In a purrfect world, we would have gotten a second season of ABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Unfortunately, 2011's cult fave about a teen (Skyler Samuels) descended from an ancient race of cat people only had one life to live, so fans were left with a lot of questions after its cliffhanger — and a lingering hope that they'd someday hear good news about the rumored Chloe King TV-movie.
Will there be bad blood between The Following's fellas in Season 2? Apparently so, since executive producer Kevin Williamson reveals that "Ryan and Mike confront each other at a crime scene in New York" when Fox's grisly thriller returns in early 2014.
The chase-or-be-chased craziness of Capture continues as the remaining teams face another round of challenges doled out to them by host Luke Tipple. But who is this Aussie overseeing The CW's Hunger Games—meets-tag competition? Turns out, he's more than just a pretty — and pretty familiar-looking — face.
The CW's Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries kicks off Season 2 on Oct. 25 with the introduction of Carrie's future BFF Samantha Jones, played by Lindsey Gort.
He may have lost his job but Covert Affairs' Arthur (Peter Gallagher) could be in for a big win when Homeland's Zuleikha Robinson begins an arc on Sept. 10 as a D.C. defense attorney determined to help his cause.
Rosewood's resident liars are suiting up, Edwardian-style, for Pretty Little Liars' annual Halloween episode (Oct. 22 on ABC Family). And according to Ian Harding, who plays Ezra (aka the newly revealed A), the hour will find the girls up to their corsets in scares.
Well here's something you don't see everyday — Emily Thorne smiling — and something you didn't see at all — an unaired scene!
In this extra from Revenge's Season 2 DVD set (available now), we get a deleted clip from Jack and FauxManda's beachy wedding where everyone in attendance actually seems happy. And alive, which is more than we could say for...
Dale "Barbie" Barbara has always been a man of few words, but in the September 9 episode of Under the Dome it looks as though he has the right to remain silent.
Over the past six months, Mike Vogel has tangled with Norma and Norman on Bates Motel as sicko Deputy Shelby and made a trip to the unluckiest town ever as drifter Dale "Barbie" Barbara on CBS's hot adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome. But in real life, this 34-year-old Levi's model-turned-family man is frighteningly normal.
Talk about the dog days of summer.
Last week, the greatest canine to ever grace the comics and our TV screens was off the leash — literally — during his trip to Comic-Con International. Not only was the world famous beagle prepping for the 40th anniversary of...
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