It’s a freakishly obvious typo on the home page of Yahoo! TV:
I wonder how this got past the editors.
Was this written by a sometime writer for Yahoo! TV?
If Courtney Love is an occasional actress, she’s a sometime thespian. She acts sometimes. The similar words are really different parts of speech: Sometimes is always an adverb; sometime is an adjective or adverb. So, if you’re modifying a noun, use sometime.
I just don’t see how this could make sense to anyone, except maybe the writer for Yahoo! TV:
Does this mean we’ll won’t see some characters only briefly? So we’ll see them for a long time? Huh?
Could it be that the poor muddled writer meant:
… there may be more characters we won’t see or we’ll see only briefly
… there may be more characters we’ll see only briefly or not at all
After reading this on Yahoo! TV you might ask yourself how facing an audience or camera could prevent singer Sia from becoming famous:
Does she wear a mask? No. Then what’s the explanation? It’s simple: The writer made a mistake. A big mistake. Sia doesn’t face the audience or camera, she turns her back to them.