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'The Originals': Joseph Morgan surveys the fraught future of the Mikaelson family
1 hour ago
While you prep for the emotional turmoil of Tuesday's (March 11) epic episode of "The Originals," "Farewell to Storyville," you should probably fire up your Cwtv app, because star Joseph Morgan wants you to marathon the past two episodes.
He tells Zap2it that episodes 14, 15 and 16 "are sort of a chapter in themselves." Explains the star, "They're sort of a three-parter. If you had them all on DVD you'd watch them as a marathon. Sixteen should be called 'Family Business' because it's very much centered around Elijah, Klaus and Rebekah."
The episode will feature the surviving Mikaelson siblings finally getting in some much-needed group therapy. "It's them in one location thrashing out everything. Everything comes out -- all the secrets. Everything's out on the table and they realize we have to deal with this as a family now. Can we move forward? Can we forgive each other? Can we forget? »
'Salem': Iddo Goldberg would cast a spell for fast Amazon delivery (also world peace)
3 hours ago
Wgn America's spooky new series, "Salem," doesn't premiere until April. Since that's way too long to wait to get our fill of the series' supernatural take on the Salem witch trials, Zap2it decided to get you -- and the stars -- excited for the debut by subjecting them to our "Salem" Survey. (Check out Xander Berkeley's here and Tamzin Merchant's here.)
Up next is Iddo Goldberg, who plays Salem villager Isaac Walton on the new drama, premiering Sunday, April 20 at 10 p.m. Et/9 p.m. Ct. Read on to find out his current favorite album, whether he can name "Buffy the Vampire Slayer's" best friend, and why he couldn't have survived 1690s Salem.
Zap2it: Describe your character in 5 words.
Goldberg: Shamed, exiled, broken, angry, hopeful.
What three items would you take with you to a deserted island (or puritanical Salem)?
'Teen Mom 2' first look: Jenelle Evans, Nathan Griffith don't know why mother Barbara is suspicious of him
4 hours ago
Jenelle Evans is happy with the new guy in her life. So why doesn't her mother Barbara feel the same way about Nathan Griffith?
In this exclusive clip from Tuesday (March 11) night's all-new episode of "Teen Mom 2," Jenelle and Nathan wonder why Barbara is so "suspicious" of him when he's done nothing wrong so far. Jenelle even runs down her roster of exes, comparing Nathan to each one, and suggests that Nathan is just "too good to be true."
Watch the Zap2it exclusive clip below. "Teen Mom 2" airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. Et on MTV.
Terry Crews: 'I'm game' for Marvel's 'Luke Cage' Netflix series
10 hours ago
Crews' name has been circulated by fans for quite a while as a good idea for the role, but it was never actually happening at that point. Now, with the Netflix deal, Marvel is bringing a bunch of characters to life on the small screen.
Luckily for them, Crews is still interested. In an interview with Collider, he says the door is wide open for Marvel to walk through. "I never rule anything out," he says. "I'm game. There are no rules. What's up, Marvel? I'm right here, baby. I ain't goin' nowhere. You know where I live!"
Sounds like it's time for Marvel to make a phone call. »
'The Following' Season 2, episode 8: Why was the big twist revealed before 'The Messenger' aired?
10 hours ago
"The Following" has had an incredible first half of its sophomore run. The reveals have been shocking, the twists have been pulled off brilliantly and the stars have all brought their A-game (lookin' at you, Shawn Ashmore). When executive producer Kevin Williamson told us that the Fox serial killer thriller was a whole new show in Season 2, he wasn't lying. It truly has ironed out all the kinks for which Season 1 was criticized.
And as with all hot streaks, it had to come to an end sometime. On Monday (March 10) night's all-new episode, "The Messenger," the big twist was revealed that Joe's mentor in boarding school was his mentor, i.e. he taught him that killing was okay and all his techniques for removing eyeballs and fun things like that. And Joe wasn't even his first student ... or his last. Dr. Strauss (guest star Gregg Henry) was a killer mentor (no pun intended ... well, »
'Doctor Who': Is a major villain returning in Season 8?
10 hours ago
Warning: The following contains spoilers regarding a possible returning character in Season 8. Read at your own risk.
It all comes from Twitter, where an attendee at the Newcastle Film and Comic Con says he spoke to former Doctor Sylvester McCoy, and the actor revealed he knew who the new Master was. Naturally, as a Time Lord, the master can and does regenerate.
Another attendee says McCoy revealed the new Master will "be very scary," which is a good thing because he's a pretty terrifying being. Naturally, this isn't an official announcement and should be taken with a pinch of salt. McCoy could simply be having a little fun with the fans.
Would you be excited for the return of The Master? »
'WWE Raw' March 10 recap: Daniel Bryan in the 'Wrestlemania' main event?
12 hours ago
Previously on: It's "Wrestlemania" season, and all eyes are on the upcoming "granddaddy of them all" in New Orleans. Still, Daniel Bryan continued going after Triple H, while the crowd hated the planned main event of Batista vs. Triple H.
The big news: Bryan may be going to the main event, after all. He hijacked "WWE Raw," along with nearly 100 supporters who flooded the ring and ringside area, demanding a match with Triple H.
Security couldn't clear the ring, and The Authority attempting to start a match did nothing. In the end, Triple H was forced to give in, after a lot of ugly yelling from Stephanie McMahon, including yelling over and over that she "owns" Bryan.
Just like that, »
'Star-Crossed' Season 1, episode 4 recap: 'And Left No Friendly Drop'
12 hours ago
Okay, so, a lot of stuff went down during the fourth episode of "Star-Crossed," "And Left No Friendly Drop." But none of it was as amazing as the moment when Teri realized some blonde b**** from the opposing school purposefully poisoned Sophia, calmly took her earrings off and headbutted that witch to the ground. That's what happens when you mess with an Atrian!
Then, after Sophia was saved by Emery's quick thinking (and a stab from an epi pen), we bore witness the greatest melee ever involving high school students in speedos punching the crap out of each other. Best move: When Drake started to pull a dude from the opposing team out of the pool, then punched him back down. Take that! (Also, here was an awww-worthy moment: Eric and Drake glanced at each other mid-fight, then didn't punch each other. That's called progress, people!)
There was that other »
'Believe' series premiere: Did Alfonso Cuaron's series convert you?
12 hours ago
Among the biggest selling points of the "Believe" series premiere is that the episode was directed by Alfonso Cuaron, who just won an Oscar for "Gravity" and has also helmed "Children of Men," "Y Tu Mama Tambien" and arguably the best of the Harry Potter movies, "Prisoner of Azkaban."
And, indeed, the "Believe" pilot is beautifully directed. The tense opening sequence showcases masterful camera work, and there are several other visually arresting moments throughout the first hour, along with a pace that propels you past some of the shakier elements of the show.
Therein lies the problem with "Believe": There are pieces of the show that are underdeveloped or just plain don't work very well in the pilot (which Cuaron also co-wrote), which to some extent Cuaron's gifts as a director help cover. But though he'll probably retain some level of involvement with the show, he won't be directing any other episodes. »
'Teen Wolf' Season 3, episode 22: Can 'De-Void' save Stiles from the nogitsune?
12 hours ago
"Teen Wolf" really likes to mess with its viewers. In the Season 3 episode, "De-Void," flies make everybody fight, the nogitsune seems ready to win, Scott and Allison are kissing again ... And then it seems to all get better with one howl.
Is it true? Has Stiles been saved? If he has, then what is going to happen in the final two episodes of the season?
Don't shoot Stiles!
"De-Void" picks up right where the previous episode left off. Sheriff Stilinski confronts Evil Stiles in Derek's loft and asks the boy to put on handcuffs. This turns out to be singularly ineffective, since the nogitsune version of Stiles is super-strong. He's also cool with high-voltage electricity and guns pointed at his head.
The only things that can stop Evil Stiles are the Oni -- and he can count on the Sheriff, Argent, Derek and Allison to take care of that problem. »
Andi Dorfman is the next 'Bachelorette'
12 hours ago
As part of "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" special on ABC Monday (March 10), it was announced that Andi Dorfman is the next "Bachelorette." Just what do we know about this girl?
She's a 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, though she said on "The Bachelor" that she doesn't like to read, which is kind of funny.
Andi also quit Juan Pablo's "Bachelor" season after the fantasy suite date, when she realizes that Juan Pablo didn't really know anything about her and only wanted to talk about himself. Interestingly, she then got upset that Juan Pablo wasn't more upset that she wanted to quit, which is where Andi kind of lost us. We were hoping Sharleen would be the next "Bachelorette."
But it's going to be Andi. Her season starts taping later this week in Los Angeles and then it will debut presumably in late May, if it follows the normal pattern. »
'The Bachelor' reunion: Chris Harrison won't accept that Nikki and Juan Pablo are doing Ok if he won't say 'I love you'
13 hours ago
We kick things off for "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" with Chris Harrison saying that the "I like you a lot" part of Juan Pablo's non-proposal to Nikki got quite the audience reaction. Um, what's wrong with that?
Honestly, all the crappy Juan Pablo stuff aside, what is wrong with saying that? Why does this show have to end with a proposal? Why do we act like after seven weeks couples are going to be madly in love season after season? If Juan Pablo hadn't been such a cad, the ending of this season would have been awesome. It was refreshing to see, at least.
Clare's Hot Seat
Clare is still hurt about what happened and she still won't repeat what Juan Pablo said to her in the helicopter (though she kind of said it during the finale). This is where Clare loses a little -- she »
'Archer Vice' - 'Smugglers' Blues' GIFs and best lines: The 'Gang Who Couldn't Sell Coke Straight'
13 hours ago
On the latest "Archer Vice" episode, Archer, Ray and Cyril took off for Colombia to look for distributors for their product -- which, conveniently for the drug lords, is already in the U.S., so no smuggling needed!
Of course, it turns out La Madrina, the big-wig drug cartel head whom Archer is there to see, is actually an undercover member of the Policia Nacional de Colombia. To preserve her cover, she's ending Archer and his boys to prison. Ruh roh.
Malory: "Wait until you're waist-deep in dirty diapers, or he's up with the croup and there's no bourbon in the house. Then fast-forward to him knocking up the au pair, flunking out of college and then single-handedly bankrupting your drug cartel."
Pam: "Wait, 'college'?"
Lana: "Don't you have a tractor pull to headline?"
Pam: "You think if I had 100 pounds of coke I'd be sitting here playing choo-choo spoon with a tranny? »
'The Voice' Season 6, episode 5: The final week of blind auditions begins and the coaches are growing picky
13 hours ago
Well, "Voice" fans, its the last week of blind auditions for Season 6 and, as open spaces on each team begin to dwindle, it'll prove awfully hard to earn a spot on either Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher or Shakira's team. So who made it through on Monday (March 10)? Let's get to it.
First up is Kat Perkins, a former country singer-turned-rocker whose band opened for Bon Jovi before she divorced her drummer husband. After disbanding, she became a nanny, but is ready to go back to what she knows she was born to do. She takes the stage with Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman" and she really sounds incredible. It's a bit startling that no one jumps to turn for her, but finally Adam and Shakira make their move, followed by Usher after that massive bridge. In the end, however, she goes with Adam because of how determined »
'The Bachelor' finale: Nikki Ferrell or Clare Crawley, who does Juan Pablo choose?
14 hours ago
Time to find out which lucky lady will "win" this season of "The Bachelor." But really, no matter who wins, don't we all lose? This was a terrible season of the show, you guys. We actually can't wait to move on to "The Bachelorette" as a palate cleanser.
Related: "Bachelor/ette" heroes and villains
Clare's Family Time
Juan Pablo's family is on hand to meet the finalists and Clare is up first. She's totally smitten by seeing Jp with his daughter, which is actually understandable. Say what you will about Jp (and you can say a lot) but he is pretty adorable when he's with Camila.
Clare's overall experience is kind of weird, though. She has this conversation with Jp's mom where Clare's all, "Juan Pablo and I are great at communicating and I love how Jp tells it like itis" and his mom is like, »
'Dallas' Season 3, episode 3: Many Ewings do much 'Playing Chicken'
14 hours ago
The scheming is reaching a fever pitch at and around Southfork Ranch.
Bountiful proof was supplied by Monday's (March 10) episode of TNT's "Dallas," "Playing Chicken." After their meeting at which Harris Ryland (Mitch Pileggi) was revealed to be working secretly with the CIA, Ann (Brenda Strong) told Bobby (Patrick Duffy) she feared for Emma's (Emma Bell) safety. He promised that the women would "always be safe on Southfork. You can count on that."
Others might not be, though: Greed-accusing graffiti indicated an uprising by workers on the ranch over the planned fracking of the land by John Ross (Josh Henderson), who was drawn into a fight by foreman Bo (Donny Boaz). Bobby broke it up by declaring, "Southfork is a cattle ranch, not an oil field, and I intend to keep it that way. Nobody is losing their jobs."
'How I Met Your Mother' Season 9, episode 20 - 'Daisy': Something good happens after 2 a.m.
14 hours ago
After the very bad thing implied on "How I Met Your Mother" last week, Monday's (March 10) episode, "Daisy," returned to a full focus on the wedding and our core gang. The only mother present was Robin's.
In accordance with the stipulations laid out after "Rally" two weeks ago, we meet "Daisy" on its own terms.
- Marshall and Lily are going to be parents again, and they're going to Italy, and their story here is kind of awesome and tear-jerking. Marshall's troubled (belatedly so, maybe, but at least he got there) by Lily's late-night sojourn and her seemingly abrupt reversal on the New York-vs.-Italy question.
Thanks to Billy Zabka, he learns she was headed to the Captain's house in the Hamptons, where she asks to use the powder room, hangs out for a little bit and leaves. Ted susses out that whatever secret she was keeping is in the »
'Bones' Season 9, episode 16: Terrorism and life insurance in 'The Source in the Sludge'
14 hours ago
"Bones" Season 9 is back on Mondays with episode 16, the "The Source in the Sludge." The show wastes no time in showing its stuff, bringing in CIA Agent Danny Beck (Freddie Prinze Jr.), terrorism and chopping up eyeballs.
Also, there is a lot about eels, life insurance and PhD orals exams. Those parts are integral to the story if not obviously as fascinating at first glance. Find out why in this recap.
Terrorism and murder sometimes look a lot alike
The victim of the week is Sari Nazeri, a young refugee from Afghanistan. Sari and her brother, Aziz, had been brought over to the Us by the CIA after Sari led the military to a terrorist leader named Ibrahim. With her help, the man was killed in a targeted airstrike.
Or was he? Sari is found dead in a trout pond, left in a bag full of eels. It turns out »
'Star-Crossed': Atrian lover Victoria Platt on her baby daddy reveal
15 hours ago
Did you see that twist coming? Stop reading if you haven't seen episode 4 of The CW's excellent new alien drama, "Star-Crossed," because star Victoria Platt is about to discuss the epic twist involving her U.S. government alien relations liaison Gloria Garcia and the secret Atrian son she has been hiding.
It turns out that the little boy is half-human, half-Atrian -- but not just any Atrian. He's Nox's son, a.k.a. Roman and Sophia's half-brother. It turns out Nox wasn't necessarily the heroic, diplomatic family man everyone thought he was when he was killed accidentally at the end of the pilot.
Star Victoria Platt tells Zap2it that the half-Atrian child was as much of a surprise to her as it was to viewers. "I found out when they sent me the script. I had absolutely no idea," she says. "That was another one of those moments where »
'Revenge' reveals a mother of a twist in post-Olympics return, 'Payback'
16 hours ago
"Revenge" isn't even pretending to be anything other than a daytime soap with a better time slot -- the show is straight-up sudsy goodness, as demonstrated in Sunday's (March 9) episode of the ABC drama, "Payback."
From Emily's blackouts -- retold later via fuzzy-focused shots a la a true crime show recreation -- to the murder, "Payback" was pretty action-packed. And that's not even counting the epic twist at the end of the episode: That Stevie Grayson, Conrad's first wife, is Jack's mother?!
Seriously: Murder, blackouts, kidnapping rescue, blackmail, possible psychotic breaks and secret children -- all in one 42-minute episode of television. You love us, ABC, you really love us.
After a middling Season 2, "Revenge" seems to be going for as many soapy twists as possible in Season 3. It was a great episode after the long Olympics hiatus, too -- what did you think? »
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