Would You Watch One Of These 'Strike Back' Spin-Off Potentials?

10/6/2015 12:10pm EDT
'Strike Back' Spin-Offs That Would Be A Good Idea
The series finale of Strike Back is just days away, so what better time to talk about spin-offs? While we may not see Scott and Stonebridge for a while (thanks to Blindspot and The Player), the Cinemax series has given us over the years tons of memorable characters played by a remarkable cast of supporting and guest actors.

So if we could do anything we wanted (and ignore the fact that a lot of these characters are dead), here are five concepts for Strike Back spin-offs that we think would be worth tuning into. In no particular order:

Faber and Mason: Faber (Dustin Clare) and Mason (Leo G...

'The Voice': Coaches Find The Last Pieces For Their Teams

10/6/2015 9:15am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: The Final Eight Auditions
Season nine of The Voice only needed eight more singers, so on Monday night Adam Levine and company set about finding the last pieces for their teams. Who were the eight that finished up the Top 48? Read on to find out.

Dustin Christensen began the night with a soulful rendition of "Downtown Train," and all four coaches wanted him for their teams, making this the fourth of five episodes to start with a four-chair turn. Dustin chose Team Blake (possibly due to all the Blake heads on sticks that mysteriously found their way into the audience), but Adam would get his revenge...kind of.


How Did 'The Voice' Help Gwen Stefani’s Own Music Career?

10/5/2015 12:03pm EDT
'The Voice': Gwen Stefani Says Show 'Inspired' Her Music Career
Coaching on NBC's The Voice has reinvigorated Gwen Stefani's career. The "Hollaback Girl" singer told Starpulse during a recent press junket how her first year coaching on the show made her feel different about her own music, and why she decided to come back for this season.

"The experience is what inspired me," she said. "I think I was just so shocked, because I'd just had a baby and they just asked me to do the show and it was just a shock. Never in my life would I ever do something like this. It just didn't seem like my thing...It was a crazy move and I just think that sometimes, things...

NBC's 'Heroes Reborn' Has Some New Faces

10/3/2015 12:08pm EDT
Meet 'Heroes Reborn' Newcomer Toru Uchikado
NBC's Heroes Reborn is adding a lot of new faces to the Heroes universe, including Toru Uchikado. Toru plays the character Ren, who becomes connected to Miko Otomo as she begins her heroic story as Katana Girl. Starpulse caught up with him recently to talk about the show - and it being his first major acting role!

"It’s just great that I finally don’t have to tell my friends 'Don’t blink or you will miss me,'" the actor told us. "I moved to LA in 2011 and since then, I’ve worked everywhere. When I was taking acting classes and going to numerous auditions, I served tables, worked as a barte...

You Won’t See 'Impractical Jokers' Doing Stunts Like This On TV

10/3/2015 10:01am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Reveal Challenges You Won't See On TV
This week's Impractical Jokers wasn't your ordinary episode. "One Night Stand Up" was actually a broadcasting of the TruTV comedy foursome's live show from a recent evening in Torrington, CT in its entirety.

You see, when they're not embarrassing each other on national television, Joe, Murr, Q and Sal travel the country performing as the Tenderloins, which is the original moniker of their group. These live shows also give them the opportunity to talk about a number of things that wouldn't make it onto TV.

That means unleashing a slideshow that they called "Challenges You'll Never See On T...

What We Learned From 'The Player'

10/2/2015 8:46am EDT
What We Learned From 'The Player': Don't Jump Out Of A Perfectly
Airplanes are very useful for a lot of things. They can take you across the country or across the world in relatively short periods of time. They can be used to transport all kinds of goods. They can put out fires and drop humanitarian aid. Airplanes are meant to help you. So here's our lesson from this week's episode of The Player: Don't jump out of a perfectly good airplane.

In "Ante Up," Alex Kane (Philip Winchester) has to climb aboard a departing jet to stop former acquaintance Dominic McCall (Joseph Sikora) from getting away with a ton of priceless diamonds. He and McCall slug it out...

'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Are Almost Over

9/30/2015 9:18am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: Season 8 Blind Auditions Are Almost Over
After this week, there's only one more night of blind auditions for The Voice. So on Tuesday, coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams are busy taking their teams from 'sort of done' to 'mostly done,' after the slightly creepy black-and-white versions of past artists stopped popping up.

Darius Scott opens the show with his cover of "You Make Me Wanna..." and turns three chairs, those belonging to Adam, Gwen and Pharrell. Darius goes to Team Pharrell, basing it on his high school experience which includes a N*E*R*D* tattoo. Also known as the one tattoo Adam doe...

An Excited Hisham Tawfiq Talks 'The Blacklist'

9/29/2015 12:04pm EDT
Hisham Tawfiq On 'The Blacklist' Season 3: 'I'm Excited With Wha
When The Blacklist returns this week, it will have a new series regular; Hisham Tawfiq has been promoted to the main cast after two seasons recurring as Raymond Reddington's bodyguard and confidante, Dembe Zuma. Starpulse spoke to the actor earlier this month about the jump and how art is imitating life for this multi-faceted performer.

"I'm excited with what's going on. It looks pretty exciting," said Hisham, who has added something memorable to the series over the last two years despite the fact that he's playing a character who's the definition of the phrase 'strong, silent type.' Has i...

'The Voice' Blind Auditions Continue

9/29/2015 10:09am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: Season 8 Blind Auditions, Part 3
It's time for the second week of blind auditions on The Voice, and with our coaches already having filled at least a third of their teams, this is usually where things start to get dicey. Season 9 is no exception. And on top of that, we have the show's first-ever marriage proposal. No, we're not kidding.

Firstly, here's a shocker: the episode does not start with a four-chair audition. Morgan Frazier gets on the show with her cover of "I Want You To Want Me" (how appropriate for this moment, right?), and turns both Gwen and Blake. Morgan being a country artist, she takes her guitar and goes...

Recap: What We Learned From 'Blindspot'

9/29/2015 9:06am EDT
What We Learned From 'Blindspot': Bombs Are Bad (And So Are Hall
In this week's second episode of Blindspot, entitled "A Stray Howl," we also learned two lessons. As Jane and the FBI pursued a rogue former Air Force officer who was bent on using his drone expertise to get revenge on those who had wronged him, there were some hidden bits of advice about personal safety.

Number one: bombs are bad. Yes, this is stating the obvious, but in the world of Blindspot, apparently many things will blow up at a moment's notice. In last week's episode, a guy put a plastic explosive bomb on a subway train that Weller had to deal with, and would have blown up the Stat...