ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK at TCA: Live-Blog
[caption id="attachment_85388" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Credit: Netflix[/caption] ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK season 3 launched last month, and now the cast and creator are talking with press for a Television Critics Association panel. Follow along for a live-blog...
Netflix at TCA: Executive Session Live-Blog
[caption id="attachment_85359" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Credit: Netflix[/caption] We're starting off the Television Critics Association summer press tour with Netflix. The streaming site's boss, Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer for Netflix Executive Session, is up first, so follow along for a live-blog...
WAYWARD PINES Finale Post-Mortem: Chad Hodge on ‘Cycle,’ the Alternate Ending, and More
[caption id="attachment_85297" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Credit: Liane Hentscher/FOX[/caption] [Warning: this post contains spoilers for the WAYWARD PINES finale. Please do not read this post until you've watched "Cycle."]
PERSON OF INTEREST: Greg Plageman and Kevin Chapman Tease Fusco’s Future
For four seasons, Team Machine has fought the good fight on PERSON OF INTEREST, whether it's trying to prevent crimes/save people, dealing with corrupt cops/public officials, or a competing (and very powerful) A.I. But throughout it all, one member of Team Machine has been operating without knowing the truth of what's going on: as of now, Fusco still doesn't know what's going on with the Machine. (Which has undoubtedly kept him safe on more than one occasion, but that's not likely going to be something Fusco is thrilled about when all the lies come to light.) So will season 5 be the year Fusco's finally looped in? PERSON OF INTEREST co-showrunner Greg Plageman and star Kevin Chapman (Fusco) shared their thoughts about what the future might hold for Fusco...
LUCIFER Showrunner Joe Henderson on Joining the Series
[caption id="attachment_85221" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Credit: Fox[/caption] LUCIFER is the latest DC Comics character -- from THE SANDMAN comic and its spinoff, LUCIFER -- to be adapted for television. (And LUCIFER is getting a prime slot on the schedule: the series will air Mondays on Fox in early 2016, paired with THE X-FILES' return.) But unlike the other DC shows currently on television, LUCIFER is focused on, well, a villain. And though the Devil is on Earth in LUCIFER (having abandoned Hell for Los Angeles), on paper, he's a more complicated character to translate to network television than many others. And for new LUCIFER showrunner Joe Henderson -- who joined the show, officially, after the pilot was completed -- he's now tasked with setting the course the show takes. "It's a rare situation," Henderson told reporters at Comic-Con. "I loved the pilot, so my whole challenge was wrapping my brain around what worked so well about it, and taking a bit of ownership about the questions of where [the show goes]. Because I also read the comic...before even getting the job. So I knew the character, I loved the character. I loved this version of the character, who is very similar to both, but very much his own [being]."
The Top 10 home cooks will cook family style when they face their next team challenge and create family style meals for VIP diners. After each team prepares their family style meals, they are greeted by the dinner guests, their family members. Each diner will vote for one team’s meal and the team with the most votes will be safe from the next pressure test. In the pressure test, the losing team home cooks must create a gnocchi-in-brown-sage-butter-sauce dish. Find out who will go home and who will move on.