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Acting since she was just 10 years old, Britt Robertson has spent most of her career on television, starring on shows like Life Unexpected, The Secret Circle and, most recently, Under The Dome, but she continues to pick up big screen roles as well. In addition to being in the middle of production on Brad Bird.s Tomorrowland, this weekend she can be seen starring alongside Vince Vaughn in the new dramedy Delivery Man. In the new movie Robertson stars as Kristen, one of the 533 children that Vaughn.s character, David, unknowingly fathered through multiple anonymous donations to a local fertility clinic. Kristen, unfortunately, has had a hard life and has turned to drugs as a result, but when David meets her he feels compelled to try and be her guardian angel. Earlier this month I had the opportunity to sit down with the young actress one on one to talk »
"The Secret Circle" only got one season on the CW in 2011-12 before being cut unceremoniously short. But during an interview for upcoming movie "Delivery Man," star Britt Robertson tells Zap2it what she thinks Cassie Blake is up to now.
"I think Cassie Blake is probably in a cave somewhere practicing magic," says Robertson. "Maybe some day she'll return to her role as queen witch, but for now she's just recovering from all the madness that happened during Season 1 of 'Secret Circle.'"
What do you think, fans? Is that what you envisioned Cassie doing since the show went off the air?
Although E!Online was able to report the news of Hennig's casting, nothing else is known about the role. There is a good chance that Hennig's arrival has something to do with a new piece of mythology on the show -- such changes have been teased since the San Diego Comic-Con in July. The casting of another guest star, Arden Cho, is directly tied to a "kitsune" myth. While Cho's role of Kira may not be a kitsune herself, the character has something to do with the Japanese, shape-shifting creature.
On "The Secret Circle," a supernatural-themed show that ran for one season on The CW, Hennig played the role of Diana. The resident "nice girl" of the group of witches, »
Co-writers Robert Hall and Aaron Drane are busy adaptating their short-lived FearNet horror series 'Fear Clinic' into a feature length movie. The original five webisode series began back in 2009 but thanks to Dry County Films, Fear Chamber Productions and some partial fan donations via crowd-funding a big screen version is currently being prepped with Hall set to helm. Robert Englund ('A Nightmare on Elm Street') will reprise his role as Dr. Andover, 'a fear doctor who treats patients afflicted with crippling phobias by inducing hallucinations inside his exposure therapy invention; The Fear Chamber.' Two new cast members have joined the project along with Englund, Angelina Armani ('ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2') and Kevin Gage ('Laid to Rest') in the form of 'Curse of Chucky' hottie Fiona Dourif (below) and Thomas Dekker ('The Secret Circle'). »
It has been announced that a feature version of Fear Clinic will begin filming next month. We already knew that Robert Englund would be back as Dr. Andover and we now have word that a number of actors have joined the cast, including Curse of Chucky’s Fiona Dourif:
“Los Angeles, CA – Dry County Entertainment, founded by director Robert Hall (MTV’S Teen Wolf, Laid to Rest, Lightning Bug) and Fear Chamber LLC, are proud to announce the first round of casting details for their upcoming production of the feature film Fear Clinic.
Fear Clinic began as a 2009 horror series for FearNet that consisted of five episodes starring up-and-coming talent like Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class) and Kate Nauta (Transporter 2) as well as horror icons Danielle Harris (Halloween 4), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4) and Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees). The series and upcoming film stars Robert Englund »
- Jonathan James
MTV's "Teen Wolf" Season 3 has landed a guest star who will be very familiar to the few of you who watched "The Secret Circle" during its short-lived run. Read on to see which witch has joined the show.
Per E! Online, "The Secret Circle's" Shelley Hennig, who also recently appeared on "Justified," is set to play a "top secret, highly guarded" character in the second half of "Teen Wolf's" split third season.
So in other words, no details are available at press time, but with "Teen Wolf" returning to MTV on January 6th, we shouldn't have too long to wait to learn more.
- Debi Moore
Something wicked is heading to Beacon Hills! The Secret Circle's Shelley Hennig is set to appear on the upcoming season of Teen Wolf, E! News has exclusively confirmed. Hennig, who played the coven leader Diana on the shortlived CW cult-drama, is joining the MTV hit series, which returns on Jan. 6, in a top-secret, highly guarded role. Seriously, if we spilled any details, we're pretty sure the Kanima, Deucalion and all of the show's other big bads would team up against us. Since The Secret Circle's cancellation, Hennig made a memorable guest appearance on FX's Justified opposite Timothy Olyphant and costarred on MTV's Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous. Teen Wolf will introduce "a new »
Supernatural focused on Castiel this week. A scruffy, tired, hungry human Castiel without any of his superpowers.
What was the best scene in "I'm No Angel?" What was it like to see Castiel in this kind of state? What about the reapers for hire? The Round Table team of Carissa Pavlica, Sean McKenna and Alice (from Winchester Family Business) are back with their analysis of the latest Season 9 episode.
Jump in and join the debate!
What was your favorite scene from the episode?
Carissa: Watching Castiel have sex as a human. Yes, because he's hot. I just wish he had been having it with a real woman rather than a snake.
Alice: Surprisingly, it was the scene with Castiel and the woman with the sick husband in the church. It’s so fascinating, isn’t it, that a former angel gets a unwavering lesson about faith from a human woman with a sick husband. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (TV Fanatic Staff)
The CW has had great ratings success with shows like The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural. Will The Originals be a hit as well or will it be cancelled after one season, like The Secret Circle? Time will tell.
The Originals revolves around the world's original vampires and their battle against another vampire who's controlling New Orleans. The cast includes Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Claire Holt, Phoebe Tonkin, Charles Michael Davis, Daniella Pineda, Leah Pipes, and Danielle Campbell.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
How are your shows doing? Check the season rankings: »
Historical dramas have become all the rage in the last few years, so when I heard the CW was taking a foray into the now popular genre in their new series, Reign, I was intrigued to say the least.
I love HBO’s Game of Thrones. I like Showtime’s The White Queen. I have the entire first season of Starz’s Da Vinci’s Demons patiently waiting on my DVR. And, I desperately wanted to fall head over heels for CW’s Reign - but after last night’s lackluster debut, I might have to reconsider my position.
The CW introduced us to a virtually unknown cast in the series premiere of Reign last night. There was only one face that comes to mind that viewers may have immediately recognized, Teen Wolf‘s Adelaide Kane. Kane joined the hit MTV show this past season as a mostly peripheral character »
- Lindsay Sperling
This month marks 15 years since Charmed premiered on what was then The WB. And although it certainly wasn’t the first television show about witches, it was one of the most successful, capturing a fan base that to this day watches re-runs at every opportunity — or is that just me?
Charmed told the story of the Halliwell sisters and their power of three. Basically, when the three of them combined their witchy mojo, they were pretty much unstoppable. With the Book of Shadows in their attic, full of spells and potions, the sisters were able to fight off all kinds of demons. »
- Samantha Highfill
Witches are making quite the comeback on TV this fall. Vampires, werewolves, and zombies are all good and cool, but if you’re still missing The Secret Circle or Charmed, you’re in luck! Witches of East End is soapy drama at its best, mixing traditional romantic and familial dramas with a supernatural element. The pilot was [&hellip
The Season of the Witch »
The Originals Episode 102
“House of the Rising Son”
Directed By: Brad Turner
Original Airdate: 8 October 2013
In This Episode...
This episode contains lots of backstory, lots of flashbacks, and lots of reveals that certain innocuous occurrences have deeper meanings.
Rebekah comes to town, looking for Elijah. After a confrontation with Klaus, she quickly comes to realize that Klaus “did” something to him - and with an Original vampire, that could only mean daggering. Klaus heads out for drinks with Marcel, and she enlists Hayley in helping her search the house. This was once the Governor’s house, and Rebekah knows it has lots of hidden rooms. She finds two coffins in the cellar, hers and Klaus’. Elijah’s is missing.
Let’s try to sort out some of the backstories. In the 1800s, the governor of New Orleans helped hide some of the Mikaelsens’ indiscretions. »
- Alyse Wax
Like most, I fell under Phoebe Tonkin's spell quite quickly thanks to her intoxicating performance on 2011's The Secret Circle. But when she moved over to The Vampire Diaries after The CW shuttered that witchy series, fans weren't as in love. In fact, they actively disliked the character, Hayley, since her arrival threw two of Caroline's relationships into a state of dramatic flux.
But Tonkin and Julie Plec are getting a second chance to make audiences love Hayley with The Originals, The Vampire Diaries spin-off that moves Klaus, Elijah, Rebekah, Hayley and the action to New Orleans with positively stellar results. Thursday's premiere, which I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at, seamlessly establishes these familiar characters in their new settings while also laying the groundwork for their first bloody good season. I recently traveled down south to hit up The Originals set where I sat down with Phoebe Tonkin to talk about the incredibly »
Ravenswood, the Pretty Little Liars spin-off series, is all set for its debut. With only a few weeks to go before the premiere, ABC Family is letting fans in on a couple of secrets – and not unlike Pll, Ravenswood looks like it will be full of them.
The thing that will really set the two shows apart is the supernatural aspect of Ravenswood. The new series will feature five teenagers that find themselves in the middle of a mystery involving a small town, and a curse. Naturally, the characters seem to spend a very unnatural amount of time hanging out at their local cemetery.
Fans of Pretty Little Liars have already had a couple of glimpses at the eerie new setting. If you checked out the summer finale then you know, as much as it still pains us to say, that Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) is already on his way. We »
- Lindsay Sperling
HBO is heating up The Leftovers.
Related | 2013 Cable TV Renewal Scorecard — Renewed or Cancelled TV Shows?
The Leftovers — with a pilot written by Lindelof and Perrotta, and directed by Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights) — is set after the Rapture and tells the story of those folks who didn’t quite make the cut.
- Vlada Gelman
"The Nine Lives of Chloe King" fans, Christmas/Hanukah/whatever holiday you celebrate with presents has come early: ABC Family is finally giving you the chance to find out how the series would have ended.
The former ABC Family series was canceled after a brief 10-episode season, but the network and Alloy Entertainment are releasing the script for the two-hour movie, "The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation," online. The series conclusion will be posted on Alloy Entertainment's official site on Friday, Sept. 13 at 9:13 a.m. Pt.
"Although we ultimately decided not to continue with the series, we wanted to make the 'Chloe King' movie script available to her amazing fans to provide them the closure they've been clamoring for," Kate Juergens, Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development and Chief Creative Officer of ABC Family, said in a statement on Wednesday (Sept. 11).
Actor Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Nightmare On Elm Street) has signed with Resolution. He previously was a client of Wme. The 25-year-old most recently graced TV screens on The CW’s The Secret Circle and HBO’s Cinema Verite with James Gandolfini. His indie film streak of late includes Gregg Araki’s Kaboom, Catherine Hardwick’s Plush, and The White City. Dekker is also repped by The Schiff Co and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern. Onetime Dancing With The Stars contestant-turned-dwts co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet has signed with CAA. She’s going into her seventh season co-hosting the ABC show, which she won in season 7. Burke-Charvet continues to be managed by Bx2 Management and Del, Shaw, Moonves, Tanaka, Finkelstein & Lezcano. Award-winning writer-director Ron Morales has signed with Apa. His sophomore feature Graceland nabbed the Audience Award at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival and was shortlisted by the Philippines as a »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Under the Dome Episode 111
“Speak of the Devil”
Written By: Scott Gold
Directed By: David Barrett
Original Airdate: 2 September 2013
In This Episode...
There is some weird weather going on in the dome. It starts as cloud cover, but then gets more threatening as the episode goes on: lightning, strong winds, a funnel cloud threatening to touch down to earth.
The kids painted dots over the barn to represent where all the pink stars were aligned (I am trying not to think about how they painted while all four kept their hands on the mini-dome). They decide they all need to go touch the big dome together, but first, they all split up. Angie and Junior hang out in the barn until Angie makes it clear that she and Junior will never be together, in the dome or out of it. Junior says he is out. I don’t know what »
- Alyse Wax
Ready to close out your Monday work day with some casting news for an upcoming new TV show on The CW? If you're a fan of "The Originals," then you'll want to read on for the info.
Per TV Guide, "Pretty Little Liars" actor Steven Krueger will appear in three episodes of "The Originals" as Josh, a young tourist whose night out in New Orleans takes an unexpectedly dark turn when he ends up at Marcel's bar.
The CW will be pairing "The Originals" with "Supernatural" on Tuesday nights, 8Pm and 9Pm, respectively, beginning October 8th; but first "The Originals" will debut on Thursday, October 3rd, immediately following the Season 5 premiere of its sister show "The Vampire Diaries," from which it was spawned.
Family is power. The Original Vampire family swore it to each other a thousand years ago. They pledged to remain together, always and forever. Now, »
- The Woman In Black
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