We're just one sleep away from the big season-five premiere of "The Vampire Diaries," and, well, it'll be a miracle if we get any shut-eye because we're just that excited. After all, there are big changes in store for our favorite Mystic Falls residents—or should we say, former residents? Elena and Caroline are kissing their town good-bye to give higher learning a go at Whitmore College, while those dastardly Originals are heading down to the Big Easy to reclaim their throne in New Orleans. (Better hire someone to update that population sign, council.)
Given all of this upheaval, what exactly, then, can we expect from the premiere episode? We posed that question to stars Kat Graham and Candice Accola recently, and they offered up a few interesting tidbits. We won't spoil the video above, but suffice it to say refrigerators, bangs and shirtless boys are involved. Just watch.
Somewhere in Austin, Texas, former pastor/DJ/current event-planning major Casey is crying into his brisket and baked beans. Because as we saw on last night's "Mindy Project" episode "Music Festival," the affianced couple just couldn't make it work.
But if we've learned anything from multiple guest appearances by Bill Hader and Mark Duplass, Dr. Lahiri's one-time loves are skilled at finding ways back into her life. So could we see Casey again?
"You know, Pastor Casey is finding himself," actor Anders Holm told MTV News while we visited the set of his other series "Workaholics." "I think there's a chance he might drift back into Mindy's life sometime in the future, but right now the guy is all over the place. He's a mess. You know, he's getting fatter. I don't know if you've noticed that. The guy is a wreck."
Lovatics will want to tune in to "Glee" this Thursday, as Demi Lovato makes her debut as a love interest for Naya Rivera's sassy Santana. And the singer/actress took to Twitter to ensure fans do just that.
"She's such a badass; I love her," Demi told MTV News of co-star Naya last month. "And I've been friends with a lot of the people from the cast beforehand, so I feel right at home."
Mindy Kaling is ready to be romanced by Timothy Olyphant on this season of “The Mindy Project.” And, really, who could blame her?
The “Justified” star is slated to play an upcoming love interest for Dr. Mindy Lahiri on the Fox sitcom, once her pastor beau, Casey, makes his exit. And, from the sound of it, Timothy will be bringing the funny to the sitcom. He’s slated to play a middle-aged skateboarder who woos the good doctor later this season.
We got all the details on his appearance from Mindy herself when we chatted with her earlier this month.
“Well, Tim is like so funny. He came up doing standup, so no one knows how funny he is ‘cause he plays essentially modern day cowboys in a lot of the stuff he does. Or, actual cowboys like in ‘Deadwood.’ But he’s in all these excellent dramas and he’s so good at them and gets awards for them,” she told MTV News. “But he’s also just like a super-funny dude. So we have him playing this part. He’s basically our take on a Tony Hawk-type skateboarder, like a middle-aged skateboarder, we decided was like a funny [role].”
If the first set of stills from the upcoming "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off "Ravenswood" are any indication, Caleb will spend plenty of time haunting the dead when the series debuts on October 22 on ABC Family.
To wit, here he is with ally Miranda (played by Nicole Gale Anderson), investigating a headstone in the cemetery. (We're guessing it's the same marker that bares Caleb's old-timey likeness, featured in the trailer released earlier this week.)
In the immortal words of the Beatles: Here comes the new season of "Glee"! FOX's song-and-dance series returns tonight, kicking off a two part-premiere dedicated to all things Fab Four.
While this season will have a decidedly different tone than previous ones, owing to the death of star Cory Monteith, the show will go on, honoring Finn (and his real-life alter ego) in a tribute episode airing October 10. And with season-four cliffhangers and cast changes aplenty, there's much to be resolved in the coming season.
To wit, here are our five burning questions ahead of the season-five premiere.
We doubt you need the reminder (courtesy of star Kevin McHale), but just in case: There's only one day until the fifth-season premiere of "Glee"!
The FOX series returns Thursday with a two-part season premiere featuring the biggest and best hits of the Beatles, so get those DVRs primed!
The annual "Pretty Little Liars" Halloween special has taken us on many a wild ride—whether via flashback or deadly locomotive—and this year's episode, "Grave New World," will be no different, as Aria, Spencer, Emily and Hanna descend upon nearby Ravenswood to find their maybe-not-dead friend Alison. And they're doing it in high style, evidenced by a slew of new stills recently released by ABC Family.
Draped in Victorian attire, the little liars crash the Ravenswood Founders Day Celebration after finding a clue in A's lair. But without knowing who their greatest nemesis truly is (Ezra!), they may end up leading him straight to the person he wants to find (and destroy?) most. (Though, we've got to admit, he does look quite dashing in a uniform...)
Long before Theo James signed on to play Four in the upcoming "Divergent" adaptation, the hot Brit just so happened to be a guest star on one of the greatest “Downton Abbey” episodes of all time. It was there he first got our pulses racing.
You might recall that during season one of the hit period drama (which just kicked off its fourth season in the U.K. last week), Theo played Mr. Pamuk, who died in the throes of passion while deflowering the one and only Lady Mary. It stands as one of the most memorable things that ever happened on a show where a lot of unforgettable stuff goes down.
Ahead of the new season’s premiere, we got the chance to chat with Theo about his time at Downton, where he made all the girls swoon, including us viewers at home. And, he managed to give us an amusing statement all these seasons later about the death seen around the world.
Much to the disappointment of "Girls" fans everywhere, Christopher Abbott made the decision back in April not to be a part of the third season of Lena Dunham's HBO series "Girls." And the actor has remained pretty tight-lipped about his departure from the series, until now.
Christopher, who played Marnie's on-again-off-again BF Charlie, dished about leaving the series to the New York Times while promoting his role in the play “The Hill Town Plays.”
“The world that Lena wrote was very real, especially in New York,” he explained. “But it wasn’t as relatable for me on a personal level. It’s not that I only like to play roles I know to a T, but there’s something satisfying about playing parts where you really relate to the characters.”