If you've had any doubts about "The Vampire Diaries" spin-off, "The Originals," which premieres on October 3, star Joseph Morgan is here to reassure you. In fact, if he does say so himself, his new CW drama is pretty fantastic:
Though we're sad to see the Mikaelsons leave Mystic Falls, we can't wait to see what sort of trouble they brew up down south in New Orleans.
If you've never met the colorful Sgt. Pepper, brace yourself. After no shortage of teases hyping the fifth season of "Glee," FOX is finally giving us a (somewhat) substantial look at the two-part premiere.
The 30-second clip is awash in all things Beatles—from the Fab Fours' mod suits to the technicolor costumes of the faux Lonely Hearts Club Band—offering a surprisingly upbeat look at what will surely be a trying season following the death of star Cory Monteith. His tribute episode will air October 10.
"We've been shooting it. It's horrible," Naya Rivera told MTV News of the heart-wrenching episode. "So many, so many [memories]. He was an amazing guy and I definitely miss him."
New Directions are poised to prove that all you need is love when they returns for the fifth-season premiere of "Glee" on September 26, busting out the Beatles' songbook for the first two episodes. And if you don't somehow get your fill of the Fab Four on Fox's song-and-dance series, you can always download the accompanying album, Glee Sings The Beatles, when it drops September 24.
Today, Columbia Records announced the tracklisting for the release, in addition to some details about its accompanying episodes.
The premiere, "Love, Love, Love," finds the glee club tasked with paying homage to the Brit band, while Klaine makes a decision about their future, and Rachel's New York ambitions "take an unexpected turn." The second episode, "Tina in the Sky With Diamonds," centers around Tina's quest for the prom queen title, and finds Rachel and Santana working in a Broadway diner for extra dough. (Literally singing for their supper?!)
Click past the jump for the full Glee Sings The Beatles tracklisting!
At least we'll have GIFs of naked Alexander Skarsgård to keep us warm (and titillated) at night!
HBO announced today that its fangtastic series "True Blood" will end after the upcoming seventh season.
"From the moment I read Charlaine’s books, I thought there was potential for something really special," creator Alan Ball said in a statement. "Then our amazing writers, cast and crew brought her world to life in a way that exceeded my wildest expectations. I’m deeply grateful to HBO for being true partners and collaborators, and, of course, to the viewers who chose to spend Sunday nights in Bon Temps with us."
Demi Lovato is full of "Glee"! The actress took to Twitter today to herald her second day on the set of FOX's song-and-dance series, and it sounds like she couldn't be having more fun.
Co-star Naya Rivera revealed to MTV News over the weekend at the VMAs that the "X Factor" judge would be playing her love interest!
With school back in session, it's no surprise TV's teachers are quickly being cast into the classroom.
The latest (via Entertainment Weekly): Rick Cosnett, who will join "The Vampire Diaries" as Dr. Wes Maxfield, a biology professor at Whitmore College. He will make "fast enemies" with new students Elena and Caroline, and they, in turn, will begin to suspect he's hiding something. (But, really, what character on "The Vampire Diaries" isn't hiding something?)
Rick's casting is just the latest bit of news pertaining to the BFF's entry into higher education. Earlier this summer, we talked to "TVD" executive producer Julie Plec, who spilled a few details about the upcoming semester, er, season.
Honestly, you guys, after all the sadness surrounding Cory Monteith's tragic death this summer, it's been just the littlest bit hard to get excited about the upcoming season of "Glee"—at least not without simultaneously getting really freakin' depressed, because honestly, how will it ever be the same? But if you thought (as did we!) that you'd never be squeal-with-delight thrilled about a return to McKinley High again, guess what: Darren Criss just proved you wrong. He proved us wrong. He proved us all wrong! And we couldn't be happier, because eeeeeeeeeeeeek, we'd almost forgotten about that significant-looking little box that Blaine was holding behind his back the last time we saw the glee club in action.
According to Darren (who was interviewed for a new featurette), those who've been rooting for a happily-ever-after for Blaine and Kurt might be in for a treat when "Glee" returns this fall.
FROM MTV NEWS: Dedicated Gleeks alread knew "X Factor" judge Demi Lovato had been cast in a guest arc during the upcomign season of the FOX song-and-dance series, but now co-star Naya Rivera is revealing just how close her character Santana will get to Demi's Dani.
"I mean, she's playing my love interest, so I'm very, very excited about that," Naya told MTV News on the red carpet at this weekend's Video Music Awards. "We get to sing a song together. It's gonna be good. I'm excited to work with her. We're bringing her to the dark side. Well, she comes in in a Beatles episode, so [we're singing] a Beatles song. I'm excited."
We're excited too, Naya!
For more about "Glee" and Naya's upcoming album, check in with MTV News!
Is this the new Mr. Fitz?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Pretty Little Liars" spin-off, "Ravenswood," has cast its obligatory adult figure, a teacher named Benjamin Price, who will be played by "Grey's Anatomy" actor Justin Bruening. (You may also recognize him from another ABC Family series "Switched at Birth.")
Benjamin is described in the report as having a "special affinity for his students, connecting with them as a teacher and a friend, and is patient, wise and generous." Whether "special affinity" translates into a clandestine relationship with one of his beloved pupils remains to be seen. Mr. Price is set to appear in the October 22 premiere.
Things got kind of dark during the second season of "Girls," but star Allison Williams promises that’s all going to change next season.
"I think it’s a very funny season. I think it’s pretty lighthearted, but also it’s just the third year in a row you get to see these girls, so I think people have gotten to know us pretty well by now and so you get to see different dimensions of all of us,” she explained to MTV News on the red carpet at the VMAs, where she looked quite fierce in her white dress.
Among the shakeups next season: Allison’s Marnie will have to say goodbye for good to her on-screen love, Charlie, now that Christopher Abbott is no longer on the show. And she promises that that break-up will lead to some good TV.