Did you see that crazy ending of The Mentalist last night?!
We were promised by series creator, Bruno Heller, that the identity of Red John would be revealed in the first half of season 6 of the show. We were also promised that the season premiere would be a corker…and boy it was.
I’m in two minds about this one. Obviously sadness is the primary emotion, but I’m looking forward to seeing how they honour Cory and his character, Finn Hudson.
I imagine this episode is going to be beautifully haunting. I don’t doubt they’ll do a great job of the tribute, especially seeing as Lea Michele has assisted with the direction of the episode. My admiration for that woman keeps on moving up.
Seeing Cory/Finn’s photo in black & white really hurts, I for one cannot get over it. A reason I’m dreading it is because after this there is nothing more. We will ALWAYS remember him, for his good spirit, kindness, positive attitude and general goofy character…but people will be trying to move on with their lives whilst always holding Cory close to their heart and it’s the moving on that’s the hardest part. It doesn’t feel real at all. It doesn’t feel like we should be mourning the loss of a 31-year old actor who still had so much to give to this world, both artistically and through the way he would inspire so many.
RIP Cory Monteith. I hope this tribute is as a beautiful as the man you turned out to be ❤
CBS ratings-puller, The Big Bang Theory returned to our TV screens tonight with its season seven premiere ‘The Hofstadter Insufficiency’. However, we weren’t just treated to one episode featuring Sheldon Cooper & co., but TWO episodes!
Last time we saw the gang was the season six finale when Leonard traded Pasadena for a once in a lifetime opportunity working away at sea for the infamous Stephen Hawking. Raj seemed to be getting on well with new (girlfriend?) Lucy…until Raj’s socially awkward lady texts him saying she thinks it’s better they part ways. Something that may not surprise channel flickers, but did surprise loyal fans, was seeing Raj finally being able to talk to women without needing an ‘alcoholic beverage’ as Sheldon would say. It took six seasons but he got there in the end!
It’s that time of year again when Glee starts back. Premiering Thursday 26th September; Glee returns with a special Beatles two-parter. Myself along with many others are still mourning the loss of Cory Monteith who played our beloved quarterback, Finn Hudson. These first two episodes will serve as a light introduction to season 5, with episode 3, reportedly entitled ‘The Quarterback’ (both the position Finn played in the football team and the role he had within the Glee club) directly dealing with Cory/Finn’s death, acting as a tribute to the 31-year old. Rumours of songs appearing in the episode are surfacing on the net, but nothing is confirmed and doubt it will be. There’s no doubt about it, 5×03 will be a difficult episode to watch, but I imagine very moving.
For now; here are my favourite 5 songs from the Beatles tribute:
Courtesy of ET Online; we have a new PLL promo for all you little liars fan’s. With just over a month until ‘Grave New World’ airs October 22nd on ABCFamily. Straight after that, we get the world premiere of sister show ‘Ravenswood’ which will see our beloved Caleb move there permanently!
Born 29th August 2013; actor Josh Duhamel and ‘The Black Eyed Peas’ lead singer, Fergie, welcomed their 7lb 10oz son in to the world. Fans of the two had been eagerly awaiting a picture of the couple’s son. Seeing as Josh is a fan of social media, posting frequently, most expected a picture of the new-born to surface soon after birth.
Teasing; Josh Duhamel posted this picture on his Facebook page on September 6th with this caption:
‘We’d like to introduce you to Axl Jack Duhamel, but you’re just going to have to settle for my adorable godson!!’
However, today (September 17th) the 40-year old actor finally posted a photo of the pair’s son on Facebook, to fan’s delight!
It goes without saying, that we all sincerely miss the 6ft 4’ Canadian who made it to fame by playing Finn Hudson in the FOX hit-musical, Glee.
Sadly, as you may know, Cory Monteith passed away in July. Despite the fact he didn’t film anymore Glee before his death as production for the fifth series was scheduled for late July; there is still some of Cory’s acting that we haven’t yet seen.