If Beauty and the Beast's Vincent (Jay Ryan) could be cured of his beastliness, would he do it? Not necessarily, says executive producer Jennifer Levin. "There's a possibility that Vincent can be cured, but [Cat and Vincent's] biggest struggle is what is a good normal for them — which might be him being a beast," Levin tells TVGuide.com. "So Vincent's DNA becomes more of a source of conflict."
Beauty and the Beast's Jay Ryan: The forces against Catherine and Vincent are pretty strong
Beauty and the Beast fans, you're finally going to get your Catherine and Vincent kiss. But not so fast!
On the midseason finale of the CW series, a crash left Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) just about lifeless. As Vincent (Jay Ryan), in beast form, arrived on the scene, so did an already suspicious Evan (Max Brown), leaving the audience wondering if Vincent's secret would officially be out. When the show returns (Thursday, 9/8c), Catherine will be recovering in the hospital where Vincent has another run-in, this time with a woman from his past. How will Vincent avoid being discovered and will Catherine continue to risk everything to ultimately be with him? Keep reading to find out.
Just as Beauty and the Beast's "will they or won't they" couple Cat (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) are getting close, it seems there's going to be a wrench thrown in the mix.
In this exclusive image from Thursday's episode (9/8c on The CW), there's no mistaking that Cat is locking lips with her coworker Evan (Max Brown).
True Blood actress Kelly Overton will guest-star on an episode of Beauty and the Beast, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Overton will play Claire, an intelligent and extremely athletic doctoral student who hits it off with medical examiner Evan (Max Brown) after they meet online.
Kristin Kreuk is reuniting with her Smallville producers.
Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders have joined CW's new series Beauty and the Beast, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The former Smallville showrunners will act as...