Stranger Things seemed to rule Halloween, and now it’s ruling the week with the news that Millie Bobby Brown is likely returning for season two. Read about it in today’s TV-Cap and see a trailer for season two of Fuller House, learn about Timeless scoring additional episodes, and more.
More Waffles! It seems like a given that Millie Bobby Brown will return as Eleven for season two of Stranger Things, but we all know that saying about assuming. Though Netflix hasn’t commented on the subject, TVLine reports sources are telling them Eleven will be part of the next season. Again, it’s not officially confirmed, but we’re hopeful! [TVLine]
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Casting Net. Marvel’s announced some more familiar faces for The Defenders: Elden Henson (as Foggy Nelson), Carrie-Anne Moss (as Jeri Hogarth), and Eka Darville (as Malcolm Ducasse) will all be in the Netflix series. Over at The CW, Arrow has cast Juliana Harkavy (best known as Alisha from The Walking Dead) as Star City detective Tina Boland. She’ll appear in the back half of season five. [IGN, CBR]
More Hours. NBC has granted Timeless some more time; the additional installments takes the series up to a 16-episode first season. It will run through the end of February, and then Taken will debut in its time slot. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Which Wells? Harrison Wells just keeps reappearing on The Flash. I’m completely on board with meeting different versions of the character because it means Tom Cavanagh stays on the show. Read what he has to say about developing the latest Wells here at Nerdist.
Kimmy’s Brother. Fuller House is coming back for a second season on Netflix, and they’ve released a trailer packed with everything you’d expect plus holiday celebrations and Kimmy Gibbler’s brother. New episodes will drop on December 9. [Deadline]
Twitter and Westworld. Westworld’s Shannon Woodward stopped by Fangirling, and while she was visiting Nerdist, she sat down with Alicia to discuss the HBO series. They talk about how Westworld and Twitter are alike, theories about the sci-fi drama, and more in the above video. [Nerdist]
Everyday Heroes. Remember Thunderbirds? In case you didn’t know, the series lives on in Amazon’s Thunderbirds Are Go. The Tracy brothers, a.k.a. International Rescue, saved people all over the world in season one, and they’ll continue to do so in season two. Watch the trailer showing off the CGI animation and live-action model sets above.
Fresh Moves. Perhaps you’ll recall when Aunt Viv showed off some dance skills in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? Ballet dancer Eric Lall does, and she re-created the character’s look and choreography for Halloween. She wins. [A.V. Club]
Which Wells on The Flash is your favorite Wells? Tell me in the comments.
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