Spoiler alert: The Dec. 2 episode of Sons of Anarchy found Juice (Theo Rossi) caught between the Triads and Tully (Marilyn Manson). Was the #SaveJuice movement successful yet again? Rossi talks Juice’s fate, that emotional scene with Jax in the previous episode, and his preferred choice of pie for future reference. READ FULL STORY
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Spoiler alert: The Dec. 2 episode of Sons of Anarchy brought the moment fans have been waiting for—the answer to how Jax (Charlie Hunnam) would deal with Gemma (Katey Sagal) after learning she killed Tara and set the show’s most violent season in motion. Sagal phoned EW to talk about Gemma’s fate. READ FULL STORY
Katherine Pierce was a Petrova—and that meant she was a fighter. So when she died in season 5 of The Vampire Diaries, fans were both shocked and saddened by the loss of the “cute” doppelgänger. After five seasons of Katherine’s smirk, how were viewers supposed to say goodbye?
To add fuel to the fire, Katherine’s send-off involved one of the show’s greatest mysteries. She wasn’t allowed to go to the Other Side, but instead, was dragged out of a church…to where? Fans still debate the answer—and for that, her death has landed a spot on EW.com’s Best of 2014 list.
In honor of the woman who stole as many hearts as she ripped out, we asked executive producer Julie Plec to write Katherine Pierce the fauxbituary she deserves. Click here for more stories behind the year’s top TV moments.
In anticipation of the short Downton Abbey film debuting later this year, a short clip reveals the latest high-profile guest to be stopping by to visit the Crawley family—Lord George Clooney.
Sons of Anarchy fans will be seeing even more of Juice (Theo Rossi), Tig (Kim Coates), and Unser (Dayton Callie) during commercial breaks on FX and Fox Cable Networks.
The actors don their costumes for a new PSA on behalf of the Boot Campaign, a national nonprofit that encourages Americans to purchase and lace up a pair of signature military combat boots as a sign of support for those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. Fulfilling the Boot Campaign’s motto, “When They Come Back, We Give Back,” retail sales along with donations and corporate sponsorships fund six initiatives for military personnel past and present—including career transition, housing, education, wellness, urgent assistance, and family support.
Check out our first look at the 60-second spot, which features a nice touch of Tig humor, below. READ FULL STORY
UPDATE 7:15PM: Since certain aspects of the auction are still being sorted out, we have removed links to the site that will be hosting it.
Sons of Anarchy fans have watched a street war unfold in the FX drama’s final season, but soon, they’ll be talking about a bidding war.
An auction site is expected to host the sale of 750 props, wardrobe pieces, and memorabilia from the set. (No, the Reaper table isn’t among them. Yes, Bobby’s eye, the carving fork that killed Tara, Kyle Hobart’s melted back tattoo, and a Chucky’s chili severed head are.) The launch of the auction is still being determined.
Additional items will be added from the final episode once it airs, but here are some of the prize pieces already confirmed to be on the block: READ FULL STORY
It’s all in how the food tastes for ABC’s The Taste, but that no longer holds true just for the show’s blind auditions. Chefs will now have to fight for their lives on the show while only relying on the quality of their food.
Frank Underwood continued his ascent to power on season two of House of Cards, and now Netflix has announced when viewers can again watch the most powerful man in America exert his unique brand of influence.
Sunday night’s The Walking Dead mid-season finale will be the last episode until the show’s fifth season returns in 2015. But AMC offered a peek at what’s to come for the show’s survivors—and it isn’t pretty.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what is? According to Syfy, it’s a bazillion dollars.
Fans won’t have to wait too long into 2015 to discover what’s happened to the balance of power at Pearson Specter.
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