Fear not, Walking Dead fans: The man who replaced Frank Darabont as series boss wants to calm your fears. "There's been all this concern that I'm going to f--- up this show, and really, we're just trying to get it done," Glen Mazzara told a handful of reporters who screened the Season 2 premiere on Thursday.
Glen Mazzara replaces Frank Darabont as Walking Dead showrunner
Mazzara certainly has some big shoes to fill. Darabont, who adapted the AMC hit from the comic books created by Robert Kirkman, parted ways with the series just days after attending its Comic-Con panel in July. (Fortunately, he had already mapped out the entire season with around eight episodes already written.)
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Who says turning 18 is just about being old enough to buy lotto tickets?
In the new promo for the third season of Vampire Diaries, Elena (Nina Dobrev) certainly seems to be enjoying her introduction to adulthood. Her 18th birthday, featured in the season premiere (Thursday, Sept. 15 at 8/7c on the CW), is marked by racy sex scenes, an almost violent love triangle and lots of blood, natch — at least, based on the trailer for the third season. Check it out below:
Michael Weatherly, Joshua Jackson, Christopher Meloni
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Please tell me E.J. Barrett's NCIS return will be short-lived. I need Tiva! — Hanna
ADAM: Let's let Michael Weatherly offer his take. "There's a new wrinkle in [Tony and E.J.'s] relationship, and I would say it is somewhat troubling," he says. "I think Tony questions a lot of things about her, and I don't think there's any going back to their initial blinky-blinky, lovey-dovey plot." But before your little 'shipper heart explodes, that doesn't necessarily guarantee loads of Tony-Ziva goodness. "Tony ultimately has to lean on himself. He has to figure some of his own stuff out," Weatherly says. "That might make him more able down the road to approach a relationship with Ziva."
Will Fringe go back to the future this season? —Barry
NATALIE: Yes, but it won't be the same future we saw in the finale. "The future that we saw in 2026...
The Modern Family clan is celebrating the holidays!
Not only will the ABC comedy have a Thanksgiving episode this season, but the Pritchetts and the Dunphys will slap together an impromptu Christmas celebration after a hilarious misunderstanding.
Exclusive: Modern Family's never-before-seen family confessionals
"We have a Christmas show, which is actually set a couple weeks ahead of Christmas," executive producer Christopher Lloyd tells TVGuide.com exclusively. "The family starts going over their various family plans...