Thursday, July 17, 2014

True Blood Season 7 Episode 5 Lost Cause Preview

Just in case that you thought “True Blood” was not crazy enough already, next week’s new episode may take things to yet another level. Expect more drama, emotion, and violence in “Lost Cause,” even though the title is somewhat ambiguous all the time as the end of this series is yet to come. Is it possible that even more death could be upon us? We’d count on it, given we see there being a very tiny chance that the people alive now are the same ones that are here when the finale arrives. But you can expect at least a few characters to make enormous decisions, just as you can also expect to see a new environment for Alexander Skarsgard’s Eric.

Here is the official synopsis of true bood season 7 episode 5 entitle Lost Cause, Exhausted from her recent travails, Sookie finds herself the unwilling host of a festive mainstreaming party in Bon Temps. In search of an elusive adversary, Eric and Pam head to Dallas and attend a gala fundraiser. Andy makes a life-changing decision; Jessica and James reach a crossroads; Bill loses himself in remembrance of human days.”

By the end of this episode, we are going to have to do with the shocking feeling that there is literally only five episodes left on the entire series. How in the world will this crazy tale end? We imagine a bloodbath, but hopefully there will be some genuine character moments thrown in here at some point, as well. If you miss all the time to make in your screen watch series online so that every episode you will definitely updated.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 6 Sum Up

This week the Alison considered leaving Rosewood again, but for good this time but somethings just happen that wrap it up for pretty little liars season 5 episode 6, A had other plans. After the terrifying situation in Toby's house the gang is on the street looking at the aftermath of the explosion at Toby’s house, when they receive a text from A. They are shocked as they know Shawna’s dead, so who could be texting them? Toby runs off, and the house explodes more. Thankfully, no one is killed. The girls believe that A never really went away, and that whoever it is knows that Aria killed Shawna.

Hanna runs into Caleb at the coffee shop. He tells her that there has to be a reason that A targeted Toby’s house for a reason and that the cops believe a gas leak was to blame for the explosion. Caleb also reveals that he doesn’t plan to stay in Rosewood long.

Aria worries that A will expose her to the police for killing Shawna as Ezra looks for a connection between Mrs. D. and the girl in Ali’s grave, Bethany Young, who was a patient at Radley. Spencer heads home to pick up a book and runs into her father, who’s angry about his wife leaving him, and Spencer going with her. Mr. Hastings admits he lied about he and Melissa’s whereabouts, but insists he never killed anyone.

At lunch Ali gets a video of her mother being buried alive. “I buried your mom the same way I watched her burry you,” A texts her. The girl try to figure out who A is, who is the same person who killed Mrs. D. Spencer defends that her dad didn’t do it, but Melissa is still a suspect. Ali wants to leave Rosewood for good this time, and the girls try to talk her out of it, telling her she still won’t be safe. Spencer visits Radley, and her old friend Eddie. She asks him about Bethany, but he refuses to tell her anything. Travis comes to Hanna’s house after she forgets about their date. She apologizes for her actions and he seems upset. Ali makes plans to leave Rosewood, and Hanna says that she’ll help her try and escape A’s wrath.

Aria tells Ezra that they can’t go back to the way things were because of all his past lies. There’s a knock at the door and it’s the police officer heading the investigation. Aria hides. The police officer tells Ezra that Shawna was found dead at a theater that his family owned, and that when Shawna was dead there was gun residue found on her sweatshirt, the same shirt she was wearing the night before when she shot Ezra in New York. Emily asks Paige to give her the names of the people who are conspiring against Ali with Mona. Paige refuses to tell, and Paige tells her that Ali’s life is in danger. Spencer arranges for her mom and dad to meet, and Mrs. Hastings isn’t happy about it. Ali makes her escape plans, and Hanna helps her pack, and offers to drive her to the train station. Ezra receives a drawing at his front door. The drawing is of Mrs. D. and is signed Bethany. Camera footage reveals Eddie from Radley left the photo at his door.

Emily gets upset when she finds out that Ali was planning to leave. Ali heads home to see her father, but he’s not there. She talks to him on the phone, and then plans to leave.

However, Ali isn’t alone in her house. She heads to her room to get a few things, including money, and fake I.D.’s and returns downstairs to a dark house. A is standing behind her and hits her hard. Ali and A struggle as Alison is being choked to death. Emily comes in and fights off A, who escapes. Emily tells Ali that she can’t leave after the attack. Hanna visits Caleb and tells him that she wants Ali gone, as she never liked who she was when she was around her.

Ali gets a text from A telling her that if she leaves Rosewood she’ll be killed. She stays at Emily’s house because she’s scared. Emily stays up all night to make sure she’s safe. Spencer finds out that she and her mom are moving back home, and that Mr. Hastings is moving out. Spencer asks her mom to give her dad another chance, but she says she’s already given her too many chances after years of lies. Travis isn’t happy about Hanna’s lack of attention, and wonders if Caleb is to blame. Travis walks away from Hanna. Aria goes to Radley in hopes of being a volunteer and getting information.

Emily and Ali stop by Alison’s house to get a few things when the police officer comes to ask her some questions about Shawna, and wants her and her dad to come to the police station. Just then Ali gets a text from A saying “Time for the caged bird to sing.” The episode ended with A seemingly dressed like the Black Widow arranging flowers and a sympathy note for Bethany’s parents. A little bit confusing and scary.

True Blood Season 7 Episode 4 Sum Up

After the shocking death of Alcide in the previous episode of the series . Death? Mourning? Ain’t nobody on Sunday’s True Blood got time for that. Less than 24 hours after losing Alcide, Sookie re-focused her efforts on saving her friends from the H-Vamps and, of course, getting her flirt on. To be fair, Sookie and Jason did place some quick, tear-jerking phone calls to Jackson and Hoyt to inform them of their respective losses. Hoyt’s reaction was particularly heartbreaking, not only because he loved his crazy mama, but because Jason had to pretend like they didn’t know each other.

Then it was “Alcide who?” as Sookie and her rag-tag army of sexy, undead warriors stormed Fangtasia and freed the captives. Honestly, the whole thing was worth it just to see Arlene freak out watching a mouse transform into a full-grown, naked Sam Merlotte.

Rather than exact his revenge on Sarah Newlin, Eric demanded that Pam’s private plane redirect to Bon Temps so he could say goodbye to wait for it Willa, his progeny of five minutes. Not that I’m complaining about Eric returning home, as it triggered the long-awaited Sookie reunion of my Season 4 dreams. And even though we all know it’ll be Bill and Sookie forever and ever, don’t think I didn’t enjoy every precious second of Sookie and Eric’s shared screen time. “You cannot die on me,” she told him, which was preceded by some noteworthy hair-smelling.

I’m not usually a fan of flashbacks especially when we only have seven episodes left to wrap this whole thing up but I loved seeing Fangtasia’s backstory this week. Maybe I’m just nostalgic for video rental stores, or maybe I was craving a dose of Vitamin Ginger, but it was all so perfect. Over the seasons, Fangtasia has almost become its own character, so it’s only fair it gets the same send-off as everyone else.

Nobody died this week not anyone who mattered, anyway but Arlene came pretty close to biting the big one during the attack on Fangtasia. Thankfully, new vampire (and soon-to-be love interest) Keith arrived just in time to heal Bon Temps’ token ginger. And yes, we’ve reached the point in True Blood Season 7 where Bill’s daughter’s boyfriend’s bandmate is becoming an important character.

Jessica still feels guilty for committing faericide, but fortunately, her guilt-induced anorexia finally came to an end this week, thanks to a generous serving of blunt honesty from Sookie. “I don’t give a f—k about your problems,” Sookie told her. Sookie just needed more healthy vampires to help save her friends from Fangtasia, and she didn’t have time for Jessica’s drama.

Speaking of Sookie making herself useful, how cool was it watching her fairie-probe Holly’s memory? If she’d always used her powers this effectively rather than literally try to rid herself of them she could have minimized a lot of her previous problems. And kudos to Lauren Bowles for that whole scene; I’m totally believing her Fangtasia basement-induced PTSD. She deserves a happy ending, that one.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

The Vampire Diaries Spoiler: Julie Pec Teases Season 6

As an avid fan of the vampire diaries expecting that the season 6 will be exciting as ever. The Vampire Diaries Season 6 premiere will bring fans back to a Magic less Mystic Falls. Season six will be the story of their battle between good and evil within themselves, and their journey back to each other to reclaim their home.

In addition, Executive Producer Julie Plec has some fresh scoop to share about Bonnie and Damon's fate, Alaric & Enzo's new role, the growing romantic tension between Stefan & Caroline, plus much more.

What is the fate of Bonnie and Damon?

Their fate is a mystery. The best way to sum it up is that all of our characters have had to come to terms with the fact that they are gone and have taken steps to move forward in their lives, for better or for worse, in grief or denial, and the question of when we see them and where are they and what happened is a part of the mystery in Season 6.

Where does Season 6 pick up? There's a substantial time jump which we're excited about. It gives us the opportunity to find these people again with enough time having passed that the grief has settled into a reality that is making them either actively move forward with their lives, spiral to a different place or make really bold and rash decisions in how they're going to live their lives without these people in them.

In reaching 100 episodes, were you looking for a way to completely change the series going forward? We really wanted to tee up the circumstance where we could really blow out the mythology of the series in the way it's represented and begin fresh. With a time jump, we could start telling very simple stories about our characters in a town with no magic, with vampires who have to hide that they're vampires and live their lives under wraps and create very new, powerful, but simple mysteries that take us back to that Season 1 feeling. We're excited about digging into our characters' emotional lives and playing that mystery and suspense and tension and psychological horrors rather than big extravaganza horror. The fun of tuning into the first episode will be to see where all these characters have landed, who they're friends with, who they're using as emotional support, who's not even in Mystic Falls adjacent or Whitmore and has each character has dealt with this.

What did Grams ~ Jasmine Guy mean when she told Bonnie she made sure she'd have peace? It's the biggest clue one can take in the finale as far as the mystery of what's going to happen next year. That was not an arbitrary comment and Grams clearly did something and the question is what.

Why did you decide to bring back Matt Davis for Season 6? All season long when we were talking about destroying the Other Side for good we knew that there were people over there we like to visit again and again. So it was our one final opportunity to either say goodbye to certain people or say hello again to certain people. We just did a random poll: "If there was anybody you wanted to see for sure that would devastate you to never be able to see again?" The two answers were Lexi ~ Arielle Kebbel and Alaric so we decided to make one devastating and one hopeful. The thing about Lexi is that she did a beautiful sacrifice for her friend which is really what that character was born to be that rock for Stefan. Alaric was created to be a guardian to Elena and Jeremy and if there's anybody who needs that emotional support right now it's Elena.

So will Elena really lean on Alaric in Damon's absence? He is a really beautiful circle back to that dynamic where he's going to be there for her as a friend and as emotional support. But also now he has to come to terms with what it's like to live life as a secret vampire. So she has something to teach him too. The Elena and Alaric friendship is something we're really looking forward to next year and I'm super excited to have Matt back. He's not only a fan favorite, but a cast favorite.

And Michael Malarkey is back as well. Malarkey is one of the nicest, most enjoyable people you'll ever meet and Enzo is wicked and fun and we're excited to bring him aboard next year. He'll be Enzo — stir up the pot, an enemy to some, friend to others, looking out for No. 1 mostly.

Lexi brought up the obvious "thing" between Stefan and Caroline. Will this be addressed? The one thing we know pretty clearly is that Caroline, in her heart of hearts, is starting to accept she has feelings for Stefan. In fact, we cut a scene in the finale where that was even more clear. I think she's finally admitting it to herself, losing him woke that up in her, the question is will Stefan reciprocate those feelings? That's what we'll have to explore in Season 6 and see where we go.

Any final things you're looking forward to next year? I'm frankly just really excited to tell good powerful character stories with these people we love so much and see them dramatically change in so many ways, and yet reset and find themselves in other ways. [We want] to really play this mystery of how they are going to live a life when none of them can come together at the Mystic Grill in their hometown without burning to death or whatever might happen to them. I'm excited to see the friends find their way back to each other.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Revenge Spoilers: Emily New Love Interest in Season 4

Emily Van Camp‘s Emily Thorne is getting a new romance on the upcoming fourth season of Revenge, Hamptonites. Should we be worried for Jack?

Emily’s getting a major new love interest this fall. Details are sparse, but I hear the recurring character will be sexy, charming and full of secrets. Jack/Emily ‘shippers shouldn’t throw in the towel though.

Revenge exec producer Aaron Harberts hinted to that the bond between the star-crossed lovers will likely intensify in the wake of David’s resurrection. Revenge is set to introduce a new romance for Emily Thorne when the ABC series returns this fall.

The yet to be cast character is described as sexy, charming but full of secrets.. Hmm. Should we judge him this early, Revengers?

Maybe not just yet. Find out more about him on this latest Revenge scoop we've learned: He’s a childhood friend of Jack’s who has a touch of PTSD from his military days. He decides to make his short-term visit to the Hamptons permanent after something life-changing happens to Jack, then makes fast friends with a number of the locals including Em. I'm sure most of the revenge fans are excited to the comeback as Emily is trying to stand in her feet again with the new love. Definitely it is a big comeback for revenge season 4 and don'y miss it.

Once Upon A Time Casting Spoilers: Finally ABC Found Elsa

As an avid fan of Elsa in the hit maker movie I am also super excited that Once upon a time season 4 finally twist off the series and brings Elsa in the series. ABC's fantastical hit, Once Upon A Time, has finally cast it's biggest addition to season 4 thus far, Queen Elsa of Arendelle. Fringe alum, Georgina Haig, will play Once's next perfect addition, Elsa. This fresh scoop comes in at the heels of my previously spolied casting of newcomer Elizabeth Lail to play Anna and Greek alum Scott Michael Foster to play Kristoff. Here's how Co-creator's Adam Horowitx and Edward Kitsis plan on showcasing Elsa in season 4.

We are very well aware of how beloved is, so we’re very careful that we want to tell a story that is uniquely ours but also honors those characters that everyone fell in love with this past year, Eddy Kitsis teases: The thing we love about Elsa is she is perceived to be a villain but is clearly misunderstood, and that goes to the heart of our show.

Elsa has long struggled to control her “chilling” powers, and once even unleashed upon her town an eternal winter. Ultimately, she realized that the key to keeping her powers in check is love namely, her bond with younger sister Anna and now she is aware of the threat she poses if she were to lose control of her magic again.

Monday, July 7, 2014

True Blood Season 7 Episode 3 Sum Up Alcide Dies

The cold open was set in Los Angeles, where Sarah is enjoying a yoga lesson. It was far less exciting than last week’s start in which Jason had his fantasy about Eric, but we’ll explain the reason for her appearance in a moment. The true blood season 7 episode 3 “Death is a dark and blinding, whether you see it coming or not.” Sunday’s heartbreaking, game-changing True Blood, which took the life of yet another beloved resident of Bon Temps.

Desperate to save her friends and Sam’s pregnant girlfriend from the basement of Fangtasia, Sookie hatched one of her classic half-baked plans to lure the Hep-V vampires into the open. Bill followed along, mostly to take part in the maiming, but also to spend time with his ex, who’s apparently been having massive doubts about her love for Alcide. “Maybe you’ll grow to love him more,” Bill said, a sentence not even he believed.

Now here’s the craziest part: Sookie’s plan actually kind of worked! Then, without warning, a bullet pelted Alcide in the forehead, sending his giant naked body tumbling to the ground. Given the opportunity to bring him back as a vampire, Sookie declined, sealing Alcide’s fate forever.

Eric spent the entire hour reflecting on Sylvie, a delightful French gal he used to bang back in the late ’80s. It was right around the introduction of Tru Blood, and Eric’s refusal to go along with the Authority’s plan cost him the life of his sweet, sweet Sylvie. He was actually forced to choose between saving Sylvie or Pam, and I’ll give you one guess which choice he made.

Sarah Newlin is back again in the show. She appears to have left her mad days behind her in favor of a deep-breathing, self-reflective lifestyle, but come on, do you really buy that? Either way, yoga won’t save her once Pam and Eric come calling, just as it didn’t save her guru lover.

Fresh out of his shower last episode, Alcide finds that Sookie has run over to Bill’s house. “I know she came here, I can fucking smell her,” Alcide yells at Mr. Compton’s door, but they’re already gone. In the car, Bill asks Sookie to take his blood in order to help her. He gets a little too much pleasure from her sucking, so she reminds him that she’s got a boyfriend.

Sookie sets herself up as “vampire bait” for the H-Vamps and reminds Bill of the time he described her as such. She confesses that she really loves Alcide, but “I’m afraid that I don’t love him as much as he loves me.” Sookie grows impatient waiting for the vampires, in part because her smell should be drawing them to her. Bill hits on her by complementing her smell. In a flashback, Bill takes a family photo before he heads off to war.

The H-Vamps finally show up with Holly, but it doesn’t go as planned. They attack Bill, but Alcide, Jason, Andy, and others kill them quickly. Alcide yells at Bill for listening to Sookie, and shockingly Alcide gets shot and killed by Lou, someone on Vince’s side. Sookie decides not to turn him into a vampire because she’s “been down that road before.”

We were surprised that Alcide was killed off, but these are the types of sacrifices that we can expect during a final season because the show runners don’t have to worry about these characters in the future. We suppose this means that Sookie will now seriously consider getting back with Bill, a pairing that fans have been hoping would come true before the story ends.