The Supernatural spinoff formally known as Supernatural: Tribes will from hereon out be known as Supernatural: Bloodlines.
The spinoff, which will air as a backdoor pilot during Supernatural on April 29, “portends to be a sweeping drama about the mafia-esque monster families that, unknowingly to humans, “run” the underbelly of Chicago and who are being tracked by a newly minted Hunter.”
Bloodlines has also cast its final series regular in Melissa Roxburgh. She’ll play Violet Durant, “a member of a powerful werewolf pack who hides her true nature because of her forbidden love for family rival David (The Originals‘ Nathaniel Bozulic), a shapeshifter.” (via TV Line)
Have you been waiting like me for the return of Once Upon A Time? Oh yeah, I wanna go to Oz or have Oz come to Storybrooke. I’m fine with either and you know evil witches have all the best lines!
Also, Good Morning America wheedled it out of the cast, that Ginnifer Goodwin’s pregnancy (yes, Goodwin is pregnant with Prince Charming’s… oops I mean Josh Dallas’s baby) and they are writing it into the show plot. Omigosh how cute, real life couple on and off-screen get to celebrate the pregnancy in both their realities.
Thank ye old gods! The creators promise we will not have to wait until the end of the season to see Emma Snow get her memories back. Yet, even with her memories back she might not recognize all the faces in Storybrooke because the town is changing while also still being affected by Henry’s story book.
Which might explain how there was supposed to be an elaborate story for the huntsman. Too bad Jamie Dornan was tied up with Fifty Shades of Grey. Although, rumor has it, he will try to fit OUaT into his future schedule, because producers and creators haven’t given up on having him back for the show.
Emma and Neal’s epic love story gets put on hold for now too. Neal and Belle will take center stage on their quest to find Rumple, and it will be them together growing and figuring out things plus backstory on Belle in the Beauty & the Beast flashbacks. Neal apparently will follow a similar path as did Rumple and eventually have to choose a path. Huh? Does Neal have magic. Don’t know and they’re not telling. Nor are they spilling on Rumple’s fate although they have said by the midseason finale we will get answers.
As for the yellow brick road… oh yeah… it will be there along with some very familiar Oz characters, although the Wicked Witch, named Zelena will have definite reasons, and even good enough to have Snow White take her side for awhile.
“You can pretty much guess who’s among those new faces since she also happens to be the culprit behind this new curse. Known as Zelena in the world of Once, Mader’s witch in Storybrooke seems anything but wicked. After all, she gets in Snow White’s (Ginnifer Goodwin) good graces, but it won’t be long before we see the real side of her. “She’s pretty wicked when she is the Wicked Witch,” Edward Kitsis says. “She does some things that are distasteful, but she does it with style.”
Kitsis had a lot more to say actually about Zelena, the Wicked Witch, so continue reading here for more detailed spoilers. And don’t forget Once Upon A Time returns to ABC on Sunday (THIS SUNDAY, March 9th) at 8/7c.
Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin was spotted on the red carpet at the premiere of 300: Rise of an Empire earlier this week. He stopped for a moment to chat with PopStopTV. In the following interview, he teases that big death we’ve all been hearing about. He also talks about how his life has changed now that Teen Wolf is so popular and how he feels about social media. And he looks fabulous while doing it.
In this Producer’s Preview of Monday’s all-new episode of Star-Crossed, executive producer Adele Kim talks about Sophia’s desire to earn acceptance from the humans by joining the swim team and how her actions cause quite the opposite among the student body.