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.
Mary McDonnell and Kyra Sedgwick
Of all the finer, more civilized traits that combine to form the enchantment of love — perhaps none is more central than trust. In "Repeat Offender," The Closer examines exactly how much we can believe in our families, spouses, bosses, friends and even destiny itself. Reversals of fortune abound, and no one seems more taken off-guard by fate's shifting winds than Brenda's sometimes antagonist, Captain Sharon Raydor. Tracking our way through the untimely death of a young house-and-baby sitter — that person to whom we entrust our children and most personal possessions — we worry our way to the final moment, where we face the most uncomfortable question of all: "Do I trust myself?" We leave Deputy Chief Johnson pondering this disturbing concept in a powerful episode....
Mary Louise Parker and Justin Kirk
Heading to New York to reunite with Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) may turn out to be a bad idea for Andy (Justin Kirk) and the Botwin boys, as they'll come to learn in Weeds' seventh season that they finally need to get out from under Nancy's thumb.
Though Andy, Silas (Hunter Parrish) and Shane (Alexander Gould) spent three years in Copenhagen away from Nancy and her latest schemes, the minute she was released from jail, the family headed to New York, hoping to find a hopefully changed Nancy. However, Andy found himself...
A week after making her way into the world, Harper Seven Beckham is making her public debut.
Proud parents Victoria and David Beckham took turns showing off their new baby on Sunday. Victoria, 37, tweeted a photo of David and the newborn, writing...
Japan came from behind twice and defeated the U.S. in penalty kicks to take the Women's World Cup.
Sunday's win in Frankfurt, Germany, marked Japan's first defeat of the U.S. in 26 games, and the first time an Asian country won the World Cup. It would have been the...
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
The Harry Potter franchise is going out on a high note — a very high note.
The eighth and final film — Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 — broke records for top midnight grosses, largest opening day, largest opening weekend in the U.S. and...
Casey Anthony is a free woman after being released from jail early Sunday.
Anthony, 25, was met with hundreds of protesters calling her a "baby killer" as she walked out of the front door of the Orange County Booking and Release Center in Orlando, Fla., at 12:14 a.m. On her way out, she was given $537.68 (the remaining amount in her inmate account) and received a...
Bryant Cranston and Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
In Breaking Bad's fourth season, Walter White may finally accept what viewers have known for a while now: Walt is not a good man.
When viewers first met Walt (Bryan Cranston), running around the desert in tighty-whiteys after his first kill, his plight as a terminally-ill-chemistry-teacher-turned-crystal-meth-maker was still somewhat relatable. But after telling a mountain of lies, collecting boatloads of cash and committing a few more murders, Walt now seems about as black as his alter ego Heisenberg's porkpie hat.
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"He has accepted who he is and embraced who he is," Cranston tells TVGuide.com...