When The Vampire Diaries left off, Mystic Falls experienced a minor massacre, this time leaving Matt Donovan almost dead. With vampire Caroline at his side to feed him blood, Matt was restored to life, but not before realizing a bit of truth about his blood-sucking ex-girlfriend. In Thursday's new episode (8/7c on CW), star Candice Accola, who plays Caroline, says viewers will get to see the conclusion of the life-changing conversation between her and Matt (Zach Roerig). Plus: Accola teases Klaus' anticipated arrival and Tyler's return.
Tiffany Ivaonvosky, Extreme Couponing
In our exclusive interview with Extreme Couponing's Tiffany Ivanovsky, the mother of seven discusses when she learned that her lifestyle is, in fact, "extreme," why couponing is a great part-time job for parents and how the Internet has changed couponing. Most pertinent, though, is her shrugging off accusations of hoarding...
No, Britney Spears wasn't kidding around about dancing "till the world ends."
The pop star debuted her new music video for the single "Till the World Ends," from her No. 1 album Femme Fatale, today on MTV's The Seven. The events in the video take place on December 21, 2012, a date when several cultures believe the world will end. But rather than worry about the...
The Vampire Diaries is no stranger to death, with both major and minor characters having met their maker over the years. Unfortunately, it seems the Grim Reaper is making a return trip to Mystic Falls, times three! Katerina Graham, who plays witch Bonnie Bennett, tells TVGuide.com: "Three huge characters are going to die — solid characters — and it's going to change the destiny of the show." Ominous! We already know that original vampire Klaus, who first appears in the April 21 episode, needs three particular people for the sacrifice the show has been hinting at all season: a witch, a werewolf and a vampire. So who do you think it's going to be? We removed "poster children" Damon, Elena and Stefan from the running because, well, come on.
Body Of Proof
Body of Proof lost more than 20 percent of its premiere audience in its second week; 11.07 million watched the third episode Tuesday. (Sunday's special episode attracted 8.44 million post-Desperate Housewives viewers.)