Fans of Supernatural have been bewitched by actress Ruth Connell’s performance as Rowena, mother to King of Hell Crowley (Mark Sheppard) since her first appearance in Season 10. Viewers were shocked and saddened by the grand witch of the Mega Coven’s demise at the hands of Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) in the Season 12 finale episode “All Along the Watchtower.” But as this is Supernatural, death isn’t always final. Rowena could pop up again in some form in Season 13.
Felicia Day makes it wonderful being a geek or a nerd!
When I was a teen in the 1980s, geek and nerd were bad four letter words. In high school, if you lived in “geekdom” and were a practicing nerd, you were sentenced to four years of social ridicule. The media happily mocked the geek and nerd in television and films. The geek and nerd were the high school underdogs dealing with mistreatment. Yet, visions of success swirled in their minds. Surely, they would have the opportunity to highlight their successes later at the high school reunion. Success…the true revenge of the nerds!
All’s fair in love and marriage…and playing Pyramid when Designated Survivor’s Italia Ricci competes against hubby ex- The Flash guest star Robbie Amell on $100,000 Pyramid airing June 25.
State of Slay is a new blog founded by actress Carrie Genzel to promote self-love.
Today is actor Robert Palmer Watkins’ birthday.
In a few days, The CW’s Reign will air its series finale. And in Season 4, the series upped its game determined to go out with a bang and not a whimper.
The saga of the royal kingdoms of England, France and Scotland with queens Elizabeth, Catherine and Mary known as The CW’s Reign is coming to a close with its series finale airing Friday, June 16.
Chrissy Metz has won viewers’ hearts playing Kate Pearson on NBC’s hit drama This Is Us. Although the Pearsons are a loving, supportive family, they’ve had their share of feuds. On June 11, Metz plays “the feud” on the Season 3 Premiere of Celebrity Family Feud.
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If you were a child in the 1970s or a teen in the early 1980s like me, you might not have envisioned a powerful tool called the Internet where endless information is available for immediate consumption or the fact that global audiences can connect so easily. I often wonder how much easier my college or law school days would have been if Google had been born when I was a student.
Whether or not viewers were fans of the British Men of Letters story line in Supernatural’s Season 12, there’s no denying that David Haydn-Jones who played Arthur Ketch was well received. He took a villainous character who was an adversary to Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) and made him into something more. Viewers were intrigued, we wanted to know what was behind the debonair British charm…what made Arthur Ketch tick? I know we all had questions. Sadly, we’ll never get all the answers.
The Nerdy Girl Express thanks David Haydn-Jones for being so kind and generous to allow us to share his thoughts on Ketch following the character’s demise at the hands of Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) in the preseason finale episode “Who We Are.” Read on to find out what David Haydn-Jones thought about Arthur Ketch, his feelings for Mary and more.