Stars from television's buzziest shows including The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, Breaking Bad and more flocked to Hollywood's SkyBar at Mondrian on November 12 to celebrate TV Guide Magazine's Hot List 2012 issue.
The Voice judge Adam Levine arrived directly from set after taping the NBC singing competition's Monday show and was still surprised that he was chosen for this year's Hot List cover. "It's definitely something I would have never expected considering I was a musician and television is just something that kind of came into my life randomly," the Maroon 5 frontman told TV Guide Magazine after walking the red carpet. "It's a new thing and it's amazing."
Election Night Book Preview
While the media has evolved to offer more ways to get information, election-night coverage has changed little since it first aired on TV in 1948. Viewers know how the story will end — one candidate will reach 270 electoral votes and be declared the president — but the changing characters, plot lines and unknown winner...
Grimm makes an early return following some prominent hype during NBC's Olympics coverage, with Season 2 premiering on Monday, Aug. 13 (10/9c). Need a refresher course on the supernatural procedural? The Season 1 DVD goes on sale next week, with all 22 episodes and hefty assortment of extras, including deleted scenes, a gag reel and behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Once Upon a Time
Television's hottest vampires, werewolves, time travelers and zombie hunters descended on San Diego Comic-Con International from July 12-15 for the hottest sci-fi event of the year. For the second year in a row, TV Guide Magazine was on hand to welcome the casts of The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Glee, Once Upon a Time and so many more to our luxury yacht and floating photo studio. Drop anchor and check out some of our favorite pictures from the ultimate geekfest!
Annoying Orange is taking his act on the road... to San Diego for Comic-Con. The YouTube sensation turned Cartoon Network star heads to the big event with a brand-new toy aimed squarely at the Con crowd. The limited edition Comic-Con Annoying Orange Talking Collectible spouts nine different digs inspired by fanboy favorites like Spider-Man, The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and Star Trek.
From aliens to werewolves, we've got the scoop on this summer's hottest sci-fi TV!
As Season 2 of the post-alien invasion series continues, the question is, can anyone (or anything) be trusted? The 2nd Mass is hit by vicious alien attacks and dwindling supplies as it makes its desperate trek to...
The ultimate Comic-Con accessory is back. Once again Warner Bros. is sponsoring the official bag of the Con, roomy totes for lugging around all the swag sold and given away at the San Diego extravaganza, July 11-15. There are 10 different designs, including TV shows Supernatural, The Big Bang Theory, The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Cartoon Network's DC Nation block and the upcoming CW series Arrow. Warner Bros. provides the spacious messenger-style bags free to all convention goers — 130,000 have been produced.
TV Guide Magazine
For the third year in a row TV Guide Magazine and Warner Bros. Television are teaming up for a Comic-Con special edition issue that gives fans everything they want to know about their favorite hit shows.
The magazine features four sets of collectible "flip" covers featuring the casts of The Big Bang Theory, Fringe, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries on both sides and exclusive content on Warner Bros.' fan-favorite series, including Person of Interest and Nikita. In addition to scoop on each show, the magazine takes fans behind the scenes with exclusive photos from the sets, plus previews of several upcoming series: The CW's Arrow and Cult, Fox's The Following, NBC's Revolution, ABC's 666 Park Avenue. There's also a look at Cartoon Network's DC Nation animation block, a preview of the new He-Man and the Masters of the Universe comic book, a special Justice League pull-out poster by DC Entertainment artist and co-publisher Jim Lee and much more.