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With its Halloween TV specials and crop of exciting movies, October is going to be better than ever this year. It's still Fall TV season and there is plenty to look forward to, including new shows like The Flash as well as returning ones like The Vampire Diaries. Before you head out to go apple picking, just grab a pumpkin spice latte and see what great new entertainment awaits you from your couch or the comfort of a movie theater seat. See below for our expert picks on what to mark on your calendar this October! Source: FX »
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Question: I’m still Team Stelena on The Vampire Diaries. Is there any hope? —Allison
Ausiello: Never give up hope, Allison! Elena’s emotions are all over the place in Season 6 and I have it on good authority that her love life is going to be far from dormant. In fact, I hear she’ll be locking lips with a handsome fella in Episode 3 — and his name does not rhyme with Shmamon.
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In an overall pretty good first week of the television season for the broadcast biz, NBC ruled in all key demos and CBS prevailed in total viewers — while third-place ABC was arguably the most impressive of all the networks.
It was mostly slow going for Fox, though it book-ended its week nicely with newcomer “Gotham” and its “Simpsons”-“Family Guy” crossover episode.
The networks combined were down 2% in adults 18-49 rating vs. their premiere week of 2013 (9.6 vs. 9.8), according to Nielsen “live plus same-day” numbers, but they could erase that deficit in “live plus-3″ results. CBS, which added “Thursday Night Football” to its early-fall schedule, was the only network up vs. last year in 18-49.
In total viewers, a category skewed by tune-in among adults 50 and older, the networks held up better. Their combined audience of 34.39 million was up 1% from last year’s 34.11 million, with ABC, CBS and NBC all up a bit. »
- Rick Kissell
Update: In updated national estimates from Nielsen, the good news for CBS’ “Scorpion” got even better, as it was revised up a tick (3.1/9 in 18-49, 13.36 million viewers overall); as a result, it ended up retaining 97% of its premiere in both 18-49 and total viewers. And that put it solidly ahead of “Gotham” and “The Blacklist,” both of which held at a 2.8.
Leading off the night for CBS, “The Big Bang Theory” was revised up a tenth (4.8/15 in 18-49, 16.38 million viewers overall).
NBC’s “The Voice” went up a tenth (4.0/11, 12.94m) to move ahead of its week-ago season premiere — the first time in four cycles it has improved on its second Monday.
As expected, ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” (1.8/5 in 18-49, 12.50 nmillion viewers overall) and “Castle” (2.2/6 in 18-49, 10.75 million viewers overall) were revised downward due to preemptions for football in the Boston area and Kansas City. The drama still managed to match its year-ago premiere. »
- Rick Kissell
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from season six of The Vampire Diaries.] The Vampire Diaries season six kicks off with Mystic Falls still a magic-free zone and the whereabouts of Damon and Bonnie still a mystery. When Vampire Diaries returns, several months will have passed since Damon and Bonnie disappeared, with Elena and company moving on with their lives with varying degrees of success outside of Mystic Falls. Calibrating the follow-up to the emotional May finale weighed heavily on the writers. Read more 'Vampire Diaries' Season 6 Trailer: Will Elena "Move On"? "When we started this season, [there was
- Philiana Ng
How to get away with the best love triangle ever? Start it off with the third wheel already dead! That's the pretty-dang-cool setup for ABC's How to Get Away With Murder, which will effectively end any shipper wars before they even begin, but we have inside scoop on how that dead man walking will still be very much a love triangle this season....Until, you know, the's gone for good. Also, Tvd fans, you aren't exicted about the return of The Vampire Diaries, are you? Mayhaps just a smidge? We've got some scoop for you here on what to expect when the show returns on Thursday (plus we'll have much more on premiere day from Julie Plec and Nina »
We’re just a few days away from the Season 6 premiere of “The Vampire Diaries,” and all of the show’s stars have recorded quick video interviews in which they give us a few hints of what to expect. Check ‘em… Continue Reading →
The post The Vampire Diaries Cast Members Tease What’s Ahead in Season 6 appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Debi Moore
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.
New on DVD and Blu-ray
Jon Favreau wrote and directed this delicious comedy about a chef named Carl Casper, who quits the biz to start a food truck with help from fellow chef Martin (John Leguizamo) and Carl's son Percy. Sofía Vergara plays Carl's ex-wife, with Dustin Hoffman as Carl's former boss, Scarlett Johansson as the hostess of the restaurant, and Oliver Platt as a food critic whose mean tweets kicked off this whole business.
"The Exorcist: The Complete Anthology"
This Blu-ray box set includes both the theatrical version and the extended director's cut of "The Exorcist," "Exorcist II: The Heretic," "The Exorcist III," and the two prequels, "Exorcist: The Beginning" and "Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist." Although this set doesn't boast a whole lot of extras, »
- Jenni Miller
October is officially upon us, and we're in for an entire new slew of television premieres -- not to mention a few finales. This month is packed with returning favorites and a crop of freshman shows that are poised to be hits ("The Affair," anyone?) and Moviefone's rounded up a day-by-day schedule so you can prepare in advance for a major TV binge. Check out what's on October's docket right here -- and pssst brand new shows are in bold, plus we included a few must-watch previews!
October 2 8/7c The Vampire Diaries (CW) 9/8c Bad Judge (NBC) 9/8c Gracepoint (Fox) 9/8c Reign (CW) 9:30/8:30c A To Z (NBC)
October 3 8/7c Last Man Standing (ABC) 8/7c On The Menu (TNT) 10/9c Kendra on Top (We)
October 4 9/8c Survivor's »
- Mehera Bonner
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Question: Just when I thought The Good Wife couldn't top Season 5, Season 6 is off to a humdinger of a start! I certainly didn't see Cary's arrest coming, and I can't wait to find out what they have in store for us next. Matt Czuchry is terrific, and I'm thrilled he's getting this opportunity for a meaty storyline. As opposed to a show such as The Vampire Diaries, which tore through so much plot I stopped caring (no one stays dead, so where are the stakes?), The Good Wife earns its twists and turns, and only gets better with each game-changer. I've thoroughly enjoyed it from the get-go, but in the last year, it has vaulted to the top of my can't-miss shows. As we all know, many programs decline after the first few seasons and limp to the finish line. »
- Matt Roush
The complete Gilmore Girls series will be available for streaming on Netflix Instant Watch beginning Oct.1, but there are also plenty of other shows and movies coming to Netflix in October.
Gilmore Girls, starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, ran for seven seasons on The WB and The CW from 2000-2007, and the beloved mother-daughter show also featured Melissa McCarthy (pre-Bridesmaids fame) and The Good Wife's Matt Czuchry.
New On Netflix
In other TV news, fans of The CW’s The Originals and The Vampire Diaries will be able to get caught up before the shows’ season premieres. Season 1 of The Originals will be available for streaming on Oct. 3, with Season 2 premiering on The CW Oct. 6, while Season 5 of The Vampire Diaries will be available on Netflix Oct. 2, the same day as the Season 6 premiere. Reign’s first season will also be available for streaming Oct. 2, and the »
Not all spinoffs are the stuff that dreams are made of, but for the most part, The Originals has been able to pull off their separation from The Vampire Diaries without skipping a beat. The Tvd spinoff wrapped up its freshman season last May, leaving fans wondering what would come next for their favorite New Orleans supernaturals. Today, the latest promo poster (via THR) teases just that with the enticing tagline “Eat, drink and be wary.”
This poster is the first official piece of key art fans have seen for the upcoming season. It features most of the leads seated around a lavish dinner table along with a four-legged guest. Although everyone is dressed to impress, no one is wearing a smile.
- Lindsay Sperling
• Guy Pearce and Dominic West have signed on for Genius, joining Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, and Laura Linney. Michael Grandage is directing the film, marking his feature debut. John Logan adapted A. Scott Berg’s book for the screen. Pearce will play F. Scott Fitzgerald, while West will portray Ernest Hemingway. The film will relay the true, complicated relationship between novelist Thomas Wolfe (Law) and his editor, Max Perkins (Firth). Kidman will play Aline Bernstein, with Linney as Louise Perkins. Genius comes as the third collaboration between Grandage, producing partner James Bierman, and John Logan. Filming kicks off »
- C. Molly Smith
Thursday, September 25, 2014 ratings -- New episodes: Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder, Bones, Parenthood, and The Biggest Loser. Sports: NFL Football: Giants at Redskins and NFL Kickoff. Reruns: The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and Sleepy Hollow.
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Cohan's major movie acting debut was the 2005 film "Casanova" as 'Sister Beatrice'.
Her next role was in the 2007 film "Float".
February 2010 she was cast in "Death Race 2".
Cohan was then cast in Season Three of "Supernatural" as 'Bela Talbot', a thief, appearing in six episodes., noted for playing the recurring character 'Rose', a 500 year old vampire in "The Vampire Diaries", cast in the second season of AMC's "The Walking Dead" in the recurring role of 'Maggie Greene' and promoted to the main cast in Season 3 and is now a major part »
- Michael Stevens
Family dinners are never a good idea on The Originals. The Vampire Diaries spinoff from The CW has released the first official key art for the second season, which The Hollywood Reporter exclusively debuts, and it features the main Original stars seated at the dinner table with menacing expressions (and a werewolf!) as an extravagant feast awaits. As the tagline warns, "Eat, drink and be wary." Sounds about right. Read more 'Vampire Diaries' Star Nina Dobrev Heads to 'The Originals' Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), with his arms crossed, heads one end of the table while Klaus (Joseph Morgan) sits on
- Philiana Ng
The flesh-eating creatures from AMC’s gory “The Walking Dead” have started to eat into football’s pricing power, according to Variety’s annual analysis of primetime TV advertising costs.
Advertisers are willing to pay more for a package of spots across multiple airings of “Dead” than they are for a 30-second spot in a broadcast of Espn’s “Monday Night Football.” The Espn pigskin showcase was the second most-expensive program for advertisers in last year’s survey, coming in just behind NBC’s ”Sunday Night Football.” This year it ranks No. 4.
The average cost of a 30-second ad in “Monday Night Football” is an eye-popping $397,898, according to the Variety analysis, which uses estimates collected from as many as six different media-buying firms as well as other sources. No scripted program on broadcast can top it. Yet the cost of a package on “Dead” comes to an average of $413,695. The »
- Brian Steinberg
Thursday was a very big night for Shonda Rhimes and ABC, with the latest show executive produced by the “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator — “How to Get Away With Murder” — opening with the largest young-adult audience for any new series this fall.
ABC was strong on two-thirds of Thursday a year ago, but the addition of “Murder” helped cap a lineup — branded by the network as “Tgit” (Thank God It’s Thursday) — that dominated last night among women and will place a strong second overall to CBS/NFL Network’s “Thursday Night Football” in 18-49, 25-54 and total viewers. The Alphabet dramas were the night’s top three entertainment series in the key 18-49 and 25-54 demos as well as total viewers and the net had its best Thursday to open a season in five years.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “How to Get Away With Murder »
- Rick Kissell
Paul Wesley has been cast in Mother's Day.
The movie will focus on the relationship between a group of mothers and daughters.
Wesley will play Martino's pastry chef boyfriend.
Sarandon and Martino previously played mother and daughter on the big screen in 2002's The Banger Sisters.
Wesley will next be seen in Before I Disappear and Sam & Amira. »
Are you ready for another crossover between The Vampire Diaries and The Originals? One is coming pretty early in the latter's second season, in episode 5, airing Monday, November 3, and E! Online reports that Nina Dobrev is the one crossing over this time.
Last year saw a couple of crossovers between the shows. Michael Trevino appeared on The Originals as Tyler sought revenge, and then Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies and Claire Holt appeared in Tvd's 100th episode. »
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