This year, man. This year. Aside from being the butt of everyone’s jokes, 2016 featured a plethora of TV- and movie-related hits and misses. Before the ball drops, Pop City Life’s Noelle and Nicola sat down to list some of the best, worst, and otherwise notable onscreen moments of 2016…
In January, Pop City Life embraced the “new year, new start” idea with a website revamp. Rose worked her design magic, and now there’s no more dark background or blue headers! The bulk of the remodel is done, but if you run into any bugs, don’t hesitate to let us know by leaving a comment, shooting an email to email@example.com, or contacting us via social media.
What do you do when you kill the hero, your boss, and King Richard’s bestie? How about when your weapons are made of chocolate? Set your DVRs. The epic battle between the three armies is fast approaching and we’re not ready.
Read on for our favorite moments from Galavant 2×07 and Galavant 2×08.
Luke Youngblood plays the role of Sid on ABC’s comedy extravaganza series Galavant. In my opinion, one of the best and funniest shows around with a talented cast and creators, Galavant is wrapping up its second season next week.
We got to chat with the series star about what initially attracted him to Galavant, working with Alan Menken, Glenn Slater and Dan Fogelman, last week’s killer cliffhanger leading us into the epic season finale, and whether or not he believes in Tad Cooper.
Read on for our exclusive interview with Luke Youngblood below:
Are you ready for some backstory? King Richard loves backstory. Galavant returns to pit the giants against the dwarves, deliver some amazing guest stars (Nick Frost, Sheridan Smith), and introduce us to Papa Galavant and Tad Cooper.
Read on for our best moments from Galavant 2×05 “Giants Vs. Dwarves” and Galavant 2×06 “About Last Knight.”
You too will be wondering why this is one of the most heavily censored and edited episodes ABC has given us. Spoiler alert: We will not be hearing the song “Your Mother is A Whore” tonight.