In the first season of The Vampire Diaries, the troubled Vicki Donovan violently bit the dust after turning into a vampire and failing to keep a low profile, proving that if you want to join the living dead in Mystic Falls, discretion is everything.
It's a lesson that actress Kayla Ewell evidently took to heart, after the stealth ...
Now this is how you reboot a classic, kids.
Last night, MTV debuted Teen Wolf, its new take on the Michael J. Fox flick about a pubescent dog-boy, and gave it a whole new leash on life.
Wisely, they did so by going more bite-and-fright than tongue-in-cheek, infusing this ...
Ed O'Neill, Julie Bowen
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Question: I have long been aware of your fondness for ABC's Modern Family, but in one of your recent "Matt's Picks" columns, you heralded it as "TV's best comedy," which honestly caught me by surprise. I rather enjoyed season 1, but as with many viewers, I feel like season 2 was a letdown. Perhaps last year the show could have been in the running for Best Comedy, but after an increasingly dull sophomore year, I'm surprised at your continued admiration for the show. Where Modern Family shifted toward more gimmicky humor, lame ...
When Pretty Little Liars returns to ABC Family on June 14, fans are in for one intense second season. "The stuff that we're shooting right now is insane," exclaims Shay Mitchell (Emily). "I am so excited for the fans to see ...
We asked MasterChef judge and executive producer Gordon Ramsay to give us a taste of what's on the menu for Season 2 of the American Idol-esque talent competition for home cooks with aspirations of going pro. Let's dig in!
Cheers to Mireille Enos for her captivating performance on The Killing.
The Franco-American actress — previously best known for her dual role on Big Love — has pulled off a star-making turn as Seattle detective Sarah Linden on AMC's hypnotic mystery. Even though this week's episode, "Missing," was essentially a time-killer, as Linden and her ex-meth-head partner Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) took a time out from investigating the Rosie Larsen murder to search for her missing teenage son, Enos didn't hit a false note.
Inside the Actors Studio (Tuesday, 8/7c, Bravo)
James Lipton welcomes the cast of a modern instant classic, ABC's Modern Family, to the stage for an interview that includes questions tossed to the characters each of the stars plays. So while Actors Studio celebrates the careers of Ed O'Neill, Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet, we'll also hear from Jay and Gloria, Claire and Phil, and Mitchell and Cameron.
Ben Bailey, the Emmy-winning host behind Discovery Channel's hit Cash Cab, is driving over to primetime. NBC has tapped Bailey to host Who's Still Standing? — the network's new trivia game show.
Based on the Israeli series Still Standing, the new game show centers on contestants who battle each other in a series of comedic challenges...
Jewel, Kara DioGuardi
A quick rundown of highs and lows from the first week of what's going to be a busy summer season.
TV didn't even take Memorial Day weekend off — to the delight of fans of Sunday's two top cable dramas. High point of the week: HBO's Game of Thrones, which has been pretty magnificent from the start and is truly hitting its stride now. Good news for the loyal viewer and fan of epic fantasy, but bad news for noble Ned Stark, who loses his patron when Fat King Robert is gutted by a boar ("murdered by a pig," he scoffs, although suspicion is now falling on the squire who ladled him with booze on the hunt). Poor solemn Ned isn't much of one for bluffing against his dastardly enemies, especially the evil Queen Cersei, who lays out the series' theme (and title) as she warns him, "When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground."