Mayans MC's Sons Of Anarchy Finale Cliffhanger Changes Everything

If you thought the second season of Mayans MC was going to end with any sort of peace, you couldn't have been more wrong. As per usual in this universe of shows that began with Sons of Anarchy, the Season 2 finale ended in a hail of bullets and blood, leaving fans on the edge of their seats as they wait for the next season to premiere. At the very least, we now know there will be a Season 3 of the series, even after the firing of co-creator and showrunner Kurt Sutter.

Arrow Twist Significantly Changes The Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover

Just when you thought you were starting to grasp how the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover might play out, Arrow is here to take a quick turn, unraveling almost any theory you could possibly have. As the CW series continues its final season, the episodes are designed mainly to continue setting the stage for the massive Crisis event that kicks off in December. However, after the latest episode--titled "Leap of Faith"--everything had changed. Warning: The following contains spoilers fo

The Secret To WWE NXT's Success Is A Bunch Of Rowdy Floridians

At first glance, spending a Wednesday night in the suburbs of Orlando, Florida doesn't sound all that exciting. But if the particular suburb you find yourself in happens to be Winter Park that all changes. It's there that Full Sail University, the home of WWE's NXT brand, is broadcasting its weekly, live two-hour show, which showcases the talent WWE is planning to bank on for the future. It's evident to anyone who watched the weekly NXT shows on the WWE Network, before it moved to USA, that the

Mayans MC Lets Sons Of Anarchy Do Something It Wanted To Years Ago

Sons of Anarchy got away with a lot during its seven-season run on FX. The series featured horrific violence regularly, plenty of vulgarity, and a large dose of sex throughout. However, there's one line the show never got the cross--and it's one the sequel series Mayans MC regularly does. Regardless of any betrayal or murder that unfolded on-screen during Sons of Anarchy, at no point was a character driven far enough to drop an F-bomb. After all, that wasn't a word you heard on TV at the time.

Mayans MC Season 2, Episode 3 Includes Two Heartbreaking Sons Of Anarchy Easter Eggs

When tuning into Mayans MC, it's not rare to see nods to Sons of Anarchy, the motorcycle club series it serves as a sequel to. Whether it's characters pulled from the original series, updates on what's happened to SAMCRO since Sons ended, or flashbacks to a time when Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) was still alive and well, there's plenty for SOA fans to sink their teeth into. The following contains spoilers to the latest episode of Mayans MC. In its new installment, Mayans included two Easter eggs

AEW's TNT Show Will Not Be The End Of Being The Elite's YouTube Series

When the Being the Elite YouTube series first launched in May 2016, it was mostly a travelogue for professional wrestlers The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega. However, as the show evolved, storylines and new characters were introduced--including the likes of Cody Rhodes, "Hangman" Adam Page, and several other faces familiar to fans of All Elite Wrestling. In fact, as far as AEW is concerned, a big part of how the promotion is coming together is due to the popularity of AEW and the notoriety it's br

WWE's Charlotte Flair Shares Untold Story Of Her SummerSlam Bout With Trish Stratus

At SummerSlam, it'll be the queen of one generation versus the queen of another, as 9-time WWE Women's Champion Charlotte Flair takes on WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus for the first time ever. It's a dream match for many wrestling fans and could serve as an incredible main event on just about any show WWE could ever present. It' even more than that, though. Flair, herself, sees the match as fated to be.

WWE's Charlotte Flair Reacts to Eric Bischoff's Smackdown Hiring

When it was announced in June that WWE had hired Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff as executive directors of Raw and Smackdown, respectively, it sent shockwaves through the professional wrestling industry. More than a month later, with Smackdown gearing up for its transition from cable channel USA to the Fox broadcast network, Bischoff's role on the blue brand is certainly something many fans are keeping an eye out for. They aren't the only ones, though.

The Halo TV Adaptation Casts Cortana And Many Other Characters

At long last, Showtime's upcoming adaptation of Halo is coming into focus. The project has been in the works for a very long time, but since the news broke that American Gods alum Pablo Schreiber will portray the iconic role of Master Chief John-117, not much has been revealed. That all changed at Showtime's TCA press tour presentation, though, with several major casting announcements. The biggest is the addition of former Californication star Natasha McElhone, who will play two roles on the se

DC Universe's Harley Quinn Cartoon Will Tackle Abusive Joker Relationship

As long as the character of Harley Quinn has been around, there's been a discussion among Batman fans about her relationship with Joker, which is incredibly abusive. It was revealed in the 1994 comic The Batman Adventures: Mad Love that Harley was a former psychiatrist that fell in love with the Clown Prince of Crime, even though he regularly insulted and demeaned her--and held very little regard for her life.

How Arrow And Batwoman Got The Original Robin For Its Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover

San Diego Comic-Con was filled with surprises, from the announcement of a massive slate of films and TV shows from Marvel Studios to new trailers for things like The Witcher and Westworld Season 3. One of the most exciting moments, though, came during the Batwoman panel. It was revealed that in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, which will encompass the five Arrow-verse shows, original Batman TV series star Burt Ward will appear.

Veronica Mars (2019) Review: Worst Possible Outcome

What a long, strange trip it's been for Veronica Mars. After first debuting in 2004, the show's initial three-season run was split between two networks (UPN and The CW) before it was ultimately canceled with a cliffhanger ending in 2007. Cut to seven years later, when a movie continuation was released by Warner Bros (after being largely funded by fans via Kickstarter), followed by a series of novels and a comedy web series that lasted all of two months before ending.
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