Season 2 episode 4, titled, "Blood in the Streets," opens as 19-year-old Nick steps up, again. Swimming to shore at night, naked, with a plastic bag tied to his leg as wave's crash around him. Almost as if he's a Navy SEAL.
How come nobody goes out to sea in an AMC zombie apocalypse series? Season 2's premiere of Fear The Walking Dead, titled, "Monster," answers that. Enter Victor Strand's beautiful blue and white yacht named Abigail.
Bruce Springsteen Won't Sing In North Carolina. Here's A List Of Bands Scheduled To Play There This Summer. Who's Next?
More big-name musicians must step forward and say: "There's always more money, but I only have one name. And I won't have people shouting my name in states where there are citizens who have no rights."
“If the role doesn’t say ‘Pepe,’ you just don’t get the call.”
The opening nighttime scene captured brilliantly. Viewers are met first with an aerial view over L.A.'s tallest skyscraper, the U.S. Bank Tower. Gradually, the view levels out panoramic, still with no city lights -- an apocalypse.
"She's not sick. She's dead," says 19 year old Nick Clark as all watch the growling Mrs.Tran, formerly a friend of his family. "Why would you say that?" asks Travis Manawa, boyfriend of Nick's mother. "Because it's the truth," Nick replies softly.
Tonight on PBS, I'm joined by Rubén Blades. The 10-time Grammy winner, Harvard law school grad and former presidential candidate in Panama reflects on his varied career and talks about his new CD, Tangos.
The second edition of the Festival Internacional de Cine de Panama wrapped last week and for seven days offered Panamanians a taste of what is available cinematically besides Cruise and Cameron, Pirates and Potter.
Famosos como William Levy, Ruben Blades, Daniel Sarcos y más confiesan qué significa ser un hombre de verdad.