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This weeks episode was packed. Lots of action. The return of the Howling Commandos. Revealed backstory for both Thomson and Dottie (and, by extension, Agent Romanov in the present day). Sousa discovers what Peggy’s been up to, or thinks he … Continue reading
Marvel online editor Marc Strom interviews Chad Michael Murray (Agent Thompson) and Enver Gjokaj (Agent Sousa) from Marvel’s Agent Carter. The supporting actors each dive deeper into their characters providing more insight into the series. During the clip, the actors … Continue reading
ABC Family show “The Fosters” now has an official companion novel. From author Stacy Kravetz comes “The Fosters: Keep Your Frenemies Close.” The novel takes place over a weekend community service/extra school credit trip Callie is required to take in … Continue reading
Disney’s ABC Family cable channel is recasting itself for a slightly more mature audience. As part of the switch it has announced its first-ever original procedural drama, “Stitchers.” Stitchers is an hour long crime drama with a bit of a … Continue reading