Author: Noetta Harjo

AGENTS OF SHIELD Recap: (S05E08) The Last Day

The Agents of SHIELD have been tested through space and time…literally. They’ve always figured out a way to save themselves and the world if need be. This time is different. They were sent into the future against their will. The one person who could give them answers died. The only thing they knew was the prophecy that SHIELD is supposed to save humanity. When they got to their destination, they found the earth had been quaked and humanity was scarce. Last week, the team was able to escape the Kree leader Kasius (Dominic Rains) and headed to what’s left...

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SUPERNATURAL Recap: (S13E10) Wayward Sisters

Supernatural kicked off the new year with a new show…sort of.  If you haven’t heard by now, Supernatural has a sister show.  Wayward Sisters is about Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) as she trains her adopted daughters to be hunters.  Claire Novak (Kathryn Newton), Alex Jones (Katherine Ramdeen), and Sheriff Donna Hanscum (Briana Buckmaster) welcome newcomers Patience Turner (Clark Backo) and Kaia Nieves (Yadira Guevara-Pip) to the family as they attempt to save Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles). And where are Sam and Dean? Good question. Kaia is a dreamwalker. She helped Jack (Alexander Calvert) find...

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THE FLASH Recap: (S04E10) The Trial of The Flash

The Flash returns from winter break to deal with the aftermath of Clifford DeVoe’s (Neil Sandilands) death. Barry (Grant Gustin) has been framed, and we aren’t exactly sure as to why. Rewind a bit…Clifford DeVoe has been described as one of The Flash’s greatest enemies. At least that’s what Abra Kadabra and Savitar told him. The particle accelerator explosion that created The Flash affected DeVoe. His power is that he is super smart and can think quicker than Barry can run. There’s just one problem – DeVoe’s body cannot withstand his power. To avoid completely dying, DeVoe created the samuroid that...

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THE GIFTED Season Finale Recap: (S01E12/13) eXtraction & Xroads

Whoa! The Gifted season one brought their A game throughout the series. The season one finale did not disappoint. Let’s recap. The Frost triplets, Esme, Phoebe and Sophie asked the Mutant Underground to help them take down the Hound program.  The Hound program is the brainchild of Dr. Roderick Campbell (Garret Dillahunt).  His objective is to completely wipe out the mutant gene by any means necessary. That includes using drugged up mutants to find other mutants. Campbell has been working with Sentinel Services Agent Jace Turner (Coby Bell) to find Lauren (Natalie-Alyn-Lind) and Andy Strucker (Percy Haynes White). Turner...

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Claire Novak Returns to Save the Winchesters in the Next Episode of SUPERNATURAL “Wayward Sisters”

The Winchesters are lost and it’s up to the Wayward Sisters to find them on the next Supernatural. Sam and Dean are on an alternate world.  What kind of danger are they in?  First, let’s recap how we got here. Season thirteen left off where twelve ended. Jack (Alexander Calvert) was born, Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) killed Castiel (Misha Collins) and Crowley (Mark Sheppard), and then disappeared into the Apocalypse World with Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith). Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) found Jack and decided to keep a close eye on him. Dean blamed Jack for losing his...

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Barry Faces Jail Time in the Next Episode of THE FLASH, “The Trial of The Flash”

The Flash returns to the CW with Barry on the wrong side of the law. In the trailer for the winter premiere, Barry (Grant Gustin) professes his innocence after being framed for Clifford DeVoe’s (Neil Sandilands) murder. Team Flash works to keep Barry from going to prison. There’s one thing that will save Barry…he has to reveal that he is the Flash. So how did we get here? If you recall, Clifford DeVoe revealed himself as the man behind Barry’s return. DeVoe created the samuroid that threatened Central City, causing Team Flash to rescue Barry. The dark matter from...

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THE WALKING DEAD Renewed for Season 9 with New Showrunner Angela Kang

The Walking Dead continues to conquer ratings and has no plans of stopping anytime soon. AMC announced the show has been renewed for a ninth season. Not only that, but the hit show will have a new showrunner.  Co-producer Angela Kang will become the fourth showrunner for the show, taking over the reigns from Scott Gimple.  Kang joined the show in 2011 and has written over 20 episodes for The Walking Dead.  Kang will take over when production starts up for season nine, set to premiere in late 2018.  AMC, Sundance TV and AMC Studios president Charlie Collier released...

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AGENTS OF SHIELD Recap: (S05E07) Together or Not At All

Last week’s Agents of SHIELD left fans wanting more….more FitzSimmons that is.  I don’t know about you, but I was definitely cheering when they finally got engaged!   As satisfying that escape was, the trio of FitzSimmons and Daisy the Destroyer have a long way to go.   And what about May?  She was in the fighting pit.  Fitz talked Kasius into sparing her life, but is that really what will happen to her?    In “Together or Not at All” the agents are working to reunite with each other and find their way back to the past.  They are also...

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Gal Gadot Receives the #SeeHer Award at the Critics Choice Awards

Gal Gadot received the second annual #SeeHer award for her role in the blockbuster movie, Wonder Woman.  Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins presented Gadot with the award at the 23rd Annual Critics Choice Awards. The #SeeHer Award recognizes a woman who represents the values of the #SeeHer Movement. The movement started in 2016 by the Association of National Advertisers. Their mission is tear down stereotypes of women and present an accurate portrayal of girls and women in film by 2020.  The group picked 2020 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. ...

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Bryan Fuller Joins Team Rice to Bring VAMPIRE CHRONICLES to Television

Bryan Fuller has joined the writing team for The Vampire Chronicles television series, based on the books by Anne Rice. Her son Christopher Rice made the announcement on his Facebook page earlier today. This is exciting news for fans of the book series. Fuller’s resume include fan favorite Hannibal, and 2017 hit Starz series, American Gods, which he left last November. According to Entertainment Weekly, Fuller expressed to Christopher his desires to adapt the vampire novels on Rice’s podcast, Dinner Party Show. As a teenager, Fuller called Anne Rice to express his interest in adapting the first book, Interview With a Vampire. Rice...

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