The dramatic tales of the Hampton which follows Emily Clarke’s (Emily VanCamp) thirst for revenge against those who destroyed her father is coming to an end, EW reports.
Sunil Nayar said in a statement, “We can officially tell our fans that this will be the end of the story. … We’ve been talking to the network and we all just wanted to make sure that we felt very confident.”
If you have not watched the April 23 episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” ‘How to Save a Life’ stop reading.
Rest in Peace Derek Shepard.
I could not bring myself to write this article about the recent death on “Grey’s Anatomy,” which killed off a main character Derek Shepard, McDreamy himself.
“It’s been a remarkable ride,” the Patrick Dempsey told TVLine. “The worldwide impact has been extraordinary. It is incredible how devoted and passionate the fans are and I will forever be grateful and humbled by the experience.”
Series creator Shonda Rhimes also released a statement:
Derek Shepherd is and will always be an incredibly important character — for Meredith, for me and for the fans. I absolutely never imagined saying goodbye to our ‘McDreamy.’ Patrick Dempsey’s performance shaped Derek in a way that I know we both hope became a meaningful example — happy, sad, romantic, painful and always true — of what young women should demand from modern love. His loss will be felt by all. Now, Meredith and the entire ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ family are about to enter uncharted territory as we head into this new chapter of her life. The possibilities for what may come are endless. As Ellis Grey would say: the carousel never stops turning.
He was a husband to many, not only Meredith. R.I.P., McDreamy.
E! orders Bruce Jenner docuseries which will follow transition.
Bruce Jenner came out as transgender on Friday night in an interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC. Later after special, E! released a press release announcing a new reality series that will follow Jenner’s life as a transgender woman:
The series will tell Bruce’s intimate story and will join him as he seeks out his ‘new normal.’ Living for the first time as the person he feels he was born to be, the docuseries will also explore what Bruce’s transition means for the people in his life and how those relationships are affected, while offering a better understanding of many of life’s challenges.
Bruce is incredibly courageous and an inspiration, and we are proud to be entrusted with this deeply personal and important story. This series will present an unfiltered look as Bruce boldly steps into uncharted territory and is true to himself for the first time.
The untitled eight-part series will premiere July 26 at 9 p.m. ET on E!.
Synopsis: Set during the Joseon Period. Kook In-Yeob (Jung Yoo-Mi) is the only child in a noble family. She is famous for her beauty and stylish appearance. Due to an incident, her status falls to the lower class. As she struggles through her misfortune, she becomes stronger. Servant Moo-Myeong (Oh Ji-Ho) is the most attractive servant in Hanyang, but he is also a mysterious man who hides his real identity and pretends to be a servant.
Let me start by saying that the drama was enjoyable. I really enjoy watching South Korean historical dramas. The characters were very believable. When characters make you love, hate them, etc you know they are doing a great job playing their roles. I was exited to see something new from Jung Yoo Mi, the last drama I watched that she was in is, Dong Yi. Oh Ji Ho was great, my first time watching his work and i became a fan. I enjoyed watching his role. I also loved Jun So Min’s character, I’m going to have my eyes out for more from her. Enough about the characters, on to the drama. I was hooked from the beginning, I couldn’t stop watching. Jung Yoo Mi is a great actress. I went through all emotions watching Maids. The plot is really good. It was so good that I was disappointed because it was rushed. I wanted more. Twenty episodes were not enough and I’m still upset about it. Also, I hated the end. I hate endings where the writers leave me to make my own conclusions or what not. I’m not asking for a happy ending, just want a clear and clean conclusion. They were certain character developments I wanted to see on-screen. How relationships blossomed or not. I just felt like a lot was missing towards the end. Like I said, I expected and wanted more. All in all, it was a good drama.
My rating 4 out 5.
Have you seen? What did you think? Would you watch it again?
Kathy Bates previously appeared on two anthology of “AHS: Coven” and “Freak Show.” The actress joins previously announced cast Lady Gaga, Chloe Sevigny, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson and Wes Bentley, however details about all of their characters are being kept under wraps.
The comedy series “Last Man on Earth” has been renewed a second season, FOX announced Wednesday.
Will Forte stars as Phil Miller, the last man on earth in a post apocalyptic series.
“We knew we had something special with “The Last Man on Earth,” Fox president David Madden said in a statement. “It’s one of those rare shows that continues to add depth and dimension to its unique premise, week after week. We are so thrilled that this incredibly bold, original and inventive series has been embraced by both fans and critics, and we cannot wait… [for] Season Two.
So I have been asked by one of the site’s junkies to write a post about shows returning this month.
I write posts like this but not religiously.
It is April, in April we celebrate April’s fool day, Easter and winter.
Winter you ask? Blame “Game of thrones.” The HBO’s series returns on the 12th. Need something keep you warm until then watch the trailer below.
Another HBO series debuts this month. “Veep” returns on the 12th, with Selma as President of United States of America. I can’t wait for this term’s crazy shenanigans.
And for my junkies across the pond I can’t wait for my triple (or more) dose of Tatiana Maslany. Who doesn’t want to know more about the male clones running around the streets? The series returns on the 18th.
Watch the promo below.