August 1, 2014

GOTHAM has been billed as a prequel series centered on James Gordon (played by Ben McKenzie) and the villains who make the city infamous, and while that is absolutely the case, the pilot episode does feature a pretty important moment in young Bruce Wayne’s life: the death of his parents.

At Comic-Con, David Mazouz (Bruce) talked with reporters about playing the future Batman, his knowledge of the character, Bruce’s future relationship with Selina Kyle, and more…

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August 1, 2014

For THE FLASH star Grant Gustin, the process of becoming Barry Allen’s alter ego, The Flash, hasn’t been entirely simple.

At Comic-Con, Gustin talked with reporters about the cool (but long) process of how they created the special effects for THE FLASH, and what filming has been like so far…

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August 1, 2014

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In case you missed the memo, BONES boss Stephen Nathan is a very, very good tease.

After the season 9 finale, Nathan gave a great (and lengthy) preview about what was in store when season 10 kicked off. And then when I spoke with him (and executive producer Jonathan Collier) a few weeks ago at the Fox TCA party, he was able to tease nearly half a season worth of cases.

So, when it came time to chat with Nathan again before the BONES Comic-Con panel, it should be no surprise he was able to drop a few more juicy teases about what’s in store for the upcoming season, including whether a real-life pregnancy would find its way on to the show…

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August 1, 2014

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CASTLE’s sixth season ended in a way many fans didn’t expect: instead of Castle and Beckett tying the knot, he disappeared on the way to their wedding…and was presumed dead. But since the show is called CASTLE, it’s fairly safe to say the show won’t be going down that tragic path.

To get a little bit of insight into what’s to come, I sat down with CASTLE creator, Andrew Marlowe, and new showrunner, David Amann, to talk about season 7, how Castle’s absence is impacting the people who care about him most, and more…

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July 31, 2014

ONCE UPON A TIME has FROZEN fever, and season 4′s premiere will introduce several of the film’s best known characters, including Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff.

ABC has released some official photos of Elsa (played by FRINGE’s Georgina Haig), and Kristoff (played by GREEK’s Scott Michael Foster). Check them out!

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ONCE UPON A TIME - Master storytellers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz ("Lost," "Tron: Legacy") invite everyone to join Emma Swan, Snow White, Prince Charming, The Evil Queen, Hook and all the other resident fairytale characters as they prepare to defend themselves against a magical force from the past that's too unpredictable even for Rumplestiltskin - Elsa, the Ice Queen from Arendelle. (ABC/Katie Yu)SCOTT MICHAEL FOSTER, GEORGINA HAIG

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July 31, 2014

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We’ve got well over a month before network shows return from their summer hiatus, but we’re just about reaching the point where decisions need to be made about catching up on shows that may have been missed (or initially passed over) last season in order to be current when things return.

And hey, there’s a lot of great TV on these days. Sometimes it’s hard to commit to a show until you’ve heard from enough people that it’s actually good/you know it will return for a second season. So, on that note, I do have a few suggestions for shows you should bump to the top of your list.

Last up? THE GOLDBERGS!

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July 31, 2014

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We’ve got well over a month before network shows return from their summer hiatus, but we’re just about reaching the point where decisions need to be made about catching up on shows that may have been missed (or initially passed over) last season in order to be current when things return.

And hey, there’s a lot of great TV on these days. Sometimes it’s hard to commit to a show until you’ve heard from enough people that it’s actually good/you know it will return for a second season. So, on that note, I do have a few suggestions for shows you should bump to the top of your list.

Next up? SLEEPY HOLLOW!

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July 31, 2014

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We’ve got well over a month before network shows return from their summer hiatus, but we’re just about reaching the point where decisions need to be made about catching up on shows that may have been missed (or initially passed over) last season in order to be current when things return.

And hey, there’s a lot of great TV on these days. Sometimes it’s hard to commit to a show until you’ve heard from enough people that it’s actually good/you know it will return for a second season. So, on that note, I do have a few suggestions for shows you should bump to the top of your list.

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July 30, 2014

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When SLEEPY HOLLOW’s first season concluded, every single character was put in a highly dangerous situation, but for Irving, his situation was more grounded than the rest: he was arrested after he confessed to crimes he didn’t commit in order to protect his family.

At Comic-Con, SLEEPY HOLLOW stars Orlando Jones (Irving) and Lyndie Greenwood (Jenny), as well as co-creator Alex Kurtzman spoke with reporters about Irving’s loss of control (and the semi-appropriate place he ends up), as well the addition of Matt Barr — and who has been handsy with him…

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July 30, 2014

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THE FOLLOWING season 3 will pick up a year after the second season left off, and, understandably, there will be some changes in store.

At Comic-Con, Kevin Bacon (Ryan) and Shawn Ashmore (Mike) talked with reporters about Ryan’s happier mindset, the “rage and revenge” bubbling for Mike, and more…

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