodes into Season 6 of American Horror Story, but many viewers still have the feeling that there is more to this year than meets the eye. We’ve seen certain patterns emerge, but several fan favorites have yet to appear, and we have a feeling that Ryan Murphy hasn’t really shown us his cards yet. And based on what the American Horror Story co-creator has said, we’re right. But recently a theory has emerged that appears to be playing out. It lines up with some of what we’ve heard, including Murphy’s own statement in which he said that the show will take a big turn in episode six. It’s not a coincidence that the turning point for Season 6 is Episode 6.