Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S4E12 "Hot Potato Soup" Recap

Agent Billy Koenig, having been entrusted by Coulson to guard the Darkhold, is abducted by the Watchdogs. Nadeer orders Radcliffe to enlist the Superior, an industrialist named Ivanov, who scans Koenig's brain to locate the Darkhold. It's revealed to have been hidden in the Labyrinth, a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility that only the Koenigs know of. Coulson has secured the other Koenigs and takes them along with Daisy and the May LMD to get the Darkhold. Meanwhile, Fitz is working on the Radcliffe LMD to try to gain further information and learns that Radcliffe knows Fitz's estranged father and has created another LMD.

When Simmons remembers that Radcliffe had scanned May's brain when they were curing her from Lucy's influence, she warns the team going after the Darkhold. Daisy is able to stop the May LMD just before she can kill Coulson and take the Darkhold. The Watchdogs arrive and steal the Darkhold during a fight with the team. S.H.I.E.L.D. proceeds to destroy what's left of the first Aida along with the Radcliffe LMD. Ivanov informs Radcliffe of his plan to use the Darkhold to destroy the Inhumans and Coulson, whom he blames for the recent alien crises.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs on Tuesdays on ABC at 9/8c.



FOR 2017-18 SEASON

Network Gives Early Renewals for Next Season to “Arrow,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Jane The Virgin,”
Supergirl” and “Supernatural”

January 8, 2017 (Pasadena, CA) — The CW Network has given early renewals to seven of its primetime series for the 2017-2018 season. The announcement was made today during the network’s session at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW.

Over the past several seasons, The CW has built a schedule of proven performers, from our lineup of DC superheroes, to critically acclaimed comedies, to sci-fi dramas,” said Pedowitz. “Early pickups of these seven series now allow our producers to plan ahead for next season, and gives us a solid base to build on for next season, with original scripted series to roll out all year long.”

The series being ordered for the 2017-2018 season include ARROW (Season 6), CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND (Season 3), DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (Season 3), THE FLASH (Season 4), JANE THE VIRGIN (Season 4), SUPERGIRL (Season 3), and SUPERNATURAL (Season 13). Specific premiere dates for each series will be announced at a later time.




Pasek and Paul Write Original Song, “Runnin’ Home to You,”
To be Performed by “The Flash” Star Grant Gustin

The episode will also feature an original song, “Super Friend,” from
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Star and Executive Producer Rachel Bloom and Tom Root

January 31, 2017 (Burbank, CA) ─ Award-winning songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have penned an original song entitled “Runnin’ Home to You” for THE FLASH/SUPERGIRL musical episode. Grant Gustin will perform the song in THE FLASH episode entitled “Duet,” airing Tuesday, March 21, 8:00-9:00 pm ET/PT on The CW.

In addition to “Runnin’ Home to You,” THE FLASH episode will feature another original song penned by CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND star and executive producer Rachel Bloom and Tom Root, entitled “Super Friend.”

Pasek and Paul are the Oscar/Tony/Emmy-nominated songwriting team behind the Broadway musicals Dear Evan Hansen, A Christmas Story, The Musical and Dogfight. The duo penned the lyrics for the award-winning song “City of Stars” from the film “La La Land,” which was awarded a Golden Globe for Best Original Song, a Critics’ Choice Award for Best Original Song and a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Music for “La La Land.” Pasek and Paul have also received two Oscar nominations, one for “City of Stars” and a second for “Audition (The Fools Who Dream),” both from “La La Land.” Feature film credits include “Trolls,” “The Greatest Showman” and “Medusa.” Their songs have also been featured on “Smash,” “Sesame Street” and “Johnny and the Sprites.”

“Benj and Justin are the premiere song-writing duo of our time,” said Andrew Kreisberg, Executive Producer for THE FLASH and SUPERGIRL. “Not only are they two of the most talented people Greg and I have ever met, they are also two of the nicest. To have them be a part of our musical episode is beyond our wildest expectations. We hope everyone falls in love with the song they wrote for us as much as we did.”

Based on the characters from DC Comics, THE FLASH is from by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, David Nutter, Sarah Schechter, Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing.


Freeform and Marvel Announce Lead Cast and Creative Team for Highly Anticipated Series ‘Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger’


Olivia Holt (Former Disney Channel star and Hollywood Records recording artist) and
Aubrey Joseph (‘Run All Night,’ ‘The Night Of’)
Will Star in the Title Roles
Joe Pokaski (‘Underground,’ ‘Heroes’) is Set as Showrunner/Executive Producer
Gina Prince-Bythewood (‘Love & Basketball’) is Set to Direct

Freeform and Marvel today announced the cast and creative team for its highly anticipated series, “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger,” a live-action adaptation of the popular Marvel comic.

“Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” is a coming-of-age series based on the beloved comic book characters. Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson come from starkly different backgrounds, each growing up with a secret they never dared share with another soul. The series is co-produced by Marvel Television and ABC Signature Studios. Joe Pokaski (“Underground,” “Heroes”) will serve as showrunner and executive producer; Jeph Loeb, Marvel’s head of Television and Jim Chory will also serve as executive producers. Gina Prince-Bythewood (“Love & Basketball”) is set to direct the first episode.

Olivia Holt (former Disney Channel star and Hollywood Records recording artist) will portray Tandy, a once privileged little girl, who watched as her family was destroyed by a disastrous storm that uprooted her life. Now in her late teens, an unexpected encounter with a boy named Tyrone sparks a life-changing event. Aubrey Joseph (“Run All Night,” “The Night Of“) will portray Tyrone who as a young man wanted nothing more than to prove he was fearless; but when everything he held close was taken away, life taught Tyrone to be afraid. Now older and more sheltered, Tyrone closes himself off. But when he meets a girl named Tandy his life changes forever. Additional cast for “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” will be announced at a later date. 

“We are proud that Olivia and Aubrey will be the faces of Freeform’s first Marvel series,” said Karey Burke, executive vice president, Programming & Development, Freeform. “These characters were very sought-after roles, but Olivia and Aubrey were undeniable.”

“Marvel is delighted to have found our ‘Cloak & Dagger.’  Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph encompass the true essence of the characters and we are excited for the audience to see them in these roles,” said Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel Television and executive producer.

Joe Pokaski said, “The characters of Tandy and Tyrone have always stood out to me ever since I first met them in the pages of Marvel comics when I was a boy. When Olivia and Aubrey read for the roles, these characters leapt off the page. We’re so excited to see what these talented young actors bring to the Marvel Universe.”

About Freeform
Part of the Disney|ABC Television Group, Freeform connects to audiences and goes beyond entertainment with bold original programming and immersive social engagement. The network delivers a unique mix of quality original and acquired series, plus fan favorite movies and the holiday events "13 Nights of Halloween" and "25 Days of Christmas." The Freeform app is a service that allows viewers with participating TV subscription services access to 24/7 live viewing of the network, as well as continued on-demand access via a wide array of devices.

About Marvel Entertainment and Marvel Television
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS), is one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy-five years.  Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. 

Marvel Television develops and produces some of the world’s most creative and popular live-action and animated programming for broadcast and cable television networks plus digital platforms including a historic deal with NETFLIX. Its portfolio of self-produced series includes “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., ” ”Marvel’s The InHumans” for ABC, ”Marvel’s Daredevil,” “Marvel’s Luke Cage,” and the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” for NETFLIX and “Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man,” “Marvel’s Avengers” and “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” for Disney XD. Marvel Television’s upcoming projects include “Marvel’s Iron Fist and the culminating Marvel’s The Defenders” for NETFLIX as well as “Marvel’s The Punisher” (NETFLIX), “Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” (Freeform), “Legion” (FX), and “Marvel’s Runaways” (Hulu). For more information, visit  © 2016 MARVEL

About ABC Signature Studios
ABC Signature is ABC Studios’ boutique division spearheading development and production in premium and basic cable, as well as digital platforms. They are currently in post-production on the half-hour comedy pilot, "SMILF," for Showtime, based on the Sundance Award-winning short film from Frankie Shaw who wrote, directed and will star in the series. Shaw produces with Groundswell and Quantity Entertainment. Additionally, Signature co-produced with Fifty Fathoms the John Ridley series “Guerrilla,” for Sky Atlantic and Showtime, starring Freida Pinto, Babou Ceesay and Idris Elba, which will premiere this spring. Marvel Studios and ABC Signature are also in pre-production on straight-to-series “Marvel’s Runaways” for Hulu. Signature’s credits include “Dead of Summer”, “Blood & Oil”, “Benched” and the Emmy-nominated HBO film “Confirmation,” starring Kerry Washington and Wendell Pierce.

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Emerald City S01E05 Recap: Everybody Lies

Dorothy wakes riding a horse, with a bag on her head. Shes brought through the city, to West. West looks her over, wondering if shes a good witch or a bad one.

Lady Ev arrives with her father and tin man with much fanfare. She notes that the Wizard wants sometihng. Her father takes a notice of Jack. He's indentured to her for the price of his metal.

The Wizard's guard, Eamonn returns home with Liam, and the girl. His daughter is surprised to see him, and Liam is suspicious. Eamonn knew him once. He was once a great soldier. All Liam knows is that he was found in limbo, and left for dead. Eamonn is sure that he did not betray the other soldiers. He urges Liam to stay put while he looks into things, and then he falls over from his wounds.

Ojo tells West that Dorothy is the one that killed her sister, and he wants what she promised him. He wants his wife free. West tells him that her magic can do many things, and she will return him his wife tomorrow. She sends him away. West tells Dorothy that it really doesn't matter if shes a good or bad witch. West thinks Dorothy is lying when she says that she isn't a witch. She tells West to look into her bag. West finds the gun, holding it on Dorothy. West isn't easily loved, and Dorothy murdered the only person able to love her. She pullst he trigger, but lucky for Dorothy, West had dropped the magazine, and theres not a bullet in the gun. Feeling lied to, West cold cocks Dorothy.

The Wizard proposes a toast to August, but really to himself. He pats himself on the back for his vanquishing of the Beast. He needs the Kingdom of Evs help to build weapons and kill the beast. Lady Ev asks about expert council surrounding the Wizard. Anna tells her account of the signs, but Elizabeth is clearly against her. Lady Ev toys with their emotions, goading them all.

West contacts her sister, and tells her that she has their sister's killer. Glinda wants her to wait, but West is a bit impulsive. West yells at Tipp, and Tipp gives West a little bit of insight, which West appreciates. She upgrades Tipp's status, and tells another girl Miranda to take over her former duties.

Miranda heads to check on Dorothy, who is trying to get free. Miranda doesn't try to hide the sewer entrance, but she does drive the glass Dorothy was attempting to reach into her foot.

Liam is surprised by the little girl. She tells him that Dorothy is near. He asks how she knows, she knows by her heart.

West pays Dorothy a little visit. When Dorothy rises to attack her, West uses her powers to restrain her. West wants answers before Glinda arrives. She wants to know what her sister was planning on coming to tell her before she died. Dorothy doesn't know. West asks about K. Chapman, but Dorothy doesn't know much about her either. She was her mother, and that is all she knows. West is surprised she knows nothing about her mother. Her own mother birthed all the witches of Oz, and still she knew her. She muses how awful she must be for her mother to throw her away. When Dorothy falls to the ground, the gauntlets appear. West tries to take her sister's gauntlet, but they react against her.

The Wizard asks if he can count on August to assist him. August wants his dog back. He died, maybe last year, and he wants him back. The Wizard heads straight to Lady Ev. He asks how long shes been ruling. She doesn't remember when the beast last came. The Wizard saved Oz, but he left her kingdom to drown, her mother to die. She wants nothing more than to see Emerald City and the Wizard himself destroyed. When the beast returns all her dreams will come true.

Dorothy tries to escape with no luck. Dorothy pleas with Tipp for help. Tipp tells her that she doesn't recognize her. Dorothy helped Tipp when she had nothing to gain from it. Tipp isn't grateful, she blames Dorothy for what happened. She does what she wishes Dorothy had done and walks away.

Liam and Sylvie go walking though the city, in search of Dorothy.

Its not too long before Dorothy gets company, someones she least expects, her mother. Dorothy is a smart girl, and surely, she sees right through West's disguise. Dorothy wants to believe her mother. She tells her that if she just tells West what she knows about her sister's death then she'll let them both go. She shares her memories with her “mother.” Once satisfied, West slaps her and leaves.

Lady Ev orders Jack about. Jack doesn't want to play with his crazy masked mistress anymore. He wants to know what she wants of him. She wants a friend, but she doesn't know how to be one. He puts it in simple terms, by earning it. She wonders if a festival could be the start of their friendship.

Eamonn goes tot he Wizard with his story of Dorothy felling him. He's unsure of the magic she used on him. The Wizard looks at the bullet that was removed from Eamonn's body.

Tipp changed her mind about helping Dorothy. She doesn't want to be responsible for someone else's death. Miranda catches the pair as Dorothy prepares to leave. She's more than happy to turn them in to West, after she kills them.

Glinda finally arrives. She wants to know about Dorothy, and how long she's had her. Glinda claims to harbor no secrets from West. She claims that she hadn't seen East in years, which West is surprised to hear. Miranda is the only one in the room. Glinda leaves in a huff. Miranda blames it all on Tipp, but West doesn't believe her. She tosses Miranda's dead body down the sewer.

Jack tells Lady Ev that he's sorry about her father, but Lady Ev isn't. She asks if this is what it feel like to be normal, but she won't reveal why she wears masks until they're friends.

The Wizard comes to Anna gleefully. He shows her the bullet. It is something that can kill the beast forever, and really give them something to celebrate.

Dorothy makes it to the festival, where she dons a mask and disappears into the crowd.

Liam and Sylvie are finally discovered. Some Wizard guard close in on him. He draws his sword on them. One claims that they tried to get a peek into his box, and he cut down 10 until he was stopped. Sylvie runs back to him. He realizes that hes done a lot of bad things. He asks her to let him go, to do no magic and let him go.

Lady Ev reaches for Jack's hand as they continue their walk. Some hoodlums come to grab Lady Ev's mask. Jack steps in to defend her, but gets roughed up until he remembers that he's a tin man now. He takes down all her attackers, and Lady Ev looks at him differently. He wonders if shes scared of him, but shes not. She kisses him. He tells her that friends don't do that. She decides she wants to do something else.

Elizabeth shows West the day that her sister died. West has seen all she wants to see.

The Guards take Liam to Eamonn. He tells him to release him, but Liam doesn't want to be released. He commited the crime, and he wants to pay for it.

Ojo comes for his wife, he wants what West promised him. She has not intentions of making good on her promise. Everyone lies.

Toto finds Sylvie.

Dorothy slips into the Wizard's palace. Gun drawn she looks around the Wizard's room, and finds things are not what they seem. Pink Floyd plays on the walkman. Dorothy realizes that they are from the same world, and the Wizard reveals that he knows her.


Grimm S06E04 Recap: El Cuegle

Renard is a little shocked to see Meisner. He doesn't think he's real, but Meisner doesn't think it relly matters, and he's not going to leave just because he's asked to. Renard reaches out to touch Meisner, and finds him to be very solid. Renard gets a call from Black Claw, and they're not really happy about Renard stepping down. Renard explains that it was a spell, turning his back on Meisner. Meisner disappears.

Diana is in a little bit of shock over what happened. She's not really happy about Nick impersonating her daddy. Everyone tells her that Nick had to pretend to be Renard for a little while, to do what he couldn't, but he's better now. Diana wants to see her dad, but they tell her its time for them to stay with Nick for awhile, so Kelly can see his dad. Diana notices Rosalee, or more accurately, her stomach. She announces to everyone that not only is Rosalee pregnant, but that she's having multiples.

Someone is looking up new babies on the internet, and he settles on one. The new parents are a little photo crazy about their baby. When night hits, the baby's cries wake up the parents, and the mother, Haley goes to check on the baby. The man has the baby in his hands. He wolgs into a El Cuegle and knocks the mother down. Her husband rushes in and she tells him that a man stole their baby.

In the tunnels, Eve explores. Diana, Adalind, and Kelly return to Nick's loft. Diana asks where her room is. Adalind explains they have a little less space. Diana looks at the ground sadly. A lot of people died in their home. She wants to see her daddy. Adalind promises her daughter that she will take her to see her dad tomorrow. Eve hears everyone upstairs. Nick goes over the shocking events. Diana has abilities that not even Adalind or Renard understand. They have to protect her. Eve starts up the ladder to the surface until she hears Nick confess that he was going crazy without Adalind. Her emotions are starting to get to her, and she goes back down with the stick in her sights.

Nick makes his triumphant return to the precinct to a little bit of fanfare, but Renard isn't planning on letting he, Wu or Hank bask too long. Renard wants to make things clear. He's in charge. Metals aren't coming forthwith. The trio leave, but Meisner is there. Renard fully argues with Meisner, but he's not really there. Renard is really just having a full fledged freak out. Meisner is just playing on his guilty conscious.

Wu goes over the case details, and the monster baby snatcher. Haley is distraught as she recounts the baby snatching. She's a little combative in her panic, but she eventually gets to the monster part of the story. The husband is upset, thinking that his wife hit her head and hallucinated the suspect's description. While Haley draws the suspect, Nick and Hank take Paul to where Auggie disappeared. Paul thinks Haley is a little obsessive, but really she's just a new mom.

Meanwhile the El Cuegle is having a few issues of his own, and poor little Auggie is left crying. He wolgs, taking the baby into his arms, and calms him before turning back into himself. He knows the baby is sick, and plans on getting the baby medicine.

Eve makes the decision to uncover the stick.

Nick looks over Haley's online account. He notices that she does post a lot about the baby, and every post is tagged with their location, likely how the baby was found. Wu brings over more similar cases. Nick stands up, and is instantly dizzy, as Eve touches the stick. It wounds her hand, obviously warning her off.

Hank and Nick do a little research at the Spice Shoppe to find its suspect. They find their wesen, and Monroe wants to stop the baby eating bastard.

The El Cuegle shops for some baby medication, while having a PTSD flashback and seizure. He involuntarily wolgs as a store clerk steps in to help the fallen man. The monster runs out of the store.

Hank and Nick see that similarities in the monster cases. Wu tells the that there has been a sighting.

Rosalee asks Monroe the hard question. How will can they stay in Portland, near Nick. They've been through a lot. She never wanted the white picket fence, never knew she wanted it. And now that she has it, she can't lose it. Monroe completely understands her feelings. They can't live their lives in fear, they have to live prepared.

Hank, Wu and Nick look over the security footage. He only took infant medicine. The clerk thinks it may have been a mask. A look at his getaway, shows his car plate, and its clear enough they can trace it.

Eve is still in pain the the tunnel. Her zap from the stick has turned into a symbol. She puts the stick away, and begins to carve on the wall with a rock.

Adalind makes good on her word, and takes Diana to her dads. She promises to pick up her daughter the following day, or when she's ready. Renard informs both of them that he's moving because he won't be mayor. When Adalind leaves, Diana asks why Renard doesn't love Adalind. He claims that its Nick's fault. Diana notes that Adalind said he'd say that. Renard tells her that he loves her, and Diana is satisfied. Everyone loves each other in a way.

Hank wonders why the El Cuegle wolgs at all. Something doesn't add up. He isn't stealing adult medicine. Nick notes that baby Auggie was a little sick before he was snatched. But Hank questions why he would heal the baby before eating him. Wu comes back with information on the rental car, and the men prepare to rescue the baby. The El Cuegle wolgs and attacks. Nick and Hank finally get him down and cuffed. The baby is fine, as the El Cuegle tells them not to take the baby.

At Renard's, Diana does a little cooking by magic. He laughs that it must be fun being her. Renard asks what happened to his friend Bonaparte. Diana tells him that he killed him. She tells him that he did it because he hurt mommy, and men shouldn't hurt mommy. Renard tells his daughter that she doesn't always have to protect everyone, that she could come to him, like if Nick ever hurt her mother. She tells him that Nick would be very sorry.

Haley is overjoyed to get her son back, even if Paul doesn't believe her. Nick and Hank head back to talk with their suspect. He asks about the baby. The El Cuegle doesn't do what he does because he wants to, but because he has to. He gets visions about children who do monstrous things. He sees the past, present and future. Auggie will do horrible things if he grows up. His parents marriage will fall apart, and he will murder them with he turns 19. Hank doesn't plan on letting him go. The El Cuegle begs them to look at another case that he didn't follow through on. The baby grew up to kill 10 people just last year. He begs them to let him stop the monster before its too late. Hank looks over the case of Kenneth Slater as El Cuegle asked, and Nick thinks that he is actually telling the truth. In the interrogation room, El Cuegle's vision hit him harder. Auggie kills his parents as they beg him not to. El Ceugle froths at the mouth in a seizure. The guard comes to to check on him, and he wolgs, knocking the officer out. Hank uncovers the information he needs. El Cuegle was near where Kenneth was. He's telling the truth.

Haley coos over her baby, happy that he's been returned. Paul wants her to see a psychiatrist, to talk about what she saw. Nick calls the parents and warns them that their son's kidnapper may be coming after them. Paul goes to lock the windows, but its too late, El Cuegle is there. He knocks out Paul, as Haley runs up the stairs with the baby. Hank and Nick arrive in time to save Haley and Auggie. He's killed in the process, saying the bears as he dies.

Eve continues her tunnel art.

Paul continues to fight with Haley about being crazy. Nick tries to intervene, but Paul doesn't let up.


Emerald City S01E06 Synopsis: BEAUTIFUL WICKEDNESS (2/3)


Dorothy's (Adria Arjona) confrontation with the Wizard (Vincent D'Onofrio) brings her closer to discovering the truth about her past.

Lucas (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) goes to great lengths to recover his memory, even if it means allying with West (Ana Ularu).

The Wizard enacts his plan with Langwidere (guest star Stefanie Martini) to prepare for the battle to come.

Mido Hamada and Jordan Loughran also stars.


Grimm S06E05 Synopsis: THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (2/3)


Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) join Wu (Reggie Lee) to investigate a bizarre murder in a local park.

Elsewhere, Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz) continues to deal with a ghost from his past.

Meanwhile, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) visit the doctor to see if Diana's (guest star Hannah R. Loyd) premonition is true.

Back at the loft, Adalind (Claire Coffee) finds a very weak Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) in the tunnels and mysterious drawings scrawled on the walls.


‘Shadowhunters’ Announces the Highly Anticipated Casting of Will Tudor as Sebastian


Internet rumors have been circling for months on who would play the role of Sebastian in the Freeform original series “Shadowhunters” and it was announced today that actor Will Tudor (“Game of Thrones”) has been cast in the role. Tudor will be a recurring guest star in the later half of the second season slated to air later in 2017. All-new episodes of “Shadowhunters” air on MONDAYS at 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. EST.

Sebastian is a charming, brilliant and highly educated Shadowhunter with unrivaled fighting abilities. Originally from a foreign Institute, he finds his way to the New York Institute after befriending one of the show’s main characters.

Based on the bestselling young adult fantasy book series “The Mortal Instruments” by Cassandra Clare, “Shadowhunters” follows Clary Fray, who finds out on her birthday that she is not who she thinks she is, but rather comes from a long line of Shadowhunters – human-angel hybrids who hunt down demons. Now thrown into the world of living among faeries, warlocks, vampires, werewolves and demon hunting, Clary must rely on Shadowhunters Jace, Isabelle and Alec to navigate this new dark world with her best friend, Simon, in tow.

Nothing is as it seems, including her close family friend Luke, who turned out to be a werewolf, as well as the enigmatic warlock Magnus Bane, who has surprisingly become an ally in the search for Clary’s past.

“Shadowhunters” is produced by Constantin Film and executive produced by Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, McG, Michael Reisz, Matt Hastings, Mary Viola, Martin Moszkowicz and Robert Kulzer. The series stars Katherine McNamara as Clary Fray, Dominic Sherwood as Jace Wayland, Alberto Rosende as Simon Lewis, Emeraude Toubia as Isabelle Lightwood, Matthew Daddario as Alec Lightwood, Isaiah Mustafa as Luke Garroway and Harry Shum Jr. as Magnus Bane.   

About Freeform
Part of the Disney|ABC Television Group, Freeform connects to audiences and goes beyond entertainment with bold original programming and immersive social engagement. The network delivers a unique mix of quality original and acquired series, plus fan favorite movies and the holiday events "13 Nights of Halloween" and "25 Days of Christmas." The Freeform app is a service that allows viewers with participating TV subscription services access to 24/7 live viewing of the network, as well as continued on-demand access via a wide array of devices.

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Wizard World Teams With Legendary Producer Lou Adler To Screen Original 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' In Portland, Saturday, February 18


Wizard World Teams With Legendary Producer Lou Adler To Screen Original 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' In Portland, Saturday, February 18

Additional Shows Planned At Wizard World Events In 2017
RHPS Heart Logo-333.jpgPORTLAND, Ore., January 26, 2017—Wizard World (OTCBB: WIZD) presents a screening of the 1975, Twentieth Century Fox classic musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show during the Wizard World Comic Con Portland, Saturday, February 18Barry Bostwick, who starred as "Brad Majors" in the cult favorite, will host the event, along with the local shadow cast group "Clinton Street Cabaret," beginning at 7 p.m. on the main show floor at the Oregon Convention Center, site of Wizard World Comic Con Portland that weekend.
Wizard World, the leading producer of pop culture events nationwide, is expanding its footprint in the entertainment industry. Tickets are available in advance for $10 at

“Wizard World is excited to bring this all-time cult favorite to our fans in Portland,” said John D. Maatta, Wizard World President & CEO. “It exemplifies the additional emphasis we are placing on programming and extra activities at our shows to enhance the entertainment value for attendees throughout the weekend.”

“We are looking forward to bringing the original Rocky Horror Picture Show to Wizard World Comic Con," said Lou Adler, executive producer of the film. “It is a unique opportunity and a perfect match for both.”
"'It's just a party, Janet!' Come and join me for a special screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Showwith the full Shadow Cast experience,” added Bostwick.

In The Rocky Horror Picture Show, sweethearts Brad Majors (Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, visit the creepy home of eccentric Dr. Frank N Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist in search of a phone. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O'Brien). The film, famed for midnight showings, has been screened regularly since its September 1975 U.S. release, often with audiences in full costume playing out the scenes as they are shown.

The event will also feature a display of numerous items from the original movie, for an even more authentic experience for attendees. Among them are original costumes, original costume designs, handwritten song lyrics, scripts, contracts and behind-the-scenes photos, from the collection of Larry Viezel, noted Rocky Horror superfan, historian and collector.

Wizard World Comic Con Portland will feature John Barrowman (“Arrow,” “Torchwood”), Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”), Dean Cain (“Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” God’s Not Dead), Nichelle Nichols (“Star Trek”), Marie Avgeropoulos and Tasya Teles (“The 100”), Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox (“CHiPs”), Josh McDermitt (“The Walking Dead,” “Retired at 35”), Cerina Vincent (Not Another Teen MovieCabin Fever and Lou Ferrigno (“The Incredible Hulk”) among the all-star cast of celebrities scheduled to appear, February 17-19 at the Oregon Convention Center. The event marks Wizard World's fifth annual show in Portland and the second on Wizard World's 2017 calendar of 16 scheduled events.

Additionally, Wizard World will host SocialCon ( at Portland on Saturday, February 18, with major social influencers including notables Kristen Hancher, Crawford Collins, Justin Blake, featured musical performer Zach Clayton, Nick Bean, Jackson Krecioch, Bryce Hall and special musical guest Johnny Orlando as well as many others, whose combined follower reach exceeds 50 million. SocialCon will feature meet-and-greets, live performances, Q&A panels, autographs, photo ops and more.

Portland will also feature an exciting array of activities, including non-stop live entertainment throughout extended evening hours, Kick off the Con and After Parties, gaming, exclusive Q&A sessions with top celebrities, movie screenings hosted by stars and directors and more. Details to follow soon.

Wizard World Comic Con events bring together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop culture: movies, television, gaming, live entertainment, comics, sci-fi, graphic novels, toys, original art, collectibles, contests and more. Portland show hours are Friday, February 175-10 p.m.Saturday, February 18, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; and Sunday, February 19, 10 a.m. -4 p.m.

Wizard World is also the place for cosplay, with fans young and old showing off their best costumes throughout the event. Fans dressed as every imaginable character—and some never before dreamed—will roam the convention floor. The famed Wizard World Comic Con Portland Costume Contest will take place on Saturday night.

The Wizard World 2017 schedule is available at:


Powerless S01E01 Synopsis: WAYNE OR LOSE (2/02) SERIES PREMIERE


In a world where humanity must cope with the collateral damage of Super Heroes and Super-Villains, Emily Locke (Vanessa Hudgens) begins her first day as Director of Research & Development for Wayne Security, a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises that specializes in products that make defenseless bystanders feel a little safer.

Full of confidence and big ideas, Emily quickly learns that her expectations far exceed those of her new boss Van Wayne (Alan Tudyk) and officemates, so it will be up to her to lead the team toward their full potential and the realization that you don't need superpowers to be a hero.

Danny Pudi, Christina Kirk and Ron Funches also star.


Shadowhunters S02E07 Synopsis: How Are Thou Fallen (2/13)

Clary and Luke find themselves at odds over Cleo in “How Are Thou Fallen,” an all-new episode of “Shadowhunters,” airing MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13 (8:00 – 9:00 p.m. EST), on Freeform.

Luke’s sister shows up at the Jade Wolf claiming innocence about the recent attack. But with Luke not trusting a word Cleo says, he finds himself at odds with Clary who sees an opportunity to get to Valentine. Yet how far will Clary go to prove she is right about Cleo?

Meanwhile, Simon gets dating advice from a surprising source as Isabelle takes a dangerous path.

“Shadowhunters” is produced by Constantin Film and executive produced by Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, McG, Michael Reisz, Matt Hastings, Mary Viola, Martin Moszkowicz and Robert Kulzer. The series stars Katherine McNamara as Clary Fray, Dominic Sherwood as Jace Wayland, Alberto Rosende as Simon Lewis, Emeraude Toubia as Isabelle Lightwood, Matthew Daddario as Alec Lightwood, Isaiah Mustafa as Luke Garroway and Harry Shum Jr. as Magnus Bane.   

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MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. S04E12 Synopsis:Hot Potato Soup

Agents Sam and Billy Koenig (Patton Oswalt) are hunted down to get at the Darkhold book, and only Coulson and the team can save them before the clock ticks out.

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 Episode 11 "Wake Up" Recap

Daisy and Mace plan to attend a Senate hearing so she can ratify her signing of the Sokovia Accords though Senator Nadeer will be questioning her actions from when she was undercover. Coulson and Rodriguez were attempting to install surveillance devices in Nadeer's office during the hearing but they are caught. Nadeer uses this as an opportunity to order a full investigation of S.H.I.E.L.D. who are suspicious that there is a leak that tipped Nadeer off on what they'd be doing. Meanwhile, the real May is working to escape the captivity of Radcliffe and Aida. The May LMD realises that she had leaked Coulson's plan and confronts Radcliffe. She tries to attack him but her programming will not allow her to do so and she won't be able to tell anyone that she is an LMD. Fitz also discovers Radcliffe's true intentions from his work going through the original Aida's programming. S.H.I.E.L.D. then arrive and arrest Radcliffe and the May LMD doesn't reveal what she really is. Mack and Rodriguez are shown to be growing closer in an intimate relationship. When she suspects that he doesn't want to be serious and is wanting to be with other women, he reveals that the truth he wanted to share was that he had a daughter named Hope from a previous marriage who died as an infant. Fitz deduces that Radcliffe is actually an LMD and it's revealed that the real Radcliffe had sought out protection from Nadeer after the first Aida failed. The real May is shown to be trapped in a virtual reality simulation in which she is fighting a past fight on repeat.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs on Tuesdays on ABC at 9/8c.


How To Get Away With Murder S03E12 Synopsis: Go Cry Somewhere Else (2/9)


“Go Cry Somewhere Else” – Tensions in the courtroom run high, as the prosecution seeks to bring forth a new charge against Annalise. Meanwhile, Nate uncovers a crucial piece of information that could threaten his own innocence, as detectives call Oliver in for questioning on “How to Get Away with Murder,” THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.

 “How to Get Away with Murder” stars Academy Award®-nominee Viola Davis as Professor Annalise Keating, Billy Brown as Detective Nate Lahey, Alfred Enoch as Wes Gibbins, Jack Falahee as Connor Walsh, Aja Naomi King as Michaela Pratt, Matt McGorry as Asher Millstone, Karla Souza as Laurel Castillo, Charlie Weber as Frank Delfino, Liza Weil as Bonnie Winterbottom and Conrad Ricamora as Oliver Hampton.

“Go Cry Somewhere Else” was written by Daniel Robinson and was directed by Cherie Nowlan.
“How to Get Away with Murder” is created and executive produced by Pete Nowalk (“Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy”), Shonda Rhimes (“Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy”), Betsy Beers (“Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) and Bill D’Elia (“The Crazy Ones,” “Boston Legal”) also serve as executive producers. “How to Get Away with Murder” is produced by ABC Studios.

“How to Get Away with Murder” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.

Hashtag: #HTGAWM


Grimm S06E03 Recap: Oh Captain, My Captain

Monroe peeks out the windows of the Spice Shoppe. A flashlight shines from outside, the cops are searching. Downstairs, the crew plot their next step. Renard is cleaning house at the precinct. Diana's drawing is left behind so Rosalee can continue to research.

Adalind looks at her ring. She's still not feeling it. Renard tells her to get with the program. He's in full douche mode, and he expects a lot of support from his first lady.

Nick takes a peek at the stick down in the tunnel, and Eve notices that he's still drawn to it. Nick admits that he's reluctant to leave it. It saved his life. Eve points out that it saved hers too, and then she robotically blurts that Nick loves Adalind. A big duh on that part.

Hank types up his resignation. Renard collects it, and when Wu protest, Renard threatens to have them escorted out. Wu hands over his resignation, even though he doesn't feel its right, and he struggles to get control of his inner beast. Hank helps him get back to himself, and they get their stuff.

Eve points out the symbols she saw on the guy's face in hell. Nick is surprised that Diana saw so much more. Eve remembers what his mother told them. Diana's powers are very special, and she's destined for great things. Hank and Wu arrive with supplies. They're newly unemployed, and not wanting to live in the basement forever. Nick has a plan though. He wants to stop Renard before he takes office and becomes even more powerful. Nick wants Eve to turn him into Renard.

At the precinct, Jeremiah demands an audience. He has a little problem, namely Rachel's death. Renard points out that the charges were dropped. Jeremiah was close friends with Rachel, and he was there both before and after Renard. He's the one that found Rachel, and he loved her, but his silence can be bought. He gives Renard 24 hours to decide how much its worth.

Nick calls Adalind. She's at the park with the kids. He tells her that he has a plan, and he'll use the hat. Adalind can't help with that part, but Nick eases her mind, Eve will. Adalind is eager to help, she'll get the hair. Nick doesn't want her to take any chances, but she doesn't want to stay with Renard another night.

Renard looks into a replacement in Grossante. He's ready to assume the position

Monroe worries over Rosalee handling the ingredients, and what happened the last time that they used the hat.

Renard heads to Jeremiah's with a ton of cash. This cements Jeremiah's thought of Renard's guilt. Renard isn't actually guilty and he's got other plans. A volged Grossante slashes Jeremiah's throat, solving Renard's problem, and earning the Captain position. Renard leaves his new Captain to clean up.

Back at Renard's house. Adalind gathers the hair needed, and Monroe sneaks in get the hair. She wasn't able to get much, but it'll have to do. Adalind supplies him with a suit, shoes and even a tie. Monroe tells her to keep Renard at home and have him watch the move. Renard is home early, and he's headed straight for the closet that Monroe is hiding in. Adalind diverts him from the closet, noticing the blood on the shirt, and claims there's blood in his hair. He tells her he killed a blackmailer, and wonders why she's being so nice to him. She claims she's getting with the program. He heads to the shower, and Monroe makes a quick break.

Rosalee brews the potion, just needing the final ingredient. Luckily Monroe arrives with it, telling them all about his close call. Rosalee quickly finishes the brew, and Nick gets to the inhaling of the hat smoke. Rosalee is worried over the effects of the spell on a grimm, but there's no time. Nick takes it all in, and falls over. The change begins, and Nick becomes Renard, kinda. He's volged, and he's not sure how to make it stop. Rosalee walks him through letting it go, and Nick as Renard returns to normal.

Renard gets ready to head back out, and Adalind tries to stall him. He's set on leaving, but Adalind throw a million things about Diana and her education at him. He's ready to listen.

At the Spice Shoppe Nick gets tips on being Renard. He needs to be a little more confident, and lot more wanting to kill Nick. Nick nails it. Hank arrives, and presents himself as the perfect test subject. “Renard” tells him that he asked for his resignation, and Hank loses it, yelling back that he already turned it in. Nick's disguise is working perfectly.

Renard admits that he hasn't thought much about Diana's education, and he will, but now he has to go. Adalind moves to block him from leaving, even resorting to cooing over his great fathering skills. He hears himself giving a speech on television, abdicating the mayor position, and even thanking Nick for his undercover work. Renard is furious, and he threatens to make Adalind pay if she had anything to do with what they just witnessed.

Nick and Hank head to the precinct for a little clean up. Wu stands guard. Grossante pulls “Renard” aside for a little chat. He's a little upset with the fact that he's no longer getting his job. Grossante more than proved his worth, and he murdered the man for him, but Nick tells him that he got blood on his shirt, so the deal is off. Grossante volgs on him, but Nick doesn't back down, threatening him right back. Grossante leaves, and Nick gets cramps. He's sure he's about to make the change back to his beautiful self, when the press closes in with plenty of questions about his bombshell announcement.

Wu meets Renard in the garage, and warns him not to head up, since he's already upstairs, it may make things awkward. “Renard” continues to make statements, about having to step down as Mayor since the police force needs him, and how Nick, Hank and Wu were all working hard on a case. Renard confronts Nick, unhappy about what he's set into motion. As the press make their way downstairs, Nick, Hank and Wu make a getaway with Renard's computer. Renard tells the press that he has no plans to leave the position of Mayor, and the press are left baffled.

Nick, Hank and Wu make it back to the Spice Shoppe. They're all on cloud nine over the current events, but there's a problem. The cramps that Nick felt were the spell wearing off, only it didn't. His Grimm DNA maybe preventing it from doing so. Renard notices his briefcase, and computer are both missing, and he's really not happy about that. He calls Nick, and is surprised to find that Nick is still him. Nick, at Eve's prompting, tells Renard that he's remain Renard until they reach an agreement. Renard agrees to meet with him.

It's Renard vs “Renard” in a confusing showdown. Renard, doesn't plan on fighting fair, but Nick can also volg, so its a fair fight, which doesn't stop Renard from grabbing a pipe and using it as a weapon.

Rosalee and Eve look through spell books for finding a way to get Nick back to himself. Monroe has found anything in the grimm journals either. Adalind arrives, and she's surprised to hear that Nick hasn't turned back.

Renard and Nick both want their lives back. Black Claw and HW are both dead in Portland. Nick has a plan for them to get back to semi-normalcy. Renard stepped down to complete his investigation. Bonaparte and his crooked cops get blamed for the North attacks, Nick, Hank and Wu get their jobs back. Both men get to raise their own children, and Nick gets Adalind. Renard accepts the deal, but warns Nick, that if he sees Nick wearing his face again the deal is off, and he'll kill him. It's not perfect, but it'll work.

Nick returns to update everyone on the deal, but they arent't sure its really Nick. Adalind asks him where did they share their first kiss. And Nick gives the correct answer. Adalind is overjoyed, she just can't bring herself to hug him in his current form, and Nick can't get back to his form. Diana wakes up, and talks to her “daddy.” Nick plays along, but Diana sees right through it. She blasts him before Diana can stop her. Nick turns back into himself.

Renard arrives home, looking slightly defeated, but he's not alone. Meisner has returned! He warned Renard that he was on the wrong side, and it looks like he's going to prove it.


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