Leighton Meester and Penn Badgley
Are Dan and Blair over already? Blair's blunt brush-off last week certainly made it seem that way, but this is Gossip Girl and there's just no way fans would be rewarded with so little pay-off.
That said, we've got some unresolved issues. Why do we care about Raina, again? Will Vanessa stop pining for Dan? And haven't all the lead actors said recently that they want to move on from the show?
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With these questions burning a hole in our gut, and just four episodes left this season, we turn to executive producer Joshua Safran, who gives TVGuide.com the dirt on that, as well as what to expect for Blair and her trio of suitors, whether or not Ben is really out of Serena's life, and where new girl Charlie fits in.
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On Gossip Girl's November 15 episode, Juliet (Katie Cassidy) attempted to sabotage Serena (Blake Lively) by ...
Wow, is Juliet the Upper East Side's answer to The O.C.'s Oliver?
Not since the self-punching psychopath who obsessed over Marisa and heralded the beginning of the end for Fox's sudser has their been such vehemence surrounding an interloper among the pretty-young-things set. Fittingly, both Oliver and Juliet — played deliciously by Katie Cassidy, who so needs to headline the upcoming Charlie's Angels TV reboot — are the creations of showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. Only this time, unlike Oliver, who just sucked, Juliet has become the character we both bitch about and kind of crush on.
And we're not the only ones feeling the love-hate...
Eminem, Jackie Evancho
Kids did the darnedest things on TV this week. High school student Oscar pursued an affair with both mother and daughter on 90210. Little ones on Parenthood and One Tree Hill got confusing answers to their inquiries about sex. Jimmy Johnson rallied against youth on Survivor: Nicaragua. Eminem and Vince acted like children on Entourage. And precious Jackie Evancho, who came in second on America's Got Talent, occupies the first position in America's heart.
Blair forgave Chuck after he signed her up to sleep with his uncle, then he one-upped himself by sleeping with Little J. Serena neglected Nate, and then messed around with Dan. So when summer arrived, the love-weary girls escaped to Paris.
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After shooting scenes in Paris, the Gossip Girls returned home to New York — and a legion of fans. "Girls were screaming everywhere," an onlooker tells TV Guide Magazine. "They had to close off the park just to shoot, and each actress had a bodyguard."
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This season, Blair (Leighton Meester) finds new drama after transferring to the prestigious Columbia University...
Katie Cassidy, Melrose Place
Melrose Place stars Katie Cassidy and Michael Rady have a message for their fans: Stop TWD (aka "texting while driving").
In conjunction with this week's episode of Melrose Place, in which Ella (Cassidy) gives up texting while driving, Cassidy and Rady partnered up with AT&T to create a PSA to raise awareness for their "Txtng and Drivng...It Can Wait" campaign.
Watch the video after the jump.
Now that Amanda Woodward (Heather Locklear) has returned to Melrose Place, it was only a matter of time before she set her sights on one of the men. TVGuide.com sat down with Shaun Sipos to get the dish on how his character, David, will be getting cozy with Amanda. Sipos also discusses David's many other relationships, who's going to be blackmailing him and what's ahead for the second half of the season...
Katie Cassidy, Steven R. McQueen
Supernatural alumna and daughter-of-David Katie Cassidy is packing her bags for Melrose Place, the CW's pilot reboot of the frothy Fox series. Cassidy, says Variety, will fill the role of Ella, a stylish up-and-coming publicist.
Although Cassidy has the female lead (as the would-be bride) in CBS' Harper's Island, premiering April 9, Melrose will ...
Katie Cassidy on Harper's Island
Katie Cassidy, Christopher Gorham and other cast members of the CBS midseason series Harper's Island held court Wednesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, where they touted their closed-ended, 13-episode Scream-meets-Ten Little Indians hybrid. Afterward, TVGuide.com grabbed a moment with Cassidy to reflect on her run as Supernatural's original Ruby. See what she had to say, after the jump.