Nikita moves to Friday nights on The CW this fall, but that's not the only change in store for Season 2.
Although 'shippers will find that "Mikita" is the new reality going into the second season, romance is the last thing on Alex's mind. Over at Division, everything is settling into a new order after last season's upheaval: the always stylish Amanda is in charge, Percy is a little lonely, and Birkhoff has relocated.
How I Met Your Mother
Time has always been a major — if not the — component of How I Met Your Mother. But in Season 7, it will be about timing.
"That's one of the central questions this season," creator/executive producer Carter Bays tells TVGuide.com. "Love and romance to some degree is a game of musical chairs. At some point, the music stops and you're with someone. You don't know at the beginning of the game who you're going to end with. Hopefully it ends up being...
When Raising Hope returns for Season 2, fans will notice one big difference: baby Hope is on the move!
"What will we do now that baby Hope is running? I don't know," star Lucas Neff says in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video. "She's beyond walking, that's for sure. She's...
Ryan Murphy's got a plan for Glee this year. It includes a full-time writing staff and a focus on stories over artist tributes. He even knows how it all ends for the McKinley High School seniors (though not all of the kids in New Directions are seniors.)
"The season ends with the core group, with many of them graduating and figuring out what their futures are," Murphy told reporters Thursday after a screening of the Season 3 premiere. After acknowledging that he made the mistake of prematurely talking about which actors he thought about writing out after graduation — "I've learned my lesson! I'm never doing that again!" — Murphy said he's refocused.
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"I have my passion for it back," he said. "Things took a bit of a nasty turn and now I feel great about it again." No word on who is coming or going, you'll just have to wait and see where things end up in the finale. And that spin-off you heard about is still on the shelf — and if resurrected, it might not be what you thought (originally, it centered on Rachel and Kurt making a go of it in New York.) "I don't know what it would be and I don't know who would be on it," Murphy said.
But let's talk about this season already! Spoilers from the premiere and beyond... read at your own risk:
The Secret Circle
The witching hour began Thursday with the premiere of The CW's latest supernatural drama, The Secret Circle.
Based on a series of books from the author behind The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle stars Britt Robertson as Cassie, a teenage girl who moves from California to Washington only to learn...
H8R, Up All Night, Free Agents
Wednesday night brought three new shows to the fall lineup for you to love or hate ... or is it <3 or H8?
Host Mario Lopez kicked off the night with The CW's H8R, a show that allows celebrities to confront those who despise them most with the hopes of changing their minds. In the premiere, Jersey Shore's Snooki cooked an Italian dinner for one of her haters, while The Bachelor's Jake Pavelka attempted to sway one blonde to become a fan.
The Vampire Diaries' Stefan Salvatore is headed back down the ripper road, but this time will he be able to return from it?
"There will be a surprising thing that happens a few episodes in that will cause Stefan to turn the corner fully and really absorb himself in this darkness with absolutely no sense of conscience and no predisposed history of his prior empathy and his prior life as a 'good' so to speak," Paul Wesley tells TVGuide.com. "Damon, in comparison to what Stefan is morphing into, is a puppy."
The Secret Circle
Move over vampires: It's time for witches to shine.
Thursday marks the premiere of The Secret Circle, a fish-out-of-water tale about an orphaned girl who discovers she's part of a secret coven of young witches who are coming into their own and discovering their powers.
For those who haven't read the L.J. Smith novels the series is based on — and even if you have, the Kevin Williamson and Andrew Miller-produced CW show will be quite different — we asked the actors portraying the six witches of the coven about what's brewing with their characters. Let's meet the witches: