Kristoffer Polaha and Emma Caulfield
Life Unexpected's newest character Emma may appear to be Type A and tough, but star Emma Caulfield says she has a darker past that Baze (Kris Polaha) will bring to light. Despite their boss-employee relationship and polar-opposite personalities, the two develop a romance that she say brings up a lot about each other — good and bad. Caulfield tells TVGuide.com about why Emma is so guarded, and how she compares her to the actress' previous popular Buffy character, Anya...
Ever wish you could be a part of Carly Shay's popular web series on iCarly?
In a game that's based on the Nickelodeon show and coming out Nov. 16, players can interact with different parts of the series, from hanging with Carly, Sam and Freddie, to exploring the different featured locations.
Kadee Strickland and Kate Walsh
The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the first week of November sweeps:
Monday, Nov. 1
World Series Game 5: San Francisco Giants at Texas Rangers (Fox)
Ryan encourages Naomi to press charges against Mr. Cannon, which she should do, if only to help out Silver, who totally took a bullet for her, so to speak.
Erin Ludwig and Ian Ziering
Ian Ziering and wife Erin are expecting a baby girl, People reports.
"Erin and I are very excited to be parents. It's something we both have always wanted," the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum said. His wife, a nurse, is 4½ months along.
Spooky films Saw 3D and Paranormal Activity 2 took the top spots at the box office over Halloween weekend.
The premiere of the Saw franchise's seventh installment took in $22.5 million, Box Office Mojo reports, while the Paranormal sequel finished second, bringing in $16.5 million in its second weekend. Its two-week take totals $66.6 million.
A U.S. teen was crowned Miss World 2010.
Alexandria Mills was named the winner in this year's competition. The 18-year-old from Louisville, Ky., became the third ever U.S. contestant to take the title in the pageant's history.
Second place went to...
Bill Hader, Jon Hamm, Nasim Pedrad
Mad Men's Jon Hamm again showed his acting range and comedic chops, hosting his second Halloween episode of Saturday Night Live. This year's costume, he said, was "slightly less nervous" as opposed to last time's "nervous."
The 39-year-old actor's monologue proved that he's just as good as coming up with ad campaigns on the spot as his alter ego Don Draper:
On this week's episode, the Lockwoods throw a masquerade ball and the Salvatore brothers do their best to prevent Katherine from wrecking it.
The episode begins with Caroline telling the boys that she saw Katherine and was told to pass along a message: Deliver the moonstone at the masquerade party. "Can't we just give her the moonstone so she'll leave?" Caroline asks the Salvatore brothers. "Katherine's not getting d---," Damon responds. (Who knew CW could use that word?)
The recent — and continued — reports of Charlie Sheen's erratic behavior made us wonder: How long should CBS stand behind the Two and a Half Men star?
Earlier this week, Sheen landed in the hospital for what his rep says was an "adverse allergic reaction to some medication." He reportedly caused more than $7,000 in damages to his hotel suite before police intervened.
The Vampire Diaries' second season took a sharp turn when one of the show's innocent teens, Caroline (Candice Accola), became a vampire. Executive producer Kevin Williamson says he never doubted which of the series' humans he wanted to take to the dark side.
"I said, 'We need a game-changer, and if one of these characters had to be a vampire, who would you want to see?' I wanted to see Caroline," Williamson told TVGuide.com.