The talented actors and producers of Bones made what one would assume is their final appearance at San Diego’s Comic-Con as they previewed the show’s 12th and final season. First off, showrunner/executive producer Michael Peterson said two recurring characters will be killed off on the final season, but the all of the actors featured on the panel (Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor, Eugene Byrd, and John Boyd) will have their characters alive and kicking by the series finale.
Although Nashville singer Tristan McIntosh was eliminated last night on American Idol, her journey on the show was a hands down success story. Just 15, McIntosh was able to grow as an artist during her AI experience and also showcase her talents to millions of viewers.
One can expect a healthy share of nostalgia for the 15th and final season of American Idol, which premieres on FOX Wednesday, January 6. Keith Urban, Harry Connick Jr., and Jennifer Lopez return as the judges, and Lopez talked about the pride she feels in taking part in this iconic show.
The fall finale of Empire’s second season airs tomorrow, and though the main storyline deals with the repercussions of a huge and possibly disastrous business decision of Lucious Lyon (Terrence Howard), there’s also a ton of artistry amidst all the high powered dealings thanks to Alicia Keys’ guest starring role of Skye Summers.
As a dude who hates change and loves Joe Bastianich’s no nonsense, intimidating swagger, I’m still wrapping my head around Christina Tosi’s addition to the MasterChefcrew. Tosi’s success with Milk Bar, coupled with the prospect of bringing a different dynamic to the show, should immediately put me in my happy place.
Camren Bicondova is part of the rogues gallery of villains on Gotham, Fox’s freshman series which offers a tough as nails look at the origins of the city that spawned the Caped Crusader. The show is headlined by Ben McKenzie as tough as nails cop James Gordon, with Donal Logue as Gordon’s sarcasting (and scene stealing) partner Harvey Bullock.
To prepare for the role of Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman), Bicondovahad a ton of material at her beck and call.
“I’ve been reading the comic books,” says Bicondova. “I watched some episodes with Catwoman in it from the ’60s show with Adam West and the movies. Anything I can get my hands on. I even have a D.C. encyclopedia that I go back to every now and then. So it’s really cool – I get to read the script and then go back and see how everything is working.”
In the audio clip below, Bicondova explains her initial awe at being part of the talented cast of Gotham:
After last week’s takedown of Jack Gruber (Christopher Heyerdahl), James Gordon is back to his old stoping grounds with Monday night’s (Jan. 25, 2015) episode “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon” (FOX, 8 pm et/pt).