SLEEPY HOLLOW: Alex Kurtzman Teases the Return of John Noble’s Henry Parrish
SLEEPY HOLLOW introduced us to John Noble's Henry Parrish -- AKA the "sin eater" -- a few episodes back, but as Noble teased, Henry will play a bigger part in the final arc of the show's freshman season. "[Noble's] character, Henry Parrish, spent a good portion of his recent years kind of locked away in a dark room because he's so afraid of the gift he's been given," SLEEPY HOLLOW executive producer Alex Kurtzman pointed out. "And like Abbie and Crane who have been handed this impossible duty, and haven't exactly known what to do with it, he's been frightened of the same things and what he's found himself capable of. And didn't know exactly how to apply it for good -- he didn't know what to do with it. And meeting Abbie and Crane, and ultimately being able to be the one who separated Crane from the Horseman, it begins to show Henry how necessary he is to the fight against evil, and it gives him a sense of purpose, just like Abbie and Crane are finding theirs. So he will become one of their co-warriors against everything that's going to be hitting them as they reach the end of the season."
RAISING HOPE Exclusive Clip: Burt and Virginia Meet Their New Neighbors in REAR WINDOW Spoof, ‘Murder, She Hoped’
RAISING HOPE is turning to Hitchcock (specifically, the classic film REAR WINDOW) for its latest parody, and it seems poor Garret Dillahunt's Burt is going to fill the James Stewart role of paranoid neighbor. Take an exclusive look at a clip from one of tonight's new episodes, "Murder, She Hoped," which features a pretty awkward "meet the neighbors" conversation...
THE CARRIE DIARIES: Amy B. Harris on the Carrie-Weaver-Sebastian Triangle, When More SEX AND THE CITY Characters Might Show Up, and More
THE CARRIE DIARIES has shaken things up in season 2 for Carrie with the introductions of her new friend,Samantha Jones, and Carrie's new boyfriend, Weaver. And while the series has always had heart, I don't know about you, but for me, it feels like everything has been taken to the next level this season. I recently visited THE CARRIE DIARIES' New York set, where I sat down with series creator Amy B. Harris to talk about season 2, love triangles, the potential to bring in more SEX AND THE CITY characters, and more...
THE CARRIE DIARIES Exclusive Clip: Carrie Decides to Write About Sex in ‘The Safety Dance’
Throughout its two seasons, THE CARRIE DIARIES has often sprinkled little bits of foreshadowing of how this version of Carrie Bradshaw will grow up to become the woman viewers met on SEX AND THE CITY. And in this Friday's brand new episode "The Safety Dance," the show lays out another important first for our girl: she decides to write about sex. Fortunately -- or unfortunately, as the case may be -- she has Samantha and Larissa to turn to for a bit of mentorship on the subject, and...it goes pretty much how you'd expect it to. Check out an exclusive clip from "The Safety Dance" of Carrie sharing her newest writing idea with the ladies, and their hilarious reaction to it...
ARROW: Andrew Kreisberg, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Grant Gustin Preview The Flash’s Debut! Plus, a Tease For What John Barrowman’s Return Will Mean for the Queens
It's been more than four months since it was announced that Flash/Barry Allen would be making his debut in the ARROW universe (with the intention to build a spinoff around that character), and tonight is the night viewers will finally get to meet him. "Barry comes to Starling City because there is an unexplained robbery at Queen Consolidated, and Barry is very interested in the unexplained throughout the course of these two episodes," ARROW executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teased to reporters earlier this week. "[Barry]'s the opposite of Oliver in a lot of ways: he's funny and he's outgoing, and a little unsure of himself, and smart." As for Barry's portrayer -- former GLEE guest star Grant Gustin -- ARROW executive producers have nothing but praise for their newest star.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a nationally ranked gymnast, whose remains were hit by lightning and scattered throughout a public park. Although evidence points to a fellow gymnast as the key suspect, Brennan and Booth discover the victim was leading a double life. Meanwhile, Booth gets upset when Brennan shows surprising empathy for the victim’s father, and Cam confronts the woman who stole her identity.