Archie Panjabi, Kevin McKidd, Felicity Huffman
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Got any dirt on Kalinda's love life this season on The Good Wife? — Eliza
ADAM: Executive producer Robert King tells us that Kalinda will be playing the field a lot this season, but her thoughts will often return to one person in particular. "A lot of Kalinda's [story] is her unresolved feelings [for] Cary," King says. "How close can they be? ... There's something about Cary that is always very important to her, but it's unclear as to whether that's as a brother or a lover."
How will Owen balance being the new Chief and his problems with Cristina on Grey's Anatomy? — Tara
NATALIE: Since Derek and Meredith are also on the outs, Owen will turn to Derek in his time of need. "Derek and Owen are dealing with the twisted sisters — Meredith and Cristina — who are very connected and very similar in a way," Kevin McKidd tells us. "So, they try to...
If you're hoping for a crossover between The Secret Circle and The Vampire Diaries, the CW's two supernatural series based on the L.J. Smith novels, you shouldn't hold your breath.
"I don't know if you'll see that crossover episode," Kevin Williamson, who is the executive producer of both shows, said with finality at CW's fall TV previews Thursday. "I didn't want this show to...
Fans of L.J. Smith's The Secret Circle novels will be pleased to learn that elements of her trilogy will live on in the new CW series. But just like with The Vampire Diaries, the producers have taken liberties in the show's creation.
An example? The Secret Circle (spoiler alert!) kills off someone who survived the entire book series within the first five minutes of the premiere. While that won't be the only difference from the source material, executive producer Kevin Williamson says they "hope to be as true to the story as we can."
Flanked by some of TV's hottest talent, TV Guide Magazine Editor-in-Chief Debra Birnbaum was the envy of Comic-Con fans when she moderated a panel devoted to our Fan Favorites on Thursday, July 21...
The Secret Circle, Britt Robertson
What is the secret of The Secret Circle?
That's the question raised in the new trailer for the upcoming CW series, which will debut at the Warner Bros. Comic-Con booth this week.
Exclusive: The Secret Circle Taps Logan Browning
The new promo offers a deeper look into the group of witches (Thomas Dekker and Shelley Hennig among them) that welcomes orphaned Cassie (Britt Robertson) into their coven. And thanks to Faye (Phoebe Tonkin), it's a fiery welcome.
Check out the new promo for the series, executive-produced by Vampire Diaries' Kevin Williamson below. The Secret Circle premieres Thursday, Sept. 15 at 9/8c on the CW...
Logan Browning has joined the cast of CW's new witchy series The Secret Circle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Browning, best known for her role on TBS' Meet the Browns, will play...
When Vicki and Anna, both heretofore known as "dead," appeared to Jeremy in the season finale of The Vampire Diaries, it raised a lot of questions. Can only Jeremy see them? Is it significant that the late former girlfriends were both also vampires? Will he see more dead people? Why have they returned? "They have their own master plan," executive producer Julie Plec tells TVGuide.com. "The minute you get any supernatural entity dropping into Mystic Falls, somebody is going to be at risk." Plec, co-executive producer Kevin Williamson, and their team of writers have just returned to the writers' room in Atlanta, where they're plugging away on scripts for Season 3, which Plec says will explore the history of the original vampire family. She hints at a flashback to the year 1000, deconstructs the "Delena" kiss and reveals the unique way they'll set the stage for the show's return in September.
Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder
CW will debut new episodes from its upcoming fall schedule beginning Tuesday, Sept. 13, the network announced Monday.
VIDEO: Get your first look at The CW's new shows
The fourth season of 90210, which moves to Tuesdays at 8/7c and resumes after the West Beverly gang has graduated high school, kicks off The CW's fall season on Sept. 13. New series Ringer, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, follows at 9/8c.
New reality show H8R, where host Mario Lopez helps celebrities try to win over their haters, debuts Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 8/7c. America's Next Top Model, which will feature its first all-star cycle, is on at 9/8c.
The dog days of summer are about to get hotter — and a whole lot scarier.
Based on the kitschy 1985 Michael J. Fox big-screen comedy about a pubescent, van-surfing furball, MTV's Teen Wolf remake could have been a total mutt. But thanks to some serious tweaking — and a supernaturally attractive cast — the cable net has unleashed a wolf of a different color.
"They said they wanted to...
Ioan Gruffudd and Sarah Michelle Gellar
The CW has released video previews of three of its new shows, including Sarah Michelle Gellar's drama Ringer, the supernatural series Secret Circle and Rachel Bilson's Southern drama Hart of Dixie.
Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?