Awards: The Contenders Last season of “Bloodline” ended on as taut a cliffhanger as ever, with all the Rayburns’ secrets on the verge of being exposed.
Desperate as ever to protect himself, Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz) ended up brutally murdering Detective Marco Diaz (Enrique Murciano), when he realized Marco had figured out that John (Kyle Chandler) had killed Danny (Ben Mendelsohn).
—Rory Ausiello: Only that A) he still slips oh-so-easily into the lair, and 2) he stands to be either friend or frenemy to Team Arrow as the Prometheus arc hits its climax.
You’re always a little bit off balance even if you think he’s on your side.” Question: Should we be worried about ‘s Joe surviving the season?
—Chris Ausiello: More pressing, you might worry about him surviving a sticky situation with girlfriend Cecile in the next episode, amid all the Killer Frost drama. –Allison Ausiello: Sorry to burst your bubble, Allison, but I’m hearing that Bell was merely visiting the set, rather than filming a guest spot (or even a cameo).
Ahead of Season 8’s Saviors/Scavengers-vs.-Alexandria/Hilltop/Kingdom war, AMC’s monster smash is casting two new recurring good guys: Dillon, a sexy, blue-collar twentysomething whose survival skills include sarcasm, and Abbud, an innately likable Muslim American whose nerves are, let’s say, jangled, because he’s flown solo for too long in zombieland.
Of the pair, the former is likelier to survive the looming conflict — not only does Dillon sound like a less jerky Spencer, but the casting notice for the roles hints that the actor chosen might get picked up for subsequent seasons. —Phyllis Ausiello: Series co-creator Adam Horowitz told Matt Mitovich that for reasons that are extremely spoilery, Gideon’s mom and pop will be “laying low” during the musical wedding episode, airing Sunday, May 7.