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Do you know who the mole is on The Blacklist? —Dominic
NATALIE: When the NBC drama returns, everyone who was in attendance during Garrick's incursion on the black site will be a suspect, and a familiar face will end up on Red's hit list. See, he's determined to avenge Luli's death, taking down anyone and everyone who was involved in the raid.
Will Joe Carroll have to rebuild his cult on The Following since he's been presumed dead for a year? — Megan
ADAM: The number of Joe's followers does seem to have dwindled as the new season begins, and those that do remain...
Like most Adult Swim fare, there's a manic quality to Rick and Morty, but co-creator Dan Harmon instills an oddly emotional realism to it, helping it stand out amongst the crowd.
The series follows Rick, an alcoholic mad scientist, as he drags his slightly dimwitted grandson Morty on a series of adventures across time and space. While Rick has no qualms roping Morty into his own self-serving schemes and even knocking off a few of his classmates along the way, there's a thrilling freedom to watching Rick indulge in his bad tendencies.
As Harmon explains toTVGuide.com, part of Rick's appeal is the fantasy fulfillment of "wanting to be the smartest [person] in the room and telling everyone else that none of their problems matter ... and just burping and walking away." Though over time, Harmon says, people will start to understand Rick is the way he is because he "has seen a lot of things that would challenge a normal person's ability to continue thinking that certain things are sacred."
Though Jeff (Joel McHale) seemingly got his happy ending he finally graduated from Greendale last year, judging by the first trailer forCommunity's fifth season, it was all downhill from there.
The lawyer has apparently hit hard times (in case his new beard didn't make that clear enough). In fact, his law career is looking so grim that Jeff decides that going back to Greendale is a better option. Only now the student has become the teacher.
John Oliver is moving on up!
Just a few months after successfully taking over for Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show, the comedian is getting his chance to shine again as the host of a new weekly comedy show on...
Community will boast not one, but two very special guest stars from Arrested Development this coming season.
In addition to series creator Mitch Hurwitz, who will play Greendale's ultimate party animal...