Every ‘American Gods’ Character, Ranked by How Weirdly Intriguing They Are (Photos)
“American Gods” is full of characters who only show up for a brief time to do something delightfully weird and godlike. Here’s every single one, ranked by how intriguing, mysterious, flawed and strange they are. Spoilers beyond this point! Robbie (Dane Cook) Audrey’s husband and Shadow’s best friend got mixed up with Laura and, seemingly, fell in love with her. Unfortunately, he failed to realize that Laura’s been working through some stuff — like latent depression. Overall, though, he’s just a typical human dude, and one who can’t seem to avoid ruining his relationships. Low »
- Phil Hornshaw
Fall TV First Impression: Young Sheldon
The broadcast networks have nearly 20 shows debuting this fall, including David Boreanaz’s Seal drama, the adventures of Fox’s Gifted mutants, ABC’s rapping Mayor and a soapy new Dynasty. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.
First up on our list….
The Show | CBS’ Young Sheldon (Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c, premiering Nov. 2)
The Cast | Iain Armitage »
Why 'Walking Dead' Fans Shouldn't Skip 'Fear the Walking Dead'
Now that most Walking Dead fans have recovered from an emotional season 7, I'm sure they're craving some walker love. I know some have been skeptical of Fear the Walking Dead, but season 3 seems to promise more action and more walkers, which is why it is a good summer fill to hold Walking Dead fans over until the October season 8 premiere.
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Pearl Mackie
Often, it is the introduction of a new film or show that addresses problems like under-representation of visible minorities or LGBT individuals. Sometimes, however, long-running productions are able to adapt and become increasingly inclusive. Such is the case of the highly popular Doctor Who series, which has just this year introduced the Doctor’s first openly gay traveling companion. This character is played by the emerging star Pearl Mackie. Mackie’s first major role on television, Bill Potts, is a character which has received a great deal of attention. Mackie herself has expressed her pride in portraying a character with which marginalized
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Pearl Mackie »
- Nat Berman
Alex Rodriguez Signs With ABC News, Will Serve as Gma Contributor
The former New York Yankee has signed with ABC News, our sister site Deadline reports. As part of the deal, A-Rod will serve as a contributor on Good Morning America, World News Tonight With David Muir and Nightline, where he’ll report on sports, personal fitness and finance, among other topics.
Rodriguez played a total of 22 seasons as a shortstop and third baseman for the Seattle Mariners, the Texas Rangers and the Yankees, and holds the record for most grand »
‘Twin Peaks’ Episode 4 is a Gift Filled with Answers — and A Warning About Wanting More
In the minds of its viewers, “Twin Peaks,” like many TV shows, is defined by its creator and its lead. There’s a magic combination of those two names when seen together: “The Sopranos” has David Chase and James Gandolfini. “Breaking Bad” has Vince Gilligan and Bryan Cranston. “The Leftovers” has Damon Lindelof and Carrie Coon. Ok, Ms. Coon ties with Justin Theroux, similar to how David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are co-leads (and requisite parts) in Chris Carter’s “The X-Files,” but the point remains: A creator and a lead are great signifiers for television fans, and their presence carries meaning.
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks” Episode 4, “Part 4.”]
Turns out, it carries even more meaning when you see them together, on screen, in character, having a conversation. Thus was the case for David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan at the end of “Twin Peaks” “Part 4,” the most recent episode of the new season. In the final scene, »
- Ben Travers
Five Guest Stars That Would Be Perfect on Game of Thrones
A Song of Ice and Fire has lots and lots of characters, including a fair number who never managed to make it onto Game of Thrones. Some of these cut characters are so important that they cannot be done justice without significant screen-time. In contrast, others are much less so, meaning that they would be perfect for guest appearances. Here are five Game of Thrones characters who would be perfect when played by guest stars: Aurane Waters In the books, Aurane Waters was a noble bastard who fought for Stannis but switched over to the Lannisters following the Battle of
Five Guest Stars That Would Be Perfect on Game of Thrones »
- Nat Berman
Young and the Restless: Chloe is Almost Caught
Young and the Restless fans know Chloe is back in town, and she’s close to being discovered. She’s at the doctor’s house, and that’s when Nick and Chelsea show up. She hides, and then she has a breakdown. The doctor will assure her they have no idea she is there, and that she is perfectly safe – but we don’t believe that. There isn’t a chance they showed up there by coincidence, and we know there is more to this plot. Chelsea isn’t stupid, and she doesn’t feel right as they leave the doctor’s house. She feels she missing
Young and the Restless: Chloe is Almost Caught »
- Tiffany Raiford
3 articles« Prev | Next »