Can’t wait until Tuesday to see what’s in store next on “Grimm”? You’re in luck — Zap2it has an exclusive clip from May 14′s episode “The Waking Dead.”
In it, Bitsie Tulloch’s Juliette, in her determination to know everything about Nick’s (David Giuntoli) world after recovering her memory, confronts Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Bud (guest star Danny Bruno). She wants to understand the world of Grimms and Wesen.
Bud, always the… Continue reading 'Grimm' first look video: Juliette wants answers in 'The Waking Dead'
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Fans of NBC’s Awake have now had time to process the series finale (watch it below) and form their own theories about where the show would have gone had there been a second season. We asked creator Kyle Killen to weigh in. Here are 10 things you need to know:
1. There really was an accident, this wasn’t all
Wondering what to see in theaters this weekend? Here’s a hint: something you didn’t see last weekend! Your (very limited) Weekend Movie Preview has arrived.
Take a picture of this weekend; it’s one of the rare ones when no wide releases hit theaters for your viewing pleasure. The good news is that there are plenty of holdovers for you to enjoy. ‘The Muppets‘ and ‘Breaking Dawn‘… Continue reading New Releases: 'Shame,' 'Answers to Nothing' and Many Holdovers
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The new fall TV season has officially begun, and one of the breakout shows (and one of the favorites around the EW offices) is ABC’s new nighttime soap Revenge. Starring Brothers & Sisters‘ Emily VanCamp as the vengeful Emily Thorne, who seeks retribution for her framed father, Revenge premiered on Wednesday to a surprisingly healthy 10.1 million viewers… Continue reading ‘Revenge’ creator Mike Kelley: ‘You will have all of the answers by the 13th episode’
In the wake of the news that Netflix is splitting off into two companies (Netflix and Qwikster), Moviefone answers every possible question you have about what’s next for the online giant.
Q: What’s a Qwikster?A: Qwikster is Netflix’s new DVD-only business — what Netflix used to be before it started selling streaming video subscriptions. If the name evokes Napster, Friendster or other no-longer-cutting-edge Internet brands, well, maybe that’s not an accident.