If you love the shenanigans of those Pretty Little Liars in Rosewood, get ready to be introduced to five, new characters from the nearby town of Ravenswood. ABC Family has announced a Pretty Little Liars spinoff by the name of Ravenswood. Look for the Pretty Little Liars' Halloween special to be used to launch the new soap!
Jacob (Nico Tortorella) was not having a good day, on this week’s The Following. Since smothering BFF/sometimes lover Paul (Adan Canto), the cultist’s first kill, Jacob’s gone a bit mental.
He kept having vivid hallucinations of Paul wearing just a towel, telling him to kill Emma (Valorie Curry), Paul wearing just a towel, a brutally murdered Emma, and Paul wearing just a towel. Did I mention Shirtless Paul was back, and wearing just a towel much of the time?
Inside Maniac Mansion, Jacob kept scoffing at Emma’s overtures to explain about abandoning him and Paul. Their leader, Joe (James Purefoy) encouraged them to make amends. By the episode’s end, Jacob appeared to ignore his hallucinatory dead boyfriend's instructions and followed Joe’s advice. He and Emma fell back into bed together. READ MORE
Great news for fans of Syfy's back-from-the-future series Continuum. The action drama starring Days of Our Lives grad Victor Webster and Rachel Nichols has been picked up for a 13-episode second season, according to TVLine.
During its first season, Continuum averaged 1.4 million total viewers, with 540K landing in the 18-49 demo (where it ranked No. 10 among all cable fare in its time slot).
On today's Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura and Melodie Aikels dish the latest episodes of primetime sudsers Dallas, Scandal and Pretty Little Liars. They also dive into Lil Wayne's sizzurp situation. Did TMZ get the story wrong?
Justin Timberlake is back in fine form with The 20/20 Experience; while James Franco and several Disney/ABC Family princesses get freaky in Spring Breakers. Oh, and Amanda Bynes wants Drake to "murder" her vagina.
All this and much more on today’s Pop Confidential podcast! READ MORE
Last week's explosion rocked the Ewing family on Dallas. In the aftermath, the scheming Texans must hunt to find out who is responsible for the tragedy.
In tonight's episode, entitled "Guilt & Innocence", Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) reaches out to Ken Richards, portrayed by The Six Million Dollar Man alum Lee Majors. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Majors previews the role.
“She calls on me to help her do a favor business-wise, and of course she does mention that she’s been wanting to call me, but it was always hard to pick up the phone,” Majors reveals. “It’s a little business and a little pleasure, just put it that way.”
Watch the trailer for Dallas' "Guilt & Innocence" after the jump! READ MORE
After a forever-long hiatus, Scandal was finally back! The Case of the Week involved Lisa Edelstein as a successful CEO, Sarah, who needed to bring in Olivia Pope & Associates when an old extramarital affair was discovered by the press. The man in question was Judge Randall, the Grant Administration's newly named Supreme Court Justice nomination.
Cyrus (Jeff Perry) turned into a pit bull, and promised to destroy Olivia (Kerry Washington) and her client if she didn’t back off. Ms. Pope would not be threatened, but she did seem to go soft on the Grant Administration. In the meantime, Cyrus ruined Sarah’s reputation by painting her as a sex-crazed stalker in the media. READ MORE