Dean gets turned into a vampire in an episode that first pokes fun at the popular Twilight saga. But things get serious as the oldest Winchester deals with what he's become and with what his brother is willing to sacrifice in order to get intel on the alpha vampire. What is up with Sam?
The CW has picked up full seasons of freshman series Hellcats and Nikita, as well as veteran drama One Tree Hill, the network announced Friday.
"This fall, The CW made several strategic scheduling....
On this week's Vampire Diaries, the quest to take down Katherine was futile once again. The episode began with Stefan and Elena cuddling in bed. Over on the other side of town, Mason and Katherine are rolling around under the sheets as well. It's not long before she asks him about the moonstone. "Don't you trust me?" Katherine asks. Elena, meanwhile, is still giving Stefan his daily dose of blood. Both Katherine and Elena tell their men they love them. There should be a new drinking game for this show with the amount of "I love you's" always thrown out.
It's Halloween in Tree Hill, and Quinn can't distinguish between her nightmares and reality. In her dreams, Clay and psycho Sarah are zombies, and Brooke goes all Lara Croft trying to save her. Although she can wake up from this nightmare, in reality she's still terrified from the shooting.
Brooke answers her front door and immediately gives the woman outside of it an attitude. Unbeknownst to her, it's Julian's mom, Sylvia (guest star Sharon Lawrence). The three of them go out for lunch and although Sylvia thinks Brooke is a bit high maintenance, she says that she's there to pay for their wedding in full...
David Boreanaz (Bones), Jenna Fischer (The Office), Justin Chambers (Grey's Anatomy)
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Any news about what's coming up for Alex on Grey's Anatomy? — Emma
ADAM: He'll have a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment of flirtation with Lexie in the Oct. 28 episode, but his primary focus will be on a young girl who needs her trachea replaced. And though Alex maintains his stint in pediatrics has nothing to do with him being a softie for the kids, you can judge for yourself when he sings a few bars of a Justin Bieber tune to calm his patient while she's getting an MRI.
I heard that the guy from Justified was going to be on The Office. What's that all about? —Carl
MICKEY: Show some respect, Carl! The man's name is Timothy Olyphant, and he'll play Danny on The Office. Danny's a really successful, kinda hot salesman who works for a Dunder Mifflin competitor...
Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv
Let's raise a glass (of something bubbly perhaps) to TV shows gone too soon: Here's to Arrested Development, Pushing Daisies, Moonlight, Freaks and Geeks, Veronica Mars, My So Called Life... we hardly knew ye. Here we are, just six weeks into the fall season, and we already have two more names to add to that list. (R.I.P., Lone Star and My Generation.) Which shows will be next? These 13 are in the most danger, due to low ratings, poor performances among younger viewers and other typical bad signs. Is your favorite show on the list?
Annie Wilson has already killed a man — who can forget the "Kansas skank" breakdown that led to it? — and gotten involved with a drug-dealing psycho. Now, she's interning for a woman who would love to make little Annies of her own. Will Annie defy her mom and sell her eggs to her boss? Or is this really the end of Annie's bad judgment? Shenae Grimes talked to TVGuide.com about Annie's precious eggs, where Jasper went and how long Liam fans will have to put with up Charlie.
It's a Bobby-centric episode as he goes about trying to snag his soul back from a double-crossing Crowley. And while we witness everything the surly hunter does to re-gain his precious soul, we also get a taste of the life of Bobby Singer. And you know what? It's pretty fascinating. Sam and Dean take a back seat in this one but for a good reason. "Weekend at Bobby's" signals Jensen Ackles' ...
In the 200th episode of Smallville, Brainiac 5 takes Clark on a journey through his past, present and future. He sees old faces, including Lana Lang and Jonathan Kent, as well as a very familiar face — which will help Clark find the path to his destiny. Meanwhile, Oliver struggles with the repercussions of going public as the Green Arrow...