Will Lucious partner with Jago to take Empire to the next level? Find out in Wednesday night’s “Empire” season 2, episode 7 and check out our links to watch a free live stream online via FOX live streaming, where Broadway star Patrick Mulvey will guest star as Jago.
According to TVGuide.com, the official synopsis for “Empire” season 2, episode 7, titled “True Love Never” reads, “Lucious explores the possibility of partnering with Jago as he maps out a plan to turn Empire into a global music monolith; at the same time, Andre struggles to find a balance between his newfound values and demanding career. Elsewhere, Hakeem molds Laura into a star; and Cookie pushes to get Lyon Dynasty involved in a major televised charity concert.”
The episode airs Wednesday night, Nov. 11 at 9:00 p.m. on FOX. To watch “Empire” season 2, episode 7, you can click here in case you can’t make it to your TV. You can also watch a live free stream online of the episode tonight by clicking here or here .
And if those don’t work, you can catch “Empire” episode 7 via the Fox website , which posts the most recent episode of the season the day after it airs.
According to Futoncritic.com , another synopsis full of juicy spoiler details reads, “Lucious begins to strategize the ascension of Empire from record label into global music monolith, so he looks into starting a partnership with Jago (guest star Patrick Mulvey), the founder of a music streaming company. Meanwhile, Andre has to twist his newfound values to achieve a delicate balance between his faith and his career, Hakeem begins to work with Laura to turn her into a star and Cookie sets her sights on having Lyon Dynasty be a part of an epic televised charity music event in the all-new “True Love Never” episode of EMPIRE on Wednesday, Nov. 11.”
Meanwhile, in addition to Patrick Mulvey as Jago Locke, the guest cast includes Marisa Tomei as Mimi Whiteman, Kelly Rowland as Leah Walker, Adam Rodriguez as Laz Delgado, Bre-Z as Freda Gatz, Yanira Martin as Carmen, Raquel Castro as Marisol and Jamila Velazquez as Laura, AzMarie Livingston as Chicken, Tyler Ravelson as Tay-O, Victor Almanzar as Big Heavy, Sari Sanchez as Raquel Alvarez, Quincy Delight Jones, Jr. as Huey, Clarence Williams III as Huey Jarvis, Charles Malik Whitfield as Reverend L.C. Pryce, Tiesheko Houston as April, and Shannon Brown as Young Dwight Walker.