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The star of Disney’s Frozen and the Bad Moms movies will break the SAG tradition of not having a host for their annual awards show.
House of Cards‘ final season will resume production in January of 2018 without original star Kevin Spacey. The show’s final season will revolve around Robin Wright’s character Claire Underwood.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind The Fog of War tackles the subject using a hybrid method that includes actors like Peter Sarsgaard, Molly Parker, Bob Balaban and Tim Blake Nelson performing roles.
Season 1, Episodes 1-4 – The show lands on two very feminist feet and one funny bone in its first four episodes.
Season 8, Episode 7 – Rick goes one on one against the “The Walking Dead” while Eugene and Dwight fight for the lives of everyone else.
Season 2, Episodes 9-10 – While Anna and Erica’s relationship falls apart, Bria takes matters into her own hands.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Ghosted‘s” latest episode “Haunted Hayride” feels like a step backward for the show.
Season 3, Episode 12 – Ghosts from Claire and Jamie’s past on Outlander emerge in Jamaica to both help and hinder their search for Young Ian.
Season 2, Episodes 5-6 – As the group gets closer to being found out, each friend resorts to desperate measures.
Season 1, Episode 5 – SMILF takes a twist on storytelling in this week’s episode about forgiveness and Father’s day.
Season 4, Episode 8 – In a solid episode, one character disappears, a new one emerges, and the gang reaches a critical point that will define not only their next steps, but the fate of the world… or what’s left of it.
Season 1, Episodes 1-4 – In this German thriller set in the fictional small town of Winden, residents are shaken by the mysterious disappearances of two local boys.
Season 2, Episode 9 – The second season finale keeps you guessing in places and unsurprised in others.
Season 9, Episode 10 – In the season nine finale, the “Fatwa!” musical is underway but a scheduling conflict brings things to a head.
Based on the 2002 cyberpunk novel by Richard K. Morgan, the ten-episode adaptation stars Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) and James Purefoy.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Dirk rescues Todd and Amanda only to come face to face with a bigger, badder foe in this week’s episode.
Season 5, Episodes 1-2 – Post-apocalyptic space dystopia might work if this wasn’t “Agents of SHIELD,” but the best parts of this show don’t lend themselves well to this plotline.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Marcus and Tomas continue to try and save Andy’s soul on “The Exorcist,” but they may be in way over their heads.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Mac risks his life and discovers what may be a terrible truth about one of the team members in this week’s episode.
Brenton Thwaites is Robin in the fist photo released from Greg Berlanti’s Titans.
David is back! Johnny Galecki has finally closed a deal to return for one episode of ABC’s Roseanne revival.
“Friends isn’t just the quintessential 90’s sitcom, it also defines the annoying nice-guy/bad-guy archetype through Ross Geller,” writes Sabrina Cognata.
The Riverdale Sabrina the Teenage Witch spinoff has moved from The CW to Netflix, which has ordered a 20-episode first season of the supernatural teen drama series.
Season 2, Episodes 4-8 – New allegiances are formed, new love connections are made, new familial bonds are tested, and fresh mutinies are staged as “Frontier” wraps up its second season.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Sheldon’s desire to be a theoretical physicist is sparked in this latest episode.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Hondo and the team face a team of home invaders dressed as S.W.A.T., but the episode never delivers on that premise.
Season 1, Episode 11 – The Orville gives us a surprising lead into the series finale by bringing nothing new to the table.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Gordon makes a deal with Penguin for the near future of Gotham when Sofia’s tricks threaten to destroy the city.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Axel and Scarlett face their first adventure without Van Helsing while Phil and Lucky dilemma over saving Mohamad or a new group of people.
The first season of the beloved sci-fi show received five Emmys after an amazing 18 nominations, as well as awards from SAG and the PGA.