Phoebe Tonkin, Nathan Parsons
Will they give peace a chance? The CW's The Originals returns Tuesday, April 15 (8/7c) with steamy new werewolf Jackson — played by former Bunheads and General Hospital star Nathan Parsons — hoping to get the vampires and wolves to move past their decades-old beef and make nice. Or at the very least be frenemies. Parsons, who will also join the cast of HBO's True Blood in its final season, gave TV Guide Magazine the lowdown on his new supernatural life.
HBO is filling out its summer lineup. The cable network has announced June premiere dates for True Blood, as well as the debut of Damon Lindelof's new series The Leftovers.
Riley Smith is moving from Beverly Hills to Bon Temps.
The actor, who recurred as Riley Wallace on the final season of 90210, has joined the ...
Dancing with the Stars pro Anna Trebunskaya and her boyfriend, Nevin Millan, are new parents. The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, on Saturday, Us Weekly reports.
Bunheads star Nathan Parsons will join True Blood for its seventh season this summer, taking over the role of James from Luke Grimes, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Let the Clone Club rejoice!
Orphan Black returns for Season 2 on BBC America in April to continue the story of Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and her various clone siblings (also Maslany). "We are going to take some risks in our premise in the second season, and push [it], technically," co-creator Graeme Manson said Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews.
VIDEO: Watch the teaser trailer for Orphan Black Season 2
When we last left Sarah, she was...
Luke Grimes has exited True Blood before its final season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Brothers and Sisters alum, who will next co-star in Fifty Shades of Grey, joined the cast in Season 6 as...
Rogue's special touch won't be felt anytime soon.
Anna Paquin's appearance in X-Men: Days of Future Past has been cut from the final version of the film, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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How does Ryan Kwanten stay in shape for those revealing True Blood love scenes? On Esquire Network's The Getaway (Wednesdays at 9/8c), we get an inkling of his exercise regimen ...