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Diane Desmond caused a heap of trouble for Vincent Savino on "Vegas" last week. As you'll soon see, though, what happened in the previous episode may just be the tip of the iceberg.
In this clip from Tuesday's (Dec. 18) episode, "Estinto" -- which you can see exclusively on Zap2it -- D.A. Reynolds (Michael Reilly Burke) tips off Vincent (Michael Chiklis) that Diane (guest star Ivana Milicevic) may be an FBI informant. How else, Reynolds wonders, could she have gotten drug charges against her to go away?
Needless to say, Vincent is less than excited to hear the news. "What do you think she's doing in Vegas?" he asks. "Do the math," Reynolds replies. "She's here to get info -- take you down."
Incidentally, "estinto" is an Italian word that means "extinguished." It's usually used in music, meaning to play very, very quietly, but considering the context of this clip, »
If last week's episode of The Vampire Diaries was about Elena (Nina Dobrev) controlling her grief, this week focused on another powerful emotion: rage. Elena's transition from human to vampire has already been difficult and this episode adds another layer to her struggle with Rebekah (Claire Holt) acting as prime antagonist. Damon (Ian Somerholder) is off on a vampire hunter mission and gets help from an unlikely source that hints at a fun pairing.
So Elena thinks that it is a good idea to go back to school and while I can see her logic, it might not be the best environment for her; first there are memories of Alaric (Matt Davis) everywhere, second of all Rebekah is there and knows how to push all of Elena's buttons. Stefan (Paul Wesley) observes that all Rebekah is trying to do is "hate harder" and it's working as all Elena can think about is killing Rebekah. »
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Here we are, back again for an all-new season of The Vampire Diaries. Over a series of flashbacks, Stefan, Damon, Elena, Bonnie, Klaus and Jeremy fill us in on the history of Mystic Falls and its centuries as a haven for supernatural creatures, along with events from last season culminating in the tragic death of Alaric, Klaus's staking and Rebekah forcing Matt to drive off Wickery Bridge where Elena is left to drown. Elena has the last word: “And then there's me. I'm human. At least I was.” She opens her eyes with a gasp on a table in the morgue.
Now that is how you do a voiceover recap, Amy Pond.
Elena jolts awake in her room the next morning to find Stefan and Damon watching over her. Stefan explains about the accident and assures her that Matt is fine. She begins, “How did you...” and Damon, who's kept »
It's been a long summer since the big twist in The Vampire Diaries season three finale, but we are back in Mystic Falls to see the huge impact that this event has had. As expected there are some furrowed brows and the big theme of this premiere is choice; the choice Stefan (Paul Wesley) made when he saved Matt (Zach Roerig) first and the choice that Elena (Nina Dobrev) has to make between survival and death. Did the season premiere match up to the dramatic season finale?
Returning episodes are often table setters; they have to remind us what happened at the end of the previous year as well as propel the story forward. Killing Elena with vampire blood in her system is an incredibly bold move and while I think the process of her transition was handled well, it didn't have the wow factor that I have come to expect from this show. »
- emma fraser
This week’s episode of Vegas, “Money Plays” took a closer look at the fact that the show is about a changing city just as much as it is about cowboys and mobsters. It’s clear that Sheriff Ralph Lamb is no fan of the changes he can feel coming, as the city begins to morph from desert ranches to the Las Vegas we know today, complete with corruption.
The episode picks up about a week after the pilot. Ralph Lamb is now a full-fledged sheriff, yet being the honorable man that he is, still insists to pay for his breakfast at a local diner, and Savino is knee-deep in trying to clean up The Savoy, promptly kicking out any of his employees who knew about Bob Perrin’s skimming from the casino. And Perrin – well, Perrin is in the midst of trying to bargain out of the death sentence »
- Shelli W
The evidence is in, and it sure looks like someone on The Vampire Diaries is about to bite it.
The following pictures from the CW thriller’s second Season 4 episode, titled —hello! — “Memorial,” show the gang attending a very solemn-looking church service.
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Now, couple that with this ominous little snippet from the official description for the Oct. 11 premiere (The CW, 8/7c): “Pastor Young (guest star Michael Reilly Burke) and the Town Council members begin rounding up the vampires and their supporters, leading to an unexpected tragedy.”
Of course, »
- Vlada Gelman
A terrible price paid. Unfortunate consequences for Matt. And an unexpected tragedy.
What can you expect to go down on October 11? Well...
Elena awakens on the morning after the accident to find the thing she dreaded most has come true – she died with vampire blood in her system and now must go through the terrible transition to become a vampire…or face certain death.
Stefan promises Elena that he and Bonnie will exhaust every possible way out of the situation, but Damon is furious with his brother for letting Elena die in the first place. Bonnie pays a terrible price for her attempt to change Elena’s fate, while Damon takes out his frustration and rage on Matt.
In a rare moment of empathy, »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Terra Nova’s Jason O’Mara Lands CBS Drama Pilot
Terra Nova’s Jason O’Mara has been purposefully seeking out a new job ever since Fox decided to cancel the incredibly expensive show and entered into negotiations with Netflix in hopes of it finding a new a home with the video streaming service, which is looking bleaker by the minute. His search, and subsequent hiring, does not bode well for the show. If its leading man doesn’t have faith in it, why should anyone else?
Jason O’Mara signed on to co-star in CBS’s untitled Ralph Lamb drama pilot, according to Deadline. Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis, and Carrie-Anne Moss are also starring. This pilot would be in second position just in case Terra Nova was miraculously saved by Netflix. The pilot is set in the 1960s and will follow the real-life story of Ralph Lamb (Quaid), a »
- Brody Gibson
The drama takes place in the 60's and follows the true story of Ralph Lamb, a rodeo cowboy turned longtime Sheriff of Las Vegas, as well as Johnny Savino, a Chicago mob fixer whose entrepreneurial vision for transforming Las Vegas collides with the law-and-order mandate of Sheriff Lamb.
Michael Reilly Burke will play A.D.A. Katherine O'Connel's (Carrie-Anne Moss) boss, D.A. Reynolds, an alpha prosecutor with a burning ambition for power, with Michael O'Neill playing Vegas Mayor Bennett, a man with a vision. James Russo plays Big Tuna, an old-world gangster who runs Vegas for his Chicago bosses. »
Exclusive: CBS‘ untitled Ralph Lamb drama pilot has added another prominent member to its all-star cast. Terra Nova star Jason O’Mara has been tapped to co-star in the project, joining Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis and Carrie-Anne Moss. For O’Mara, the pilot is in second position to prehistoric drama Terra Nova, which is still alive as talks between series producer 20th Century Fox TV and Netflix about a second season continue. O’Mara has fielded multiple pilot offers since Fox cancelled Terra Nova two weeks ago. Set in the 1960s, the untitled Ralph Lamb project, written by Goodfellas writer Nicholas Pileggi and Greg Walker and directed by James Mangold, chronicles the true story of Ralph Lamb (Quaid) – rodeo cowboy turned longtime Sheriff of Las Vegas – and Johnny Savino (Chiklis), a Chicago mob fixer whose entrepreneurial vision for transforming Las Vegas collides with the law-and-order mandate of Sheriff Lamb. O »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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