Shaun Sipos, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder
Damon Salvatore is heading down a dark path — and he might destroy his relationship with Elena along the way.
In what was an eye-opening episode of The Vampire Diaries last week, Elena (Nina Dobrev) learned some of the history behind the Augustine vampires, including the fact that her boyfriend Damon (Ian Somerhalder) was locked up and tortured for five years. While his anger upon escaping was certainly reasonable, Damon revealed his revenge was to kill every generation of Whitmores, with the exception of one person per family, which also happened to include Aaron (Shaun Sipos)'s parents and aunt. In the final moments of the hour, Damon found himself alone in the cell while Elena was trapped in the lab alongside Damon's former cellmate, Enzo (Michael Malarkey), who had been presumed dead.
Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder
The Vampire Diaries is introducing yet another mystery man to the mix.
As Elena (Nina Dobrev) returns to college, she begins to look further into the death of her former roommate Meagan (Hayley Kiyoko) and why Professor Maxfield (Rick Cosnett) covered it up. She becomes more intrigued when she comes across Aaron (Shaun Sipos), another student who had a history with the unlucky college freshman. While their initial introduction doesn't answer Elena's questions, she eventually realizes the two are connected in ways she hadn't considered.
Lori Loughlin is best known as Aunt Becky, but she's taking on a more maternal character in Lifetime's A Mother's Rage. The TV-movie (premiering Saturday at 8/7c) follows Rebecca Mayer (Loughlin) and her daughter on a college road trip, which takes a turn for the worse when Mayer's overprotective instincts kick in. Mayer is desperate to keep her daughter safe from a perceived threat, but will she go too far? Loughlin gave us the full report on her dark role — think guns, detectives, missing bodies and car chases — the 90210 series finale, and, of course, her oh-so-infamous television hubby, John Stamos.
Although Britt Robertson agrees that her character Lux's student-teacher relationship on Life Unexpected is "messed up," the actress admits, "he is ultimately a good guy leading Lux in the right direction."
Life Unexpected won't get full season
This season, 16-year-old Lux has moved on from a broken engagement (yes, in high school) and found...
Despite the musical guests galore, Life Unexpected's Lux has one thing on her mind at the K100 festival — her crush, Eric. Unfortunately, getting his attention doesn't go as planned.
"I get dressed up and come to find out that he brought another date," Britt Robertson, who plays Lux, tells TVGuide.com.
While the relationships between characters were messy in Life Unexpected's first season, things are about to get even messier: In Season 2, Cate (Shiri Appleby) and Ryan (Kerr Smith) will be navigating their new marriage, Baze (Kristoffer Polaha) will deal with rejection, and Lux (Britt Robertson) will dive head-first into a May-December relationship.
Shiri Appleby, Kristoffer Polaha
Are Cate and Baze over for good? Last viewers saw, Cate and Ryan tied the knot, but executive producer Liz Tigelaar says not to count Baze out yet. Tigelaar tells TVGuide.com about the upcoming second season of Life Unexpected, which she says will focus on how each character redefines themselves now that their family dynamics have changed.
Melrose Place alum Shaun Sipos has been cast on Life Unexpected, a show spokeswoman confirms.
As first reported by Fancast, the 28-year-old actor will...
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...
Laura Leighton, Shaun Sipos
Heather Locklear may have passed on the chance to be a part of the CW's Melrose Place reboot, but Laura Leighton — who played sassy schemer Sydney Andrews on the original Fox prime-time sudser — has said yes.
Leighton will reprise her role in the pilot and then continue on as a recurring player, "if" the new Melrose gets ordered to series, says the Hollywood Reporter. Sources tell the trade that Sydney will serve as the landlord of the titular apartment complex/den of iniquity.
For those not familiar with Leighton's character, I — as someone who used to "blog" recaps for Melrose in another age of man, before this Internet thing met its promise — can sum up Sydney as ...