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"Trapped" wasn't one of the better episodes of the season, but we did learn something big about Vincent's time in Afghanistan. Trying to save her when she was murdered wasn't the first time he came to her defense.
Evan did wonder what Cat saw in the tunnel! I'm so glad they didn't just let that issue ride. He's far to smart for that. Was it wrong that I felt bad Cat used him for J.T. to get into his office to Evan's equipment to make the serum? Because I did. Evan is a really good guy and I don't like to see him used, even when it's for a good purpose.
After what happened to him and given his scientific nature, it's entirely possible he might be interested in what Vincent is, not turn him in and even offer his services to help figure out what to do with him. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Carissa Pavlica)
New details from 'Teen Wolf's' third season premiere reveal dark times ahead for Isaac. If you love Teen Wolf's new howler Isaac (Daniel Sharman) as much as I do, I've got some news you might not want to hear: Isaac's in on the brink of death in the first scene of season three! MTV posted the first page of the premiere script today, revealing a horrific scene between Isaac and a mysterious new girl who saves his life — using jumper cables. According to the script, Isaac is found lying unconscious — and super bloody — in a garage by an unnamed girl, who literally jolts him back to life. Isaac has a puncture wound on his neck, which the girl explains "they" use to steal memories. Who's "they?" And which of Isaac's memories are "they" interested in? We've still got lots of time before season three starts (sometime in 2013), so read the scene here, »
- Andy Swift
The 'Teen Wolf' & 'Secret Circle' stars collide in this new coming-of-age movie. Watch & love. How much cuteness can one romantic indie comedy hold? We'll find out when The First Time — starring Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien, The Secret Circle's Britt Robertson and Victorious' Victoria Justice — hits theaters later this month. When the movie begins, Dave (Dylan) is pining over his dream girl Jane (Victoria), but after meeting Aubrey (Britt), Dave will reevaluate where his heart truly lies. Not only am I psyched to see Britt in action again, following the tragic cancelation of The Secret Circle, but I'm also stoked that Dylan is finally playing a character who gets the girl! (Oh, Lydia, will you ever come around?) For all you teen TV junkies out there, The First Time also features Lamarcus Tinker (One Tree Hill) and Matthew Fahey (Awkward) Watch the full theatrical trailer for »
- Andy Swift
[gallery] Browse our gallery of the dearly departed & vote for the ones you'll miss the most this season! (Huge spoiler alerts, obviously.) As we brace ourselves for the fall 2012 TV season, HollywoodLife.com is taking a look back at some of the beloved characters we lost over the past year from shows like The Vampire Diaries, Grey's Anatomy and Once Upon A Time. In case you don't remember how some of these ghostly faces became so ghostly, here's a breakdown of all 20 characters, most with recaps of their final episodes. Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) on The CW's The Vampire Diaries — Recap of Elena's death Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) on ABC's Grey's Anatomy — Recap of Mark's death Opie (Ryan Hurst) on FX's Sons of Anarchy — Recap of Opie's death Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) on HBO's True Blood — Recap of Bill's death Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh) on ABC's Grey's Anatomy — Recap of Lexie's »
- Andy Swift
The CW has unveiled a trailer for the upcoming fourth season of The Vampire Diaries. The promo includes Elena asking Damon and Stefan if she is dead, and Bonnie wanting to go to the 'Other Side' in order to bring her back to life. Sheriff Forbes is also seen dealing with a disgruntled Council member. Star Bianca Lawson recently stated that The Vampire Diaries (more) »
- By Tom Eames
The Vampire Diaries actress Bianca Lawson has claimed that the show is completely different to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Lawson plays Emily Bennett on The CW's vampire series and also appeared as Kendra in three Buffy episodes between 1997 and 1998. "Tonally, they feel like such different shows to me," the 33-year-old told myFanbase. "The Vampire Diaries feels a little more serious, whereas Buffy was more humorous and tongue-in-cheek, I think." (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
New Teen Wolf season 3 mysterious spoilers & more revealed by Bianca Lawson. Recently, Hollywood Life got a chance to chat it up with Teen Wolf,Ms. Morrell,star Bianca Lawson,and she dropped some new possible,mysterious,teaser spoilers for season 3,and more. It looks like her character may get to start kicking some ass next season. Bianca told them that she hopes that her character will get more active,but hasn't read the season 3 script yet. However, they definitely left it open for her character to get more brutal. After that, she said, "the Alphas are coming. Ms. Morrell and the vet are on their way to investigate something, something mysterious and cryptic we’ll one day find out about." Next, she revealed that she doesn't actually know what her character's relationship is with the vet guy,stating, "I don’t know if he’s her relative or just a co-worker or whatever. »
Plus, we meet a second member of Mona's 'A' team -- and it's so Not who you thought it would be! Pretty Little Liars creator Marlene King told me the Aug. 28 summer finale was her "all-time favorite episode" -- and after watching it, I have to agree. Not only did we finally get "justice for Maya," as promised, but a character fans have loved since the series premiere was revealed to have "a" very dark side. But let's not beat around the bush here: It turns out Nate wasn't actually Maya's cousin, but rather the stalker she mentioned having at Tru North! (Quite a few fans predicted this already, but hey, isn't it kind of rewarding when your predictions come true?) He forced Emily (Shay Mitchell) to watch one last video from Maya — just as Bianca Lawson foretold in my interview — then revealed he had Paige (Lindsey Shaw) tied up in his closet! »
- Andy Swift
Plus, Bianca explains why she hasn't joined Twitter yet. (Fans, she knows you want it!) Bianca Lawson may be six feet under on Pretty Little Liars, but she's alive and kicking on Teen Wolf — with an emphasis on the "kicking" part. Her character, guidance counselor Ms. Morrell, was revealed to have a much more bad-ass agenda on the second season finale, and Bianca tells HollywoodLife.com it's only going to get more bad ass from here. Read on for my interview with Bianca: Just when I think you can't be on any more of my favorite shows, you go and join Teen Wolf. That's a really good one! [Executive producer] Jeff Davis is amazing. I'm so excited about that one. And just like on Pll, we're getting little nuggets about your character as the season goes on. Exactly! It's all super-mysterious. It's so funny, because on the episode where I'm sitting in »
- Andy Swift
Bianca gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on her character's killer, her thoughts on Emily & Paige, and the one Maya video we haven't seen — yet! Emayans will finally get some justice when Maya's killer is revealed on the Aug. 28 summer finale of Pretty Little Liars, so I decided to bust out my Ouija board and have a little chat with the dearly departed herself. Even though Bianca Lawson said she's being kept in the dark just as much as we are, she was able to shed some light on a few of Rosewood's most closely guarded secrets. And here's some more good news: We haven't seen the last of her! . Read on for my full interview with Bianca: The last time we talked, Maya was alive — and now she's not. I feel like a lot of your TV characters die, or in some cases, start off already dead. I know, right? »
- Andy Swift
Pretty Little Liars is nearing its summer finale when one of 12 possible people will make the ultimate betrayal.
Although at the end of last season, it was finally revealed that Mona (Janel Parrish) was "A," there are still plenty of mysteries to be solved. First, there's the new person calling themselves "A" who continuously torments Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchel), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Hanna (Ashley Benson). Then there are the unsolved murders of Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Maya (Bianca Lawson).
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- Robyn Ross
Plus, five other mind-blowers from the Aug. 14 episode of 'Pretty Little Liars.' I know every episode of Pretty Little Liars is a parade of revelations and other-such discoveries, but this week's episode was relentless in its shockery. For example: Did you know Garrett (Yani Gellman) wasn't the last person to see Maya (Bianca Lawson) alive? Or that Emily (Shay Mitchell) might be bisexual? Or that Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty) is on the football team? Those all came as equal, fantastic surprises to me. Here's a breakdown of the evening's many reveals. (Try not to squee out loud): 1. "Hen" (or "Wranna," or whatever) is happening: Though Hanna (Ashley Benson) originally dissed and dismissed Dr. Wren's (Julian Morris) charming British advancements, an injury she sustained at the Kahns' cabin — she got stabbed in the leg and it was crazy — drew them together again. Wren came to her house, worked some »
- Andy Swift
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Previously on Pretty Little Liars, Caleb hacked into Maya's website page, and the Liars, sans Emily, sat around eating popcorn and Red Vines and watching Maya's personal videos like a couple of Garrett Reynoldses. Ezbian's magnificent mother wafted onto the scene, insulted Aria in every possible way, and offered her literal cash money to set their little chipmunk free. Toby made every face he could think of, and then skipped town to practice making more faces. Hanna petitioned the Wizengamot of Radley Institute not to send Mona to the Gotham Penitentiary. So shocked was she by her success that she smashed her face into Dr. Wren's face for some celebratory snogging. And Emily finally gave herself over to the dazzling cataclysm that is Paige McCullers.
Rear Window Brew. Spencer Hastings is consumed by hysteria. Not the normal »
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Previously on Pretty Little Liars, Mona Vanderwall exceeded every expectation leveled at her by God and men by dusting off a three-year-old Mean Girls code and communicating to the Liars that Maya made a deathbed website for the purpose of Instagram-ing her adventures in being murdered. Ezra walked into a bank and asked for a million dollars cash and the teller just handed it over due to his face. Spencer rescued Jason from a drunk driving crash, but left her car at the scene of the crime, a brass-balled move that made Detective Snape spit and Toby's eyes bug out of his head. Hanna came under scrutiny for having blood. And Emily accidentally roofied Paige.
The Liars have called a meeting at Emily's to try to break into Maya's website page some more, and Hanna is adamant that »
Plus, Emily learns more about 'that night' and the girls basically trade boyfriends for a week. I know I can't talk to the dead or anything, but I'm pretty sure Maya (Bianca Lawson) was rolling her in grave during the July 31 episode of Pretty Little Liars. Not only did Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) help the girls hack into her personal website, but Emily (Shay Mitchell) also spent the hour getting cozy with a certain red-headed ex-girlfriend. All together, I'd say it was not the best week for Rosewood's ageless ghost. Ok, let's start with the website: Much to Hanna's (Ashley Benson) dismay, Spencer (Troian Bellisario) enlisted Caleb's help to break into Maya's mysterious website — "Maya Space," as she so cleverly called it — and got a lot more than she bargained for. Seriously, I can't be the only person who saw major sparks flying between Spencer and Caleb during their little hacking adventure. »
- Andy Swift
Secrets are the main form of currency in Rosewood, which makes Pretty Little Liars creator Marlene King the richest woman in town. But I'm about to let you make like Scrooge McDuck and dive into a treasure trove of teasers she spilled to TheInsider.com!
From Ezria's rocky road to "A's" master plan, Marlene answered all my burning questions about season 3A, which wraps up on August 28 with a finale she calls Tk!
Video - Behind Lucy & Ashley's Bongo Shoot!
TheInsider.com: You had a lot of balls in the air coming in to season three given the Mona reveal and needing to introduce a new "A" -- how did you prioritize the storytelling?
Marlene King: We worked backwards -- I started thinking about what season three would be, and how we would recreate "A" before we gave up Mona as "A." Unless we had a plan in place for that, we couldn't »
It took me a hot minute, but I finally got my jaw off the floor after last night's beyond amazing episode of Teen Wolf. With only two episodes left it's no surprise the revelations are flying fast and furious, but you have to be marveled by the sheer volume of reveals worked into A Greater Conflict!
Alison not only embraced her hunter lineage and proved to be a worthy(ish) adversary for The Kanima, but Matt lost his scaly soldier (not to mention his life) when Grandpa Gerard drowned him, becoming the new Kani-master! Oh, and Scott's heart broke twice -- first when mom discovered his big secret, and later when it became clear how greatly Alison has already changed following the death of her mother.
Related - Teen Wolf Stars Preview The Finale
Suffice it to say, things are only going to get worse before they get better in Beacon Hills -- which, of course »
Teen Wolf 2.10 Review - Kanimas, Answers, and Gamechangers Galore!
Clap. Clap. Clap. Well done, Teen Wolf. Well freaking done.
Last night's Teen Wolf deserves applause, flowers, and a standing ovation for not only giving the fans the answers we have clamored for all season, but for also laying the foundation for the sh*tstorm to come. Now before I begin the indepth review, I must give Jeff Davis major props for a tight script that weaved all of his storylines into one cohesive, unforgettable hour of Teen Wolf yet. Plus, the episode echoed elements Buffy the Vampire Slayer's second season (I will get into how a bit later), but not to the point of complete plagiarism since The Vampire Diaries did something a little similar in their second season as well. With that said, there were a couple of quibbles I had with the episode, namely the sloppy assault on the police station, »
- Mark O. Estes
If there were an actor I could vacation in, Being John Malkovich-style, it very well might be Bianca Lawson. I mean, her resume reads like the Favorite TV Shows category on my Facebook page. My So-Called Life, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dawson's Creek, Nikita, The Vampire Diaries, American Horror Story, Pretty Little Liars and now, Teen Wolf.
Ms. Morell, Beacon High's guidance counselor, is the latest mysterious woman Bianca has brought to television over the last 15 years, and I caught up with her yesterday to talk all about her killer career, what's to come on Teen Wolf, the power of "Emaya" and whether the ageless star has actually located The Fountain of Youth!
TheInsider.com: What attracted you to Teen Wolf?
Bianca Lawson: I think it's a really great show. I love the supernatural aspect and the darkness. Morell's got a lot of layers and a great mystery about her that will slowly reveal. One of »
Devon Sawa has been elevated to a series regular on The CW’s Nikita. Sawa (Final Destination, Slackers and Idle Hands) had been recurring as Owen Elliot, a former Division “cleaner” on the show which is headed into its third season. In a similar fashion to Nikita (Maggie Q), Owen became attached and eventually fell in love with a civilian, Emily (Bianca Lawson) who was killed. Owen also killed Nikita’s fiancé, Daniel Monroe (Sebastien Roberts). Sawa’s casting follows recent feature roles in The Philly Kid with Wes Chatham and Neal McDonough and 388 Arletta Avenue opposite Nick Stahl. Sawa is repped by Gersh and Klwgn Entertainment. »
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