Leave it to The Vampire Diaries to feature a prom filled with betrayal, vampire bites and beyond-glamorous gowns.
When the show returns for its final five episodes of the season, the Mystic Falls gang is heading to what should be one of the most momentous occasions of the year. Between emotionless Elena (Nina Dobrev), Silas looming and dark-magic Bonnie (Kat Graham), it might be an unforgettable event, just not in the way they had hoped. For Caroline (Candice Accola) especially, prom just isn't the same without her boyfriend Tyler (Michael Trevino) by her side, but don't expect his absence to leave room for a Caroline-Klaus pairing at the dance.
Stephen Colbert delivered a meaningful, but humorous monologue about Monday's Boston Marathon bombings at the start of the Tuesday night edition of Colbert Report.
"Whoever did this obviously did not know sh-- about the people of Boston," he began. "'Cause nothing these terrorists do is gonna shake them. For Pete's sake, Boston was founded by the pilgrims, a people so tough they had to buckle their goddamn hats on!"
Fox has pulled a March episode of Family Guy after a mash-up of clips made the series look like it was portraying a bombing at the Boston Marathon.
In the clip, which has nearly 140,000 views on YouTube, a scene from the March 17 episode, "Turban Cowboy," depicts Peter Griffin accidentally blowing up a bridge while using a terrorist's cell phone. However, the clip places that scene directly after an unrelated one, in which Bob Costas asks Peter Griffin how he won the Boston Marathon.
Mark Burnett, Dioga Morgado, Roma Downey, Oprah Winfrey
History's The Bible drew record ratings when it premiered last month, but it also drew controversy after many viewers pointed out a physical resemblance of the character of Satan, played by Mohamen Mehdi Ouazanni, to President Barack Obama.
Roma Downey, who produced the miniseries with her husband...
Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic
Monday's Castle will once again invite out titular mystery writer to put his overactive imagination to work.
In our exclusive sneak peek at Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC) below, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) snoop around their latest crime scene only to find several odd clues. The oddest, of course, are the large animal-like footprints. For Castle, there is only one reasonable explanation: The murderer is Bigfoot! ...
Will Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) die? That was the burning question fans of The Borgias were left with when the pope took a sip of poisoned wine and fell to the floor in the final moments of Season 2. The answer to that question, however, won't be so black and white.
"This episode gave us the great opportunity to allow Alexander to be in a state suspended between death and life," creator and executive producer Neil Jordan says of the Season 3 opener. Adds writer Guy Burt: "That's how I wanted to start Season 3 ... with 'The pope is dying. The pope is dying. What do we do?'"
The Jimmy Kimmel Show
Parodies abound in this week's roundup of our favorite online videos. MTV offered a celebrity edition of Catfish, Funny or Die took some lighthearted jabs at House of Cards, and Girls became Bros. In Cute News, Jimmy Kimmel administered a "lie detector test" to a 6-year-old at his elementary school in Brooklyn, and a cat discovered the magic of mirrors. Check out those clips and more in Top Videos:
Lindsay Lohan and David Letterman
It's the question on everyone's minds: Isn't Lindsay Lohan supposed to be in rehab?
Instead, the troubled 26-year-old actress pops up on the Late Show with David Letterman Tuesday — her first appearance on the show since 2007 — and things go less than smoothly.
Lindsay Lohan's top scandals
After first chiding Letterman for not reading up on her latest updates in the tabloids, Lohan clarifies that...
Jane Fonda, Mary Williams and Oprah Winfrey
Jane Fonda says a cancer scare back in 2010 has helped her realize that she's not afraid of dying.
In 2010, Fonda had a small tumor removed, after which she was declared cancer-free. Fonda, who won Oscars for her performances in Klute and Coming Home, knows she's currently living her "third act."
TV Scorecard: Renewed or canceled?
"I think it's wonderful," she tells Oprah Winfrey on Sunday's Oprah's Next Chapter. "The fact that I made it and I'm all in one piece. You...
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon
HBO has debuted a trailer for Steven Soderbergh's long-in-development Liberace biopic, and it is as over-the-top as its subject. Michael Douglas stars as the flamboyant entertainer; Matt Damon plays his younger lover Scott Thorson. The hair, the costumes — everything is dripping is feathers and rhinestones! Be sure to keep an eye out for co-stars Rob Lowe and Dan Aykroyd looking just as groovy. Check out the trailer: