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'Teen Wolf' Season 4: 'Flowers in the Attic,' 'Ender's Game' actors cast
"Teen Wolf" Season 4 has added two cast members. Mason Dye ("Flowers in the Attic") and Khylin Rhambo ("Ender's Game") will recur as Garrett and Mason, two new lacrosse players at Beacon Hills High School.
Dye's Garrett is a new student at the school, according to E! Online, while Mason is a freshman described as funny and gay -- but not in a stereotypical way.
Both characters will recur several times in the upcoming season. Dylan Sprayberry ("Man of Steel") will also recur as still another lacrosse player, Liam. Casting for one more character, new math teacher Ms. Fleming, has not yet been announced.
With at least one major character reportedly dying before the end of Season 3, all of these new additions might be necessary. "Teen Wolf" currently airs Mondays at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on MTV. Season 4 is expected to premiere later in 2014.
Shantel VanSanten cast in 'Messengers,' aka The CW reunites 'One Tree Hill's' Clay and Quinn (kind of)
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Rejoice, "One Tree Hill" fans! The CW is (kind of) reuniting one of the sweetest couples from the hit drama.
Shantel VanSanten, who played Quinn in the final two seasons of "Oth," has just landed the lead role of The CW's new drama pilot, "The Messengers," THR reports.
"The Messengers" is about a mysterious object that crashes down to Earth and sends out an energy pulse that kills a seemingly random group of strangers. But when they wake up, they learn that "they have been deemed responsible for preventing the impending apocalypse." VanSanten will star as Vera, a Nasa scientist who works at a remote New Mexico observatory who investigates the strange impact site.
VanSanten's casting news comes hot on the heels of her "Oth" onsreen love, Robert Buckley, landing the lead role in Rob Thomas' "iZombie," The CW's new one-hour drama. Based on the DC Comics' property of the same name, »
'Teen Wolf' Season 3, episode 23 promo: 'Someone's about to die' in 'Insatiable'
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Death is coming to "Teen Wolf" Season 3. The upcoming episode "Insatiable" seems all but certain to be the one in which a major character dies. In the promo for the episode, attacks from both the Oni and the nogitsune make it clear that death is in the air.
And then Lydia screams. You know what the scream means, don't you?
Several people seem to be in the line of fire in "Insatiable." Real Stiles, of course, is still in mortal peril -- the nogitsune version of Stiles flat-out says that death is coming for him. The banshee whispers might be agreeing. Meanwhile, Oni attack Isaac, Kira and Allison at various points in the short video. An Oni attack is never a good sign for survival, after all.
It seems likely that Lydia does survive, despite her dangerous predicament -- unless a banshee screams for her own death too? If that's the case, »
Amazon orders 'The After,' 'Transparent,' more pilots to series: Report
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Amazon has reportedly chosen the second batch of series it plans to order from its second round of user-rated pilots. "The After," "Bosch," "Mozart in the Jungle" and "Transparent" will all turn into full series to be streamed on the website's Amazon Prime service.
Although Amazon Studios would not comment on the development details, Variety reports that the two dramas and two comedies will soon start production on full seasons.
"Bosch" follows a cop (Titus Welliver) who is accused of murdering a serial killer suspect, and investigates the murder of a 13-year-old boy while standing trial for his alleged crime. "The After" comes from "X Files" creator Chris Carter and follows eight strangers who must use each other to survive in a mysteriously violent world.
'Justified' Season 5, episode 9: 'Wrong Roads' pretty well sums up the season so far
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Week by week, Season 5 of "Justified" is playing like a treatise on the law of unintended consequences. Tuesday's (March 11) episode is called "Wrong Roads," and it piles still more bad outcomes on top of everything that's come so far.
Because Boyd heard about Hot Rod's crew getting shot in Mexico, he uses his "vacation" to go to Memphis and check in with DEA agent, Alex Miller (Eric Roberts, fitting nicely into this world), who is essentially an older version of Raylan but who doesn't seem to inspire much self-reflection in the marshal. Which leads them to the Harris brothers, which leads to Hot Rod -- a long-time informant for Miller, it turns out -- getting shot, which leads them to find the brothers interrupting a meeting between Boyd, Daryl, Wynn and Picker.
Said meeting is a result of Boyd's arrangement of convenience with Daryl and the rest of the Crowes, »
'Awkward' Season 4 trailer: Senior year woes include low grades, college plans and boy drama (of course)
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It's senior year on "Awkward," and Jenna's got a whole lot more than just high school graduation on her mind.
MTV just dropped the trailer for Season 4 of the critically-loved dramedy starring Ashley Rickards, and it's filled with shocking developments for all our favorite Palos Hills High students. Like how on the very first day back at school, someone hacks into the school database and leaks the class rankings.
While that alone is enough to start a senior-on-senior battle for the top spot, Jenna is forced to confront the unfortunate consequence of her "sanity sabbatical" during junior year -- a shockingly low rank that jeopardizes her college chances. Oops. Looks like the consequences from last season aren't over yet.
As if that wasn't enough for Jenna to deal with, she's also starting up a friends-with-benefits relationship with her ex, Matty! Flashback to Season 1 when Matty wanted to keep his relationship »
Olivia Wilde joins HBO pilot from Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger
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Olivia Wilde is looking to make her return to TV, joining HBO's untitled rock 'n' roll project that carries with it quite a pedigree.
The drama, a look at the late '70s music scene, hails from "Boardwalk Empire" executive producers Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter, with Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger on board as co-creator and Ep, as well.
Set in New York, the pilot explores the drug- and sex-fueled music business as punk and disco began to take over, all through the eyes of Bobby Cannavale's Richie Finestra, the founder and president of American Century Records with an ear for talent who's hit with a crisis of character when forced to make a life-altering decision.
Wilde will co-star Devon Finestra, Richie's wife, THR reports. Devon is a former actress/model who spent the '60s living the Bohemian life. When Richie's crisis put strain on their family, »
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 1 episode 20: 'Fancy Brudgom' means 'fancy groom' in Danish
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It's wedding bell time on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" as Boyle and Vivian start planning their nuptials.
Boyle choose Peralta to be his best man, and gives him a copy of "Fancy Brudgom" magazine to help with the planning ... "fancy groom" in Danish. Two full days of wedding planning and inappropriate sharing by Boyle! At least until Boyle tells Peralta that he's moving to Canada with Vivian after they're married and admits he doesn't want to go.
Related: "Brooklyn Nine-Nine": Boyle plans his wedding on "Fancy Brudgom" photos
This comment just opens the door for Boyle's insecurities over marrying Vivian in the first place. He doesn't want to leave NYC but he can't actually talk to her because he's convinced she'll just dump him. So he makes Peralta do it, and Vivian gets pretty pointed that he's overstepping. And since Boyle can't actually talk to Vivian, he »
There is a new TV show called 'Sex Box,' where couples have sex in a box on TV
4 hours ago
WEtv is producing a one-hour pilot for a new show called "Sex Box," where couples will have sex in a box together then talk about it with a panel of experts afterwards. This is an actual show for actual television.
According to Deadline, the network has ordered a pilot based on the British reality show of the same name, in which couples experiencing relationship problems have sex in a soundproof box and immediately discuss their issues with a panel of experts once they exit -- which "fosters conversations about intimacy that are completely filterless and emotionally honest."
"'Sex Box' is an intriguing and original concept from a top production partner and we're very excited about its potential, which has already been clearly demonstrated overseas - where it's a hit," says WEtv president Marc Juris.
The show is already a hit in Britain, airing first as a reality special on Channel 4 »
'Pretty Little Liars' - 'Unbridled': A fingerbone corset for Spencer's white wedding
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On the latest "Pretty Little Liars," Paily fans are in for some tears, while the girls get one step closer to finding Alison and getting some answers.
Mrs. Dilaurentis continues to act super creepy, but it's all because she basically thinks Spencer killed Alison. Over the course of signing on to help in Mrs. D.'s bridal fashion show in order to poke around the Dilaurentis house, the Liars make contact with Ali, who says she'll explain what's going on, but they need to come to her.
They head out for her hidey-hole in Philadelphia, which is where she's shacking up with [spoiler] -- click here if you want to know who.
During the bridal fashion show, Spencer thinks she sees Mrs. Dilaurentis handing a suitcase to Alison, which, coupled with Mrs. Marin finding a shopping bag of new clothes -- young, trendy ones -- in the Dilaurentis house, »
'The Voice' Season 6, episode 6: The teams are set as the blind auditions come to a close
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Four coaches, four spots left, one hour: That's right, it's the final night of blind auditions for Season 6 of "The Voice." Which four artists were lucky enough to land Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira's final team spots on Tuesday (March 11)? Let's get to it.
First up is Joe Trombino, a former dance student who turned to music. Naturally, that means he's going to fall prey to that problems that always plagues dancers on this show: Too much dancing. You're trying to get four people to turn around based on your voice. Do not do anything that can hinder that. For Joe, his moves caused him to fall behind the beat on Al Green's "Love and Happiness" and he failed to turn a chair. Sorry, Joe.
Next up to fight for one of those final spots is guitar player and CrossFit enthusiast Kaleigh Glanton, singing "Have You Ever Seen The Rain? »
'The Originals' star Claire Holt exits series: Episode 16 was her last
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At the end of episode 16 of The CW's "The Originals," immortal vampire Rebekah (Claire Holt) was seen exiting New Orleans in a red convertible, wind whipping through her hair, after she bid goodbye to the important people in her life. Now, Zap2it can reveal that yes -- it was a true goodbye. "Farewell to Storyville" was the actress' final episode of the series.
Sources tell Zap2it that the episode was Holt's last one as a series regular, although the option is open for her to return periodically as a guest star. Holt was the final cast member to sign on to the "Vampire Diaries" spinoff. »
'Agents of Shield' episode 15 'Yes Men' recap: Did Ward always want Skye?
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This week, "Marvel's Agents of Shield" uses the story of Lady Sif and formerly-imprisoned Asgardian sorceress Lorelei's fight over Earth to make some of its biggest plot developments so far.
Episode 15, "Yes Men," is one of the best episodes of this season. It takes having Lorelei use her magic on Ward for it to finally come out that (seemingly) he has feelings for Skye. Also, having Sif around gives Coulson someone to ask about the mysterious blue creature he found at the end of episode 14.
She doesn't have a simple answer for him -- there have been plenty of blue creatures she's encountered in the universe (including Kree), but only the frost giants have come to Earth. That's not much to go on for him, and he's clearly not satisfied with the answers.
In the end, Lady Sif defeats Lorelei and brings her back to Asgard -- but not without her fair share of damage. »
'The Originals' episode 16 'Farewell to Storyville' recap: The trial of Rebekah Mikaelson
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If you haven't watched "The Originals" Season 1, episode 16, "Farewell to Storyville," then you should probably do two things: First, check your priorities because this was the best episode of The CW's "Vampire Diaries" spinoff series to date, and second, come back to this story after you've watched it because there are some heartbreaking spoilers contained within.
Of the game-changing revelations -- and completely necessary family therapy between the three remaining Original siblings -- that occurred while the three of them were trapped in the cemetery together, it all boils down to this: The Mikaelsons might be eternal, all-powerful vampires but their problems are firmly rooted in their centuries-old daddy issues.
It was a beautifully written episode, a tribute to the extremely complicated family dynamics that »
'Suits' Season 3 episode 12 video: Stephen Macht and pleading for Mike in 'Yesterday's Gone'
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It's not over yet between Louis Litt and Mike Ross on "Suits" Season 3. In the upcoming episode, "Yesterday's Gone," Louis brings in a Harvard professor, Dr. Gerard (played by Stephen Macht, father of "Suits" star Gabriel Macht), who can destroy Mike's scam altogether.
Videos from the episode show just how serious an issue this is.
Tensions are obviously high in the promo for "Yesterday's Gone." It almost seems like a storm is descending upon Pearson Specter.
All of this is because Louis is convinced that Mike is hiding a secret regarding the younger lawyer's past at Harvard. His own morals don't allow him to just give up, even when Rachel comes to plead on Mike's behalf.
Louis' dilemma is centered on an impossible grade Mike supposedly got from Professor Gerard while in Law School. Considering the unbending nature of the man that Harvey confronts in this final video, Mike definitely needs to watch out. »
'Gotham': Fox's pre-Batman drama gets a logo and synopsis
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Fox is moving quickly with all of this "Gotham" news. All of the regular cast has been announced and now there's a logo for the series and a synopsis, shedding a bit more light on the character details. There's even a promise of Two-Face and The Joker to come, which should be interesting. As for the logo, it has the same feel as "Batman: The Animated Series," which is a great thing in the Batman canon to be compared to.
With young versions of James Gordon (Ben McKenzie), The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Catwoman (Camren Bicondova) and Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) coming to life, the series has the possibility of being something incredible if done right.
Here's what Fox has to say about the show in a press release, care of JoBlo:
"Everyone knows the name Commissioner Gordon. He is one of the crime world's greatest foes, a man whose »
NBC finales 2014: Calendar for 'Community,' 'The Voice,' 'Hannibal' and more
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NBC has released finale dates for most of its spring 2014 shows. The ends come first for "Community" and "Parenthood" (both on April 17) and continue through "Hannibal" (on May 23). Get the full show list below.
Thursday, April 17
8 p.m. -- "Community"
10 p.m. -- "Parenthood"
Thursday, April 24
8 p.m. -- "Parks and Recreation"
Monday, May 12
10 p.m. -- "The Blacklist"
Tuesday, May 13
10 p.m. -- "Chicago Fire"
Wednesday, May 14
8 p.m. -- "Revolution"
Friday, May 16
9 p.m. -- "Grimm"
Tuesday, May 20
9 p.m. -- "The Voice"
Wednesday, May 21
9 p.m. -- "Law & Order: Svu"
10 p.m. -- "Chicago P.D."
Friday, May 23
10 p.m. -- "Hannibal"
'Game of Thrones' showrunners know how the series ends, promise 7 or 8 seasons
7 hours ago
"Game of Thrones" covers Vanity Fair's new issue and, as can be expected of any Annie Leibovitz-shot cover, the stars of the series look absolutely gorgeous. But even more exciting than the stunning imagery are the snippets of information inside of the issue.
The full story won't be released until Friday (March 14), but in a preview online, Vanity Fair confirms that George R.R. Martin did tell "Thrones" showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss how the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series will end. "I can give them the broad strokes of what I intend to write, but the details aren't there yet. I'm hopeful that I can not let them catch up with me," Martin tells the magazine.
Benioff says, "Last year we went out to Santa Fe for a week to sit down with [Martin] and just talk through where things are going, because we don't know if »
'Mind Games' Steve Zahn: 'Some things don't need to be fixed'
8 hours ago
Zap2it: Your character in "Mind Games," ABC's Tuesday-night brain-manipulation drama, Clark Edwards, has bipolar disorder and also was a university professor teaching about human behavior and psychology. Are those two things connected?
Steve Zahn: He doesn't think of it as a disorder at all. He's unmedicated, and he really studied human psychology and behavior and all this, because of his condition, learning how to control it himself by being observant, keeping journals and stuff like that.
Zap2it: How does Clark do with controlling it?
Steve Zahn: He's able to somewhat control it, but at the same time, he doesn't want to take medication because it stops that flow of creativity. In a way, he thinks of it as an asset. Obviously, personally, there are times when he doesn't think that, but there are some really amazing people -- thinkers -- who have this.
We've become a society trying to fix things, »
Tom Bergeron leaving 'America's Funniest Home Videos'; HBO teases 'Veep' Season 3
9 hours ago
TV news and notes:
- Tom Bergeron will step aside as host of "America's Funniest Home Videos" after next season, his 15th with the show. "I've decided that, after 15 wonderful seasons as host of 'Afv,' next year, the show's 25th annviersary(!!), will be my last," he says in a statement. Bergeron hosts "Dancing With the Stars" and says he's also pitched a live "Afv" spinoff to the network. [Vulture]
- HBO has released a teaser for Season 3 of its comedy "Veep," premiering April 6, and it appears that Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has just about had it with her job as vice president. Take a look (some Nsfw language):
- Watch out, "Sharknado." Syfy has lined up its next TV movie and even cast a respected actress in the lead role. Linda Hamilton ("The Terminator") will star in "Bermuda Tentacles" as an admiral aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, searching »
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