When The 100 returns Wednesday, it doesn't waste any time addressing the big question: Where the hell were Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and the others taken?
How The 100 blurs the lines between savagery, sacrifice and survival
In the previously released first minutes of the premiere, Clarke sets out to discover just that — by taking a young girl hostage at knife-point. But in this exclusive sneak peek, Clarke's mission to find her friends (and a way out) doesn't exactly turn out as planned. And what Clarke discovers turns everything you thought about Mount Weather upside down.
Having an immortal on the case is especially helpful when solving copycat murders it seems.
When a human heart is delivered to homicide on Tuesday's all-new Forever, Henry (Ioan Gruffudd) is the first to realize that they're on the trail of a Jack the Ripper copycat. His keen deduction might have something to do with the fact he was actually on-hand for the original murders (complete with a time period-appropriate mustache, mind you).
Evan Rachel Wood
If you were alive and at all interested in pop culture in 2003, you probably remember Vanity Fair's "It's Totally Raining Teens!" issue. The cover featured all the hottest young starlets of the new millennium: Amanda Bynes, the Olsen twins, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff, Alexis Bledel, Evan Rachel Wood, Raven-Symone and Lindsay Lohan. But for Wood, the cover was anything but the fresh-faced celebration it was meant to be.
It looks like we've finally found something to replace the Smash-shaped hole in our heart and its name is Peter Pan Live!
Based on the poster for NBC's latest attempt at a live musical, this retelling is going to be the epitome of hot mess. And not in the way The Sound of Music Live! was a mess but took itself very seriously. Everything about the Peter Pan Live! poster promises pure campy goodness — from the glitter encircling everyone's least favorite Girls star Allison Williams to Christopher Walken's beauty mark. (Seriously. What is up with that?)
As Ebola continues to spread across the world, Ridley Scott and producer Lynda Obst have decided to keep moving forward with a limited series about the fatal virus.
While the special effects and makeup departments are working overtime to create the titular freaks of American Horror Story, the real unsung hero of Freak Show is Jessica Lange's wardrobe. The pantsuits! The hats! The robes! Each piece is so desperately outré that before Elsa even takes the stage, you know this is a woman clinging to whatever attention and power she can get.
So move over Marlene Dietrich. Check out every painfully glamorous outfit Lange has worn on AHS: Freak Show so far:
Gwyneth Paltrow, Martha Stewart
The Martha Stewart vs. Gwyneth Paltrow feud has entered Round 3 in the most epic, albeit not so tasteful, of fashions.
In the November issue of Martha Stewart Living, the ex-con and lifestyle guru blatantly mocks Paltrow's split from Chris Martin with a spread titled, "Conscious Coupling." Unlike Paltrow and Martin's marriage, which was plagued with cheating rumors, Stewart's feature pays homage to "the perfect marriage" — that of pie crust and filling.
Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Pharrell Williams
Not every current coach is returning to The Voice next season. But before you freak out, don't worry: Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will be back.