Big Little Lies Season 2 Finale Finally Tells Some Truths

Big Little LiesWe, as humans, will always thank both seasons of Big Little Lies for simply existing.
First, they gave us the moms of Monterey, a group of women we simultaneously hated and loved, played…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Big Little Lies Sets Up a Serious Finale Courtroom Showdown

Big Little Lies, Season 2, Episode 3Throughout these two seasons of Big Little Lies, we’ve only known Celeste as a somewhat broken woman.
She was being abused, she was afraid for her life, her abusive husband died, and…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Busy Philipps Brought to Tears by Michelle Williams & More Celeb BFFs on Busy Tonight’s Finale

Busy Philipps, Michelle Williams, Busy TonightThrow on your Mr. Nightgown and pour out a margarita, because it’s time to celebrate Busy Tonight’s finale.
With over 100 episodes under her belt, we had a feeling Busy Philipps…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Veep Series Finale: Did Selina Meyer Win the Presidency?

Veep, Julia Louis-DreyfusRIP President Selina Meyer…eventually.
Selina’s (Julia Louis Drefyus) dreams came true in the series finale of Veep tonight as she finally won the job of POTUS. Sure, she had to…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Haley Gives Birth in Modern Family Season Finale

Modern FamilyPhil (Ty Burrell) and Claire Dunphy (Julie Bowen) are now grandparents! And Jay’s (Ed O’Neill) a great grandpa! And if you call Gloria (Sofia Vergara) a great-grandma she will probably…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Broad City Series Finale Breaks Abbi and Ilana Apart, But Only Physically

Broad City, Series FinaleAnybody else really, really want a bacon, egg, and cheese right now? And maybe an entire toilet to cry into?
Abbi and Ilana went on one last adventure tonight in the Broad City series…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Operation Finale – Chris Weitz

Chris Weitz - Operation Finale  artwork

Operation Finale

Chris Weitz

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: August 29, 2018


Operation Finale" follows the 1960 mission of Peter Malkin (Oscar Isaac) as he infiltrates Argentina and captures Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley), the Nazi officer who masterminded the logistics that sent millions of innocent Jews to their deaths.

© © 2018 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. All Rights Reserved.

iTunes Store: Top Movies in Drama

American Horror Story: Apocalypse Finale Kind Of Saves the World

American Horror Story: ApocalypseWell that was probably the best American Horror Story finale yet.
Apocalypse ended on Wednesday with the day saved for now, and it happened mostly as expected after last week’s…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The Bachelorette Finale: Who’s Engaged and Who’s Completely and Totally Devastated?

The Bachelorette, Finale, Becca KufrinLadies and gentlemen, Becca Kufrin is finally engaged. In public!
Sure, there’s a lot to work through before we can call this a happily ever after, including some very problematic…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Nikki Bella Has a Moment of Truth on Total Bellas Season Finale: ”I Feel Like I’m Starting the Journey of Finding Me Again”

Nikki Bella, Total Bellas 310We’ve come to an end!
After one of the most eventful seasons yet, Nikki Bella and John Cena’s love story is officially over. But don’t worry, because this episode wasn’t…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The 13 Most Ridiculous Things From This Week’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Mid-Season Finale S04E08 “No One’s Gone”

The 13 Most Ridiculous Things From This Week's 'Fear The Walking Dead' Mid-Season Finale S04E08 No One's Gone

The 13 Most Ridiculous Things From Th…
Do you have 14 minutes to spare to hear a story about a bird? 13 of the most ridiculous things from this week’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ mid-season finale S04E08 “No One’s Gone”
Submitted by: Dashiell Driscoll
Regular
Keywords: fear the walking dead s04e08 ridiculous fear the walking dead no one's gone madison madison dies madison death nick morgan alicia al tap amina tape
Views: 2,658

Funny Or Die | Funny Videos, Funny Video Clips, Funny Pics

Rose McGowan Celebrates Harvey Weinstein’s Downfall on the Finale of CITIZEN ROSE: “We Win”

Rose McGowan, CITIZEN ROSE 104Rose McGowan has a lot to celebrate.
In tonight’s finale of CITIZEN ROSE, the activist rejoices in the news that Harvey Weinstein’s The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy,…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The Americans Series Finale: Find Out How Philip and Elizabeth’s Mission Ended

The AmericansThe mission is over, comrades.
After six seasons and countless disguises, The Americans ended its run on FX on Wednesday night, delivering a powerful, somewhat quiet and surprising end…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Throne Room and Finale from Star Wars – Los Angeles Philharmonic

Los Angeles Philharmonic - Throne Room and Finale from Star Wars  artwork

Throne Room and Finale from Star Wars

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: July 7, 2015


John Williams has become an irreplaceable figure in American popular culture. He ranks as the best-known creator of movie music in Hollywood history, with themes and scores that are instantly recognizable to listeners around the world.Perhaps none of Williams’ music is more famous than that of Star Wars (1977),which won the composer his third Academy Award. Director George Lucas later recalled: “About 90 percent of the Star Wars films are music. It’s done in a very old-fashioned style, almost like silent films, so the music kind of tells the story.A lot of the emotional content is carried through the music as much as by the scenes themselves.”
The extract “Throne Room and Finale,” from the conclusion of the original film, accompanies a ceremony honoring the victorious Luke Skywalker,Han Solo, and Chewbacca, and the end-credits roll. As Williams said in 1977:“I used a theme I am very fond of over the presentation of the medals; it has a kind of Land of Hope and Glory feeling to it, almost like coronation music.” For the finale, he invokes Luke’s theme, the Rebel spaceship fanfare, Princess Leia’s theme, and others from that first in what would eventually become a six-film series spanning nearly three decades, all scored by Williams.

© © 2015 C Major Entertainment

iTunes Store: Top Movies in Concert Films

Once Upon a Time Kicks Off Its Series Finale by Putting Everyone in Danger

Once Upon a Time, Season 7We knew Wish Rumple wouldn’t be easily defeated, but we had no idea it would be this intense.
In the first part of Once Upon a Time’s two-part series finale, our Hyperion Heights…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Full Circle: Earn Dodges A Bullet In Season 2 Finale of ‘Atlanta FX’

Atlanta finale 3

Atlanta’s Robbin’ Season is over, and it almost looked like our favorite walking mistake maker Earn was about to pilfered of something very precious… his freedom.

In the season 2 finale titled “Crabs In A Barrel,” Earn is on a mission to prove that he is not just a total screw up. The episode picks with Earn and his daughter Lottie riding in a Lyft. He is late to a meeting with a potential entertainment lawyer for Al but it’s entirely not his fault, his gospel singing driver refuses to follow her GPS but instead let her faith be her guide.

When Earn finally arrives they get straight to the point with the Christian the lawyer. He breaks down his list of clientele to Al and Earn that includes some singers, rappers, and four  Love and Hip Hop Atlanta cast members. Al is not impressed when the lawyer tells him he will charge 5% which happens to be the standard any lawyer will charge.

On their way out Al makes it clear that he wants his manager to find him the one thing all hip-hop acts seem to have and that is a Jewish lawyer from a prominent firm.

With that out-of-the-way, Earn has some daunting tasks ahead of him. He has to help Al and Darius move out of their apartment and make sure the trio catches their international flight. Thanks to Earn’s competition Lucas, Al is now a part of Clark County’s European tour.  Which is why Earn is busting his ass to prove he is still of value when it comes to team Paper Boi.

Earn arrives back at the apartment with the moving truck for the movers. Which is strange because you would think a moving company would have a truck. Upon greeting them, Earn notices that man in charge of the team is drinking a beer.

via GIPHY

A bad omen already for things to come.

Earn quickly makes sure everyone is packed and ready to go. Al quickly reminds his cousin about the golden gun his Uncle Willy gave him in the season 2 premiere. Earn takes the gun, puts it in his bag and promises to take care of it. We all know that gun will come into play later on in the episode.

via GIPHY

Another issue Earn learns he has to deal with is the fact that Darius’ passport is expired. Earn just can’t seem to catch a break at all. Darius who is always insanely calm reassured Earn they can fix the situation because he knows a spot where he can get a new passport in a day. Oh, he did all of that while enjoying a game of chess by himself.

Poor Earn, the guy just can’t seem to catch a break. He heads to parent-teacher conference with Van. They learn that their daughter is an advanced student and not a hair-eater, whiteout sniffer or a classmate-biter as they initially feared. The teacher recommends that Earn and Van should enroll their daughter in a better private school with a “reasonable tuition.”

Earn and Van immediately starts counting their funds and their heads and make a pitch for the teacher to allow Lottie to stay in her school. She gives them a very honest answer and tells them her school is awful. Earn asks for some cheaper alternatives that and she suggests having their daughter in a healthy two-parent household.

via GIPHY

We all know the possibility of that happening is a long-shot being due to the state of Van and Earn’s relationship at the moment. On their way out the classroom, Van stops and asks the teacher if she would have told them school was bad if Lottie was a regular student? She got another honest and very real answer from the teacher, “no if i see a steer smart enough to get out of the pen, I leave the gate open.”

Before they part ways we get a moment between Van and Earn that almost gives us hope the two can work things out. We get a touching moment between Earn and his daughter Lottie when she traces his beard when he says goodbye to her. It causes the struggling character to shed a tear and Van sees it. Instead of expressing his feelings, Earn decides to just shrug it off.

We reach the episodes most thought-provoking moment and of course, it features Darius. They arrive at the special place that replaces your passport in a day and it’s run by Jewish people. When the clerk calls them up he makes the incredibly accurate assumption that they are part of a rapper’s entourage. Rappers tend to procrastinate. Earn is impressed and shocked at the same time because he truly thought he “shit out of luck” when it came to replacing Darius’ passport.

The service doesn’t come cheap and Darius pays $ 350 fee with his Rush Card.

The clerk ironically asks if Earn is in need of an Entertainment Lawyer and that his cousin is “primo”. Earn asks the clerk if there is a black lawyer that is as good as his cousin. He honestly answers and says there are but black lawyers don’t have the connections his cousin has due to systemic reasons.

Real.

Atlanta finale 1

Source: Curtis Baker/FX / Curtis Baker/FX

Earn receives a text message from Van telling him she’s considering taking Lottie and moving back with her mom. The news hits Earn like a punch to the stomach but it leads to a very real moment when Darius turns and asks Earn the one question he should have been asked a long time ago and that is he doing alright? Earn reveals he is not doing well and he asks Darius if he is going to fire him?

Darius tells Earn he doesn’t know but it’s a possibility but in his own way breaks down the situation where Earn can understand. Hood Yoda also drops some serious gems in the process on Earn who tells Darius that his world is falling apart.

Everything is now coming full circle for Earn.

via GIPHY

They make it to the airport in the nick of time to catch their flight. While rushing Earn even shuts down an airport worker asking him to apply for a credit card which was his old job at the beginning of season one.

Here is where things get very scary for Earn. While at the TSA checkpoint, Uncle Willy’s gun comes back into play because of course Earn forgot to get rid of it.

Earn’s facial expression is that of a person who knows they are seriously screwed. He asks for another bin, it’s in that moment Earn somehow managed to put the gun in someone else’s bag. Earn dodges a serious bullet and makes it on the flight.

While waiting to take off, Earn and Al holds that much-needed conversation about his job. Al lets his cousin/manager know that his job is safe because Earn knows what he needs. He also reveals that he saw what he did with that gun so that also played a part in his decision to keep Earn.

This is where things get really interesting, Clark County boards the plane and tells them that it was his manager Lucas that caught with the gun. Earn tells Al that he put the gun in Clark’s bag initially so that means Clark either pulled a doubler switcheroo or he made Lucas take the fall.

Talk about a close call, now if anyone was wondering about Tracy? Well, we learn no told him they were moving and we find him outside with some Chinese food and a date. Earn got his revenge on Tracy and it also showed, in the end, Al values blood over friends.

Season 2 was damn near flawless and last night’s season finale was the perfect way to put an end to Robbin’ Season. Hit the flip for more reactions from the episode.

Photo: Atlanta FX

The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired

Nicki Minaj Will Perform New Music For ‘SNL’ Finale, Announces World Tour

Celebrities At The Los Angeles Lakers Game

Source: Allen Berezovsky / Getty

Nicki Minaj is making up for lost time with the impending release of her still-unnamed fourth studio album, with “Chun Li” and “Barbie Tingz” smashing the Internets and sparking renewed interest. The Queens superstar took to Twitter Sunday night to announce a world tour, and also said she’ll be rolling out new music for the season finale of Saturday Night Live this weekend.

“All ima say is this tour is [row of emojis] and if u miss it, don’t be mad at Chun. Be mad at YOU! Chun gave u ALLLL the time in the world. This album so [row of prayer hand emojis] AAAAHHHHHHHH!!!! I can’t take it,” Minaj tweeted Sunday evening.

She followed with, “US first. Then ALL AROUND THE WORLD. BUT THERE’S another surprise you won’t know. Bwahaaahahaaaaaa. The ones at the tour will be elevated to Team Minaj ELITE. Yes, I’m leaning towards M&G’s. Only cuz my babies been so patient. But pls don’t hold me to it. Love, #ChunLi”

As expected, the Barbz lost their minds over the news, but there was far more to go. When a fan asked about her upcoming SNL performance, she let one proverbial cat out the bag.

“I’ll perform a song you never heard b4. My fave on the album. plus my second song. You can prob guess what that’s gonna be,” Minaj replied. A fan, truly trying to get the scoop, asked Minaj what the track number of the song would be, getting the reply of “#1” which suggests the song is the intro to the new project.

We’ve posted Nicki Minaj’s emoji-laden and fun-loving tweets below, along with some reaction on the flip.

Photo: Getty

The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired

Scandal Series Finale Ends More Happily Than We Thought Possible

Scandal Series FinaleWe spent a lot of the past few days speculating about how Scandal would end.
While we made a lot of jokes about jam-making and sun-standing, most of our speculations ended with everyone…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

How Roseanne Undid the Original Series Finale and Brought Dan Conner Back to Life

RoseanneWhen ABC announced their revival of Roseanne, there was one big question on the minds of the beloved sitcom’s fans: What about Dan?
As viewers of the much-maligned ninth season…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

This Is Us Season 2 Finale Teases Jack’s Dramatic Return: Is Another Twist Coming?

This Is UsGet ready to cry.
It’s hard to believe it, but This Is Us’ season two finale is already upon us, and it’s shaping up to be an emotional affair as it’s time for Kate…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The Bachelor Finale Just Showed the Worst 40 Minute Scene TV Has Ever Had

The Bachelor, BeccaThat was more brutal than we could have possibly imagined.
Arie Luyendyk Jr. struggled through that entire finale, through every final date, through every moment of his decision between…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Michael B. Jordan & A$AP Ferg Appear On Tonight’s Complex X Fuse Finale

Michael B. Jordan Wings Of Death Complex x Fuse Finale

Source: Complex / Complex

It’s still a Black Panther kind of vibe around these parts and for those who couldn’t get enough of the film’s co-star, Michael B. Jordan are in for a treat tonight. The buff actor and A$ AP Ferg are set to appear on the set of Complex x Fuse‘s finale episode, with the pair running down what they have going on behind the scenes and more.

Jordan will be running down his role as the villainous but complicated Erik Killmonger and taking in some “Wings of Death” with Sean Evans and then holds court with Complex News’ Natasha Martinez for more on Black Panther.

Fergie Is The Name will be in the building to debut his new documentary, Forever Ferg, to the masses, of course repping the A$ AP Mob per usual.

We’ve already taken a quick peek at Jordan going sneaker shopping with the Complex crew, and tonight’s show will give fans a little more to chew on.

The finale of Complex x Fuse airs tonight Wednesday, February 21st at 11pm ET / PT on Fuse.

Photo: Complex

The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired

Telli Swift Gets Her Dream Proposal and Kaylin Jurrjens Considers Motherhood on the Season Finale of WAGS Atlanta

Telli Swift, WAGS AtlantaTonight’s two-hour season finale of WAGS Atlanta ended with a bang and some bling!
Mom-to-be Telli Swift had more on her brain than just a baby. After waiting on boyfriend Deontay…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The Good Place Season 2 Finale Did The Last Thing We Expected (and It Was Perfect)

The Good Place finaleWell fork, they did it again.
The second season finale of The Good Place did something that now, in retrospect, feels so obvious, but we still never could have predicted it. Instead of…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

The Walking Dead Midseason Finale Reveals a Shocking Deadly Twist

The Walking DeadWell we did not see this one coming.
When we predicted who might bite the bullet in tonight’s midseason finale of The Walking Dead, Carl (Chandler Riggs) wasn’t even on our list….


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Val Chmerkovskiy & Jenna Johnson Share A Passionate Kiss At ‘DWTS’ Finale

The “Dancing with the Stars” finale took a turn for the sexy when Val Chmerkovskiy and girlfriend and fellow dance pro, Jenna Johnson, hit the stage to perform to Kelsea Ballerini’s hit single, “Legends.” Check out their dance and amazing chemistry!


Access Hollywood Latest Videos

TJ Lavin Throws A Major Challenge Finale Twist On Dirty Thirty Conclusion

The final six Challenge competitors have crossed the finish line and the race is complete. But which man and woman are the big winners, thus earning $ 450,000 each? Thanks to TJ Lavin, we have no idea. On tonight’s big finale, Jordan, Derrick and CT continued to battle through Argentinian ruins (and among a pack of… News

Jessie James Decker’s Kids Crash Her Performance at the Grand Ole Opry in Adorable Eric & Jessie Season Finale

Jessie James Decker, InstagramThat’s all, folks!
Season three of Eric & Jessie may have come to an end tonight, but it left us with countless sweet and sentimental moments from the family of Jessie James…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

WAGS Miami Season Finale Recap: Ashley Nicole Marries Philip Wheeler as Kayla Cox Announces Her Separation

WAGS Miami 208, Ashley Nicole, Philip WheelerIntroducing Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler!
Ashley Nicole Roberts’ dreams finally came true as she married fiancé Philip Wheeler in front of their closest friends and family in…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

World of Dance Finale: Who Took Home the Top Prize?

World of Dance, Les Twins, Eva Igo, Swing LatinoWorld of Dance has crowned its first winner!
After nine weeks of amazing dancing and heartbreaking eliminations, the three divisional finalists took the stage one last time to impress…


E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –

Explore the world of Hustler today! Click now and enjoy…

Explore REAL today for the most erotic amateur sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Visit VCAXX Classics for the classics in adult entertainment at its best! Click now!

Hustler Taboo features the kinkiest sex online! Click now and enjoy!

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Season 12 Rookie Cup Finale! Big ASSes collide

Today the biggest asses of the rookie tournament collide on the US mats in the season 12 rookie cup finale. Lisa Tiffian is undefeated so far. She has been bull-dozing her opponents all season long. Savanna Fox has had an impressive showing this season with her only loss being to a vet. Now that Savanna knows the rules, she’s ready to take on anyone and then drop her big booty on their faces in round 4. With so much ass on both these girls, there is sure to be a lot of ass smothering in all rounds.
Ultimate Surrender Gallery Update

Empire Finale: Music, Murder and Betrayal — Find out Where Each of the Lyons Ended Up!

Empire Finale: Music, Murder and Betrayal — Find out Where Each of the Lyons Ended Up!Because Empire doesn't waste time with anything, the show's Season 1 finale begins with a bang. Literally. Cookie and Malcolm decide to heat up their relationship by taking a trip to the Berkshires together. However, Cookie … Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Empire Terrence Howard Taraji P. Henson



Music News Headlines – Yahoo News

What Happened On The Season Finale Of ‘The 100’?

Don’t read on unless you’ve seen the Season 2 finale of “The 100,” “Blood Must Have Blood Part 2.”

I know I’m preaching to the choir here — if you’re reading this, you’re already a loyal viewer of “The 100.” You might have some issues with this or that aspect of the show, but by now you’re most likely in it for the long haul and you don’t need to be convinced that the show is the real deal.

That said, I’m going to preface my remarks about Season 2 finale of “The 100” with a couple of general thoughts. As you might have gathered, my job is to watch a lot of TV — as much as I can (whee!). A lot of amazingly wonderful people write about TV — many of them very well — and I make no distinction between an eloquent analysis that appears on Tumblr or on a solo blog and one that is written for money.

That said, ideally there is a valuable thing a professional critic can bring to the party: A depth and breadth of knowledge about what’s happening in many different arenas of television. Most critics I know try to watch almost every scripted drama that comes down the pike, and many of the comedies as well (no shade on unscripted fare, but I don’t get to it lately because there’s just too much good scripted stuff to watch). Critics try to keep track, to the degree that we can, of the big picture, and we try to let the world know when shows — big or small, high- or low-profile — are doing something new and important, or mastering a valuable set of goals with particular force and eloquence.

With that in mind, I can say with some assurance that I’ve rarely seen a program demonstrate the kind of consistency and thematic dedication that “The 100” has shown in its first two seasons. This is a show about moral choices and the consequences of those choices, and it’s been laudably committed to those ideas from Day 1.

You may well say, “But wait, Mo — isn’t this basically an adventure story about risky survival in a series of unforgiving environments?” Well, sure. There is that. But underpinning those plot mechanics and story settings are a series of important questions that the show takes very seriously. What does it mean to survive? Who do you become if you sacrifice others in order to survive? When do the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few? When is taking a life — or many lives — justified? What are the consequences of taking those lives — how does it transform you and your ideas about your self-worth?

The characters don’t necessarily know the answers to these questions. Even after they’ve made a decision, they often struggle with what they’ve done. What gives “The 100” a particularly rich flavor on the character front is that very few people on the screen are in a position to judge anyone else. No one occupies the moral high ground. There is blood on the hands of just about every person on the screen.

According to one reading of the narrative, Clarke is a mass murderer — and she’s not remotely the only one we’ve encountered. Hell, in Season 1, 300 people were killed all at once, which was one of the moments that convinced me that the show wasn’t going to play around when it came to the hard calls. Of course, seeing Clarke only as a killer would be a profoundly limited interpretation of who she is and what she’s done; at every step, I look at her decisions and think I probably would have done the same thing. To its credit, the show explores these issues of morality and ethics without beating us over the head with them. You only have to look at Clarke’s face at several key moments in the finale to understand that she herself is asking these questions: “Am I a monster? What kind of person am I?”

The cast does a phenomenal job of quietly conveying these internal battles, the directors and crew have done an increasingly exceptional job of creating tension on the screen, and for a long time, the writers have had a clear grasp of who these people are and where they’re headed. All of those things make “The 100” an addictive show. I watch each episode the night it airs (a rarity for me), because I want to know what happens next, but what gives the show extra weight and import are those examinations of personal imperatives versus community needs. How do individuals with limited resources weigh their bonds to each other — as friends, as family, as clans, as would-be conquerers or reluctant allies? What are they capable of doing to save each other, what are their limits, and do their most terrible acts make them less human — or more noble?

How many other shows do that — engage fans on the surface level, on the character level and on the philosophical level? Not many, in my view.

The Walking Dead” occasionally takes a run at those questions, but too often, it gets mired in circular plotting and takes shortcuts with shoddy, convenient shortcuts. It has its moments, to be sure, but its biggest weakness is frustratingly bland or variable characterizations. “The 100,” by contrast, has only grown more assured over the course of its two seasons, and it engages with wrenching questions with far more consistency than a lot of shows with much bigger budgets. Many of us have compared the show to “Battlestar Galactica,” its most obvious influence, but what the hell — I’m going to bring up “Game of Thrones.” Yeah, I went there. These shows are not doing the same things, clearly. Of course the CW show’s budget is minuscule compared to that of the HBO behemoth, and “The 100” can’t necessarily match “Game of Thrones” when it comes to epic visuals and enormous battles.

That said, “The 100” acquits itself very well aesthetically, as I’ve noted in the past. But the comparison to “Game of Thrones” is apt in other ways as well. I can’t think of many other shows that combine moments of high adventure, a devotion to knotty characterizations and a keen exploration of philosophical dilemmas with such frequently fruitful results. Don’t you think Clarke and Daenerys would have a lot to say to each other if they ever met?

And let’s get real: “The 100” has a better record than the HBO drama in one arena. As far as I can recall, the CW show has never used female characters or extras for lazy or exploitative purposes (the upside to being on the CW: No sexposition). And while I like both shows a lot, “Game of Thrones” has had trouble at times keeping its sprawling narrative under control, while this season “The 100” expanded its array of characters without losing momentum. Everyone in Westeros (and beyond) is fighting for survival, but that’s the case on “The 100” too, and as a fan of focused, intelligent genre storytelling, I’m glad we have both shows around to provide very human stories of frailty, sacrifice, connection and greed.

All in all, as this season of “The 100” comes to a close, I have to say I’m generally impressed with how it built on the strengths of Season 1, and I’ll be very keen to see where it goes next season.

So, about the finale itself — who guessed that before the season was out, we’d see a killer sea monster eating a dude! Just when you thought it was safe to go on a cruise with Jaha …

Seriously, I love the fact that the show keeps finding new things to throw at these characters. There are weird, irradiated creatures on the ground, so it makes a sense that bodies of water wouldn’t be any safer than the forests and mountains. In any event, I had a feeling that the guys with Jaha and Murphy were not long for this world, given that I could not remember their names and they certainly seemed like redshirts who would be killed off at the earliest opportunity. Points to the show for taking them out in a scary and surprising way. Nobody expects the carnivorous sea monster!

Speaking of Jaha, he provides a good example of the show’s commitment to moral complexity: I should hate him for throwing an innocent survivor off the boat in order to distract the beast and save himself and Murphy, but Isaiah Washington plays the guy with such charismatic zeal that I can’t help but be on his side a lot of the time. By the way, it would have been easy for the side plot about Jaha and Murphy’s punishing road trip to start to seem like an unnecessary distraction (a la many of the Hong Kong flashbacks on “Arrow“). As it turned out, there was just enough of it to work well as a bit of contrast.

The odd-couple pairing of the cynical Murphy and the messianic Jaha paid real dividends: The fact that Murphy committed himself to Jaha’s unlikely mission gave Murphy something to believe in, however preposterous the former president’s mission seemed. Murphy didn’t get to do much more than glower in Season 1, so seeing new sides of his personality on the Jaha road trip was enjoyable. As for Jaha, his messianic fervor was enjoyable to watch, and in a show that now an then can be a little too committed to its grim, unrelenting worldview, Jaha’s fervent, slightly cracked positivity was a nice contrast to the rest of the show.

But what about the meat of the episode, Mo! Well, I’ve been putting that off because damn, things got dark. It’s no surprise that the show isn’t afraid to go to pitch-black places, but the finale particularly brutal in certain spots. I still can’t get the sound of that drill out of my head, let alone the images of Raven and Abbie on that bloody table inside the mountain’s chamber of horrors. Even harder to watch: Dozens of inhabitants of the mountain dying horribly of radiation poisoning. That was rough. I didn’t think the season would end with most of the Mountain Men dead, but it fits right in with how things work in this world. There didn’t have to be carnage because the show exploits carnage for cheap thrills. There had to be a lot of deaths because in a world with resources this limited, detentes and alliances are always going to be temporary at best.

I give director/executive producer Dean White a lot of credit for how he shot the scenes in which the mountain folk died; they were quite mournful, and rightfully so. There’s violence on “The 100,” but the show isn’t casual about it. Serious bloodshed here is rarely rote or inconsequential. If the dead are enemies, those who did the killing feel bad about it, or at the very least conflicted. If the dead were friends, as was the case in the destruction of Ton DC, the atmosphere of regret is all the more palpable. There was a melancholy feeling to almost every scene of death in the finale, a pained, bittersweet atmosphere heightened by the great work of the cast.

I can’t say enough good things about the work Eliza Taylor has done as Clarke: She’s continually found new ways to give shadings and nuance to the character’s self-doubt and self-confidence. These qualities stand in opposition to each other, yet to remain interested in Clarke, we have to believe in her as both a strong leader and as a human being who feels fear and regret, and who wants the people around her to like her and approve of her actions. I keep thinking about the many emotions — regret, sadness, shock, relief — that flashed across her face when she finally embraced Abbie. Taylor imbued two simple words — “I tried” — with so much unspoken meaning and barely repressing feeling.

I’m not sure how the fandom in general felt about the Clarke-Lexa kiss (personally, I hope it launched a thousand shipper Tumblrs, which I plan to investigate soon). It was, in my view, an appropriate and well-handled culmination to that storyline. As Ryan McGee pointed out, both women were at ease commanding the large factions following them, but very few of their friends and associates understand the burdens leadership place on them. That kiss represented a moment of comfort and connection, one that both of them knew wouldn’t last. Lexa and Clarke just had too many other tasks to complete. But the kiss made Lexa’s actions in “Blood Must Have Blood, Part 1” feel like not just a cold rejection, but a personal betrayal as well.

Touching on that for a moment, I think the deal Lexa made was in line with her way of thinking. She proposed allowing everyone in Ton DC to die in order to keep their spy’s presence a secret, and she’s made similarly brutal calculations in the past to keep her people alive. Though the announcement of the deal was abrupt, all in all, that development made sense within the universe of “The 100.” The show isn’t just about deploying carnage — it doesn’t raise the stakes by killing more people in more brutal ways. It finds creative ways to increase the pressure on the characters by altering their circumstances in sometimes shocking ways. Having the Grounders abandon the Sky People at a crucial moment — to my way of thinking, that’s the kind of thing this show does. It pulls the rug out from under well-intentioned, flawed people and sees what they do when they’re scrambling, angry and afraid.

Given that the show is all about consequences, the high point of the finale was the last scene between Bellamy and Clarke. Both Taylor and Bob Morley have presence to spare, and their on-screen chemistry was simply undeniable in that scene. There’s so much unspoken emotion in that moment, and whether or not they ever get together as a couple, the bond they share as survivors of that awful day — all these awful days — was palpable. The look on Bellamy’s face as he said, “You’re forgiven… You don’t have to do this alone” — it was just heartbreaking. But I understood why Clarke walked off to be by herself for a while. She’s been through a lot, and sorting it out mentally and emotionally would require some time and space. She knows she did the right thing, yet she still needs to forgive herself, and the many contradictions within that statement are part of what make this show intellectually and emotionally addictive.

Finally, what do we make of Jaha’s new friend? Last season’s final images were a bit more of a visceral gut-punch, but that’s no slam on this season’s closing scenes. Given how much of an impact the wrap-up of the Mount Weather story had, we didn’t need the Jaha-Murphy closing scenes to melt our brains, thank you very much. I just don’t know what to make of the characters the road trip duo encountered, and obviously, that’s the point.

Did that nice computer-generated lady want to start another war using Jaha’s stray nuke? Did she start the war that decimated the world 100 years ago? What gives with the video of the suicidal guy in the super chill survival bunker? Will Murphy ever get to relax and have a damn drink without something horrifying happening?

We’ll have to wait at least six months to find out. See you on the other side.

A few more bullet points before I head into my bunker:

  • A recommendation: If you like genre storytelling with a lot of heart, arresting visuals, terrific performances and surprising character depth, check out Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful,” one of my other favorite under-hyped shows.
  • Was Murphy eating Pop Tarts in those scenes? Maybe they were some sort of survival biscuit, but they looked a lot like Pop Tarts. Which makes sense. Even before he got to Earth, I bet the main components of Murphy’s diet were alcohol and junk food.
  • Goodbye President Dante Wallace. Raymond J. Barry brought a welcome sense of gravitas and wily intelligence to the show. I loved the final exchange between him and Clarke: “You won’t do it.” “You don’t know me very well.”
  • Emerson may be in the wind. If he is, he’d be well advised to steer clear of Clarke.
  • I was a little surprised that so many people in the mountain died; I had been under the impression that more of them got the treatments. I wonder if a number of treated soldiers and perhaps got away, but that seems unlikely.
  • I’m glad we got a final moment between Indra and Lincoln. Clearly the Grounders are not out of the picture in the long-term, which is a good thing. Not so good: Alycia Debnam Cary, who plays Lexa, has been cast in the “Walking Dead” spinoff. She was fantastic on “The 100,” and I hope we see her again, though her new job may make that unlikely.
  • Goodbye Maya. Truth be told, I never felt that character was developed all that well; she rarely felt like a specific person to me. That said, I felt very sorry for poor Jasper.
  • A nice moment of badassery: Lincoln getting his revenge on Cage. “The first dose is the worst!”
  • An even better moment of badassery: Octavia going Black Widow on two guards inside the mountain. In a dark and eventful hour, that was probably my favorite moment of pure action. If “The 100” launched a Linctavia spinoff which mainly consisted of them kicking a lot of ass, in the style of Cinemax’s underrated action noirBanshee,” I’d be OK with that.
  • I say this with love: It’s kind of funny that amidst the preparations for war, Clarke stopped by the Grounder boutique that sells the latest in all-black badass threads. Her new costume fit in with her status as the leader of an important faction going to war, but clearly the Grounders have a lot of time to devote to making bedazzled gloves.
  • If I have one overall idea about what “The 100” could do in its third season, it’s this: More “Colonial Day.” That’s an episode of “Battlestar Galactica” in which we got to see the characters socializing and relaxing, at least for a little while. We saw different sides of them as they celebrated a holiday, and that episode and others like it helped cement my affection for them and my interest in their lives. I truly appreciate the energetic pace of “The 100”, its moral gravity and its ability to come up with believable but shocking twists, but having some lighter moments can help the darker aspects of any show stand out. Also, purely character-driven moments can also just be fun to watch. I liked watching Raven and Wick bicker about engineering dilemmas; I like seeing Jasper and Monty hang out; I like seeing what happens when characters are not on the run or being beaten up. When a show pays attention to its forward momentum but gives the people in the story a chance to reaffirm their bonds with each other within non-traumatizing situations, it can really pay off in the long term. I’m not saying “The 100” needs an influx of kittens and rainbows — this is not that kind of show — but adding a little more tonal and emotional variety might be a welcome thing when the show returns. It’s just a thought.
  • The final words belong Murphy: “Your promised land sucks!”

Ryan McGee and I discussed the season finale of “The 100” as well as “iZombie” and “Powers” on this week’s Talking TV podcast, which is here, on iTunes and below.


Entertainment – The Huffington Post
Entertainment News-Visit Adults Playland today for the hottest adult entertainment online!

Hot Tip Alert!

Click here for more.

‘Mad Men’: Matthew Weiner Talks Midseason Finale, Music and Dream Sequences (Q&A)

The creator and showrunner tells THR about the surprising sendoff before the AMC drama’s final episodes: “I’m a person who frequently sees things that aren’t there. I don’t know if they’re as elaborate as that, but I don’t question the reality of the emotion.”
Music News Headlines – Yahoo News

‘The 100’ Fall Finale Twist: Insider Details On What’s Next For The Shocked Survivors

By this point, I think my assessment of “The 100” is pretty clear. I’ve written a number of pieces about the show, in its first and second season, praising its pace, its cast and its commitment to its premise about survival in an unforgiving, post-apocalyptic world.

Strangely enough, despite being one of the critics spreading the word about how smart this show was about putting its themes and its premise to work, I was shocked by the ending of “Spacewalker.”

Let me put it another way: I was both surprised and unsurprised by the ending, but either way, I only have positive thoughts about what occurred. It’s not that I enjoy watching a core character die, of course. I just think that too many shows shirk from having characters suffer realistic consequences for their actions, and ever since Finn (Thomas McDonell) massacred 18 Grounders in a small village, I have thought he would have to pay a very big price for that action.

Not that that’s the kind of act that can ever truly be atoned for, but if “The 100” had let that incident slide, I would have thought much less of the show. Brisk pacing and good twists are one thing, but a show accrues more substantial emotional weight when the characters have to struggle though events that are hard to process and accept. What occurred in “Spacewalker” was hard to watch — but in a good way, given that it will deepen the characters and make their lives and their dilemmas even more challenging going forward.

As I said, I wasn’t surprised that Finn had to pay a price for his actions: That lines up with the moral universe the show has been building for two seasons. I was somewhat surprised that that price was death. Despite much evidence that it’s not interested in conducting TV business as usual (unless that suits its purposes), I expected “The 100” to behave like a typical broadcast network drama and find a way to avoid killing off a popular character in the middle of the show’s second season. What “The 100” did is quite rare, though I do think it was the right decision under this particular set of circumstances.

That said, many aspects of Finn’s fate landed like a punch in the gut. The hardest thing to watch: Clarke as the person who ended Finn’s life. There were so many reasons it had to be that way: Practically, a quick death via Clarke’s knife was better than slow, horrific death courtesy of the Grounders, and of course, Clarke and Finn cared about each other a great deal. For her to be able to comfort him just before his death was so important.

And on reflection, I’m not shocked that Clarke did what she did: From day one, the character has had to make tough calls and has often had to choose among impossible options. What’s great about Eliza Taylor’s performance — and the show’s willingness to be subtle — is that you see the cost of those choices on her face. Given the same set of options, I think Clarke would make the same decision, but you could see, in that final scene, that she hated herself for doing it and that she’d never get over it.

All in all, what occurred in “Groundwalker” was both surprising and inevitable, a combination that’s hard to achieve but when it works, as it did here, it can be powerful and even moving.

More thoughts about the second season of “The 100” and “Spacewalker” are contained in a Talking TV podcast and in this interview with executive producer Jason Rothenberg:

Well, I’m doing not doing too well, because I just watched the episode again and I was crying, so I cursed you.
I can’t say that makes me sorry, actually.

Nor would I want you to. Kudos all around on the episode. There were some brave choices in there and the cast did an incredible job.
Thank you very much.

My first question is, is Finn really dead? There’s not going to be some miracle battlefield surgery, right? He won’t magically come back to life?
No, sadly, he’s really dead. He could come back in a flashback kind of way, but he’s no longer part of the show. It’s sad. When that happens, it’s like you lose a member of the family. It’s harder on us probably than it is even on the fans.

“Ultimately it lands on Clarke. She’s haunted. Literally she will be broken and haunted by that for the rest of her life, and certainly for the rest of the season.”

I get that, but I really respect that choice. After the episode with the massacre in the village, I turned to my husband and said, “I really hope the consequences of this becomes an ongoing story line.” You know, this can’t just be brushed aside, like, “Well, they had one more close call with the Grounders!” This was something different, and I really hoped that the consequences of that encounter would become an ongoing thread on the show. And even though “The 100” has made other brave decisions in situations like that, I wasn’t really sure what the show would do. So what happened — I can’t think of a bigger consequence for the characters in that world to pay, especially Finn.
Well, yeah. The truth is, I knew going into the season that that was going to happen. I talked to Thomas [in May], and told him what the plan was — that we were going to take his character in a pretty dark direction and that he was going to leave us somewhere in the middle of the season. I didn’t know that it would be the mid-season finale. As you’re breaking the season [i.e. figuring out the overall storylines], you have certain stories that sort of want to be certain things, and this one just felt like a tentpole moment, a pivot point for the season. It lined up with one of our best writers, Bruce Miller, so all the planets aligned.

But yeah, I knew that he was going to have the massacre, I knew that he was going to have to die for it ultimately, and I knew that it was going to be Clarke [who ended his life]. That’s the most surprising part about it, to me. You know people are anticipating that Finn’s going to die because what he did was so horrible, but I don’t think anybody’s going to see coming what happens. Ultimately it lands on Clarke. She’s haunted. Literally she will be broken and haunted by that for the rest of her life, and certainly for the rest of the season.

I did think it was very interesting that it landed on Clarke, and having it be a choice that she made was so hard — you could see how wrenching that decision was. And I didn’t see it coming, not really, because broadcast network television just doesn’t do that very often. Despite everything else “The 100” has done with its characters in the past, I didn’t necessarily think the show would be that… I guess the word is “uncompromising.”
Thank you. I think that is sort of becoming our thing. Not to give away the formula, but if you look at episodes, we say we’re going to do something and then [we do it]. Most network shows, certainly most broadcast network shows, don’t follow through in the end — there’s the miraculous, eleventh-hour save. But we say we’re going to do something, and then we do it.

Episode 5 last year, which was also written by Bruce, was “The Calling.” That whole episode was about the fact that [the leadership was] going to kill these 300 people to make more oxygen for everybody else. “But maybe the kids on the ground are going save the day!” [But they didn’t and the Arc inhabitants died.] That lands really hard.

Similarly, with this story, the whole episode is about — Finn was going to die. “We have to give Finn up. The Grounders want Finn.” We go over five different ways that we’re going to try to save his life. And then we just do what we said we were going to do. On some level, that says something about broadcast television [i.e. about the usual desire for resolutions that aren’t nearly as dark]. It also says, I think, something about the kinds of stories that we want to tell.

It was especially bold, because you also had the whole flashback plot about Finn doing a selfless, kind thing — giving Raven the spacewalk. It turns out that his crime wasn’t really a crime — it wasn’t an irresponsible spacewalk for himself, it was for Raven. So even more than usual, you would think, according to the usual rules of broadcast network television — if you have done some work to bring some good character traits to light, surely things couldn’t go that badly for him.
Yeah. That was sort of designed. The fact that Raven took the spacewalk and Finn took the fall for it — that was something that we’ve known for a while, and I’ve been trying to figure out a way to get it into the show. It just sort of lined up perfectly [for this episode], especially in the wake of the massacre, where the reaction has been kind of intense online. I follow it probably too much.

People are understandably enraged, a lot of people. We did that by design. It’s an enraging thing that he did. But [with the flashback], maybe it’s a little bit manipulative creatively, but we certainly were conscious of, “Okay, we need not to ‘win him back,’ but on some level, we need for people to care about him again before we pull him away.” His death would have been emotional anyway, because the characters we care about are so moved and messed up by it. But I think it’s even more emotionally devastating because of what you’re saying — we realize what a good guy he could be right as we kill him.

We did a very similar thing way back in Episode 3 in Season 1 with Wells. We told that flashback story that was kind of redeeming, and we see how he basically let Clarke think that he was the one that was responsible for her father’s death, so that she wouldn’t hate her own mother. And then we killed him in the same episode.

So what you’re saying is that you’re just a terrible person.
Yeah. [Laughs] I mean, you know what? The thing is — and I say this to the staff all the time — our job is to make people feel things.

“The thing is, our job is to make people feel things.”

Oh, I know.
Feel something. If I don’t feel something in a script that comes in, or even an outline that comes in, then I always send it back, because that’s the job.

Part of the reason I was feeling things at the end of the episode is because I watched the scene with Finn and Raven in the drop ship, and he says, “May we meet again.” He’s already decided at that point to sacrifice himself. To me what makes me more interested in Finn and his fate is that he knows he crossed a line and there’s really no way he could ever make amends for what he did. He knows how bad it was, on some level, and he feels torn up about it and he wants to at least do something to help other people. It’s the one good thing he can do.
Yeah, he’s not going to let other people take the fall for him. I think Thomas, as an actor, really elevated his game all season. He embraced the darkness of what we were doing with Finn, and showed side of himself as an actor that he didn’t know that he had. I really proud of him, and I’m going to miss him a lot, and so is everybody else in the cast.

I think that he did elevate his game, especially in this episode. It was very moving in the scene where Clarke kills him. He’s afraid, but when he knows what is happening, he says, “Thanks, Princess.”
Yeah.

That was tough.
Yeah, Bruce just did a really great job. Sometimes everything just sort of works. The idea, like I said, was there from the beginning and then you give it to the writers to put their spin on it, and Bruce is an excellent writer and really found the heart of that scene. I’ve seen it probably 20 times through [post-production] and every time I watch that scene, I get emotional. So I hear you.

It’s emotional because it has real weight. There are real consequences to his actions, and as much as his actions were unconscionable, it was hard to watch how his fate came down, for both of them. This is one of the things I look for in a drama — situations in which there’s no good choice and the characters are torn up by their bad options. For me as an audience member, it’s easier to invest in that kind of world — no matter what kind of circumstances the characters are in, that kind of heartbreaking challenge is relatable.
I should give a hat tip to the director, John Showalter. As I watch it, up until she says, “Can I say goodbye?” and then walks over — you’re thinking, “There’s no way. Something will happen. Someone will come in and save him.” She’s got a knife. We see that. “She’s going to kill [Grounder leader] Lexa.” That’s probably what most people are thinking. That’s certainly, by design, what we want people to think. So that tension really exists until that moment, and then, for me, it’s like, “Oh my God, are they really going to do this?”

I didn’t really expect it to go down that way. I thought, “Well, Clarke is one of the most resourceful people in this world. She’s going to cut loose his ropes and they’re going to run off into the forest and it’ll be some insane adventure.” But now, the cliffhanger is that the characters have to emotionally deal with the fallout. That is so much more interesting than, “Clarke and Finn run off, and we catch up with them in the next episode trying to evade the Grounders.” That is a mechanical cliffhanger, whereas this is an emotional cliffhanger, if you will.
Yeah. I can’t believe people have to wait until Jan. 21 to see the next episode, because it’s another outstanding one. Everybody on our crew and the cast is just firing at such a high level right now — it’s really exciting for me. But you’re right. It’s an emotional cliffhanger. Episode 9 is really the one where I felt like, okay, people are going to need to sort of take a breath and absorb what’s happened. It’s a very different kind of episode for us but it’s emotionally … not devastating, but almost cathartic.

It seems like you follow fan reactions online pretty closely. How would you characterize how that has been going lately, and do you have any guesses in terms of how people will react to this episode?
You know, I’m not surprised by the reaction [lately]. I feel like some people really got exactly what I was hoping they would get from Finn’s descent, which was that he was broken and that he was sort of suffering a little bit of PTSD from a fairly traumatic few weeks, from the Season 1 finale through the massacre, certainly. In that moment, he suffered a break and he was under the belief that his people had all been killed. In that moment he believed that, and he thought the people in this village were lying. Some people really sort of went with that and understood what he did, nevertheless believing it to be horrible and terrible and all of the things that it was.

Others though, you know — I feel like it’s hard to separate people’s feelings about a character and who they like the most and who they want Clarke to be with the most — to sort of separate those feelings and just go for the ride. I felt that was how it was divided — basically people who liked Bellamy and Clarke together sort of were almost rooting for Finn’s death after that. But again, it’s not surprising to me. The truth is, we as the audience were way ahead of Finn. We were watching this train wreck that we knew was going to happen because he was operating with the wrong information. We knew Clarke wasn’t there. We knew Clarke was trying to forge a peace with the Grounders and that Finn was barreling towards this really dangerous moment. And again, most shows would have had Clarke and company probably arrive before that massacre.

Yes.
But we wanted it to be the story that we knew we were telling, and I uncompromisingly set our compass and just drove for it. And by the way, the network — say what we will about broadcast television, and I have feelings probably similar to yours — has been incredibly supportive of everything. They’ve never balked at a single thing. It’s been kind of incredible, actually.

In terms of setting up the next seven episodes — what do you want to say about that? Is the alliance with the Grounders going to happen and is a war coming with Mount Weather?
Clarke will not let what she’s done in Episode 8 be for nothing. She will relentlessly drive forward until that confrontation happens. She’s not going to let the alliance fall apart. There will be a lot of people trying to pull it apart — the alliance between the Grounders and the Sky People [and the alliance between the Arc survivors and the Grounders]. Alliances are hard, you know. You don’t make peace with your friends. We’ll see that really coming to a head in the back half of the season. It really does become about rounding a bend and finally going after their people at Mount Weather before they can all be killed. Things are really heating up inside Mount Weather in a bad way as well. We took a week off for Episode 8 in Mount Weather, but off-camera, things are getting worse there.

No more cake in Mount Weather.
No more cake, definitely.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

The last Talking TV podcast of 2014 is all about “The 100,” which I’ve also paid tribute to on my Tumblr. The podcast, in which Ryan McGee and I talk about “Spacewalker” quite a bit, is available here, on iTunes and below.


Entertainment – The Huffington Post
Entertainment News-Visit Adults Playland today for the hottest adult entertainment online!

Hot Tip Alert!

Click here for more.

‘Orphan Black’ Finale Redux: Let’s Talk About Mark

If you’re not caught up on the finale of “Orphan Black,” may we suggest you back away from this post now (and not slowly), as it contains perhaps the biggest game-changing spoiler in Clone Club history. OK, so. Let’s talk about Mark, shall we? Because Mark is not really unique. Mark is, shall we say,… Read more »
News

‘The 100’ Finale Secrets And What’s Coming In Season 2: All The Insider Intel You Need

Fans of “The 100,” there’s a very good chance you have questions about the Season 1 finale, which aired Wednesday on the CW.

HuffPost TV spoke with executive producer Jason Rothenberg about the first season of the show and the finale, and the first part of our chat can be found in this post, which also serves as an appreciation of the debut season of “The 100.” Though Rothenberg was cagey about a few things we discussed in the second part of our chat, he answered a lot of the questions about “We Are Grounders, Part 2.”

How many parts of the Ark made it down to Earth? Who is living in Mount Weather and how did those people get there? Will the cast expand when the show returns in the fall? Who’s alive and who’s not? How many episodes will Season 2 have? Read Rothenberg’s answers to those questions and more:

HuffPost TV: In terms of a learning curve from Season 1, what do you want to do more of and what do you want to do less of going forward?

Jason Rothenberg: Season 2 is going to be very, very different, obviously, for many reasons. The Ark is on the ground for the most part. The grown-ups are on the ground and we’re really beginning to widen the scope of the show and explain this world that these people from the Ark have been dropped into. So in Season 1, we lived in perspective almost exclusively, at least on the ground, of those 100 kids, and so we didn’t know anything. They’ve only been on the ground for something like 29 days by the finale, so we know as much as they do as an audience. Now they’re scattered and they’re in various parts of this world, and we begin to learn more about that world as they do. So that’s one of the things I think we’re going to lean into more — the sweeping adventure of it.

And then I think we told the story at a really, really rapid clip last season, which I think is an advantage for sure — it’s entertaining and the story doesn’t lag and it’s a sort of rip-roaring adventure. But some of that came, at times, I think, at the expense of real character exploration.

And so I think we’ll probably want to slow down just a little bit, just enough to really mine who these people are and what they’re going through and how it’s changing them and things like that. Which isn’t to say we’re going to spend that much more time on the soap opera of it at all. What I find fascinating is – it’s almost a fish out of water [story in that] these people were so wrong about everything that they believed and they’re forced to relearn everything. On the one hand, they’re utterly unprepared for what they’re being dropped into. And on the other hand, it’s not like life on the Ark was luxurious or fun by any stretch of the imagination. So ultimately I think what [the characters on the ground] realized this year and what everybody will probably realize in Season 2 is that that world of repurposing and a real lack of resources has prepared them, in an odd way, for being successful on the ground. So we will play with all that.

There has been this great sense of pace and that’s been one of the things that carried me along as a viewer, but the idea of more character work in Season 2 excites me, because I only care about the incidents as far as I care about the people that they’re happening to. So that balance going forward — I’ll be excited to see what you do with that.

Yeah. And by the way I think that [the term] “soap” gets a bad rap.

Absolutely. I think it’s a word that’s thrown at a show that people want to denigrate in some way.

I say this all the time around here — Indiana Jones had a girlfriend. “Star Wars” had a love triangle in it. Those weren’t the reasons why we loved those movies, but it was part of the the tapestry of it. And that’s, I think, where it lives in our world — it has a similar level of importance. [That makes our show] probably a little bit different from most of the shows on the CW in terms of the percentage of its importance, if you can put a percentage on those things.

As it stands now it seems that there are three factions the kids and adults from the Ark have to deal with — the Mountain Men, the Grounders and the Reapers. Are they all going to be adversaries or do you see them kind of as a rotating crew — some could be adversaries, some could be allies?

Yeah. By the way there’ll be others to introduce really quickly in Season 2, not to make things even more complicated. But one of the things we will definitely do, as I said, is begin to widen the scope and widen our understanding of the world. We will understand how those pieces all fit together and the ongoing conflict the 100 and now the population of the Ark have landed in the middle of. Those Grounders are warriors and they were that way long before the kids dropped down from the sky. We’ll understand the various sides of the conflict, what everybody wants. They’re all fighting for the survival of their own people from a very limited pot of resources. And so we’ll understand who’s allied and who’s sort of at war. The 100 will factor into that and so will the people from the Ark in Season 2.

The other thing is, we introduced these Grounders as this huge antagonistic force, but in Episode 9, we begin to peel that back a little bit and realized that they have their own point of view and that they’re complicated as a people themselves. They look at “The 100” as being provocative and as the ones starting this conflict. And then through Ricky Whittle’s character, Lincoln, I think it’s fairly clear that they’re not all bad and it’s safe to say he’s not the only good Grounder. So one of the things I knew I wanted to do was make them more complicated, and to do that and still have real antagonism in the show, I knew that we needed to introduce others that were worse. And sort of that’s where the Reapers fit in, in terms of this season anyway, but again we’ll understand [the antagonisms among the various groups in Season 2]. The Mountain Men, we’ll get to know them much better in Season 2, and we’ll understand what role each of them play against each other and with each other.

Mount Weather appears to be some kind of underground bunker. It occurred to me as I watched the finale — what if these people have been in hiding and sheltered their own civilization, hidden from the nuclear fallout, for all those years since the bombs stopped falling?

We’re talking at a time when I am in the middle of writing Episode 1 [of Season 2], and so I could say yes. First of all, Mount Weather is the place where the government of the United States is supposed to be taken to in the event of some sort of a cataclysmic, end-of-the-world situation. It’s a bit of a relic of the Cold War, but it’s a real place. A lot of conspiracy theorists have their own bizarre claims about it. Nobody’s ever seen it, it’s classified, etc. So it’s based on that.

And you can imagine, at the time of the bombs, people made it there unbeknownst to the Chancellor. His speech in the pilot says that nobody ever made it there, but obviously he was wrong. And I look at Mount Weather in Season 2 as almost a mirror or negative image of the Ark. Whereas the Ark was founded by scientists and astronauts, who were already in space at the time of the war, Mount Weather was founded by politicians and military people and powerful people who had connections and were able to get there in time. That may be a little spoiler-y, but we find that out pretty quickly in Episode 1 of Season 2.

One of the things that I love about the show so much and was important to me from the beginning was this juxtaposition of the claustrophobic, suffocating, airless world on the Ark, this dying spaceship, and the exploding-with-life, mysterious world on the ground. Obviously, because we’re bringing the Ark down, we lose that, or you would think we would lose that. What we get, though, is a very similar juxtaposition by using Mount Weather instead. So we’ll be able to cut to Mount Weather, where a majority of the surviving members of the 100 have been taken — we think as prisoners, perhaps that’s the case, perhaps it’s not — but it gives us, just on the most basic level, some continuity for the show. So it won’t feel like a different show, it doesn’t lack that [other place to go to].

Right. Another question I had is that — we saw Abby. Her part of the Ark survived, and then there’s this plume of smoke off in the distance. Is that another part of the Ark that survived or is that something else?

Well, it’s safe to say that Mecha Station, which is the station that Abby and company came down on, will not be the only station that made it. It probably will be the only station that made it without any casualties. That was important to me, just because if Abby was going to enjoy that first breath of air, there couldn’t be people dead and suffering in the ship below her.

Most of the ships -– we saw many of them exploding on the way down, some of them made it probably only to crash and burn, with others, maybe we’ll find some survivors. Part of the Season 2 storyline will be finding those survivors. What’s cool is it gives us [possible future stories]. In “Lost,” they found the tail section in Season 3. Who knows when we could find other stations from the Ark on the ground? It could happen as early as the beginning of Season 2, it could be Season 4, if the good Lord is willing.

Jaha, Finn, Bellamy, Raven — their statuses are unclear at this point right, or are we clear on at least Jaha?

Well, he’s alive but seemingly not for long. He’s only got two weeks of air left up there. So if he were to continue as a character we would have to come up with a pretty compelling way and reason to bring him down. But yeah, all those other characters that you mention are definitely in limbo.

Do you want to comment on their status? I’m half-expecting you to say no, but I just thought I would ask.

It’s funny, we get a lot of credit for killing main characters, but I personally don’t think we’ve done that very much. So some people tease us about the fact that it’s only the redshirts, the people that don’t matter, that die and that’s something we’re conscious of. But yeah, I’d rather not reveal whether any of those people make it or don’t into Season 2. I love all those characters.

But I assume the cast is expanding in Season 2, via new characters and maybe through some actors becoming series regulars next season.

Yes. The cast is definitely expanding in Season 2. Whether or not that means we’re introducing new people or whether or not existing guest stars are becoming regulars, we’re extending the cast for sure, as part of extending the universe. Clarke and Monty are in Mount Weather; we know that. We will definitely meet people in Mount Weather and get to know characters in Mount Weather that have lived there their whole lives.

We will expand the Grounder world in Season 2. We may make it to see “Luna at the sea,” which is where Lincoln told Clark and Finn to go and where he theoretically is taking Octavia at the end of the finale. They may not make it that far, who knows, but it’s safe to say that we’ll meet other people.

One of the themes of Season 2 is that you can’t survive alone; you can’t make it by yourself, and that I think necessitates meeting others. And of course, we have the 100, and the idea all along was that we can pull people out of there that had been the whole time that we just suddenly meet. Same thing now that the Ark is on the ground — we’ll certainly meet people that we haven’t met before from the ship, some of the people we have met in minor roles may return, but they have a whole world that they’re building now. The dropship camp got burned up and one of the main sets in Season 2 is going to be built around one of these Ark stations. I talk about it like it’s “Deadwood” with a spaceship in the middle of it. There will be people living there and helping build it.

When you look back at the first season, what are some of your favorite moments or scenes or things that you think really worked?

What I think we did in Season 1 is explore difficult issues in which there are no really good answers. My favorite moments were the hanging of Murphy and what to do about Charlotte afterwards in Episode 4. Episode 7: Whether or not to torture Lincoln for information to save Finn, where Clarke says, “Do it,” and it’s Octavia who grabs the moral center in that episode. That was a really powerful one for me. Episode 10 and sort of biological warfare: Should we blow up the bridge with people on it or not? [The idea is to be] asking really good questions where both answers suck, frankly — where both options are not good.

That’s sort of the “Battlestar Galactica” model.

Yeah, for sure. I’m a huge fan of “Battlestar,” huge, as I think some of our casting would indicate. That’s one of the reasons why the show is maybe a little different for the network. It’s like we’re exploring some really difficult issues, which sci-fi lets you do. You can do a morality play about torture without it feeling like a morality play, which is fun for me.

My last question is, how many episodes are in Season 2?

I’m not supposed to tell anybody what the episode order is yet, for some reason. I’m not quite sure why they’re being secretive about it. But for me, [the number the network ordered] was the perfect number. We had 13 this season, and creatively 13’s great. It’s like a cable series. You get to really choose your story and the pace of it is never lagging. There’s no filler episodes.

Next season I think you can assume we’re going to do more. But the number will surprise people. So let me tease it like that — it’s more than 13 and fewer than 22.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

Ryan McGee and I talked about “The 100,” as well as “Orphan Black,” “Suits” and “Dominion” on the latest Talking TV podcast, which is here, on iTunes and below.

Entertainment – The Huffington Post
Entertainment News-Visit Adults Playland today for the hottest adult entertainment online!

Hot Tip Alert!

Click here for more.

'Big Bang Theory' Has Most-watched Finale Ever

“The Big Bang” Theory just made history.

The hit comedy on CBS just clocked its most-watched season finale ever last night raking in 16.3 million viewers. The show, which was just renewed for three more seasons, has been a consistent heavyweight in the ratings department for CBS and has boosted the network’s lineup. When it returns this Fall it will be on a different night to make way for NFL coverage before slipping back to Thursday’s midway through the season.

Entertainment – The Huffington Post
Entertainment News-Visit Adults Playland today for the hottest adult entertainment online!

Hot Tip Alert!

Click here for more.