“The Walking Dead”
“They’re screwing with the wrong people,” said “Walking Dead”protagonist Rick Grimes as he and most of the main cast were forced into an unfriendly trailer in the “safe haven” known as Terminus. Yet, there is reason to believe that Terminus is not as safe as they all once assumed. Grimes sees various signs revealing that this town in the midst of a zombie world is just as dangerous as its surroundings and could be using its own residents as food.
Now, the possibilities for the upcoming season are limitless. How will the crew get out of this distressful place? Will they uncover the secrets behind Terminus? Will Tyreese, Carol and Beth, the only members not in the trailer, prove to be integral to the survival of the rest of the cast? Tune in to AMC at 9 p.m. on Oct. 12 to find out the answers.
“Before Batman, there was Gotham.” Fox is premiering the dark and gritty story of Gotham City as it was when the future Commissioner Gordon arrives. The corruption ingrained in the deepest hearts of the city stars Ben McKenzie (“The O.C.,” “Southland”) as Jim Gordon, a cop who is just discovering that there is nothing redeeming about Gotham City.
While this show is about the beginning of Bruce Wayne, it is not centralized around Batman. Instead, the show explores the origins and the paths that the villains and heroes took that lead them to their places in the comics that we know today. I think that this take on a well-known story is a great way to explore more of the infamous city, which is just as vital to the origin of Batman as the cape and cowl.
Catch the beginnings of The Riddler, The Penguin, and Catwoman on Sept. 22 on Fox—and see if you can spot the Joker!
“Revenge” recently released the dramatic trailer for the fourth season. After the exciting season three finale, this season should be more intense than ever before.
Now that Emily – or should I say Amanda Clarke – has finally gotten revenge, what is going to happen this season? Well apparently David Clarke is back, and alive, which should prove for some interesting interactions. Also, is Conrad really dead? How long will Victoria last in the psychiatric hospital?
All I know is that I’m still mourning the loss of the mind-blowingly sexy Aiden Mathis. I’m going to miss his perfect British accent and boyish charm. Now I’ll have to focus all my love on Jack Porter. Will he and Amanda ever get together? Can they kill Daniel together? Will Charlotte remain an innocent bystander or somehow become dragged into the Grayson-Clarke drama?
Find out what happens Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. on ABC.
If you thought Thursday was best known for its thirstiness, you are in for a change of heart when Shonda Thursday comes to ABC this fall. “Scandal,” which is, in my opinion, one of the best shows on television is the highlight of the night.
“Scandal” will be nestled between the classic “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 p.m. and Shonda Rhimes’ newest show “How to Get Away With Murder,” which airs at 10 p.m.
“Scandal,” the show with the best plot twists, outfits and emotional highs and lows is going to come back with a vengeance. To put this into perspective, I watched all three seasons of this show within two days because I couldn’t stop. So for those of you who haven’t watched “Scandal” yet, you still have time!
I for one am excited to see where this season takes the roller coaster relationship of Olivia Pope and President Fitzgerald. I’m a Fitzgerald fan. Sue me.