Those who attended Saturday's Vampire Diaries panel at PaleyFest may now be deaf — fans of Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev definitely made themselves heard. Unfortunately, that also meant that the cast and executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries could hardly get a word in edgewise. Here are the five mini teases they were able to share in between screams:
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I'm so jealous you got to watch Orphan Black already! Please scoop me! — Melissa
You may have heard a new clone will be introduced, but the bigger news is that a believed-dead character will make a shocking return. Elsewhere, Sarah will call on an unlikely ally in her quest to get her daughter back. And take a look at this photo very carefully. You might notice something is a little off with Cosima.
I can't believe there are only two episodes left of Psych! What can you say about the series finale? — Harold
The show's final hour will...
On Sept. 22, 2004, Oceanic Flight 815 crashed in the series premiere of Lost, changing the lives of not just those onboard, but also the millions of fans around the world. Nearly 10 years later, executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cusewere joined by various cast members during Sunday's PaleyFest panel to share some of their favorite memories and little-known facts from the show that changed the landscape of television:
Lost stars: Where are they now?
1. As many know, de facto leader ...
[WARNING: The following story reveals details about Thursday's Vampire Diaries. Read at your own risk].
Katherine Pierce has gone to Hell — or at least The Vampire Diaries' version of the dark side — and she's not coming back.
Showtime is taking on "the biggest story of our time" with the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously.
In the upcoming 9-episode series, celebrities including Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford and more will act as correspondents delving into the different impacts climate change has had and is projected to have on the world. The project aims to show the current and intensifying effects on everyday Americans, while demonstrating how they can take action and be part of the solution.
Showtime boss on Homeland's "big reset" and the plan for what's next
"The things [scientists] talk about sometimes don't resonate with the public," Schwarzenegger told reporters during the show's Television Critics Association panel. "There are very simple messages, but only actors will get the ultimate attention. This is why it's important when you're [famous] that you look at the power of communicating and use it for something positive."