Aly Michalka, Hellcats
Welcome to the Fall 2010 TV season. New shows will be fighting like cats and dogs for your approval, and the first to debut, perfectly enough, are Hellcats and Terriers.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
CW's college cheerleading drama and FX's dogged detective show premiered Wednesday, and we want to know what you thought of both — and what you think of every new show this season. Throughout the fall, TVGuide.com will run polls after each show asking what you liked and what you didn't...
Nikita, Vampire Diaries
Who knew the little CW network could become such a player in Thursday's overcrowded TV battleground? All it took were a couple of hot vampires. (Something not lost on HBO these days, either.) Tonight's major TV event: the return of the addictively twisty The Vampire Diaries for its second season of "Bite me, Twilight" supernatural-romance angst. As a bonus, the newest version of the Nikita franchise immediately follows, and it's well worth your time, too. (I'll miss Supernatural on Thursdays, but it will help fill the void on Fridays now that Syfy is turning to wrestling) ...
Britney and Lane, Big Brother 12
On Wednesday's episode of Big Brother 12, another houseguest was sent packing as the final three were locked in. But before any evicting was done, the Brigade alliance revealed themselves to fellow houseguest Britney, ending their season-long reign of secrecy. How did Britney take the news? And could she save herself from eviction by winning the power of veto? Let's find out!
Rich Cronin, part of the pop music trio LFO, died Wednesday, according to E! Online. He was 35.
The singer wrote LFO's 1999 break-out hit "Summer Girls," which infamously gave a shout-out to...