It’s amazing to think we’re now three films into The Purge franchise, but the low-budget near-future horror tales have proven to have some surprising staying power. But the scope is about to get a whole lot bigger with Round 3.
To be one of the biggest hits of the last generation, ABC's Lost broke a lot of hearts with its rather ... unique series finale. The ending left a lot of fans intrigued, and even more of them angry. But it turns out series co-star Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet) was actually a huge fan of that controversial final moment. So why did she like it so much?
You typically have a few tweaks between a pilot episode and actual series order when it comes to a TV show, as the pilot establishes a premise while subsequent episodes build on it. This season's early hit Revolution is the perfect example—and producer Eric Kripke has finally explained why one big change was made to recast a big reveal for episode two.
Always one to keep his old cast around, former Lost showrunner J.J. Abrams recently brought in former island resident and V alien-fighter Elizabeth Mitchell to his new NBC show Revolution. Now we finally have our first look at her in action.
V won't return for its second season until Jan. 4, but ABC has made sure we'll be eager to tune in for the premiere by releasing 51 promotional images of Elizabeth Mitchell, Laura Vandervoort, Morena Baccarin and the rest of the series' stars.
I'm not going to lie. ABC's V has been frustrating to watch, because while I love parts of it, some of the characters and the decisions they've made have driven me crazy. So imagine my surprise when I watched the season-two finale, "Mother's Day," last night and got excited by the possibility of a third season. (Beware—there are SPOILERS AHEAD.)