If you want to do it old school, though, says Jon Bokenkamp, creator of The Blacklist and co-creator of The Blacklist: Redemption, “take a beloved character from the original show and take him or her to a new show” — which is what they’ve done with Ryan Eggold’s Tom Keen.
The Blacklist just got one mother of an offshoot. NBC has greenlit The Blacklist: Redemption, TVLine has learned. The Peacock Net has ordered the spinoff, which on Thursday aired its backdoor pilot as an episode of the original drama, to series. In the new venture, undercover operative Tom Keen teams up with Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (played by […]
While Janssen has been very diplomatic about turning over the role of Jean Grey to Sophie Turner (“Those things happen”), she does lament that the series has yet to let the two generations of women play the same character in a film. “We've only seen that with Magneto and Professor X,” she says. “I think it's time to do that with one of the females.”
On an evening of television dominated by Shonda Rhimes season premieres, Viola Davis’ Annalise Keaton was right back in the thick of things, including teaching her law students How to Get Away With Murder — and perhaps even getting away with a little murder herself. Eve Rothlow, played by Famke Jannsen, is introduced as a big part of Annalise’s past and potentially a big part of Nate’s present and future. And in true Shondaland fashion, the season premiere ended with a shocking cliffhanger. To learn more about Yahoo SuperFan, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @YahooSuperFan, Facebook, and Instagram for your daily dose of all things TV and Movies
X-Men: Days of Future Past took us back to the 1970s. And now it’s clear the sequel is fully embracing the acid-washed-jeans-obsessed 1980s.