The CW has released key art for three of its new fall dramas, The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Reign.
The Vampire Diaries spinoff, The Originals, follows Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) to New Orleans. The three will clash with Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), who runs the town, and was once Klaus’ protégé before a falling out. It premieres Oct. 3 at 9 p.m. EST. READ MORE
Former One Tree Hill and 666 Park Avenue star Robert Buckley has a new gig. According to E! Online, Buckley will appear on The CW's Hart of Dixie as Peter, a man who might get a taste of Lemon's (Jaime King) meringue. Reportedly, Buckley is set to appear in one episode.
Buckley will play Peter, a sweet, ordinary guy who is just passing through Bluebell, and he has a chance encounter with Lemon (Jaime King). Last season, Lemon losing her queen bee status with the Belles caused some of her sass to disappear, so maybe Peter will bring back the season-one Lemon we all know and love. Nothing like a good, old-fashioned hookup to put the pep back in your step!
Multi-soap grad Wes Ramsey has landed a recurring role on the popular ABC Family mystery Pretty Little Liars. According to E! Online, Ramsey will play a laid back guidance counselor by the name of Jesse.
Ramsey will be a recurring guest star throughout the winter season. And in a rare Pretty Little Liars twist, so far the character is not a love interest for any of the girls—not even older guy-loving Aria (Lucy Hale)! An attractive Rosewood citizen who won't have flirtations with our fabulous foursome? Color us intrigued!
The Good Wife has shocked fans with memorable episodes, but could the most shocking episode still be on its way? The Good Wife's Graham Phillips, who portrays Zack Florrick, tweeted his reaction to episode five of the CBS legal drama's upcoming fifth season by comparing it to Game of Thrones' infamous Red Wedding.
He later clarified he wasn't referring to the wedding's high death count.
Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots is keeping a smile on Oprah's face. The former talk show queen's cable network OWN announced it has ordered four more episodes of the cable drama. The order brings The Haves and Have Nots' first season episode count to 36.
OWN also announced it is ordering 26 additional episodes of Tyler Perry's Love Thy Neighbor.
Watch a clip of John Schneider's Jim Cryer confronting Tika Sumpter's Candace about a pregnancy test from "My Name is Veronica" after the jump! READ MORE