Little did Naomi know that when she cried wolf, alleging that Mr. Cannon sexually harassed her, the lie would come back to haunt her in the worst way. At the end of 90210's last season, she found herself trapped in a classroom by the faculty advisor she accused — and what transpired that night will send her into a downward spiral...
Blair forgave Chuck after he signed her up to sleep with his uncle, then he one-upped himself by sleeping with Little J. Serena neglected Nate, and then messed around with Dan. So when summer arrived, the love-weary girls escaped to Paris.
Can any of our Upper East Siders handle love?
With barely two weeks until Smallville debuts, CW has released five new promos of the 10th and final season.
Smallville Exclusive: General Lane, Lucy Lane to return
From Lois' peril on a familiar cross, to Chloe's run-in with Dr. Fate's helmet and the ever-famous super suit, these promos deliver a morsel of what's in store for our favorite superhero. Check them out:
Let's make that a few bites.
Man alive (and not so alive), what a killer Vampire Diaries season opener! The pacing, the storytelling, the badass Katherine. It was like three episodes crammed into one breathless hour of neckbiting and heartbreaking twists that, quite honestly, left us thirsty for more.
Where to start? Hmm... love Stefan getting all tough with John in the hospital. And Bonnie giving Damon the what's what about her vendetta against vamps was deee-lish...
Cheers to Nikita for putting the boot in reboot.
Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.
Lots of action franchises have been revamped in recent years, with mixed results (Bionic Woman, we hardly knew ye). But with a sizzling star (Maggie Q), a sleek visual style and a sly sense of humor about itself, the fourth incarnation of La Femme Nikita may be the sexiest — and most successful — yet. Paired with The Vampire Diaries, this rogue assassin could kick serious butt for the CW on Thursdays...
The CW's reboot of the sexy assassin thriller Nikita debuted Thursday night, and we want to know what you thought of it — and what you think of every new show this season.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
Did Nikita's hit the bull's-eye or do you think it was off-target? Vote now! And if you like Nikita or another new show, don't forget to tell your friends and other fans to vote.
Check back all fall to see what TVGuide.com users think of your favorite — and least favorite — new shows. And stay tuned to see the most liked and disliked of the new season...
Last season, the CW parlayed a successful book series into a television show that has become an obsession for many of us. As The Vampire Diaries Season 1 left off, Katherine (Nina Dobrev) finally showed up, and we watched Hottie McHotterson vamp Damon (Ian Sommerhalder) lay a big wet one on Elena. Turns out it was actually Katherine, Elena's doppelganger and evil vampire twin from the 19th century. And then there was the whole chopping-off of Uncle John's fingers (with the ring that protects him), the death of Mayor Lockwood after the device revealed him to be something of the supernatural sort (werewolf, perhaps?), and a car crash that left Caroline's life hanging in the balance. So with that, let's get to recapping the premiere!
On the series premiere, convict-turned-assassin Nikita (Maggie Q) returns with a vengeance. As a teen, she was rescued from death row by a covert government agency known only as Division. The shadowy organization trained her to be a spy and a killer. But when her fiance was murdered, Nikita realized that she had been betrayed by the very people she worked for. So she escaped.
Nikita, Maggie Q
Among Maggie Q's three tattoos is a large, ornately drawn Phoenix rising. It covers most of her left hip, and stands on proud, leggy display in the advertisments for Nikita, The CW's high-octane continuation of the 1990 French thriller-turned-basic cable series about a beautiful assassin in the employ of a sinister organization.
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains some key plot details from Season 2.
When we learned that Katherine was not among those unfortunate vampire souls sealed inside the tomb, it was clear that Stefan and Damon's complicated lover would show up on The Vampire Diaries at some point. Her sneak attack on Damon during the season finale was just the beginning. Season 2 promises to be, as the CW's promos shout, the year of the Kat.