Well, it's done. The Veto Ceremony has taken place inside the Big Brother house and it sounds like the eviction target has been pretty firmly set this week. But anything can happen over the course of this week, and let's not forget that the person evicted on Thursday could very well end up back in the house by night's end.
One of the characters that has been brought back is Hoyt, Jasonís former best pal and Jessicaís former lover. Actor Jim Parrack, who plays Hoyt, has only been back for a few weeks, but he recently dished about his love for trying blood in real life. I guess all of that vampy behavior on set really does have an affect on some people.
You know you're out of your time when someone says "I smell the vapors of hell on you," and someone else accuses you of being a witch. Claire Randall seems to be knee-deep in trouble and eager to get back to her own time period in the preview for Episode 3 of Outlander, titled "The Way Out".
At this point in Keanu Reevesí career, the longest stint heís had on a television series was on the animated spinoff of the cult classic Bill and Tedís Excellent Adventure. Now Reeves is set to play to the couch potato crowd for the hourlong dramatic thriller Rain, based on the hit series of espionage novels by author Barry Eisler.
Jay-Z and Beyoncť have been on the run for quite some time, after putting together a collaborative stadium tour. If you didnít have the massive cash flow necessary to land a seat at one of the power couplesí big tour dates, HBO has big plans to broadcast the concert, calling the footage the On The Run Tour: Beyoncť and Jay-Z.
NBC is setting everything on fire and starting development on a series adaptation of Taylor Hackfordís off the rails 1997 supernatural drama The Devilís Advocate. You know, the one where Al Pacino turns from a debonair smoothtalker into a raging devil incarnate. Okay, so thatís probably 40 percent of his cinematic output.
Revenge has been full of twists and turns across its first three seasons, but ABCís drama has planned yet another interesting arc for Season 4. This week the network announced that Yeardley Smith will be joining Revenge during the brand new season, and if you donít recognize the name, think spiky yellow hair and a shiny saxophone.
A little more than a week ahead of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards are handed out, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards have taken place, offering justified praise to outstanding work (mainly) behind the scenes.
Last week on The Strain, we witnessed the vampiric infection make itself known in the survivors of Flight 753. With Gabriel fully turned, and Joan on her way out, it looked as if The Master's plan was gaining steam. Tonight's episode had the most intense dispatching of a vampire that we've ever witnessed, and it wasn't even the beginning of the madness on display tonight.
What can possibly happen to Kevin next week? Will he finally read the National Geographic that had Cairo on the cover, perhaps stumbling upon a key to a lock to a hint of a ghost of a clue as to what is happening to him?
When Doctor Who returns later this month, fans will begin the process of getting to know the twelfth Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi. From what's being reported, a new Doctor isn't the only major change headed to the beloved sci-fi series. If you're averse to major spoilers about Doctor Who, you want to stop reading now!
Television shows like to celebrate certain milestones. It may be that network TV is a fragile medium, but every time a series hits 50, 100 and/or - if lucky - 200 episodes, shows like to do something special for the fans. Arrow is no different. The superhero serial is starting its third season this year, and that will include the airing of the 50th episode. We don't really know too much about what will happen plot-wise, but we do now have a title.
If things go down as they're shaping up to go down in the Big Brother house this week, Thursday night's live episode has the potential to be pretty epic. We have big spoilers about who was nominated, won the Battle of the Block and who won the Veto, thanks to more hours staring at the live feeds over the last few days than I'm comfortable admitting to.
Heiglís upcoming NBC drama State of Affairs isnít only suffering from a generic title, but itís also missing a showrunner, now that Third Watch creator Edward Bernero has walked away from the project.
MTVís Scream TV project has been really on the ball over the past several weeks, hiring a slew of young faces to play key roles. Although a good chunk of the showís casting news has been recent, on Friday it leaked that the lineup will actually be changing.