13 items from 2014
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Monday’s episode of The Originals.
Elijah, how could you?!
On Monday night’s The Originals, Esther pulled back the curtain in the vampire’s mind to reveal that he had killed his beloved Tatia during his early days as a bloodsucker.
Meanwhile, Mikael almost offed Klaus with the white oak stake, but a bit of witch power via Davina and Kol saved Klaus from taking his last breath. However, he’s far from safe, given that both his parents want to destroy »
Some moms express their love with hugs. Others with words. And then there’s The Originals‘ Esther Mikaelson, who chooses to shower her children with whips and blood.
A new batch of photos from the CW drama’s Nov. 10 episode — the one right after Nina Dobrev’s guest appearance — find Elijah at his mother’s mercy (and by the looks of things, he does not like it rough).
So… What exactly does Esther have planned for her son?
“She needs to make a case for why being a vampire is the worst thing, »
There’s no telling what kind of chaotic nonsense will go down at Greer and Lord Castleroy’s wedding on Thursday’s Reign (The CW, 9/8c), but at least we can all count on one thing: Greer will make a beautiful bride.
Related Reign Video: Mary Finally Loses It, Lashes Out at Lola Over Francis
TVLine has an exclusive first look at Greer’s big day, which will proceed as scheduled, despite Leith’s best efforts. According to episode’s official description, he and Bash will stumble upon “a surprising secret about Castleroy that could destroy his union with Greer. »
This is not how Jane the Virgin wants to meet her father for the first time.
As seen in in TVLine’s exclusive sneak peek, on tonight’s episode of the CW freshman (airing at 9/8c), Xo is hoarding more than just shoes in her bedroom, which leads to mischief and panic when her daughter comes a-knocking.
Related The CW Grants Full-Season Orders to The Flash, Jane the Virgin
Even Abuela gets in on the antics by trying to keep Jane from walking in on her parents’ secret rendezvous.
Press Play to find out if Jane gets way more than »
Ok, not quite, but since you’ve made the effort to dress up as your favorite TV character and show up at our doorstep, we’ll fill your plastic pumpkin with Quotes of the Week, a collection of the sweetest zingers, retorts and one liners from the last seven days of TV!
This time around, we’ve got a double dose of The Originals and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a Gwyneth Paltrow moment of zen on Web Therapy, a medical request on The Vampire Diaries, a Sons of Anarchy malapropism, some daytime confusion on Marry Me and much much more. »
Along with all the cool Halloween season tie-ins we’ve been getting non-stop, and will no doubt continue to be bombarded with for the next week, some interesting TV casting news has crept in with regard to two shows on The… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Why TLC quickly ditched “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” Quick and decisive action was the only choice TLC had to make, says Josef Adalian, because it’s better to be safe than sorry. Plus, if the facts of the situation change, TLC could easily un-cancel the show. Still, “Honey Boo Boo’s” ratings have declined recently, and its loss won’t really hurt TLC. Mama June’s 20-year-old daughter Chickadee claims she was also victimized by the same child molester TMZ reports that Anna Cardwell, Aka Chickadee, who is married with a child, says she was also molested, at age 8, by the child molester whom Mama June is allegedly dating. Rainn Wilson drops the Vine star who was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend Vine star Curtis Lepore was announced earlier this week as starring in Wilson’s Vine-inspired scripted series “Hollywood and Vine.” Click Read Full Post For More Watch »
- Norman Weiss
Mary will first appear in Episode 11.
In addition to Everwood — on which she played Edna Harper from 2002 to 2006 — Mooney recently recurred on Scandal, playing Supreme Court Justice Verna Thornton. Her lengthy TV resumé also includes recurring roles on Arrested Development, »
The Atx Television Festival played host to an “Everwood” reunion on June 7, gathering creator Greg Berlanti, producer Jordan Levin, writer-producers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun, composer Blake Neely and cast members Gregory Smith, Stephanie Niznik, Tom Amandes, Vivien Cardone, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, John Beasley and Brenda Strong for a nostalgic Q&A. Fellow stars Emily VanCamp, Chris Pratt and Treat Williams were unable to make the panel, hosted at Austin’s State Theater, but VanCamp and Williams recorded video messages, while Pratt called in during the panel via FaceTime to thank fans for their support of the WB drama.
Although “Everwood” went off the air in 2006, the show was clearly still fresh in the minds of the cast and the assembled fans, and many tears were shed both on stage and in the audience as the actors recalled the four years they spent in Utah filming the series.
- Laura Prudom
This is what happens when you can't make it to a reunion.Neither Emily Vancamp or Chris Pratt could attend this weekend's big "Everwood" reunion at the Atx Television Fesitval, but that didn't stop the cast from talking about them behind their backs!Costars Gregory Smith, Tom Amandes, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, Stephanie Niznik, Vivien Cardone and John Beasley all got together in Austin on Saturday, along with show creator Greg Berlanti and writers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun -- see all the photos above!Photos: See the Atx Reunion for "Hey Dude" Too!Video: "Roswell" Cast Reunites Again!From shocking post-show transformations to hilarious tales of Pratt's hijinks on set, check out the 7 things you probably never knew about the beloved WB series.1.) Chris Pratt Screams Like a Little Girl A very adult Gregory Smith spoke about how he was surprised to see how international the series had become, »
- tooFab Staff
Most of the the cast, creator and writers of Everwood gathered at the Atx Television Festival on Saturday and we have three exclusive photos. The event was billed as the first-ever public reunion for 2002 drama series, which ran for four seasons on The WB (not counting last year’s informal gathering of a few actors at Emily Van Camp’s house). Scheduled to attend: Creator Greg Berlanti, writers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun, and cast Gregory Smith, Tom Amandes, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, Stephanie Niznik, Vivien Cardone and John Beasley, plus composer Blake Neely (Van Camp sent a video, and »
- James Hibberd
A review of tonight's "Parks and Recreation" coming up just as soon as I want a banana made of spiders... "Parks and Rec" didn't have to open this season with a perfect episode like "London," but it sure helped, given that the previous season had started to show signs of aging. Similarly, we didn't need a great episode our first time out after the departures of Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe — especially since Ann and Chris were pretty marginal before they left — but it felt very reassuring to return from the Olympic hiatus with such a fabulous installment like "Anniversaries." It's not an episode that does anything fancy: no trips to foreign countries, no last-minute wedding ceremonies, not even a Macklin/Snakehole adventure. It's just a half hour where the stories and jokes are firing on all cylinders, and where everything neatly connects to everything else. Leslie is busy with »
- Alan Sepinwall
"Scandal" is a show that lives and dies by the jaw drop. You know what we mean, those moments that leave you barely able to catch your breath, panting, hungry for more. But not all Omg moments are made equal.
As we try to ignore our Olivia Pope withdrawals (only one month until Season 3 returns, guys!), we've put together the definitive ranking of the 12 most totally insane moments on "Scandal" so far. Pop yourself some popcorn, pour a glass of red wine and get ready. Because here we go.
12. Cyrus is revealed to be behind Amanda Tanner's death
Oh, hey Season 1 twist. Look at you being cute and trying to shock with the reveal that President Grant's (Tony Goldwyn) chief of staff Cyrus Beene (Jeff Perry) was the man behind Amanda Tanner's (guest star Liza Weil) death. And, yeah, it was shocking -- for Season 1. But we've got people eating through their wrists now. »
13 items from 2014
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