Missy Peregrym (Scarlett Harker) will star as Special Agent Maggie Bell in the upcoming CBS series F.B.I., which will focus on the inner workings of the Bureau’s New York office. Maggie comes from a family with several generations of law enforcement officers in its history, and she has a talent for putting her own emotions and the emotions of others to constructive use. She is protective of and committed to the people with whom she works. Maggie has recently experienced a personal tragedy (we have not been told what that is), and is making an effort to not let it ruin her career or her life. The pilot was written by showrunner Craig Turk and the first two episodes will be directed by Niels Oplev. Agent Bell’s boss, Ellen, will be played by Connie Neilsen (Queen Hippolyta in WONDER WOMAN). Thirteen episodes have been ordered, and F.B.I. should premiere in late 2018. Continue reading →
VAN HELSING – Season 2 Episode 13 – SPOILERS
Scarlett (Missy Peregrym) and Abigail (Andee Frizzell) hike through the mountains toward the Elder’s tomb. Dimitri, Scab, and Ivory are also headed there. At the insistence of her mother (the real Abigail, not the imposter from Episode 2.10), they stop to rest, and Scarlett notices a pendant on her mother’s neck.
SCARLETT: “What is that on your neck?”
ABIGAIL: “Blood. I’ve been wearing this since I was a kid.”
SCARLETT: “That’s creepy. Whose is it?”
ABIGAIL: “It’s blood from the dark one. The first.”
SCARLETT: “The dark one?”
ABIGAIL: “Don’t say his name. Legend has it he can hear it.”
SCARLETT: “You don’t really think that he’s alive?”
ABIGAIL: “Yes, I do. I was given this just after my mother was killed by the elders.”
SCARLETT: “So my great-grandmother gave that to you. Why? What for?”
ABIGAIL: “I don’t know. It’s supposed to have some kind of special powers, but they haven’t… I was experimenting on this when I was pregnant with the two of you. I was trying to find a cure.” Continue reading →
VAN HELSING – Season 2 Episode 12 – SPOILERS
The gang is almost entirely reunited, but not with Vanessa, and not for long. Jolene (Carolyn Cave) and Doc (Rukiya Bernard) finally get back together, and Julius (Aleks Paunovic) is brought to Crooked Falls by a puzzled, scar-faced vampire who wants to know why this particular human won’t turn into a vampire when bitten. Young Callie turns up as well, having somehow acquired the ability to repair electronics.
Callie shows Jesse how to repair the radio, and this seems like a good thing, until she gives their co-ordinates to the first person she contacts. (The sound of a helicopter approaching at the end of the episode prompts Axel to exclaim “damned apocalypse!” Could this be the same helicopter that was used to kidnap Vanessa in episode 2.9? If so, it’s a good thing that Scarlett and The Boss have left on an excursion to prevent Dimitri from using the key to free The Elder. If Crooked Falls is captured, they won’t be. Continue reading →