“Next year, we’re hoping to do a true four-way crossover,” executive producer Andrew Kreisbergshared to a small group of press. “The great thing about our dear friends at The CW and Mark Pedowitz picking the shows up as early as they did, [it] has allowed us to start building the schedules for next season.”
He revealed that this time around, it will really be a real crossover, involving all four shows.
“The single hardest factor in doing the crossovers is actors’ availability because the shows keep going on. We’ve got four shows and you’re basically juggling four shows’ worth of schedules.”
“The thing that we didn’t really plan on — again because we weren’t aware that we were going to switch Supergirl from CBS to The CW and it was really going to be part of it — that was the one show that actually didn’t have built-in shutdown days, so all the other ones did,” Andrew added. “Because the show starts on Supergirl, Melissa [Benoist] ended up being heavily in The Flash and then in Arrow.
“So Supergirl was the show we needed to shut down the most and it was the one we didn’t have any opportunity to. Now that we’ve gotten the early pickup and we’ve started designing the seasons, we’re building in those dark days — and actually more dark days on Supergirl than the other shows — to make it a little easier.”
Here’s the official summary: On the fifth anniversary of Klaus’ defeat, Marcel is king of the city and welcomes the un-sired vampires to New Orleans, only to find they pose an unexpected threat to his rule, leading him to seek counsel from an unlikely source.
Meanwhile, as Hayley closes in on the cure that will allow her to revive Elijah and the slumbering Mikaelsons, she faces a final task that will force her to make a ruthless decision.
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While we’ll always be team Frary, Mary and Gideon are making headlines all across Scotland and England with this image alone on tonight’s Reign.
In the ep, Gideon (Ben Geurens) shows Mary (Adelaide Kane) what life could be like if she chose love over country…and secretly, JJJ is rooting for him to sway her to that thinking.
“Gideon is such an interesting character and we do see quite a lot of him in Elizabeth’s court actually, which is very interesting,” Adelaideshared about the potential love interest for Mary. “So he’s not really present in Scottish court any more, but he is very, very present in English court and his friendship with Elizabeth sort of deepens.”
She added, “Mary still has a lot of love for him, of course, but that was a relationship that could never really find fruition in anyway.”
But, we do have questions on why she just couldn’t choose love over country:
– Gideon makes her so happy. We mean look at her smile! Why did Mary have to deny her happiness for the throne?
– Could Gideon denounce England and go to Scotland? That would make everyone happy all at once. He’s meant to be with Mary.
– Lord Darnley clearly isn’t the one for her. Even if he gives her her only child, James, he’s still not the best person in the world. Especially when he’s playing both sides.
– If she chose love (which she definitely should have!), would Scotland’s throne go to her brother James? Or to Elizabeth?
– If she chose country (which she does), we have to wonder if choosing love would’ve brought her a longer life. Could she have avoided being beheaded?
The four final designers — Izzy, Chelsea, Chris, and Hawwaa — were tasked with creating a full fashion collection for their last challenge.
The designer who won received a ton of prizes — a full scholarship to the prestigious FIDM in California; a complete home sewing and crafting studio, plus, the dream machine, all courtesy of Brother; a feature in Seventeen Magazine; and a $25,000 cash prize, to help launch their line. Amazing!
So who season two of Project Runway Junior? Click inside to find out!
Fans of Lea Michele‘s character Hester Ulrich on the Fox comedy Scream Queens are going to be disappointed by this news – the actress will not return to the series if a third season is ordered.
Lea‘s fans do have something to look forward to though – she has joined the cast of an upcoming ABC comedy pilot about a city mayor, which is also starring Hamilton‘s Tony winner Daveed Diggs.
The series will follow “what happens when an outspoken, idealistic rapper Courtney (Search Party‘s Brandon Micheal Hall) runs for office as a publicity stunt. When he actually gets elected, he surprises everyone (including himself) when he has a natural knack for the job and slowly transforms city hall,” according to THR.
Lea‘s character was reportedly originally planned to be Courtney’s chief of staff, but the role is being modified to fit her.
Ryan Murphy has reportedly released Lea from her deal to star in the potential third season of Scream Queens. The show has not yet been renewed and is still on the bubble as pilot season heads into full swing. If the show does return, it will come back without Hester Ulrich.