Jonathan Jackson and Hayden Panettiere
[Warning: This story contain spoilers about Wednesday's episode of Nashville. Read at your own risk!]
Will she or won't she?
Wednesday's episode of Nashville ended with Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) on the fence about her once-steadfast decision to get an abortion. Will she change her mind now that it's more likely that the baby's father is Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and not Jeff Fordham (Oliver Hudson)?
Dylan McDermott, Maggie Q
TV really doesn't get much uglier or more cynical than CBS's Stalker (Wednesday, 10/9c), a crass and calculated attempt to keep the Criminal Minds crowd appeased for yet another hour of tacky, icky violence — disproportionately perpetrated against unfortunate women — presented within a glum, indifferently acted formula.
Is Juliette Barnes ready to be a mom?
That's a question ABC's Nashville may pose when it returns for its third season this fall, producers have confirmed exclusively to TVGuide.com.
Ever since NBC announced that the Heroes franchise was being relaunched as the miniseries Heroes: Reborn, fans have been salivating in anticipation over which of the original cast members would return.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt has gone short for summer.
The new mom, 35, debuted a brunette bob in Santa Monica, Calif., Thursday, E! Online reports.
Vladimir Klitschko, Hayden Panettiere
Hayden Panettiere is pregnant, according to Us Weekly.
The Nashville star, 24, has been engaged to Russian boxer Wladimir Klitschko, 38, for more than a year. In October, the actress finally confirmed the impending nuptials on Live! With Kelly and Michael, saying, "I mean, I think [the ring] speaks for itself."
Claire Bennet won't be one of the Heroes: Reborn for now. In an interview with Cosmpolitan, Hayden Panettiere revealed that she has not been asked to join the 2015 event series.
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Question: There have been quite a few resurrections from the TV graveyard as of late and I must say I love it, way more than Hollywood's obsession of making a sequel out of everything as well as making too-soon remakes. Firefly and Veronica Mars both have movie continuations, Dallas and Boy Meets World have spawned new series chronicling the next generation (I know you're not too big a fan of the new Dallas, but I have to say I welcome the return of Judith Light to the series), Netflix brought back Arrested Development for a fourth season, and Heroes is coming out with Heroes: Reborn next year. So I'm wondering what are your thoughts on this phenomenon, and are there any shows that you feel should be next in this craze.
Chris Carmack, Aubrey Peeples
Relationships rarely experience smooth sailing on ABC's Nashville, but Layla (Aubrey Peeples) and Will (Chris Carmack) are in for an especially rocky ride.
"They are struggling," Peeples tells TVGuide.com about the couple's arc in the next few episodes. "I don't think that it would be realistic for everything to work out [with them]. ... Layla is upset a lot in the last half of the season."
NBC is resurrecting Heroes as an event miniseries, the network announced Saturday.
Similar to Fox's 24 reboot, Live Another Day, the planned miniseries Heroes Reborn will consist of a 13-episode stand-alone story arc. The episodes will air in 2015, and NBC will launch a digital series ahead of the premiere to introduce new characters and storylines.