Thanks to the wonderfully talented and twisted minds behind "The Vampire Diaries," we're frequently left with more questions than answers after an all-new episode of The CW series. So when star Kat Graham stopped by the MTV Newsroom this week to talk about her new single "Wanna Say," we asked her for a little intel on one item near and dear to her heart. Namely, what is up with Bonnie's love life?
"I can barely keep up," Kat said. "I think right now, there's going to be a lot of stuff on the show that we've shot that are going to make her a little too busy to maybe be dating, but I think it's up there, and I think it's possible."
Of course, Bonnie isn't necessarily the type to get busy with a lot of boys—we've seen her with very few suitors over the course of the series' four-season run.
We already know actress Lea Michele as the star of one of our favorite Fox series ("Glee," obvi), but as it turns out, she's also an avid watcher of one of our favorite HBO series. Yep, Lea is a "Girls" girl.
And she doesn't enjoy the misadventures of Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna and Jessa with just anyone. (A girl after our own heart, indeed! Meow!)
With vampires and werewolves roaming the streets of New Orleans, it was only a matter of time before "The Originals" conjured UP a witch to complete the supernatural trifecta.
Deadline reports that the potential "Vampire Diaries" spin-off (being introduced through a back-door pilot episode airing April 25), has cast Daniella Pineda in the role of Sophie, "a witch whose magic has been silenced but not snuffed."
Daniella's graced the small screen a handful of times, with appearances in "Homeland" and "Men of a Certain Age."
The "Girls" of HBO have endured their fair share of awkward sexual encounters (Cabbage Patch lunchbox fantasies, anyone?), but perhaps the most cringe-worthy coitus came during Sunday's "Bad Friend," in which Marnie found herself beneath Booth Jonathan, describing the sassy porcelain doll positioned at the foot of his bed.
What exactly is the appeal of this "smidge of an artist," as Hannah put it? We went to the source for the answer: Marnie's alter-ego Allison Williams.
"It's a classic character, except it's written so specifically in this case," Allison explained. "He's just the kind of guy that you know better, for every reason, and yet you just can't avoid him. You just can't run away from him."
Disney Channel's "Boy Meets World" spin-off has cast its second girl! Just days after landing lead Rowan Blanchard, "Girl Meets World" is adding Sabrina Carpenter as Riley Matthews' rebellious BFF Maya Fox, according to a report from Entertainment Weekly.
The 13-year-old's credits include the TV series "Goodwin Games" and the upcoming Daniel Radcliffe-starring fantasy film "Horns." And much like co-star Rowan, Sabrina seems to have singing aspirations, as she's signed to Hollywood Records.
Aussie Rebel Wilson may be starring as host for this year's MTV Movie Awards, but that's not the only gig on her plate. The actress is also writing and starring in a pilot for ABC called "Super Fun Night," in which her character, along with two nerdy gal pals, tries to have an epic Friday night each week.
Rebel reunited with her "Pitch Perfect" star Adam DeVine on set today, joined by co-star Ashley Tisdale, and the trio couldn't have looked more excited to be working together. We, for one, couldn't be more excited to see the sure-to-be-hilarious results.
World, meet Girl. Entertainment Weekly reports that the Disney Channel series "Girl Meets World," a spin-off of the much-loved TGIF staple "Boy Meets World," has found its titular lead in 11-year-old Rowan Blanchard.
Producers launched a nationwide casting search late last year to find a young actress for the role of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga's (Danielle Fishel) precocious 13-year-old daughter Riley, from whose perspective the story will be told. Rowan has appeared in "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D" and "The Back-up Plan."
Allen Leech had quite the Sunday night. Not only did he and his "Downton Abbey" co-stars take home a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, but his character, Tom Branson, faced quite a devastating blow.
Hollywood Crush had the pleasure of catching up with him (Allen, not Tom, obvi), and he revealed that getting his doppelganger One Direction’s Niall Horan on the show is in the works for next season. (OK, probably not really, but a girl can dream!)
Warning this post has "Downton Abbey" spoilers if you haven't watched last night's episode! You’ve been warned!
If you've ever wanted to snuggle up on the couch with Damon Salvatore to enjoy a brand-new episode of "The Vampire Diaries," now is your chance! Kinda. The bloodsucker's real-life doppelganger, Ian Somerhalder, announced on Twitter today that he will be live-tweeting tonight's ep, "Catch Me If You Can."
And if you're more Team Stefan—don't fear! Paul Wesley also informed fans that he will be breaking his "self imposed twitter silence" to follow along with the all the happenings.
While Selena Gomez is embracing her inner bad girl in "Spring Breakers," she’s also ready to play a Disney darling one last time. The "Wizards of Waverly Place" reunion special now has an airdate.
The special, titled "The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex," will air on Disney on March 15, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It will focus on Selena's character, Alex, and her family's trip to Italy to visit their relatives. However, things go all kinds of bad when Alex conjures up a Good Alex and an Evil Alex. So, as the story goes, the evil one gets tricked by another wizard into a plan of world domination. And boom! Good Alex must save the day. So, you know just a typical day that ends up as a battle between good and evil on the Tower of Pisa!
(Listen, we’re going to go ahead and assume good wins out in the end. I mean, this is Disney.)