In a recent interview, show co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed his take on the series and shared how he felt about some of the key moments of the season thus far. It was very interesting to see how he felt about Twisty the clowns death and about Elsa’s back story. The best thing about the interview was how he stated that all seasons are connected in a way.
“The interesting thing about doing a show like this is every season is incredibly its own story and its own beginning, middle and end. Its own journey. But we have always from the very beginning in the intertwining mythologies and how things connect. This is the first year where we begin to tell you that season two is connected to season four which is connected to season one. People have started to write articles about that. A lot of their hypotheses have been completely right on. That’s the fun of the show. Hopefully by the end of the run, be it 10 years or 15 years, people will be able to stand back and be able to say, “Oh that was connected to x… They’re all connected. We’re just beginning to tell you how they’re connected. They’re all very separate but there’s clues every season that we’re now telling you how the different worlds are intertwined.”
Although he won’t give us any other details about how exactly they are connected, he did say that a huge clue will preview and tease season 5’s themes.
What do you think the connection is? Have you spotted any clues for the upcoming season? Share them with us @CraveYouTV!
For more on the interview head over to EntertainmentWeekly.com
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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Alum Keegan Allen Joins Jared Padalecki in The CW’s ‘Walker’
A new face joins the Walker, Texas Ranger reboot!
The CW has enlisted Pretty Little Liars actor Keegan Allen in the upcoming series.
The reboot, simply titled Walker finds Jared Padalecki taking over the character of Cordell Walker, a role previously held by the iconic Chuck Norris.
Padalecki is “a widower and father of two with his own moral code who returns home to Austin after being undercover for two years, only to discover there’s harder work to be done at home.”
Variety reports that Allen, who is best known for his role as Spencer’s boyfriend Toby Cavanaugh on the Freeform (previously ABC Family) dream, will star as Padalecki’s younger brother, Liam Walker.
Liam is described as a “gay conservative” who was promoted to the assistant district attorney.
His official description reads: “Liam has always stayed close to home, often sacrificing his personal life in favor of his family duties. In Walker’s absence, he stepped up to take Walker’s kids under his wing. Liam’s close relationship with Walker’s son and daughter makes Walker slightly jealous.”
Also joining Walker is the previously reported The 100 star Lindsey Morgan. She’s been tapped as Walker’s first and female partner.
Unfortunately, not much is known about Morgan’s character. Will she simply be a partner or a love interest also?
Walker is slated to join The CW for the 2020-2021 season alongside recently picked up Superman & Lois, a spin-off starring Supergirl’s Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch.
‘The Bachelor’ Just Announced a Second, Olympics-Themed Spinoff
The Bachelor is headed to the Olympics… well, their version of it anyway.
There doesn’t seem to be a cap on Bachelor franchise spinoffs because why would there be? We’re going to watch all of them anyway!
Just yesterday, the promo for The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart, a musical spinoff, dropped its first promo, but here we are today talking about an Olympics-themed spinoff.
Following the success of The Bachelor Winter Games, ABC is bringing you the Summer Olympics, a summer version of the athletic spinoff playing off of the fact that the Olympics are happening this July in Tokyo.
The show will essentially feature contestants competing in Olympic-styled sports events, which will just be pure joy, and likely getting involved in drama and hooking up on the side.
“[Summer Games] will be its own thing and it’ll run — it’ll be Bachelorette Summer Games,” ABC’s Senior Vice President of Alternative Programming Rob Mills said on The Ringer’s Bachelor Party podcast on Tuesday.
“What’s nice about Summer Games, is when we did Winter Games, Bachelor was still airing, so it was a lot . . . This is Summer Games, and then Paradise will start . . . There is going to be both,” he explained.
“I think it’s going to be really fun,” he added. “We found a really great place to hold it. I mean, it’s going to be so fun seeing these people in these great, you know, track and field, and swimming. This is a real Olympics. To me, this is the real Olympics.”
“I still think we need to look at the creative, and it’s like, do you — if somebody is with somebody or not, can they be in it?” he said. “‘Cause there’s certain people that you’d love to see — I mean, I’d love to see Jordan [Rodgers] or Colton [Underwood].”
All of this basically translates to us living, breathing, and sleeping Bachelor content!
No premiere date has been set for Summer Games yet, but Listen to Your Heart arrives in April!
9 Best Turkish Dramas and TV Shows to Watch on Netflix in 2020
The popularity of Turkish TV shows is on the rise in the US mostly because of streaming services and international sales.
Turkish dramas have subverted themselves into the culture in the same way telenovelas have.
However, they are not soap operas or telenovelas, they are known as dizi, which refers to a “genre in progress”, according to Dr Arzu Ozturkmen, who teaches oral history at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul. He told The Guardian that the name encompasses the format that has ‘unique narratives, use of space and musical scores.”
While the US is slowly catching up, Turkish dramas have been a staple in many parts of Europe, Latin America, and China and Korea.
So, what makes them so addictive? Many Turkish dramas and melodramas reflect universal themes and dilemmas that are easily understood and accepted by people all over the world with just a hint of Turkish flair.
Here are some of the best Turkish dramas to stream on Netflix.
1. Winter Sun (2016)
2. Intersection (2016)
Intersection, also known as Kördüğüm, was believed to be a show that would put Turkish dramas on the map. The series follows Naz and Umut Umut Özer, whose marriage is struggling, but that changes when they meet wealthy businessman Ali Nejat Karasu. The official synopsis read: “two wealthy businessmen with car obsessions who cross paths with an idealist pediatrician. Love enters the equation, and their lives change for good.” It is available to stream now on Netflix.
6. The Gift (2019)
What are your favorite Turkish dramas?
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