[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
For comic book fans who had complained that David Morrissey wasn't quite the Governor they were expecting, Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead finally really introduced the sadistic, eye patch-wearing bastard we know and hate.
Throughout The Vampire Diaries' run, Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley) has been on his own, in love, "the ripper" and brokenhearted. But looking back, Stefan is always at his best when he's single. Don't get us wrong — this isn't about why Elena (Nina Dobrev) should be with Damon (Ian Somerhalder) instead of Stefan, but rather why as a character Stefan has always been the most appealing, likable and downright sexy when alone. And if Thursday's episode wasn't enough proof (hello, doing push-ups in the woods!), here are four reasons why we prefer him that way:
This week's Grey's Anatomy featured all three life-changing events — and multiple ones for some people. The hour featured Arizona's return to Seattle Grace, though it wasn't as triumphant as she probably had hoped. But Meredith had her own triumph and it has to do with one of the aforementioned topics. Which? Check out this week's top moments from the episode to find out!
Alicia Keys is on fire! Britney rocks a fedora! And two more acts go home on Thursday's The X Factor. How does it all play out? Let's take a look:
Julie Bowen, Sofia Vergara
Modern Family led the way Wednesday, leading ABC to a tie with Fox for the night.
The comedy drew 11.9 million viewers and a 4.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, rising slightly from its last new episode two weeks ago. Suburgatory (6.9 million, 2.6) and Nashville (5.6 million, 1.8) were ...
Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani
Maybe Melissa Rycroft should keep setting the bar low. The Bachelor alum, who finished third on Season 8 of Dancing with the Stars, just wanted to make it to Week 4 of All-Stars with Tony Dovolani. But she exceeded all of her — and arguably everyone's — expectations by taking home the Mirrorball trophy and overcoming season-long front-runners Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough in the process. "Honestly, I don't think anyone predicted us to win," Rycroft tells TVGuide.com. "We wanted to win, but we certainly didn't expect to. I'm still in shock." See what else Rycroft has to say about her big win below. Plus: Where will she put the Mirrorball?
The X Factor
Another week of The X Factor, another chance to hate on CeCe Frey.
The 21-year-old postal room worker has inspired more loathing than judge Simon Cowell this season, falling to the bottom of the Rankings of Shame twice ever since viewers started voting. During last week's results, when she was saved from elimination by the judges again, Cowell acknowledged that even they have given her a "hard time" on the show. If the judges can't back her, why should America?
Revolution closed out the first half of its freshman season on a good note.
The NBC drama, which hit a series low last week, rose 12 percent for its midseason finale, drawing 8.7 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. The show ...