Yesterday, people began reporting that they were privy to see the entire season finale of MAFS after Amazon Prime erroneously released both episodes together. Oops! If you don't believe it, we have the video to prove it!
The Dianne Doan Vikings news has had fans of the History programme scratching their heads since it was first announced. How would Vikings writers work an Asian character into the Scandinavian-set period drama? And would Doan's character be anything more than set dressing for the show's increasingly complicated plot? As we've seen with Doan's first episode, her turn as Yidu looks to bring a great deal of intrigue to Ragnar's life–comments which have been affirmed by some of the many Dianne Doan Vikings interviews currently available.
Vikings Season 4 spoilers and new episode details are everywhere, thanks to peak excitement for tonight's season premiere. What do we know about the coming season, and what can we make reasonable guesses about? Read on for the latest–including a transcript of Travis Fimmel's recent Reddit AMA, and hints from show creator Michael Hirst that suggest Ragnar might not make it to Season 5...
History's Vikings is about to debut its fourth season, and Vikings season 4 spoilers and speculation are therefore at their most rampant. Thanks to the historical record (and the show's gentle adherence to it), we can guess responsibly with regard to some of the mysteries that Vikings season 4 holds. The fourth season also promises to be the boldest yet; History has ordered a double round of episodes–twenty episodes in total, or twice as many as usual–and fans are salivating over the prospect of a Danish overload.
Swamp People Season Seven is currently scheduled to be the show's last–but recent social media updates from star Jacob Landry have given fans an unexpected shotgun blast of hope. Is there a chance that the still-popular Swamp People could be renewed after all? To see what Jacob said–and to catch up on the controversy between History and the cast members that the show's production company fired before Swamp People Season Seven aired–read on!
After a disastrous second season of Married At First Sight, the third season is officially underway. Will the couples fare any better than their predecessors? Get some interesting spoilers about how everything played out...
The last time we saw Alex Vause, she was in a tight spot indeed. Fans are rightfully worried: Was that indeed the last time we'll see Alex Vause? Will Laura Prepon return for Orange is the New Black Season Four? Read on to find out–the answer...may surprise you.
San Diego Comic Con week is upon us, which means new trailers and spoilers galore. FX debuted new information for Fargo season two, including a delightfully silly shot of Bruce Campbell as Ronald Regan. Come on in and see, and catch up on all the new details!
Orange is the New Black had its red carpet debut of the third season premiere over the weekend. After the screening, the principal cast and creator Jenji Kohan stuck around for a Q&A at the Dramatist's Guild of America. They discussed the premiere and the themes at play in the season to come, and dropped more than a few hints about what fans should expect. Look out–there're spoilers ahead!
Sunday's Mad Men finale brought more conversation than you can shake a whiskey at–and one particular topic stood above all others. Real-life advertising agency McCann-Erickson's real-life 1971 Coke ad (along with its iconic song "I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing") is getting as much attention as it did forty years ago. Find out the story behind the commercial, why the song was first a failure, and why both are so relevant to Mad Men's last chapter.
So Mad Men ended last night. (In case you hadn't heard.) A lot of different things happened on the show. Believe it or not, many of them were happy! But the one thing everyone is talking about seems to be the very end of the show–and the fate of one Donald F. Draper. If you didn't see the episode, and don't want it spoiled, look away! Otherwise, come on in here and join the discussion.
Mad Men spoilers are always hard to come by, but over the past few years Matthew Weiner and crew have dropped some tea leaves for us to read. The series finale is this Sunday, or right around the corner. Speculation is fun! Come join in–how is the show going to end?