Sebastian Roché has been cast in a recurring role on Fringe, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Roché will play The Leader, a mysterious humanoid soldier from another universe who is...
The CW has picked up nine more episodes of The Vampire Diaries, for a total of 22.
The show, executive-produced by Dawson's Creek's Kevin Williamson, has been...
Joss Whedon will direct an episode of Glee, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The wunderkind, who created Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly and Dollhouse, earned his musical stripes with a singing-and-dancing episode of Buffy titled "Once More, With Feeling" and the Emmy-winning Internet musical sensation Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
Glee cast to perform at World Series
Whedon posted a message on the...
Jessica Lucas, Daphne Zuniga
Jessica Lucas knows that signing on to play Riley, one-half of Melrose Place's happy couple (Michael Rady's Jonah is the other half), is a risky move on a show so single-centric. For that reason, she says, "What was important to me ... [was] establishing Riley away from Jonah and as having a strong point of view." Though she sings Rady's praises, let's face it: Nobody stays together forever on this show like this. "We're kind of headed down that road," Lucas admits. But first, she'll pose on a beach for photographer Jo Reynolds (original cast member Daphne Zuniga), who returns to Melrose for two episodes this season starting Tuesday (9/8c, CW). Lucas tells us why Riley isn't cut out to be a model, what Zuniga told her and why we should all brace ourselves for the cutest breakup ever.
When Fringe revealed itself to be about alternate universes, a lot of questions were raised. We wanted some answers. So we went straight to executive producers Jeff Pinkner and Joel Wyman to ask them about "over there," as they call it, the riddle of Peter Bishop's existence, how Nina Sharp and Astrid will fit into this season's journey and the Observers (yes, Observers plural).
The Vampire Diaries
Last week's episode of Vampire Diaries provided a major turning point — Elena learned something's up with Stefan, and now she's determined to find out what it is.
In the Oct. 15 "Lost Girls" episode, a flashback will depict a Civil War-era Stefan, Damon and Katherine, as the Salvatore family history is divulged to Elena and she learns how the brothers' rivalry began.
In the first clip, Elena demands that Stefan start explaining his supernatural behavior. Listing off the vampire behaviors she knows only from fiction, Elena questions how Stefan survives in the sunlight and looks in mirrors, amongst other things, and Stefan debunks common myths about his "people."
Watch the clip after the jump.
Now that we know that Fringe is a show about alternate universes, it's time to get some answers about how exactly all this is going to work. So we went straight to executive producers Jeff Pinkner and Joel Wyman to ask them about the show's new direction for Season 2, the future of "Charlie" and how shape-shifting figures into the big picture. Plus, this reporter had horrifying flashbacks to that nightmare called Physics 101 when Pinkner and Wyman attempted to explain how Olivia travels to and from "over there."
Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder told us that the show would eventually delve into the Salvatore brothers' sordid past — and they'll soon deliver.
"For someone to [promise a person an eternity of misery], they must have done something really horrible, something to warrant that kind of promise," Somerhalder says. "Those things are fun to find out," he teases.
Get ready for the fun! In the Oct. 15 episode, "Lost Girls," we'll see a Civil War-era Stefan, Damon and Katherine (played by Nina Dobrev, of course), and learn...
Lost, The Vampire Diaries, Heroes
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to email@example.com.
Any Lost scoop? — Ari
MICKEY: You can add Katey Sagal's name to the list of Lost alums who have jetted off to Hawaii to shoot scenes for the final season. Call me a romantic, but I never believed that Locke's beloved Helen was actually dead; that whole cemetery scene reeked of fakery. Plus, we've all heard the rumors about Season 6 employing an alternate timeline (or, more intriguing, a "do-over" of Oceanic Flight 815), which means that even if Matthew Abaddon was telling the truth, Helen is still just as likely to be alive as, say, Charlie, Boone, Shannon, Eko or Juliet.
Sylar crawled out of the ground on Monday's Heroes. Does that mean no more Nathan? — Justin
ADAM: That remains to be seen. But I will tell you this...
Kathy Najimy will play a police officer investigating an attack on Wisteria Lane on an upcoming episode of Desperate Housewives, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
You know Najimy from her breakout turn as Sister Mary Patrick in the nuns-who-sing comedy Sister Act and her co-starring run on the Kirstie Alley sitcom Veronica's Closet. More recently, she's guested on Numbers, Privileged, and Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva. She's also the voice of Peggy Hill on Mike Judge's animated show King of the Hill.
Desperate Housewives: Drea de Matteo on Wisteria Lane's new mystery
Executive producer Marc Cherry told EW's Michael Ausiello that Najimy's character and Teri Hatcher's Susan went to the same high school, where Susan stole her boyfriend.
Najimy's episode will air in October.
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