Zac Efron discusses taking on Ted Bundy in Joe Berlinger's latest Netflix film, and Jussie Smollett finds out that his Empire run has ended.
This week on Empire, Lucious has some competition in his quest to get Cookie back. But based on what takes place this episode, that’s the least of his troubles.
Alright people. We are back with season three of Empire and per usual, it is all over the place. Not as much as the beginning of season two, but there’s a lot going on and it’s choppy.
Jamal is out of the hospital on the season finale of Empire; somebody gets married, and Anika falls off the side of the building. Or maybe it’s Rhonda. We won’t know until the Fall premiere. Here’s how it all goes down.
This week on Empire, we finally meet Leah Walker, and this woman is something else, to say the least. By the end of the episode, we understand why Lucious Lyon kept her a secret all these years.
Empire is heating up with all kinds of drama and twists with "More Than Kin." Hakeem is still reeling from Anika's baby announcement. He and his crew turn up at a strip club and as far as Laura is concerned, blowing up his phone
Empire keeps the drama high with this week’s episode and gives us a shocker if there ever was one with "Time Shall Unfold."
This week, Empire opens up with a memorial service at the headquarters for Camilla. By the way, it’s ONLY for Camilla, and there is no mention of Mimi at all. Hakeem says some kind words but Cookie is glad the woman is gone.
This week on Empire, Cookie gets what she wants, thanks to her youngest son, and Jamal tries to be a better gay. Camilla is finally out of the picture and here is how things go down.
We are back with Empire and it's not half bad. In fact, it almost recaptures what made people love it in the first place. It looks like that four-month long break was what it needed to get some of its groove back.