Sara Canning and Nina Dobrev
Of all the deaths during two seasons of The Vampire Diaries, none were as tragic and personal as the loss of Jenna — and that was exactly the point, executive producer Julie Plec says.
"The loss of life in the sacrifice ritual needed to be as deeply personal as possible in order to show how big of a move it was that Klaus is making and how profound of an impact it would have on not only Elena's life, but on everybody," Plec tells TVGuide.com.
China's Got Talent
First Susan Boyle shocked viewers with her unexpected singing chops on Britain's Got Talent, and now a Beijing woman is creating a viral sensation with dance moves inspired by the King of Pop.
Bai Shuying, 65, wowed the judges and audience alike with her dance tribute to Michael Jackson during the first round of auditions for China's Got Talent earlier this month.
During the final week of Oprah Winfrey's talk show, the host will revisit one of her most controversial interviews.
Winfrey will again sit down with author James Frey over the course of two episodes set to air May 16 and 17, the Associated Press reports.
Chuck just might be out of luck. The NBC show attracted only 4.06 million viewers Monday night, finishing fourth in the five-way race in prime time's first hour.
Big Brother 13 will premiere Thursday, July 7 at 9/8c, CBS announced Tuesday.
In addition, the network's new reality series, Same Name — in which stars trade lives with Average Joes who share their monikers — will premiere Sunday, July 24 at 9/8c.
CBS picks up reality series Same Name
As usual, Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen, will air three times ...
American Idol, Jacob Lusk
Emoting can be a 24/7 job, especially for a soul singer such as American Idol's recently eliminated contestant Jacob Lusk.
"I don't know when to turn it off and on ... I wear my emotions on my sleeve," he tells TVGuide.com. Despite that, he was able to hold it together for our interview, in which he told us that he embraces comparisons to gay icon Sylvester, as well as the "diva" label — to a point...
NCIS: Los Angeles couldn't carry on without Operations Manager Hetty Lange (Linda Hunt), could it? That's just the question creator and executive producer Shane Brennan is prepared to ask in the sophomore CBS drama's final two episodes.
Tuesday's episode (9/8c, CBS) finds the team investigating the death of a Navy SEAL imposter who was set on fire. The investigation uncovers new intel on the whereabouts of a stolen canister of radioactive material that could be used to make a bomb.
Claire Forlani to recur on NCIS: LA as new operations manager
But the real bombshell comes from a woman by the name of Lauren Hunter (Camelot's Claire Forlani), who shows up at the Operations Center and utters the phrase, "I am Hetty's replacement," just as Hetty mysteriously resigns...
This week we're in Middleburg, Fla. to meet the Prewitt-Brewer family that consists of Carrie Prewitt and the three girls, Ashley, Taylor and Gina. Carrie Prewitt has been at the same high school as a teacher and a coach for the last 25 years. She is a mentor, she is an amazing coach and she's like a second mom to everyone she coaches there. Coach Prewitt first met Ashley when she coached her at the high school in volleyball and through that experience, she met her two younger sisters, Taylor and Gina.