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Jim Gordon’s love life is about as complicated as the politics of Gotham City, EW.com published;

“We’re going to see Jim make, in some ways, big steps toward I guess what you would call the commissionership,” executive producer John Stephens tells EW. “But also we’re going to see Jim, in his quest to save the city, cross different ethical lines than he ever did before. It’s going to bring him to an ethical nadir that we haven’t seen him at, and it’s going to be told through the context of a relationship that he has with Sofia Falcone, the daughter of Don Falcone, who’s played by Crystal Reed this year. And that’s going to be a really compelling and interesting relationship.”

Gotham returns Thursday, September 21 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

August 17, 2017


Teen Wolf’s final season isn’t holding anything back. Whether we’re talking about character returns or scary villains, fans are in for an action-packed final trip to Beacon Hills.

Before the last 10 episodes premiere, EW chatted with showrunner Jeff Davis about what to expect from the supernatural this season.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: There seem to be a lot of bad guys this year, from Gerard’s army of hunters to something supernatural that’s using fear as a weapon. Are all of these various villains connected?
JEFF DAVIS:
Yes, they all come together. It’s one of those situations where Gerard and Monroe use the fear being generated by this creature to their own advantage, and it’s a dangerous game to play because fear is exactly what this creature wants and what it feeds off of. So as they’re turning the town of Beacon Hills against our heroes, they’re also making it a much more dangerous place. They’re making this creature much more powerful.

Is Gerard immune to this fear?
No but I’d say he’s someone who’s pretty fearless actually. He’s taking full advantage of it.

This season feels scarier to me than seasons past.
Yeah we were really going for it. Our inspiration was a little bit H.P. Lovecraft. We wanted things that felt creepy and scary and like they were getting under your skin, whether it’s spiders or fear itself. There’s a lot of spiders in this season.

From the trailers, we’ve seen so many great character returns, from Derek to Kate. What is it that’s prompting these returns?
It is that fear. This creature that the audience will learn more about is digging up old fears, we can say. For us, it was an excuse to bring back old friends.

With Scott, Lydia, and Malia ready to leave Beacon Hills at the beginning of the season, how is the pack dynamic different this season?
They were all ready to go their separate ways, so it was a different feeling this season [with] new people and having Stiles gone. We knew that we were going to get Dylan O’Brien for only a couple episodes, and we wanted to make his character still linger in the minds of people and also to bring him and others back in big, satisfying ways. It’s definitely a different dynamic.

Liam seems to be struggling a bit with controlling his anger this season.
He’s a little frightened of Scott leaving. It’s like having your big brother move out and he certainly leans on Scott, so we wanted to give Sprayberry something fun to play and we wanted to go back to his Achilles heel of anger and also knowing that the emotion of fear is definitely connected to anger.

Talking relationships, are Stiles and Lydia doing the long-distance thing?
Yeah, exactly.

Are Melissa and Argent happening?
You’ll have to wait and see. There’s definitely some awkwardness at the beginning of the season.

And we know Scott and Malia are happening, but how might that relationship affect pack dynamics?
It’s hard for them. There’s a moment of questions like: Would Stiles be okay with this? Are they okay with this? Is this something that’s coming out of just the emotion of the moment or is it real? We had fun with it. A lot of that develops over the season.

Teen Wolf premieres its final season Sunday, July 30 at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.

July 28, 2017


EW.com has released their set of episode stills for Teen Wolf’s season 6B premiere, airing this Sunday, July 30th.

July 28, 2017


Scott (Tyler Posey) and Malia’s (Shelley Hennig) steamy shower hookup was one of the biggest surprises in the nostalgia-heavy trailer for Teen Wolf‘s final season. Well, it sounds like there’s more where that came from: When the cast dropped by the Entertainment Weekly studio at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday, Posey and Hennig teased that they share multiple naked scenes together this season;

“The last scene that I shot, I keep saying that I’m naked in it… it’s next to this guy,” said Hennig, and Posey quickly added, “Naked!”
She continued, “We do it more than once.”

Although Teen Wolf executive producer Jeff Davis prevented Hennig from sharing any more details, he did explain why the writers decided to put Scott and Malia together. “It was a lot about where we wanted to see the characters end up. It was our last 10 episodes and we were like, ‘Look, what story lines, what relationships, what paths haven’t we gone down yet and why not, and let’s just see where it goes,” he said. “Sometimes with romances, we do a few test-out scenes where we see how the chemistry works, and it just really worked with them.”

Before the interview ended, Davis also revealed that he’s currently in post-production on the series finale and offered one tease. “The last scene is really good. It makes me choke up,” he said. “It feels like a series ending.”



Less than two weeks after MTV launched the trailer for Teen Wolf‘s final season, the cast headed to San Diego Comic-Con to talk about the end of their time in Beacon Hills. And while they were there, they shared yet another trailer with the audience, and this one showed a bit more of Gerard — who’s building an army to kill all the werewolves — gave fans a few more glimpses at a Scott-Malia romance, and showed just how powerful fear can be, EW.com‘s Samantha Highfill sat down with the cast of Teen Wolf and the executive producer Jeff Davis to discuss their time in Beacon Hills and what it means for them.



Now that Teen Wolf fans know when the show’s final season will begin — Sunday, July 30! — it’s time to start talking about what those 10 episodes will entail. So far, we know that there is a new group of hunters in Beacon Hills — and that Eye Candy‘s Casey Deidrick is joining the show as a supernatural being.

Deidrick recently tweeted a photo of his character, and EW has the exclusive details about who he’s playing. Deidrick will portray Halwyn, a former resident of Eichen House who just so happens to be a hundred-year-old Hellhound with mysterious ties to an ancient evil now threatening Beacon Hills in the aftermath of the Ghost Riders and the Wild Hunt. Whether those ties make him a good guy or a bad guy is yet to be seen, but at the very least, let’s hope he teaches Parrish some cool new Hellhound tricks.

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July 7, 2017


Spoiler alert! This story contains major spoilers about the Jane the Virgin season finale. Click away if you haven’t seen it, lest you want Rogelio to rant at you.

Jane the Virgin has a come a long way this season. After losing her husband Michael midseason, she spent the next three years working to move on from him. And she did, before realizing she may have feelings for her baby daddy Rafael instead. Complicating her love life somewhat is the return of her first love Adam (played by guest star Tyler Posey). Helping her through all her feelings about love and marriage and moving on is a letter penned by Michael from before they got married.

Meanwhile, Petra has her own problems to deal with. Her twin Anezka is out of prison and armed with both a gun and the knowledge that Petra is the one responsible for killing Scott. Meanwhile, Rafael is grappling with losing all his money thanks to Luisa taking over the Marbella and the family trust after discovering that he’s not really her biological brother. Elsewhere in the hour, Xiomara and Rogelio finally walk down the aisle. However, the newlyweds won’t really be having a smooth “honeymoon” phase seeing as how Darci is pregnant with Rogelio’s daughter!

Ahead of the season finale, EW.com and a few other news outlets had a chance to speak to executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman about some of the season-closing hour’s big moments.

This new direction could put Jane in the middle of another love triangle with Adam and Rafael. What can you say about how that will change things and what you’re planning for their mindsets for next season?
When Jane sees Adam, you’re going to need to know what his backstory is, why she never thought she’d see him again, and why he was her first love. That’s going to take her on a real journey and obviously, there’s big history there. At the top of next season, Rafael’s lost all his money. He doesn’t have anything. His credit cards don’t work. And we have a villain rising in Luisa, whose heart is out for revenge. So everybody is grappling with their circumstances more than their romances. But it’s all going to play out in that first episode because we’ve already started working on it.

Is there going to be a time jump?
No. It’s continuous.

I’m assuming Adam’s going to be very different from Michael and Rafael. Is there anything that you can say about him?
He’s an illustrator of graphic novels. So he can illustrate and she can write. They’ll have a collaboration at some point. He’s more of a youthful energy. Jane has had a lot of weight on her shoulders and this is somebody that’s going to be reminding her that she’s 27 years old. He’s a little bit more adventurous than maybe Jane is right now.

Can you speak to why Tyler’s right for the role, and what he’s been like on the show so far?
We just love him, so we were thrilled that he said he would do it. Obviously, he has so much experience, but he also had very serious stuff on Teen Wolf and also can play this lighter stuff. I saw this H&M commercial where he just had this energy. And we wanted a new, fresh start for Jane, something that’s going to bring us into a new, exciting arena and he’s just got a natural charisma and an energy that’s going to be so different from Rafael and also Michael. He’s much more of a daredevil, which is trying for someone like Jane, but also exciting.

Any idea how long he’ll stick around?
I do. But I’m not going to say. [Laughs]

June 10, 2017


The CW’s Supergirl’s season finale is right around the corner and for those who follow Supergirl might have seen the return of Superman played by Tyler Hoechlin. Tyler Hoechlin says that the battle between the two is a little more complicated than it appears;

Why is Superman fighting against Supergirl?! — Ramona
We’ll find out in the finale, but surely Rhea has had a hand in this. Either way, the showdown between supers is going to be both physically and emotionally damaging. “Any time you find yourself squaring off against someone that’s family, it takes on a little bit more of a toll,” Tyler Hoechlin tells me. “But that’s something you’re going to have to wait and see to find out; it’s a little more complicated than it appears.”

[EW.com]

May 20, 2017


It’s time to celebrate in Beacon Hills: The Teen Wolf gang just completed their 100th — and final — episode. And the MTV gang commemorated the occasion with a sweet and ornate treat;

The cast — including Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, JR Bourne (in spirit!), executive producer Jeff Davis, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez and Andrew Matarazzo — happily posed in front of an elaborate cake featuring symbols associated with the long-running series. And that decorated dessert, courtesy of HelenaWirthCakes! There’s Scott’s pack, claw marks, the Nemeton, Derek Hale’s tattoo the Triskele, Allison Argent’s pendant, a forest with wolves, a Beacon Hills High School sign, and of course, the beloved Jeep.

Teen Wolf officially wraps today (hold your tears).

[MTV.com]

EW.com wrote the following;

Turning 100 has never looked so good.

On Thursday, the cast of Teen Wolf gathered on-set to celebrate filming their milestone 100th episode … which will also be the show’s last. With the MTV drama officially wrapping for good on Friday, the large ensemble enjoyed an elaborate and delicious looking cake.

Present for the occasion was Tyler Posey, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez, and Andrew Matarazzo. Notably absent from the festivities was Dylan O’Brien, who is not confirmed to return for the show’s final run.

This summer, Teen Wolf will be back for the second half of season 6 and its final 10 episodes.



Spoiler alert: This post contains plot points from the January 31 winter finale of Teen Wolf.

Teen Wolf‘s season 6 winter finale held nothing back: Scott and his pack went toe-to-toe with the Ghost Riders while Stiles’ return gave fans moments they’ve waited years for (namely, one very passionate kiss). By the end of the hour, the Wild Hunt was gone, and Scott, Stiles, and Lydia were all headed off to college.

As for what that means for the future — the show has 10 more episodes to wrap up its story – EW spoke with showrunner Jeff Davis about the finale and what comes next.

On that Melissa-Argent kiss: When it comes to taking this friendship to the next level, Davis wasn’t always on board. “It’s actually something that I fought for a while,” he says. “Some of the writers really liked it and I was skeptical of it quite a bit. We hadn’t been planning it for a long time, but this season we were like, ‘Alright, last season of Teen Wolf, are we going to go for it? Let’s go for it!’”

Whether there’s an actual relationship in their future, however, remains to be seen. “There’s more to come in 6B,” Davis says. “There’s some awkwardness, some, ‘Did we really just do that?’ It’s definitely one of our more awkward romances.”

On the end of the Wild Hunt: The Wild Hunt is gone… but that doesn’t mean it can’t still play a role in what comes next. As Davis puts it, “There is a thread that finds its way into 6B. Everything is cause-and-effect in our world and we’ll discover that the events of 6B couldn’t have happened without the Wild Hunt coming through Beacon Hills.”

On Peter and Malia: In order to snap Peter out of his supernatural trance, Malia had to play the “dad” card, and after a season of watching the once selfish Peter put his daughter first, it felt like the two of them took a real step forward in their relationship. And according to Davis, “Fatherhood changes people, sometimes for the better.” Most importantly, he says, “Peter will be back in 6B and we’ll be exploring more of their relationship. I like the two of those actors together and they obviously have fun together, so oftentimes when we as the writers notice that two people are good together and they clearly enjoy acting together, we write more scenes for them. It was a joy having Ian Bohen back on set. No one else can say a line like, ‘Nobody likes a Nazi,’ with that kind of flair.”

On that Stydia kiss: After six long years, Stiles and Lydia finally locked lips, and not because he was having a panic attack. Furthermore, they’re in love, which sadly, is still no guarantee that we’ll get to see the two of them together in the final 10 episodes. At this point, Dylan O’Brien isn’t confirmed to return, and according to Davis, Stiles’ future “remains to be seen.” The question, as Davis puts it, is: “Is this the end of Stiles’ character with Teen Wolf?”

On where we go from here: Following an hour that felt oddly like a series finale, particularly with the full-circle ending, the question becomes: What now? “In 6B, it all goes back to Scott’s character and where Scott would be going from here, finally going from teen wolf to man wolf. It’s really his evolution as a character, from a naive lovestruck innocent kid to the leader of a supernatural underground, Beacon Hills. 6B is very much about Scott and his friends becoming outsiders again, becoming pariahs, and about fear of the other, fear of the outsider, which is also a reflection of our current cultural political climate.”

As for how Liam and the rest of the current high schoolers will factor in, Davis reveals that the show will still be set in Beacon Hills. “It’s basically predicated on a new element of the supernatural, a new danger that arrives to keep Scott and his friends in Beacon Hills just a little bit longer. One of Scott’s greatest fears is that he will never be able to leave Beacon Hills as sort of a protector of the supernatural and can he go off and have a life of his own? So we’re going to explore some of that.”

Teen Wolf will return for its final 10 episodes in summer 2017.

February 1, 2017


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