The axe (or sickle, technically) has been hanging over The Americans for three years, and might finally fall in Season 4. Our first official footage trailer has arrived, along with new synopses, and Paige doesn’t seem to be keeping her mouth shut any more than we last saw her.
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The moment Supergirl was announced for CBS, Flash and Arrow fans have hoped for a potential crossover between The CW and CBS. Recent responses from executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti have overwhelmingly dashed our hopes, but it looks like Supergirl pulled a fast one. Barry Allen is coming to National City!
Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David has been no stranger to SNL in recent months, between the 40th Anniversary and his Bernie Sanders impression, but this Saturday will be a well-deserved homecoming for the former staff writer. Or not, as David doesn’t really want you to watch anyway, judging by the first promos.
It seemed pretty apparent at the end of The Walking Dead 2015 closer “Start to Finish” that the whiny little Sam would bring walker carnage down on all her heroes, and 2016 premiere “No Way Out” isn’t backing down from that, by the first premiere synopsis. Plus - who’s “gonna need a bigger beard”?
Ubiquitous though they are these days, cast reunions aren’t always so easy to put together. Jimmy Kimmel and George Clooney learned this the hard way, trying to reunite the cast of ER for a new sketch, but hey, there’s always the time Doug Ross met Dr. House! That happened, right? I don’t watch TV. Yes, I appreciate the irony.
Flash may have gotten a bit stuck in the “Fast Lane” by this week’s ho-hum hour, but the next two weeks may prove the most anticipated of the season, finally heading to Earth-2 with plenty of familiar faces. See Killer Frost, Deathstorm and Earth-2 Barry in our first full glimpse of “Welcome to Earth-2!”
A ways back, we’d heard that the ever-clever MacGyver had reinvented himself with a new CBS series under Furious 7 helmer James Wan, returning to that faithful well of a young origin story. That dream is today reality for he Eye, as CBS grants an official pilot order to a new generation of MacGyver, with sexy results.
We are in a strange era of television with networks reviving beloved shows like The X-Files and, uh, Full House, and developing sequel TV shows for the kind of movies you never really thought needed a sequel — like Training Day and Limitless (though the latter seems to be doing okay). The latest movie to get its own baffling TV follow-up is Cruel Intentions, the 1999 thriller that weirdly spawned a few direct-to-video sequels already.
Not that the series itself has lacked for red-hooded archers, Arrow fans are eagerly awaiting Colton Haynes’ return as Roy for this week’s “Unchained,” the character hopefully keeping out of that grave we’ve seen teased all season. Our first clip has arrived, and it seems more than Roy’s life is at stake: There’s also Oliver’s identity, and the internet itself.
It’s a tale as old as TV, one show giving rise to a mega-star among the ranks, and Gilmore Girls has had its share both before and after Melissa McCarthy. Sadly, it doesn’t appear as if the Ghostbusters star will reprise her role as Sookie St. James for Netflix’s long-heralded Gilmore revival, according to a chilly tweet from the star.