Forever – SEASON FINALE — “The Last Death of Henry Morgan” – Henry and Adam have been on a long, unrelenting collision course, which is about to come to a head – possibly bringing about one man’s death – with only Jo standing in the way. Henry and Jo’s murder investigation into a museum worker’s death centers on a priceless missing ancient dagger, which not only ended the life of Julius Caesar, but also killed Adam the first time. Meanwhile, Adam knows that there is something that Henry fears more than death – that Jo might discover his mystery. The two men tangle in a tumultuous game-changing confrontation. But at long last, will Jo finally learn about Henry’s secret? The Season Finale of “Forever” airs TUESDAY, MAY 5 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Apologies for the lack of updates lately, but I’ve been a little busy. However, with Forever on a small hiatus, I’m attempting to get caught up with Forever captures! In the meanwhile, view the promo for episode 18 below.
Thanks to Melanie Jo, the gallery has been updated with some lovely photoshoots of Ioan. Gallery link & previews are below, enjoy!
Playing it Cool is this generation’s ‘Swingers’ meets ‘500 Days of Summer’, a fresh and quirky story of a slight pretentious man, our ‘narrator’ (Evans), who falls for an unlikely girl, ‘her’ (Monaghan), and will stop at nothing to get her even after realizing she is already in a relationship. Like a young ‘Walter Mitty’, it tells the story of a quarter-life crisis amidst figuring out who you are and what your destiny holds.
Playing it Cool is available on VOD on March 2nd 2015 and also features in the cast Anthony Mackie (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Topher Grace (Spider-Man 3), Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four), Patrick Warburton (Ted), Luke Wilson (Old School) and Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical) as herself.
Captures from previous episodes to be added shortly!
“The King of Columbus Circle” – What appears to be the dead body of an ordinary old man, turns out to be of royal lineage with an unusual connection to Henry. A familiar scar and radioactive poison point Henry and Jo to the man being an assassinated king in exile. Moreover, a half century earlier, Henry remembers performing an emergency, life-saving operation on a boy while on his honeymoon with Abigail. The boy turned out to be a prince of a tiny crumbling kingdom. Life came full circle as the boy grew up to be a king — and now, the murder victim lying in Henry’s morgue. The mystery deepens when other members of this royal family are poisoned and it is revealed that the king has an heir. Meanwhile, Abe continues to investigate his roots and discovers something amazing about his bloodline, on “Forever,” TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
“Hitler on the Half Shell” – Is Karl Haas a hero or a traitor and thief? When he ends up in the morgue, it starts an explosive chain of events with Henry and Jo racing to track — not just a murderer — but to solve a decades old notorious art crime. Karl’s son, Erik, who is an art dealer, inherited from his father priceless works of art stolen by the Nazi’s during World War II. Meanwhile, Adam pays an unsuspecting Abe a furtive visit, and Henry’s paternal instincts force a face-off with his nemesis. Flashbacks take Henry to 1814 where he is shocked to learn that his own father’s shipping company was involved in illegal and immoral practices. Finally, Abe receives a priceless gift, on “Forever,” TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
“Forever” stars Ioan Gruffudd as Henry, Judd Hirsch as Abe, Alana De La Garza as Detective Jo Martinez, Lorraine Toussaint as Lt. Joanne Reece, Donnie Keshawarz as Detective Hanson and Joel David Moore as Lucas.
Guest starring are Burn Gorman (“Game of Thrones”) as Adam, Patrick Woodall as Erik, Harris Yulin as Eli, and Daniel Gerroll as Robert.
“Hitler on the Half Shell” is written by Sarah Nicole Jones and directed by David Warren.
I’ve updated the gallery with scans from Ioan’s gorgeously handsome spread in Bello magazine at the end of last year, courtesy of the official website — where you can also read the interview! — as well as an outtake. Gallery links & previews are below, enjoy!